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Beck, Lothar A.

Zoological Collections of Germany

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Table of contents

Part I. General Aspects

1. In Past and Recent Times: On the Significance of Zoological Collections in Germany—An Introduction
Lothar A. Beck

2. Germany’s Zoological Collections: An International and Personal View on an Important Historical and Contemporary Scientific Resource
Hinrich Kaiser, George R. Zug, Aaron M. Bauer

3. Research Collections in Germany: Modern Trends in Methods of Sorting, Preserving, and Research
Ulrich Joger

4. National and International Collection Networks
Cornelia Weber

5. Legal and Ethical Challenges: From Collection Management to Access and Benefit-Sharing
Cornelia Löhne, Peter Giere, Dirk Neumann

6. Modern Exhibition Concepts
Annette Scheersoi

Part II. The Collections

7. ASCHAFFENBURG: The Collection of the Bavarian Royal National Academy of Forestry Aschaffenburg Is on Its Way to Becoming a Modern Museum of Natural History
Martin Hoepfner

8. BAD DÜRKHEIM: The Zoological Collections at the Palatinate Museum of Natural History (Pfalzmuseum für Naturkunde – POLLICHIA-Museum), Bad Dürkheim (Germany)
Frank Wieland

9. BAMBERG: The Zoological Collections at the Museum of Natural History in Bamberg
Matthias Mäuser

10. BERLIN: From Humboldt to HVac—The Zoological Collections of the Museum für Naturkunde Leibniz Institute for Evolution and Biodiversity Science in Berlin
Peter Giere, Peter Bartsch, Christiane Quaisser

11. BERLIN: Zoologische Lehrsammlung (Zoological Teaching Collection)
Gerhard Scholtz

12. BERLIN: The Zoological Collection of the Stadtmuseum Berlin
Manfred Graefe

13. BERLIN: The Veterinary Collection of the Institute of Veterinary Anatomy, Department of Veterinary Medicine, Freie Universität Berlin
Johanna Plendl, Janet Weigner, Juliane Rieger, Klaus-Dieter Budras

14. BONN: Zoologisches Forschungsmuseum Alexander Koenig in Bonn: Transformation of a Classical Natural History Museum of the Nineteenth Century into a Biodiversity Research Institution
Jonas J. Astrin, Sabine Heine, Claudia Koch, Dennis Rödder, Till Töpfer, J. Wolfgang Wägele

15. BRAUNSCHWEIG: Staatliches Naturhistorisches Museum Braunschweig
Ulrich Joger

16. BREMEN: Geosciences Collection of the University of Bremen: The Recent Mollusk Compilation
Jens Lehmann

17. BREMEN: Zoological Collection of the University of Bremen
Hans Konrad Nettmann

18. BREMEN: The Zoological Collections of the Übersee-Museum Bremen (UMB)
Michael Stiller, Fernanda M. Rodrigues, Volker Lohrmann

19. CHEMNITZ: Museum of Natural History Chemnitz: Identity Through Tradition
Thorid Zierold, Sven Erlacher, Ronny Rößler

20. DARMSTADT: The Zoological Collections of the Hessische Landesmuseum Darmstadt
Jörn Köhler, Francisco Hita Garcia

21. DARMSTADT: The Zoological Collection at the Department of Biology/TU Darmstadt History and Present State of the Zoological Collection
Berend Koch

22. DETMOLD: Lippisches Landesmuseum Detmold
Dorothee Suray

23. DRESDEN / THARANDT: Zoological Collections Housed at the Institute of Forest Botany and Forest Zoology of Technische Universität Dresden
I. Brunk, C. Scheibner, J. Zschille, M. Roth

24. DÜSSELDORF: Aquazoo Löbbecke Museum Düsseldorf
Sandra Honigs, Silke Stoll, Elmar Finke

25. EBERSWALDE: Zoological Collections of Eberswalde: Like Phoenix from the Ashes?
U. Schulz, A. Linde, J. Möller

26. ERFURT: The Naturkundemuseum Erfurt
Matthias Hartmann, Herbert Grimm, Ulrich Scheidt

27. FLENSBURG: Naturwissenschaftliches Museum Flensburg: Natural History Museum Flensburg
Werner Barkemeyer

28. FRANKFURT, DRESDEN, GÖRLITZ, MÜNCHEBERG: Senckenberg: Its Zoological Collections and Their Histories
Michael Türkay, Uwe Fritz, Thomas Schmitt, Willi Xylander, Raffael Ernst, Uwe Kallweit, Klaus-Dieter Klass, Matthias Nuss, Martin Päckert, Christian Schmidt, André Reimann, Katrin Schniebs, Clara Stefen, Andreas Weck-Heimann, Axel Zarske

