Collaborative Project - Biodiversity Research, Education Outreach and Conservation Genetics of Philippine Amphibians, Reptiles and Invertebrates

The Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History features 7 galleries, interactive displays and fossils from Oklahoma and around the world.  It is one of the world's largest university-based natural history museums.  
Focal Office:
Biodiversity Management Bureau (BMB)
United States of America
Date of Validity:
2015 - 2020
Partner Government Agency:
Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History
Scope of Cooperation:
This collaborative project between Sam Noble Oklahoma National Museum of History and the Department of Environment and Natural Resources covers the study on the diversity of Philippine reptiles and amphibians.  Researchers of the National Museum of History will lead in the study together with local Filipino researchers.  The collaboration includes capacity building for Filipino biologists as well as assistance to the DENR on the assessment of the status of reptiles and amphibians.


This Page was updated on 01 July 2016 and will be updated on 01 August 2016
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