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A Calflora "Great Place": White's Hill Open Space, Marin County.
This page does not have much description (yet), but does have abundant and excellent local plant photos from Chris Jaster, Jamie Smith, Richard Chasey, Vertin Alvarez, Bryan Derr, et al.
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In the news: Santa Monica Bay Audubon Society
Occasionally there is an error in a blog or we discover additional information after the blog is emailed to you. We usually don't send you another email with the correction (you probably already ha...
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Her's another citizen science article that mentions Calflora:
http://www.kcet.org/news/redefine/rewild/guides/8-cool-ways-you-can-do-citizen-science.html
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Calflora in the news:
Cornell Lab of Ornithology; Citizen Science
Data Policy: Exemplar Projects:
http://www.birds.cornell.edu/citscitoolkit/toolkit/policy/cases
This page presents three projects with good data policy and highlights aspects of each that are particularly strong. The first exemplar, Zooniverse, is an excellent example of cohesive data policy, policy that clarifies data ownership, and policy that includes legal disclaimers.
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Plant Name, Onopordum acanthium ssp. acanthium Scottish thistle. Date, 2014-06-20. Observer, Ed King (PROFILE). Source: Placer County Ag. Natural Status, wild. County, Placer. Coordinates, 39.30644,-120.67997: LOCATION CLOSEUP. Elevation, 1391 meters ...
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AKA "Plant Signaling" -- There is a lot here in this living book, including a couple of chapters from Gregory Bateson's "Mind and Nature."
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Seems like there is a relationship between Varela and Maturana's Autopoesis and biosemiotics:
https://www.google.com/#q=francisco+varela+biosemiotics
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WGH 2.0 is the first Calflora map application that can show the point distribution of several plants, where each plant is represented by a different colored marker. Here is an example of some North Coast plants starting near Ft Bragg. Try it out for yourself -- it is pretty simple to set up a 'palette' (correspondence between plant names and colored markers). Once you have a palette, you can apply it anywhere in the state.
Calflora Home · Calflora, What Grows Here?
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In the 2012 TJM2, this plant was known as Hydrophyllum capitatum var. alpinum. As of December 2014, the name accepted by the Jepson eFlora is Hydrophyllum alpestre. Stuart Wilson took a most elegant photo of it up in Modoc Co.
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books.google.com - This book provides an extensive overview of utility scale  solar  project  development  and  the  various tasks  required  to  bring  large  solar  power  p...
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Pollan mentions the 1973 book "The Secret Life of Plants." Lest we forget -- there was a movie version of that book in 1979, and Stevie Wonder did the soundtrack.
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