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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
B. Fontaine2010European bounty for taxonomists
P. Ginsparg2011ArXiv at 20
R. Guralnick, Constable H.2010VertNet: Creating a Data-sharing Community
A. Hamilton, Wheeler Q. D.2008Taxonomy and why history of science matters for science
D. Leslie Hawksworth2010Terms Used in Bionomenclature: The Naming of Organisms and Plant Communities: Including Terms Used in Botanical, Cultivated Plant, Phylogenetic, Phytosociological, Prokaryote (bacteriological), Virus, and Zoological Nomenclature
M. Heads2009Darwin’s changing views on evolution: from centres of origin and teleology to vicariance and incomplete lineage sorting
M. Heads2009Inferring biogeographic history from molecular phylogenies
J. Hein, Schierup, M., Wiuf, C.2004Gene genealogies, variation and evolution: a primer in coalescent theory
C. Hine2008Systematics as cyberscience: Computers, change, and continuity in science
W. M. Hochachka, Fink, D., Hutchinson, R. A., Sheldon, D., Wong, W. - K., Kelling, S.2012Data-intensive science applied to broad-scale citizen science
X. Huang, Qiao G.2011Biodiversity databases should gain support from journals
X. Huang, Qiao G.2011Biodiversity databases should gain support from journals
J. Höglund2011Evolutionary Conservation Genetics, Jacob Höglund. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK (2009). 150 pp., $130.00/$65.00, hardcover ISBN: 978-0-19-921421-1, paperback ISBN: 978-0-19
P. Ingwersen, Chavan V.2011Indicators for the Data Usage Index (DUI): an incentive for publishing primary biodiversity data through global information infrastructure
L. N. Joppa, Roberts, D. L., Pimm, S. L.2012Taxonomy that matters: response to Bacher
L. N. Joppa, Roberts, D. L., Pimm, S. L.2011The population ecology and social behaviour of taxonomists
R. P. Keller, Lodge, D. M., Shogren, J. F.2009Bioeconomics of invasive species: integrating ecology, economics, policy, and management
D. Kim, Yu H.2011Figure text extraction in biomedical literature
A. Kontoleon, Pascual, U., Swanson, T. M.2007Biodiversity Economics
W. Kunz2012Do Species Exist?
S. J. La, Wheeler, Q., Jackway, P., Winterton, S., Hobern, D., Lovell, D.2009Accelerating taxonomic discovery through automated character extraction.
P. Legendre, Legendre L.1998Numerical ecology.
D. A. V. I. D. B. LINDENMAYER, GIBBONS, P. H. I. L. I. P., BOURKE, M. A. X., BURGMAN, M. A. R. K., DICKMAN, C. H. R. I. S. R., FERRIER, S. I. M. O. N., FITZSIMONS, J. A. M. E. S., FREUDENBERGER, D. A. V. I. D., GARNETT, S. T. E. P. H. E. N. T., GROVES, C. R. A. I. G., HOBBS, R. I. C. H. A. R. D. J., KINGSFORD, R. I. C. H. A. R. D. T., KREBS, C. H. A. R. L. E. S., LEGGE, S. A. R. A. H., LOWE, A. N. D. R. E. W. J., MCLEAN, R. O. B., MONTAMBAULT, J. E. N. S. E. N., POSSINGHAM, H. U. G. H., RADFORD, J. I. M., ROBINSON, D. O. U. G., SMALLBONE, L. I. S. A., THOMAS, D. A. V. I. D., VARCOE, T. O. N. Y., VARDON, M. I. C. H. A. E. L., WARDLE, G. L. E. N. D. A., WOINARSKI, J. O. H. N., ZERGER, A. N. D. R. E.2012Improving biodiversity monitoring
A. M. Lister2011Natural history collections as sources of long-term datasets
R. Luecking2008Taxonomy: a discipline on the brink of extinction Are DNA barcode scanners the future of biodiversity research?
J. Maclaurin, Sterelny K.2008What is biodiversity?
N. MacLeod, Benfield, M., Culverhouse, P.2010Time to automate identification.
D. R. Maddison, Guralnick, R., Hill, A., Reysenbach, A. - L., McDade, L. A.2012Ramping up biodiversity discovery via online quantum contributions
A. E. Magurran2010Q&A: What is biodiversity?
M. Casas-Marce, Revilla, E., Fernandes, M., Rodriguez, A., Delibes, M., Godoy, J. A.2012The Value of Hidden Scientific Resources: Preserved Animal Specimens from Private Collections and Small Museums
M. A. Mares2009Natural Science Collections: America's Irreplaceable Resource
R. M. May2011Why Worry about How Many Species and Their Loss?
A. Mayer2010Phenology and Citizen Science
A. McBirney, Cook S.2009The Philosophy of Zoology Before Darwin
J. A. McNeely2002The role of taxonomy in conserving biodiversity
W. K. Michener, Jones M. B.2012Ecoinformatics: supporting ecology as a data-intensive science
D. P. Mindell, Fisher, B. L., Roopnarine, P., Eisen, J., Mace, G. M., Page, R. D. M., Pyle, R. L.2011Aggregating, Tagging and Integrating Biodiversity Research
A. Minelli2013Zoological nomenclature in the digital era
J. C. Molloy2011The Open Knowledge Foundation: Open Data Means Better Science
R. D. Mooi, Gill A. C.2010Phylogenies without Synapomorphies-A Crisis in Fish Systematics: Time to Show Some Character
C. Mora, Tittensor, D. P., Adl, S., Simpson, A. G. B., Worm, B.2011How many species are there on Earth and in the ocean?
C. Mora, Tittensor, D. P., Adl, S., Simpson, A. G. B., Worm, B.2011How Many Species Are There on Earth and in the Ocean?
T. Moritz, Krishnan, S., Roberts, D., Ingwersen, P., Agosti, D., Penev, L., Cockerill, M., Chavan, V.2011Towards mainstreaming of biodiversity data publishing: recommendations of the GBIF Data Publishing Framework Task Group


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