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There is a concerted global effort to digitize biodiversity occurrence data from herbarium and museum collections that together offer an unparalleled archive of life on Earth over the past few centuries. The Global Biodiversity Information Facility provides the largest single gateway to these data. Since 2004 it has provided a single point of access to(More)
In the BiodiversityWorld project we are building a GRID to support scientific biodiversity-related research. The requirements associated with such a GRID are somewhat different from other GRIDs, and this has influenced the architecture that we have developed. In this paper we outline these requirements, most notably the need to inter-operate over a diverse(More)
— In the Biodiversity World (BDW) project we have created a flexible and extensible Web Services-based Grid environment for biodiversity researchers to solve problems in biodiversity and analyse biodiversity patterns. In this environment , heterogeneous and globally distributed biodiversity-related resources such as data sets and analytical tools are made(More)
  • Richard White, Andrew Jones, Nick Pittas, Alex Gray, Xuebiao Xu, Tim Sutton +9 others
  • 2004
In the Biodiversity World project, our goal is to create a flexible and extensible Grid environment in which heterogeneous distributed biodiversity-related data sets and analytical tools are made available to be located and assembled by users unfamiliar with the Grid into workflows to perform complex scientific analyses. We have previously defined and(More)
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