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Biodiversity Data Center for Marine Life

Development of the OBIS Portal and R&D for the International OBIS Network Funded by In collaboration with Edward Vanden Berghe (Rutgers University) OBIS is an evolving strategic alliance of people and organizations sharing a vision to make marine biogeographic data, …

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OBIS-SEAMAP – Protected Species Database

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OBIS-SEAMAP (seamap.env.duke.edu) is a spatially and temporally interactive online database for marine protected species, collecting data from ship/aerial surveys and satellite telemetry as well as acoustic monitoring and PhotoID around the globe. This 10-year and on-going service is made possible by …

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Ben Donnelly

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Research Associate Ben joined MGEL in 2007 and plays a key role in many ongoing projects including OBIS-SEAMAP, the Marine Ecosystem Services Project and work with the UN Convention on Biological Diversity. With Pat Halpin and Jesse Cleary, he helped …

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