Coral study leads to new partnerships

Wolstenholme, Jackie (2015) Coral study leads to new partnerships. Share: the newsletter of the Australian National Data Service, 23. p. 7.

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Jackie Wolstenholme, a research services librarian at James Cook University, wrote her PhD thesis on species boundaries in corals. After making her work open and accessible, one small table of data led to interest from two professors at the University of Sydney: Emeritus Professor Liam Burke, a physiologist, and Professor Maria Byrne, a marine biologist. Together with Japanese researcher Dr Yoko Nozawa from Academia Sinica, Taiwan, they have teamed up to study new perspectives on the timing of coral spawning. Jackie told Share more…

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Item Type: Article (Commentary)
Keywords: data, research data management, coral spawning, timing, open research data, data reuse
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Date Deposited: 04 Feb 2016 23:36
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