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  • A compliant implementation of WMS plus most of the SLD extension (dynamic styling). Can also generate PDF, SVG, KML, GeoRSS

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    MODIRISK aimed at studying biodiversity of mosquitoes and monitoring/predicting its changes, and hence actively prepares to address issues on the impact of biodiversity change with particular reference to invasive species and the risk to introduce new pathogens. This is essential in the perspective of the ongoing global changes creating suitable conditions for the spread of invasive species and the (re)emergence of vector-borne diseases in Europe. The main strengths of the Modirisk project in the context of sustainable development are the link between biodiversity and health-environment, and its contribution to the development of tools to better describe the spatial distribution of mosquito biodiversity. MODIRISK addresses key topics of the global initiative Diversitas, which was one of the main drivers of the 'Research programme Science for a Sustainable Development' www.belspo.be (SSD). This MODIRISK dataset contains the historic and recent Culicidae specimens, preserved in the Collections of the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences. The project was coordinated by the Institute of Tropical Medicine(http://www.itg.be/E) in Antwerp.

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    Knowledge of the taxonomic and functional biodiversity of both endemic and invading vector mosquito species as well as the factors driving change, is missing in Belgium. Acquiring this knowledge is an essential step towards understanding current risk and preparing for future treads. Therefore the objectives of the project MODIRISK (Mosquito vectors of disease: spatial biodiversity, drivers of change, and risk) were (1) to inventory endemic and invading mosquito species in Belgium considering environmental and taxonomic elements of biodiversity (http://www.gbif.org/dataset/6679952f-649b-4888-bd97-00daca4b8cc1) + (Collection), (2) to assess the population dynamics of endemic and invasive mosquito species and their interrelationship (This dataset) (3) to model mosquito biodiversity distribution at a one km resolution in the Benelux, and (4) to disseminate project outputs to the scientific community, end users and the general public. During the first phase (years 2007-2008), the project focused on the inventory activities; setting–up laboratory experiments for studying life history traits of Culex pipiens in relation to temperature and the first selection of models based on the field results. Whilst during the second phase of the project (years 2009-2010) the focus was on the spatial model building and validation, on the longitudinal study (this dataset) and dynamics of selected indigenous and exotic species that were found during the inventory of the first phase and on more population genetic driven research The longitudinal studies (2nd phase of the project) were conducted on selected indigenous and exotic species found during the first phase of the project. In total 33682 adult mosquitoes were collected at the four sites with the twelve traps. The project was coordinated by the Institute of Tropical Medicine in Antwerp.

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    INSPIRE compliant download service (ATOM) for geographic information of the Marine Spatial Plan made available by the Royal Belgian Institute for Natural Sciences (RBINS).

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    INSPIRE compliant download service (ATOM) for geographic information of the datasets of the Marine Strategic Framework Directive made available by the Royal Belgian Institute for Natural Sciences (RBINS).

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    INSPIRE compliant download service for geographic information made available by the Royal Belgian Institute for Natural Sciences (RBINS).

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    Sea Bottom Current Direction TimeSeries - Belgian Coastal Zone - Coherens V1. This dataset contains the operational 3D baroclinic hydrodynamical COHERENS forecasts for the Belgian part of the North Sea. The domain covers the latitudes 51 to 51.9 and the longitudes 2.1 to 4.2 The grid has a resolution of 1.2e-2 deg in longitude and 6.9e-3 deg in latitude. The data is provided every 10 minutes. The sea surface is forced by the 6-hourly meteo forecasts provided by the United Kingdom Meteorology Office (UKMO)

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    Average Current Speed (vertical average) TimeSeries - Belgian Coastal Zone - Coherens V1. This dataset contains the operational 3D baroclinic hydrodynamical COHERENS forecasts for the Belgian part of the North Sea. The domain covers the latitudes 51 to 51.9 and the longitudes 2.1 to 4.2 The grid has a resolution of 1.2e-2 deg in longitude and 6.9e-3 deg in latitude. The data is provided every 10 minutes. The sea surface is forced by the 6-hourly meteo forecasts provided by the United Kingdom Meteorology Office (UKMO)

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    Average Wave Direction for the Windsea Timeseries - North Sea - The domain is a lon/lat grid that covers the range [48.5, 57.033] in latitude and the range [-4.05, 9.25] in longitude. The latitude increment is 0.066 degrees, the longitude increment is 0.1 degrees. The spectral analysis is provided every hour. The sea surface is forced by the 1-hourly meteo forecasts provided by the ECMWF

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    Astronomical Tide TimeSeries - North European Continental Shelf - Coherens V1. This dataset contains the operational 2D barotropic hydrodynamical COHERENS forecasts for the European Northern Continental Shelf. The domain covers the latitudes 48.0 to 62.0 and the longitudes -12.0 to 13.0 The grid has a resolution of 0.3333 deg in longitude and 0.1666 deg in latitude. The data is provided every 10 minutes.