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  • ...zation TCN: Symbiota Collections of Arthropods Network (SCAN): A Model for Collections Digitization to Promote Taxonomic and Ecological Research == |[[Symbiota Collections of Arthropods Network (SCAN)#Project Summary|Project Summary]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[Southwest Collections of Arthropods Network (SCAN)]]
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  • ! colspan="2" style="background:#D58B28;width:200px;font-size:10pt" | Wet Collections Digitization Workshop ..."background:#D58B28;text-align:center;font-size:9pt" | Quick Links for Wet Collections Digitization Workshop
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  • ...cific workflows and protocols for digitizing biodiversity and paleontology collections. The page serves as a community collaboration. Contributions of existing wo ...du/node/3 Bryophyte/Lichen Data and Image Capture Workflows (LBCC Thematic Collections Network)]
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  • ...g the University of Iowa Museum of Natural History's Historic Invertebrate Collections through the InvertNet TCN = ...e. However, the fragility of these specimens and the scattered location of collections can make using them in research difficult and inefficient. Digitizing image
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  • = Digitization PEN: Digitization of two Important Medium-sized Collections to Join the North American Bryophytes and Lichens TCN = ...igating a variety of questions related to global environmental change. The collections included in this PEN are each important regional repositories of North Amer
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  • This wiki supports the Recruiting, Supporting, and Retaining Small Collections in Biodiversity Digitization Workshop to be held at Central Michigan Univer ! colspan="2" style="background:#D58B28;width:200px;font-size:10pt" | Small Collections Workshop SCNET
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  • '''This wiki support the Collections for the 21st Century Symposium, Gainesville, FL, 5-6 May 2014''' ...yle="background:#D58B28;text-align:center;font-size:9pt" | Quick Links for Collections for the 21st Century Symposium
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  • ...nclude field trips to two nearby natural areas, the opportunity to work in collections at the Florida Museum of Natural History, or touring exhibits at FLMNH.
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  • ...at SPNHC 2014. The symposium is jointly sponsored by iDigBio and the Small Collections Network (SCNet). ! colspan="2" style="background:#D58B28;width:200px;font-size:10pt" | Small Collections Symposium SPNHC 2014
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  • ...ach specimen’s original location. For most specimens in natural history collections, locality data are represented by text. However, to be maximally useful, l ...kground:#D58B28;width:200px;font-size:8t" | Georeferencing Natural History Collections Botany2014
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  • ...background:#D58B28;width:200px;font-size:10pt" | Digitized natural history collections symposium Botany 2014 ...xt-align:center;font-size:9pt" | Quick Links for Digitized natural history collections symposium Botany 2014
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  • ...and challenges in small collections and museums, and Reaching out to small collections. ! colspan="2" style="background:#D58B28;width:200px;font-size:10pt" | Small Collections Symposium SPNHC 2015
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  • ..."background:#D58B28;width:200px;font-size:10pt" | Managing Natural History Collections Data for Global Discoverability |[https://www.idigbio.org/content/managing-natural-history-collections-data-global-discoverability Managing NHC Data Announcement]
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  • ...issue_id=361 No specimen left behind: mass digitization of natural history collections (Zookeys Special Issue)] ...s.php?id=2914 InvertNet: a new paradigm for digital access to invertebrate collections (Zookeys article)]
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  • ...ration of data from the Triplehorn Insect Collection with the Southwestern Collections of Arthropods Network= ...s. The project is a partnership with an existing project, the Southwestern Collections of Arthropods Network (SCAN), and will more than double the available data
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  • ...hange#Digitization PEN: Partnership to the Fossil Insect Collaborative for Collections at the University of California Museum of Paleontology]] =Digitization PEN: Partnership to the Fossil Insect Collaborative for Collections at the University of California Museum of Paleontology=
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  • ...on PEN: Partnership to the Existing New England Vascular Plant Network for Collections at the New York Botanical Garden= ...iam and Lynda Steere Herbarium (NY) proposes to join the existing Thematic Collections Network (TCN) entitled, Mobilizing New England Vascular Plant Specimen Data
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  • == Digitization TCN: Creating The Microfungi Collections Consortium: A Networked Approach to Digitizing Small Fungi with Large Impac |[[The Microfungi Collections Consortium: A Networked Approach to Digitizing Small Fungi with Large Impac
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  • #REDIRECT [[Symbiota Collections of Arthropods Network (SCAN)]]
