ORNIS followed the MaNIS/HerpNET/ORNIS Georeferencing Guidelines
and was conducted at the work centers chosen from among participating institutions and are listed below. See the Georeferencing Results
page for details on this aspect of the ORNIS project.
ORNIS Georeferencing Centers
- Michigan State University Museum, East Lansing, Michigan
- Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan
- Natural History Museum and Biodiversity Research Center, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas
- Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, Ontario
- Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History, Norman, Oklahoma
- Slater Museum, University of Puget Sound, Tacoma, Washington
- University of Washington Burke Museum, Seattle, Washington
Georeferencing workshops (Stops on the International Georeferencing Road Show)
- I HerpNET/GBIF Georeferencing Workshop, Tervuren, Belgium December 2006
- II GBIF Georeferencing Workshop, Buenos Aires, Argentina, March 2007 (in Spanish)
- ORNIS Georeferencing Workshop, Berkeley, California, August 2007
- UAM Georeferencing Workshop, Fairbanks, Alaska, February 2008
- APN Georeferencing Workshop, Bariloche, Argentina, March 2008 (in Spanish)
- III GBIF Georeferencing Workshop, Madrid, Spain, May 2008
- DanBIF Georeferencing Workshop, Copenhagen, Denmark, Jan 2009
- Chapman, A.D. and J. Wieczorek (eds). 2006. Guide to Best Practices for Georeferencing. Copenhagen: Global Biodiversity Information Facility.
- Guralnick, R. P., J. Wieczorek, R. Beaman, R. J. Hijmans, the BioGeomancer Working Group. 2006. BioGeomancer: Automated georeferencing to map the world's biodiversity. PLOS Biology 4:1908.