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Supporting biodiversity studies with the EUBrazilOpenBio Hybrid Data Infrastructure
Amaral, R.; Badia, R.M.; Blanquer, I.; Braga-Neto, R.; Candela, L.; Castelli, D.; Flann, C.; De Giovanni, R.; Gray, W.A.; Jones, A.; Lezzi, D.; Pagano, P.; Perez-Canhos, V.; Quevedo, F.; Rafanell, R.; Rebello, V.; Sousa-Baena, M.S.; Torres, E. (2015). Supporting biodiversity studies with the EUBrazilOpenBio Hybrid Data Infrastructure. Concurr. Comput. Practice Experience 27(2): 376-394. https://hdl.handle.net/10.1002/cpe.3238
In: Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience. Wiley: Chichester, UK. ISSN 1532-0634, more
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Author keywords
    biodiversity;data infrastructure;virtual research environments;cloud;taxonomy;ecological niche modelling

Authors  Top 
  • Amaral, R.
  • Badia, R.M.
  • Blanquer, I.
  • Braga-Neto, R.
  • Candela, L.
  • Castelli, D.
  • Flann, C.
  • De Giovanni, R.
  • Gray, W.A.
  • Jones, A.
  • Lezzi, D.
  • Pagano, P.
  • Perez-Canhos, V.
  • Quevedo, F.
  • Rafanell, R.
  • Rebello, V.
  • Sousa-Baena, M.S.
  • Torres, E.

Abstract
    EUBrazilOpenBio is a collaborative initiative addressing strategic barriers in biodiversity research by integrating open access data and user-friendly tools widely available in Brazil and Europe. The project deploys the EU-Brazil Hybrid Data Infrastructure that allows the sharing of hardware, software and data on-demand. This infrastructure provides access to several integrated services and resources to seamlessly aggregate taxonomic, biodiversity and climate data, used by processing services implementing checklist cross-mapping and ecological niche modelling. A Virtual Research Environment was created to provide users with a single entry point to processing and data resources. This article describes the architecture, demonstration use cases and some experimental results and validation.

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