How data accessed through GBIF are being used in science and policy.
Two studies, based on data from GBIF and other sources, define the distribution of the bearded wood partridge, and help inform conservation policy.
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.
Researchers use data available through GBIF to investigate how species can shift their ecological niches in alien environments – complicating the prediction of invasion risks.
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GBIF invites nominations for the 2014 Ebbe Nielsen Prize and Young Researchers Awards.
A Dutch digitization project reaches its halfway mark, while Sweden plans the digitization of its natural history collections.
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.
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