The United Nations General Assembly declared 2011 as the International Year of Forests to raise awareness on sustainable management, conservation and sustainable development of all types of forests. vifabio collects the most important internet sources together for you.
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The aim of the Jakob von Uexküll Centre is to commemorate the Baltic-German scientist and philosopher Jakob von Uexküll. The archive of originals or copies of J.Uexküll's published works, manuscripts, correspondence and the works written about him is hold by the Centre. Thus we can ensure the survival of these materials and enhance the possibilities to study them. Assistance to their publishing and translating is also considered important. ... [Information of the supplier]
Die Arbeitsgemeinschaft meereskundlicher Bibliotheken ist eine informelle Interessengemeinschaft der im weitesten Sinne meereskundlich orientierten Bibliotheken und Informationsvermittlungsstellen in Deutschland. Sie pflegt enge Kontakte zu den internationalen Verbänden IAMSLIC (International Association of Marine Sciences Libraries and Information Centres) und EURASLIC (European Association of Aquatic Sciences...). ... [Information des Anbieters]
The long term (ten year) objectives for data management within the Australian National Data Service (ANDS) are to: a) Transform collections of Australian research data into a cohesive network of research repositories, b) assist Australian research data managers to become experts in creating, managing and sharing research data under well formed and maintained data management policies, c) increase the amount of research data that is routinely deposited into stable, accessible and sustainable data management and preservation environments, d) Provide opportunities for people to develop expertise in data management across research communities and institutions, e) enable researchers to find and access any relevant data in the Australian 'data commons', f) enable Australian researchers to discover, exchange, reuse and combine data from other researchers and other domains within their own research in new ways and g) facilitate the sharing of Australian data to support international and nationally distributed multidisciplinary research teams. ... [Information of the supplier]