Open access to Sweden's biodiversity data
Motacilla flava by Johan Bäckman (CC-BY-NC)
Chaetoceros didymus by Ann-Turi Skjevik (CC-BY-NC)
Taraxacum by Steve Humber (CC-BY-NC)
Egg of the butterfly Polygonia c-album by Gilles San Martin (CC-BY-SA 2.0)
Vulpes vulpes by Johan Bäckman (CC-BY-NC)
Cyanea capillata by W. Carter (CC-BY-NC)
Aeshna cyanea by Johan Bäckman (CC-BY-NC)
Watch and learn
A number of clips are now availble introducing SBDI and showcasing key functionality of tools and services. What is SBDI?… [Read more and watch].
Courses and training
Here you find links to training courses, online modules, and webinar recordings for education in biodiversity informatics. [Go to courses and training].
Read about examples of active research groups and scientific networks in Sweden, which either utilize data from SBDI, or feed data into our system. [Go to ongoing research].
Towards a national platform for subsea image analysis
Citizens help explore deep-water video recordings
Plankton count module update
SBDI BRINGS BIODIVERSITY DATA TOGETHER
SDBI aggregates biodiversity data from multiple sources and makes it available and usable online. It is the largest collection of freely available biodiversity data in Sweden.
MAKING THE MOST OF BIODIVERSITY DATA
Biodiversity data about plants, animals and fungi and their habitats may be used to educate and inform and in environmental decision-making, state of the environment assessments and restoration and rewilding.