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    ANTABIF at the BELSPO-SOA event ANTABIF at the BELSPO-SOA event Presentation Transcript

    • ANTABIF: Bruno Danis - SOA-BELSPO eventAntarctic Biodiversity Information Facility
    • Antarctic Treaty« In order to promote internationalcooperation in scientific investigation inAntarctica, […],Scientific observations and results fromAntarctica shall be exchanged and madefreely available. »
    • Our vision:Antarctic biodiversity data areopen, linked, useful, interoperable and safe.
    • Antarctic Information Networks - scope David B, Danis B, Griffiths HJ
    • Antarctic Information Networks - scope• Born as Census of Antarctic Marine Life as the data, visualization and analysis component David B, Danis B, Griffiths HJ
    • Antarctic Information Networks - scope• Born as Census of Antarctic Marine Life as the data, visualization and analysis component• Free and open access to biodiversity data David B, Danis B, Griffiths HJ
    • Antarctic Information Networks - scope• Born as Census of Antarctic Marine Life as the data, visualization and analysis component• Free and open access to biodiversity data• SCAR-MarBIN and ANTABIF projects David B, Danis B, Griffiths HJ
    • Antarctic Information Networks - scope• Born as Census of Antarctic Marine Life as the data, visualization and analysis component• Free and open access to biodiversity data• SCAR-MarBIN and ANTABIF projects• Science, conservation and management David B, Danis B, Griffiths HJ
    • Antarctic Information Networks - scope• Born as Census of Antarctic Marine Life as the data, visualization and analysis component• Free and open access to biodiversity data• SCAR-MarBIN and ANTABIF projects• Science, conservation and management• Networked community developments David B, Danis B, Griffiths HJ
    • Antarctic Information Networks - scope• Born as Census of Antarctic Marine Life as the data, visualization and analysis component• Free and open access to biodiversity data• SCAR-MarBIN and ANTABIF projects• Science, conservation and management• Networked community developments• Scientific impact: Citations : 423, Publications: 58, H-Index: 11 David B, Danis B, Griffiths HJ
    • Antarctic Information Networks - scope• Born as Census of Antarctic Marine Life as the data, visualization and analysis component• Free and open access to biodiversity data• SCAR-MarBIN and ANTABIF projects• Science, conservation and management• Networked community developments• Scientific impact: Citations : 423, Publications: 58, H-Index: 11 David B, Danis B, Griffiths HJ
    • Collaboration cloud - who’s in?
    • Collaboration cloud - who’s in?
    • Collaboration cloud - who’s in?
    • Taxonomy 17,098 taxaThe first dynamic Register of Antarctic Marine SpeciesTaxonomic backboneBoard of 64 editorsFeeds World Register of Marine Species, Catalogue of Life andEncyclopedia of Life
    • Taxonomy 17,098 taxaThe first dynamic Register of Antarctic Marine SpeciesTaxonomic backboneBoard of 64 editorsFeeds World Register of Marine Species, Catalogue of Life andEncyclopedia of Life
    • Biogeography• Single access to 900 datasets• 2.5 million records• Data back to 1900 (Pygoscelis adeliae)• Spatial data on over 5000 taxa• Downloadable• Interoperable• Free and open
    • Biogeography• Single access to 900 datasets• 2.5 million records• Data back to 1900 (Pygoscelis adeliae)• Spatial data on over 5000 taxa• Downloadable• Interoperable• Free and open
    • Antarctic Information Networks - applications
    • Antarctic Information Networks - applications• Data-driven Marine Protected Area designation
    • Antarctic Information Networks - applications• Data-driven Marine Protected Area designation• Expedition design
    • Antarctic Information Networks - applications• Data-driven Marine Protected Area designation• Expedition design• Biogeographic patterns
    • Antarctic Information Networks - applications• Data-driven Marine Protected Area designation• Expedition design• Biogeographic patterns• Antarctic Field Guides
    • Antarctic Information Networks - applications• Data-driven Marine Protected Area designation• Expedition design• Biogeographic patterns• Antarctic Field Guides• Biogeographic Atlas
    • Antarctic Information Networks - applications• Data-driven Marine Protected Area designation• Expedition design• Biogeographic patterns• Antarctic Field Guides• Biogeographic Atlas• Gap analysis
    • Antarctic Information Networks - applications• Data-driven Marine Protected Area designation• Expedition design• Biogeographic patterns• Antarctic Field Guides• Biogeographic Atlas• Gap analysis• more...
