William E. Boyd

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The advent and adoption of Web 2.0 technologies offers a powerful approach to enhancing the capture of information in natural resource ecology, notably community knowledge of species distributions. Such information has previously been collected using, for example, postal surveys; these are typically inefficient, with low response rates, high costs, and(More)
Advanced technology has made a dramatic entry into courtrooms across the United States. Lawyers and judges who are experienced in the use of technology believe it lends credibility to the presenter and otherwise makes for a more e f f e ctive presentation and a greater likelihood of success in a trial. However, the support for these views is largely(More)
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