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The UiO Natural History Museum in Oslo organizes an event on Sunday 22 October for citizen science contribution to the registration for the museum specimen collections in paleontology (fossils). WeDigBio is a global event organized by natural history museums worldwide between October 19 and 22.
Biodiversity Information Standards (TDWG) 2017 annual conference in Ottawa, Canada 1-6 October.
The annual GBIF Governing Board meeting will be held in Helsinki.
The European GBIF Nodes will meet in Stockholm in May.
Large number of specimens in the Natural History Museums remain un-digitized and are not yet available in electronic form. The Volunteer Portal is a citizen science project where amateur naturalists are invited to contribute to the electronic registration of herbarium collections. Telemark Botanical Society will help us to test and explore the Volunteer Portal.
If a tree falls in the forest and nobody publish the event in GBIF, did it really happen? Global Biodiversity Information Facility, free and open access to biodiversity data.
The GBIF node and the Norwegian Biodiversity Information Center (NBIC, Artsdatabanken) will organize a biodiversity informatics seminar at the University of Bergen about data publication and use on 14th December 2016.
The GBIF node and the Norwegian Biodiversity Information Center (NBIC, Artsdatabanken) organize a data publishing seminar at NORD University campus Steinkjer 1st December 2016.
Annual seminar 2016 for the Norwegian University Museum IT collaboration at Gardermoen 11th to 12th October 2016.
Downloading species occurrence data using the GBIF web-service API. (Tilgang og nedlasting av stedfestede artsdata fra GBIF med webtjenester).
GBIF Norway (GBIF.no) and the Norwegian Biodiversity Information Centre (Artsdatabanken.no) organize a seminar on data publishing in Tromsø on 7th and 8th of September 2016.
GBIF BIFA mentoring: Orientation Workshop on Mobilizing Biodiversity Data from ASEAN Protected Areas
#HepaticaWeek - A New Spring For Citizen Science, April 2016
University training course BIO4115/BIO9115 (Master and PhD) on species distribution modelling using GBIF data and Maxent. The Norwegian GBIF node contributed to the lectures on accessing and using GBIF data.
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
Introduction to writing good data set metadata and to the procedure for writing and submitting data paper manuscripts to the PENSOFT Biodiversity Data Journal. Participants bring their own data set(s) and we aim at least a good start on the writing for a complete data paper manuscript by the end of day 2.
Data paper writing workshop organized during two days (2nd & 3rd December 2014) at the Natural History Museum in Oslo. Introduction to writing good dataset metadata and to the procedure for writing and submitting data paper manuscripts to the PENSOFT Biodiversity Data Journal. Participants bring their own dataset(s) and we will try to complete a good part of the writing for a complete data paper manuscript by the end of day 2.
GBIF Norway and the UiO Natural History Museum organized in October 2014 a training course for the ForBio Research School in Biosystematics: Introduction to GPS and GIS.