In April 2015, the Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research (NIOZ) established the Wadden Systems Research Centre (WSRC). The website of the WSRC (www.waddenresearch.nl) supplies easy access to those who would like to make use of the expert teams, equipment, technology and protocols as developed for a variety of tidal
The Satellite-based Wetland Observation Service (SWOS) – an EU H2020 funded project – starts on 1st June 2015 with a duration of 3 years and is coordinated by Jena-Optronik.
GEO BON is excited to announce a first approach for trends in freshwater fish species, which is located at the address: http://data.geobon.org/wms. The trend shows the study of the North Temperate Lakes Long Term Ecological Research (LTER)…
The IUCN Red List of Ecosystems paves the path for a regularly updated monitoring system on global ecosystem distribution and status, an activity in the core of GEO BON’s interest. Hosted by the Tropical Agricultural Research and Higher Education Center, the IUCN Thematic Group CEM, and PROVITA, several Latin American
Considering the underlying objectives of both INSPIRE and Geospatial World Forum is to promote the optimal use and implementation of spatial data and resources for growth, there is an existing foundation for a synergised effort.
With great pleasure we would like to welcome you to participate at YOUMARES 6. YOUMARES is a convention dedicated to young marine researches and the theme for the 2015 edition is “A JOURNEY INTO THE BLUE – OCEAN RESEARCH AND INNOVATION”. The main goal is to exchange topics, opportunities and network with
GEO BON is excited to announce the launch of its newly designed webpage, which went live in April 2015 and is located at: www.geobon.org
GEO BON took part at the EU BON and CETAF joint informatics workshop in Joensuu, Finland.
Reporting under policy instruments to inform on the trends in biodiversity requires information from a range of different elements of biodiversity…