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The 2015 CLIR Biodiversity Heritage Library (BHL) Field Notes Project successfully digitized nearly 500,000 pages of scientific research. BHL Project staff are now investigating new techniques to transcribe text, data, and media and transform this content into structured data that will improve humanity's understanding of climate change impacts on biodiversity.
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