• 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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    Third issue of the Bulletin of Land Surface Dynamics (second half of 2014) is now available online.
    2015-04-20 11:22:34
    Bulletin of the LifeWatch Wallonia-Brussels project is now available for download.

    SMEBD dissolved by decision of the council
    2015-04-17 20:43:41
    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.

    FixO3 workshop yields many new users of the Belgian LifeWatch e-Lab
    2015-04-16 15:34:19
    LifeWatch, EurOBIS and EMODnet Biology were presented at the FixO3 workshop in Bremen.

    Current open positions at the GBIF Secretariat
    2015-04-16 15:31:40
    The GBIF Secretariat currently has three job openings within the informatics team based in Copenhagen.

    LifeWatch supports the Catalogue of Life Global Team meeting @VLIZ
    2015-04-07 11:01:28
    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.

    World Register of Marine Introduced Species (WRIMS) officially launched
    2015-03-16 08:46:20
    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.

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