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European Commission funded projects on biodiversityBEWARE: this file has two tabs !February 2013
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We are now entering in the 3rd dissemination phase of the project which is the promotional phase. The project results must be spread far and wide to a broad audience so as to increase project awareness and visibility.
A database of dissemination contacts must now be established encompassing other projects and initiatives contacts and the main biodiversity stakeholders. This database will be used to disseminate project eNewsletter, project results and to promote our events.
All partners are kindly requested to contribute to improving this database by adding the missing contacts and/or adding contacts of interest for the project.
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ProjectWebsiteContactEmailDescription
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4D4Lifehttp://www.4d4life.euAlistair Culham, Reading University, UKa.culham@reading.ac.ukDistributed Dynamic Diversity Databases for Life
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agINFRAwww.aginfra.eu
Miguel-Angel Sicilia, University of Alcala, Spain
msicilia@uah. es
A data infrastructure to support agricultural scientific communities promoting data sharing and development of trust in agricultural sciences
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ANAEEAbad Chabbi, INRA, FranceAbad.Chabbi@lusignan.inra.frStructuring Infrastructures for the ANAlysis and Experimentation on Ecosystem
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Biodiversa2www.biodiversa.orgXavier Le Roux, FRB, France
xavier.leroux@fondationbiodiversite.fr
Cooperation and shared strategies for biodiversity research programmes in Europe
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BIOFRESH
www.freshwaterbiodiversity.eu
Klement Tockner and Jörg Freyhof, IGB, Germany
tockner@igb-berlin
freyhof@igb-berlin
To build a global information platform for scientists and ecosystem managers with databases of global freshwater biodiversity
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BioVeLwww.biovel.euAlex Hardisty, Cardiff University, UKAlex.Hardisty@cs.cardiff.ac.ukVirtual e-laboratory that supports research on biodiversity issues using large amounts of data from cross-disciplinary sources
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CReATIVE-Bcreative-b.euWouter Los, UvA, Netherlandsw.los@ uva.nlCoordination of Research e-Infrastructures Activities Toward an International Virtual Environment for Biodiversity
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EBONEwww.ebone.wur.nlRob Jongman, WUR, Netherlandsrob.jongman@wur.nlThe project has developed a system or data collection that can be used for international comparable assessments.
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EDITwww.e-taxonomy.euVanessa Demanoff, MNHN, Franceedit@mnhn.frNetwork of excellence gathering 28 major institutions devoted to knowing the living world better with the support of the EC
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EMBRCwww.embrc.euMichael Thorndyke, UGOT, Swedenmike.thorndyke@kmf.gu.seEuropean Marine Biological Resource Centre
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EUBrazilOpenBiowww.eubrazilopenbio.euVassil Alexandrov, BSC, Spainvassil.alexandrov@bsc.esEU-Brazil Open Data and Cloud Computing e-Infrastructure for Biodiversity
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EUBONAnke Hoffmann, MfN, Germanyanke.hoffmann@mfn-berlin.de
Assessing global biological resources: the European contribution to the Global Earth Observation Biodiversity Observation Network (GEO BON)
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EXPEERwww.expeeronline.euAbad Chabbi, INRA, FranceAbad.Chabbi@lusignan.inra.frDistributed Infrastructure for EXPErimentation in Ecosystem Research
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i4Life www.i4life.euMagda Sitko, University of Reading, UKm.h.sitko@reading.ac.uk
Establishing of a virtual research community interlinking and harmonizing the taxonomic catalogues to create an enhanced list of the entire set of organisms
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iMarinewww.i-marine.euPhilippe Rohou, ERCIM, Francephilippe.rohou@ercim.euHybrid Data Infrastructure service & Virtual Research Environments
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INCREASE
www.increase-infrastructure.eu
Inger Kappel Schmidt, Univ. of Copenhagen, Denmark
iks@life.ku.dkAn Integrated Network on Climate Change Research Activities on Shrubland Ecosystems
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INTERACTwww.eu-interact.orgTerry V. Callaghan, UK
terry_callaghan@btinternet.com
International Network for Terrestrial Research and Monitoring in the Arctic
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JERICOwww.jerico-fp7.euPatrick Farcy, IFREMER, FrancePatrick.Farcy@ifremer.frTowards a Joint European Research Infrastructure Network For Coastal Observatories
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KNEU
www.biodiversityknowledge.eu
Carsten Neßhöver, UFZ, Germanycarsten.nesshoever@ufz.deDeveloping an open networking approach to boost the knowledge flow between biodiversity knowledge holders and users in Europe
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LifeWatchwww.lifewatch.euWouter Los, UvA, Netherlands
Tjess Hernandez, Vliz, Belgium
w.los@ uva.nl
tjess@vliz.be
E-Science European Infrastructure for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Research
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MARBEFwww.marbef.orgCarlo Heip, Ghent University, Belgiumcarlo.heip@ugent.beMarine Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning EU Network of Excellence
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PESIwww.eu-nomen.eu/pesiYde de Jong, UvA, Netherlandsyjong@uva.nlA Pan-European Species directories Infrastructure
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SYNTHESYSwww.synthesys.infoGraham Higley, NHM, UKg.higley@nhm.ac.ukProduce an integrated European resource for research users in the natural sciences.
