The current rate of digitization i. We estimate that million specimens per year are being added to the existing million specimens housed in North American collections. A TCN project based on the largest group of herbivores is an excellent model to lead this effort and address what is a grand challenge for museum digitization. UNAM, the largest collection for Mexico has over 3 million curated, paper specimens being digitized and will soon be releasing an additional 88, digitized records. In preparation for our proposed project, we have already assembled , lepidopteran records and 4, images from direct connections to museums to our data portal S ymbiota C ollections of A rthropods N etwork SCAN. An unusually large source of information that can complement these museum records in creating research data sets is already available for Lepidoptera, with an estimated , observational records of Lepidoptera with vetted coordinate data available for integration with LepNet specimen data to be used in biodiversity research. We are specifically integrating these data into the LepNet portal see Section 7. The Moth Photographers Group MPG is the primary resource for identification of North American moths, currently hosts images of 5, species, spread images of 9, species, larval images of 1, species, and more than images of diagnostic genitalia. The Pacific Northwest Moths serves as a standard for providing high quality data products, including maps and background biology.
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Please be advised that, depending on the specified due date, the guidelines contained in NSF may apply to proposals submitted in response to this funding opportunity. This program seeks to enhance and expand the national resource of digital data documenting existing vouchered biological and paleontological collections and to advance scientific knowledge by improving access to digitized information including images residing in vouchered scientific collections across the United States.
The information associated with various collections of organisms, such as geographic, paleogeographic and stratigraphic distribution, environmental habitat data, phenology, information about associated organisms, collector field notes, and tissues and molecular data extracted from the specimens, is a rich resource providing the baseline from which to further biodiversity research and provide critical information about existing gaps in our knowledge of life on earth.
The national resource is structured at three levels: a central coordinating organization, a series of thematic networks based on an important research theme, and the physical collections. The national resource builds upon a sizable existing national investment in curation of the physical objects in scientific collections and contributes vitally to scientific research and technology interests in the United States.
It will become an invaluable tool in understanding contemporary biological issues and challenges. Contact Help Search search. Search search. Home Funding. Email Print Share. Contacting the program may be most efficient through e-mail to the working group at BIODigit nsf.
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Rixhon, G. Quaternary Science Reviews , pp. ISSN During the last twenty years, several technical developments have considerably intensified the use of numerical dating methods for the Quaternary. The study of fluvial archives has greatly benefited from these enhancements, opening new dating horizons for a range of archives at distinct time scales and thereby providing new insights into previously unanswered questions. We focus on the major recent developments for each technique that are most relevant for new dating applications in diverse fluvial environments and on explaining these for non-specialists.
For each method, new and important implications for chronological reconstructions of Quaternary fluvial landscapes are discussed and, where necessary, exemplified by key case studies. A clear statement of the current technical limitations of these methods is included and forthcoming developments, which might possibly open new horizons for dating fluvial archives in the near future, are summarised.
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Just as TCNs are applicable to a broader time period with considerable precision in archaeology, so also are they applicable to all lithologies. Application of TCNs to archaeological problems is relatively simple: either surface exposure dating using cosmogenic nuclide production or burial dating using decay of radioactive cosmogenic nuclides can be applied. For a successful application, close collaboration between archaeologists and TCN experts is required.
The total exposure from a to 5 Ma of a given surface of archaeological origin can be determined by surface exposure dating. TCNs have been successfully applied to many archaeological problems during the last decade and both surface exposure dating and burial dating show high potential in the solving of archaeological problems. E-Mail: akcar geo. Application of in-situ produced terrestrial cosmogenic nuclides to archaeology 1 Introduction Shrewder sampling, improved chemical sample preparation and analysis as well as a better understanding of the physical processes responsible for in-situ produced Terrestrial Cosmogenic Nuclides TCNs have significantly enhanced the reliability of the method since its conception cf.
The best known application of TCNs is the dating of the Quaternary ice volume fluctuations from the records archived by mountain glaciers e. Moreover, TCN methods have been employed in dating volcanic e.
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The determination of fault slip-rate relies on quantitative characterization of late-Quaternary ka deformation, with the need of accurate dating of geomorphological surfaces affected by the fault motion over multiple earthquake cycles. However, large epistemic uncertainties in dating alluvial surfaces with Optically Stimulated Luminescence OSL and Terrestrial Cosmogenic Nuclides TCN methods severely limit discussions and preclude our ability to understand behavior of active faults.
In this project, we propose to develop complementary approaches to accurately date late-Quaternary morphological surfaces through an exhaustive, detailed and unique direct comparison of both dating methods, a strategy that would then lead to major improvements in our understanding of the respective physical processes associated to these dating methods. To better understand the systematics of these dating methods, we propose to combine both OSL and TCN dating methods on the same geomorphic markers with a high-resolution sampling.
This approach has the potential to provide new important insights into the processes affecting alluvial landforms in different climatic setting. We aim to produce major advances in constraining sources for the natural variability of the OSL signal for a better understanding of luminescence characteristics from sediment populations with different light-exposure histories. We will focus on challenging study cases where slip rates of active faults are still in debate due to epistemic uncertainties in dating alluvial surfaces.
The results of this project will offer new perspectives for the large scientific community involved in active tectonics. To focus on the parameters controlling the acquisition of the TCN and OSL signals through time, we propose to work on a new sampling strategy to document the evolution of the accumulated signal over a stratigraphic alluvial column. The alluvial units will be densely sampled to understand the variability and discrepancies in the obtained ages.