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  • New in Botany

    Smithsonian Plant Collections, Guiana Shield: 1985–2014, Biological Diversity of the Guiana Shield Collections
    Smithsonian Plant Collections, Guiana Shield: 1985–2014, Biological Diversity of the Guiana Shield Collections
    Carol L. Kelloff, Vicki A. Funk, Sara N. Alexander (Author)

    Smithsonian Plant Collections from the Guiana Shield in South America are updated in this work, listing hundreds of specimens by a multitude of collectors during 1985-2014.

  • Artefacts 12!

    Behind the Exhibit: Displaying Science and Technology at World's Fairs and Museums in the Twentieth Century
    Behind the Exhibit: Displaying Science and Technology at World's Fairs and Museums in the Twentieth Century
    Elena Canadelli, Marco Beretta, Laura Ronzon (Volume editor); Nobumichi Ariga, Francesco Barreca, Marco Beretta, Andrée Bergeron, Charlotte Bigg, Elena Canadelli, Bernard Finn, Robert D. Friedel, Claudio Giorgione, Tina Kubot, Cathleen Lewis, Allan A. Needell, Pedro M. P. Raposo, Laura Ronzon, Arne Schirrmacher, Jaume Valentines-Álvarez (Chapter/Paper Author)

    Museum displays as education, entertainment, and preservers of artifacts: Learn the history behind how science exhibits around the world developed from the time of England's Crystal Palace to the late 20th century.

  • Ancient Rodents

    Rodents (Mammalia) from Fitterer Ranch, Brule Formation (Oligocene), North Dakota
    Rodents (Mammalia) from Fitterer Ranch, Brule Formation (Oligocene), North Dakota
    William W. Korth, Robert J. Emry, Clint A. Boyd, Jeff J. Person (Author)

    What do you discover when you collect over 1,000 rodent specimens from a fossil site in North Dakota? You discover that there are four, previously undocumented species of rodents there, and gain insight into the age of the area in which they were excavated. Read our newest publication, Rodents (Mammalia) from Fitterer Ranch, Brule Formation (Oligocene), North Dakota, to learn more about these paleobiologists' fascinating findings. 

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