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The Arctic University Museum of Norway will publish specimen data for the Macroalgae collection (Phaeophyta, Rhodophyta, Chlorophyta, and Charophyta) including an estimated 3500 + 431 + 300 +458 + 60 specimens.
The University of Oslo Natural History Museum will publish specimen data for parasitic insects (Diptera: Tachinidae; Hymenoptera: Cynipoidea, Chalcidoidea) including an estimated 6500 new specimen records.
The University of Bergen University Museum will publish georeferenced and data quality validated specimen records for an estimated 15 families of diptera. An estimated 3000 new specimen records and georeferenced to be added for an estimated 6400 specimen records.
NaturRestaurering AS will publish environmental survey data from many different projects. Including an estimated 4000 to 15 000 data records for vascular plants, birds, and fish.
NINA will publish species monitoring data for large and medium-size predators including arctic fox, red fox, wolverine, and golden eagle from above the treeline in Norway.
Museum Stavanger has published data of birds ringed with Norwegian rings from the period 1961 to 1990. The dataset includes 2,43 million ringed birds from 336 different species. The data is aggregated in relation to species, date, age, sex, status and locality, resulting in 633 060 species occurrences.
Four-day training workshop on biodiversity data mobilization for the Balkans. Organized by the Global Biodiversity Information facility (GBIF) secretariat.
The ECPGR working groups on forage crops and on barley invited GBIF-Norway to the joint workshop in Malmö to present the GBIF data portal.
The Research Council of Norway (RCN) organizes a workshop on 1st November 2016 to collect experiences on research data archiving and open access data publishing. The Norwegian GBIF-node will present the GBIF framework including dataset DOIs and download DOIs.
Meeting 23rd August 2016, between GBIF.no and Artsdatabanken, and NIBIO (Norwegian Institute of Bioeconomy Research) to discuss support for data publishing
NINA, NTNU University Museum, GBIF Norway and the NBIC (Artsdatabanken) organize a workshop on publication of biodiversity occurrence data to GBIF and the Norwegian Map Service (Artskart) at NINA in Trondheim in October 2015. Please let us know if you want to join the workshop! email@example.com