Research

ser-a-digm (noun)

  1. To change a model for understanding through increasing the degree and quality of internal connectedness
  2. A company dedicated to making organisations more effective through new understandings of knowledge
    see the derivation of the word seradigm…

White papers and presentations

The most recent publications are listed on the right hand side of the page, or see the White Papers and Presentations page for a full list of available research papers from Seradigm.

Publications and reports

Carver, J. (2008) “Environment Data 2.0 – Building the digital platform for a sustainable future” A Draft Environment Sector Data Management Vision and Action Plan discussion document prepared for MoRST, April 2008

Carver, J. (2007) “Sharing Biodiversity Data, Information and Knowledge – A Strategy for the Terrestrial and Freshwater Biodiversity Information System (TFBIS)”, July 2007

Carver, J. Cooper, J. Vignaux, M. and Wilton, A (2007) “What’s in a name?” Scoping study for the New Zealand Organisms Register Project, prepared for the Terrestrial and Freshwater Biodiversity Information System Fund, February 2007

Carver, J. (2006) “Taming the Swell – A Report On The Data Management Gaps Analysis For Oceans Survey 20/20”, report prepared for Land Information New Zealand, December 2006

Carver, J. (2005) “Research Data Saving and Sharing”, discussion paper prepared for the Ministry of Research, Science and Technology by Seradigm Limited, Christchurch, June 2005

Carver, J and Cooper, J (2005) “A Survey of Regional Council Biodatabases”, prepared for the Terrestrial and Freshwater Biodiversity Information System Fund, June 2005

Carver, J and Cooper, J (2005) “Readiness of major New Zealand biodatabases to integrate with GBIF”, prepared for the Terrestrial and Freshwater Biodiversity Information System Fund, June 2005

Carver, J. (2005) “Research Data Saving and Sharing”, discussion paper prepared MoRST, June 2005

Carver, J. (2004) “Review of Environmental Science Data within Landcare Research and NIWA”, report prepared for MoRST, August 2004

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