Event22nd GBIF Governing Board meeting (GB22)
The Governing Board meeting, including the Science Symposium, will take place at the International Conference Center of Ivato, Antananarivo, Madagascar on 8-10 October 2015. Prior to the Governing Board meeting, on 6 October, the GBIF committees will meet.
Scheduled on 8 October 2015
Event13th GBIF Global Nodes Meeting
The 13th meeting of the GBIF Participant Node Managers Committee will be held in conjuction with the 22nd meeting of the Governing Board in Madagascar in October 2015. The meeting is open to members of the committee. Nodes staff are also invited to come to the meeting, if space allows.
Scheduled on 6 October 2015
EventGB22 Nodes Training Course
The GBIF Participant Nodes Committee will meet in connection with the 22nd meeting of the Governing Board in Madagascar in October 2015. A global training course for Node managers and staff members will be held back to back to this meeting.
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Featured data usePredicting plant diversity patterns in Madagascar
Seeking to understand the impacts of climate and land cover change, authors modelled three scenarios and predicted future changes to biodiversity in Madagascar.
2 weeks ago
News articlePredicting plant diversity patterns in Madagascar
GB22 and the 2015 GBIF Public Symposium will take place on 8-10 October 2015 in Antananarivo, Madagascar.
3 months ago
EventWorkshop on data quality, use and publishing
A national training workshop on biodiversity data quality, use and publishing organized by the Madagascar Biodiversity Information Facility - MadBIF, with mentoring support from GBIF France. The workshop is a component of one of the six capacity enhancement projects to receive support in 2015.
3 months ago
News articleWorkshop on data quality, use and publishing
Projects in Africa, Latin America and Europe will engage 19 Participants.
4 months ago
EventCEPDEC-SEP Regional Training in Biodiversity Informatics for Madagascar and the Indian Ocean
The training component of the 2009 regional SEP-CEPDEC meetings cover three main topics: GBIF Participant Node management, the basics of biodiversity informatics (focusing on the technologies adopted by GBIF) and an introduction to the digitisation of biodiversity data (including digitisation pr
5 years ago