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Andrea Thomer
Research Assistant, SBDC

Andrea Thomer


CIRSS Publications

Fouke, B. W., Palmer, C. L., Thomer, A. K., DiLauro, T., Gordon, S., & Hendrix, C. (2014). Fostering Interdisciplinary Science through Data Curation: Geobiology at Yellowstone National Park as Exemplar. 12th Biennial Scientific Conference on the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, Mammoth, Wyoming, October 6-8, 2014. Read more

Thomer, A. K. (2015, March). Computer Supported Cooperative Curation: Supporting natural history informatics. Colloquium presentation at the 2015 iConference, Newport Beach, CA. Read more

Thomer, A.K. (2015). Case Study: The Site-Based Data Curation Project and Systems Analysis for Data Curation. Data Curation Spring Institute, Hong Kong, February 25-27, 2015. Read more

More CIRSS publications


June 28, 2016
CIRSS participates in Digital Humanities at Oxford Summer School
Several members of the CIRSS community will give presentations at the 2016 Digital Humanities at Oxford Summer School (DHOxSS) on July 4-8 at the University of Oxford. Attendees will follow one of eight workshop tracks throughout the week, and attend…

June 8, 2016
Thomer awarded 2016 RDA Data Share Fellowship
CIRSS doctoral student Andrea Thomer has been selected as a 2016 Research Data Alliance/US (RDA/US) Data Share Fellow, an early career engagement program. As an RDA Fellow, she will undertake a project to survey the completeness and coverage of exist…

Past CIRSS Events

February 3, 2017
A framework for the curation of digital collections from scientifically significant sites
Scientifically significant sites such as national parks and other protected lands have unique and complex digital curation needs, driven by the unique natural phenomena at these sites as well as the c…

October 28, 2015
An update on the Transforming Taxonomic Interfaces Initiative
Abstract:In this ERRT we will give an overview of our recent work and share ideas about “semantic engineering,” including what happens when what we study has significant components of both regular…

October 22, 2014
Data Curation for Biodiversity Informatics
There are an estimated 2-3 billion specimens held in natural history museums throughout the world; these specimens comprise an irreplaceable dataset documenting this planet’s changing biodiversity o…

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