Biodiversity Information Standards (TDWG)
Annual Conference 2008

Western Australian Maritime Museum
Victoria Quay,Fremantle (Perth), Australia
Sunday 19 - Saturday 25th October 2008


(thanks to Gail Kampmeier for the composite)


TAPIR and Darwin Core Submitted to the Standards Track


TAPIR and Darwin Core have recently been submitted to the TDWG Standards Track for review. Gail Kampmeier has agreed to be the Review Manager for Darwin Core and Piers Higgs will be the Review Manager for TAPIR. Please support...[more]

STERNA Technology Watch Report


STERNA (Semantic Web-based Thematic European Reference Network Application) is the contribution of twelve European natural history museums and other institutions that collect and hold content on biodiversity, wildlife and nature....[more]

NCD Public Review


TDWG announces the Public Review of the proposed Natural CollectionsDescriptions (NCD) standard.  NCD has been reviewed by the TDWG ExecutiveCommittee and we now seek comment from the community.The NCD abstract can be...[more]

Chairman's Message


Dear TDWG members and friends, The TDWG Conference 2008 took place in Fremantle a couple of weeks ago. I would like to thank all those who took the time to travel to this remote location and those who contributed to the success...[more]

TDWG 2008 a success!


TDWG 2008 concluded successfully in Fremantle, with a record turnout and a great deal of interest in the work presented. With some 180 participants coming from all over the globe to the most remote city on the planet, attendance...[more]

TDWG 2008 in Fremantle


Registration for TDWG 2008 is now open at The conference will be held at the Maritime Museum of Western Australia in Fremantle, about 20km southwest of Perth. Details about the...[more]

  Last Modified: 29 October 2008