5 décembre 2016
Amazon Fish Project / Building the largest freshwater fish biodiversity database for the entire Amazon basin
Thierry Oberdorff, Pablo A. Tedesco, Céline Jézéquel
AMAZON FISH is a transnational collaborative project that officially started on November 2015 for a three years period, supported by ERANetLac, a bi-regional partnership in Science, Technology and Innovation, involving the European Union (EU) and the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC).
AMAZON FISH aims to build a high quality freshwater fish biodiversity database covering the entire Amazon drainage basin. This is done by mobilizing and integrating information available in scientific literature. A data management plan is developed to ensure that conditions for reuse and public release of the resulting database are properly documented, taking into account concerns and needs of the project partners.(...)