Documents & Publications

This page collects documents and other outputs produced within the project - including project deliverables and presentations given at external events - reflecting the dynamic BioDT community on Zenodo.

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Presentation

A digital twin linking recreational potential and biodiversity in the Cairngorms National Park

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Dick, Jan; Andrews, Chris; Rolph, Simon; Watkins, John

The BioDT project took part in the workshop "Assessing and Preserving Soundscapes in National Parks" held on a sunny Sunday, May 28th, 2023, at the Braemar Village Hall in the Cairngorms National Park, Scotland.

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Presentation

Accessing, handling, and referencing open biodiversity data using the Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF)

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Erik Kusch

In the age of changes and threat to the ecosphere at macroecological scales, big data has crystalized as a go-to tool for ecological research.

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Presentation

Crop wild relatives Digital Twin: where data flow meets computation to revolutionize agricultural research

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Chala, Desalegn

While the human population is rapidly increasing and expected to reach 11 billion by the end of this century, global agricultural production is challenged due to climate change.

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Poster

BioDT poster at ISC 2023

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Martinovic, Tomas; Drago, Federico

ISC High Performance 2023 is a highly-anticipated annual event that provides a valuable opportunity for public and industry users to connect with technology developers.

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Presentation

The RI Landscape of BioDT – Plans for Assessing Fragmentation and Improving Communication

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Erik Kusch

The BioDT Task 4.3.1 kick-off meeting was organised as a side-event to the GBIF regional nodes meeting for Europe and Central Asia. This presentation marks the first communication of initial plans for the fulfillment of task 4.3 within the BioDT project.

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Article

Digital twins: dynamic model-data fusion for ecology

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Koen de Koning, Jeroen Broekhuijsen, Ingolf Kühn, Otso Ovaskainen, Franziska Taubert, Dag Endresen, Dmitry Schigel, Volker Grimm
Digital twins (DTs) are an emerging phenomenon in the public and private sectors as a new tool to monitor and understand systems and processes.... Read more
Presentation

Presentation of the Biodiversity Digital Twin (BioDT) for the GBIF Europe and Central Asia regional nodes meeting (ECA) in Warsaw May 2023

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Endresen, Dag; Kusch, Erik

The BioDT Task 4.3.1 kick-off meeting was organised as a side-event to the GBIF regional nodes meeting for Europe and Central Asia.

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Presentation

Presentation of GBIF and BioDT for the UN FAO Plant Treaty (ITPGRFA) Scientific Advisory Committee (SAC) in Rome in May 2023

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Endresen, Dag; Miller, Joseph

GBIF Norway and the GBIF Secretariat were invited as speakers at the Plant Treaty (ITPGRFA) fifth meeting of the Scientific Advisory Committee (

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Project deliverable

BioDT D3.1 - BioDT Architecture and Implementation Plan

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Kallio, Aleksi; Vancraeyenest, Aurélie; Lazovik, Elena; Livenson, Ilja; Martinovič, Jan

This plan describes the business and technical architecture of the digital twin platform that is being developed in the BioDT project, and outlines the process and envisaged timeline of implementing the platform.

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Article

Toward a common standard for data and specimen provenance in life sciences

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Rudolf Wittner, Petr Holub, Cecilia Mascia, Francesca Frexia, Heimo Müller, Markus Plass, Clare Allocca, Fay Betsou, Tony Burdett, Ibon Cancio, Adriane Chapman, Martin Chapman, Mélanie Courtot, Vasa Curcin, Johann Eder, Mark Elliot, Katrina Exter, Carole Goble, Martin Golebiewski, Bron Kisler, Andreas Kremer, Simone Leo, Sheng Lin-Gibson, Anna Marsano, Marco Mattavelli, Josh Moore, Hiroki Nakae, Isabelle Perseil, Ayat Salman, James Sluka, Stian Soiland-Reyes, Caterina Strambio-De-Castillia, Michael Sussman, Jason R. Swedlow, Kurt Zatloukal, Jörg Geiger
Open and practical exchange, dissemination, and reuse of specimens and data have become a fundamental requirement for life sciences research. ... Read more