European Biodiversity Observation Network
European Biodiversity Observation Network (EBONE)
The European Biodiversity Observation Network (EBONE) is a European contribution on terrestrial monitoring to GEO BON, the Group on Earth Observations Biodiversity Observation Network. EBONE is an EU FP7 project.
What is EBONE?
The EBONE project ran from April 2008 until March 2012 and focused on the development of a cost effective system of biodiversity data collection at regional, national and European levels.
The project developed a system for a coherent system for data collection that can be used for international comparable assessments.
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