Monday, December 10, 2007: 1:30 PM-5:30 PM

Sunrise, Meeting House, First Floor (Town & Country)

Symposium: From Field to Screen: Digital Imaging Technology in Entomology

Organizer(s): Katja Seltmann,
Matthew L. Buffington,
1:30 PM Introductory Remarks
1:35 PM0664Digital field photography on a $200 budget
David Ahrenholz,
1:50 PM0665Field photography and the democratization of arthropod taxonomy
Steve Marshall,
2:05 PM 0666Fossil imaging: Much more than scratches on rocks
Seth M. Bybee,, Marc Branham,
2:20 PM0667Digital illustration in insect taxonomy: Application, versatility, and methods
Ralph W. Holzenthal,
2:35 PM 0668Advanced imaging techniques II: Specimen choice and preparation for high-magnification digital imaging
Matthew Buffington,
2:50 PM0669Remote sampling and collection of arthropods for low temperature scanning electron microscopy
Ethan Kane,, Eric Erbe,, Ronald Ochoa,
3:05 PM Break
3:20 PM0670Automated classification of butterflies based on parts representation
Rui Li,, Bir Bhanu,, John Heraty
3:35 PM0671Using collaborative Web tools: A few examples using Morphbank and others
Katja Seltmann,
3:50 PM0672Hit the road, Jack: Trials and tribulations of imaging type specimens in the museums around the world
Norman F. Johnson,
4:05 PM0673Automated optical 3D imaging of specimens and holotypes
Thomas Friedlander,
4:20 PM 0674From analog to high definition: Using multifocal images to voucher 3-D morphology and build jargon-free identification keys for challenging organisms
Melissa Yoder,, Jill Brady,, Eamonn Keogh,, Michalis Faloutsos,, Christiane Weirauch,, Paul De Ley,
4:35 PM0675A view from afar: Remote imaging and the benefits of NOT being there
Mike Schauff, Mike.Schauff@ARS.USDA.GOV, Quentin Wheeler,
4:50 PM0676What does that hair do? Remote-access scanning electron microscopy and the evolution of the Bugscope project
Ann M. Ray,, Chas Conway,, Scott Robinson,
5:05 PM Discussion
5:20 PM Concluding Remarks

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