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442Biodiversity Information Serving Our Nation (BISON): The national unified resource for discovery, linkage and re-use of organismal occurrence data
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Building a High-Resolution, Specimen-Based Picture of Life: Possibilities and ChallengesGuala, Gerald; Simpson, Annie; Masaki, Derek.biodiversity informatics
repository
biological occurrence data
invasives
26Building a High-Resolution, Specimen-Based Picture of Life: Possibilities and Challenges
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Building a High-Resolution, Specimen-Based Picture of Life: Possibilities and ChallengesMast, Austin; Soltis, Pamela.Biodiversity informatics
Biological research collections
iDigBio
BISON
Digitization
771Communities and information flow: An example from a regional network of herbaria
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Building a High-Resolution, Specimen-Based Picture of Life: Possibilities and ChallengesMurrell, Zack.
596Correcting and Standardizing Taxonomic Names with the Taxonomic Name Resolution Service
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Building a High-Resolution, Specimen-Based Picture of Life: Possibilities and ChallengesMatasci, Naim; Boyle, Bradley; Lu, Zhenyuan; Hopkins, Nicole; Piel, William; Raygoza Garay, Juan Antonio; McKay, Sheldon; Narro, Martha; Enquist, Brian.Taxonomy
250Digitizing 'all' North American lichen and bryophyte specimens: 2.3 million specimens, 65 institutions, 1 year later
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Building a High-Resolution, Specimen-Based Picture of Life: Possibilities and ChallengesGries, Corinna; Gilbert, Edward; Nash III , Thomas H.
663Engaging Collaborations for Computerization with Specify
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Building a High-Resolution, Specimen-Based Picture of Life: Possibilities and ChallengesBentley, Andrew.digitization
databasing
Specify Software
innovations
221Georeferencing Natural History Collections Data: The GEOLocate Project
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Building a High-Resolution, Specimen-Based Picture of Life: Possibilities and ChallengesRios, Nelson; Bart, Henry.georeferencing
geolocate
natural history data
digitization
954iDigBio: Vision, Mission, and Opportunities for Engagement
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Building a High-Resolution, Specimen-Based Picture of Life: Possibilities and ChallengesSoltis, Pamela; Mast, Austin.digitization
collections
herbarium
972Integrative research using digitized specimens: examples from the Consortium of California Herbaria
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Building a High-Resolution, Specimen-Based Picture of Life: Possibilities and ChallengesMishler, Brent; Mcdade, Lucinda.herbaria
climate change
digitization
phylogenetic approaches
California
605Introducing ApplePie: A botanical annotation network powered by Filtered Push
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Building a High-Resolution, Specimen-Based Picture of Life: Possibilities and ChallengesMacklin, James; Dou, Lei; Hanken, James; Kelley, Maureen; Lowery, David; Ludaescher, Bertram; Morris, Paul; Morris, Robert.Annotation
Filtered Push
Software
Curation
Duplicate Specimens
natural history data
knowledge database
workflows
855Mobilizing New England Vascular Plant Specimen Data to Track Environmental Changes
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Building a High-Resolution, Specimen-Based Picture of Life: Possibilities and ChallengesSweeney, Patrick; Barrington, David; Davis, Charles; Donoghue, Michael; Edwards, Erika; Foster, David; Morris, Paul; Neefus, Chris; Primack, Richard; Searcy, Karen; Starly, Binil; Sullivan, Janet.biodiversity informatics
digitization
herbarium
vascular plants
482Plants, Herbivores, and Parasitoids: A model system for the study of tri-trophic associations
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Building a High-Resolution, Specimen-Based Picture of Life: Possibilities and ChallengesNaczi, Robert; Tulig, Melissa; Rabeler, Richard; Magill, Robert; Schuh, Randall.Biodiversity informatics
biological research collections
digitization
137The Case for Collections: Getting to the First Step
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Building a High-Resolution, Specimen-Based Picture of Life: Possibilities and ChallengesSkog, Judith.collections
digitization
713The Macrofungi Collection Consortium(MaCC): Unlocking a Biodiversity Resource for Understanding Biotic Interactions, Nutrient Cycling and Human Affairs
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Building a High-Resolution, Specimen-Based Picture of Life: Possibilities and ChallengesThiers, Barbara M..digitization
herbaria
herbarium
macrofungi
673Using the Encyclopedia of Life to Disseminate Specimen-Based Science to Global Audiences
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Building a High-Resolution, Specimen-Based Picture of Life: Possibilities and ChallengesSchulz, Katja; Hammock, Jennifer; Parr, Cynthia.biodiversity informatics
natural history data
global collaboration
open access

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