Portuguese version of GBIF.org interface
Relatorio Anual 2016
Dados para Portugal atingem 2,5 milhões
Portal de dados de biodiversidade de Portugal
Pré-registo para questionário sobre bases de dados de biodiversidade e Colecções Biológicas

Missão do GBIF

Global Biodiversity Information Facility
O Sistema Global de Informação sobre a Biodiversidade (GBIF) é uma organização intergovernamental criada em 2001 para facilitar a partilha e acesso, de forma livre e gratuita, de dados de biodiversidade.
Instituto Superior de Agronomia
O ISA acolhe o Nó Português do GBIF
com o apoio da:
Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia


Portal GBIF.org now provides interface in Portuguese

Portuguese version interface print screen

The GBIF.org network is working to expand the range of languages available to users worldwide. Currently, it is possible to access the site and choose, besides English, from Spanish, Japanese and now Portuguese interfaces. The Portuguese version was officially published yesterday, enabling the users of the Community of Portuguese Language Countries to work on the platform using their native language. The international data portal still plans to have the interface translated into Russian, Chinese, Danish, among others.

Dataset from IICT contributed to almost 90% of the species listed in a recent article about mammals from Angola

The recently published article by Taylor et al. (2018) presents, among other information (read the full article: http://bit.ly/2vKG5uJ), an updated checklist with 275 mammal species from Angola, comprehending 245 species with records obtained through GBIF, via the Biodiversity Data Portal of Portugal.

Public Symposium on Biodiversity Loss in Changing World: Local Data, Global Action

The symposium coincides with GBIF's annual Governing Board meeting, is a full-day event and will highlight some of the work that GBIF and its global network is doing to mobilise biodiversity data for research and to inform decision making for global biodiversity action, among other issues.

Global Biodiversity Information Conference

The 2nd Global Biodiversity Information Conference will be held in Copenhagen, from 23‐27 July 2018. GBIC2 will convene a broad group of invited stakeholders to discuss how an international coordination mechanism for biodiversity informatics could operate and how it could accelerate delivery of the linked and open global biodiversity data infrastructure to the benefit of science and society. While attendance will necessarily be limited, GBIC2 represents just the opening stage of a broader consultation process.

GBIF Ebbe Nielsen Challenge seeks open-data innovations for biodiversity

The Challenge honours the memory of Dr Ebbe Schmidt Nielsen, an inspirational leader in the fields of biosystematics and biodiversity informatics and an important founder of GBIF. It will award up to €34,000 in prizes to innovative individuals and teams that can improve the access, usefulness and quality of open biodiversity data by creating new tools and technical solutions such as new applications, visualizations, methods, workflows or analyses, or build on and extend existing tools and features like:

European Bireme: EU Nodes in biodiversity reporting mechanisms

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This project aims to describe reporting processes and data flows in five European countries, investigate how GBIF could facilitate reporting and recommend changes to GBIF tools/procedures, if needed. Best practices will be identified, summarized and spread to all European countries.

The project will be articulated around two phases:

2018 GBIF Ebbe Nielsen Challenge to open on 9 May 2018

Desafio Ebbe Nielsen 2018

The call for applications to the 2018 Ebbe Nielsen Challenge will be open on 9 May 2018. The challenge seeks to encourage innovative uses of and applications for the open biodiversity research infrastructure supported by GBIF. These creative applications of GBIF-mediated data can come in a wide variety of forms and formats—for example, new analytical research, richer policy-relevant visualizations, web and mobile applications, improvements to processes around data digitization, quality and access, or something else entirely.


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O Nó Português do GBIF é acolhido pelo Instituto Superior de Agronomia (ISA),
com o apoio da Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia (FCT).