Presentation on theme: "ASEAN-EU STI days 21-23 January 2014, Bangkok ASEAN-EU STI Days Bangkok, Thailand - 21-23 January, 2014 Dr. Christoph L. Häuser & Anke Hoffmann, Johannes."— Presentation transcript:
ASEAN-EU STI days January 2014, Bangkok ASEAN-EU STI Days Bangkok, Thailand January, 2014 Dr. Christoph L. Häuser & Anke Hoffmann, Johannes Penner, Katrin Vohland, Florian Wetzel Museum für Naturkunde - Leibniz Institute for Research on Evolution and Biodiversity Berlin, Germany The EU BON (European Biodiversity Observation Network) approach for information integration
ASEAN-EU STI days January 2014, Bangkok The big issues: Biodiversity, Climate change, Water & Food scarcity, Poverty. Our Knowledge Society is based on science and technology, i.e., the availability of sound & reliable scientific data, analysis and tools Global challenges
ASEAN-EU STI days January 2014, Bangkok Biodiversity – challenges: ongoing biodiversity loss – continued / increased extinction rates / habitat losses missing baseline data – lack of basic knowlege fragmentation of available information – problems accessing/using existing knowledge targeted information delivery – limited impact of scientific data (& publications) on policy and individual behaviour
ASEAN-EU STI days January 2014, Bangkok The real threat: biodiversity loss
ASEAN-EU STI days January 2014, Bangkok The unknown biodiversity dimension: Living organisms (estimates): mio species [1.9 mio known] e.g., 20 mio species (= 9% known today) viruses + bacteria:1.4 mio (0.4% known) fungi:1.5 mio (3% known) plants: 320,000 (78% known) protozoa: 400,000 (7% known) invertebrates (arthropods): 16 mio (6% known) vertebrates: 60,000 (83 % known)
ASEAN-EU STI days January 2014, Bangkok The biodiversity knowledge base – some shortcomings Scientific biodiversity inventory ongoing since > 250 years (1753 / 1758) : no global checklist yet available! most countries without accurate / up-to-date national faunas / floras (inventories, checklists)! no complete species inventory for any Protected Area in the World!! majority of described organisms (species) are known from <10 specimens / records / publications!!! Biodiversity crisis = information crisis !?!
ASEAN-EU STI days January 2014, Bangkok The Challenge: Integration of Biodiversity Information Freshwater TerrestrialMarine Two large realms: field + remote sensing data
NASA GC directory: For „biosphere“ & „biol. classifications“ > online data sources / systems listed in this registry !!
ASEAN-EU STI days January 2014, Bangkok EC FP7 - Cooperation Theme 6 “Environment (incl. climate change)”. Call ENV : Assessing global biological resources: the European contribution to the Global Earth Observation Biodiversity Observation Network (GEO BON) Project start: 1st December, 2012 Duration: 54 months (until May 2017) Projektkoordination: MfN Consortium: 30 partners (18 countries ) Budget: 11,6 mio Euro, <9 mio Euro EC contribution EU BON - key information
ASEAN-EU STI days January 2014, Bangkok EU BON Partners Map: Johannes Penner
ASEAN-EU STI days January 2014, Bangkok EU BON characteristics Key feature of EU BON: Delivery of integrated, near-real-time relevant data – both from on- ground observation and remote sensing – to the various stakeholders and end users ranging from local to global levels. The main objective of EU BON: Build a substantial part of the Group on Earth Observation’s Biodiversity Observation Network (GEO BON), also in light of the new Intergovernmental science-policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES).
ASEAN-EU STI days January 2014, Bangkok EU BON proposes two related networking levels: (1) a science-based social network, comprising and connecting the communities of practice engaged in collecting, managing, analyzing, and utilizing biodiversity observations and data, and (2) a technological network of interoperating IT infrastructures and systems that store and distribute information of all kinds held by multiple organisations and partners, and to provide a user-friendly platform for data analysis and interpretation. For resource efficiency, the establishment of the EU (GEO) biodiversity information network (BON) will build on existing infrastructures and efforts to integrate recording and monitoring schemes and their data, across Europe, and internationally.
