News and events tagged with Colombia

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    Gonzalo Pinilla Buitrago will rely on GBIF-mediated records to analyse species distribution patterns.

    2 months ago


  • News article

    Projects in Africa, Latin America and Europe will engage 19 Participants. 

    3 months ago


  • Featured data use

    Investigating species diversity in the Andes

    Researchers constructed ancestral range maps for the Pristimantis species of frogs using DNA sequencing data and information on the species' ranges.

    4 months ago


  • Event

    Bogota Data Quality Workshop

    This four days workshop will focus on data quality principles and basic concepts, standards and data cleaning, data quality tools, and geographic data handling. It is organized in partnership between the GBIF Participant nodes from Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Mexico, Spain and Uruguay.

    9 months ago


  • News article

    Bogota Data Quality Workshop

    Biota Colombiana, published by the Humboldt Institute, which hosts the GBIF node in Colombia, is the first Latin American journal to publish biodiversity data papers.

    1 year ago


  • News article

    Bogota Data Quality Workshop

    Eight Participant nodes share expertise on data publishing, portal development, digitization and e-learning.

    2 years ago


  • Event

    I Colombia-Brazil GBIF Mentoring Workshop

    The workshop started in Villa de Leyva at the building of the Humboldt Institute with preliminary presentations describing the work developed at each of the collaborating institutions: 

    2 years ago


  • Event

    Workshop on software tools for biological collections by SIB Colombia

    This workshop is organized by the Natural Sciences Institute of the Universidad Nacional in Colombia, together with the Biodiversity Information System (SIB), with support from the Alexander von Humboldt Bioiogical Resources Research Institute, the JRS Biodiversity Foundation and the Spanish GBI

    2 years ago


  • Featured data use

    GBIF enables global study of climate impact on species

    Research published in Nature Climate Change uses records on nearly 50,000 species accessed through GBIF to forecast major reductions in the climate ranges of common plants and animals around the world.

    2 years ago


  • Event

    Training workshops associated to the ‘Capacity Building for Conservation’ congress

    Associated to the ‘Capacity Building for Conservation’ congress will be a number of free workshops about Geographic Information Systems (GIS), spatial distribution modelling and the R package, and species and ecosystem red lists, among other topics.

    2 years ago