Establishing a GBIF Participant node - Pacific 2019
- Mélianie Raymond |
- Andrew Rodrigues |
- Maheva Bagard Laursen |
- Laura Russell |
- Carole Sinou |
- Anders Telenius |
- Dimitri Brosens |
- Dag Endresen |
- Marlene Dalsgaard Nielsen |
Biodiversity Information for Development (BID) is a multi-year programme funded by the European Union and led by the Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF) with the aim of increasing the amount of biodiversity information available for use in scientific research and policymaking. More information about the programme is available at http://www.gbif.org/programme/bid
This training is organized as part of the regional meetings concluding the first phase of the BID programme and aiming to identify regional priorities and actions to sustain the mobilization of biodiversity data for science and policy.
Through a series of practical exercises, we will support the BID project teams in the first stages of establishing a GBIF Participant node to sustain the activities started through the BID programme into the future.
Meet your trainers
The training has been prepared by an international group of node managers, with support from the GBIF Secretariat.
Meet your mentors
A group of international mentors are providing support for this course, both onsite and by assisting with testing and translations.
- Katia Cezón (Spain)
- Miguel Vega (Spain)
- Dimitri Brosens (Belgium)
- Dag Endresen (Norway)
- Jean Cossi Ganglo (Benin)
- Innocent Akampurira (Uganda)
- Rui Figueira (Portugal)
- Anne Sophie Archambeau (France)
- Cristina Villaverde (Spain)
- Niels Raes (Netherlands)
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Anabela Plos (GBIF Argentina), Katia Cezón and Miguel Vega (GBIF Spain) contributed the Spanish language translations for this course.
GBIF Spain has kindly allowed us to make use of the eLearning platform.
The BID programme is funded by the European Union and led by GBIF