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EU-Brazil open data and cloud computing e-infrastructure for biodiversity
Amaral, R.; Badia, R.; Blanquer, I.; Candela, L.; Castelli, D.; De Giovanni, R.; Gray, W.A.; Jones, A.; Lezzi, D.; Pagano, P.; Perez-Canhos, V.; Quevedo, F.; Rafanell, R.; Rebello, V.; Torres, E. (2012). EU-Brazil open data and cloud computing e-infrastructure for biodiversity. Deliverable D3.1. EU-Brazil: [s.l.]. [no pag.] pp.

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Author keywords
    Biodiversity, Data Infrastructure, Virtual Research Environments, Cloud, Taxonomy, Ecological niche modelling

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  • Amaral, R.
  • Badia, R.
  • Blanquer, I.
  • Candela, L.
  • Castelli, D.
  • De Giovanni, R.
  • Gray, W.A.
  • Jones, A.
  • Lezzi, D.
  • Pagano, P.
  • Perez-Canhos, V.
  • Quevedo, F.
  • Rafanell, R.
  • Rebello, V.
  • Torres, E.

    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 cloudbased e-infrastructure that allows the sharing of hardware, software and data on-demand. This e-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. The concept of Virtual Research Environments is used to provide the users with a single entry point to processing and data resources. This article describes the architecture, demonstration use cases and initial experimental results.

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