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TESSwww.tess-project.euBasil Manos, AUTH, Greecemanosb@agro.auth.gr Design of a transactional environmental decision support system, linking central policy planning to local livelihoods
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ViBRANTwww.vbrant.euVince Smith, NHM, UKvince@vsmith.info
To set up the means, tools and infrastructure to produce a more rational and a more effective framework for European biodiversity research
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WORLDIVERSITY
Petr Keil, Univerzita Karlova V, Czech Republic
petr.keil@yale.eduLinking global species richness and beta diversity to individual species distributions at multiple phylogenetic and spatial scales
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Other biodiversity projects an initiatives
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ProjectWebsiteContactEmailDescription
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Barcode of Life (BOL)
http://www.barcodeoflife.org
Paul Hebert, Canadaphebert@uoguelph.caIdentifying Species with DNA Barcoding
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Biodiversity Heritage Librarywww.biodiversitylibrary.orgChris FreelandChris.Freeland@mobot.orgConsortium of natural history and botanical libraries that cooperate to digitize and make accessible the legacy literature of biodiversity
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BHL-Europewww.bhl-europe.euJana Hoffmann, MfN, GermanyJana.Hoffmann@mfn-berlin.deBrings together existing EU digital collections of biodiversity literature and will provide access by a multilingual web portal
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BioNETwww.bionet-intl.orgInternational initiative dedicated to promoting the science & use of taxonomy
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Biostor
http://biostor.org
iphylo.blogspot.com
Roderick Page, University of Glasgow, Scotland
BioStor provides tools for extracting, annotating, and visualising literature from the Biodiversity Heritage Library
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BISEwww.biodiversity.europa.eu
Biodiversity Information System for Europe is a partnership between the EC & the EEA. It is a single entry point for data & information on biodiversity in the EU
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CBDwww.cbd.int
The conservation, the sustainable use of the components of biological diversity, the fair and equitable sharing of the benefits arising out of the utilization of genetic resources
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CETAFwww.cetaf.orgChristoph Häuser, MfN, Germany
christoph.haeuser@mfn-berlin.de
Networked consortium formed to promote training, research and understanding of systematic biology and palaeobiology
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DIVERSITAS
www.diversitas-international.org
Integrating biodiversity science for human well-being
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Dryadwww.datadryad.org
International repository of data, governed by a consortium of journals, underlying peer-reviewed articles in the basic and applied biosciences
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ELIXIRwww.elixir-europe.orgJanet Thornton, EMBL-EBI, UK
Guy Chocrane
thornton@ebi.ac.uk
elixirpm@ebi.ac.uk
Pan-European research infrastructure for biological information managing and safeguarding the massive amounts of data being generated every day by publicly funded research.
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eMonocotwww.e-monocot.orgPaul Wilkin, RBGK, UKp.wilkin@kew.orgeMonocot aims to create a global online resource for monocot plants.
