FAUNMAP employs an open-access approach to data-sharing, with the mission of making the following features available through the University of California Museum of Paleontology (a member of the Berkeley Natural History Museums) web sites:

  1. Interactive maps of geographic occurrences of Pliocene through Holocene mammal occurrences and related data

  2. Easy-to-use interfaces for searching the database, building maps, and downloading portions or all of the database

  3. Willingness to join forces with other paleontological database efforts

Use of this resource in publications should be cited as:
Graham, R.W., and E.L. Lundelius, Jr. 2010. FAUNMAP II: New data for North America with a temporal extension for the Blancan, Irvingtonian and early Rancholabrean. FAUNMAP II Database, version 1.0 this website.