Even if ROAR has to start all over again and re-collect
the signatures, they will do it, he said.
Cornell's ethical mourners become chiffoniers as they re-collect
the traces of the "Other," gathering and re-membering fragments of identities.
Similarly, poor quality in the laboratory - the need to repeat tests, re-collect
specimens, issue corrected reports, recalibrate assays - can be financially accounted for in terms of the expenses of poor quality.
It also reduces the time required to re-collect
or re-build well log data information from past projects that may be difficult to find, lost or stored at a remote location.
In some cases, it may be more cost-effective to re-collect
what a researcher needs each time from the wild, once we know where it is, than to maintain the total diversity of wild relatives in a gene bank," Sperling says.