Welcome to ZooArchNet

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ZooArchNet is a project that aims to mobilize data about archaeological animal remains in a way that best supports open data and open science approaches for both biological and anthropological research. ZooArchNet publishes zooarchaeological specimen data records in formats that allows these records to be shared in open biodiversity networks. It also links these records, through shared site and specimen identifiers, to open archaeological repositories and data publishers. The end result is maximally usable data adhering to community standards, and with biodiversity and culture heritage information intact.