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26-28 August 2015 - University of Oxford.
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Is e-taxonomy a distraction or a solution?
Robert Scotland President of the SA and Vince Smith cyber-taxonomist at the NHM provide a lively debate on the issues facing taxonomy today.
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Descriptive Taxonomy - The Foundation of Biodiversity Research
Mark F. Watson, Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh
Chris Lyal, Natural History Museum, London
Colin Pendry, Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh
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Systematics 2015 - 26 to 28 August 2015
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