The Biology Department maintains the Angelo State Natural History Collections, which contains nearly 150,000 specimens of all types of living organisms. The collections are preserved, documented and curated assemblages that are important to a wide array of human activities. The collections are essential to the management of natural resources because they document the diversity and … Continue reading We’d like to Welcome Angelo State Natural History Collections into Arctos!
Ohio Wesleyan's Brant Museum of Zoology houses teaching collections of mammals, birds and their eggs and nests, insects, mollusks, and corals, with smaller collections of other taxa. This natural history museum features more than 400 mounted birds, including a golden eagle. It draws researchers from across the country, but its collections are used primarily for … Continue reading We’d like to Welcome the Ohio Wesleyan’s Brant Museum of Zoology into Arctos!
The Arkansas State University Museum of Zoology (ASUMZ) is an active group of research and teaching collections that joined with the herbarium in 2016 to unify as the Arkansas Center for Biodiversity Collections (ACBC) within the Department of Biological Sciences at Arkansas State University. 1. Feather mite. 2. From the Dirty Jobs visit with Mike … Continue reading We’d like to Welcome the Arkansas Center for Biodiversity Collections into Arctos!
Arctos will be down for a full day on Tuesday, January 8, 2019 for power upgrades at the TACC data center. We apologize for the inconvenience.
We are experience issues with the Arctos server, and are working to get the system back online as soon as possible. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Arctos welcomes the mammal and bird collections from the Philip L. Wright Zoological Museum, University of Montana! Search their data.
Arctos welcomes the earth science collection from the Alabama Museum of Natural History! Search their data.
The April 2018 Arctos newsletter covers new updates such as exploring ways to make Arctos a non-profit entity, new collection spotlight, and project updates from the Arctos Working Sub-Groups. To view the newsletter, click here. To get onto the mailing list for the Arctos newsletter and other Arctos news, join the Arctos User Group: … Continue reading Arctos Happenings April 2018
The Arctos Working Group in collaboration with the Arctos Steering Committee will be putting out a quarterly Arctos newsletter. To view the January 2018 newsletter, click here. Make sure to join the Arctos google group (firstname.lastname@example.org) to receive quarterly Arctos newsletters, Arctos outage and update notices, webinar announcements, and more delivered directly to your inbox! … Continue reading Arctos Newsletter for January 2018
Title: Data Entry and Bulkloading Date: January 9, 2018 Time: 3:00pm ET Abstract: Arctos is both a community and a collection management information system. It provides fundamental research infrastructure for biodiversity data, and is intended for curators, collection managers, investigators, educators, and anyone interested in natural and cultural history. Over 3 million records are publicly available … Continue reading Arctos Webinar Series: Data Entry and Bulkloading