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Foss4g 2010 Open source response to the biodiversity crisis

Foss4g 2010 Open source response to the biodiversity crisis



ecoReleve Open source response to the biodiversity crisis

ecoReleve Open source response to the biodiversity crisis



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    Foss4g 2010 Open source response to the biodiversity crisis Foss4g 2010 Open source response to the biodiversity crisis Presentation Transcript

    • ecoReleve Open source response to the biodiversity crisis • Crisis • Complex • Great communites • Foss4B metaphore • Thanks Olivier Rovellotti Director Natural Solutions
    • Biodiversty the variety of life on the planet Maybe 50 million 20% species
    • Ecosystems Services Provisioning services food (including seafood and game), crops, wild foods, and spices Regulating services pharmaceuticals, biochemicals, and industrial carbon sequestration and climate products energy (hydropower, biomass fuels) regulation waste decomposition and detoxification purification of water and air crop pollination pest and disease control scientific discovery Supporting services nutrient dispersal and Cultural services cycling cultural, intellectual and spiritual inspiration seed dispersal recreational experiences Primary production (including ecotourism)
    • In Crisis
    • Crisis •Transformation of the landscape •Overexploitation of species •Pollution •The introduction of alien species 5 2 3 6 1 4
    • Danger of extinction 34% Danger of extinction •17,936 species out of 52,017 assessed so far are threatened with extinction. •Of the world’s 5,490 mammals, 78 are mammamls Extinct or Extinct in the Wild, with 188 Extinct Critically Endangered, 450 Endangered Critically endangered and 492 Vulnerable. Endangered •1,895 of the planet’s 6,285 amphibians Vulnerable are in danger of extinction, making them Other one of the most threatened groups of species known to date.
    • Have to protect So we need to Understand
    • Understanding need Data
    • Data is complex How? Who? Where? Biodiversity What? When? ?
    • Many dimensions Space Time Biology
    • But 2 Great communities Biologist Developers Many great Ideas Foss Open data Crowd sourcing Citizen Science
    • Biologists Have data GBIF 203 million
    • Have software
    • Free Open Source Software for Biodiversity FOSS4B Data Software
    • Ecology 2.0 Crowd sourcing Biodiversity Questions Open Data Open Software
    • ecoReleve Project
    • Open sources OSM
    • Use Cases Scientists Ask Analyze Questions data Validate Taxonomist Data Admin Define Protocols Collect data Field Workers
    • One Module Data admin Ecologist per User ecoRelevé Designer ecoRelevé Explorer ecoRelevé Forms Concepts Field Worker Forms Observations Objects ecoRelevé ecoRelevé Pocket CORE
    • Demo
    • Pocket eReleve http://code.google.com/p/pocket-ereleve/
    • Data representation Explore: Puffins/Zembra http://code.google.com/p/ecoreleve/
    • Available Maps IGN WMS Potamo / Bolmon
    • Import / export project OSM
    • Thank you for helping us helping nature …