Who we are
The Biodiversity Informatics Facility at the American Museum of Natural History's Center for Biodiversity and Conservation strives to utilize information technologies in biodiversity research and applications while developing and promoting the effective use of these technologies for biodiversity conservation around the world. This site provides a growing set of practical resources for those interested in using information technologies for biodiversity conservation.
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We have started a blog to highlight site and project updates of interest to the biodiversity informatics community. Click here to see the latest entries.
Interactive Tools
A number of interactive tools are being developed to illustrate basic remote sensing concepts. Click here to see all interactive tools. They are also integrated into the Guides section of the Remote Sensing Resources site.

We welcome comments and suggestions about this site as well as general inquiries.