A quick guide to publishing data using the IPT

As part of our capacity building kit, Anton has prepared a very nice step-by-step guide on how to use the ANTABIF Integrated Publishing Toolkit, based on the Canadensys data publication guide. Besides giving general information on the importance of publishing data in biodiversity information networks, the guide takes the user through the 8 major steps … Continue reading A quick guide to publishing data using the IPT

New tool for publishing biodiversity data

A new GBIF tool to convert descriptions of biodiversity data into scientific journal articles is now available. The aim is to give due recognition to efforts by scientists and institutions making data accessible to the wider scientific community. The manuscript can then be submitted to a scientific journal for peer review and possible publication. As well … Continue reading New tool for publishing biodiversity data

New paper on CEAMARC surveys

The pelagic fish community of the Dumont d'Urville Sea (East Antarctica) was investigated during the 2008 austral summer using IYGPT (International Young Gadoid Pelagic Trawl) samples taken in different depth layers from the surface to 1000 metres. The aim of this paper is to describe the mesopelagic fish community and its size distribution. The family … Continue reading New paper on CEAMARC surveys

8 new datasets

Getting ready for the Villefranche Biogeography workshop, 8 new datasets are ready to be tortured: Antarctic Marine Bacteria from Denmark University (51 records) Antarctic Marine Amoebae (7 records) Antarctic Jellyfish (3968 records) Biogeographic distribution of Antarctic and sub-Antarctic Cu... (1498 records) Antarctic and sub-Antarctic Lophogastrida occurrences (43 records) Biogeographic distribution of Antarctic and sub-Antarctic My... … Continue reading 8 new datasets

New Dataset: Biogeographic distribution of the Antarctic and Sub-Antarctic brachiopods (living forms)

The only Antarctic review about brachiopods has been done by Forster in 1974. Since about 100 publications dealing with living Antarctic brachiopods have been issued and nearly 50 on fossil Antarctic brachiopods, until 2009. The classification of the Brachiopoda has been basically changed in 1996 and developed in the 6 volumes of the “Treatise” (1997-2007). … Continue reading New Dataset: Biogeographic distribution of the Antarctic and Sub-Antarctic brachiopods (living forms)