If you know of the Biological Databases of South Australia (BDBSA) but want to learn more about the difference it makes, both in and outside of DEW, head along to a presentation run by the Information Management Unit.
The BDBSA manages millions of map-referenced observations of plant and animal species, as well as related technical information, which has been collected over many years across various research projects and field expeditions.
The presentation, being held on Thursday 19 September, will cover:
- recent improvements of the systems and data
- results from a user survey that was conducted in May,
- news about apps that will help add data in more easily
- a Q&A session.
||Biological Data Day: Biological Database of South Australia’s latest developments
||Thursday 19 September
||10 am – 12.30 pm
||Waymouth Street, Level 10 meeting rooms (10.5, 10.6 and 10.7)
||Contact the Information Management Unit to book a spot.
||If you are unable to attend in person, contact the team to enquire about video conferencing.