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  • PowerPoint Presentation
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    Original URL path: http://barcoding.si.edu/presentations/DanBIF.htm (2015-06-03)
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    Original URL path: http://barcoding.si.edu/presentations/Barcoding_CMP_Mar2004.htm (2015-06-03)
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  • Campinas Pictures
    manager taking notes at the Regional Working Group Meeting Campinas Bob Hanner Meg Fritzsche Jose Alves Gomes Katie Ferrell and David Schindel at the closing dinner in Campinas Brazil Roberto Melendez Esperanza Torres Jose Clavijo Cristina de Moura Joao at the Royal Palm Tower Hotel Santiago Madrinan and Cassio van den Berg discuss barcoding View from the hotel of Campinas Brazil Participants listen intently to the presenters Celio Magalhaes Miguel

    Original URL path: http://barcoding.si.edu/Campinas_Pictures.html (2015-06-03)
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  • Consortium for the Barcode of Life (CBOL)
    for producing DNA barcodes 18 00 18 30 National International support for ABBI projects 18 30 18 45 Synthesis of discussions 16 45 17 00 Setting the scene for group discussion about a regional strategy for FISH BOL in South America 17 00 17 30 Sources of tissue samples in Colombia Arturo Acero 17 30 18 00 Barcode of Marine and freshwater fishes in Mexico and Guatemala Martha Valdez Moreno Salvador Contreras Balderas 18 00 18 30 Seeking funds for ongoing and new FISH BOL projects 18 30 18 45 Synthesis of discussions 20 30 Dinner Thursday 15 ABBI 9 30 9 45 Introduction to the methodological session 9 45 10 25 Intraspecific phylogeography of Southern Cone taxa Genealogical patterns causes and implications for efficient sampling regimes Stephen Lougheed 10 15 10 55 Large scale barcode production Paul Hebert FISH BOL 9 30 9 50 Leptocephali and Elopomorph fishes linking their stages in the ontogeny Daniel Figueroa 9 50 10 00 Introduction to organizational issues 10 00 10 30 Strategies for specimen collection and curation of vouchers Planning a regional Repository for producing DNA Daniel Fernández Juan Díaz de Astarloa 10 30 10 55 Strategies for collecting and curating voucher specimens in Brazil José Alves Gomes Michael Mincarone 10 55 11 10 Coffee break 11 10 11 50 BOLD Data System Paul Hebert 11 50 12 30 Aspects for Improving the ABBI Patricia Escalante 12 30 13 10 DNA based identification applied to some Neotropical Passeriformes Fabricio Santos 11 50 12 20 Strategies for training people for sampling and processing fish specimens and samples 12 20 12 50 Sources for a rapid specimen acquisition fisheries surveys fishing tournaments commercial fishermen fish markets 12 50 13 10 On line FISH BOL demonstration Robert Hanner 13 10 14 40 Lunch 14 40

    Original URL path: http://barcoding.si.edu/CBOLArgentinaAgenda.html (2015-06-03)
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  • Cape Town Pictures
    lunch at the ABBI FISHBOL meeting All the meals were held at Mangiata where they served large portions fitting to the restaurant s name David Schindel Pablo Tubaro and Dario Lijtmaer Ricardo Galleguillos presents at the FISH BOL Meeting Paul Hebert Martha Valdez Moreno Steve Lougheed and Stan Whitesman enjoy a dinner with the other participants Participants enjoy a fine meal at the closing dinner Cristina Miyaki enjoys dinner with

    Original URL path: http://barcoding.si.edu/BuenosAires_Pictures.html (2015-06-03)
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  • CoML_Agenda_2006
    Laboratory Barcodes and Zoocodes ppt 3 98 MB 11 30 Paul Silva University of California Berkeley Barcodes and the Botanical Code of Nomenclature pdf 488 KB 12 00 Lunch Afternoon Discussion Chair Brian Leander 1 30 Open discussion on problems associated with establishing the correct linkage between barcodes and taxonomic types authentic cultures etc 3 30 Coffee Break 4 00 Open discussion on problems associated with misidentified or mislabeled cultures

    Original URL path: http://barcoding.si.edu/SloanProtistMeetingAgenda2006.htm (2015-06-03)
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  • Consortium for the Barcode of Life (CBOL)
    Discuss possible barcoding initiatives that respond to national and regional needs Begin the process of assessing priorities and needs related to barcoding projects and Initiate the formation of regional networks for collaboration on barcoding projects The first meeting was held in Cape Town South Africa in April 2006 The second meeting has in the eastern Africa hosted by Nairobi in October 2006 Other meetings are planned for South America and Southern Asia during 2007 These workshops are meant to create awareness assess needs and start networks Report of the Nairobi Meeting pdf399kb Meeting Announcement Meeting Agenda and Presentations Participants represented diversified institutions in the region They included biodiversity researchers and policymakers taxonomists with and without experience in molecular bio markers ministries of agriculture and environment public health scientists and private sector companies who use or are potential users of barcoding technology The majority of participants from overseas were CBOL officials who made presentations Representatives from South Africa reported on activities sparked by the first regional barcode meeting held in Cape Town South Africa in April 2006 The National Museums of Kenya Nairobi CBOL Secretariat together with local partners hosted the Eastern Africa DNA Barcoding Meeting with 61 participants from 15

    Original URL path: http://barcoding.si.edu/Regional_Meeting_Nairobi.htm (2015-06-03)
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  • Cape Town Pictures
    Kenya Freek Bakker Karen Armstrong and Athula Perera Executive Secretary David Schindel giving a talk at the Regional Working Group Meeting Nairobi It s the International Conga Line Dickens Risky Meg and Collins in the lobby of the Panafric Hotel Giraffe Crossing at Nairobi National Park Pablo Tubaro and Jose Alves Gomez Michel Veuille Pablo Tubaro and Richard Smith enjoying the game drive Scott Miller and David Schindel Helida Oyieke

    Original URL path: http://barcoding.si.edu/Nairobi_Pictures.htm (2015-06-03)
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