Dave Vieglais

David Vieglais

Senior Scientist
Off Campus
Publications: 

 (i) Publications Most Relevant to Proposed Project

Wieczorek, J., Bloom, D., Guralnick, R., Blum, S., Döring, M., Giovanni, R., Robertson, R., Vieglais, D. (2012) Darwin core: An evolving community-developed biodiversity data standard. PLoS ONE 7(1) doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0029715

Michener, W., Vieglais, D., Vision, T., Kunze, J., Cruse, P., & Janée, G. (2011). DataONE: Data Observation Network for Earth - Preserving Data and Enabling Innovation in the Biological and Environmental Sciences. D-Lib Magazine. 17(1) doi:10.1045/january2011-michener

Stockwell, D.R.B, Beach J.H., Stewart A., Vorontsov G., Vieglais D., Scachetti Pereira, R. (2006) The use of the GARP genetic algorithm and internet grid computing in the Lifemapper world atlas of species biodiversity. Ecological Modelling 1:139-145

Michener, W., Beach J., Bowers S., Downey L., Jones, M., Ludäscher B., Pennington D., Rajasekar A., Romanello S., Schildhauer M., Vieglais D. and Zhang J. (2005) Data Integration and Workflow Solutions for Ecology. Lecture Notes in Computer Science. Springer Berlin/ Heidelberg. 3615(2005):321-324

Peterson, A.T., Vieglais, D.A., Nacarro, A.G., & Silva, M.A. (2003) A global distributed biodiversity information network: building the world museum. Bull. B.O.C. 123A:186-196

(ii) Five Other Significant Publications

Michener, W.K., Allard, S., Budden, A., Cook, R.B., Douglass, K., Frame, M., Kelling, S., Koskela, R., Tenopir, C., Vieglais, D.A. (2012) Participatory design of DataONE - Enabling cyberinfrastructure for the biological and environmental sciences. Ecological Informatics 11:5-15 doc:10.1016/j.ecoinf.2011.08.007

Kluza, D. A., D. A. Vieglais, J. K. Andreasen, and A. T. Peterson. (2007) Sudden oak death: geographic risk estimates and predictions of origins. Plant Pathology 56:580-587.

Iguchi, K., Matsuura, K., McNyset, K.M., Peterson, A.T., Scachetti-Pereira, R. Powers, K.A. Vieglais, D.A., Wiley, E.O. and Yodo, T. (2004) Predicting Invasions of North American Basses in Japan Using Native Range Data and a Genetic Algorithm. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 133:845–854

Vieglais, D.A. (2003) Distributed Generic Information Retrieval, DiGIR.  http://digir.sourceforge.net

Dijkstra, P., Hymus, G., Colavito, D., Vieglais, D.A., Cundari, C.M., Johnson, D.P., Hungate, B.A., Hinkle, C.R., and Drake, B.G. (2002) Elevated atmospheric CO2 stimulates aboveground biomass in a fire-regenerated scrub-oak ecosystem. Global Change Biology 8:1, 90–103

Education: 

1986, B.S. in botany (Honors 1), University of Queensland
1992, Ph.D. in botanical ecophysiology/ecology, University of Queensland
1992-1996, Post Doc, J. F. Kennedy Space Center

Current Academic Appointments: 

2009-present, Director of Development and Operations for DataONE
2001-present, Senior Scientist, The Natural History Museum and Biodiversity Research Center, University of Kansas

Previous Academic Appointments: 

2007-2008, Sabbatical Fellow, National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis
2002-2003, Chair of subcommittee for Data Access and Database Interoperability. The Global Biodiversity Information Facility, Copenhagen, Denmark.
1999-2000, Informatics Specialist, The Natural History Museum and Biodiversity Research Center, University of Kansas
1998-1999, Informatics Specialist, Kansas Applied Remote Sensing, and The Natural History Museum and Biodiversity Research Center, University of Kansas.
1996-1998,  Vice President, Helios Environmental Modeling Institute, Lawrence, Kansas.
1996-1998, Research Associate, GIS and Environmental Modeling Lab, University of Kansas

Colleagues and Collaborators: 

Suzie Allard, University of Tennessee
Paul Allen, Cornell Universty
Hank Bart, Tulane University
James Beach, University of Kansas
Duane Costa,University of New Mexico
Stan Blum, California Academy of Science
Shawn Bowers, University of California, Davis
James Brunt, University of New Mexico
Randy Butler, National Center for Supercomputing Applications
Robert Cook, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Patrisha Cruse, University of California
Mike Frame, National Biological Information Infrastructure, USGS
Corrina Gries, University of Wisconsin, Madison.
Stephanie Hampton, National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis
Vivian Hutchison, National Biological Information Infrastructure, USGS
Matt Jones, National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis
Jessie Kennedy, Napier University
Leonard Krishtalka, University of Kansas
John Kunze, University of California Office of the President
Hilmar Lapp, National Center for Evolutionary Analysis and Synthesis
Bertram Ludescher, University of California, Davis
Bill Michener, University of New Mexico
Robert Morris, University of Massachusetts
Adolfo Navaro, Universidad Nacional Autonoma De Mexico
Town Peterson, University of Kansas
Robert Peet, University of North Carolina
Line Pouchard, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Jim Quinn, University of California, Davis
Nelson Rios, Tulane University
C.R. Robbins, University of Kansas
Allen Rodrigo, National Center for Evolutionary Analysis and Synthesis
Robert Sandusky, University of Tennessee
Ryan Scherle, National Center for Evolutionary Analysis and Synthesis
Mark Schildhauer, National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis
Norm Slade, University of Kansas
Aaron Steele, University of California, Berkeley
Barb Stein, University of California, Berkeley
Aimee Stewart, University of Kansas
David Stockwell, San Diego Supercomputer Center
Boyce Tankersley, Chicago Botanic Garden
Carol Tenopir, University of Tennessee
Dave Thau, University of California, Davis
Linda Treub, University of Kansas
Todd Vision, National Center for Evolutionary Analysis and Synthesis
David Wake, University of California, Berkeley
John Wieczorek, University of California, Berkeley
Ed Wiley, University of Kansas
Bruce Wilson, Oak Ridge National Laboratory