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2019A Novel Automated Mass Digitisation Workflow for Natural History Microscope SlidesAllan, E.L.
2018A workflow and protocol describing the field to digitization process for new project-based fossil leaf collectionsContreras, D.L.
2020Ahead of the curve: three approaches to mass digitisation of vials with a focus on label data captureDupont, S.
2018ALICE: Angled Label Image Capture and Extraction for high throughput insect specimen digitisationPrice, B.W.
2021Back to the future: A refined single‐user photostation for massively scaling herbarium digitization.Davis, C.
2019Best practice guidelines for imaging of herbarium specimensGuiraud, M.
2021Best practices for digitizing a wood slide collection: The Bailey-Wetmore Wood Collection of the Harvard University Herbariavon Baeyer, M.
2022Challenges and lessons learned from digitizing small Brazilian herbariade Gaspar, A.L.
2017Copyright and the Use of Images as Biodiversity DataEgloff, W.
2019Designing an Herbarium Digitisation Workflow with Built-In Image Quality ManagementNieva de la Hidalga, A.
2012Developing integrated workflows for the digitisation of herbarium specimens using a modular and scalable approachHaston, E.
2016Digitization of The New York Botanical Garden HerbariumThiers, B.M.
2016Digitization workflows for paleontology collectionsKarim, T.
2017Digitizing specimens in a small herbarium: A viable workflow for collections working with limited resourcesHarris, K.M.
2012DScan – a high-performance digital scanning system for entomological collectionsSchmidt, S.
2014Focus stacking: Comparing commercial top-end set-ups with a semi-automatic low budget approach. A possible solution for mass digitization of type specimensBrecko, J.
2020Georeferencing the Natural History Museum's Chinese type collection: of plateaus, pagodas and plantsLohonya, K.
2020Handbook of best practice and standards for 2D+ and 3D imaging of natural history collectionsBrecko, J.
2010Health and Safety For Museum ProfessionalsHawks, C; McCann, M; Makos, K; Goldberg, L; Hinkamp, D; Ertel, D; Silence, P
2014High-performance digitization of natural history collections: Automated imaging lines for herbarium and insect specimensTegelberg, R.
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