    • Functionalities
    • biodiversity.aq
    • biodiversity.aq• www.biodiversity.aq
    • biodiversity.aq• www.biodiversity.aq• data.biodiversity.aq
    • biodiversity.aq• www.biodiversity.aq• data.biodiversity.aq• ipt.biodiversity.aq
    • biodiversity.aq• www.biodiversity.aq• data.biodiversity.aq• ipt.biodiversity.aq• afg.biodiversity.aq
    • biodiversity.aq• www.biodiversity.aq• data.biodiversity.aq• ipt.biodiversity.aq• afg.biodiversity.aq• atlas.biodiversity.aq
    • biodiversity.aq• www.biodiversity.aq• data.biodiversity.aq• ipt.biodiversity.aq• afg.biodiversity.aq• atlas.biodiversity.aq• mars.biodiversity.aq
    • biodiversity.aq Promote)the)communit• www.biodiversity.aq MODULAR development)of)N ARCHITECTURE• data.biodiversity.aq •  GBIF)promotes)training)and)us• ipt.biodiversity.aq• afg.biodiversity.aq• atlas.biodiversity.aq• mars.biodiversity.aq ANTABIF
    • biodiversity.aq Nodes)Investment)in)new)func@onality) Promote)the)communit• •  www.biodiversity.aq MODULAR development)of)N Nodes)extend)the)plaGorm)with)new)modules) ARCHITECTURE• data.biodiversity.aq •  GBIF)promotes)training)and)us Data discovery A)module)we)all)need)• ipt.biodiversity.aq A)module)I)need)• afg.biodiversity.aq• atlas.biodiversity.aq• mars.biodiversity.aq ANTABIF
    • biodiversity.aq Nodes)Investment)in)new)func@onality) Promote)the)communit Nodes)Investment)in)new)func@ona• •  www.biodiversity.aq MODULAR development)of)N Nodes)extend)the)plaGorm)with)new)modules) ARCHITECTURE •  Nodes)extend)the)plaGorm)with)new)mod •  GBIF)promotes)training)and)us• data.biodiversity.aq Data discovery A)module)we)all)need)• ipt.biodiversity.aq A)module)I)need) Data visualization A)module)we)all)need) A)module)I)need)• afg.biodiversity.aq• atlas.biodiversity.aq• mars.biodiversity.aq ANTABIF
    • biodiversity.aq Nodes)Investment)in)new)func@onality) NPT)can)be)extended)by)crea@ng)an Promote)the)communit Nodes)Investment)in)new)func@ona• •  www.biodiversity.aq installing)Modules) MODULAR development)of)N Nodes)extend)the)plaGorm)with)new)modules) ARCHITECTURE •  Nodes)extend)the)plaGorm)with)new)mod •  GBIF)promotes)training)and)us• data.biodiversity.aq Data discovery Data products A)module)we)all)need)• ipt.biodiversity.aq A)module)I)need) Data visualization A)module)we)all)need) A)module)I)need)• afg.biodiversity.aq• atlas.biodiversity.aq• mars.biodiversity.aq ANTABIF
    • www.biodiversity.aq• general website• latest news• contact• sponsors• governance• resources• projects
    • www.biodiversity.aq -resources- redo these slides with new structure of webportal (projects vs resources)
    • www.biodiversity.aq -mendeley-
    • www.biodiversity.aq -pictures-
    • www.biodiversity.aq -projects-
    • share.biodiversity.aq -shared repository-
    • data.biodiversity.aq• data discovery interface• visualize occurrence data on map• view taxonomic data• download data• view metrics• send feedback• access technical documentation
    • Under the hood• Language: Ruby• Framework: Rails(ActiveRecord) and YUI• (smart) Search engine: Full text (ElasticSearch-Lucene)• Database/GIS server/SpatialDB: PostGresql/ Geoserver/PostGIS• Mapping client: OpenLayers• Web services: RESTish (all resources)• Protocols/Standards: DIF, DwC, DwC-A, Tapir…etc• GBIF tools : HIT, IPT• Hosting: BeBIF (ULB/VUB joint IT Center)• Metadata systems: GCMD API (DIF), EML
    • Under the hood
    • Under the hoodSPATIALLY EXPLICIT
    • Under the hoodSPATIALLY EXPLICIT OPEN SOURCE
    • Under the hoodSPATIALLY EXPLICIT OPEN SOURCE FLEXIBLE
    • Under the hoodSPATIALLY EXPLICIT OPEN SOURCE FLEXIBLE INTEROPERABLE
    • Under the hoodSPATIALLY EXPLICIT OPEN SOURCE FLEXIBLE INTEROPERABLE EXPANDABLE
    • Under the hoodSPATIALLY EXPLICIT OPEN SOURCE FLEXIBLE INTEROPERABLE EXPANDABLEMULTI-STANDARDS
