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Aggregating, curating and openly sharing biodiversity information on India
Aggregating, curating and openly sharing biodiversity information on India

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Traits are here!
Almost two years back, we released a feature called 'custom fields' that allowed researchers to collect custom information from user about their observations. This feature was widely used in the Neighborhood Trees Campaign  and the Spotting Alien Invasive S...

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IBP - JoTT Collaboration: A natural partnership
The Zoo Outreach Organization (ZOO) is a member of the India Biodiversity Portal consortium . ZOO was founded in 1985 with funds and mandate from the then Department of Environment, Government of India, to provide technical and educational support for zoos,...

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Neighborhood Trees Campaign 2016
What are the Tree species available in India? What is the distribution of a tree across India? Which months of the year does a tree fruit or flower? Such information on the tree species of India are not easily available or accessible. The TreesIndia group o...

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India Biodiversity Portal Community Meet 2016
The India Biodiversity Portal Community Meet 2016 was held on 20th February at NGMA, Bangalore and over one hundred participants attended the meeting. The program was inaugurated by Dr. Vijay Chandru , Director of Strand Life Sciences, a member of the core ...

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Portal Update 2.02
It has been a while since our last update. Over the past few months we have been working on revamping the portal's ability to handle species names and regularly deploying them on the portal. Here is a summary of the various features that are now available. ...

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An Overview of the Growth of IBP Over the Years
The India Biodiversity Portal launched in 2008 with the intention of aggregating and making accessible information on the biodiversity of India. We have come a long way since then and have learnt many a lesson along the way. Here is an small analysis into h...

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Every tree has a name, every tree has a place and every tree has a story to tell. From Earth day (22nd April) to 28th April join thousands of people across across India to map, photograph and share stories of trees in our neighborhoods! Last year you helped document over 2200 trees, pitch in and help us double that number. Register now at http://treesindia.in or download our android app to participate (http://bit.ly/1FN6g00).

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The Neighborhood Trees Campaign 2015 Page is up!

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The India Biodiversity Portal contributes to discovery of unreported spider from India . Read the blog article:

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Strong showing on the second day of the Neighborhood Trees Campaign With more than 150 trees being uploaded!! Check them out and join to help photograph, map and share a story on trees of India. http://treesindia.indiabiodiversity.org/
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