The Uruguayan Consortium of Biodiversity Data is a collaborative association of experts with the aim of improving Uruguay’s biodiversity knowledge.
Biodiversidata is a collaborative association of experts with the aim of improving Uruguay’s biodiversity knowledge.
The biodiversity patterns in the country remain poorly understood given the severe geographic information gaps. This represents a major challenge in our understanding of the structure of biodiversity and ability to conserve nature.
Collect the maximum possible amount of data from vertebrate, invertebrate and plant species, use it to collaborative generate global impact scientific research and make the data available free and open.
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Biodiversidata is integrated by experts working in many national and international institutions, studying diverse biodiversity groups within different areas of knowledge.
Biodiversidata generates a broad range of resources including publications, talks, posters and presentations, derived from the team members work.
Biodiversidata is a Uruguayan scientific association created in 2018 by Florencia Grattarola as part of her PhD project, funded by ANII and the University of Lincoln.