BioVeL provides workflows for the processing of data in major areas of biodiversity research: ecological niche modelling, ecosystem functioning, and taxonomy.
We offer several families of workflows:
- Data Refinement
- Ecological Niche Modelling
- Ecosystem Modelling
- Population Modelling
AND POLICY MAKERS
You need scientific results from data to understand complex biodiversity issues in order to make the right decisions. BioVeL provides you with easy tools to help you process data toward decision making. Our network of scientists and engineers will also support you in using our tools.
Here are examples of case studies using BioVeL products toward decision making.
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News & Updates
BioVeL's Friend MyOSD would like to engage the public to join its OSD Citizen Science campaign (MyOSD) by collecting important environmental data like latitude, longitude, temperature, wind speed and others. This data help the scientist to get a better understanding of the world’s oceans. It is important that many people contribute on the same day.
The next OSD & MyOSD is planned for June 2015.
For more information: http://www.microb3.eu/myosd
As a BioVeL tool user, your opinion is crucial to assess the infrastructure that the BioVeL project has built so far. This is why we ask you to kindly respond to a short survey. The results from this questionnaire will be analyzed to identify strength areas as well as to recommend improvements to better serve your needs. They will be incorporated in our reporting to the European Commission.
To complete this survey should take you only a few minutes, although it is 4 pages long.
And you might be one of the lucky respondents to receive a BioVeL polo-shirt, 100% soft and plush cotton!
PLEASE RESPOND by DECEMBER 15: http://www.biovel.eu/workflows/feedback-form
Lille, France, December 9-12, 2014
BioVeL will actively participate with a symposium and three workshops, as well as a booth (#5) with demonstrations and documentation. Looking forward to seeing you there!
- Genomics in marine monitoring: New opportunities for assessing marine health status
Wednesday, December 10, 1:00-2:30 pm
- Predictive biogeography – forecasting invasive corridors and risk zones for conservation and management of natural resources
Thursday, December 11, 1:30-3:00 pm
- Modelling ecosystems on-line – data-model fusion and predicting/quantifying ecosystem service consequences of various land use and climate change scenarios
- Macroecology meets macroevolution: evolutionary dynamics of niches over phylogenies
Macroecological analysis of European butterflies using GBIF data: Changes in abundance and distribution, by Hannu
SUPERSMART - A Self-Updating Platform for Estimating Rates of Speciation and Migration, Ages and Relationships of Taxa, by Hannes Hettling