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  1. Site Page: Major ALA upgrade – Atlas of Living Australia

    Posted on 27th June 2016 After many months of work, a major upgrade to the taxonomic backbone of the ALA will go live this week. Users will recognise a change to the look and feel of the species pages, and major improvements to the search and quality of results on our species lists...

  2. Site Page: ALA and BCCVL workshops on data quality – Atlas of Living Australia

    Posted on 7th October 2016 The ALA and the Biodiversity and Climate Change Virtual Laboratory (BCCVL) recently ran a series of half-day workshops on data quality at the University of Canberra and Griffith University, Queensland. The workshops were presented by Lee Belbin, designer of the ALA’s Mapping and Analysis Tools (also know as the Spatial Portal)...

  3. Site Page: Lifesearch 2016: Citizen science in Western Port Biosphere, Victoria – Atlas of Living Australia

    Posted on 10th October 2016 The Mornington Peninsula and Western Port Biosphere Reserve is located South East of Melbourne in Victoria. Each year the Biosphere runs a citizen science project called Lifesearch and this year it runs from Saturday 15 October to Sunday 23 October. There are prizes for schools and individuals or groups that record the most sightings of animals and plants in the Biosphere during Lifesearch week...

  4. Site Page: Indigenous fire and season calendar – Atlas of Living Australia

    Posted on 3rd November 2016 Banbai nation people at Wattleridge Indigenous Protected Area in northern New South Wales are working with Michelle McKemey at the University of New England to develop season and fire calendars. The calendars represent annual seasonal changes as well as biocultural factors that indicate the right, and wrong, time to burn. They are developed using results […] WINBA = FIRE, Wattleridge Fire and Seasons Calendar...

  5. Site Page: Governance and Executive – Atlas of Living Australia

    The ALA Advisory Board supports the high-level direction and delivery of the ALA by providing vision, advocacy and advice. It provides advice to the ALA Director consistent with CSIRO’s ongoing delivery of national research infrastructure on behalf of the nation, as well as the principles guiding the National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy...

  6. Site Page: BioCollect for natural resource management – Atlas of Living Australia

    BioCollect is a project management tool for planning and implementing natural resource management (NRM) and environmental intervention projects. This was developed for environmental NGOs, NRM organisations and community groups (e.g. Landcare), and local government to create, manage and record data, communicate project outputs and outcomes to your communities...

  7. Site Page: GBIF Young Researchers Award 2021 – Australian nominations – Atlas of Living Australia

    Posted on 23rd February 2021 Nominations are now open for the GBIF 2021 Young Researchers Award. The GBIF Young Researchers Awards is an annual programme aimed at fostering innovative research and discovery in biodiversity informatics. The 2021 programme will provide a pair of prizes worth  €5,000 (approx. AUD 7,700) each, recognising the work of two graduate students—preferably, one masters and one PhD candidate—nominated by GBIF Participant countries...

  8. Site Page: National Science Week 13-21 August 2021 – Atlas of Living Australia

    Posted on 16th August 2021 There are so many great events happening this week, and many of them are online so everyone can get their science on! Here are a few great events from some our partners. Great Southern BioBlitz The Great Southern BioBlitz is an international period of intense biological surveying that attempts to record all the living species within several designated areas across the Southern Hemisphere in Spring...

  9. Site Page: A new version of galah available now – Atlas of Living Australia

    Posted on 26th August 2021 We’ve released an updated version of galah, our R package for acquiring data from the Atlas of Living Australia (ALA). galah makes it easier to find, download and analyse data on Australian biodiversity using R, an open-source coding software. Since its initial release in July, thousands of download requests have been made using galah. The new version (1.3.1) brings two exciting features to galah for the first time...

  10. Site Page: Bush Blitz Top 10 New Species Competition – Atlas of Living Australia

    Posted on 13th August 2010 Voting is now open until 22 August 2010 to vote for your favourite new species through the Bush Blitz website. School students are encouraged to vote and enter the draw to win great prizes. Now open for voting! Jo Harding, Bush Blitz Manager, Australian Biological Resources Study, DSEWPaC (formerly DEWHA)...