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Centuries-old plant collection now online - a treasure trove for researchers
by Susan Phillips
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2 September 2018
On 2 September 2018 NPR (National Public Radio) reported:
There's a new effort underway make hundreds of thousands of dried and preserved plants collected along the East Coast available through a digital database. . . . Funded by the National Science Foundation, the Mid-Atlantic Megalopolis Project will put about 800,000 records from about a dozen herbaria online via high-resolution photos of plant specimens that span the urbanized corridor from New York City to Washington, D.C.
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