The Antarctic Biodiversity Portal!
contributions to a marine virtual
lab
Anton Van de Putte
Biodiversity.aq
RBINS
HCMR, Cr...
Antarctic Treaty
« In order to promote international cooperation in
scientific investigation in Antarctica, […],
Scientific ...
Background
•  Born during the IPY as Census of
Antarctic Marine Life as the data,
visualization and analysis
component
•  ...
Architectural design &
developments!

WWW	
  
DATA	
  
AFG	
  
mARS	
  
ATLAS	
  
IPT	
  
share	
  
WWW.BIODIVERSITY.AQ
•  General website
•  latest news
•  contact
•  sponsors
•  governance
•  resources
•  projects
IPT.BIODIVERSITY.AQ
IPT	
  (meta)DATA	
  
DWC-­‐A	
  
Data	
  paper	
  
HIT	
  
DATA	
  
HIT	
  
AADC	
  
DATA.BIODIVERSITY.AQ
AMD	
   IPT	
  
Taxonomy	
  
RAMS	

 Environmental	
  
AADC	
  
OCCURRENCE	...
DATA	
  
AFG.BIODIVERSITY.AQ	
  
AFG	
  
Expert	
  Provided	
  Content	
  
(text	
  &	
  images)	
  
Occurrence	
  
Taxono...
ATLAS.BIODIVERSITY.AQ
•  Biogeographic Atlas of the
Southern Ocean
•  Editors: De Broyer & Koubbi
•  Redo of Hedgepeth 196...
Environmental layers
•  Slope
•  Bathymetry
•  Chlorophyll
•  Distance to the continent
•  Distance to bird colonies
•  Di...
•  R-functions GUI for BRT and
GDM
•  https://github.com/jiho/atlasr
45°S
55°S
65°S
75°S
0°
30°W 30°E
150°E150°W
180°
60°E60°W
90°E90°W
120°E120°W
Legend
Value
High : 0.994270
Low : 0.001170
...
mARS.BIODIVERSITY.AQ
IPT	
  
MiMARKS	
   mARS	
  
mARS.BIODIVERSITY.AQ	
  
Sequence	
  set	
  summary	
  	
  
mARS white paper
. 
•  Step 1: Data description and discovery
•  Step 2: Habitat and Microbial Sequence
Metadata Entry 
– ...
Continued efforts
•  Application of informatics techniques to
biodiversity information 
•  Improved integration, presentat...
Privileged	
  partners	
  
Partners	
  
Associate	
  partners	
  
International
Oceanographic
Data and Information
Exchange
Friends	
  
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  • This is a slide I always start with, as it show the unique environment the Antarctic form and was already
  • Identification aid
    High quality (useful) pictures
    Expert Descriptions
    Built on-the-fly from various sources
    Generates a pdf for taxa/area of interest

  • The Microbial Antarctic Resources System (mARS) is envisioned as an information system dedicated to facilitate the discovery, access and analysis of geo-referenced, molecular microbial diversity (meta)data generated by Antarctic researchers, in an Open fashion. The scope of diversity will encompass all freel-living and host-associated virus, Bacteria, Archaea, and singled-celled Eukarya.
     
    mARS focuses on past, present and future works. It offers a community-driven platform for scientists to publish, document, analyse and share their (meta)data with the broad community for science, conservation and management purposes, in the spirit of the Antarctic Treaty.
  • Marine Lifewatch meeting 3-5 June 2014

    1. 1. The Antarctic Biodiversity Portal! contributions to a marine virtual lab Anton Van de Putte Biodiversity.aq RBINS HCMR, Crete
    2. 2. Antarctic Treaty « In order to promote international cooperation in scientific investigation in Antarctica, […], Scientific observations and results from Antarctica shall be exchanged and made freely available. » Our vision:" Antarctic biodiversity data are open, linked, useful, interoperable and safe.
    3. 3. Background •  Born during the IPY 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
    4. 4. Architectural design & developments! WWW   DATA   AFG   mARS   ATLAS   IPT   share  
    5. 5. WWW.BIODIVERSITY.AQ •  General website •  latest news •  contact •  sponsors •  governance •  resources •  projects
    6. 6. IPT.BIODIVERSITY.AQ IPT  (meta)DATA   DWC-­‐A   Data  paper   HIT  
    7. 7. DATA   HIT   AADC   DATA.BIODIVERSITY.AQ AMD   IPT   Taxonomy   RAMS Environmental   AADC   OCCURRENCE  (INTERNAL  WEB  SERVICE)   TAXONOMY  (INTERNAL  WEB  SERVICE)  
    8. 8. DATA   AFG.BIODIVERSITY.AQ   AFG   Expert  Provided  Content   (text  &  images)   Occurrence   Taxonomy  
    9. 9. ATLAS.BIODIVERSITY.AQ •  Biogeographic Atlas of the Southern Ocean •  Editors: De Broyer & Koubbi •  Redo of Hedgepeth 1969 Folio •  Predictive approach •  Static and dynamic versions •  Modelization loops are ready
    10. 10. Environmental layers •  Slope •  Bathymetry •  Chlorophyll •  Distance to the continent •  Distance to bird colonies •  Distance to ice •  Distance to shelf •  Distance to canyon •  Floor temperature •  ... •  + •  ANTABIF Occurrence records
    11. 11. •  R-functions GUI for BRT and GDM •  https://github.com/jiho/atlasr
    12. 12. 45°S 55°S 65°S 75°S 0° 30°W 30°E 150°E150°W 180° 60°E60°W 90°E90°W 120°E120°W Legend Value High : 0.994270 Low : 0.001170 45°S 55°S 65°S 75°S 0° 30°W 30°E 150°E150°W 180° 60°E60°W 90°E90°W 120°E120°W Legend euphau_pres-abs Euphausia6 0 1
    13. 13. mARS.BIODIVERSITY.AQ
    14. 14. IPT   MiMARKS   mARS   mARS.BIODIVERSITY.AQ   Sequence  set  summary    
    15. 15. mARS white paper . •  Step 1: Data description and discovery •  Step 2: Habitat and Microbial Sequence Metadata Entry –  (MiMARKS Data Standard; Microbial_Sequence_Set_Template) •  Step 3: Georeferenced-molecular sequence database integration •  Step 4: Processing batch sequence data – Circum-Antarctic microbial diversity
    16. 16. Continued efforts •  Application of informatics techniques to biodiversity information •  Improved integration, presentation, discovery, exploration and analysis. •  Yields new ways to view and analyse existing information, as well as predictive models for information that does not yet exist. •  Allows data-intensive biodiversity research and applications (e.g. in conservation)
    17. 17. Privileged  partners   Partners   Associate  partners  
    18. 18. International Oceanographic Data and Information Exchange Friends  

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