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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...

 
 
September 18th, 2017
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GBIF.ES Workshop: "Use and Management of GBIF Biodiversity Data Portals"

Subscription period is now open for the GBIF.ES Workshop: Use and Management of GBIF Biodiversity Data Portals that will take place in November 7-8, 2017 in the computing facility of the Royal Botanic Garden (CSIC) of Madrid from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

This theoretical-practical workshop was designed following the launch in August 2017 of the new GBIF international data portal (www.gbif.org). The first day of the workshop will be focused to explore the new features of the new website. This part will be conducted by GBIF Secretariat staff. During the second day we will show how to use the National Data Portal of GBIF.ES (http://datos.gbif.es) based on ALA technology (www.ala.org.au).

The subscription form is available online and must be submitted before October the 6th.

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August 22nd, 2017
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Open call: Training in participatory biodiversity monitoring

Until August 31, the deadline to register for the Participatory Biodiversity Monitoring Course is open, to be held at the Rio Claro Natural Reserve in Antioquia, Colombia, from October 23 to 28, 2017.

Staff from GBIF participants in Colombia, Argentina, Mexico and Spain will come together for initial in-person instruction about community-based monitoring. Together, they’ll explore theory and practice while learning how to design a participatory monitoring plan, develop shared methodologies for collaborations between scientists and communities, select practices and technologies that ensure high-quality data and information management and monitor and evaluate the impact of such projects.

Forms for registration and more information of interest, can be found at the following link: https://www.sibcolombia.net/curso-de-monitoreo-participativo-en-biodiversidad/

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August 10th, 2017
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GBIF.ES Workshop: Record and Manage Observations From Nature Using Natusfera

Subscription period is now open for the GBIF.ES Workshop: Record and Manage Observations From Nature Using Natusfera that will take place in October 5th, 2017 in the computing facility of the Royal Botanic Garden (CSIC) of Madrid. This training event is aimed at managers and participants of nature associations, teachers in environmental sciences, environmental technicians, and any amateur or professional who wants to learn or share their observations of biodiversity. It will be structured in four modules that include notions about citizen science, the GBIF network, generalities about Natusfera and its main functionalities: observations, species, projects, places, guides and people. In addition, successful experiences of projects using Natusfera will be presented. The practical session will consist of recording observations in the Royal Botanic Garden, their synchronization and subsequent revision. Finally we will give an overview of the current potential of this tool showing how to import the observations of Natusfera in a GIS.

The subscription form is available online and must be submitted before September the 8th.

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July 21st, 2017
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GBIF publishes its 2017 Science Review

A new number of the Science Review has recently been released by GBIF. This document provides an annual survey drawn from the Secretariat’s ongoing literature tracking programme, which identifies research uses and citations of biodiversity information accessed through GBIF’s global infrastructure. This year's report gathers together more than 400 scientific papers published in 2016 which means a 7% annual growth rate. Spanish authors published 34 papers in 2016 using GBIF-mediated data that places Spain seventh on the list of world countries.

The report can be downloaded at the following link: https://demo.gbif.org/science-review

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