Techniques for Recording Natural History Data
Every single observation and specimen is unique and vital to the study of the earth's natural history. If data and specimens are not recorded and labeled properly, important information may become lost forever. Here we present some simple techniques to ensure that the data you are collecting may always be available for study.
This presentation was made possible, in part, with support from The Grainger Foundation. Translations were performed by François Jacquet, Sophy Machaga, Noah Mpunga, Sheila Reynolds, and Tyana Wachter.