Synopsis - PiDs Short Bites #2 - Identifying and linking physical samples with data using IGSNs

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Synopsis - PiDs Short Bites #2 - Identifying and linking physical samples with data using IGSNs
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2017
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A short synopsis of the ANDS webinar Identifying and linking physical samples with data using IGSNs-PiDs Short Bites #2 with Jens Klump, OCE Science Leader, earth Science informatics, CSIRO and Lesley Wyborn, Adjunct Fellow, National Computational Infrastructure Facility and Research School of Earth Sciences at ANU.
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