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The EuMon project attempts to provide a European framework that standardizes, focuses and coordinates existing monitoring programs by comparing and integrating existing methods and monitoring schemes of species and habitats of community interests. The most successful methods in terms of cost effectivenes... [Information of the supplier]
Cyberinfrastructure for Phylogenetic Research (CIPRES) project is an open collaboration funded by the National Science Foundation [USA]. The group is led by Tandy Warnow and involves researchers (biologists, computer scientists, statisticians, and mathematicians) at thirteen institutions. The goal of the ... [Information of the supplier, modified]
BioVeL is a virtual e-laboratory that supports research on biodiversity issues using large amounts of data from cross-disciplinary sources. BioVeL offers the possibility to use computerised "workflows" (series of data analysis steps) to process data, be that from one's own research and/or from existing ... [Information of the supplier]
iSpecies is a test of E O Wilson's idea of a web page for each species. The data displayed are generated "on the fly" by querying other data sources. iSpecies uses web services to talk to source databases, extract data, and assemble a page for each species. The code makes extensive use of XML. Essentiall... [Information of the supplier, modified]
On the ATBI+M site for the Biosphärenreservat Spreewald you will find all relevant information about this ATBI+M project. You can find out what ATBI+M is all about, how you can participate and contribute towards biodiversity conservation, how you can even receive financial support, and what happens to ... [Information of the supplier, modified]
The iPlant Collaborative: what potential does it have for advancing plant science? We encourage all creative thinkers in the plant and computing research communities to invest a little time in understanding the iPlant Collaborative and thinking about how it might revolutionize the plant sciences. To ... [Information of the supplier]
In the framework of an initiative to advance biodiversity research in Germany, we will establish three exemplary large-scale and long-term research sites (funded by the German Research Foundation). They are termed Biodiversity Exploratories, in contrast to mainly descriptive observatories. The explorator... [Information of the supplier]
The Amazon Forest Inventory Network is an international network that has been established to understand the biomass and dynamics of Amazonian forests. Since 2000 we have established a systematic framework for long-term monitoring of this region, which holds more biodiversity, water, and vegetation ... [Information of the supplier]
Welcome to SYNTHESYS: the European Union-funded Integrated Infrastructure Initiative grant. This five year project which began in February 2004, comprises 20 European natural history museums and botanic gardens, aims to create an integrated European infrastructure for researchers in the natural sciences. ... [Information of the supplier]
The Science Environment for Ecological Knowledge (SEEK) is a five year initiative designed to create cyberinfrastructure for ecological, environmental, and biodiversity research and to educate the ecological community about ecoinformatics. SEEK participants are building an integrated data grid (EcoGrid) ... [Information of the supplier]
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