Dugway Proving Ground Natural History Collection (DUGWAY-DUG-INVERT)
The Dugway Proving Ground Natural History Collection houses more than 1,100 specimens of plants, insects, spiders, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals collected primarily from the U.S. Army Dugway Proving Ground but also include some areas just outside the installation within Tooele County. The collection is used in support of the Army Mission on the West Desert of Utah, in scientific research, education and outreach efforts. One objective of this collection is to ensure preservation of species of concern and document localities and habitats for management of sensitive and/or rare species mandated by the endangered species act.
Contacts: Robert Delph (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Related link: http://www.dugway.army.mil
Collection Type: Preserved Specimens
Management: Live Data managed directly within data portal
Global Unique Identifier: ad0287b2-8a83-4cad-ba04-581b7d90c087
Digital Metadata: EML File
Usage Rights: CC0 1.0 (Public-domain)
Rights Holder: Dugway Proving Ground Natural History Collection
This project made possible by the National Science Foundation awards EF 14-02667 to P. Sierwald and R. Bieler (Field Museum), EF 14-00993 to A. Deans (Penn State), EF 14-02697 to E. Shea (Delaware Museum of Natural History), EF 14- 04964 to D. O'Foighil (Museum of Zoology, UMichigan), EF 14-01176 to J. Bond (Auburn University), and EF 14-02785 to G. Svenson (Cleveland Museum of Natural History), and EF 14-01450 to J. Hanken (Harvard University).