    • data. biodiversity.aq
    • ipt.biodiversity.aq• Integrated Publishing Toolkit• standardize and clean your data• manage primary biodiversity data• manage associated metadata• choose collaborators• generate and submit a Data Paper• push data and metadata to Information Systems
    • ipt. biodiversity.aq
    • ipt. biodiversity.aq
    • ipt. biodiversity.aq
    • ipt. biodiversity.aq
    • ipt. biodiversity.aq
    • Reward data publishing Metadata document Data Paper
    • Proof of concept ZooKeys 185: 73–78 (2012) Antarctic Starfish (Echinodermata: asteroidea) from the ANDEEP3 expedition doi: 10.3897/zookeys.185.3078 DAtA PAPEr A peer-reviewed open-access journal 73 www.zookeys.org Launched to accelerate biodiversity research Antarctic Starfish (Echinodermata, Asteroidea) from the ANDEEP3 expeditionImpact Factor: 0.514 Bruno Danis1, Michel Jangoux2, Jennifer Wilmes2 1 ANTABIF, 29, rue Vautier, 1000, Brussels, Belgium 2 Université Libre de Bruxelles, 50, av FD Roosevelt, 1050, Brussels, Belgium Corresponding author: Bruno Danis (bruno.danis@gmail.com) Academic editor: Vishwas Chavan  |  Received 13 March 2012  |  Accepted 18 April 2012  |  Published 23 April 2012 Citation: Danis B, Jangoux M, Wilmes J (2012) Antarctic Starfish (Echinodermata: asteroidea) from the ANDEEP3 expedition. ZooKeys 185: 73–78. doi: 10.3897/zookeys.185.3078 Abstract This dataset includes information on sea stars collected during the ANDEEP3 expedition, which took place in 2005. The expedition focused on deep-sea stations in the Powell Basin and Weddell Sea. Sea stars were collected using an Agassiz trawl (3m, mesh-size 500µm), deployed in 16 stations during the ANTXXII/3 (ANDEEP3, PS72) expedition of the RV Polarstern. Sampling depth ranged from 1047 to 4931m. Trawling distance ranged from 731 to 3841m. The sampling area ranges from -41°S to -71°S (latitude) and from 0 to -65°W (longitude). A complete list of stations is available from the PANGAEA data system (http://www.pangaea.de/PHP/CruiseReports.php?b=Polarstern), including a cruise report (http://epic-reports.awi.de/3694/1/PE_72.pdf ). The dataset includes 50 records, with individual counts ranging from 1-10, reaching a total of 132 specimens. The andeep3-Asteroidea is a unique dataset as it covers an under-explored region of the Southern Ocean, and that very little information was available regarding Antarctic deep-sea starfish. Before this study, most of the information available focused on starfish from shallower depths than 1000m. This dataset allowed to make unique observations, such as the fact that some species were only present at very high depths (Hymenaster crucifer, Hymenaster pellucidus, Hymenaster praecoquis, Psilaster charcoti, Freyella attenuata, Freyastera tuberculata, Styrachaster chuni and Vemaster sudatlanticus were all found below -3770m), while others displayed remarkable eurybathy, with very high depths amplitudes (Bathybiaster loripes (4842m), Lysasterias adeliae (4832m), Lophaster stellans (4752m), Cheiraster planeta (4708m), Er- emicaster crassus (4626m), Lophaster gaini (4560m) and Ctenodiscus australis (4489m)). Even if the number of records is relatively small, the data bring many new insights on the taxonomic, bathymetric and geographic distributions of Southern starfish, covering a very large sampling zone. The dataset also brings to light six species, newly reported in the Southern Ocean. The quality of the data was controlled very thoroughly, by means of on-board Polarstern GPS sys- tems, checking of identification by a renowned specialist (Prof. Michel Jangoux, Université Libre de Brux- Copyright Bruno Danis et al. This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License 3.0 (CC- BY), which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.
