• The LifeWatch Wallonia-Brussels team provides thematic pan-European remote sensing data through an interactive geoportal: vegetation cycle, snow probability, solar energy and fire frequency.
  • The flight paths of GPS tagged large birds such as the European Herring Gull, the Lesser Black-backed Gull and the Western Marsh Harrier are tracked in real time.
  • The flight paths of GPS tagged large birds such as the European Herring Gull, the Lesser Black-backed Gull and the Western Marsh Harrier are tracked in real time.
  • The position and sampling activities of the RV Simon Stevin in real-time.

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    New LifeWatch data paper published!
    2016-02-02 12:26:37
    GPS tracking data of Lesser Black-backed Gulls and Herring Gulls breeding at the southern North Sea coast

    Support WoRMS editors through the VLIZ philanthropy programme
    2016-01-29 12:42:36
    Users and the public at large can now make financial contributions to support the work of the many WoRMS editors. This can be done through the recently established VLIZ philanthropy programme, where ‘Support the WoRMS Editors’ has been recognized as a philanthropy project.

    Everything you ever wanted to know about the Aphia data system
    2015-12-15 17:10:24
    Ever wondered about the structure and functionalities of Aphia, the database behind e.g. WoRMS? No need to be puzzled anymore, as a paper has recently been published on this subject.

    Ultimate synchronisation of Hexacorallians of the World and WoRMS
    2015-12-07 09:47:36
    For years, Daphne Fautin has kept her Hexacorallians of the World Database online. Early April, she has retired from her zoology job at the Kansas University and will be taking on new challenges.

    Report of a very successful LifeWatch Data Analysis Workshop (November 26th-27th 2015, Ostend)
    2015-12-02 13:58:18
    Biodiversity data preparation and analysis using the LifeWatch virtual labs and web services.

    A South African artist has ‘caught’ all fish names from WoRMS in an impressive artwork, with an environmental message
    2015-11-05 13:33:41
    In January 2015, the WoRMS data management received an unusual request from a South African artist, Craig McClenaghan, who was searching for a full list of the world’s marine fish species.

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