13 endorsed data publishers for Finland

  • Birdlife Finland 1 published dataset

    Birdlife Finland is partner of BirdLife International. It is the parent organization of 30 Finnish ornithological societies, and has over 10 000 members.


  • Department of Forest Sciences 6 published datasets

    The Department of Forest Sciences, one of the four departments at the Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry, is located on the Viikki Campus. The department conducts internationally renowned research in forest sciences and provides highest level education based on the research. The aim of the department’s multidisciplinary activities is to promote the ecologically, economically and socially sustainable use of forests and peatland. Disciplines of the department are Forest Economics and Marketing, Forest Ecology and Management, and Biotechnology.


  • Digitarium 1 published dataset

    Digitisation Centre of the Finnish Museum of Natural History and the University of Eastern Finland


  • European Forest Institute 1 published dataset

  • Finnish Museum of Natural History 27 published datasets

    http://www.fmnh.helsinki.fi/english/


  • Jyväskylä University Museum - The Section of Natural Sciences 7 published datasets

    http://www.jyu.fi/tdk/museo/naturhist.html


  • Kokkola Nature Collection Kieppi 2 published datasets

  • Kuopio Natural History Museum 1 published dataset

  • Moscow University Herbarium (MW) 1 published dataset

    MW Herbarium is the second largest herbarium of Russia with 10,000+ additional accessions annually. Loans and exchange are temporarily suspended. Historic collections of G. F. Hoffmann, J. F. Ehrhart, C. B. Trinius, I. Forster, and Herbarium Alchemillarum of V. N. Tikhomirov are stored separately. Specialty: worldwide vascular plants (including 4 500 types), but strong in the former U.S.S.R., especially European part (336 230 specimens), Caucasus (94 550 specimens), Crimea (30 690 specimens), Siberia and Russian Far East (152 920 specimens), and Central Asia and Kazakhstan (91 440 specimens); Mongolia (27 410 specimens); western and central Europe (40 050 specimens); other Asian countries (20 510 specimens); Eurasian bryophytes, but strong in Russia (56 300 specimens). No fungi, lichens, and algae. Date founded: 1765. Staff members are conducting research in many regions of Russia, Vietnam, Mongolia, Caucasian states, and other countries. Collections are not databased, beside a table with numbers of specimens per species per region. Type scanning is in progress.


  • Regional Euro-Asian Biological Invasions Centre (REABIC) 1 published dataset

  • University of Eastern Finland 2 published datasets

  • University of Oulu 4 published datasets

  • University of Turku 4 published datasets

    http://tombolo-maa.utu.fi:80