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A list of U.S.-based natural history collections, Michonneau, François, and Page Larry M. , SPNHC 2015, (2015)
Making it count: Citizen science activities in the classroom contribute to our understanding of biodiversity, Mast, Austin R. , FCR-STEM 2015 Conference, 12/2015, Orlando, FL, (2015)
Mapping Life: Quality Assessment of Novice and Computer Automated vs. Expert Georeferences, Ellwood, Elizabeth R., Bart Henry, Doosey Michael, Jue Dean, Nelson Gil, Rios Nelson, and Mast Austin , TDWG 2015, (2015)
Mapping Specifications for Ranked Hierarchical Trees in Data Integration Systems, Soomro, Sarfaraz, Matsunaga Andréa, and Fortes José A. B. , 2014 IEEE International Conference on Information Reuse and Integration (IRI 2014), San Francisco, California, USA, (2014)
Maxing out the potential of private fossil collections through digitization: Best practices in photographing specimens, Leder, Ronny M. , GSA Southeastern Section - 65th Annual Meeting, 03/2016, Columbia, South Carolina, (2016)
Measuring Megalodon: classroom driven research made possible with 3D technology, Perez, Victor J., Grant Claudia, Hendrickson Megan, and Tovani Jason , 2015 GSA Annual Meeting, 2015, Baltimore, Maryland, (2015)
More data than we know what to do with? Biodiversity informatics skills needs in the research data pipeline, Paul, Deborah, Michonneau François, and Seltmann Katja , TDWG 2015, (2015)
Museum and Collections Biodiversity Informatics: meeting skills needs for creating, sharing, and using the digital relatives of museum specimens, Paul, Deborah L., Collins Matthew, Livermore Laurence, and Koureas Dimitrios , Society for the Preservation of Natural History Collections 31st Annual Meeting, 06/2016, Berlin, Germany, (2016)
Notes From Nature: Advancing a next generation citizen science platform for biodiversity transcription, Guralnick, Robert Penn, Denslow Michael W., and Mast Austin , TDWG 2015, (2015)
Object Recognition in Herbarium Specimens, Steinke, KH, Gehrke M., and Dzido R. , ICDM 2011 IEEE International Conference on Data Mining, 09/2011, Vancouver, Canada, (2011)
Paleoteach: use of paleontological data for K-12 education, Grant, Claudia , 2015 GSA Annual Meeting, 11/2015, Baltimore, Maryland, (2015)
Providing the computing skills for the next generation of biodiversity scientists, Michonneau, François, and Paul Deborah L. , SPNHC 2015, (2015)
Reaching Consensus in Crowdsourced Transcription of Biocollections Information, Matsunaga, Andréa, Mast Austin, and Fortes José A. B. , 2014 IEEE 10th International Conference on e-Science, Oct/2014, Guarujá, Brazil, (2014)
Recognition of Humboldt's Handwriting in Complex Surroundings, Steinke, KH , 12th International Conference on Frontiers in Handwriting Recognition (ICFHR), 11/2010, Kolkata, (2010)
Small Collections Can Make Big Waves in Education and Outreach, Singer, Randy A., and Page Larry M. , Society for the Preservation of Natural History Collections 31st Annual Meeting, 06/2016, Berlin, Germany, (2016)
A Specimen-based View of the World: Using the Biological Collections Ontology to Model Biodiversity Collections, Walls, Ramona, Guralnick Robert, Deck John, and Matsunaga Andréa , 2014 ICBO Workshop: Starting an OBI-based Biobank Ontology, Houston, TX, USA, (2014)
Specimens full circle: collection to digitization to data use, Smith, Dena M., Paul Deborah L., and Blagoderov Vladimir , SPNHC 2015, (2015)
Transforming accessibility to the rich, site-based, multi-taxon collections of field stations; a case study from Archbold Biological Station, Swain, Hilary M., and Nelson Gil , SPNHC 2015, (2015)
Unlocking hidden potential: using museum specimens to engage and educate children with autism, Singer, Randy A. , SPNHC 2015, (2015)
Using herbarium data for niche modeling to study phylogenetic diversity and endemism of Florida plants, Germain-Aubrey, Charlotte C., Allen Julie M., Neubig Kurt M., Laffan S., Guralnick Robert P., Lamy Thomas, Majure Lucas, Mischler Brent D., Soltis Douglas E., Ponciano Jose Miguel, et al. , Botanical Society of America 2015, 07/2015, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, (2015)
Using High Definition ROV Video to Capture Behavior of Deep-Sea Fishes, Singer, Randy A. , 2016 Ecological and Evolutionary Ethology of Fishes, 06/2016, Tallahassee, FL, (2016)
Using museum data for large-scale questions: modeling Florida plant diversity, Germain-Aubrey, Charlotte C., Allen Julie M., Guralnick Robert P., Neubig Kurt M., Ponciano Jose Miguel, Lamy Thomas, Majure Lucas, Soltis Douglas E., and Soltis Pamela S. , Society for the Preservation of Natural History Collections 30th Annual Meeting, 05/2015, Gainesville, FL, (2015)
Using museum data for niche modeling and phylogenetic diversity of Florida plants, Germain-Aubrey, Charlotte C., Allen Julie M., Neubig Kurt M., Guralnick Robert P., Ponciano Jose Miguel, Lamy Thomas, Soltis Douglas E., Majure Lucas, and Soltis Pamela S. , Ecological Society of America 2015, (2015)
WeDigBio: Worldwilde Engagement for the Digitization of Biocollections, Kimberly, Paul G., Flemons Paul K. J., Guralnick Robert P., Mast Austin R., Ellwood Elizabeth R., Paul Deborah L., and Love Kevin J. , SPNHC 2015, (2015)
Whole-Dataset Analyses using Apache Spark, Collins, Matthew, Poelen Jorrit, and Thompson Alexander , (2015)