The Uruguayan Consortium of Biodiversity Data is a collaborative association of experts with the aim of improving Uruguay’s biodiversity knowledge.

News

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Our second data article has been published in the Biodiversity Data Journal. It derives from the collaborative work of the team …

In the first days of this year we were digitizing specimens from the herbarium of the National Museum of Natural History of Uruguay. …

In Biodiversidata we have focused on improving the quantity and availability of biodiversity data in Uruguay. Initially, we started by …

In Spanish Datos Comunicación Publicaciones Interacción con otras organizaciones 1) Datos Registros colectados El número …

Team

Biodiversidata is integrated by experts working in many national and international institutions, studying diverse biodiversity groups within different areas of knowledge.

Florencia Grattarola

Coordinator

Daniel Pincheira-Donoso

Co-coordinator

Ana Laura Rodales

Colaborator

Andrés González

Colaborator

Daniel Hernández

Colaborator

Daniel E. Naya

Colaborator

Enrique M. González

Colaborator

Gabriel Laufer

Colaborator

German Botto

Colaborator

Inés da Rosa

Colaborator

Javier González

Colaborator

Lucía Ziegler

Colaborator

Noelia Gobel

Colaborator

Patricia Mai

Colaborator

Raúl Maneyro

Colaborator

Resources

Biodiversidata generates a broad range of resources including publications, talks, posters and presentations, derived from the team members work.

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Primary data from native tetrapod species in Uruguay

Primary data from vascular plant species in Uruguay

Primary data from invertebrate species in Uruguay (soon).

R scripts in GitHub

Contact

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.