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Edited by Vince Smith, Dmitry Schigel, Ivan Chadin, Alexey Seregin, Nina Filippova, Pedro Cardoso, Vladimir Blagoderov, Alexander Sennikov

Editors of the 2021 submissions: Dmitry Schigel, Ivan Chadin, Alexey Seregin, Nina Filippova, Pedro Cardoso, Vladimir Blagoderov, Alexander Sennikov.

A special collection of data papers on Russia in the Biodiversity Data Journal (BDJ) by GBIF - the Global Biodiversity Information Facility - in collaboration with the Finnish Biodiversity Information Facility (FinBIF) and Pensoft Publishers.

In correspondence with the funding priorities of this programme, at least 80% of the records in a dataset should have coordinates that fall within Russia. However, authors of the paper may be affiliated with institutions anywhere in the world. Each of the data papers is a descriptor of more than 5,000 occurrence records from the target region that are new to GBIF.org. Datasets may contain additional records from other regions, and can be published as occurrence or sampling-event datasets, as well as checklists.

The collection is closed for submissions.

See full description of the 2021 call and additional resources.

Editors of the West of Urals 2020 call: Vince Smith, Dmitry Schigel, Ivan Chadin, Alexey Seregin
West of Urals 2020 call (archived): www.gbif.org/news/1VHfuSBGwSzDBxqRHucAHY

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