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July 2nd, 2015
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Task groups to help make data more ‘fit for use’ in key research areas

GBIF has assembled a pair of panels of international experts to explore how best to improve the use and application of GBIF-mediated data in agrobiodiversity and distribution modelling.

Each task group will assess coverage and completeness of data—often referred to as ‘fitness for use’— and lends its expertise to recommend approaches that could improve research and applications in these thematic areas. Their work is part of a broader strategy to engage expert communities of interest to understand how biodiversity data are applied in particular use cases. Two researchers of the National Museum of Natural Sciences (CSIC, Spain) --, Jorge M. Lobo and Miguel Bastos Araújo -- are among the experts in these task groups.

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June 30th, 2015
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Videos available from Ecological Niche Modelling XI GBIF.ES Workshop

Now available the videos from the last Ecological Niche Modelling XI GBIF.ES Workshop organized by the Spanish GBIF Node in February 2015. The theoretical and practical sessions taught by Blas Benito (Aarhus University, Denmark) can be viewed in streaming through the GBIF.ES website and soon in high definition through the portal CIENCIATK CSIC. Permalink Permalink



May 29th, 2015
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New data collection through the GIBF network: Aranzadi Ringing Scheme (bird ring – recovery data)”

Now is available new data collection through the GIBF network: Aranzadi Ringing Scheme (bird ring – recovery data), from the GBIF Spain data portal and from GBIF.org.

This collection gathers more than 300 thousand proceeding records of ringing and recovery of birds compiled from 1950 for the Ringing office of the Aranzadi Science Society. In that for every record the name of the information about the species name, recovery location or capture method, for example, is provided.

With this adition the records published by Spanish institutions in the GBIF global network amounts more than 11 million records published by GBIF.es

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May 29th, 2015
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GBIF Workshop on Using, Managing and Publishing Biodiversity and Natural Heritage Data

This workshop aims to address both conceptual and practical aspects of informatics aimed to record, publish and exchange environmental data. Some topics that will be included are: standars designed to exchange information about biodiversity; databases concepts and digital informationmanagement; and useful tools, methodologies and references in data management.

It will take place in June 17 and 18, 2015 in the computing facility of The Royal Botanical Garden (CSIC). Subscription forms must be submitted to info@gbif.es before June 5th, 2015. More information...
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May 19th, 2015
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The Iberoamerican Infrastructure for Biodiversity Information (I3B) has accomplished the "Workshop on digital documentation in biodiversity", of the 13 to April 17. This workshop has been developed in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, and organized by Centro de Referência em Informação Ambiental - CRIA, INCT-Herbário Virtual da Flora e dos Fungos do Brasil INCT-HVFF, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais UFMG and the (GBIF.ES).

The Workshop there were 24 participants from 11 different countries (Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Chile, Mexico, Nicaragua, Uruguay, Venezuela and Spain), experts in the field of biodiversity. After the close of the workshop, the participants acquired the commitment to implement and disseminate the content learned in the workshop in their domestic environments and contribute to the work to make accessible the biological information in their areas of study.

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