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"ARTstor has collaborated with the Natural History Museum, London to share approximately 1,600 images of botanical and zoological illustrations associated with Captain James Cook's expeditions to the South Pacific from 1768 – 1779"
From the Natural History Museum in London, this collection is composed of "600 images, depicting a variety of landscapes, wildlife, aboriginal people, and events from the early history of the colony in New South Wales."
" For more than six decades, Magnum's documentary photographers have been chronicling people, events, issues, and personalities, from the Spanish Civil war to Vietnam to the present day. " ARTstor's collection includes approximately 80,000 photographs from Magnum.
" Over 200 images, depicting individual bones and organs, entire systems, and the famous “muscle men” posing dramatically against Renaissance landscapes, are now available in ARTstor. These images are accompanied by scholarly information, including modern anatomical names for all parts mentioned in the original Latin text, also contributed by Garrison and Hast."
The Cell: An Image Library"This library is a public and easily accessible resource database of images, videos, and animations of cells, capturing a wide diversity of organisms, cell types, and cellular processes. " Video/image entries also include information about cellular processes or component featured.
Forestry ImagesImages dealing with the impact of pests, diseases, invasive species on forests. Run by the University of Georgia's Center for Invasive Species.
Sloan Digital Sky SurveyThe Sloan Digital Sky Survey "is one of the most ambitious and influential surveys in the history of astronomy." So far, SDSS has mapped over one quarter of the sky, producing multicolor images, 3-D maps and more. All data and images are free on the website.