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Using Tracking Data for Marine Conservation (BirdLife)

The 6th International Bio-logging Symposium aims to attract a wide range of researchers who use animal-attached electronic devices to study aquatic, terrestrial and aerial species, and their habitats. The term 'bio-logging' is interpreted broadly, encompassing not only logger-based technologies but also cutting-edge telemetry applications, as well as innovative systems using passive tags. Similarly, the scientific scope of BLS6 is broad, encompassing themes that are defined by the following four biological topics:

The new EO4wildlife Newsletter is now on line! (July-2017)

The third EO4wildlife Newsletter is now available in the project website (Newsletter section). As usual this newsletter includes updated information of the project and interesting articles. Find below the main topics that you will find in this issue:
• Take the oceans to the Clouds
• Marine Species Migratory Behaviour Trends, Environmental Climate Change and Open Big data Services Enablers
• EO4wildlife 2nd Advisory Board workshop in Brest, 22nd of June 2017
• Interview with Dr. Richard Phillips
• Upcoming events & Past events

EO4wildlife consortium meeting at AFB headquarters in Brest

The sixth Consortium meeting took place in Brest at eh AFB headquarters

The sixth Consortium Meeting took place in Brest (FR) at the AFB (France Biodiversity Agency) headquarters. On the 20th and 21st of June 2017, project partners had the chance to review the status of the EO Platform and continue with the deployment plan for the second year of the project. In addition, the Second Advisory Board meeting took place on the 22nd of June in the same place, where the second release of the platform was presented to the AB members.

SEABIRDS IN SPACE! Link your tracking data with environmental variable in a single click

SEABIRDS IN SPACE!  (www.seabirdtracking.org)

The Seabird Scenario (Ana Carneiro & Maria Dias, BirdLife International)
EO4wildlife platform aims to design and develop an open service platform and interoperable toolbox to process geospatial environmental simulations using Sentinel Earth Observation data that are intelligently combined with other observation sources. The platform will offer high level services that can be accessed by scientists to perform their respective research. Services will be based on dedicated scenarios that were built based on the interest of different scientific communities.