Literature

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Fisher, JR, Dowling A. P. G.2010Modern methods and technology for doing classical taxonomy
A. H. Ariño2010Approaches to estimating the universe of natural history collections data
L. C. S. Assis, Carvalho M. R.2010Key Innovations: Further Remarks on the Importance of Morphology in Elucidating Systematic Relationships and Adaptive Radiations
S. Bacher2012Still not enough taxonomists: reply to Joppa et al.
R. Baird2010Leveraging the fullest potential of scientific collections through digitization.
A. Bateman2010Curators of the world unite: the International Society of Biocuration
K. S. Bawa2010Cataloguing life in India: the taxonomic imperative
B. M. Beehler2010The forgotten science: a role for natural history in the twenty-first century?*
J. L. Bennetzen2009Biology and the beasts: individual investigator-driven research in the megaprojects era
P. Berents, Hamer, M., Chavan, V.2010Towards demand-driven publishing: approaches to the prioritization of digitization of natural history collection data.
A. S. Bernstein, Ludwig D. S.2008The importance of biodiversity to medicine
R. E. Blackwelder1954The open season on taxonomists
V. Blagoderov, Brake, I., Georgiev, T., Penev, L., Roberts, D., Ryrcroft, S., Scott, B., Agosti, D., Catapano, T., Smith, V.2010Streamlining taxonomic publication: a working example with Scratchpads and ZooKeys
R. Blaustein2009The Encyclopedia of Life: Describing Species, Unifying Biology
R. Bonney, Cooper, C. B., Dickinson, J., Kelling, S., Phillips, T., Rosenberg, K. V., Shirk, J.2009Citizen Science: A Developing Tool for Expanding Science Knowledge and Scientific Literacy
A. Bortolus2008Error Cascades in the Biological Sciences: The Unwanted Consequences of Using Bad Taxonomy in Ecology
S. Brewer, Jackson, S. T., Williams, J. W.2012Paleoecoinformatics: applying geohistorical data to ecological questions
T. Burguiere2013IKey+: A New Single-Access Key Generation Web Service
O. Béthoux2010Alternative nomenclatural procedures as a potential benefit to natural history collections
F. Carbayo, Marques A. C.2011The costs of describing the entire animal kingdom
M. R. Carvalho, Bockmann, ávioA., Amorim, D. S., ão, C. Roberto F.2008Systematics must Embrace Comparative Biology and Evolution, not Speed and Automation
V. Chavan, Krishnan S.2003Natural history collections: A call for national information infrastructure
V. Chavan, Penev L.2011The data paper: a mechanism to incentivize data publishing in biodiversity science
J. Y. Clark2003Artificial neural networks for species identification by taxonomists
C. Coleman, Lowry, J., Macfarlane, T.2010DELTA for Beginners. An introduction into the taxonomy software package DELTA
H. Constable, Guralnick, R., Wieczorek, J., Spencer, C., A. Peterson, T.2010VertNet: A New Model for Biodiversity Data Sharing
M. J. Costello, Wilson, S., Houlding, B.2013More Taxonomists Describing Significantly Fewer Species per Unit Effort May Indicate That Most Species Have Been Discovered
F. P. D. Cotterill, Foissner W.2010A pervasive denigration of natural history misconstrues how biodiversity inventories and taxonomy underpin scientific knowledge
A. R. Deans, Yoder, M. J., Balhoff, J. P.2012Time to change how we describe biodiversity
J. G. B. Derraik, Early, J. W., Closs, G. P., Dickinson, K. J. M.2010Morphospecies and taxonomic species comparison for Hymenoptera
K. G. Dexter, Pennington, T. D., Cunningham, C. W.2010Using DNA to assess errors in tropical tree identifications: How often are ecologists wrong and when does it matter?
J. L. Dickinson, Zuckerberg, B., Bonter, D. N.2010Citizen Science as an Ecological Research Tool: Challenges and Benefits
A. Dubois2011Species and “strange species” in zoology: Do we need a “unified concept of species”?
A. Dubois2010Contributions to the discussion on electronic publication IV.(6) Registration as a fourth floor of the nomenclatural process
A. Dubois2010Describing a New Species
A. Dubois2010Nomenclatural rules in zoology as a potential threat against natural history museums
A. Dubois2010Retroactive changes should be introduced in the Code only with great care: problems related to the spellings of nomina
A. Dubois2010Taxonomy in the century of extinctions: taxonomic gap, taxonomic impediment, taxonomic urgency
A. Dubois2010Zoological nomenclature in the century of extinctions: priority vs.‘usage’
A. Dubois2009Endangered species and endangered knowledge
A. Dubois2009Incorporation of nomina of higher-ranked taxa into the International Code of Zoological Nomenclature: the nomenclatural status of class-series zoological nomina published in a non-latinized form
A. Dubois2008Phylogenetic hypotheses, taxa and nomina in zoology
M. C. Ebach, de Carvalho M. R.2010Anti-intellectualism in the DNA barcoding enterprise
M. C. Ebach, Valdecasas, A. G., Wheeler, Q. D.2011Impediments to taxonomy and users of taxonomy: accessibility and impact evaluation
M. C. Ebach2011Taxonomy and the DNA Barcoding Enterprise.
H. Ejnavarzala2010DNA Barcoding: Society and technology dynamics in the Indian context
H. Enghoff, Seberg O.2006A taxonomy of taxonomy and taxonomists.
J. A. Esselstyn2007Should universal guidelines be applied to taxonomic research?
N. L. Evenhuis2008A compendium of zoological type nomenclature: A reference source.
R. D. Finn, Gardner, P. P., Bateman, A.2012Making your database available through Wikipedia: the pros and cons

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Scratchpads developed and conceived by (alphabetical): Ed Baker, Katherine Bouton Alice Heaton Dimitris Koureas, Laurence Livermore, Dave Roberts, Simon Rycroft, Ben Scott, Vince Smith