Thwaites, Tim
October 1998
Ecos;Oct-Dec98, Issue 97, p30
Reports on the Global Biodiversity Information Facility project of the CSIRO Entomology in Australia which aims to apply the concepts of biological informatics in biological diversity conservation. Community involvement in the project; Organizations and scientists involved in the project; Goals of the project; International support for the project.


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