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European Network for Biodiversity Information
Cees H.J. Hof
Universiteit van Amsterdam
EC supported 5th
framework programme
NLBIF bijeenkomst “Biodiversiteitsinformatie in
Nederland”
A brief introduction to ENBI.
State of the art.
How can data providers and (European) GBIF
participants benefit from ENBI?
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A brief history of ENBI
OECD Mega-science Forum (1995): Development of
biodiversity informatics is a large, complex and
costly undertaking ….
EU: Need for coordination and cooperation
at European level
• Same biogeographic region
• European databases
• IT aspect
May 2001 ENBI call.
January 2003 ENBI official start.
Introduction
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ENBI is a thematic network…
“Thematic networks are designed to facilitate co-ordination of activities and
transfer of knowledge around a given scientific and technological objective……”
• No research
• Does not own data, does not build databases
• Financial support for three years
• Communication and coordination
• Workshops, seminars, e-conferences, protocols, guidelines, etc.
• Pilot studies and demonstrators
Introduction
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ENBI major objectives
EU contribution to GBIF.
Open network of European biodiversity centers
and projects.
Interaction with EC CHM, EEA/EIONET and EPBRS.
Introduction
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ENBI workplan
The establishment of a strong biodiversity information
network.
Common approaches for the maintenance and
enhancement of biodiversity databases.
Integration and interoperability of large-scale
distributed database sites.
Mechanisms to support the development of e-services
and products.
Introduction
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Scope of ENBI:
36 months, starting 1 January 2003.
65 institutes, representing 24 countries.
- GBIF national nodes
- Coordinators of relevant EU projects
- Other stakeholders
13 work packages accommodated in 4 clusters.
Introduction
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ENBI components
I
II
Co-ordination
activities
Maintenance and
enhancement of
databases
Sustainability &
continuity
Forum for GBIF
National nodes
Dissemination
IPR, Copyrights
& financial issues
collections
species
observations
III Data integration,
interoperability,
and analysis
IV Products and
e -services
Introduction
Multi lingual
EU
Global
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Cluster I
Co-ordinating activities.
- Network co-ordination
- Co-ordination with GBIF
- Strategies for sustainability and continuity of
European activities
ENBI Forums & Inventory of state-of-art.
Dissemination.
IPR, copyrights & financial issues.
State of the art
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State of the art
State of the art
State of the art
State of the art
State of the art
Communicationion in ENBI:
ENBI internal
communication
ENBI community
(283 people)
CIRCA Interest
Groups
ENBI members
(136 people)
Wp’s
Steer / man.
State of the art
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State of the art
State of the art
Dissemination.
2004 & 2005:
• 3 workshops “Dissemination of Basic Information”.
• 3 seminars for dissemination of specialised Information.
• 3 workshops and associated literature for official awareness.
IPR, copyrights & financial issues.
2004 & 2005:
2 workshops (and documents) on IPR issues dealing with matters such as:
• database law and copyright law
• data sharing
• draft common policy guidelines and a draft model data sharing
Memorandum of Understanding
State of the art
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Cluster II
Maintenance, enhancement and presentation of biodiversity databases.
Co-operation of pan-European checklist and
‘Species bank’ database projects.
Co-operation of pan-European databases on
biological collections and specimens.
Observational survey data.
State of the art
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Co-operation of pan-European checklist and
‘Species bank’ database projects.
Gap analysis
Pilot demonstrator for access to ‘Species Banks’
State of the art
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State of the art
State of the art
Cluster III
Data integration, interoperability and analysis.
Data management in large distributed biodiversity
database systems.
Interoperability and common access.
Generic analysis tools and data mining.
State of the art
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Generic analysis tools and data mining.
State of the art
Cluster IV
Products and e-services.
Multi-lingual access.
Information services on European biodiversity
data.
Making non-European biodiversity data in European
repositories globally available.
State of the art
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Information services on European biodiversity
data.
Glossary with ca. 2000 acronyms
http://nx1tmp.s2you.com/platform/projects/enbi/glossary/index.do
State of the art database of European biodiversity databases
4 pilot studies
• Urban ecology
• Karyological database for vertebrates
• Illustrated digital keys for North Sea biota
• A pan-European key to the aquatic stages of mayfly
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Information services on European biodiversity
data.
pilot studies…
Illustrated digital keys for North Sea biota
State of the art
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Participation in ENBI:
passive
Visit web site:
•Read notifications
•Access to documents in public domain
Join ENBI community:
•Receive notifications
•Access to draft & discussion documents
•Participation in Interest Groups
Become Associate Member:
•Procedure for admittance
active
ENBI and you
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http://www.enbi.info
[email protected]
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