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  • This service aims to be a citizen science portal where users can contribute with images of Glacier Lagoons in Sierra Nevada and its surroundings.

  • worrms is a R client for the World Register of Marine Species REST webservices (http://www.marinespecies.org/rest). The aim of a World Register of Marine Species (WoRMS) is to provide an authoritative and comprehensive list of names of marine organisms, including information on synonymy. While the highest priority goes to valid names, other names in use are included so that this register can serve as a guide to interpret taxonomic literature. The content of WoRMS is controlled by taxonomic and thematic experts, not by database managers. WoRMS has an editorial management system where each taxonomic group is represented by an expert who has the authority over the content, and is responsible for controlling the quality of the information. Each of these main taxonomic editors can invite several specialists of smaller groups within their area of responsibility to join them.

  • A service that aims at verifying the coordinates (latitude and longitude in column 3 and 4 of file “Pop_trop_SIA.csv”) match with the location (“country” and “location” in column 1 and 2 of file “Pop_troph_SIA.csv”) using the “SIAShapefile.shp”. This is very important because these geographic coordinates will be used in other services to extract and retrieve environmental data on the location of the species observation/occurrence. So scientists need to ensure these coordinates are correct. It represents the Step 3.2 of the Crustaceans Workflow within the Internal Joint Initiative.

  • The GBIF.ES e-learning platform offers online workshops on data quality, data publication, data use, etc. open to whole GBIF community.

  • 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 Traits Computation web service provides a user-friendly Graphical User Interface (GUI) that allow researchers to run a workflow wrapped into R code for the computation of morphological and demographic traits, such as biovolume, surface area, surface-volume ratio, density, cell carbon content, density, carbon content and total biovolume. The service works on datasets structured according to the Phytoplankton Data Template that can be selected by the GUI or uploaded by the researchers. The input file is in CSV format with some mandatory fields according to the calculation type. Before selecting or uploading the input file, users have to specify some parameters (e.g., the calculation type, and the traits to be computed). The web service provides as output a file in .csv format, including all input data and the new calculated traits.

  • pywhip is a Python package to validate data against whip specifications, a human and machine-readable syntax to express specifications for data.

  • pydov is a Python package to query and download data from Databank Ondergrond Vlaanderen (DOV). It is hosted on GitHub and development is coordinated by Databank Ondergrond Vlaanderen (DOV). DOV aggregates data about soil, subsoil and groundwater of Flanders and makes them publicly available. Interactive and human-readable extraction and querying of the data is provided by a web application, whereas the focus of this package is to support machine-based extraction and conversion of the data.

  • taxize allows users to search over many taxonomic data sources for species names (scientific and common) and download up and downstream taxonomic hierarchical information - among other things. This package wraps APIs for a large suite of taxonomic databases availabe on the web. The taxize book: https://taxize.dev Package documentation: https://docs.ropensci.org/taxize/

  • Document repository of scientific publications of research carried out at (or related to) Doñana.