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On the Ground
- • Spatial data is valuable to researchers for locating studies that occur in a particular area of interest, or one with similar attributes.
- • Without a standard in publishing protocol, spatial data largely goes unreported, or is difficult to find without searching the publication.
- • Assigning location data and displaying points on a public web map makes locating publications based on spatial location possible.
Ryan G. Howell, Steven L. Petersen, Christopher S. Balzotti, Paul C. Rogers, Mark W. Jackson, and Anne E. Hedrich, Using webgis to develop a spatial bibliography for organizing, mapping, and disseminating research information: A case study of quaking aspen, Rangelands 41 (2019), no. 6, 244 – 247.