The Leibniz Institute for the Analysis of Biodiversity Change

is a research museum of the Leibniz Association




Quick facts

Project title: 
NFDI4Biodiversity – Biodiversity, Ecology and Environmental Data
ZFMK Project lead: 


NFDI4Biodiversity – NFDI Consortium for Biodiversity, Ecology and Environmental Data

NFDI4Biodiversity is a consortium under the umbrella of the National Research Data Infrastructure (NFDI) dedicated to the mobilising biodiversity and environmental data for collective use.

The partners pool their scientific and technical expertise to provide a broad service portfolio for handling biodiversity and environmental data and to develop it further in close cooperation with users from research and practice. The consortium consists of Partners include close to 50 scientific institutions, museums, natural history societies, state offices, and other institutes and expert groups.

The cooperation of the partner network is guided by the knowledge that stakeholders in science, politics, nature conservation and landscape management need reliable data to be able to develop better contributions to the conservation of biodiversity.

To this end, the consortium partners offer added value to the professional community, specifically:

  • Access to modern technologies and a comprehensive stock of biodiversity and environmental data
  • Methods and tools for archiving, publishing, searching and analyzing data that are suitable for everyday use and have been tried and tested in practice
  • An expert forum for the safe and competent handling of data for broad and responsible use.

Further information about NFDI4Biodiversity can be found here:

The LIB Data Centre provides data flows, tools, and services for the research collections of the LIB and other appropriate data sets. The focus is on the management of collection data, and also on the management, storage and archiving of observation and monitoring data.

Further information can be found under “LIB Data Center” and in the Datacenter Wiki.

The projects “GBOL” and “AMMOD” serve as use cases in NFDI4Biodiversity.





Contact person

Head of Section
+49 228 9122-342
+49 228 9122-212
p.grobe [at]