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Urbanisation on high-class land around Auckland
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Monthly Archives: November 2010
Aimee Whitcroft from SciBlogs has shared her thoughts on the inaugural NZ eResearch Symposium 2010 (http://www.eresearch.org.nz/nz-eresearch-symposium-2010). The keynote speeches from the eResearch Symposium are available at http://www.archive.org/search.php?query=subject:%22eResearch+Symposium+2010%22
Copyright Landcare Research The NZ Lizards Database, a TFBIS funded website, has now been publicly released. This service provides a searchable online system with an extensive bibliography and species information for New Zealand’s Lizard Fauna. The primary goal of the … Continue reading
The Fieldbook is a transportable software tool that allows researchers to compile and manage their specimen collection activities and data while away from the Landcare network. The tool provides a familiar spreadsheet like experience to entering and managing specimen record … Continue reading
As part of the joint Landcare Research and LINZ ‘Journeying Toward Geospatial Interoperability’ day on the 6th December (Download Flyer) in Wellington, the Informatics team is hosting an afternoon workshop entitled ‘End to end spatial infrastructures for environmental science’. This … Continue reading
Informatics is contributing in a small way to the first New Zealand Mix and Mash Competition that is taking place this month (November). The Great NZ Mix & Mash Competition, organised by DigitalNZ, the National Library, NZ On Screen, Creative … Continue reading
On 26 October the Tuakiri project team gave a workshop on the New Zealand Access Federation at the NZ eResearch Symposium 2010. The presentation slides can be found on the website: www.tuakiri.ac.nz. Tuakiri enables students, academics, alumni and researchers to … Continue reading