Biodiversity Information Networks Database

Neil Thomson identified a number of sources of information about natural history organizations. There are similarities with our database on 'Biodiversity Information Projects of the World'. We knew that there were more biodiversity informatics projects out there and that the best way to find them was to expose the current data and call for anyone to make additions. The same appears true of sources of information about natural history/biodiversity data organizations.

Why is this important? TDWG is in the business of helping people to share biodiversity/natural history data, so these networks and groups represent organizations that we may be able to help to share and integrate their data with the world.

Thanks to Neil for the start, but please add any other sources of information/networks or groups that you are aware of.

Lee Belbin
lee(at)tdwg.org

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Database Summary

Number of Projects:66
Fully Documented Projects:66
  Last Modified: 27 September 2013