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  1. Site Page: Wind, wind-farms, birds and bats : ALA Support

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  3. Site Page: Creative Commons – Atlas of Living Australia

    Posted on 18th April 2010 Miles Nicholls, Atlas of Living Australia and Stephanie von Gavel, Legal Counsel, CSIRO What is it and why is the ALA encouraging its use? The Atlas of Living Australia has recently developed a Data Provider Agreement. The agreement sets out the terms and conditions upon which a data provider, data owner or even the custodian of data, makes available their data to both the ALA and the end users of the data accessed through the ALA...

  4. Site Page: Donald Hobern, ALA Director appointed (Dec 2007) – Atlas of Living Australia

    Posted on 22nd October 2010 Back to Articles

  5. Site Page: What can the ALA do for your website? – Atlas of Living Australia

    Posted on 25th June 2010 By Miles Nicholls and Lynne Sealie, Atlas of Living Australia The Atlas of Living Australia (ALA) is a joint project between a number of Australian museums, universities, plant and animal collections, the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) and the Australian Government...

  6. Site Page: ANBG 40th Birthday Celebrations – Atlas of Living Australia

    Posted on 25th October 2010 Images from the Australian National Botanic Gardens (ANBG) 40th Birthday Gardens Party Close up of two stick insects Families looking at the stick insects and the display Visitors walking the Acacia tree of trees Visitors walking the Acacia tree of trees Kids looking at the stick insect Annette showing visitors the stick insect Annette showing kids the stick insect Annette holding the stick insect Looking at the postcard & holding the stick insect Father and Son...

  7. Site Page: Why does the Atlas want to know about your website? – Atlas of Living Australia

    Posted on 24th June 2010 Miles Nicholls and Lynne Sealie, Atlas of Living Australia The Atlas of Living Australia (ALA) is a joint project between a number of Australian museums, universities, plant and animal collections, the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) and the Australian Government...

  8. Site Page: Sharing your information with the Atlas – Atlas of Living Australia

    Posted on 19th August 2010 How to share your biodiversity information with the Atlas By Miles Nicholls, Atlas of Living Australia Dedicated individuals and communities devote countless hours building up web resources with their contributions, support and moderation...

  9. Site Page: Data Request – Atlas of Living Australia

    Posted on 26th October 2009 Specimen and observation data The ALA aims to help researchers to understand the distribution of Australian plants and animals. To make this possible, the Atlas is building a system to catalogue electronic data records derived from specimens held in natural history collections and from field observations and ecological data sets...

  10. Site Page: Sharing data through the Atlas – Atlas of Living Australia

    Posted on 26th October 2009 This is a DRAFT – please send us your comments and suggestions. Background Different researchers and institutions capture and store data in the forms and combinations which best meet their needs. However, in order to make these data more widely accessible and to ensure that they can be reused for different purposes, data providers need […] This is a DRAFT – please send us your comments and suggestions...