New, enhanced ability to search. Easier use, more indexed fields = better results
I browse all the time. This isn’t fuzzy logic searching, so you better spell well and type accurately. Since I find myself turning to BHL for literature in every field and subfield, I browse A LOT.
Concept of EOL(a web page for every species on earth)Image from
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Books, Bytes, Biodiversity: Using the Biodiversity Heritage Library in Your ResearchRebecca MorinUser Services LibrarianCalifornia Academy of Sciences Smithsonian Institution National Museum of Natural History March 7, 2011
Members American Museum of Natural History (New York) Academy of Natural Sciences Philadelphia California Academy of Sciences (San Francisco) Field Museum (Chicago) Natural History Museum (London) Smithsonian Institution Libraries (Washington) Missouri Botanical Garden (St. Louis) New York Botanical Garden (New York) Royal Botanic Garden, Kew Botany Libraries, Harvard University Ernst Mayr Library of the Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University Marine Biological Laboratory / Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution3
Who Uses It? Usage 2010 • 837,000 Visits • 422,000 Unique Visitors • 4.2 Million Page Views • 221 Countries/Territories More than 80% of visitors seek information in • Systematics • Taxonomy35 • Nomenclature