Bryozoans can be found in the following collections that may be useful for ocean acidification studies:
The Discovery collections originate from a number of different expeditions that took place from 1901-1999. The collection of pteropods may be of particular importance for ocean acidification research, and there are a wide variety of other marine specimens as well as ocean bottom deposits and residues. Learn more.
Scientists on the 1872-76 HMS Challenger expedition collected a vast amount of natural history material from around the globe, which is accompanied by extensive taxonomic and summary reports. Get information about the Challenger collections housed at the Natural History Museum.
See a summary of what can be found in the Dry Invertebrate Store.
These collections include beach sand, forams, bryozoa and diatoms - including foram and diatom ooze from the HMS Challenger and Porcupine expeditions. Find out more.
The collections at these institutions were surveyed for the UK Ocean Acidification Research Programme.