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Specialized multidisciplinary information system as a tool to support monitoring Of marine ecosystem
Slipetskyy, D.Y.; Sergeyeva, O.V.; Gorbunov, V.P. (2008). Specialized multidisciplinary information system as a tool to support monitoring Of marine ecosystem, in: Coskun, H.G. et al. (Ed.) Integration of information for environmental security. NATO Science for Peace and Security Series: C. Environmental Security, : pp. 465-472. hdl.handle.net/10.1007/978-1-4020-6575-0_31
In: Coskun, H.G.; Cigizoglu, H.K. (Ed.) (2008). Integration of information for environmental security. NATO Science for Peace and Security Series: C. Environmental Security. Springer Netherlands: Netherlands. ISBN 978-1-4020-6573-6. X, 484 pp. hdl.handle.net/10.1007/978-1-4020-6575-0, more
In: NATO Science for Peace and Security Series: C. Environmental Security. Springer: Dordrecht. ISSN 1874-6519, more
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Keyword
    Marine
Author keywords
    Information system multidisciplinary biological data exchange

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  • Slipetskyy, D.Y.
  • Sergeyeva, O.V.
  • Gorbunov, V.P.

Abstract
    Monitoring and conservation of biological diversity, analysis of its trends over various temporal scales have become a global concern. However, variety in methods and sampling techniques, small amount of observational data and lack of unified species check lists lead to controversy in estimation of the marine ecosystem evolution tendency. Moreover, in compassion with other fields of oceanography there is a lack of the specialized information or database management systems that give a possibility to upload, quality check, analyze and present trends in biodiversity and related data.Specialized multidisciplinary information system is being developed by the IBSS data bank group where some approaches to solve common problems in marine biological data exchange (in connection with data in other fields of oceanography) are being suggested and being discussed with the representatives of the main players in the marine biological data management, such as OBIS (Ocean Biogeographic Information System).

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