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  • Article OPEN
    E Louise Allan; Laurence Livermore; Benjamin Price; Olha Shchedrina; Vincent Smith;
    (2019)
    Publisher: Pensoft Publishers
    Abstract The Natural History Museum, London (NHM) has embarked on an ambitious programme to digitise its collections. One aim of the programme has been to improve the workflows and infrastructure needed to support high-throughput digitisation and create comprehensive di...
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    Koureas, Dimitrios; Addink, Wouter; Hardisty, Alex;
    (2018)
    Publisher: Pensoft Publishers
    DiSSCo (The Distributed System of Scientific Collections) is a Research Infrastructure (RI) aiming at providing unified physical (transnational), remote (loans) and virtual (digital) access to the approximately 1.5 billion biological and geological specimens in collecti...
  • Article English OPEN
    Casino, Ana; Raes, Niels; Addink, Wouter; Woodburn, Matt;
    (2019)
    Publisher: Pensoft Publishers
    Natural Science Collections (NSCs) contain specimen-related data from which we extract valuable information for science and policy. Openness of those collections facilitates development of science. Moreover, virtual accessibility to physical containers by means of their...
  • Report English OPEN
    Agosti Donat; Egloff Will;
    (2019)
    Introduction This report summarises the outputs of Deliverable 7.1 under Work Package 7 – the policy component of the ICEDIG project website. As described in Milestones 41-43, this deliverable comprises a dashboard showing outputs from the institutional policy analysis ...
  • Report English OPEN
    Runnel Veljo; Wijers Agnes;
    (2019)
    Citizen science (CS) is generally understood as public, volunteer participation in scientific research1,2. Kullenberg and Kasperowski demonstrated that citizen science is composed of three main strands of research – in one strand biology, conservation and ecology, and t...
  • Conference object, Article English OPEN
    Raes, Niels; van Egmond, Emily; Addink, Wouter; Hardisty, Alex;
    (2019)
    Publisher: Pensoft Publishers
    DiSSCo – the Distributed System of Scientific Collections – will mobilise, unify and deliver bio- and geo-diversity information at the scale, form and precision required by scientific communities, and thereby transform a fragmented landscape into a coherent and responsi...
  • Report English OPEN
    Mathias Dillen; Quentin Groom; Alex Hardisty;
    (2019)
    The collection management system (CMS) is a key tool for an institution. It provides numerous functions in cataloging and managing a collection, but is also the source of data that underpins research. It is a large investment for an institution and it must be supported ...
  • Report English OPEN
    Phillips Sarah; Dillen Mathias; Groom Quentin; Green Laura; Weech Marie- Hélène; Wijkamp Noortje;
    (2019)
    Distributed Systems of Scientific Collections (DiSSCo) will facilitate the production of tens of millions of natural history specimen collection images along with their labels each year. The labels of these specimens contain valuable information for research studi...
  • Report English OPEN
    van Walsum Myriam; van der Mije Steven; Wijers Agnes; Willemse Luc;
    (2019)
    The topic of this report is applications of conventional photography and automated imaging for three-dimensional dry collections. No automated imaging solutions were found for these types of specimens which is due to variability of material and complexity of ha...
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    Raes, Niels; van Egmond, Emily; Casino, Ana; Woodburn, Matt; Paul, Deborah L;
    (2019)
    Publisher: Pensoft Publishers
    With digitisation of natural history collections over the past decades, their traditional roles — for taxonomic studies and public education — have been greatly expanded into the fields of biodiversity assessments, climate change impact studies, trait analyses, sequenci...
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