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SMEBD dissolved by decision of the council
Added on: 2015-04-17 20:43:41 by SMEBD Council
The SMEBD council would like to officially inform you that the Society for the Management of Electronic Biodiversity Data (SMEBD) has been dissolved by decision of the council. ... [Read more]
LifeWatch supports the Catalogue of Life Global Team meeting @VLIZ
Added on: 2015-04-07 11:01:28 by Dekeyzer, Stefanie
The Global Team and Board of Directors of the Catalogue of Life have met at the Flanders Marine Institute to discuss the strategic plan for the Catalogue and how these goals can be accomplished. Back-to-back with these meetings, a mini-symposium was organized, offering a discussion platform to users, providers and related networks and initiatives to the Catalogue of Life. ... [Read more]
Obituary - Roger Bamber - WoRMS Pycnogonida editor
Added on: 2015-04-02 14:18:39 by Vandepitte, Leen
Roger Bamber, the WoRMS chief taxonomic editor of the sea-spiders has recently passed away. ... [Read more]
World Register of Marine Introduced Species (WRIMS) officially launched
Added on: 2015-03-16 08:46:20 by Vandepitte, Leen
WRIMS – a database of introduced and invasive alien marine species – has officially been released to the public. It includes more than 1,400 marine species worldwide, compiled through the collaboration with international initiatives and study of almost 2,500 publications. ... [Read more]
PRESS RELEASE: Four newly discovered marine species added to world list WoRMS every day
Added on: 2015-03-11 18:03:44 by Vandepitte, Leen
The World Register of Marine Species (WoRMS) confirms that currently 228,450 marine animal and plant species are known. A critical analysis has identified almost half the names assigned over two and a half centuries to ocean dwelling creatures as redundant aliases; they turned out to be synonyms. But still every day new species are discovered and described. In 2014 alone, some 1,451 new-to-science marine creatures were added to WoRMS — an average of four per day. ... [Read more]
NeMys editors got off to a flying start!
Added on: 2015-03-02 10:57:50 by Vandepitte, Leen
On February 24-26, experts on free-living marine nematodes have gathered at the Flanders Marine Institute (VLIZ), host institute of the World Register of Marine Species (WoRMS), to give the re-newed NeMys a kick-start and to discuss future plans. ... [Read more]

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