As an outcome of the GLOBIS-B workshop in Bari, Italy, an article has been published describing 10 principles that Research Infrastructures can follow to collaborate in developing EBV's on a global scale.
The CORDIS website, the European Commission Community Research and Development Information Service, has presented a short article highlighting the main results of the GLOBIS-B project
As an outcome of the third GLOBIS-B workshop requirements are published for developing the EBV class ‘Species Traits’ which can cover for example measurements of phenology, morphology, reproduction, physiology or migratory behaviour.
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