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Digitaliseringsprojekter

DanBIF har været involveret i en række digitaliseringsprojekter:

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Seidenfaden Orchid Database

DanBIF has structured the data input in the registration of all material from the orchid specialist Gunnar Seidenfaden at the Botanical Museum, Natural History Museum of Denmark. A student has been trained by DanBIF to scan drawings and slides of the specimens.

21.000

Galathea II, Danish Deep Sea Expedition 1950-52

DanBIF has digitised the specimens recorded and described in the Galathea Reports 1-20. With assistance from DanBIF, the articles in Galathea Reports relevant to this has been scanned and transformed into pdf files available online.

1.825
  

P. W. Lund collection in the National History Museum of Denmark, Copenhagen

 

DanBIF initiated registration and illustration of a part of the rich P. V. Lund material from Lagoa Santa in Brazil.

88
 
Danish waterbugs in the collections of the Zoological Museum, Natural History Museum of Denmark DanBIF has contributed with a volunteer who has digitised the specimens. 17.596
Danish Coleopteran Catalogue DanBIF has built database structures for digitising the information previous on paper and has contributed with a volunteer who, together with a volunteer from the Coleopteran community, digitised the records. 24.000
Danish Spider Catalogue

DanBIF financed a workshop with Danish arachnologists to discuss and plan how to build a joint database platform for spider registrations.

20.000
Birds fallen at Danish Lighthouses 1883 through 1939 The light from lighthouses traps birds that get killed and it has been a long tradition in Denmark to report such dead birds to the Zoological Museum, Natural History Museum of Denmark. This century-long information was digitised by a DanBIF volunteer. 1030
Danish Ants in the collections of the Zoological Museum, Natural History Museum of Denmark A volunteer supplied and trained by DanBIF, has digitised the specimens of ants in the Zoological Museum collections. 11.000
Zoological Museum amber collection, Natural History Museum of Denmark Amber containing animals. DanBIF has created a database for registration of the specimens in the amber collection of the Natural History Museum of Denmark, and contributed with a volunteer, who digitised the information. 2.500
Danish herbarium at the Faculty of Science (former KU LIFE) DanBIF has built a database for registration of the herbarium specimens of the KU LIFE herbarium of Danish plants. An employee at LIFE did the registration, based on training by DanBIF staff. 60.000
DBL freshwater gastropod and mollusc collection DanBIF has with a small grant initiated the digitisation of the freshwater gastropod and mollusc collection at the Mandahl Barth Research Centre for Biodiversity and Health (former Danish Bilharziose Laboratory). The digitisation process and data structure was planned and accomplished in close cooperation with DanBIF staff. 20.000