During the next Data Use Club <> webinar, three speakers from the Science and Decision Support Team at theAtlas of Living Australia
Join the Atlas of Living Australia (ALA)
This workshop, organized in Croatia as part of the CESP project “CroMent” (CESP2023-006)
The two organisations will come to together to develop a joint GBIF-OBIS action plan to further support collaboration between the two infrastructures.
Participation by invitation only.
The theme for February session of the Technical Support Hour for Node, is DNA
As the BID programme
The knowledge exchange webinar will:
* Provide a platform for BID project teams to showcase key achievements and impacts of their BID-funded projects. * [...]
SBDI Days: Towards data-driven ecology is hosted by the Swedish Biodiversity Data Infrastructure and will take place on January 24th-25th 2024 at the Swedish Museum of Natural History in Stockholm.
The event will offer keynotes and presentations, posters, demonstrations, and time to mingle and exchange ideas about data driven [...]
A transformative three-day hackathon titled Harnessing Digital Twinning for Sustainable Agriculture: Predictive Characterisation and Conservation of Crop Wild Relatives, takes place from January 23rd to 25th, 2024 in Oslo, Norway.
The event, promises to unravel the immense potential of digital twinning in revolutionizing global agricultural practices.
This January, we celebrate one year of Technical Support Hour for Nodes
In the first session of 2024, Paloma Shimabukuro
The 2023 GBIF Graduate Researchers Award winners will present their work to theGBIF Data Use Club <> community.
Join ecologists from around the world in December 2023 for Europe’s largest and most welcoming conference dedicated to ecology.
Each year our Annual Meeting attracts over 1200 delegates and provides opportunities to meet new colleagues, develop your career, learn new skills, and share your science with the global ecological community.
Join GBIF Secretariat communications manager Kyle Copas
Monday, 12 December 2023: 17:05-17:15 How Biodiversity Data Supports Research on Climate-driven Changes in Patterns of Human Diseases
In the December session, we will explain the new features of Integrated Publishing Toolkit Version 3.0 (IPT3).
For some background information, you can read our release information here
Join us for an update on the Global Registry of Scientific Collections. In this community call we will focus on the first item of the GRSciColl road map: the review of the data schema.
* Welcome and introduction * Data Schema and Road Map Update * Q&A and [...]
In collaboration with Department of Disease Control, Ministry of Public Health (MoPH), Thailand and the Thailand Pest Management Association (TPMA) as co-organizations, Prof. Theeraphap Chareonviriyaphap from Kasetsart University (KU), is planning to host the Asia Pacific Conference on Mosquito and Vector Control (AMV) held in Chiang Mai between 27 and [...]
Join GBIF Secretariat communications manager Kyle Copas
The theme of the conference will follow the NBN Trust Strategy 2022-2027 “Making data work for nature” with each [...]
This event focuses on: Reviewing the latest advances in EO and Earth System Science across domains and specially to showcase the latest ESA and EC funded results, projects (e.g., ESA Science Clusters), and initiatives as a basis for networking and interdisciplinary science.
Why is data citation crucial for biodiversity data?
Data citation is a fundamental step in promoting transparency, credibility, and collaboration in the field of biodiversity research. It ensures that the hard work of data collectors and curators is recognized and facilitates the sharing and integration of valuable biodiversity datasets.
In this November session, we will explain how we identify related occurrence records on GBIF (which is sometimes referred to as the GBIF "data clustering" feature). For some background information, you can read our blogposthere
Organized by the International Science Council’s Committee on Data (CODATA) and World Data System (WDS), and the Research Data Alliance (RDA), International Data Week brings together a global community of data scientists and data stewards; researchers from all domains; data, interoperability and informatics experts from all fields; industry leaders, entrepreneurs [...]
The 30th meeting of the GBIF Governing Board and associated events will take place in Canberra, Australia, on 15-20 October 2023.
15 October - Nodes Training - Day 1
The Global Conference on Biodiversity and Monitoring is organized by GEO BON and its partners between 10-13 October 2023 in Montreal, Canada.
One year after COP15 of the UN CBD and the landmark agreement of a Global Biodiversity Framework, the GEO BON global conference will focus on the grand challenge [...]
The Biodiversity Information Standards (TDWG) annual conference in 2023 will be a hybrid meeting, hosted in Hobart, Tasmania by theAtlas of Living Australia, ALA
In the October issue of the support hour, the Data Products team will explain what the current routine is to improve the stability of occurrence urls (IDs).See this news item for some background.
Enhancing capacity to mobilize and use biodiversity data effectively to support the Global Biodiversity Framework
This GBIF- and EU-hosted symposium brings together key stakeholders, including representatives from funded projects, funders, aligned initiatives, and policymakers to reflect on the progress to date of theBiodiversity Information for Development <> (BID) programme. The [...]
Our next community webinar will explore another example of how the new data model <> expands the possibilities for evolving and enriching the Darwin Core standard, this time taken from theWorldFAIR
GBIF and Embrapa
During this Zoom event, you will have an opportunity to preview the agendas for the Global Nodes Training and Global Nodes Meeting to be held inCanberra Australia 15-17 October
Even if you are unable to attend the events in Canberra, we encourage you to attend thisvirtual event
The GBIF technical support hour for Nodes is back!
For this session, we have a guest, Daniel Noesgaard
El objetivo de este evento es dar a conocer el estado del arte de la gestión y uso de las colecciones biológicas y la implementación de sistemas de datos abiertos de biodiversidad en Latinoamérica mediante el intercambio de experiencias internacionales (Argentina, Brasil, Colombia, Ecuador, México y Chile).
El simposio se [...]
In a world where biodiversity and ecosystem services are at high risk, business as usual is no longer possible. Transformation of how societies deal with natural resources is much needed, but requires a better understanding of how ecological and social-ecological systems respond to change and human intervention. Ecological Modelling thus [...]
IPBES 10 will be preceded by regional consultations and a Stakeholder Day on 27 August 2023. Further information on these events will follow in due course.
At IPBES 10, the Plenary will consider, among other items, the thematic assessment of invasive alien species, as well as requests, inputs and suggestions [...]
A community call with network members who are running GBIF's hosted portal service <> will provide an opportunity for introducing some new teams, sharing updates on progress, and discussing potential new features.
| Time | Topic | Speaker | | ----------- | --------------------------------------------------------- | -------------------| | 14:00–14:05 |Welcome and [...]
One of the challenges to open access biodiversity data in Asia is the lack of technical skills among data holders to mobilize it and make it available. The GBIF Biodiversity Data Mobilization workshop trains data holders in project management, data capture, data management and data publication, with a focus on [...]
The Ecological Society of America advances the science and practice of ecology and supports ecologists throughout their careers. The field of ecology has much to offer in addressing pressing ecological problems at all scales. Ecologists working in the private sector (e.g., as consultants, for industry, or in NGOs) and public [...]
ICCB is the premier global meeting for conservation scientists and professionals, including researchers, students, agency personnel, environmental educators, practitioners, and other conservation stakeholders. Attendees gather for lively discussions and scientific presentations on the nexus between biodiversity conservation and genetics, ecology, biogeography, anthropology, history, psychology, economics, conservation marketing, religion, and more.
Call for Symposia Proposals - Deadline 31, October, 2022
The Freshwater Biological Association FBA will be hosting SEFS13 in Newcastle Upon Tyne, England.