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Earth Observation approach
Geographic zone studied in detail
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Robert GuralnickFlorida Museum of Natural History
Country or Region: USA
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: Remote Sensing, In Situ
Geographic zone studied: Global
Néstor FernándezGerman Centre for Integrative Biodiversity Research (iDiv)
Task Force on EBV Data
Christian LangerGerman Centre for Integrative Biodiversity Research (iDiv)
IT Officer for GEO BON. Responsible for the technical infrastructure and the web and graphic design. Repo on github.com/ChristianLanger
Ward AppeltansIntergovernmental Oceanographic Commission UNESCO
UNESCO-IOC Marine Biodiversity Focal Point, Coordinator of OBIS and secretariat for GOOS BioEco.
Aaike De WeverMuseum of Natural Sciences
I have a background in aquatic microbial ecology and am currently focussing on activities around freshwater biodiversity data management (Freshwater Information Platform and co-chair of FW BON).
W. Daniel KisslingUniversity of Amsterdam
I am an Associate Professor of Quantitative Biodiversity Science at the Institute for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Dynamics (IBED), University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Bernhard SeegerUniversity of Marburg
I am a computer scientist responsible for the development of VAT. I am a member of GFBio.
Donald HobernGlobal Biodiversity Information Facility Secretariat
Donald Hobern has worked for the Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF) since 2002, aside from four years spent as the inaugural Director of the Atlas of Living Australia (ALA).
Wenbo ChuGroup on Earth Observations (GEO)
My main role in GEO Secretariat is to coordinate the data sharing and data management activities, as well as the regional initiative Asia-Oceania GEOSS.