Presentations

Presentations

2016

2012

  • The Atlas of Living Australia – An education resource for ecology (Lee Belbin – December 2012). Presentation at the 2012 Ecological Society of Australia – Annual 2012 Conference Powerpoint (15MB)
  • The Atlas of Living Australia tools (John Tann and Margaret Cawsey, March – May 2012). Presentation to museums, herbaria, universities and other agencies. PDF (8 MB) PowerPoint (25 MB)

2011

  • The Atlas of Living Australia and Education (Lynne Sealie, 21 December 2011). Presentation to Education Services Australia – Low res PDF (4.8 MB)
  • Which environmental layers should I use in my biodiversity model? (Dr Kristen Williams, 21 November 2011). Presentation to the Ecological Society of Australia Conference – Original PDF (3.2 MB) and Low Res PDF (1.5 MB)
  • Wind, wind-farms, birds and bats – insights and predictions from the Atlas of Living Australia (Eric J Woehler, November 2011). Poster displayed at the Ecological Society of Australia Conference – PDF (5MB)
  • Exploring patterns and detecting outliers in online biodiversity data (Ben Raymond, November 2011) Presentation to the Ecological Society of Australia Conference – PDF (1MB)
  • The Atlas of Living Australia for Ecologists (Lynne Sealie, 20 November 2011). For the ALA booth at the Ecological Society of Australia Conference – Low res PDF (3 MB)
  • Data quality challenge (Arthur Chapman, 17 November 2011). Presentation to The Atlas of Living Australia – Low res PDF (4.4 MB)
  • Data Quality ALA-ERIN Collaboration (Simon Bennett, 17 November 2011). Presentation to The Atlas of Living Australia – Low res PDF (1.1 MB)
  • The Atlas of Living Australia (John Tann and Margaret Cawsey, 17 November 2011). Demonstration for Victoria DPI Fisheries Research – PDF (4 MB)
  • The Atlas of Living Australia (John Tann and Margaret Cawsey, 16 November 2011). Demonstration for Victoria DPI Biosecurity – PDF (4 MB)
  • The Atlas of Living Australia (John Tann and Margaret Cawsey, 16  November 2011). Demonstration for Arthur Rylah Institute for Environmental Research – PDF (4 MB)
  • The Atlas of Living Australia: An Educational Resource (Lynne Sealie, 16 November 2011). Presentation to the Scientists in Schools Program – Low Res PDF (3 MB)
  • The Atlas of Living Australia (John Tann, 15  November 2011). Demonstration for Botanic Gardens Informatics Working Group and Australian Seed Bank Partnership technical workshop – PDF (4 MB)
  • ALA hub overview (John Tann, 15  November 2011). Demonstration for Botanic Gardens Informatics Working Group and Australian Seed Bank Partnership technical workshop – PDF (1 MB)
  • The Atlas of Living Australia: Infrastructure for eResearch (Lynne Sealie, Melbourne, 6-10 November 2011). For CSIRO exhibition at eResearch Conference – PDF (3.2 MB)
  • Atlas of Living Australia Licensing Framework (Miles Nicholls, Data Manager ALA, 4 November 2011). Presentation to a Creative Commons Seminar – PDF (1.9 MB)
  • The Atlas of Living Australia (John Tann, 21 October 2011). Demonstration for Botanic Gardens Records Officer Network – PDF (8 MB)
  • A Continuously Updated All Genera Index: An Achievable Goal for Biodiversity Informatics? (Tony Rees, New Orleans, 20 October 2011) Presentation to the Taxonomic Database Working Group (TDWG) Conference – PDF (1.6 MB)
  • Annotations in the Atlas of Living Australia: Lessons Learned So Far(Donald Hobern, New Orleans, 18 October 2011). Presentation to the Taxonomic Database Working Group (TDWG) Conference – Low res PDF (1.1 MB)
  • The Atlas of Living Australia: Integrated National Biodiversity Information (Donald Hobern, New Orleans, 18 October 2011). Presentation to the Taxonomic Database Working Group (TDWG) Conference, Global biodiversity informatics initiatives updates – Low res PDF (2.2 MB)
  • An Assessment of the SatScan(TM) Whole-drawer Imaging System for Management & Curation of the Australian National Insect Collection, CSIRO (Beth Mantle, N. Fisher & J. La Salle, New Orleans, 18 October 2011). Presentation to the Taxonomic Database Working Group (TDWG) Conference – PDF (1.5 MB)
