BIODIVERSITY,
WHERE IS
IMPORTANT
Javier de la Torre

                     envisioning life
Biodiversity
Biodiversity is a Megascience
The Natural History Museum
Muséum national d'histoire naturelle
2-3 billion specimens around the world
Muséum national d'histoire naturelle
P.N.Ordesa 7-7-79


Osmoderma eremita, Ordesa, 7/7/79
Collecting on the field

                         Dr. Scott Mori, an expert in the Brazil nut family and tropical forests
7th July 1979
7th July 1979

                3 de Enero de 1979
foto de ordesa




7th July 1979
Osmoderma eremita
                    Osmoderma eremita
P.N.Ordesa 7-7-79


What, When, WHERE: Primary data
mapa de europa con el punto del bicho
Este es el mismo mapa con muchos mas puntos de donde se
               encuentra ese bicho en Europa
Este es el mismo mapa con muchos mas puntos de donde se
     Area de distribucion real de los puntos en europa
           ...
Analysis on primary data
P.N.Ordesa 7-7-79


What, When, WHERE: Primary data
We need
 lots of data
datos primarios al final




175 Million observations on the web
http://www.biodiversityhotspots.org
Birds in Europe & North America
We have very
  little data
Este es el mismo mapa con muchos mas puntos de donde se
               encuentra ese bicho en Europa
Summer precipitation       Winter precipitation
         Plano de condiciones ambientales




Maximum temp. summer        ...
Plano de distribución potencial de la especie
Plano de distribución potencial de la especie
Plano de distribución potencial de la especie
Carex bigelowii, different scenarios




                                       Pearson et al., 2002
Crotalaria pallida




Rafael Luís Fonseca
What is this
 good for
Taxonomy                          Health and Public Safety
Biogeographic Studies             Bioprospecting
Species Divers...
Conservation matters
Conservation matters
Cool! 175 Million records of open data
envisioning life
How do
we share
biodiversity data
1.8 million species pages
        Common format
     Customizable by user
        Freely available
Accessible from a commo...
http://www.gbif.org/
GBIF is a global network of data providers
that builds biodiversity information
infrastructure and promotes the growth of
...
Sustainable
Conser-        development
vation Regu-              General      Industry         User com-
                 ...
Demo
GBIF web services

       http://data.gbif.org/ws/rest/taxon


     http://data.gbif.org/ws/rest/occurrence
http://www.tdwg.org/
What




              When




              Where

Darwin Core
175 Million records of open data
Making use
 of the data
Intersecting GBIF network data with the
World Database on Protected Areas
160M points intersect 150K polygons
Reproducing Spatial Joins using Hadoop
and EC2. Tim Robertson




     http://biodivertido.blogspot.com
Millions of species, billions of tiles
Primary data tile generation on the fly
Polygons from points (using Clustr)
Deriving species distributions from P.D.
GBIF- Convention on Migratory Species




 Global Registry of Migratory Species
Summarizing...


                 zrim
Biodiversity matters
Biodiversity informatics is all about
open data

                                        Michael Dawes
Join us!


           Scott Kinmartin
THANKS
 ;)
      jatorre@vizzuality.com
                    @jatorre
   biodivertido.blogspot.com
Biodiversity: Where is important
Biodiversity: Where is important
Biodiversity: Where is important
Biodiversity: Where is important
Biodiversity: Where is important
Biodiversity: Where is important
Biodiversity: Where is important
Biodiversity: Where is important
Biodiversity: Where is important
Biodiversity: Where is important
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Biodiversity: Where is important

  1. BIODIVERSITY, WHERE IS IMPORTANT Javier de la Torre envisioning life
  2. Biodiversity
  3. Biodiversity is a Megascience
  4. The Natural History Museum
  5. Muséum national d'histoire naturelle
  6. 2-3 billion specimens around the world
  7. Muséum national d'histoire naturelle
  8. P.N.Ordesa 7-7-79 Osmoderma eremita, Ordesa, 7/7/79
  9. Collecting on the field Dr. Scott Mori, an expert in the Brazil nut family and tropical forests
  10. 7th July 1979
  11. 7th July 1979 3 de Enero de 1979
  12. foto de ordesa 7th July 1979
  13. Osmoderma eremita Osmoderma eremita
  14. P.N.Ordesa 7-7-79 What, When, WHERE: Primary data
  15. mapa de europa con el punto del bicho
  16. Este es el mismo mapa con muchos mas puntos de donde se encuentra ese bicho en Europa
  17. Este es el mismo mapa con muchos mas puntos de donde se Area de distribucion real de los puntos en europa encuentra ese bicho en Europa
  18. Analysis on primary data
  19. P.N.Ordesa 7-7-79 What, When, WHERE: Primary data
  20. We need lots of data
  21. datos primarios al final 175 Million observations on the web
  22. http://www.biodiversityhotspots.org
  23. Birds in Europe & North America
  24. We have very little data
  25. Este es el mismo mapa con muchos mas puntos de donde se encuentra ese bicho en Europa
  26. Summer precipitation Winter precipitation Plano de condiciones ambientales Maximum temp. summer Average height
  27. Plano de distribución potencial de la especie
  28. Plano de distribución potencial de la especie
  29. Plano de distribución potencial de la especie
  30. Carex bigelowii, different scenarios Pearson et al., 2002
  31. Crotalaria pallida Rafael Luís Fonseca
  32. What is this good for
  33. Taxonomy Health and Public Safety Biogeographic Studies Bioprospecting Species Diversity and Forensics Populations Border Control and Life Histories and Phenologies Wildlife Trade Education and Public Endangered, Migratory Outreach and Invasive Species Ecotourism Impact of Climate Change Art and History Ecology, Evolution and Genetics Society and Politics Environmental Regionalisation Recreational Activities Conservation Planning Human Infrastructure Natural Resource Management Planning Agriculture, Forestry, Aquatic and Marine Fisheries and Mining Biodiversity
  34. Conservation matters
  35. Conservation matters
  36. Cool! 175 Million records of open data
  37. envisioning life
  38. How do we share biodiversity data
  39. 1.8 million species pages Common format Customizable by user Freely available Accessible from a common portal Never completed
  40. http://www.gbif.org/
  41. GBIF is a global network of data providers that builds biodiversity information infrastructure and promotes the growth of biodiversity information content on the Internet by working with partner initiatives and coordinating activities worldwide.
  42. Sustainable Conser- development vation Regu- General Industry User com- User lation Edu- Public munities communities cation Research Portals & Portals and ….. services Services Common Common protocol protocol Wrapper Biological Primary ….. databases Data
  43. Demo
  44. GBIF web services http://data.gbif.org/ws/rest/taxon http://data.gbif.org/ws/rest/occurrence
  45. http://www.tdwg.org/
  46. What When Where Darwin Core
  47. 175 Million records of open data
  48. Making use of the data
  49. Intersecting GBIF network data with the World Database on Protected Areas
  50. 160M points intersect 150K polygons
  51. Reproducing Spatial Joins using Hadoop and EC2. Tim Robertson http://biodivertido.blogspot.com
  52. Millions of species, billions of tiles Primary data tile generation on the fly
  53. Polygons from points (using Clustr) Deriving species distributions from P.D.
  54. GBIF- Convention on Migratory Species Global Registry of Migratory Species
  55. Summarizing... zrim
  56. Biodiversity matters
  57. Biodiversity informatics is all about open data Michael Dawes
  58. Join us! Scott Kinmartin
  59. THANKS ;) jatorre@vizzuality.com @jatorre biodivertido.blogspot.com

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