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Neftalí Sillero, Marco Amaro Oliveira, Pedro Sousa, Fátima Sousa and Luís Gonçalves-Seco

data, selects the national systems with records of the requested taxa, and send back the data, integrating the answers in an interactive map (fig. 1). Figure 1. Flow-chart of the Spatial Data Infrastructure of the NA2RE project, the New Atlas of Amphibians and Reptiles of Europe, a system of

.       -- Regulation of Interception of Communications and Provision of Communication-related Information Act, No. 48, 09 Jan 2009.       -- Electronic Communications Act, No. 36, 18 Apr 2006.   Spatial Data Infrastructure Act, No. 54, 04 Feb 2004. Gazette. E.e., electronic information and metadata, sharing and

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James Boxall

decision-making. The entire system of geospatial data and technology has for some time been defined as spatial data infrastructures ( SDI ). From data collection to metadata, format integration, distributed computer interaction, software, storage, archiving, processing, analysis and communication (mapping

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Lasse Baaner and Line Hvingel

spatial regulations. 26 The idea is alluring – one can click on a map on the screen, and get an overview of all spatial regulations applied to that spot or parcel. Other initiatives in the field of environmental law aim to create national spatial data infrastructures – also called sdi s – or e

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Ben Wielstra, Neftalí Sillero, Judit Vörös and Jan W. Arntzen

can now be integrated in ‘NA2RE’, the web-based spatial data infrastructure underpinning the new atlas (Sillero et al., 2014b; ). Figure 2. Distribution maps for European Triturus newts. Maps are in the format of the New Atlas of Amphibians and Reptiles of Europe, at a

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Neftali Sillero, João Campos, Anna Bonardi, Claudia Corti, Raymond Creemers, Pierre-Andre Crochet, Jelka Crnobrnja Isailović, Mathieu Denoël, Gentile Francesco Ficetola, João Gonçalves, Sergei Kuzmin, Petros Lymberakis, Philip de Pous, Ariel Rodríguez, Roberto Sindaco, Jeroen Speybroeck, Bert Toxopeus, David R. Vieites and Miguel Vences

individuals might hold on parts of the underlying data. The goal is to establish a Spatial Data Infrastructure, a system of geographically distributed systems, where the original data remain on the servers controlled by national or regional herpetological societies, and through an online network it is

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International Hydrographic Organization capacity-building programme includes workshops and training courses on establishing maritime spatial data infrastructure, tidal observations and tsunami inundation mapping; 186 the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission Small Island Developing States Action Plan