  • Image based Digitisation of Entomology Collections: Leveraging Volunteers can Significantly Increase Digitisation Capacity (Paul Flemons, Rhiannon Stephens, Leonie Prater, Michael Elliott, Collection Informatics, Australian Museum, 18 October 2011). Presentation to the Taxonomic Database Working Group (TDWG) Conference – PDF (942 KB)
  • Crowd-sourcing: Perpetual Valuable Resource or a Passing Shower of Dubious Worth? (Paul Flemons, Collection Informatics, Australian Museum, 18 October 2011). Presentation to the Taxonomic Database Working Group (TDWG) Conference – PDF (946 KB)
  • (Donald Hobern, New Orleans, 17 October 2011). Presentation to the Taxonomic Database Working Group (TDWG) Conference, Digitization portals and information interoperability – Low res PDF (1.7 MB)
  • The Atlas of Living Australia: A National Biodiversity Information Facility (Donald Hobern, Buenos Aires, 5 October 2011). Presentation to the Global Biodiversity Informatics Facility (GBIF) Science Symposium – Low res PDF (2.6 MB)
  • The Atlas of Living Australia (John Tann, October 2011). Demonstration for Tasmania DPIPWE Biosecurity, Launceston and New Town – PDF (3 MB)
  • Presentation: Practical example of a successful case of data mobilization planning: the Atlas of Living Australia. (A. González-Talaván, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 29 September 2011) GBIF GB18 Nodes Training Workshop 28-30 September 2011. – Low res PDF (840 KB)
  • The Atlas of Living Australia (John Tann, 28 September 2011). Demonstration for Systems Pest Management – PDF (3 MB)
  • The ALA: Infrastructure for Biodiversity Research (Donald Hobern, Canberra, 22 September 2011). Presentation to the Environment Research and Information Branch (ERIB), Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities (SEWPaC) – Low res PDF (1.7MB)
  • The ALA: A Spatial Perspective (Lee Belbin, BISON, September 2011) – PDF (4.1MB)
  • Pollen under the microscope (Andrew Thornhill, Centre for Australian National Biodiversity Research, 11 October 2011). Floor Talk at Discovery exhibition – Low res PDF (5.4 MB)
  • Pollen under the microscope (ANIC, ANU, Atlas of Living Australia, CANBR, 7 October 2011) – CSIRO You Tube Video
  • The Atlas of Living Australia’s Spatial Portal (Lee Belbin, Environmental Information Management Conference 2011, University of California, 28 September 2011) – PDF (618KB)
  • Australian Mangrove and Saltmarsh Resource – A model for ecosystem-based, online information collation and delivery (Emma Clifton, Centre for Australian National Biodiversity Research, 11 September 2011) – Slide Share (16.7 MB)
  • ALA: Supporting Research (Lee Belbin, Uni of Tasmania presentation, 26 July 2011) – PDF (1.8 MB)
  • Ecology 101 and ALA’s Spatial Portal (Lee Belbin, 13 July 2011) – PDF (1.2 MB)
  • ALA Overview for National General Assembly of Local Governments (L Sealie, 23 June 2011) PDF (2.3 MB)
  • ALA: Infrastructure for Biodiversity and Ecological Research (D. Hobern, 9 June 2011) – mp4 video (63.8 MB)
  • ALA Update for CSIRO Seminar (D Hobern, 9 June 2011)PDF (872 KB)
  • ALA User needs assessment (John Tann, INBIF workshop, Kalkata India, June 2011) – PPT (1.7 MB)
  • Digitisation of primary biodiversity data in natural history collections (John Tann, INBIF workshop, Kalkata India, June 2011) – PPT (2.7 MB)
  • ALA Introduction for Launch at Queensland Museum (D Hobern, 20 May 2011) – Low resolution PDF (1.4 MB)
  • ALA Symposium at Queensland Museum (D Hobern, 20 May 2011) – Low resolution PDF (2.4 MB)
  • Queensland Museum and ALA (J Hooper, 20 May 2011) – Low resolution PDF (606 KB)
  • Northern Gulf Resources Management Group and the ALA (S Connor, 20 May 2011) – Low resolution PDF (2.7 MB)
  • ALA and Bignet (P. Higgs, 3 April, 2011) – PPT (4.4MB)
  • ALA Citizen Science Great Eastern Ranges Initiative (P Higgs, 4 March 2011) – PPT (3.1 MB)
  • Environmentally Sustainable Australia (D Hobern, 24 February 2011) – PPT (4.2 MB), PDF (4 MB)

