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2021

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  • The Karst Research Institute ZRC SAZU installed a meteorological station with soil sensors in Sela pri Otovcu (Bela krajina) in SE-Slovenia, near the habitat of black proteus (Proteus anguinus parkelj). The meteorological station with soil sensors includes a central processing and memory unit, sensors (solar radiation, air pressure, air temperature, humidity, precipitation, snow cover height, soil temperature and humidity), wireless data transmission module and power supply unit (solar panel). The equipment was purchased on 16 April 2021 within the RI-SI-LifeWatch project. It is intended for monitoring all major meteorological parameters for the purposes of ecological and karst habitat research.

  • Data Services provide the users with tools in order to: a) publish their datasets and make them available to the community by providing information that allows a user to locate and access the resource and its curator/creator, b) import their datasets to the Lifewatch Greece Infrastructure and to GBIF or MedOBIS, c) perform biodiversity data and information quality improvement, and d) search about datasets of interest by providing an efficient way of querying semantic networks. The schema of the data that is provided by the users is mapped to the semantic model of the LWI and the data is transformed to LWI format before it is stored to the Infrastructure. The semantic model is based on CIDOC CRM (http://www.cidoc-crm.org/), CRM dig, CRM geo, CRM sci and MarineTLO (http://www.ics.forth.gr/isl/MarineTLO/). Login is required to access the service.

  • This service aims to make available all the climatic data available on Sierra Nevada for any user interested in downloading them. It has a web form through which the user can select the different stations and variables measured in them and download data from a given date range.

  • CakeShop is a set of tools and APIs for working with Hyperledger Besu/Quorum, packaged as a Java web application archive (WAR). Tools included are blockchain explorer, node info, peer management, echanced permissions UI, solidity sandbox and contract registry. CakeShop will allow a more faster and secure deployment of LifeBlock nodes and resources.

  • This service aims at converting coordinates expressed in any format (MGRS, UTM, sexagesimal geographic) to decimal geographic coordinates, which is the GBIF publication format.

  • This service aims to split scientific names into their basic components and is optimized to work with taxonomic rank equal or lower than species, following Darwin Core standards.

  • This service aims to make accessible and searchable the data collected in real-time (6 hours - update interval) by a network of micro-stations deployed in the oak groves of Sierra Nevada within the framework of the Sierra Nevada Global Change Observatory.

  • The objective of this service is to enable the interaction of LifeBlock Testnet with a proprietary IPFS network through the use of smart contracts. This functionality allows the storage of the information identification hash in IPFS in LifeBlock Testnet. Technical data for this service: - URL: http://135.125.10.249:5000/ - Contract address: 0x42699a7612a82f1d9c36148af9c77354759b210b

  • The objective of this service is to implement a test network on blockchain technology for the permanent storage of data related to ecosystem variables and datasets. This instance of the service has been designed as a test network and is supported under Hyperledger Besu technology. It has full operability for tokens and smart contracts, with support for IBTF consensus and provides a service for reading and writing hashes stored in IPFS systems. Technical data for this testnet: - Name of the net: LifeBlock Testnet - NetworkId: 3170 - Coin: LifeCoin - Native token: LifeToken - Coins issued: 9.200.000 - Gas price: 0

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    This marine biodiversity observatory has been developed in the framework of the Flemish contribution to LifeWatch and applies automated and innovative technology (imaging, acoustics, genomic profiling) to capture biodiversity data in the Belgian part of the North Sea and its coastal areas. The observatory combines regular ship-based station measurements with a number of operational sensor networks. The observatory provides biodiversity and ecosystem information for the LTSER Belgian coastal waters and sand bank systems. Collected data is made available through LifeWatch data explorers, other virtual labs and global biodiversity data systems.