Natural History Museum, University of Tartu

Natural History Museum of the University of Tartu is responsible for the development  of eBiodiversity portal (elurikkus.ut.ee) where most Estonian taxon occurrences are publicly available. Museum also developes the PlutoF (plutof.ut.ee) which provides free biodiversity database and computing services. Most Estonian scientific collections are using PlutoF online system as well as many individuals (including Citizen Scientists) and international research communities (e.g. unite.ut.ee).

Organisation name: 
University of Tartu
Country: 
Estonia
Contact name: 
Urmas Kõljalg
Contact e-mail: 
urmas.koljalg@ut.ee
Ecotype: 
Terrestrial/Freshwater
Natural history
Ecology
Computing: 
Software as service
Data management
User interface: 
Citizen science
VREs
Visualisation
Training/outreach

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