2010

  • ALA Launch – Infrastructure for Biodiversity Research (D Hobern, 28 July) – PDF (8.2MB)
  • ALA Launch – Geospatial and Mapping Component (L Belbin, 28 July) – PDF (1.2MB)
  • ALA Launch – Biodiversity, Biosecurity and Industry, Barrow Island (K Walker, 28 July) – PDF (4.8MB)
  • ALA Launch – ‘Work in progress’ preview of the new website (R Lawrence, 28 July) – PDF (1.9MB) – PPT (7.2MB).
  • The ALA – The Importance of Digitising Historic Biodiversity Literature (D Hobern, 3 June) – PPT (3.8MB)

2008

  • The ALA – Challenges and Opportunities for Managing Biodiversity Information (D Hobern, 15 May) – PPT (11.5MB), – PDF (2.3MB)
  • The ALA – Understanding Biodiversity (D Hobern, 1 July) – PPT (7.7MB), – PDF (1.23MB)
  • The ALA – Mapping Biodiversity (D Hobern, 24 July) – PPT (13.3MB), – PDF (2.73MB), – Slideshare

2008 TDWG

The following presentations are all from the Taxonomic Database Working Group (TDWG) Wednesday 28 October 2008 sessions dedicated to the Atlas of Living Australia (PPT for PowerPoint, SWF for video including the audio for the presentation):

  • Introduction to the ALA, (D Hobern et al.) – PPT (6.6MB) | SWF
  • Uses for biodiversity data: The Atlas of Living Australia user needs analysis, (J Tann et al.) – PPT (4.9MB)
  • Taxonomy Research & Information Network (TRIN): Seeking Biodiversity Data Standards, (M Cawsey et al.) – PPT (739KB) | SWF
  • Australian Faunal Directory (AFD) and Australian Plant Census (APC): Content, Architecture and Services, (G Whitbread et al.) – PPT (1.3MB) | SWF
  • Providing Annotation Services for the Atlas of Living Australia, (R Chernich) – PPT (2.1MB) | SWF
  • Introducing Australia’s Virtual Herbarium (AVH), (B Richardson) – PPT (2.4MB) | SWF
  • CMKb: Integrating Australian Customary Medicinal Plant Knowledge with the Framework of Atlas of Living Australia, (J Gaikwad and S Ranganathan) – PPT (2.6MB) | SWF)
  • TAXAMATCH, a “fuzzy” matching algorithm for taxon names, and potential applications in taxonomic databases, (T Rees) – PPT (1.6MB) | SWF)
  • Making effective use of the Atlas of Living Australia in conservation assessment through advances in spatial analysis and modelling, (S Ferrier) – PPT (7.8MB) | SWF
  • Linking phylogenetic trees, taxonomy & geography to map phylogeography using Biodiverse, (D Rosauer and S Laffan) – PPT (4.6MB) | SWF