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iDigBio Botany 2012 Symposium: Correcting and Standardizing Taxonomic Names with the TaxonomicName Resolution Service Matasci, Naim, Boyle Bradley, Lu Zhenyuan, Hopkins Nicole, Piel William, Raygoza Garay, Antonio Juan, McKay Sheldon, Narro Martha, and Enquist Brian (2012)
iDigBio Botany 2012 Symposium: "Digitizing 'all' North American lichen and bryophyte specimens: 2.3 million specimens, 65 institutions, 1 year later. " Gries, Corinna, Gilbert Edward, and III Thomas Nash H. (2012)
iDigBio Botany 2012 Symposium: Engaging Collaborations for Computerization with Specify. Bentley, Andrew (2012)
iDigBio Botany 2012 Symposium: "iDigBio: Vision, Mission, and Opportunities for Engagement" Soltis, Pamela, and Mast Austin (2012)
iDigBio Botany 2012 Symposium: Integrative research using digitized specimens: examples from the Consortium of California Herbaria Mishler, Brent, and Mcdade Lucinda (2012)
iDigBio Botany 2012 Symposium: Introducing ApplePie: A botanical annotation network powered by Filtered Push Macklin, James, Dou Lei, Hanken James, Kelley Maureen, Lowery David, Ludaescher Bertram, Morris Paul, and Morris Robert (2012)
iDigBio Botany 2012 Symposium: Mobilizing New England Vascular Plant Specimen Data to Track Environmental Changes Sweeney, Patrick, Barrington David, Davis Charles, Donoghue Michael, Edwards Erika, Foster David, Morris Paul, Neefus Chris, Primack Richard, Searcy Karen, et al. (2012)
iDigBio Botany 2012 Symposium: "Plants, Herbivores, and Parasitoids: A model system for the study of tri-trophic associations" Naczi, Robert, Tulig Melissa, Rabeler Richard, Magill Robert, and Schuh Randall (2012)
iDigBio Botany 2012 Symposium: The Case for Collections: Getting to the First Step Skog, Judith (2012)
iDigBio Botany 2012 Symposium: "The Macrofungi Collection Consortium(MaCC): Unlocking a Biodiversity Resource for Understanding Biotic Interactions, Nutrient Cycling and Human Affairs" Thiers, Barbara M. (2012)