Projects database accumulates a wide variety of information covering an unconstrained taxonomic and geographic scope. To keep focus on certain tasks we have implemented a domain called Projects. Within this domain, several members may associate in a group in order to achieve a goal, or, at least, keep cohesion of their activities. Of course, one-member projects are acceptable as well. As long as the communal resource gets improved, any type of activity is welcome. Projects may range from species inventories in certain geographic areas and taxonomic databases to building keys for organism identification and other various software tools.

Projects may be also external to In other words, we do not have anything against you running inside environment projects for other organisations/institutions, as long as they are based on your own work, observations, or you participated in data digitization from scientific literature. The high resolution data should not be accessible to other members; it is acceptable if the community may benefit from byproducts of you projects like illustration, low resolution maps, digitized literature, your expertise and/or forum interactions.

Among the benefits of participating in a project within are:
Projects may range from public to private, and from visible to hidden and they may have a determined duration or run indefinitely.

Specific tools like projectsManager and referencesManager are available for management of data. With these applications various types of data gathered by a group can be easily administrated.

Within mybiOSis desktop environment you can see a list of existing projects locate Projects icon in the vertical menu on the left of desktop or in the Application directory. To see members in a project, click on project members tab in project details window. This tab includes also the functions for requesting a project membership. Administrators of a group may invite friends to join a project and grow activity by various types of tasks.

List of projects

Anthozoa TDK
Arii protejate Timiş
Atlas of Amphibians and Reptiles in Romania
Birds of Romania
Carabidae of Romania
Eftimie Murgu
Flora Banatului
Flora Dobrogei
Flora of Romania
Fungi of Romania
Habitat mapping & GIS
Habitat, restoration and conservation
Hardy orchids hybrids
Heteroptera Romaniae
Impacts on biodiversity in the Baltic Sea
Insects of Dobrogea
Invasive species in Romania
Jasione heldreichii
Lepidoptera of Romania
Molluscs of Romania
Muntii Metaliferi - Cheile Cibului
Muntii Metaliferi - Cheile Glodului
Muntii Metaliferi - Cheile Măzii
Muntii Metaliferi - Cheile Ribicioarei şi Uibăreştilor
Muntii Metaliferi - Măgurile Săcărâmbului
Muntii Metaliferi - ROSCI0029 Cheile Glodului, Cibului și Măzii
Muntii Metaliferi - ROSCI0110 Măgurile Băiței
Muntii Metaliferi - ROSCI0373 Râul Mureș între Brănișca și Ilia
Muntii Metaliferi - ROSPA0132
New flora in Europe
Noi specii pentru Parcul Natural Portile de Fier
Odonata of Romania
Orchid population & genetics
Orchids conservation
Orchids of Europe
Orchids of Romania
Orchids of Stanisoarei Mountains (Bukovina)
Orthoptera of Romania
Parcul National Semenic Cheile-Carasului
Rare plants from Romania
Rezervatia naturala Fata Virului, Mehedinti
Romanian FaunaEuropaea Focal Point
ROSCI 0031, ROSPA 0020 Cheile Nerei - Beuşniţa
ROSCI0045 Coridorul Jiului
ROSCI0110 Rezervația Măgurile Băiței
ROSCI0115, ROSPA0078 Mlastina Satchinez
ROSCI0233 Someşul Rece SCI
ROSCI0287 Comlosu Mare, Comlosu Mic
ROSCI0338 Padurea Paniova
ROSCI0345 Pajiștea Cenad - Saravale
Sacueni, Bihor - habitat pajiste schimbare conducta
Syngraph online
Vegetal comunities from Somesu Rece
Wetland, habitat, species
Wild orchid diversity within National Park Cheile Nerei-Beusnita habitats

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