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News Archive - Page 38

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April the 27th, 2012
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Online videos for the GBIF Training course on persistent identifiers

The training videos from the last Persistent identifiers for biodiversity data workshop organized by GBIF Secretariat and GBIF Spain and celebrated in the Royal Botanical Garden-CSIC of Madrid (Spain) in February 2012, are now available online. A set of 17 videos with the presentations of the trainers Greg Riccardi from Florida State University, Nicola Nicolson from the Royal Botanic Gardens (Kew) and Kevin Richards from Landcare Research (New Zealand) can be now accessed over both the CIENCIATK and the GBIF Spain websites.
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April the 23rd, 2012
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GBIF.ES Elearning Workshop on Sensitive Data Management

Subscription period is now open for the upcoming Online Workshop on Sensitive Data Management that will take place in June the 6th-27th, 2012. Sometimes it is not advisable to publish all the available information about species or collection specimens. This is the case of endangered or scientific and economic valuable species. This subject will be tackled during this workshop, together with the strategies used at present. Good practices and recommendations will also be presented. Subscription forms must be submitted to info@gbif.es before May the 15th. More information...
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April the 4th, 2012
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1st Introductory Workshop on Scientific Audiovisual Production in the science outreach and biodiversity study framework

It is now open the registration period for the next GBIF Workshop on Scientific Audiovisual Production in the science outreach and biodiversity study framework. This theoretical and practical workshop covers the entire process of audiovisual production and post-production, providing students the basic theoretical and technical skills to obtain a finished audiovisual product. It is targeted to those researchers with basic or no previous knowledge on the subject who need to acquire these skills. It is coorganised with the Scientific Media Library from the National Museum of Natural Sciences (CSIC) and will take place in May the 22nd-24th, in Madrid. Applications should be sent to info@gbif.es before April 25th, 2012.

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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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