iDigBio Bibliography

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The Fairbanks Museum: a small, rural, New England Natural History Museum’s Challenge to Adapt Prondzinski, Mary Beth (2015)
The Fairmont State Experience Trisel, Donald E. (2013)
FAQ: 3D surface scanning of paleo collections with a NextEngine laser scanner Wood, Aaron (2014)
Field Collection to Data: Keeping track of specimens James, Shelley (2014)
Field Museum, Collections Resource Center (2013)
Field Reach perspective iDigBio (2015)
Field to Database Day 1: 10:30am- 11:30am iDigBio (2015)
Field to Database Day 1: 4:00pm- 5:00pm iDigBio (2015)
Field to Database Day 1: 8:30am- 10:00am iDigBio (2015)
Field to Database Day 2: 11:30am- 12:30pm iDigBio (2015)
Field to Database Day 2: 1:30pm- 2:30pm iDigBio (2015)
Field to Database Day 2: 1:45pm- 5:00pm iDigBio (2015)
Field to Database Day 2: 9:00am- 10:00am iDigBio (2015)
Field to Database Day 3: 1:30pm- 3:30pm iDigBio (2015)
Field to Database Day 3: 3:45pm- 5:00pm iDigBio (2015)
Field to Database Day 3: 9:00am- 12:30pm iDigBio (2014)
Field to Database Day 4: 11:15pm- 12:15pm iDigBio (2015)
Field to Database Day 4: 1:30pm- 3:30pm iDigBio (2015)
Field to Database Day 4: 2:30pm- 5:00pm iDigBio (2015)
Field to Database Day 4: 9:00am- 10:30am iDigBio (2015)
Field to database to aggregator and beyond: documenting the flora of Melanesia James, Shelley A. , Society for the Preservation of Natural History Collections 31st Annual Meeting, 06/2016, Berlin, Germany (2016)
Field to Freezer: Low tech collecting; high quality data. James, Shelley (2015)
Filtering out the noise: Data validation challenges and strategies in citizen science_Webinar Bonter, David (2015)
Finding Funding for Specimen Digitization Hannah, Laurie (2014)
Fish and Wildlife Research Institute, Ichthyology Collection (Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission) (2014)

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