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About BIS-Fogo

BIS-Fogo is funded by the German Academic Exchange Service.

The initial project phase runs from 2014 to 2017.

BIS-Fogo is jointly organized by

Components of BIS-Fogo

BIS-Fogo encompasses two major domains:

  1. Integrative biodiversity data and analysis system | biodiversity data is collected in the field and by remote sensing and the data sets are included in an integrative and collaborative data base and analysis system as a one stop information recourse for the general public and decision makers.
  2. Learning resource system | the information system component is complemented by educational resources providing self-learning modules from elementary to university level for selected topics on biodiversity, digital geomedia and citizenship.

The goal of the project is to involve citizens in scientific biodiversity research:

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  • For a more detailed overview, see [Kanwischer2014].
  • For more information on the learning domain, start here or navigate through the sidebar on your left.
  • For more information on the data and analysis domain, start here or navigate through the sidebar on your left.

If you have questions or suggestions, please contact us:

Corrine Almeida (project-coordination, biodiversity)

David Burger (project-coordination, overall)

maria.estrela@docente.unicv.edu.cv

kanwischer@geo.uni-frankfurt.de

nauss@staff.uni-marburg.de

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