[tdwg-content] A proposal to improve Darwin Core for invasive species data (Quentin Groom)

Ramona Walls rlwalls2008 at gmail.com
Fri Jun 10 07:34:45 CEST 2016

Quentin and all:

I finally had a chance to read through this long list of emails. It's great
to see the discussions inspired by Quentin's proposal.

To bring this particular thread back into focus, Quentin, I think it would
be helpful if you could summarize the comments and suggestions that pertain
specifically to the proposed term changes, perhaps in the github doc if you
think that is appropriate. I would like to see some concrete next steps for
moving forward.

​I too am encouraged by Donald's remarks, as they capture much of what
inspired work on the BCO and are consistent with the directions that I
think TDWG needs to move to keep pace with biodiversity and data science.
As important as those high level changes are, I want to make sure we we
don't loose track of the much needed work on origin, occurrenceStatus and

Ramona L. Walls, Ph.D.
Senior Scientific Analyst, CyVerse, University of Arizona
Research Associate, Bio5 Institute, University of Arizona

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