New geospatial resource from Center for Biodiversity and Conservation, American Museum of Natural History
This update comes to me via a contact point at the Biodiversity Informatics Facility
Center for Biodiversity and Conservation, American Museum of Natural History - The Biodiversity Informatics Facility at the American Museum of Natural History’s Center for Biodiversity and Conservation is pleased to announce the release of a new web site
The previous site (geospatial.amnh.org) has been completely redesigned and includes all of the original content plus several new resources. The new “Geospatial Resources for Freshwater Conservation” section provides links to a range of information, software, and data that are
available on the Internet, as well as guides and case studies contributed by colleagues. This section will rely heavily on contributions from the freshwater community, such as, links to content that is on the Internet and content the can be posted on our site for anyone to see.
The Biodiversity Informatics Facility is increasing its involvement with open source projects by continuing to developing new tools and through community involvement in outside projects. Links and description of these resources can be found in the “Open Source Resources” section of
our new site. A new section on species distribution modeling will be released within the next few weeks.