Here is a bit more information on the "Inaugural Digital Data in Biodiversity Research Conference" to be held at the University of Michigan on.
The conference will highlight the multiple uses of digitized data in biodiversity research.
Plenary speakers include:
Beth Brainerd, Brown University, Dori Contreras, University of California, Berkeley, Mike Donoghue, Yale University, Dan Fisher, University of Michigan, Lawrence Hudson, Natural History Museum, London, Maureen Kearney, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, Peter McCartney, U. S. National Science Foundation, Stephen Smith, University of Michigan, Pam Soltis, University of Florida,Adam Summers, University of Washington, Mike Webster, Cornell University.
Three workshops will be offered.
1. Digital Data and the North American Nodes of the Global Biodiversity Information Facility
Registration for students is $20
Registration for all others is $50
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