    • Proof of concept ZooKeys 185: 73–78 (2012) Antarctic Starfish (Echinodermata: asteroidea) from the ANDEEP3 expedition doi: 10.3897/zookeys.185.3078 DAtA PAPEr A peer-reviewed open-access journal 73 www.zookeys.org Launched to accelerate biodiversity research Antarctic Starfish (Echinodermata, Asteroidea) from the ANDEEP3 expeditionImpact Factor: 0.514 Bruno Danis1, Michel Jangoux2, Jennifer Wilmes2 1 ANTABIF, 29, rue Vautier, 1000, Brussels, Belgium 2 Université Libre de Bruxelles, 50, av FD Roosevelt, 1050, Brussels, Belgium Corresponding author: Bruno Danis (bruno.danis@gmail.com) Academic editor: Vishwas Chavan  |  Received 13 March 2012  |  Accepted 18 April 2012  |  Published 23 April 2012 Citation: Danis B, Jangoux M, Wilmes J (2012) Antarctic Starfish (Echinodermata: asteroidea) from the ANDEEP3 expedition. ZooKeys 185: 73–78. doi: 10.3897/zookeys.185.3078 Abstract This dataset includes information on sea stars collected during the ANDEEP3 expedition, which took place in 2005. The expedition focused on deep-sea stations in the Powell Basin and Weddell Sea. Sea stars were collected using an Agassiz trawl (3m, mesh-size 500µm), deployed in 16 stations during the ANTXXII/3 (ANDEEP3, PS72) expedition of the RV Polarstern. Sampling depth ranged from 1047 to 4931m. Trawling distance ranged from 731 to 3841m. The sampling area ranges from -41°S to -71°S (latitude) and from 0 to -65°W (longitude). A complete list of stations is available from the PANGAEA data system (http://www.pangaea.de/PHP/CruiseReports.php?b=Polarstern), including a cruise report (http://epic-reports.awi.de/3694/1/PE_72.pdf ). The dataset includes 50 records, with individual counts ranging from 1-10, reaching a total of 132 specimens. The andeep3-Asteroidea is a unique dataset as it covers an under-explored region of the Southern Ocean, and that very little information was available regarding Antarctic deep-sea starfish. Before this study, most of the information available focused on starfish from shallower depths than 1000m. This dataset allowed to make unique observations, such as the fact that some species were only present at very high depths (Hymenaster crucifer, Hymenaster pellucidus, Hymenaster praecoquis, Psilaster charcoti, Freyella attenuata, Freyastera tuberculata, Styrachaster chuni and Vemaster sudatlanticus were all found below -3770m), while others displayed remarkable eurybathy, with very high depths amplitudes (Bathybiaster loripes (4842m), Lysasterias adeliae (4832m), Lophaster stellans (4752m), Cheiraster planeta (4708m), Er- emicaster crassus (4626m), Lophaster gaini (4560m) and Ctenodiscus australis (4489m)). Even if the number of records is relatively small, the data bring many new insights on the taxonomic, bathymetric and geographic distributions of Southern starfish, covering a very large sampling zone. The dataset also brings to light six species, newly reported in the Southern Ocean. The quality of the data was controlled very thoroughly, by means of on-board Polarstern GPS sys- tems, checking of identification by a renowned specialist (Prof. Michel Jangoux, Université Libre de Brux- Copyright Bruno Danis et al. This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License 3.0 (CC- BY), which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.
