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Atlas of Living Australia

Atlas of Living Australia

www.ala.org.au

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.

Data Basin

Data Basin

www.databasin.org

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

DEIMS - Drupal Ecological Information Management System

data.lter-europe.net/deims/

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.

EarthEnv

EarthEnv

www.earthenv.org

The database contains various environmental layers for climate, ecosystem, and biodiversity research on a global level. EarthEnv is supported by NASA, NCEAS and iPlant Collaborative.

EEA Data and Maps

EEA Data and Maps

www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-maps

The EEA provides geographic information system (GIS) application programming interfaces (APIs) to obtain a wide range of environmental data for Europe, and helps users create their own map services. Map services available from Discomap are freely available for reuse. The EEA covers thematic areas such as air, water, climate change, biodiversity, land and noise.

Geospatial Conservation Atlas

Geospatial Conservation Atlas

https://geospatial.tnc.org/

The Geospatial Conservation Atlas includes web maps, apps, a map gallery, local initiative portals, authoritative TNC conservation data at global, regional and national scales and other resources, wich are illustrating different conservation programs and projects around the world.

GEOSS Portal

GEOSS Portal

www.geoportal.org

The GEOSS Portal is your main entry point to Earth Observation data from all over the world. We also link world-wide community of practice in nine SOCIETAL BENEFIT AREA.

International Rivers - The State of the World's Rivers

International Rivers - The State of the World's Rivers

www.internationalrivers.org/sites/default/files/worldsrivers

The State of the World's Rivers is an interactive web database that illustrates data on ecological health in the world’s 50 major river basins. Indicators of ecosystem health are grouped into three categories: River Fragmentation, Biodiversity and Water Quality.

JRC Water Portal

JRC Water Portal

https://water.jrc.ec.europa.eu/

The JRC water portal provides access to water data, publications, maps, projects and events that are products of the JRC. The portal concentrates products on freshwater resources, FATE, Water and Ecosystems, Water and Development, GMIS, EMIS, EFAS, GloFAS, Droughts-EDO and GFDS.

Long-Term Ecosystem Research Sites

Long-Term Ecosystem Research Sites

https://deims.org/map/

DEIMS-SDR (Dynamic Ecological Information Management System - Site and dataset registry) is an information management system that allows you to discover long-term ecosystem research sites around the globe, along with the data gathered at those sites and the people and networks associated with them. DEIMS-SDR describes a wide range of sites, providing a wealth of information, including each site’s location, ecosystems, facilities, parameters measured and research themes. It is also possible to access a growing number of datasets and data products associated with the sites.

UNESCO-IHP Water Information Network System (WINS)

UNESCO-IHP Water Information Network System (WINS)

ihp-wins.unesco.org

UNESCO’s International Hydrological Programme (IHP) addresses water research, water resources management, and education and capacity building. The Water Information Network System provides updated maps on water resources at a global level and information on different projects of IHP.