QL 700 Periodicals, Societies, Congresses, Serial Collections, Yearbooks
"This directory provides information on the current addresses, phone numbers, and e-mail addresses of mammalogists. It is provided courtesy of the Information Retrieval Committee of the American Society of Mammalogists, but it is not restricted to members of the society. Nor does it include all the members of the society who have e-mail accounts listed in the Directory of Members," (Journal of Mammalogy 76(1). Supplement).
This e-mail listed is maintained by Richard W. Thorington, Jr., Curator of Mammals, Smithsonian Institution, Washington. D.C.To Search:
"The directory is fully indexed and can be searched [or browsed] by name, institution, etc. Searching is not case sensitive. Entering two search terms without an operator has the effect of an OR search. Use AND to find records with two or more search terms (e.g., Smith and Berkeley)."
QL 708 Classification. Nomenclature
This gopher database "contains the names of the 4,629 currently recognized species of mammals, in a taxonomic heirarchy that includes Order, Family, Subfamily, and Genus. The information was taken from:Wilson, D. E., and D. M. Reeder (eds). 1993. Mammal Species of the World. Smithsonian Institution Press, 1206 pp. (Available from Smithsonian Institution Press, 1-800-782-4612 or 703-435-7809.)"
"The list was compiled by the 20 contributors listed at the end of [the authority] file. It is intended for use as an authority file for collections management activities of mammal collections. The list was compiled under the auspices of the American Society of Mammalogists."
"Copyright 1993 Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC USA. All rights are reserved. The data in this checklist of mammal species of the world are being presented for non-commercial, personal, and collections management use only. Copying or redistributing these data in any manner for personal or corporate gain is not permitted."To Search:
"The on-line list of names can be browsed, searched, or used as a reference file... "A WAIS index search will return a list of taxa containing the species selected by the search criteria." Search rules and examples are provided with the database Authority File.
The "entire Mammals Species of the World database, including names, synonyms, citations, authors, and other attributes is [also] available as a [3 MB] compressed ZIP file."