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News Archive - Page 38

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March the 8th, 2012
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ZamiaDroid includes the ability to query data from GBIF

Zamia is one of the applications included in B-VegAna,an integrated software package oriented towards the storage, management and analysis of ecological data developed by the Department of Plant Biology from Barcelona University. ZamiaDroid is developed for Android platform and makes easier to record field observations avoiding the process to transcribe field notes to the computer. All data recorded are georeferenced by default using the GPS mobile device and can be viewed in cartographic maps (googleMaps). The latest version, ZamiaDroid 1.7.4 includes the ability to query data from the GBIF network as well as interact with other external biodiversity information systems as SIBA, SIVIM or BDBC. This is a free and open source tool and can be downloaded from the Android Market.

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March the 1st, 2012
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GBIF Worskshop on Persistent Identifiers for biodiversity data

The GBIF Worskshop on Persistent Identifiers for biodiversity data took place in February 8th-10th in Madrid (Spain) and was organised by GBIF Secretariat and the Spanish GBIF Node. 24 people from 18 countries/organisations attended the course which was fully recorded and broadcast through the Cienciatk video library of the Spanish High Council for Science (CSIC). The live sessions were followed by around 400 people and had an average of 150 daily visits. In the following days, the recordings will be available through the Cienciatk site and the GBIF Spain web page. All resources used during the training sessions can be downloaded from the GBIF Community Site.
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February 27th, 2012
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8th Call of the GBIF Ecological Niche Modelling Workshop

The Coordination Unit of the Spanish GBIF Node organises the eighth GBIF Ecological Niche Modelling workshop. The basic concepts needed to understand and perform biological data analysis through modelling are studied in this practical workshop, together with diverse software commonly used in this field, as Open Modeller or MaxEnt. This workshop will be given by Blas M. Benito from Centro Andaluz de Medio Ambiente - Granada University. It will take place in April from the 24th to the 27th 2012 in the computing facility of The Royal Botanical Garden (CSIC). Subscription forms must be submitted to info@gbif.es before March the 19th, 2012. More information...
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February 24th, 2012
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The Alfred Toepfer Natural Heritage Scholarships 2012 are now open for applications! The award provides three young European conservationists with €3000 to undertake a study visit to one or more protected areas in European countries other than their own. They are awarded by the Alfred Toepfer Foundation and the EUROPARC Federation. The deadline for applications is Friday May 11th 2012.

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February the 22nd, 2012
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Reference database for Anthos' names (Spanish plants information system) with LSIDs

It is now available for downloading the databases with scientific names and persistent identifiers (LSIDs) extracted from The International Plant Names Index (IPNI) for the plant genera considered in the Anthos project. The information is provided in two formats compatible with some of the applications developed by the Coordination Unit of GBIF.ES, allowing databases to be handled as dictionary of names: NOMEN format compatible with Herbar, Zoorbar, HZL and BIBMASTER; and Species2000 format compatible with Darwin Test.

Some errors have been detected mapping higher taxonomic categories (above order) in several plant genera. For this reason, we have temporary disabled the downloading of the database until the issue is solved and errors are fixed. We apologize for the inconvenience.
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