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November the 24th, 2015
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Goodwin et al. highlight that GBIF is a tool to build answers, and not for taking the data it serves for them

Goodwin & al. (2015). Widespread mistaken identity in tropical plant collections. Current Biology 25(22): R1066–R1067
http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cub.2015.10.002

The authors --analyzing tropical plant data found in GBIF -- demonstrate clearly that GBIF provides access to thousands of biodiversity databases, each one build with its own criteria and constrains, and with different levels of quality and currentness. Using “GBIF data” without a critical approach and without a deep understanding of the entities to be analyzed is going to result always in bad science, or in a wrong basis for decision-making.

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November the 19th, 2015
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GBIF publishes 2014 Science Review

GBIF has released the 2014 Science Review, its annual compilation of peer-reviewed papers that use data published through GBIF’s global infrastructure in scientific research. The Science Review documents 350 scientific papers published in 2014 that applied data drawn from across the GBIF network. The Review also illustrates the range of applications through selected summaries that reflect articles of special interest for the scientific and policy communities  such as invasive alien species; impacts of climate change; species conservation and protected areas; biodiversity and human health; food, farming and biofuels; ecosystem services and ecology, biogeography and evolutionary studies.

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November the 16th, 2015
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7th Meeting on Biodiversity Information and Local Environmental Governments: materials available

The 7th Meeting on Biodiversity Information and Local Environmental Governments took place in Santa Cruz de Tenerife on October 26-29 2015 and was organized by the Department of Nature Protection of the Canarian Government in collaboration with the Spanish GBIF Node. The objective of this meeting was to gather together technicians of the public government that work with different aspects of the biodiversity information, for providing the common share and integration of data and information about biodiversity and the search of common solutions. Technicians from eight different regions attended the conference (Andalusia, Aragon, the Balearic Islands, the Canary Islands, Catalonia, Valencia, Navarra and the Basque Country), as well as representatives of the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Environment, public companies and some island councils, among others. All materials are available on the website of the conference: www.gbif.es/AdministracionesAmbientales.php

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November 11th, 2015
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Online videos available from Workshop on Using, Managing and Publishing Biodiversity and Natural Heritage Data

The training videos from the last Workshop on Using, Managing and Publishing Biodiversity and Natural Heritage Data organized by the Coordination Unit of GBIF Spain in June 2015 in collaboration with the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Environment and the Spanish National Geographic Institute are now available online. A set of 11 videos trained by Alejandra Sánchez (IGN), Blanca Ruiz (MAGRAMA), Francisco Pando (GBIF.ES), Juan Manuel Villares (MAGRAMA), Marta Juanatey (IGN), Paloma Abad (IGN) and Víctor Sanz (Gobierno de Aragón) can now be accessed over the GBIF Spain website and soon in high definition through the portal CIENCIATK CSIC. More information...
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November the 5th, 2015
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2nd Workshop Facilitating citizen science on biodiversity

In May 2014 a conference-workshop was organised in Vitoria by the Basque Government in which stakeholders and interested parties got together to exchange ideas, experiences and analysis in citizen science and biodiversity data capture. On 18 and 19 November 2015 the Second Conference will be carried out with the same format as the previous year: short presentations of ongoing projects and work sessions (roundtables, debates, etc.) that allow us to identify the needs of different groups that obtain primary biodiversity data and agree the basis on which to design the different lines of work / projects that allow us all to optimize resources and be more efficient in the management and use of data. Registration is required.  

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