Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services Monitoring for the 2020 Targets and beyond
Building on Observations for user needs
Please check http://conf2016.geobon.org/ for more details and registration
This symposium aims to bring together leading experts in biodiversity monitoring and satellite remote sensing to discuss ways to better capitalise on satellite remote sensing technology to monitor biological diversity globally.
The event will feature:
A poster competition with personal feedback provided by the speakers for all entries – deadline for poster submission is 13 April
A raffle for individual attendees to win a free lunch with all of the individual speakers.
A workshop on scientific writing offered to all attendees and organised by the journal Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation editorial team.
Confirmed speakers include:
Mat Disney, UCL
Doreen Boyd, Nottingham University
Gary Geller, Group on Earth Observations
Lucas Joppa, Microsoft Research
Emily Nicholson, Deakin University
Nathalie Pettorelli, Institute of Zoology, ZSL
Duccio Rocchini, Duccio Rocchini, Fondazione Edmund Mach
Shovonlol Roy, Reading University
Emma Tebbs, Kings College London
Martin Wegmann, Würzburg University
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The Research Data Alliance is a global initiative to synchronize the way we handle scientific data to improve interoperability, exchange, curation and persistence. This is the 6th plenary conference, which has a special focus on environmental data to connect to the 21st COP, the intergovernamental Climate Change Conference that will take place in Paris in December 2015.
The purpose of the Workshop is to bring together European stakeholders interested in and actively contributing to the Global Earth Observations System of Systems (GEOSS). The event is a forum to exchange ideas and inform participants about work and initiatives undertaken in the context of GEOSS.
The GLOBIS-B kick-off meeting will take place in Amsterdam from on 8-10 June (Monday till Wednesday). The kick-off meetingwill bring the consortium together to talk through the different parts of the project. A mini-symposium is also planned for Wednesday morning with three talks from international speakers about research topics that are relevant for the project.
GLOBIS-B stands for GLOBal Infrastructures for Supporting Biodiversity research and is a H2020 project within the coordination & support action funding scheme of the H2020-INFRASUPP-2014-2 call. The main aim of the project is to bring together scientists with global research infrastructure operators and legal interoperability experts to address the research needs and infrastructure services required to calculate Essential Biodiversity Variables (EBV).