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Mapping Specimen Occurrence Data in QGIS

Cecily Bronson

Version: 1.0

Use digitized natural history collection occurrence data from the Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF) to map the distribution of the beaver in the state of Oregon from 1800-2020 using QGIS
natural history collections, species distributions, course-based research experiences (CUREs), digitized natural history collections, QGIS, Undergraduate, Dataset, Audience Level, Cleaned, Activity Length, 1 Hour, More than 1 hour, Promoting Engagement and Self-Efficacy, Open Data, Open Education, Open Pedagogy, Open Educational Resources (OER)
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09.2021

Spatial Analysis with QGIS

Ryan Kerney, Timothy Whitfeld

Version: 1.0

Map specimen data points using QGIS, connect them to form a polygon using the Concave Hull plugin, and calculate the range of a species to examine how it changes over time.
natural history collections, species distributions, course-based research experiences (CUREs), spatial analysis, digitized natural history collections, QGIS, Undergraduate, Audience Level, Activity Length, 1 Hour, More than 1 hour, Promoting Engagement and Self-Efficacy, Open Education, Open Pedagogy, Open Educational Resources (OER)
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10.2021

How many critters can an island hold? Using digitized natural history collections to test real hypotheses about island biogeography

Carly Jordan, Janice Krumm, Tiffany Marie Doan, Jason Kilgore, Debra Linton

Version: 1.0

Use digitized natural history specimen data from the Alexander Archipelago in Alaska to explore hypotheses about island biogeography. Reprinted from Proceedings of the Association for Biology Laboratory Education (2019).
Island biogeography, Arctos, digitized natural history collections, digital data, Undergraduate, Audience Level, Open Data, Open Educational Resources (OER), Open Educational Practices
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02.2022

Putting specimens on the map: An introduction to georeferencing

Elissa Sorojsrisom, Matthew Johnson

Version: 1.0

Use GEOLocate to assign geographic coordinates to natural history collections specimens
mapping, natural history collections, course-based research experiences (CUREs), digitized natural history collections, georeferencing, Undergraduate, Audience Level, Activity Length, More than 1 hour, Open Educational Resources (OER), Open Educational Practices
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03.2022
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