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F. P. D. Cotterill, Foissner W.2010A pervasive denigration of natural history misconstrues how biodiversity inventories and taxonomy underpin scientific knowledge
H. Enghoff, Seberg O.2006A taxonomy of taxonomy and taxonomists.
S. J. La, Wheeler, Q., Jackway, P., Winterton, S., Hobern, D., Lovell, D.2009Accelerating taxonomic discovery through automated character extraction.
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
O. Béthoux2010Alternative nomenclatural procedures as a potential benefit to natural history collections
M. C. Ebach, de Carvalho M. R.2010Anti-intellectualism in the DNA barcoding enterprise
E. Paradis, Claude, J., Strimmer, K.2006APE: analyses of phylogenetics and evolution in R language
A. H. Ariño2010Approaches to estimating the universe of natural history collections data
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. Y. Clark2003Artificial neural networks for species identification by taxonomists
P. Ginsparg2011ArXiv at 20
X. Huang, Qiao G.2011Biodiversity databases should gain support from journals
X. Huang, Qiao G.2011Biodiversity databases should gain support from journals
A. Kontoleon, Pascual, U., Swanson, T. M.2007Biodiversity Economics
J. Soberon, Peterson T.2004Biodiversity informatics: managing and applying primary biodiversity data
R. P. Keller, Lodge, D. M., Shogren, J. F.2009Bioeconomics of invasive species: integrating ecology, economics, policy, and management
G. H. Pyke, Ehrlich P. R.2010Biological collections and ecological/environmental research: a review, some observations and a look to the future
R. T. Schuh2000Biological systematics: principles and applications
J. L. Bennetzen2009Biology and the beasts: individual investigator-driven research in the megaprojects era
Cof Canadia Science2010Canadian Taxonomy: Exploring Biodiversity, Creating Opportunity
B. B. C. News2018Cane toad DNA breakthrough 'may help stop' toxic pest
K. S. Bawa2010Cataloguing life in India: the taxonomic imperative
J. L. Dickinson, Zuckerberg, B., Bonter, D. N.2010Citizen Science as an Ecological Research Tool: Challenges and Benefits
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N. Russell2010Communicating science: Professional, popular, literary
Z. Yang2006Computational molecular evolution
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A. Bateman2010Curators of the world unite: the International Society of Biocuration
M. Brasier2010Darwin's lost world: the hidden history of animal life
M. Heads2009Darwin’s changing views on evolution: from centres of origin and teleology to vicariance and incomplete lineage sorting
M. C. Whitlock2011Data archiving in ecology and evolution: best practices.
C. Tenopir, Allard, S., Douglass, K., Aydinoglu, A. Umur, Wu, L., Read, E., Manoff, M., Frame, M.2011Data Sharing by Scientists: Practices and Perceptions
W. M. Hochachka, Fink, D., Hutchinson, R. A., Sheldon, D., Wong, W. - K., Kelling, S.2012Data-intensive science applied to broad-scale citizen science
C. Coleman, Lowry, J., Macfarlane, T.2010DELTA for Beginners. An introduction into the taxonomy software package DELTA
A. Dubois2010Describing a New Species
J. E. Winston1999Describing Species
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
T. Simonite, Le Page M.2010Digital doomsday: the end of knowledge
H. Ejnavarzala2010DNA Barcoding: Society and technology dynamics in the Indian context
W. Kunz2012Do Species Exist?
S. A. Queenborough, Cooke, I. R., Schildhauer, M. P.2010Do we need an EcoBank? The ecology of data-sharing
G. F. Smith, Figueiredo E.2010E-taxonomy: an affordable tool to fill the biodiversity knowledge gap
C. Wood, Sullivan, B., Iliff, M., Fink, D., Kelling, S.2011eBird: Engaging Birders in Science and Conservation
W. K. Michener, Jones M. B.2012Ecoinformatics: supporting ecology as a data-intensive science
A. Dubois2009Endangered species and endangered knowledge
A. Bortolus2008Error Cascades in the Biological Sciences: The Unwanted Consequences of Using Bad Taxonomy in Ecology


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