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Thursday, August 23
 

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Wednesday, August 29
 

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Thursday, August 30
 

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A Royal Pain, But Worth It: New Storage for Old Collections The LinkDeborah Harding Digitizing EPICC Data: Trials and Tribulations in Translating 100 Year Old Data The LinkHolly Little Museum, Library and Archives Partnership: Leveraging Digitized Data from Historical Sources The LinkLinda S. Ford • Constance Rinaldo New Systematics & Collections coordinatoring group for New Zealand The LinkDean Peterson Osteo Preparation Lab: Preserving the Smithsonian Tradition of Collections Access and Collections-based Research The LinkDaniella Haigler The Treasure of George Vernon Hudson The LinkJulia Kasper Think of Me When I Am Gone: Assessing Faculty Archives at the Yale Peabody Museum The LinkMaureen DaRos White An Integrative Approach to Rehousing the Herpetology Collection The LinkKatie Date Betwixt and Between: Bridging the Gap Between Field and Repository The LinkMeghan A Grizzle Care of Thermal Printed Labels The LinkJennifer Winifred Trimble Establishing Legal Title for Non-Accessioned Collections: All Collections Matter The LinkKelsey Falquero • Jessica Nakano • Katherine Roberts Implementing 'Museum Victoria Wireless Input System for EMu (MVWISE)' Barcoding for Location Management of a Wet Type Collection The LinkChris Rowley • Joanne Taylor Making Education Collections Safe to Touch: Safety Assessments and Data Maintenance The LinkKelsey Falquero • Jessica Nakano • Katherine Roberts Replacement of Formalin-Acetic Acid-Alcohol Solution (FAA) in Herbarium Spirit Collections The LinkBronwyn Collins Revitalization of the University of Iowa's Bird Egg Collection after 100 Years of Dormancy The LinkCindy E. Opitz Taming Extinct Beasts: Strategies, Projects, and Metrics for Managing the World’s Largest Fossil Collection, the United States National Fossil Collection at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History The LinkKathy Hollis The National Collection of Arachnida, South Africa: Making the Collection more Accessible The LinkPetro Marais Why are our Jar Lids Crumbling? The LinkJennifer Winifred Trimble A Plant Based Artefact as a Document of War. Conservation and Preservation of a Wreath made of Yellow Everlasting and Purging Flax, Found on a Warsaw Insurgent’s Grave The LinkDorota Rakowska Can Lightning Strike Twice? The Reassembly of the Karnak Fulgurite at Museums Victoria The LinkDanielle Measday Exploring Skeletal Preparation Techniques: Recuration of Botswana Mammals from a 1969 Expedition Using TergazymeTM The LinkHannah Selvey • Jeff Stephenson Fibres in Meise Botanic Garden: A Future for Heritage Collections? The LinkHenry Engledow Little-known Dangers to Natural History Collections: Bynesian Decay and Pyrite Decay The LinkRodrigo B Salvador Mitigation of Mercury Contamination in an Ore Collection The LinkLeslie Hale Scanning Electron Microscopy as a Tool to Observe the Effects of Simulated Conservation Treatment on Herbarium Specimens The LinkMagdalena Grenda-Kurmanow Silcone-Based Solvents and Emulsions for Cleaning Natural Science Specimens: Case Studies from the Otago Museum and Museums Victoria. The LinkDanielle Measday • Nyssa Mildwaters The Conservation of a Victorian Taxidermy Display Case The LinkFelicity Bolton • Grace Lai Botanicalcollections.be: The New Virtual Herbarium of Meise Botanic Garden (BR) The LinkHenry Engledow Bringing Sternberg Museum Fossils into the 21st Century The LinkChristina Byrd Bryophytes of Ghana The LinkAnthony Adu-Gyamfi DoeDat, the Crowdsourcing Platform of Meise Botanic Garden The LinkQuentin Groom Efficient Digitisation of Unaccessioned Specimens in a Large Vertebrate Fossil Collection to Enhance Data Quality and Mitigate Risk The LinkTim Ziegler From Field to Filed: Minimising and Mitigating Risks of Data Error and Loss in a Vertebrate Zoology Collection The LinkKaren K. Roberts Leveraging Collective Experience to Digitize the Fossil Insects of Los Angeles The LinkAustin J. Hendy Managing Data in the NIWA Invertebrate Collection: Past and Present Methodology The LinkDiana Macpherson Southeast Asian Butterfly Project The LinkMax Caspers Improving Security for Natural Science Collections at the Michigan State University Museum The LinkLaura Abraczinskas Launching a Risk Assessment Project The LinkGretchen Anderson Life on the Wellington Fault: Managing Geological Collections and Earthquake Risk The LinkDelia T. Strong Unmounted Doesn’t Mean Unprocessed: A Case Study of Exporting Australian Herbarium Specimens The LinkSarah Hirst Pokémon Day at the Sternberg: Using Pop-Culture to Teach Principles of Evolution The LinkEdward Shelburne Sharing knowledge – Innovative Solutions from New Zealand Taxonomic Collections The LinkAdrienne Stanton • Sarah Tassell A Challenge to Integrate Bioinformatics and Biodiversity Informatics Data as Museomics The LinkTakeru Nakazato African Biodiversity Challenge: Integrating Freshwater Biodiversity Information to Guide Informed Decision-Making in Rwanda The LinkYvette Umurungi Applying Design Thinking in Revising Data Curation of Taiwanese Herbaria The LinkChihjen Ko Bioschemas & Schema.org: a Lightweight Semantic Layer for Life Sciences Websites The LinkFranck Michel Bringing a Semantic MediaWiki Flora to Life The LinkJocelyn Pender Darwin Core Spatial Processor (DwCSP): a Fast Biodiversity Occurrences Curator The LinkRégine Vignes-Lebbe Freshwater Biodiversity of the Eastern Highlands of Zimbabwe: Assessing Conservation Priorities Using Primary Species-Occurrence Data The LinkKudzai Mafuwe Freshwater Biodiversity Platform (FBP): an Integrated Information Management System of Freshwater Ecosystem for the Conservation and Sustainable Use of Biodiversity The LinkYe-seul Kwan GBIF Benin's Data Portal The LinkFabien Cavière • Marie-Elise Lecoq Korean Bio-resource Information System (KOBIS) : the Nationwide Infrastructure for Collecting and Integrating Biological Resource Information in Korea The LinkSeong-Jin Park National Scientific Validation for Data in the Information System on Nature and Landscapes (Système d'Information sur la Nature et les Paysages - SINP) The LinkRémy Jomier Possibilities and Pitfalls with Establishing a National Data Store for Natural Science Collections The LinkBrenda Daly REBIOMA Data Portal, Tool for Conservation Planning in Madagascar The LinkRabetrano Tsiky TaxonWorks: A Use Case in Documenting Complex Biological Relationships The LinkValeria Trivellone TaxonWorks: a Use Case in Documenting of Etymology of Generic Names in Auchenorrhyncha (Hemiptera) The LinkDmitry A. Dmitriev Workflow and Current Achievements of BIOfid, an Information Service Mobilizing Biodiversity Data from Literature Sources The LinkChristine Driller Poster Session The Link

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