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KATHOLIEKE UNIVERSITEIT LEUVEN
Searchable research database with an overview of research projects, research teams and expertises provided by the University of Leuven.
KUPRI Digital Morphology Museum
The KUPRI Digital Morphology Museum provides an environment in which you can readily examine skeletal anatomy using the Primate Research Institute's collection of CT and MRI tomography scans. The goal of this site is to enable you to view the scans of non-human primates and mammals and to download scan data from our database for your original research.
LATEGLACIAL.ORG
Lateglacial.org is an interactive, open-access online data repository and geographic research tool for the Late Glacial period of northern Europe. The database currently contains information on those localities that have yielded remains from the Late Glacial period, and is centred on Denmark.
MAMMAL NETWORKED INFORMATION SYSTEM (MaNIS)
With support from the National Science Foundation, seventeen North American institutions and their collaborators developed the Mammal Networked Information System. The original objectives of MaNIS were to 1) facilitate open access to combined specimen data from a web browser, 2) enhance the value of specimen collections, 3) conserve curatorial resources, and 4) use a design paradigm that can be easily adopted by other disciplines with similar needs.
NATIONAL ARCHAEOLOGICAL DATABASE (NADB)
The National Archaeological Database is a computerised communications network for the archaeological and historic preservation community. It was established to improve access to information on archaeological activities nationwide. This internationally recognised resource is maintained through a cooperative agreement between NPS and the Center for Advanced Spatial Technologies (CAST) at the University of Arkansas.
NATIONAL EVOLUTIONARY SYNTHESIS CENTER (NESCent)
The National Evolutionary Synthesis Center (NESCent) is a nonprofit science centre dedicated to cross-disciplinary research in evolution. NESCent promotes the synthesis of information, concepts and knowledge to address significant, emerging, or novel questions in evolutionary science and its applications.
NEOGENE OLD WORLD MAMMALS (NOW)
The NOW (New and Old Worlds) fossil mammal database contains information mainly about Eurasian Miocene to Pleistocene land mammal taxa and localities. The emphasis of the database has been on the European Miocene and Pliocene but African localities are currently being added and updated, and North American localities will also be visible to the public in 2014. The temporal scale is also currently becoming wider, with both Pleistocene and Paleogene localities being added into the database.
OXFORD UNIVERSITY MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY
Searchable databases are now available for all geological time periods. Together, these give details of all catalogued material in the geological collections, a total of nearly 200,000 specimens. There is also a separate database of type, figured and cited specimens.
THE PALEOBIOLOGY DATABASE
The Paleobiology Database seeks to provide researchers and the public with information about the entire fossil record. It has expanded continuously since 2000 thanks to the efforts of 304 paleontologists from around the world.
PALEOPORTAL - THE PALEONTOLOGY PORTAL
Allows searches of multiple museum specimen databases through a single entry point, plus many other features, including a fossil gallery and a map situating famous flora and fauna localities.
PRIMATE MORPHOLOGY ONLINE DATABASE (PRIMO)
The database includes collection data on each of nearly 5000 included individuals, such as institution and collection number, geographic data on collection locality (country, province and usually latitude & longitude), sex and mass when known. Datatypes include scalar (linear) caliper measurements taken by Delson and his students and colleagues (as well as selected data transcribed from the published literature) on dentition, skull and postcranial elements; 3D data from Microscribe digitizers and laser scanners on crania, mandibles and postcrania. Digital imagery is planned for future inclusion. The majority of the data are derived from extant and fossil cercopithecids, with smaller samples of extant hominoids, with fossils to come.
REVEALING HUMAN ORIGINS INITIATIVE (RHOI)SPECIMEN DATABASE
The RHOI is a collaboration of paleoanthropological and related projects studying Late Miocene (and Pliocene) hominins and other faunas in context. The database includes individual specimens collected by member projects and can be searched by taxonomic, geological, project or collection keywords. Most specimens include digital imagery, along with information on age, geology, collection and taxonomy.
SMITHSONIAN NATIONAL MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY
The Turkana Database contains 13,548 published records of fossil vertebrate remains from the Turkana Basin in northern Kenya. This exceptional collection of fossils representing diverse extinct animals of northern Kenya is housed at the National Museums of Kenya (specimens collected mainly between 1963 and 2004).
STAGE THREE PROJECT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE
The Stage Three Project was born at the Institute for Quaternary Research at Cambridge University. It was designed to assess from the current state of our knowledge of the mild middle part of last glacial period whether its climate might have played a role in the extinction of the Neanderthals. The Stage Three Project's two databases, one faunal and the other archaeological, were conceived to be complementary, and indeed were constructed using many of the same sources. Only European archaeological and faunal assemblages which carry absolute determinations (radiocarbon, thermoluminescence, uranium-series, electron-spin resonance, etc.) have been included in the databases.
STONEWATCH
The "StoneWatch-ARAD-Academy e.V." society for the coverage of early prehistoric rock paintings is an association registered in Germany which was founded from a few foresighted, scientific and humanistic thinking people. The database covers cave art from all over the world.
TEPHRABASE
Tephrabase is a database of tephra layers found in Iceland, north-west and northern Europe, Russia and central Mexico. Details on the location, name, age and geochemistry of tephra layers are stored in the database, as well as information about relevant volcanoes and volcanic systems. A comprehensive reference database is also included. A new Laacher See supplementary data collection has been added.
The African Rock Art Digital Archive
The African Rock Art Digital Archive is the largest rock art digital archive in the world. This website brings together the collections of more than 30 institutions and individuals, giving you access to more than 200,000 digital images.
The Lithic Share Project
The project provides a platform that allows the sharing of lithics & associated prehistoric artefacts from around the world. And in doing so, create an unprecedented & comprehensive resource to aid study in this field.
WILSON AND REEDER'S MAMMALS SPECIES OF THE WORLD
Mammal Species of the World is a database of mammalian taxonomy, based upon the 2005 book Mammal Species of the World. A Taxonomic and Geographic Reference (3rd ed) by Don E. Wilson & DeeAnn M. Reeder (eds.). This database can be used as a convenient on-line reference for identifying or verifying recognized scientific names and for taxonomic research. The names are organized in a hierarchy that includes Order, Suborder, Family, Subfamily, Genus, Species and Subspecies.