The GLOBIS-B project brought together over 50 experts in Bari, Italy to work on establishing an Essential Biodiversity Variable for Species Interactions
As an outcome of the first two workshops organized by the GLOBIS-B, a new paper shows how Essential Biodiversity Variables can be produced to measure biodiversity change at a global scale.
More than 60 biodiversity scientists and informaticians met in Leipzig, Germany, to discuss for 3-days how to advance the digital accessibility of biodiversity data
During the European GEO Workshop, GLOBIS-B presented its contribution to shaping the European Contribution to GEOSS
As a result from the first workshop, an article is published on the operational definition of Essential Biodiversity Variables, to better define what EBVs are, or should not be.
This publication sumarizes the aims and scientific background of the GLOBIS-B project