Paleonet: Conference Update: Field trip offering for the Digital Data Conference in Berkeley

Gil Nelson gnelson at bio.fsu.edu
Mon Mar 19 17:29:38 GMT 2018


This is an update to the Digital Data in Biodiversity Research 
conference, being held at UC Berkeley, 4-6 June 2018 and co-sponsored 
with iDigBio.

In addition to the five workshops on Wednesday, 6 June, we have added a 
field trip to Point Reyes National Seashore. We can accommodate up to 16 
participants on this trip at a participant cost of $25.00. We have also 
arranged an opportunity for a self-guided tour of the UC Botanical 
Garden, with free admission for the 6^th , only. Descriptions for these 
activities are available on the wiki 
(https://www.idigbio.org/wiki/index.php/Digital_Data_in_Biodiversity_Research_Conference,_Berkeley#Wednesday.2C_6_June_2018 
<https://www.idigbio.org/wiki/index.php/Digital_Data_in_Biodiversity_Research_Conference,_Berkeley%23Wednesday.2C_6_June_2018>) 
and announcement page 
(https://www.idigbio.org/content/registration-now-open-emerging-innovations-biodiversity-data). 
Please note that the Point Reyes trip is all day and overlaps with the 
workshops.

To select the field trip when registering, scroll down the registration 
box to the bottom of the list and select the optional field trip before 
checking out. Only those registered for the conference may register for 
the field trip.

*IMPORTANT NOTE: The deadline for abstract submission is 30 April and 
you must be registered to submit. Once registered, you will receive an 
email directing you to the abstract submission form. Due to capacity 
issues, please register and submit your abstract at your earliest 
convenience.*

-- 
Gil Nelson, PhD
Research Faculty
iDigBio Steering Committee
Integrated Digitized Biocollections
Institute for Digital Information and Scientific Communication
College of Communication and Information

Courtesy Professor
Department of Biological Sciences
Robert K. Godfrey Herbarium
Florida State University
gnelson at bio.fsu.edu

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