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American Museum Thailand Expedition

Exist Dates
1953 - 1954
Abstract
To make anthropological studies of various native peoples

American Museum of Natural History-National Museum of Canada Expedition (1961-1962)

Exist Dates
1961 - 1962
Abstract
To research and collect fossil fish specimens

Archbold Expedition to New Guinea (4th : 1953)

Exist Dates
1953
Abstract
To study flora and fauna of rarely-visited regions. Overall purpose: to study relationships among plants and animals of New Guinea, Malaysia and Australia.

Archbold Expedition to New Guinea (5th : 1956-1957)

Exist Dates
1956
Abstract
To collect mammals and plant life of Malaysia and study possibility of land connections

Archbold Expedition to New Guinea (6th : 1959)

Exist Dates
1958 - 1959
Abstract
To study flora and fauna of mountains of Papua

Archbold Expedition to New Guinea (7th : 1964)

Exist Dates
1964
Abstract
To study geographical and ecological relationships of the animal and plant life of New Guinea and Australia

Armstrong Expedition to Bahamas

Exist Dates
1950
Abstract
To study physical oceanography and collect marine invertebrates

Aronson Field Trip to Hawaii

Exist Dates
1961
Abstract
To study Pacific pearl-fish

Aronson Trip to Nigeria

Exist Dates
1953
Abstract
To study mouth-breeding fishes

Asiatic Expedition (2nd : 1918-1919)

Exist Dates
1918 - 1919
Abstract
The American Museum of Natural History’s Second Asiatic Zoological Expedition (1918-1919) was led by Roy Chapman Andrews. It can be considered as a continuation of the preparatory work for the Central Asiatic Expeditions of 1921-1930. The main goal of the Second Expedition was to explore and collect mammal and bird specimens from the northeastern region of the Asian plateau, namely the Gobi Desert of Mongolia. The specimens were to be used in the Museum’s proposed hall of Asiatic life. Further, Andrews saw the expedition as another step in his larger expeditionary plan.

Asiatic Zoölogical Expedition (1st : 1916-1917)

Exist Dates
1916 - 1917
Abstract
The American Museum of Natural History Asiatic Zoological Expedition of 1916-1917 was led by Roy Chapman Andrews. The goal of the expedition was to collect Asian mammals and birds to add to the planned Asiatic Hall of the Museum. The Expedition traveled through areas of eastern and southwest China, particularly in the Yunnan Province. They ultimately crossed over 2000 miles on horseback, camping at such varied altitudes as 1500 to 15000 feet above sea level while collecting approximately 3000 specimens for the Museum. (1)

Askoy Expedition (1941-1945)

Exist Dates
1941 - 1945
Abstract
To collect crustaceans, invertebrates and birds.

Audley C. Buller Southern Mexico Expedition

Exist Dates
1889 - 1890
Abstract
To collect birds and mammals in Central and Southern Mexico resulting in 238 specimens and 10 skulls.

Australian Meteorite Expedition

Exist Dates
1964
Abstract
To collect Australian tektites

Bancroft Expedition

Exist Dates
1952
Abstract
To study mammals

Barro Colorado Trip

Exist Dates
1952
Abstract
To study fauna

Belvedere Expedition

Exist Dates
1962
Abstract
To survey biota of islands of Gulf of California and collect marine specimens

Bernheim-Conant Expedition to Northern Africa of the American Museum of Natural History (1953-1954)

Exist Dates
1954
Abstract
To make documentary film of Tuareg tribe and collect ethnological material

Bird Chilean Expedition

Exist Dates
1941
Abstract
To make archaeological "shell heap" studies

Bird Expedition to Peru

Exist Dates
1955
Abstract
To collect archaeological materials
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