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    Museums Get 'Dark Data' into the Light Through Digitizationi
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    Elizabeth Lee
    February 15, 2016 3:38 PM
    Many museums in the U.S. and other countries still do not have their fossil collections easily searchable on-line. Specimens are left in drawers, virtually hidden. There is a national effort to change that. Elizabeth Lee reports from Los Angeles

    Museums Get 'Dark Data' into the Light Through Digitization

    Published February 15, 2016

    Many museums in the U.S. and other countries still do not have their fossil collections easily searchable on-line. Specimens are left in drawers, virtually hidden. There is a national effort to change that. Elizabeth Lee reports from Los Angeles


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