This accession consists of the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute's informational wiki about the fossil sharks of Panama as it existed on July 19, 2018. The wiki was written in both English and Spanish and was crawled shortly before it was taken offline. Materials are in electronic format.
This accession consists of the "Fossil Sharks from Panama" blog as it existed on December 26, 2018. The blog, written in English and Spanish consists of only one post, dated August 20, 2009. Materials are in electronic format.
This accession consists of field notes of Anja Schulze during her time as a postdoctoral fellow with the National Museum of Natural History, Department of Invertebrate Zoology. These notes focus on marine invertebrates, specifically worms, near islands off of Belize and Panama as well as Guam and other area islands …
Alexander Wetmore Papers
This accession consists of correspondence, notes, manuscripts and drawings created or used by Alexander Wetmore for various publications. Most materials relate to the birds of Panama; the Shenandoah National Park; Washington, D.C.; Haiti; and the Dominican Republic.
This accession consists of the "Fossil Sharks from Panama" blog as it existed on January 13, 2014. The blog, written in English and Spanish consists of only one post, dated August 20, 2009. Materials are in electronic format.
This accession consists of correspondence with the United States Department of State. Major topics include agreements with Panama and Cuba. Materials also include reports, agreements, and copies of correspondence between the Department of State and Panamanian and Cuban governmental bodies.
This accession consists of field notes of various National Museum of Natural History, Department of Invertebrate Zoology zoologists while collecting marine invertebrates in Panama. Materials include field data sheets, notes, and maps.
These records consist primarily of administrative files of the Assistant Secretary for Research, 1987-1990, documenting his responsibility for the National Air and Space Museum, the National Museum of Natural History, the National Zoological Park, the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center, the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory, the Smithsonian Institution Archives, the Office of Fellowships …
Clarence Raymond Carpenter Field Notes
Clarence Raymond Carpenter (1905-1975) was a psychologist and primatologist. This accession consists of typed copies of Carpenter's field notes and observations on howler monkeys on Barro Colorado Island, Panama, circa 1930s. Carpenter conducted the first study of howler monkey behavior on the Island.
This accession consists of web content maintained by the Museum Conservation Institute (MCI). The MCI pages on the Smithsonian Institution website were crawled on January 27, 2020. They include information about research projects, conservation resources for the general public, and professional development opportunities. An MCI project description page on the Smithsonian Institution's …