    • Proof of concept ZooKeys 185: 73–78 (2012) Antarctic Starfish (Echinodermata: asteroidea) from the ANDEEP3 expedition doi: 10.3897/zookeys.185.3078 DAtA PAPEr A peer-reviewed open-access journal 73 www.zookeys.org Launched to accelerate biodiversity research Antarctic Starfish (Echinodermata, Asteroidea) from the ANDEEP3 expeditionImpact Factor: 0.514 Bruno Danis1, Michel Jangoux2, Jennifer Wilmes2 1 ANTABIF, 29, rue Vautier, 1000, Brussels, Belgium 2 Université Libre de Bruxelles, 50, av FD Roosevelt, 1050, Brussels, Belgium Corresponding author: Bruno Danis (bruno.danis@gmail.com) Academic editor: Vishwas Chavan  |  Received 13 March 2012  |  Accepted 18 April 2012  |  Published 23 April 2012 Citation: Danis B, Jangoux M, Wilmes J (2012) Antarctic Starfish (Echinodermata: asteroidea) from the ANDEEP3 expedition. ZooKeys 185: 73–78. doi: 10.3897/zookeys.185.3078 Abstract This dataset includes information on sea stars collected during the ANDEEP3 expedition, which took place in 2005. The expedition focused on deep-sea stations in the Powell Basin and Weddell Sea. Sea stars were collected using an Agassiz trawl (3m, mesh-size 500µm), deployed in 16 stations during the ANTXXII/3 (ANDEEP3, PS72) expedition of the RV Polarstern. Sampling depth ranged from 1047 to 4931m. Trawling distance ranged from 731 to 3841m. The sampling area ranges from -41°S to -71°S (latitude) and from 0 to -65°W (longitude). A complete list of stations is available from the PANGAEA data system (http://www.pangaea.de/PHP/CruiseReports.php?b=Polarstern), including a cruise report (http://epic-reports.awi.de/3694/1/PE_72.pdf ). The dataset includes 50 records, with individual counts ranging from 1-10, reaching a total of 132 specimens. The andeep3-Asteroidea is a unique dataset as it covers an under-explored region of the Southern Ocean, and that very little information was available regarding Antarctic deep-sea starfish. Before this study, most of the information available focused on starfish from shallower depths than 1000m. This dataset allowed to make unique observations, such as the fact that some species were only present at very high depths (Hymenaster crucifer, Hymenaster pellucidus, Hymenaster praecoquis, Psilaster charcoti, Freyella attenuata, Freyastera tuberculata, Styrachaster chuni and Vemaster sudatlanticus were all found below -3770m), while others displayed remarkable eurybathy, with very high depths amplitudes (Bathybiaster loripes (4842m), Lysasterias adeliae (4832m), Lophaster stellans (4752m), Cheiraster planeta (4708m), Er- emicaster crassus (4626m), Lophaster gaini (4560m) and Ctenodiscus australis (4489m)). Even if the number of records is relatively small, the data bring many new insights on the taxonomic, bathymetric and geographic distributions of Southern starfish, covering a very large sampling zone. The dataset also brings to light six species, newly reported in the Southern Ocean. The quality of the data was controlled very thoroughly, by means of on-board Polarstern GPS sys- tems, checking of identification by a renowned specialist (Prof. Michel Jangoux, Université Libre de Brux- Copyright Bruno Danis et al. This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License 3.0 (CC- BY), which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.
