Are you looking for somewhere to share your published stable isotope data on faunal remains? The Faunal Isotopes Database (FID) within the Neotoma Paleoecology Database offers a way to store and share data in a secure, accessible format.
Data entered into the FID are open access and there is no charge to either upload or retrieve data. They must have been published in a peer reviewed article or be currently in review.
A webinar took place on Zoom, Friday October 30th, at 10AM-12PM, EST. You can view a recorded version on YouTube.
Neotoma uses the program Tilia for data entry. A workshop for tjhose interested in learning Tilia and serving data stewards will be organized in 2021. Watch this space!