Difference between revisions of "European marine biodiversity sites"

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One of the objectives of the BIOMARE project was to identify a network of Research Sites to provide a basis for long-term and large-scale marine biodiversity research in Europe.
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One of the objectives of the BIOMARE project was to identify a network of Research Sites to provide a basis for long-term and large-scale marine [[biodiversity]] research in Europe.
  
 
Among the 100 European Marine Biodiversity Research Sites that provide the geographical skeleton for the implementation of large-scale long-term research in Europe, a small subset of Reference Sites was selected.
 
Among the 100 European Marine Biodiversity Research Sites that provide the geographical skeleton for the implementation of large-scale long-term research in Europe, a small subset of Reference Sites was selected.
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All the information about the BIOMARE sites is put into a fully searchable relational database and with a geographical interface which can be accessed here *[http://www.marbef.org/data/index.php].  
 
All the information about the BIOMARE sites is put into a fully searchable relational database and with a geographical interface which can be accessed here *[http://www.marbef.org/data/index.php].  
  
Deep-sea, ocean pelagic, experimental or extreme habitat sites, proposed during the MARBEF project will be added to this database.  
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Deep-sea, ocean [[pelagic]], experimental or extreme [[habitat]] sites, proposed during the MARBEF project will be added to this database.  
  
 
More information is available on the BIOMARE website *[http://www.biomareweb.org].  
 
More information is available on the BIOMARE website *[http://www.biomareweb.org].  

Revision as of 18:22, 15 December 2008

One of the objectives of the BIOMARE project was to identify a network of Research Sites to provide a basis for long-term and large-scale marine biodiversity research in Europe.

Among the 100 European Marine Biodiversity Research Sites that provide the geographical skeleton for the implementation of large-scale long-term research in Europe, a small subset of Reference Sites was selected.

All the information about the BIOMARE sites is put into a fully searchable relational database and with a geographical interface which can be accessed here *[1].

Deep-sea, ocean pelagic, experimental or extreme habitat sites, proposed during the MARBEF project will be added to this database.

More information is available on the BIOMARE website *[2].


External links

  • www.marbef.org/data/index.php [1]
  • www.biomareweb.org [2]