Third-party resources that leverage Neotoma data for research, education, and public engagement
Explore the landscape, fossil digs, cities, and more from your airplane window, vehicle, or hiking trail vista.
Global Pollen Project
Community resource for pollen identification, via a shared digital library, Neotoma-based maps, and crowd-sourcing.
View the changing distributions of plant taxa in North America, Europe, and Australia, from the last glacial maximum to present, driven by changing climates and the worldwide spread of humans.
Query several paleontological and paleoecological databases with a common API interface and shared vocabulary.
Where the Wild Things Were
An online, interactive, and accessible atlas of animal losses from the Pleistocene to today. (image by Mauricio Anton)