Paleonet: Round Two- Georeferencing for Paleo: Listening Session
Talia S. Karim
talia.karim at colorado.edu
Wed Jan 29 21:39:07 GMT 2020
Thanks to everyone who attended the Paleo Georeferencing Listening Session this afternoon. We had a really great discussion and captured a lot of good information. If you missed the session today there is one more chance to participate tomorrow morning, Thursday January 30th at 10 am eastern. Meeting Location: https://fsu.zoom.us/my/idigbiowg
You can also submit your thoughts here<https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/14sYGnWkaNSy2UIOM4PCACve3brfOvvjtqQnomHshKgo/edit#gid=0>.
Thanks in advance for your feedback,
Workshop organizing committee (Talia Karim, Erica Krimmel, Carrie Levitt, Holly Little, Deb Paul)
Listening Session Announcement:
The iDigBio Paleo Digitization Working Group is hosting two listening sessions to review goals and activities for an upcoming workshop, Georeferencing for Paleo: Refreshing the approach to fossil localities, to be held in April 2020 (please see the workshop wiki page for more information). These listening sessions are not restricted to workshop participants, and are intended to gather feedback on what georeferencing challenges and opportunities are most relevant to the paleo collections community. Non-paleo participants are also welcome!
Please feel free to add your thoughts on georeferencing challenges/opportunities to this shared google doc in preparation for the listening session or in lieu of attending.
Times: Thursday January 30th at 10 am eastern
Talia Karim, PhD
CU Museum of Natural History
University of Colorado
Boulder, CO 80309-0265
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