Some members may be interested in the announcement
below since there are
a number of important
papers treating Oriental birds among the
publications of the AMNH.
Let's hope that this may encourage other
institutions to make
their publications available in a similar way.
Thanks to Jon Hornbuckle
for bringing this to my attention.
The American Museum of
Natural History Library is pleased to announce
the availability of the
complete legacy of the museum's scientific
Both back issues and
current-ongoing issues have been digitized and all
publications are now
openly available on the Web at:
AMNH scientific series
disseminate the results of work conducted by
museum scientists and
their colleagues in the areas of zoological
paleontology, geology, evolution, and anthropology, and are
comprised of the
following four titles:
Novitates, v1 - , 1921 - present
Anthropological Papers of
the American Museum of Natural History, v.1- ,
1907 - present
Bulletin of the American
Museum of Natural History, v.1- , 1881 - present
Memoirs of the American
Museum of Natural History, v.1-15, 1893 - 1930.
This project is the
result of close collaboration between the AMNH
Library and the AMNH
Science Senate and has been completed with the
generous support of the
Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.