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Caleb Powell
Graduate Student
Biology, Geology, and Environmental Science
B.S. Environmental Science: Biology, Minor Economics, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, 2017
  qvd441@mocs.utc.edu
  423-425-5440
  109 Collins Office Annex

Degree Tract: Thesis

Advisor: Dr. Joey Shaw

Research Interests: My work has primarily focuses on improving natural history information accessibility, and reliability. I am a fervent generalist, with research interest including Environmental Science, Biology, Computer Science & Economics.

Presentations:

Shaw, J. & Powell, C. & Morris, A. (2018) Building large digitization teams to achieve high digitization throughput of herbarium specimens. Presented at the 79 th annual meeting of the Association Of Southeastern Biologists, Myrtle beach, SC.

Powell, C. & Motley, J. & Qin, H. & Shaw, J. (2018) A new application to avert transcription errors in digitization of Natural History collections: Stopping the “taxonomic telephone.” Presented at the 79th annual meeting of the Association Of Southeastern Biologists, Myrtle beach, SC.

Motley, J. & Powell, C. & Shaw, J. (2018) Developing and Testing Expedient SERNEC Data Entry Solutions: a proposed modification to the SERNEC/Symbiota portal to speed data entry from images. Presented at the 79th annual meeting of the Association Of Southeastern Biologists, Myrtle beach, SC.

Shaw, J & Powell, C. & Estes, D & Ashley Morris. (2017) Digitizing one million herbarium specimens in Tennessee. Presented at the 127th Meeting of the Tennessee Academy of Science, Martin, TN.

Powell, C. & Motley, J & Chunn, S & Shaw, J. & Qin, H. (2017) Modernizing field collection methods. Presented at the 127th Meeting of the Tennessee Academy of Science, Martin, TN.

Shelton, J & Rylander, E & Powell, C. (2017) “A Story Map of the Existing Collections of Augustin Gattinger”. Presented at the 127th Meeting of the Tennessee Academy of Science, Martin, TN.