Our "Related Atlases" collection leads you to a variety of geo-spatial information sources related to biodiversity. We included online atlases and geoportals providing maps and geodata as well as other biodiversity information resources like databases.
The Aqua Monitor displays monitoring data of surface water changes, occured during the last 30 years. Gains and losses were analysed from space through the Deltares Aqua Monitor — an open tool that detects land and water changes around the globe.
The Atlas of Living Australia contains information on all the known species in Australia aggregated from a wide range of data providers. This biodiversity information system provides data, visualization and analytical tools mainly for species occurrences and distributions.
The Barcode of Life Data (BOLD) System consists of four main modules (a data portal, a database of barcode clusters, an educational portal, and a data collection workbench) in order to support the acquisition, storage, analysis, and publication of DNA barcode records. The platform provides DNA barcode data along with molecular, morphological, and distributional data that is depicted in maps.
The Biodiversity Information System for Europe (BISE) is a single entry point for data and information on biodiversity supporting the implementation of the EU strategy and the Aichi targets in Europe. Bringing together facts and figures on biodiversity and ecosystem services, it links to related policies, environmental data centres, assessments and research findings from various sources.
CONABIO (The National Commission for Knowledge and Use of Biodiversity) provides a national geoportal for Mexico, which contains general geodata in 14 topics among others biodiversity data, vegetation data and hydrological data. It is accompanied by comprehensive metadata for each topic and a search function.
Biological invasions by non-native or 'alien' species are one of the greatest threats to the ecological and economic well-being of the planet. To help those tackling the invasive species challenge, this website provides a 'one-stop-shop' for information on biological invasions in Europe.
A team of scientists, software engineers, and educators at the Conservation Biology Institute (CBI) built Data Basin with the strong conviction that we can expand our individual and collective ability to develop sustainable solutions by empowering more people through access to spatial data, non-technical tools, and collaborative networks. The core of Data Basin is free and provides open access to thousands of scientifically-grounded, biological, physical, and socio-economic datasets.
DEIMS (Drupal Ecological Information Management System) is the Ecological Research Site and Dataset Registry for long term observation and experimentation data and facilities. It is the central platform to register, discover and edit related information. DEIMS is based on the first release of the Drupal metadata editor created by the US LTER and has been further developed as a collaborative effort of the projects EnvEurope and ExpeER and the networks LTER Europe and ILTER.
The Digital Observatory for Protected Areas (DOPA) is a set of web services and interfaces that provides a large variety of end-users including park managers, park agencies, other decision-makers and researchers with means to assess, monitor and possibly forecast the state of and pressure on protected areas at multiple scales.