The American Association for Zoological Nomenclature (AAZN) was founded in 1983 to facilitate liaison between zoologists in North America and the ICZN, and to provide financial support for the Commission through tax-deductible donations and/or annual membership.
ZooBank Progress Report (Krell & Pyle, 2010. BZN)
Unifying nomenclature: ZooBank and Global Names Usage Bank (Pyle, R. & E. Michel, 2009. BZN, brief update)
Linneaus - Sherborn - ZooBank (Polaszek, A. & E. Michel, 2010. In: Systema Naturae 250: The Linnean Ark. A. Polaszek, Ed. CRC Press, for purchase only)
The International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature has voted in favour of a revised version of the amendment to the International Code of Zoological Nomenclature that was proposed in 2008. The purpose of the amendment is to expand and refine the methods of publication allowed by the Code, particularly in relation to electronic publication.