From April to June of this year, BHL received permission for 36 new in-copyright titles, keeping pace with the 39 added in the first quarter. The Expanding Access to Biodiversity Literature project, BHL staff, and new members and affiliates all contributed to securing permission and are now working to scan and upload. To put that 36 number in perspective, there are about 650 in-copyright titles in BHL, out of 125,000 total–that’s just a half percent, but it’s growing!
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Below are the 36 titles added in the second quarter, in the order permission was secured. For those that have already been scanned or uploaded, links are available. Look for the rest as they’re added to the collection; you can check the recent additions, or see all the permission titles available in BHL on the permissions page. Titles in BHL have been digitized/contributed by the rights holders unless otherwise stated.
1. North Carolina Biological Survey and the North Carolina State Museum of Natural Sciences
- A Distributional Survey of North Carolina MammalsThe Seaside Sparrow, Its Biology and ManagementAtlas of North American Freshwater Fishes (with supplement)Autumn Land-bird Migration on the Barrier Islands of Northeastern North CarolinaEndangered, Threatened, and Rare Fauna of North Carolina (Parts I-IV)Research Vessel Dan Moore station logsBird Life of North Carolina’s Shining Rock WildernessFourth Colloquium on Conservation of Mammals of the Southeastern U.S.
- Buceros: ENVIS newsletter (Digitized by Smithsonian Libraries)
- Peter S. Ashton papers: field work in Sarawak and Malaysia (Digitized by Harvard University Botany Libraries)
- Canotia (Digitized by The New York Botanical Garden, LuEsther T. Mertz Library)
- Hardy Fern Foundation Newsletter
- Hardy Fern Foundation Quarterly
- Antarctic Journal 1839-43: Travels papers. Erebus & Terror voyage. (Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker) (Digitized by Royal Botanic Gardens Kew, Library, Art & Archives)
- Urban Horticulture Presents
- Urban Horticulture
- Camas Quarterly
- Carnivorous Plant Newsletter