29. GIEßEN: University Collections: Justus Liebig University Gießen
Eva Diehl, Birgit Jauker, Christian Albrecht, Thomas Wilke, Volkmar Wolters

30. GÖTTINGEN: The Zoological Museum of Göttingen University
Rainer Willmann

31. GÖTTINGEN: Collections in the Departments of “Wildlife Sciences” and “Forest Zoology and Forest Conservation”
Bernhard Weißbecker, Gerrit Holighaus, Niko Balkenhol

32. GREIFSWALD: The Zoological Museum of the University Greifswald: Past, Present, and Future
Peter Michalik

33. HALBERSTADT: Museum Heineanum
Bernd Nicolai

34. HALLE-WITTENBERG: The Zoological Collection of the Martin Luther University in Halle-Wittenberg
Karla Schneider, Frank Steinheimer

35. HAMBURG: Back to the Future: The Centrum für Naturkunde on Its Way Toward Reestablishing a Natural History Museum in Hamburg
Matthias Glaubrecht

36. HEIDELBERG: The Zoological Museum of the University of Heidelberg
Volker Storch

37. JENA: The Scientific Zoological Collections at the Phyletisches Museum in Jena: Historical Development and Conservational Challenges
Gunnar Brehm, Dietrich Knorre, Martin S. Fischer

38. JENA: The Teaching Collection at the Zoological Institute of the University of Jena: Its Importance, Value and Conservational Problems
Gerta Puchert, Gunnar Brehm

39. KAISERSLAUTERN: Zoological Collection of the University of Kaiserslautern
Jürgen Kusch

40. LEIPZIG: Naturkundemuseum Leipzig: Museum of Natural Sciences
Jana Domaratius, Ronald Schiller

41. LEIPZIG: The Zoological Study and Research Collection of the University of Leipzig
Detlef Bernhard

42. LÜBECK: Museum of Nature and Environment, Lübeck, Zoological Collections
Susanne Füting

43. MAINZ: The Zoological Collections of the Mainz Natural History Museum/State Collection of Natural History of Rhineland Palatinate
Carsten Renker, Bettina Henrich, Uwe Hildebrand

44. MARBURG: Zoological Collection of the Philipps University of Marburg
Elisabeth Hempel, Lothar A. Beck

45. MÜNCHEN: The Zoologische Staatssammlung München (ZSM) of the Staatliche Naturwissenschaftliche Sammlungen Bayerns (SNSB)
Gerhard Haszprunar

46. MÜNSTER: The Zoological Collections of the LWL-Museum of Natural History in Münster
Jan Ole Kriegs, Heinrich Terlutter

47. OLDENBURG: 180 Years of Local Collection and Research in Oldenburg
Christina Barilaro

48. POTSDAM: Naturkundemuseum Potsdam: Natural History Museum of Potsdam Documentation of Regional Biodiversity and 50 Years of Experience with a Freshwater Aquarium
Detlef Knuth, Ina Pokorny, Dirk Berger

49. ROSTOCK: The Zoological Collection of the University of Rostock
Stefan Richter, Andreas Bick

50. SCHIFFWEILER: Zentrum für Biodokumentation des Saarlandes (ZfBS)
Andreas Werno

51. SIEGEN: University of Siegen Zoological Collections Teach Biodiversity Better than Books and Bytes
Klaudia Witte, Sven Dienstbach, Urs Christian Gießelmann, Arndt Horst Johann Wellbrock

52. STRALSUND: The German Oceanographic Museum
G.-B. Reinicke

53. STUTTGART: The Zoological Collections of the Stuttgart State Museum of Natural History
Stefan Merker, Arnold H. Staniczek

54. WAREN: Müritzeum with the Natural History Collections for the State of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
Renate Seemann

55. WESTLAUSITZ: The Zoological Collection of the Museum der Westlausitz Kamenz by Olaf Zinke
Olaf Zinke

56. WIESBADEN: Museum Wiesbaden: Natural History Collections [MWNH]
Fritz Geller-Grimm

57. WÜRZBURG: The Zoological Study Collection at the Theodor-Boveri-Institute, Biocenter, Julius-Maximilians-University of Würzburg
Dieter Mahsberg, Gerhard Kneitz

58. KARLSRUHE: The Zoological Collections of the State Museum of Natural History Karlsruhe
Hubert Höfer, Albrecht Manegold, Alexander Riedel, Robert Trusch, Manfred Verhaagh

Keywords: Life Sciences, Animal Systematics/Taxonomy/Biogeography, Science Education, History of Science

Editor
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2018
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Natural History Collections
Page amount
32 pages
Category
Natural Sciences
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9783319443218
Printed ISBN
978-3-319-44319-5

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