News and events tagged with Spain

  • Data use

    Using Historical Data to Save the European Eel

    By combining GBIF-mediated data with 16th- and 19th-century records on freshwater fish in Spain, the authors created current and historical distribution models for the Iberian Peninsula.

    1 month ago


  • Event

    International ALA Workshop

    This workshop brings together software developers from the GBIF network to enhance the development of national data portals based on the Atlas of Living Australia's open-source infrastructure. 

    2 months ago


  • News

    Three network projects awarded 2016 capacity enhancement support grants

    A total of €23,300 in funding will support the work of GBIF nodes and partners in five countries while addressing priority areas of interest within the network.

    2 months ago


  • Data use

    Serpents' tales: assessing invasion risk of introduced snakes in the Balearic Islands

    Relying primarily on GBIF-mediated data, researchers use the native distribution of four snakes recently introduced to the Balearic Islands in order to estimate current and future habitat suitability and understand the invasion risk they present.   

    10 months ago


  • News

    eBird update adds 58 million new observations

    The 2014 update to the eBird Observational Dataset rises to nearly 212 million records, increasing the total number available through GBIF.org to more than 637 million.

    1 year ago


  • Event

    2nd meeting of the CoopBioPlat project

    CoopBioPlat brings together GBIF nodes in Argentina (SNDB), Brazil (SiBBr), Costa Rica (CRBio),

    1 year ago


  • News

    GBIF awards six capacity enhancement grants for 2015

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

    1 year ago


  • News

    GBIF Spain launches new national data portal

    GBIF Spain has launched a new national biodiversity data portal that provides free access to more than 10 million biodiversity records from 69 Spanish institutions and projects as well as nearly another million records of biodiversity in Spain published by institutions abroad.

    2 years ago


  • Event

    2nd International Ocean Research Conference

    The 2nd International Ocean Research Conference (IORC) is an opportunity for the scientific community to come together to plan the coming decade of international collaboration in marine science and technology, with a view to improving ocean governance.

    2 years ago


  • Event

    Spatial Conservation Planning with Marxan by Transmitting Science

    Marxan (Ian Ball and Hugh Possingham, 2000) is a software program used to support the design of marine and terrestrial reserves worldwide. Using Marxan, planners can identify an efficient system of conservation sites that include a suite of biodiversity targets at a minimal cost.

    2 years ago