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Marine community initiatives building biodiversity data systems and products in support of global change research, K. Deneudt

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K. Deneudt (VLIZ - Flanders Marine Institute, Oostende, France), at the Our Common Future Under Climate Change conference, July 7-10 in Paris, France.

More at http://www.commonfuture-paris2015.org/

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Marine community initiatives building biodiversity data systems and products in support of global change research, K. Deneudt

  1. 1. Klaas Deneudt, Stefanie Dekeyzer, Bart Vanhoorne, Leen Vandepitte, Simon Claus, Francisco Hernandez Marine community initiatives building biodiversity data systems and products in support of global change research.
  2. 2. Facing global change impact …. © OSPAR; NOAA; National Snow and Ice Data Center - Convention on Biological Diversity Secretariat; Queen's University; National geographic Society
  3. 3. Need for adequate data & information DATA (OBSERVATIONS, LITERATURE) DATA SYSTEMS DATA PRODUCTS Data Integration Data processing Data Information Automation
  4. 4. Need for adequate data & information
  5. 5. Species names data
  6. 6. Species names data Halichondria (Halichondria) panicea (Pallas, 1766) Bread-crumb sponge (> 60 synonyms)
  7. 7. Species distribution data …. 21 regional nodes 6 thematic nodes 450 data providers
  8. 8. Birds, Fish, Mammals, Zooplankton, Phytoplankton, Benthos, Bacteria, … Species distribution data
  9. 9. Species traits data
  10. 10. Need for adequate data & information
  11. 11. Data applications and products for global change research
  12. 12. © Hans-Petter field Cod - Gadus Morhua (IBTS) Data applications and products for global change research
  13. 13. tube worm – Marenzelleria spec. - Baltic Sea Data applications and products for global change research ©Kristensen, Erik
  14. 14. Take-home-messages - Large scale initiaves building data systems and producing data products: (Eur)OBIS, EMODNET, LIFEWATCH, WORMS - Combining species names, species distribution and species traits data generating new information - Invitation to formulate supporting products that we can set up based on the available data
  15. 15. Thank you

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