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Capturing California's Flowers: The CAP Network


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Contact

Katie Pearson

Partners

iDigBio

Funding Source

National Science Foundation. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.

Description

Capturing California's flowers: Using digital images to investigate ​phenological change in a biodiversity hotspot​

The California Phenology Thematic Collections Network (CAP TCN) is a collaborative project funded by the National Science Foundation through the Advancing Digitization of Biodiversity Collections (ADBC) program. The project brings together 22 California universities, research stations, natural history collections, and botanical gardens to capture images and data of nearly 1 million herbarium specimens--collections of dried and pressed plants. This project uniquely aims to capture phenological data: information about the timing of, e.g., flowering or fruiting.

Geographic Scope

California, Western US

Taxonomic Scope

Angiosperms

Language Skills Required

English

Activities

digitization, imaging, phenology

Expeditions

5 Expeditions 9956 Transcriptions 565 Transcribers

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Orange County Herbaria (part 1)

University of California, Irvine shares a wealth of undiscovered specimens

2044 Transcriptions

28.60% Completed


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CSU Fresno, Part 1

Plants of the San Joaquin Valley and beyond!

3188 Transcriptions

100.00% Completed


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Long Beach and LA (part 2)

Join the CSU Long Beach and CSU Los Angeles Herbaria for round 2 of plant specimens that have never before been digitized!

4719 Transcriptions

100.00% Completed


Events


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Transcriptions


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