News and events tagged with Mexico

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    I3B Workshop: Foundations, evaluation and future of the species distribution models

    This workshop is organised by the I3B network (Iberoamerican Infrastructure for Biodiversity Information) with the general objective of offering an overview of the model applications and limits, and of the recent developments in the field.

    11 months ago


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    Using models to inform conservation policies

    Two studies, based on data from GBIF and other sources, define the distribution of the bearded wood partridge, and help inform conservation policy.

    1 year ago


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    Designing marine protected areas off Mexico

    Researchers look at methods to determine the ideal spacing between protected areas in the Gulf of California, ensuring connectivity based on the distances covered by larvae of fish species identified through GBIF.

    1 year ago


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    Think bigger, GBIF award winner urges biologists

    Miguel Bastos Aráujo, Portuguese winner of the prestigious GBIF Ebbe Nielsen Prize for 2013, plans to build an 'Ecotron' experimental facility to test model predictions of the impacts of climate change on species distributions.

    1 year ago


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    Modelling key bird areas in Mexico and Central America

    A winner of the 2011 GBF Young Researchers Award, César Antonio Rios-Muñoz, has authored a study using GBIF-mediated data to help identify key areas for birds in the lowland forests of Mexico and Central America.

    2 years ago


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    I GBIF Ecological Niche Modelling Workshop

    This was the first GBIF sponsored workshop on ecological niche modelling using GBIF mediated data. Participants from 18 countries attended the workshop, with lecturers from Mexico and the USA.

    10 years ago


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    2004 8th GBIF Governing Board (GB8) Meeting

    The 8th GBIF Governing Board meeting (GB8) took place at the Hotel Camino Real in Oaxaca, Mexico on 26 April 2004.

    Tweny-six countries and 13 international organisations participated in the meeting.

    11 years ago