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GBIF-Norway provides co-funding for the preparation of Norwegian species occurrence data and data quality control for datasets to be published in GBIF and the Norwegian Species Map (Artskart). GBIF Norway is also involved in the OpenPSD project, which promotes the publication and use of biodiversity data generated by the private sector.
BioMedData is a national research data infrastructure to promote FAIR data management with the life sciences. The project was established in 2020 as a collaboration between 11 Norwegian life-science infrastructures. BioMedData is funded by the Research Council of Norway and will run until 2024. BioMedData concerns an upgrade of the Norwegian ELIXIR node following the ELIXIR Europe position on open and FAIR research data management.
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.