Digital collection of Alberta flora launched at University of Calgary | UToday | University of Calgary

Amyluv's bookmarks 2017-11-28


"Understanding global change in living systems requires knowledge of baseline biodiversity. Thanks to a collaborative project between the University of Calgary’s herbarium and Libraries and Cultural Resources (LCR), a new digital resource collection of every species in the flora of Alberta is now available to researchers and naturalists across the globe. The herbarium, located in the Biological Sciences building, has provided indispensable botanical resources for teaching, research and industry for more than 40 years. With an extensive collection of land plants from Alberta and around the world, the herbarium is dedicated to the collection, preservation and documentation of past and present plant biodiversity."


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Tags: oa.images oa.digitization oa.canada oa.biodiversity oa.preservation oa.open_science oa.biology oa.ecology

Date tagged:

11/28/2017, 13:11

Date published:

11/28/2017, 08:52