Ecological Data Preservation in the context of IndexMed -PREDON 2015

Abstract : Ecology is still a poor sector of public investment. However, issues related to global change are largely measured through biological monitoring, and most human resources depend on these systems of human influence. Ecological research faces challenges to explain local, regional and global interactions in different human and natural contexts. To achieve these objectives, the " IndexMed " project plans to develop models and tools to allow data from different disciplines to be combined and to propose methods of scenarios creations by successive approaches, based on concepts currently described in the field of global ecology. The objective is to build graphs with heterogeneous data and their relationships concerning Mediterranean ecology and to analyze them in this new system. Data and data management in global ecology: Synthetic scheme from the origin to the access and use of ecological data. All data are managed by the authors. There is no centralized database. Data are indexed, catalogued and made available thanks to special communication tools (plugins, fluxes). Abbreviations.-A= data aggregation, T= data transfer, I= data indexation, M= management. SINP: Information system on nature and landscapes, INPN: National inventory of the natural heritage, BBEES:
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Romain David, Jean-Pierre Feral, Cyrille Blanpain. Ecological Data Preservation in the context of IndexMed -PREDON 2015. 2015. ⟨hal-01620554⟩

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