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=== Agenda ===
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== Agenda ==
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Day 1 September 17th 3-5 pm
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Introduction to spatial concepts (Datum, coordinate types, projections)
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Data quality and standards for the SoRo project
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Quick guide to georeferencing
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Uncertainty values
  
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Day 2 September 19th 3-5 pm
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Tips for recording better data in the field
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Georeferencing Software (National Geographic TOPO!, GeoLocate)
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Using GeoLocate
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Types of Georeferences with examples to geocode
  
== Workshop Logistics ==
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Day 3 September 24th 3-5 pm
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Bring your data
  
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== Participants ==
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J Ryan Allen; University of Colorado Herbarium Lead Instructor
  
==== Contact for Questions or Problems ====
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'''Participants'''
  
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Tina Ayers; Deaver Herbarium at Northern Arizona University
  
==== Travel ====
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Robin Bingham; Western State University
  
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Sarah Dutton; Lead Digitizer for SoRo at the New York Botanical Garden
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Mark Gabel; Black Hills State University
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Alexander Henrie; Georeferencing for Deaver Herbarium at Northern Arizona University
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Jacob Jensen; High Plains Herbarium Chadron State College
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Grace Kostel; Black Hills State
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Steven B. Rolfsmeier; High Plains Herbarium. Chadron State College
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Larry Schmidt; University of Wyoming
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Phil Tonne; University of New Mexico
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== Workshop Logistics ==
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The workshop will be held over Zoom
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Please try to login before the workshop to make sure you have all of the software you need.
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https://cuboulder.zoom.us/j/5296353342
  
 
== Workshop Resources ==
 
== Workshop Resources ==
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Please make sure to download these resources.
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Georeferencing Quick Guide
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I would suggest printing this out while we work through georeferences
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https://botanydb.colorado.edu/GeoreferencingQuickGuide.pdf
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Biogeomancers Guider to Best Practices in Georeferencing
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This is worth a full read with the goal of familiarity. Lots of examples, but mostly we end up using the Quick Guide.
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https://botanydb.colorado.edu/Best_Practices_Guide_Georeferencing.pdf
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Georeferencing Calculator (Uncertainty)original Biogeomancer version is no longer online.
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http://41.242.99.131/sigcalc/source/gci2.html
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Slides for Day One
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https://botanydb.colorado.edu/Digitization_2019_Georeference_17_September.pptx
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Slides for Day Two
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https://botanydb.colorado.edu/Digitization_2019_Georeference_19_September.pptx
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Slides for Day Three
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https://botanydb.colorado.edu/Digitization_2019_Georeference_24_September.pptx
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Workshop Word Document to provide comments and or take group notes
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https://docs.google.com/document/d/11DrdaI0HvAlcXPsQQL1GNdXKCm8USU8DQ17iaYSam4I/edit
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Spreadsheet to enter georeferences
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https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Yt_tA-GxWS8tMolgyQkGfBTrr2zJSS-dBPqk2K54tXU/edit#gid=0

Latest revision as of 14:16, 19 November 2019

Workshop Summary

This workshop is for Southern Rocky Mountain (SoRo) TCN only. In this workshop we will cover topics including spatial acumen (datum, projections coordinate types), an overview of best practices, minimum data standards (fields to fill out how to derive uncertainty and when not to georeference) and move into hands on work georeferencing SoRo specimens.

This workshop will be broken into three shorter sessions that will occur 17th, 19th and 24th of September from 3-5 mountain.


Agenda

Day 1 September 17th 3-5 pm Introduction to spatial concepts (Datum, coordinate types, projections) Data quality and standards for the SoRo project Quick guide to georeferencing Uncertainty values

Day 2 September 19th 3-5 pm Tips for recording better data in the field Georeferencing Software (National Geographic TOPO!, GeoLocate) Using GeoLocate Types of Georeferences with examples to geocode

Day 3 September 24th 3-5 pm Bring your data

Participants

J Ryan Allen; University of Colorado Herbarium Lead Instructor

Participants

Tina Ayers; Deaver Herbarium at Northern Arizona University

Robin Bingham; Western State University

Sarah Dutton; Lead Digitizer for SoRo at the New York Botanical Garden

Mark Gabel; Black Hills State University

Alexander Henrie; Georeferencing for Deaver Herbarium at Northern Arizona University

Jacob Jensen; High Plains Herbarium Chadron State College

Grace Kostel; Black Hills State

Steven B. Rolfsmeier; High Plains Herbarium. Chadron State College

Larry Schmidt; University of Wyoming

Phil Tonne; University of New Mexico

Workshop Logistics

The workshop will be held over Zoom

Please try to login before the workshop to make sure you have all of the software you need.

https://cuboulder.zoom.us/j/5296353342

Workshop Resources

Please make sure to download these resources.

Georeferencing Quick Guide

I would suggest printing this out while we work through georeferences

https://botanydb.colorado.edu/GeoreferencingQuickGuide.pdf

Biogeomancers Guider to Best Practices in Georeferencing

This is worth a full read with the goal of familiarity. Lots of examples, but mostly we end up using the Quick Guide.

https://botanydb.colorado.edu/Best_Practices_Guide_Georeferencing.pdf

Georeferencing Calculator (Uncertainty)original Biogeomancer version is no longer online. http://41.242.99.131/sigcalc/source/gci2.html

Slides for Day One https://botanydb.colorado.edu/Digitization_2019_Georeference_17_September.pptx

Slides for Day Two https://botanydb.colorado.edu/Digitization_2019_Georeference_19_September.pptx

Slides for Day Three https://botanydb.colorado.edu/Digitization_2019_Georeference_24_September.pptx

Workshop Word Document to provide comments and or take group notes

https://docs.google.com/document/d/11DrdaI0HvAlcXPsQQL1GNdXKCm8USU8DQ17iaYSam4I/edit

Spreadsheet to enter georeferences

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Yt_tA-GxWS8tMolgyQkGfBTrr2zJSS-dBPqk2K54tXU/edit#gid=0