    • afg. biodiversity.aq• Identification aid• High quality (useful) pictures• Expert Descriptions• Built on-the-fly from various sources• Generates a pdf for taxa/area of interest
    • afg. biodiversity.aq
    • afg. biodiversity.aq
    • afg. biodiversity.aq
    • atlas.biodiversity.aq
    • atlas.biodiversity.aq• Biogeographic Atlas of the Southern Ocean
    • atlas.biodiversity.aq• Biogeographic Atlas of the Southern Ocean• Redo of Hedgepeth 1969 Folio
    • atlas.biodiversity.aq• Biogeographic Atlas of the Southern Ocean• Redo of Hedgepeth 1969 Folio• Predictive approach
    • atlas.biodiversity.aq• Biogeographic Atlas of the Southern Ocean• Redo of Hedgepeth 1969 Folio• Predictive approach• Static and dynamic versions
    • atlas.biodiversity.aq• Biogeographic Atlas of the Southern Ocean• Redo of Hedgepeth 1969 Folio• Predictive approach• Static and dynamic versions• Modelization loops are ready
    • Slope94 Interpolated data layers Bathymetry Chlorophyll Distance to the continent Distance to bird colonies Distance to ice Distance to shelf Distance to canyon Floor temperature ... + ANTABIF Occurrence records
    • Slope94 Interpolated data layers Bathymetry Chlorophyll Distance to the continent Distance to bird colonies Distance to ice Distance to shelf Distance to canyon Floor temperature ... + ANTABIF Occurrence records
    • Slope94 Interpolated data layers Bathymetry Chlorophyll Distance to the continent Distance to bird colonies Distance to ice Distance to shelf Distance to canyon Floor temperature ... + ANTABIF Occurrence records
    • R-functions GUI for BRT
    • R-functions GUI for BRT
    • mars.biodiversity.aq
    • mars.biodiversity.aq• Microbial Antarctic Resource System
    • mars.biodiversity.aq• Microbial Antarctic Resource System• The organisms are small… but their environmental impacts are critical to many Antarctic ecosystems
    • mars.biodiversity.aq• Microbial Antarctic Resource System• The organisms are small… but their environmental impacts are critical to many Antarctic ecosystems• They are the dominant and most diverse form of life in the oceans and in the various microbial habitats on the continent
    • mars.biodiversity.aq• Microbial Antarctic Resource System• The organisms are small… but their environmental impacts are critical to many Antarctic ecosystems• They are the dominant and most diverse form of life in the oceans and in the various microbial habitats on the continent• Access to their diversity is becoming cost-effective and increasing exponentially
    • mars.biodiversity.aq
    • mars.biodiversity.aq• Integrate Antarctic microbial DNA sequence data in ANTABIF
    • mars.biodiversity.aq• Integrate Antarctic microbial DNA sequence data in ANTABIF• Phased approach:
    • mars.biodiversity.aq• Integrate Antarctic microbial DNA sequence data in ANTABIF• Phased approach: Step 0: data description and discovery
    • mars.biodiversity.aq• Integrate Antarctic microbial DNA sequence data in ANTABIF• Phased approach: Step 0: data description and discovery Step 1: microbial sequence and habitat metadata
    • mars.biodiversity.aq• Integrate Antarctic microbial DNA sequence data in ANTABIF• Phased approach: Step 0: data description and discovery Step 1: microbial sequence and habitat metadata Step 2: sequence data
    • mars.biodiversity.aq• Integrate Antarctic microbial DNA sequence data in ANTABIF• Phased approach: Step 0: data description and discovery Step 1: microbial sequence and habitat metadata Step 2: sequence data Step 3: batch sequence data processing
    • mars.biodiversity.aq• Integrate Antarctic microbial DNA sequence data in ANTABIF• Phased approach: Step 0: data description and discovery Step 1: microbial sequence and habitat metadata Step 2: sequence data Step 3: batch sequence data processing Step 4: customized sequence data processing
    • mars.biodiversity.aq
    • mars.biodiversity.aq• Potential applications:
    • mars.biodiversity.aq• Potential applications: Is there a biogeography of Antarctic microbes?
    • mars.biodiversity.aq• Potential applications: Is there a biogeography of Antarctic microbes? Document Antarctic bioprospecting activities
    • mars.biodiversity.aq• Potential applications: Is there a biogeography of Antarctic microbes? Document Antarctic bioprospecting activities Assess bioindicating value of microbial diversity as early warning system of ecosystems shifts
    • Challenges
    • Challenges
    • Challenges• Data deluge
    • Challenges• Data deluge• Huge gaps in the data
    • Challenges• Data deluge• Huge gaps in the data• Missing data types
    • Challenges• Data deluge• Huge gaps in the data• Missing data types• Orphan datasets
    • Challenges• Data deluge• Huge gaps in the data• Missing data types• Orphan datasets• True integration of complex data
    • Thanks and questions? @biodiversityaq image  ©  NY  Times