Media are grouped by projects created by users. Projects tend to contain media tied together by a theme. A project might represent the dataset for a single peer-reviewed paper, the results of a collections digitization project, or data for a digital lesson plan.
Projects can be used to share media ownership and access between project members, and projects can also be used to publish assortments of media and specimens for access and discovery by the public. If you want to share media ownership and access with multiple users across multiple projects, consider creating a user team. Projects can be managed by teams, and users with access to that team also gain access to any projects managed by that team.
|Display all details of Cryobatrachus and lydekkerinids from Antarctica||CT scan dataset (16-bit TIFF files) for AMNH FARB 9503 (holotype of Cryobatrachus kitchingi). This dataset is associated with a manuscript slated for submission in June 2021.||Gee, Bryan||1||1|
|Display all details of Scans of Carolina Biological Supply Specimens||This project contains scans of specimens purchased from Carolina Biological Supply.||3D Anatomy Studios||3D Anatomy Studios||14||1|
|Display all details of NMHM Civil War Trauma||Models of specimens from the American Civil War from Surface laser scans, CT and mCT scans.||National Museum of Health and Medicine||40||28|
|Display all details of Integrating phylogenetics, morphology, and osteology to delimit a new species of endemic montane sheep frog (Microhylidae: Hypopachus) from the Lenca Highlands of Honduras||Scans relating to the description of Hypopachus guancasco (Firneno, Itgen, Jacobs, Mcdaniels, Luque-Montes, Wilson, and Townsend, 2021)||Josiah H. Townsend||4||4|
|Display all details of NMHM Paleopathology||Digital repository of paleopathological specimens from the National Museum of Health and Medicine||National Museum of Health and Medicine||43||29|
|Display all details of Protoceras celer skulls||Robson, Selina||5||4|
|Display all details of Gravibone: Rhinoceros long bones||This project regroups the 3D scans of rhinoceros long bones involved in the thesis of C. Mallet untilted "Long bone morphological adaptation to graviportality in Rhinocerotoidea", funded by the ERC Gravibone carried by A. Houssaye (UMR 7179 MECADEV - CNRS, MNHN). Related publications: Mallet C, Cornette R, Billet G, Houssaye A. 2019. Interspecific variation in the limb long bones among modern rhinoceroses—extent and drivers. PeerJ 7:e7647 https://doi.org/10.7717/peerj.7647 Mallet, C, Billet, G, Houssaye, A, Cornette, R. A first glimpse at the influence of body mass in the morphological integration of the limb long bones: an investigation in modern rhinoceroses. J. Anat. 2020; 237: 704– 726. https://doi.org/10.1111/joa.13232||Christophe Mallet||142||28|
|Display all details of Yale Peabody Museum Vertebrate Zoology||All specimens from YPM-VZ (oVert and otherwise)||970||585|
|Display all details of Nyssa nanningensis||A new species Nyssa nanningensis is described based on fruit endocarps from the upper Oligocene Yongning Formation of the Nanning Basin, South China. Endocarp woody, with the widest point above the midline, dorsally flattened, unilocular. Broadly sub-triangular germination valve with rounded lateral edges. Locule roughly W-shaped in transverse section.||6||1|
|Display all details of NMHM Comparative Non-Human||Specimens of non-human skeletal remains with and without pathology||National Museum of Health and Medicine||2||2|