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Science Environment for Ecological Knowledge




Welcome To SEEK

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The Science Environment for Ecological Knowledge (SEEK) is a five year initiative designed to create cyberinfrastructure for ecological, environmental, and biodiversity research and to educate the ecological community about ecoinformatics. SEEK participants are building an integrated data grid (EcoGrid) for accessing a wide variety of ecological and biodiversity data and analytical tools (Kepler) for efficiently utilizing these data stores to advance ecological and biodiversity science. An intelligent middleware system (SMS) will facilitate integration and synthesis of data and models within these systems.

See a brief overview of SEEK or the full project proposal for a detailed description of the project initiative.


October 4, 2004New Faculty and Postdoctoral Training:Ecoinformatics Training for Ecologists announced for January 3-7, 2005 at the LTER Network Office, UNM.
August 23, 2004First release of the Growl Ontology Editor (alpha)
August 20, 2004Kepler (1.0.0alpha2) scientific workflow tool released
June 25, 2004RCN Training scheduled for October 17-30, 2004 at the LTER Network Office, UNM.

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