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Biota : putting real specimen identifiers at the center John T. Longino, University of Utah
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• History • Description • Derek's Questions • User Audience • GBIF • Barcoding • Georeferencing • Web • Security • Pros/Cons • Specimen Barcodes/Records
specimen collection species code deposited owned by determined by date det. medium stage/sex collection locality date collected collected by method habitat species code genus subgenus Specime n Table Species Table Collection Table species
• Derek's Questions • User Audience • Small to medium size collections • Biodiversity inventory projects • Single investigators
• Derek's Questions • GBIF No?
• Derek's Questions • Barcoding Definitely!
• Derek's Questions • Georeferencing • latitude and longitude • GPS error • Extent • Maximum error (GPS error + extent) • Datum
• Derek's Questions • Web • Export static pages • On-board web server • Biota 4Dserver/4Dclient
• Derek's Questions • Security
• Derek's Questions • Pros/Cons Pros: • Great manual • Cheap • Simple • Specimen Codes • Core function • Flexible Cons: • Limited field structure • Obsolescence (no support)
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JTLINBio sp1 JTL 2001 identdepositeddet bydet date sp1 JTL 2001
JTLINBio sp2 JTL 2003 identdepositeddet bydet date sp1 JTL 2001
JTLINBio sp2 JTL MCZ 2003 identdepositeddet bydet date sp1 JTL 2001 MCZ sp2 JTL MCZ 2003
JTLINBio sp3 JTL MCZ 2007 identdepositeddet bydet date sp1 JTL 2001 MCZ sp2 JTL MCZ 2003
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Enlightenment Feminism Christina Bell. The Omeka site.
Publishing Sensitive Data Kyle Braak Programmer GBIF Secretariat Training course on data cleaning and data publishing Nairobi, February.
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TREMA Tree Management and Mapping software Raintop Computing - Oxford.
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ASC Annual Meeting June 9, 2001University of Michigan - University Library Flora and Fauna of the Great Lakes Region: A Multimedia Digital Collection.
Database Management Using Microsoft Access Xinhua Chen, Ph.D. Chinese Association of Professionals in Science and Technology March 23, 2003.
Scratchpads The virtual research environment for biodiversity data Simon Rycroft, Dave Roberts, Vince Smith, Alice Heaton, Katherine Bouton, Laurence Livermore,
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The New GBIF Data Portal Web Services and Tools Donald Hobern GBIF Deputy Director for Informatics October 2006.
Mid-Term GBIF Committees Meetings eLearning Alberto González Talaván Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF) May 2011.
EECE 310: Software Engineering Modular Decomposition, Abstraction and Specifications.
IPlant cyberifrastructure to support ecological modeling Presented at the Species Distribution Modeling Group at the American Museum of Natural History.
Community Building and Collaborative Georeferencing using GEOLocate Nelson E. Rios & Henry L. Bart Jr. Tulane University Museum of Natural History.
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