ASEAN-EU STI days January 2014, Bangkok GEOSS
ASEAN-EU STI days January 2014, Bangkok EU BON will be implementing the GEO BON vision: automated, streamlined data flow, from observations to EBVs, using a plug-and-play service-oriented approach, coordinated through the GEO BON registry system linked to the GEOSS Common Infrastructure, and transparent to users through portals EU BON –Data Integration (WP2)
ASEAN-EU STI days January 2014, Bangkok User authentication and authorization Upload data: datasets & related metadata, different formats (DwC, EML, ABCD). Edit data and metadata (only allowed users). Search biodiversity occurrence (returning data from any connected data provider) Visualize data and metadata: Grids, forms and maps. Charts, statistics and reports. Export and download: Obtain statistics and EBV’s estimation from related data. EU BON – Plans for Biodiversity data portal (WP2)
ASEAN-EU STI days January 2014, Bangkok MDGs/SDGs Ecosystem Accounting Green Economy WFD MSFD Floods Directive Wildlife Trade Regulation s Birds Directiv e Habitats Directive IAS Directive GMO Directiv e CAP CFP EIA Directive Kyiv (SEA) Protocol ELD Nitrates Directive EU Biodiversity Strategy RD priorities EU level OSPA R Helsinki Barcelon a Bucharest Bern Alpine Carpathia n Florence Pan-European strategy Regional seas ICR W Antarctic ITTA Espoo Water Conv. CMS Ramsar CBD CITES WHC ITPGRF UNCCD UNFCC C IPPC MEAs IPBES IPCC GEO FRA Genetic resources WOA Assessments
ASEAN-EU STI days January 2014, Bangkok
EU BON Workflow und Organization
ASEAN-EU STI days January 2014, Bangkok gap analysis for available data layers at different scales, mainly in/for Europe (WP1) strategies for targeted data mobilization (WP1) new and improved data standards for advancing interoperability (WP2) new, scalable/customized European Biodiversity Portal (WP2 / WP8) software tools for improved recording / mapping of habitats, species distributions and patterns (WP3) Improved models for impacts of different drivers on abundance & distribution, applicable at different scales (WP4) guidelines for improved, integrated monitoring schemes at different scales / levels (WP4) EU BON outputs and products (1)
ASEAN-EU STI days January 2014, Bangkok results & lessons from operating EU BON test sites: template and recommendations for global network of GEO BON sites (WP5) review of policy & (other) stakeholder requirements for use of integrated biodiversity data (WP6) develop & provide improved visualization and public interface software (WP6) recommendations for future integrated national / regional biodiversity information infrastructures (BIFS / BONS), including business plan (all, WP7) blueprint for a global biodiversity monitoring scheme / infrastructure (all, WP7) contribute to IPBES (information) needs at European and national levels (WP6 / WP7) EU BON outputs and products (2)
ASEAN-EU STI days January 2014, Bangkok Linking biodiversity information stakeholders: EU BON Associates - and growing …
ASEAN-EU STI days January 2014, Bangkok Thank you very much for your attention!!
ASEAN-EU STI days January 2014, Bangkok EU BON Work Packages WP1: Data sources: requirements, gap analysis & data mobilization [University Tartu] ; WP2: Data integration & interoperability [Univ Eastern Finland - Digitarium] ; WP3: Improving tools and methods for data analysis & interface [Univ Leeds] ; WP4: Link environment to biodiversity: analyses of patterns, processes & trends [UFZ] ; WP5: EU BON testing and validation of concepts, tools, and services [CSIC] ; WP6: Stakeholder engagement & science-policy dialogue [Univ Cambridge] ; WP7: Implementation of GEO BON: strategies & solutions at European (& global) levels [CNRS: IMEB] ; WP8: Dissemination and outreach [Pensoft] ; WP9: Consortium management & organization [MfN].