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HBOI Marine Biomedical and Biotechnology Reference Collection (MBRC)

最新版本 發佈 2021年12月15日
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The HBOI Marine Biomedical and Biotechnology Reference Collection (MBRC) has archived over 35,000 marine and freshwater specimens from all over the world. The collections began in 1984, were made to depths of 900 m by a multitude of methods, and include almost every marine invertebrate and algal phylum, as well as geological specimens. Users can access taxonomic, habitat, and location data as well as images and videos for thousands of specimens.
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DwC-A資料集 下載 26,546 紀錄 在 English 中 (2 MB) - 更新頻率: 有可能更新,但不確知何時
元數據EML檔 下載 在 English 中 (17 kB)
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如何引用

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Resource Citation: HBOI Marine Biomedical and Biotechnology Reference Collection (2021), Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute at Florida Atlantic University Version, MBRC Data Set.

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This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Non Commercial (CC-BY-NC) 4.0 License.

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關鍵字

Occurrence; Specimen

聯絡資訊

資源建立者:

John Reed
Faculty Member
HBOI-FAU
5600 N US Highway 1
34946 Fort Pierce
FL
US
Shirley Pomponi
Principal Investigator
FAU Harbor Branch
5600 N US Highway 1
34946 Fort Pierce
FL
US
Amy Wright
Principal Investigator
HBOI-FAU
5600 N US Highway 1
34946 Fort Pierce
FL
US
M. Dennis Hanisak
Research Professor
HBOI-FAU
5600 N US Highway 1
34946 Fort Pierce
FL
US
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Bryan Botson
Data Analyst
FAU Harbor Branch
5600 N US Highway 1
34946 Fort Pierce
FL
US
Brian Cousin
Coor. Educ/Media Communication
HBOI-FAU
5600 N US Highway 1
34946 Fort Pierce
FL
US
Jennifer Sandle
Chemical Scientist
HBOI-FAU
HBOI-FAU
FL
US
Stephanie Farrington
Biological Scientist
HBOI-FAU

可回覆此資源相關問題者:

M. Dennis Hanisak
Research Professor
HBOI-FAU
5600 N US Highway 1
34946 Fort Pierce
FL
US
Nicole Seiden
HBOI Collections Manager
HBOI-FAU
5600 N US Highway 1
34946 Fort Pierce
FL
US
Bryan Botson
Data Analyst
FAU Harbor Branch
5600 N US Highway 1
34946 Fort Pierce
FL
US

元數據填寫者:

M. Dennis Hanisak
Research Professor
HBOI-FAU
5600 N US Highway 1
34946 Fort Pierce
FL
US
Bryan Botson
Data Analyst
HBOI-FAU
5600 N US Highway 1
34946 Fort Pierce
FL
US

地理涵蓋範圍

MBRC specimens have been collected from throughout the world, including the Caribbean, Bahamas, Gulf of Mexico, southeastern U.S., Pacific Ocean (Galapagos, Cocos Island, Pearl Islands), and eastern Atlantic (Canary Islands, Madeira, Salvage Islands), at depths from intertidal to 914 m.

界定座標範圍 緯度南界 經度西界 [-90, -180], 緯度北界 經度東界 [90, 180]

分類群涵蓋範圍

無相關描述

時間涵蓋範圍

起始日期 1984-01-01

計畫資料

The HBOI Marine Biomedical and Biotechnology Reference Collection (MBRC) has archived over 35,000 marine and freshwater specimens from all over the world. The collections began in 1984, were made to depths of 900 m by a multitude of methods, and include almost every marine invertebrate and algal phyla, as well as geological specimens. Users can access taxonomic, habitat, and location data as well as images and videos for thousands of specimens.

計畫名稱 HBOI Marine Biomedical and Biotechnology Reference Collection
辨識碼 HBOI-MBRC
經費來源 CSBR: Natural History: Augmentation of the HBOI Marine Biotechnology Reference Collection to Enhance Accessibility and Use by a Broader Scientific (National Science Foundation Award #1756187)
研究區域描述 MBRC specimens have been collected from throughout the world, including the Caribbean, Bahamas, Gulf of Mexico, southeastern U.S., Pacific Ocean (Galapagos, Cocos Island, Pearl Islands), and eastern Atlantic (Canary Islands, Madeira, Salvage Islands), at depths from intertidal to 914 m.
研究設計描述 MBRC specimens were collected on various expeditions with submersibles, scuba, and snorkeling. Habitats sampled varied from deep-water hard bottom, to deep-coral reefs, to shallow reefs and hard bottom, to mangrove swamps, marshes, pier pilings, and oil rigs. All specimens were collected with informed consent of the host country and with required permits. Documentation of MBRC specimens includes in situ videotapes, in situ photographs, laboratory or “deck” photographs, taxonomic voucher specimens, and notes on habitat and the specimen. Each specimen was assigned a unique number.

參與計畫的人員:

作者
John Reed
研究主持人
Shirley Pomponi
作者
Amy Wright
作者
M. Dennis Hanisak
程式設計師
Bryan Botson

取樣方法

Documentation of MBRC specimens includes in situ videotapes, in situ photographs, laboratory or “deck” photographs, taxonomic voucher specimens, and notes on habitat and the specimen. Original photographs were 35-mm images taken of the specimen in situ and in the wet lab (with a ruler for scale and unique specimen ID label). All photos have been digitized with a Nikon LS-2000 scanner, stored on the HBOI server, and linked to the collection database. The in situ videotapes and photographs document the benthic habitats and specimens collected and have resulted in an irreplaceable and invaluable source of data.

研究範圍 MBRC specimens have been collected from throughout the world, including the Caribbean, Bahamas, Gulf of Mexico, southeastern U.S., Pacific Ocean (Galapagos, Cocos Island, Pearl Islands), and eastern Atlantic (Canary Islands, Madeira, Salvage Islands), at depths from intertidal to 914 m.
品質控管 All data and images were reviewed by senior staff. Most staff inputted data into and worked with copies of the database, with Co-PI John Reed the primary person for the database and its security.

方法步驟描述:

  1. MBRC data are in an MS Access database of metadata for each dive site and specimen collected. The dive site data include fields for date, dive number, latitude, longitude, depth, habitat descriptions, bottom physical parameters, and site notes. The specimen tables have detailed data including collection depth, specimen morphology, color, other physical factors, abundance, associations, and benthic physical factors, as well as metadata for in situ photographs, videotapes, and specimen preservation. A third table contains the taxonomic identification of each specimen, any subsequent revisions of taxonomy, deposition and accession numbers in other archival institutions, and publications and new species data. An MS Access macro can quickly provide the complete data set for any specimen, which includes a direct link to the in situ or deck/lab photo of the specimen.

收藏資料

蒐藏名稱 HBOI Marine Biomedical and Biotechnology Reference Collection
標本保存方法 Alcohol

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