2000 Publications and reports

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Costello, M. J. 2000. Developing species information systems: the European Register of Marine Species (ERMS). Oceanography. 13 (3): pp. 48-55.

Edwards J.L., Lane M.A., Nielsen E.S. 2000. Interoperability of biodiversity databases: biodiversity information on every desktop. Science. 289: pp. 2312-2314.

Fautin, D. G. 2000. Electronic atlas of sea anemones: an OBIS pilot project. Oceanography. 13 (3): pp. 66-69.

Fornwall, M. 2000. Planning for OBIS: examining relationships with existing national and international biodiversity information systems. Oceanography. 13 (3): pp. 31-38.

Glossary of Term. 2000. Oceanography. 13 (3): pp. 8-9.

Gordon, D. P. 2000. The Pacific Ocean and global OBIS: a New Zealand perspective. Oceanography. 13 (3): pp. 41-47.

Grassle, J. F. 2000.The Ocean Biogeographic Information System (OBIS): an on-line, worldwide atlas for accessing, modeling and mapping marine biological data in a multidimensional geographic context. Oceanography. 13 (3): pp. 5-7.

Malakoff D. 2000. Grants kick off ambitious count of all ocean life. Science. 288: pp. 1575-1576.

Mickevich, M. F., Collette, B. B. 2000. MARBID: NOAA/NMFS's (US) marine biodiversity database. Oceanography. 13 (3): pp. 75-78.

Myers, R. A. 2000. The synthesis of dynamic and historical data on marine populations and communities; putting dynamics into the Ocean Biogeographical Information System (OBIS). Oceanography. 13 (3): pp. 56-59.

Paterson, G., Boxshall, G., Thomson, N., Hussey, C. 2000. Where are all the data. Oceanography. 13 (3): pp. 21-24.

Pauly D., Christensen V., Froese R., Longhurst A., Platt T., Sathyendranath S., Sherman K., Watson R. 2000. Mapping fisheries onto marine ecosystems: a proposal for a consensus approach for regional, oceanic and global integrations. ICES CM. T:14.

Rees, T. Finney, K. 2000. Biological data and metadata initiatives at CSIRO Marine Research, Australia with implications for the design of OBIS. Oceanography. 13 (3): pp. 60-65.

Smart, J. H. 2000. World-wide ocean optics database (WOOD). Oceanography. 13 (3): pp. 70-74.

Starkey, D. J., Holm, P., Smith, T., Francis, R., Rozwadowski, H. 2000. H-OBIS: A historical dimension to the ocean biogeographic information system. Oceanography. 13 (3): pp. 39-40.

Tsontos, V. M., Kiefer, D. A. 2000. Development of a dynamic biographic information system for the Gulf of Maine. Oceanography. 13 (3): pp. 25-30.

Vieglais, D., Wiley, E. O., Robins, C. R., Peterson, A. T. 2000. Harnessing museum resources for the Census of Marine Life: the FISHNET project. Oceanography. 13 (3): pp. 10-13.

Wood, J.W., Day, C.L., Lee, P., O'Dor, R.K. 2000. CephBase: testing ideas for cephalopod and other species-level databases. Oceanography. 13 (3): pp. 14-20.

OBIS is a project of:
IOC-UNESCO
IODE Sponsored by:
Martin International and Les Grands Explorateurs
With in-kind support from:
Marine Geospatial Ecology Lab, Duke University
Universidad Simón Bolívar Flanders Marine Institute

OBIS strives to document the ocean's diversity, distribution and abundance of life. Created by the Census of Marine Life, OBIS is now part of the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC) of UNESCO, under its International Oceanographic Data and Information Exchange (IODE) programme.