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Rendering value to over 350 years of natural history collections: e-ReColNat a digital platform for the environment and society
Julien Husson
DigiWeb – quality driven workflow environment for digitisation of natural history specimens
Tero Mononen, Riitta Tegelberg, Mira Sääskilahti, Markku A. Huttunen, Marko Tähtinen, Hannu Saarenmaa
The DINA consortium
Markus Skyttner, Kevin Holston, Ida Li, Ingimar Erlingsson, Stefan Daume, Karin Karlsson, Fredrik Ronquist
The generic citizen science biodiversity data application ‘anymals + plants’
Falko Glöckler, Alexander Kroupa, Daniel Zitterbart, Thomas Uher, Marco Uher, Gregor Hagedorn
Project Bio-API
Jeroen Snijders, Wouter Addink, Daphne Duin, Ayco Holleman, Wilfred Gerritsen, Ruud Alternburg, Maarten van der Velde

S01. Symposium: Biodiversity Informatics workflows and services

Workflow Support for Continuous Data Quality Control in a FilteredPush Network
Bertram Ludaescher, James Hanken, David Lowery, James Macklin, Paul J Morris, Robert Morris, Tianhong Song

S02. Symposium: Biodiversity Data Quality - issues, methods and tools

Two approaches to finding botanical duplicate occurrences (and other relations among specimens) in the face of noisy data
Robert A Morris, James Hanken, David B. Lowery, Bertram Ludäscher, James A. Macklin, Chuck McCallum, Paul J. Morris, Tianhong Song

S04. Names-based Architecture for Linking Biodiversity Data

Fauna Europaea – future perspectives
Florian Tobias Wetzel, Yde de Jong, Falko Glöckler, Günther Korb, Anton Güntsch, Andreas Kohlbecker, Andreas Müller, Christoph Häuser, Gregor Hagedorn

S05. Access to digitisation tools and methods

Discovery and access to digitisation tools and methods
Elspeth M Haston, Robert Cubey
The Open Drawer Project - Providing free access to high resolution images of entomological collection drawers
Alexander Kroupa, Falko Glöckler, Bernhard Schurian, Felix Maier, Stefan Schmidt, Gregor Hagedorn, Christoph Häuser
Moving beyond the box: automating the digitisation of insect collections
Pieter Holtzhausen, Stéfan van der Walt, Alice Heaton, Laurence Livermore, Vladimir Blagoderov, Ben Price, Lawrence Hudson, Vincent Smith
Capturing Inventory level information about collections as a step in object to image to data workflows
Paul J Morris, James Hanken, David Lowery, Bertram Ludäscher, James A. Macklin, Robert A Morris, Tianhong Song, Patrick Sweeney
Enriching the legacy literature with OCR corrections and text-mined semantic metadata
Riza Batista-Navarro, Aminul Islam, William Ulate, Jennifer Hammock, Axel Soto, Sophia Ananiadou, Evangelos Milios
Discussion: Access to Digitisation Tools and Methods (data)
Elspeth M Haston, Deborah Paul, Vincent Smith
Discussion: Access to Digitisation Tools and Methods (linking and management)
Elspeth M Haston, Deborah Paul, Vincent Smith

S06. Distributed Open-Source Development of Collection Management Systems (DINA-Consortium)

Digital representations of the collection objects in the Museum für Naturkunde Berlin
Falko Glöckler, Jana Hoffmann, Gregor Hagedorn
Valorization over 350 years of natural history collections: e-ReColNat a digital platform for the environment and society
Julien Husson

S07. ABCD 3: Which Way to Go?

BioCASe, ABCD and its extensions
Joerg Holetschek
A community platform for the development and documentation of the ABCD standard
Jana Hoffmann
Using the Harvesting and Indexing Toolkit in Special Interest Networks
Patricia Kelbert, Gabriele Droege, Jörg Holetschek, Anton Güntsch
Discussion
Joerg Holetschek, Gabriele Dröge

S09. Biodiversity data synthesis and discovery at a Tree of Life scale

Arbor: Comparative Analysis Workflows for the Tree of Life
Luke J Harmon
TraitBank: Integrating Trait Data Across The Tree of Life
Katja Sabine Schulz, Jennifer Hammock, Cynthia Parr

S11. Citizen science: a growing approach to biodiversity monitoring

Texas Parks and Wildlife Department uses iNaturalist to collect natural heritage data
Cullen Keaton Hanks
Are biodiversity data gaps in urban areas a social justice issue?
Angelique Greer Hjarding
Tuning the Citizen Science “Instrument” for Gathering Biodiversity Data and Maintaining Data Quality
Robert D. Stevenson, Yurong He, HeeJun Kim, Todd E Suomela

W03. Software Solutions for Data Management

The BioCASe Monitor Service - A tool for monitoring progress and quality of data provision through distributed data networks
Jana Hoffmann, Falko Glöckler
Edaphobase: a new online soil zoological data warehouse
Ulrich Burkhardt, David J. Russell, Hubert Höfer, Stephan Lesch, Sebastian Rick, Jörg Römbke, Willi E.R. Xylander
ETC: From description to matrix and beyond in a web-based toolbox
Thomas Rodenhausen, Hong Cui, Fengqiong Huang, Bertram Ludäscher, James Macklin, Bob Morris, Shizhuo Yu
BExIS 2 – a flexible data management platform for Biodiversity
Roman Gerlach, David Blaa, Javad Chamanara, Martin Hohmuth, Nafiseh Navabpour, Sven Thiel, Birgitta König-Ries

C01. Contributed Papers Citizen Science & Crowdsourcing

Lessons learned - The generic citizen science biodiversity data application ‘anymals + plants’
Falko Glöckler, Daniel Zitterbart, Thomas Uher, Marco Uher, Alexander Kroupa, Gregor Hagedorn

C02. Contributed Papers Trait & Ecology & Conservation Informatics

Edible insects and food security in DR Congo
Papy Miankeba Nsevolo, Rudy Caparros Megido, Christophe Blecker, Sabine Danthine, Paul Aman, Eric Haubruge, Taofic Alabi, Frederic Francis

C04. Contributed Papers Emerging Platforms

BiNHum: powerful access to Natural History Collections
Christian Köhler, Peter Grobe, Maik Röder, Joachim Holstein, Jörg Lange, Anita Roth-Nebelsick, Christopher Traiser, Hubert Höfer, Florian Raub, Anton Güntsch, Gabriele Dröge, Patricia Kelbert, Dagmar Triebel, Anton Link, Markus Weiss, Dieter Neubacher, Tanja Weibulat

C05. Contributed Papers Technical Topics

ecoRelevé: Data made simple
Rovellotti Olivier, Julie Chabalier, Yves Hingrat


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