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The GBIF Ebbe Nielsen Challenge is an annual incentive prize that seeks to inspire innovative applications of open-access biodiversity data by scientists, informaticians, data modelers, cartographers and other experts.
The International Conference on DNA Barcoding and Biodiversity (ICDBB) will take place in Sofia, Bulgaria, from 25th to 27th of May 2022.
Official inauguration of the Swedish Biodiversity Data Infrastructure! Webinars from 4th to 8th October 2021.
The Norwegian university museums have started a process to maintain but re-evaluate the collaboration structures. This process includes an evaluation of informatics solutions including digitisations solutions, collection management software, and GBIF data streams.
The OpenPSD project promotes the publication and use of private-sector data on biodiversity. This is a joint private-sector data mobilization campaign with several partners, including GBIF Norway. More information is available on the project page .
Twenty years of GBIF: Independent review charts successes and challenges. Review by International Science Council’s Committee on Data (CODATA) makes comprehensive recommendations to maintain GBIF’s relevance and standing.
Poland and Norway were elected as the new Regional representatives for Europe in GBIF at the European Nodes Meeting in Oslo in May 2019.
A new report summarizes results from cooperation among all the Nordic countries during the period 2015 – 2019. The work has focused on the conservation of Crop Wild Relatives (CWR), i.e. wild plant species closely related to crops, including establishing the data flow through the GBIF data infrastructure.
Distributed System of Scientific Collections (DiSSCo) joins GBIF as the latest non-country associate organization from Europe.
Diku-funded ANTENNA project kick-off meeting (16th September 2019) in Oslo including project partners from Cameroon, Ethiopia, Ghana Kenya, Madagascar, Norway, Tanzania, and Uganda.
Visit the new homepage for the Living Norway Ecological Data Network that was launched in November 2018.
Towards 2030: Strategy seminar for the Research Section at the UiO Natural History Museum in Oslo on 8-9 November 2018. Strategic directions for the UiO Natural History Museum, GBIF.no, and GBIF. Progress towards a long-term permanent GBIF research data infrastructure in Norway and a sustainable and actionable GBIF Node consortium.
biodiversity data management skills for students - навыки управления данными по биоразнообразию для студентов
News story originally published at the international GBIF home page describing Norwegian data flow established to ensure mobilization of biodiversity data to GBIF from the private sector.
We received 12 applications for IT developer. Five applicants were invited for an online interview in October. The most qualified candidate has accepted the position.
From 16 to 17 january 2018 biological data experts are meeting in Brussels to exchange experiences and use cases for the new darwincore Event core and how the standard can be used in Marine and terrestrial contexts. By discussing use case we aim to provide guidelines on best practices of this new standard.
Bireme is a GBIF project to explore data flows in Europe for national biodiversity information reporting processes to the European Union. Active from June 2017 to December 2018. See the final project report and summary activity report for more information.
Dag Endresen from GBIF Norway was invited to present a key note on using GBIF-mediated data for predictive characterization at the 8th International Triticeae Symposium 2017 (8ITS) in Wernigerode Germany.