AuthorsYearsort descendingTitle
R. E. Blackwelder1954The open season on taxonomists
K. Vernon1993Desperately seeking status: evolutionary systematics and the taxonomists' search for respectability 1940-60
K. Vernon1993Desperately seeking status: Evolutionary Systematics and the taxonomists' search for respectability 1940–60
J. A. McNeely2002The role of taxonomy in conserving biodiversity
J. Y. Clark2003Artificial neural networks for species identification by taxonomists
V. Chavan, Krishnan S.2003Natural history collections: A call for national information infrastructure
J. Soberon, Peterson T.2004Biodiversity informatics: managing and applying primary biodiversity data
A. L. L. A. N. F. O'CONNELL, Gilbert, A. T., Hatfield, J. S.2004Contribution of natural history collection data to biodiversity assessment in national parks
H. Enghoff, Seberg O.2006A taxonomy of taxonomy and taxonomists.
E. Paradis, Claude, J., Strimmer, K.2006APE: analyses of phylogenetics and evolution in R language
Q. D. Wheeler, Zhang, Z. - Q., Shear, W. A.2007Invertebrate systematics or spineless taxonomy?
J. A. Esselstyn2007Should universal guidelines be applied to taxonomic research?
J. E. Rodman2007Reflections on PEET, the Partnerships for Enhancing Expertise in Taxonomy
J. U. D. I. T. H. E. Winston2007Archives of a small planet: The significance of museum collections and museum-based research in invertebrate taxonomy
J. A. C. E. K. SZWEDO2007Taxonomy and EDIT–Toward of European Distributed Institute of Taxonomy
M. R. Carvalho, Bockmann, ávioA., Amorim, D. S., ão, C. Roberto F.2008Systematics must Embrace Comparative Biology and Evolution, not Speed and Automation
T. R. New2008What’s in common names: are they really valuable in insect conservation?
N. L. Evenhuis2008A compendium of zoological type nomenclature: A reference source.
A. S. Bernstein, Ludwig D. S.2008The importance of biodiversity to medicine
A. Dubois2008Phylogenetic hypotheses, taxa and nomina in zoology
A. Hamilton, Wheeler Q. D.2008Taxonomy and why history of science matters for science
R. Luecking2008Taxonomy: a discipline on the brink of extinction Are DNA barcode scanners the future of biodiversity research?
A. Bortolus2008Error Cascades in the Biological Sciences: The Unwanted Consequences of Using Bad Taxonomy in Ecology
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
M. Heads2009Darwin’s changing views on evolution: from centres of origin and teleology to vicariance and incomplete lineage sorting
M. A. Mares2009Natural Science Collections: America's Irreplaceable Resource
W. R. Morrison, Lohr, J. L., Duchen, P., Wilches, R., Trujillo, D., Mair, M., Renner, S. S.2009The impact of taxonomic change on conservation: Does it kill, can it save, or is it just irrelevant?
L. Packer, Grixti, J. C., Roughley, R. E., Hanner, R.2009The status of taxonomy in Canada and the impact of DNA barcoding
I. - H. Paik, Lim, J., Chun, B. - S., Jin, S. - D., Yu, J. - P., Lee, J. - W., Bhak, J., Paek, W. - K.2009The Korean Bird Information System (KBIS) through open and public participation
D. Yeates2009Viva La Revolución! Designing the digital renaissance in zoological taxonomy
H. Zauner2009Evolving e-taxonomy
S. J. La, Wheeler, Q., Jackway, P., Winterton, S., Hobern, D., Lovell, D.2009Accelerating taxonomic discovery through automated character extraction.
J. L. Bennetzen2009Biology and the beasts: individual investigator-driven research in the megaprojects era
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
M. Heads2009Inferring biogeographic history from molecular phylogenies
A. McBirney, Cook S.2009The Philosophy of Zoology Before Darwin
L. C. S. Assis, Carvalho M. R.2010Key Innovations: Further Remarks on the Importance of Morphology in Elucidating Systematic Relationships and Adaptive Radiations
A. Bateman2010Curators of the world unite: the International Society of Biocuration
B. M. Beehler2010The forgotten science: a role for natural history in the twenty-first century?*
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
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
F. P. D. Cotterill, Foissner W.2010A pervasive denigration of natural history misconstrues how biodiversity inventories and taxonomy underpin scientific knowledge
J. L. Dickinson, Zuckerberg, B., Bonter, D. N.2010Citizen Science as an Ecological Research Tool: Challenges and Benefits
O. Béthoux2010Alternative nomenclatural procedures as a potential benefit to natural history collections
R. Guralnick, Constable H.2010VertNet: Creating a Data-sharing Community
A. E. Magurran2010Q&A: What is biodiversity?
A. Mayer2010Phenology and Citizen Science


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