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GBIF Governing Board Meeting GB21

New Delhi (India)
16-18 septiembre 2014
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Conferencia Internacional "Botánicos del siglo XXI: funciones, retos y oportunidades"

Paris (France)
22-25 Septiembre 2014
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Taller GBIF.ES sobre herramientas para Cibertaxonomía

Madrid
24-26 septiembre 2014
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The Global Biodiversity Facility GBIF is an inter-governmental organization borned in 2001 that currently comprises 53 governments and 43 international organizations. GBIF is a network of national nodes with an international mandate settled in Copenhagen. The main goal of GBIF is to provide free and open online access to global biodiversity data supporting at the same time scientific research, conservation and sustainable development. More information...

 
 
August 25th, 2014
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The National Inventory of Terrestrial Species (IEET) available in GBIF

The National Inventory of Terrestrial Species has been recently added to the GBIF network.   This set of data was published by the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Environment, consisting of over 600,000 records. This database covers the distribution, abundance and conservation status of Spanish terrestrial flora and fauna.  With this addition we exceed the 10 MILLION Spanish biodiversity records in the GBIF network. Visit the GBIF data portal to access them.


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July 22nd, 2104
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Online videos for the I3B Workshop on Species Distribution Models

The training videos from the last I3B Workshop on Fundamentals, evaluation and future of species distribution models organized by The National Commission for Knowledge and Use of Biodiversity (CONABIO) and the Spanish GBIF Node (GBIF.ES) in Tepoztlan, Mexico from June 2 to 6 are now available online. A set of 27 videos trained by Andrés Lira (Universidad de Kansas), Enrique Martínez Meyer (Instituto de Biología, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México), Francisco Pando (GBIF.ES) and Jorge M. Lobo (Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales, España) can be now accessed over the GBIF Spain website and soon in high definition through the portal CIENCIATK CSIC.


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July 2014
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Herbar Zoorbar Ligero 4.3

It is now available a new version of HZL. Herbar Zoorbar Ligero (HZL) is a computer application designed to manage and digitize either Botanical Collections or Zoological Collections. Its main goal is making the data exchange easier for users by using fast recording tables so, it is not neccesary to work with the complete versions of Zoorbar or Herbar. In this new version there are new features and improvements such as importing attributes from tables Quick Check and its automatic adaptation to the new format, improved export attributes to Darwin Core 1.4, the ability to configure tags to display personalized information (including attributes), among other

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July 9th, 2014
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GBIF.ES Workshop on Tools for Cybertaxonomy

The Coordination Unit of the Spanish GBIF Node organices the GBIF.ES Workshop on Tools for Cybertaxonomy that will take place in  September 24-26, 2014 in the computing facility of The Royal Botanical Garden (CSIC). This workshop will introduce some of the most relevant informatic tools available now to support different aspects of taxonomic, such as  ScratchpadsMorphbank, Mendeley, Workflowsdata papers, IPT. Subscriptions forms must be submitted to info@gbif.es before September the 2nd.

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