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Encyclopedia of Life (EoL)www.eol.orgErick Mataemata@inbio.ac.cr
To increase awareness & understanding of living nature in an Encyclopedia of Life that gathers, generates & shares knowledge in a digital resource
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ERMSwww.marbef.orgMark Costello, University of Auckland, NZm.costello@auckland.ac.nzEuropean Register of Marine Species
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European Info° System for Alien Species
To facilitate enhanced knowledge gathering and sharing and providing support to a European Invasive Alien Species (IAS) information system
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Flora of North America
http://floranorthamerica.org
Hong Cui, Harvard University, USAhongcui@email.arizona.edu
Information on the names, taxonomic relationships, continent-wide distributions, and morphological characteristics of all plants found in North America north of Mexico
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Global Biodiversity Information Facility
(GBIF)
www.gbif.orgFrancisco Hernandez, VLIZ, Belgium
David Remsen
tjess@vliz.be
dremsen@gbif.org
GBIF promotes and facilitates the mobilization, free and open access, discovery and use of biodiversity information via the Internet.
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GBRCNwww.gbrcn.orgDavid Smith, CABI, UKd.smith@cabi.orgGlobal Biological Resource Centre Network
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Global Names US projectDavid Patterson, MBL, USAdpatterson@mbl.edu
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IAPTwww.iapt-taxon.org
Eva Senková, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Slovakia
eva.senkova@savba.skTo promote all aspects of botanical systematics and its significance to the understanding and value of biodiversity
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iDigBiowww.idigbio.orgDavid Jennings, University of Florida, USAdjennings@flmnh.ufl.edu
Integrated Digitized Biocollections, the National Resource for Advancing Digitization of Biodiversity Collections (ADBC) funded by the US National Science Foundation
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Index Fungorum www.indexfungorum.orgPaul Kirk, CABIp.kirk@cabi.org
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IPBESwww.ipbes.netJoanne Daly, CSIRO, Australiajoanne.daly@csiro.au
IPBES is an interface between the scientific community and policy makers that aims to build capacity for and strengthen the use of science in policy making
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International Plant Names Index (IPNI)
www.ipni.orgKanji Gandhi, Harvard University, USAipnieditors@ipni.orgDatabase of the names and associated basic bibliographical details of seed plants, ferns and lycophytes
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Joint Nature Conservation Committee (JNCC)
http://jncc.defra.gov.uk/JNCC is the public body that advises the UK Government and devolved administrations on UK-wide and international nature conservation
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KeyToNaturewww.keytonature.euPier Luigi Nimis, University of Trieste, Italynimis@units.it Range of new, much easier and paper-free identification tools, for use within schools and universities across Europe
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LIAShttp://www.lias.netGerhard Ramboldg.rambold@gmx.netA Global Information System for Lichenized and Non-Lichenized Ascomycetes
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Marine Genomicswww.marinegenomics.orgWeb-based interface for public transciptomic and genomic data and analysis tools
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MycoBankwww.mycobank.org
On-line database aimed as a service to the mycological and scientific society by documenting mycological nomenclatural novelties and associated data
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Nordic LifeWatchTor G. Heggberget, NINA, Norwaytor.g.heggberget@nina.noAiming at creating the e-science infrastructure for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Research. Funded by NordForsk
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Pl@ntNetwww.plantnet-project.orgDaniel Barthelemy, INRA, Francedaniel.barthelemy@cirad.frPlant Computational Identification & Collaborative Information System
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Plants2020 (GSPC)http://www.plants2020.net/A toolkit to support national and regional implementation of the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation
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Species 2000www.sp2000.orgGuy Baillargeon, Canada
Yuri Roskov, Reading University, UK
guy.baillargeon@agr.gc.ca
y.roskov@reading.ac.uk
Federation of database organisations working closely with users, taxonomists and sponsoring agencies to create a validated checklist of all the world's species
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SynBioSyswww.synbiosys.alterra.nlJoop Schaminée, Alterra, Netherlandsjoop.schaminee@wur.nlAn information system for the evaluation and management of biodiversity among plant species, vegetation types and landscapes
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TDWGwww.tdwg.orgChuck MillerChuck.Miller@mobot.org
Affiliated with the International Union of Biological Sciences & focusing on the development of standards for the exchange of biological/biodiversity data
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TRY Intiative on Plant Traitshttp://www.try-db.orgSandra Diaz
Jens Kattge
sdiaz-at-com.uncor.edu
jkattge@bgc-jena.mpg.de
Quantifying and scaling global plant trait diversity
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VertNetwww.vertnet.orgDavid Bloom, UC Berkeley, USAdbloom@vertnet.org Harnessing new technologies to meet the needs of both interdisciplinary science and research relevant to a changing world
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