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Presentations for Program:: Floristics in North America: Current needs, priorities and opportunities

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Wednesday, July 31st

Wednesday, July 31st, 2:00 pm to 5:30 pm · Tucson J/Starr Pass
Session CO13: Colloquium: Floristics in North America
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CO13001July 31st 2:00 pmTucson J/Starr PassFloristics in North America: Current needs, priorities and opportunities
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Colloquium PresentationsSnow, Neil.Floristics
North America
Opportunities
Priorities
student projects
CO13002July 31st 2:15 pmTucson J/Starr PassBiodiversity of the Canadian Arctic flora: New floristic discoveries represent critical baseline biodiversity data
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Colloquium PresentationsGillespie, Lynn; Saarela, Jeffery; McMullin, Troy; Sokoloff, Paul; Bull, Roger.Arctic
flora
vascular plants
Lichens
Floristics
CO13003July 31st 2:30 pmTucson J/Starr PassNovel Methods for Conducting Biotic Inventories: Digitizing and Publishing Floristic Research within SEINet and other Symbiota Data Portals
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Colloquium PresentationsGilbert, Edward; Franz, Nico.biodiversity
Floristic Inventory
SEINet
Symbiota
Humboldt Core
vouchers
specimen duplicates
Darwin Core Archives
Pensoft
CO13004July 31st 2:45 pmTucson J/Starr PassThe full story on plant biodiversity: Botanical collections and quantitative ecological data richly complement each other
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Colloquium PresentationsAlba, Christina; Levy, Richard; Islam, Melissa; Hufft, Rebecca.Species Richness
Species Abundance
CO13005July 31st 3:00 pmTucson J/Starr PassTexas Floristics in the 21st Century: From Documentation to Conservation
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Colloquium PresentationsTaylor, Kim.Floristics
conservation
Texas
July 31st 3:15 pmTucson J/Starr PassBreak
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CO13007July 31st 3:45 pmTucson J/Starr PassFloristics as a foundation for training students broadly in plant and fungal diversity
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Colloquium PresentationsSnow, Neil; Lendemer, James.Floristics
fungi
lichenized fungi
vascular plants
broad training in systematics
CO13008July 31st 4:15 pmTucson J/Starr PassThe Reluctant Floristician: Supporting a Herbarium at an R1 Institution via Contract Floristic Work
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Colloquium PresentationsZomlefer, Wendy; Giannasi, David.Floristics
plant survey
vouchers
CO13009July 31st 4:30 pmTucson J/Starr PassDigital North American Floristics at Your Fingertips
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Colloquium PresentationsKartesz, John.
CO13010July 31st 5:00 pmTucson J/Starr PassFloristics, the Specialist Network, and the (Un)Informed Consumer
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Colloquium PresentationsErtter, Barbara.Floristics
annotations
informed consumers
specialist network
Agricultural College Land Act
datasets
July 31st 5:15 pmTucson J/Starr PassDiscussion
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