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Tuesday, July 28th

Tuesday, July 28th, 10:00 am to 2:15 pm · /
Symposium: Biodiversity Research Collecting Is More Important Than Ever—Ushering in a Collecting Renaissance
0July 28th 10:00 am/Biodiversity Research Collecting Is More Important Than Ever—Ushering in a Collecting RenaissanceSymposium PresentationMast, Austin; Sweeney, Patrick.Specimen Collecting
Herbaria
Biodiversity Informatics
National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON)
Specimen Digitization
iNaturalist
Floristics
Biotic Anomalies
0001July 28th 10:00 am/Assessing Two Centuries of Herbarium Specimen Collecting Effort in New England, with an Eye Towards Guiding Collecting in the FutureSymposium PresentationSweeney, Patrick.
0002July 28th 10:30 am/Adjusting Collecting Practices to Create “Born Extended” SpecimensSymposium PresentationThiers, Barbara.collections
biodiversity specimens
0003July 28th 11:00 am/Collecting Natural History Specimens to Monitor Change: The NEON Biorepository as a Test CaseSymposium PresentationYule, Kelsey.Herbarium
Ecology
evolution
stable isotope ecology
Ecosystem
global change
climate change
Invasive species
neon
National Ecological Observatory Network
phenology
Belowground Biomass
Foliar Chemistry
microbial ecology
Litterfall
genomics
algae
lichen
bryophyte
Biodiversity
bioinformatics
aquatic plant
population dynamics
Plant Community
Macroecology
0004July 28th 11:30 am/The biodiversity crisis, plant exploration, and species discovery in the Greater Antilles: the roles of floristics, phylogenetics and monographic studies Symposium PresentationMajure, Lucas.Biodiversity
Greater Antilles
Cactaceae
Melastomataceae
Floristics
monographs
July 28th 12:00 pm/Break
0006July 28th 12:30 pm/Historical Descriptions of Biotic Anomalies on Specimen Labels Inform Efforts to Mobilize Collectors on the Front Lines of Observing Change TodaySymposium PresentationMast, Austin; Pearson, Katelin; Buckley, Mikayla.Anomaly Detection
biodiversity specimens
Herbarium
Machine Learning
Collectors
citizen science
Crowdsourcing
global change
0007July 28th 1:00 pm/Expediting Specimen Label Creation and Record Transcription Using Born-Digital Field NotesSymposium PresentationPowell, Caleb; Motley, Jacob; Shaw, Joey.born-digital
Digitization
biodiversity specimens
data integration
natural history
0008July 28th 1:30 pm/Using iNaturalist to enhance herbarium collectionsSymposium PresentationIsaac, Bonnie; Heberling, Mason.Herbarium
iNaturalist
collecting
0009July 28th 2:00 pm/Strategically Targeting Under-Collected Areas to Increase Our Understanding of Species Status and Distribution at a State-wide LevelSymposium PresentationFeist, Mary Ann.

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