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Finding Aids to Official Records of the Smithsonian Institution Archives

Accession 15-155

Smithsonian Institution

Website Records, 2013-2014

Repository: Smithsonian Institution Archives, Washington, D.C. Contact us at osiaref@si.edu.
Creator: Smithsonian Institution
Title: Website Records
Dates: 2013-2014
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Collection: Accession 15-155
Language of Materials: English
Summary:

This accession consists of the "eMammal" blog as is existed on December 24, 2014. eMammal is a project that allows citizen scientists to work in collaboration with researchers at the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute, North Carolina State University, and the National Museum of Natural History to document mammals throughout the mid-Atlantic region by placing camera traps across the landscape in parks and other natural areas to collect photos of mammals. The blog, which also serves as the project's website, provides information about the project, volunteer opportunities, and research based upon the project. The blog launched in November 2013. Materials are in electronic format.

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This accession consists of the "eMammal" blog as is existed on December 24, 2014. eMammal is a project that allows citizen scientists to work in collaboration with researchers at the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute, North Carolina State University, and the National Museum of Natural History to document mammals throughout the mid-Atlantic region by placing camera traps across the landscape in parks and other natural areas to collect photos of mammals. The blog, which also serves as the project's website, provides information about the project, volunteer opportunities, and research based upon the project. The blog launched in November 2013. Materials are in electronic format.

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Smithsonian Institution Archives, Accession 15-155, Smithsonian Institution, Website Records

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Electronic Records

"eMammal" blog, 2013-2014, crawled December 24, 2014

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