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Amazon Fish Project / Building the largest freshwater fish biodiversity database for the entire Amazon basin

Thierry Oberdorff, Pablo A. Tedesco, Céline Jézéquel

par Frédéric Magné - publié le , mis à jour le

AMAZON FISH is a transnational collaborative project that officially started on November 2015 for a three years period, supported by ERANetLac, a bi-regional partnership in Science, Technology and Innovation, involving the European Union (EU) and the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC).
AMAZON FISH aims to build a high quality freshwater fish biodiversity database covering the entire Amazon drainage basin. This is done by mobilizing and integrating information available in scientific literature. A data management plan is developed to ensure that conditions for re­use and public release of the resulting database are properly documented, taking into account concerns and needs of the project partners.(...)

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