Driven by scientific opportunity and societal challenges, biodiversity and ecosystems research are rapidly developing into big-data sciences, modeling processes that affect entire biotas and predicting system-wide effects of environmental change. Biodiversity Atlas Sweden (BAS) is a research infrastructure that provides data and analysis services that offer rich opportunities for innovative, interdisciplinary research on biodiversity and ecosystems. BAS will also meet societal demands for environmental monitoring and biodiversity assessment tools. BAS comprises GBIF-Sweden which is a partner in the global network for biodiversity data provisioning.
The Swedish Research Council
Swedish Museum of Natural History
Anders Telenius (GBIF Node Manager)
Veronika Johansson (GBIF Node Assistant)
Manash Shah (Node Technician)