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The 2 ½ day workshop will be held at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science from November 16th – 18th, 2022, with sessions ranging from principles and practices of 21st Century field collection and specimen preparation (physical and digital) to curation and specimen record dissemination. The attached PDF provides the conceptual framework for holding the workshop, in addition to an overview of the topics to be addressed in November.
 
The 2 ½ day workshop will be held at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science from November 16th – 18th, 2022, with sessions ranging from principles and practices of 21st Century field collection and specimen preparation (physical and digital) to curation and specimen record dissemination. The attached PDF provides the conceptual framework for holding the workshop, in addition to an overview of the topics to be addressed in November.
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General Information

When: November 16-18, 2022
Where: Denver Museum of Nature & Science
Organizers: Patrick O’Connor, Ohio University; David Krause, Denver Museum of Nature & Science
Expected number of participants: 20 - 30

Participant List

Goal

To develop 21st Century perspectives, skills, and partnerships for assembling deep-time data (e.g., fossils, environments, climates) from historic and contemporary natural history collections. This workshop is designed to develop strong collaborative networks across specialties and institutions to facilitate accessibility and sustainability of current collections and the robust establishment of future collections.

Overview

Entitled ‘Assembling Continental Biotas from the Cretaceous of Gondwana’, this effort will bring together perspectives from scientists, students, museum collections and records staff, preparators, data managers, and curators from several institutions and countries in the context of the developing fossil record from many regions of the former supercontinent of Gondwana.

The 2 ½ day workshop will be held at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science from November 16th – 18th, 2022, with sessions ranging from principles and practices of 21st Century field collection and specimen preparation (physical and digital) to curation and specimen record dissemination. The attached PDF provides the conceptual framework for holding the workshop, in addition to an overview of the topics to be addressed in November.

Logistic information

Agenda

Resources