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  • ...iated PENs, currently funded by the Advancing Digitization of Biodiversity Collections (ADBC) project: (TCN) [[Documenting Marine Biodiversity through Digitization of Invertebrate Collections (DigIn)]]: DigIn
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  • ...mpacts on biodiversity; and greater use of and appreciation for scientific collections by non-scientists through access to specimen images and related data. <li> Reconstruction of degraded/impacted biotas using baseline data from collections for restoring native invertebrate communities.</li>
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  • ....3 million North American lichen and bryophyte specimens from more than 60 collections to address questions of how species distributions change after major enviro <li>Can mapping of historic and recent lichen and bryophyte collections be used to document such changes and can these organisms be used as bioindi
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  • ...ricultural pests. This project will unify some eight million records in 34 collections to answer how the distributions and phenologies of the plants, pests and pa
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  • |[[Small Collections Symposium SPNHC 2015 | Small Collections Symposium, SPNHC 2015, Florida Museum of Natural History, Gainesville, FL |[https://www.idigbio.org/content/idigbio-and-entomological-collections-network-team-successful-ecn-annual-meeting ECN 2014 Report]
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  • ...ations that either contribute to the collections or that use data from the collections. ... the vocabularies address such concerns as the management of the media and collections, descriptions of their content, their taxonomic, geographic, and temporal c
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  • |valign="top"|[https://redmine.idigbio.org/issues/3252 Additional MAM Collections] ...edmine/issues/1784 Texas A&M University Biodiversity Research and Teaching Collections - TCWC]
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  • |valign="top"|Advancing Digitization of Biodiversity Collections ... digitized information (including images) residing in vouchered scientific collections across the United States.
    33 KB (4,698 words) - 13:33, 23 May 2016
  • This table provides acronymns, abbreviations, research and collections tools, terms, and organizations and projects useful to the iDigBio communit |valign="top"|Advancing Digitization of Biodiversity Collections
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  • == A Guide to Digitizing Insect Collections, by Sarah Ashworth and Jennifer Fogarty, 55 pages. == ...lection so it is more rigorous and careful than may be necessary for other collections, particularly the archive protocol. The user should take or leave whatever
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  • ...Train the Trainers Workshop:<br>Expanding the Biodiversity Natural History Collections Georeferencing Community = ...works (TCNs), PENs and others in engaged in the digitization of biological collections in the United States. The workshop will cover tools and techniques used to
    32 KB (4,389 words) - 11:38, 9 May 2018
  • == A Guide to Digitizing Insect Collections, by Sarah Ashworth and Jennifer Fogarty, 55 pages == ...lection so it is more rigorous and careful than may be necessary for other collections, particularly the archive protocol. The user should take or leave whatever
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  • ... of life's diversity in all its abundance and variation across nature. The collections from Colorado will add information about high altitude lichens and bryophyt ...of Biological Collections through the Advancing Digitization of Biological Collections program and all data resulting from this award will be available through th
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  • ...rently consists of 16 members from across the biodiversity natural history collections community from east coast to west coast. If you'd like to get involved, sim *Rationale: Current georeferencing workflows available in the natural history collections community today often result in projects georeferencing the same localities
    5 KB (743 words) - 11:53, 17 May 2015
  • As applied to natural history collections data, georeferencing is the process of determining geographic coordinates ( ...for translating textual locality descriptions associated with biodiversity collections data into geographic coordinates. In addition to the automated processing o
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  • ...et NSF expectations to offer services indiscriminately to all biodiversity collections professionals, iDigBio endeavors to provide video streaming and/or recordin
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  • ...content/biological-collections-databases iDigBio Documentation: Biological Collections Databases, Tools, and Portals] [[ScioQualis| ScioQualis Online Collections Management]]
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  • ...ng tools for the digitization of biological and paleontological scientific collections. ''These are not necessarily available for widescale use, and potential us ...dsourcing) to digitise biodiversity data that is locked up in biodiversity collections, field notebooks and survey sheets.”
    12 KB (1,680 words) - 13:08, 3 September 2014
  • ...e context of the digitization of biological and paleontological scientific collections.
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  • ...?pims_id=503559 NSF Program Officers], and other digitization projects and collections working with iDigBio. The IAC meets regularly to report on progress in digi
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