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Oregon State University Joins Network The Oregon State Ichthyology Collection houses one of the world's most important collections of fishes from the Pacific Northwest and North Pacific, as well as smaller series of holdings from Guyana, India, Peru, Panama, Thailand, Iran, the Virgin Islands and other localities around the globe.The initial upload of 13,500 lots represents 1526 species, 265 families and 107 secondary types, and includes approximately 9500 lots from from Oregon and 4000 from beyond.
Collaborative Georeferencing Project Funded A Fish Net collaborative georeferencing and data enhancement project titled "Georeferencing U. Fish Collections: a community-based model to georeferencing natural history collections" has been funded by the United States National Science Foundation.
The following twelve collaborating institutions will work to expand and improve data quality within the Fish Net network: Academy of Natural Sciences Philadelphia, California Academy of Sciences, Cornell University, Field Museum, Los Angeles County Museum, Tulane University, University of Florida, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, University of Kansas, University of Michigan Ann Arbor, University of New Mexico, University of Texas at Austin.
All specimens and tissues are databased online and available for loan.
California Academy of Sciences Joins Network The Section of Ichthyology at the California Academy of Sciences (CAS) houses one of the largest and most important research collections of its kind.
Fish Net email announcement sent Fish Net partners and potential partners were notified by email on 1/26/10 of improvements to the Fish Net2 portal and were presented with data sharing and data use agreements.