Meeting of the Species 2000 Project (Hosted by NCEAS)

Principal Investigators:

Michael N. Dadd

The Species 2000 programme has the aim of creating a uniform and validated index to the world's known species for use as a practical tool in inventorying and monitoring biodiversity worldwide. The index will be used to provide:

  • electronic species lists for use in inventorying projects worldwide
  • the index for an Internet gateway to species databases worldwide
  • a reference system for comparison between inventories
  • a comprehensive world-wide catalogue for checking the... more

Participants and Meetings

More detailed information can be found on the Species 2000 Web site

Working Group Participants
ActivityDatesFurther Information
Meeting19th—21st October 1998Participant List  

Participant Contact Information

Frank A. BisbyUniversity of Reading
Lois Blainelblaine@atcc.orgATCC
Stanley D. Blumsblum@calacademy.orgBishop Museum
Susan M. BrandtUniversity of Reading
Vanderlei P. CanhosV.P.Canhos@sp2000.orgFundação André Tosello
Michael N. DaddM.N.Dadd@sp2000.orgBIOSIS UK
Rainer FroeseR.Froese@sp2000.orgWorldfish/ICLARM
W. Alex GrayCardiff University
Paula Ross Huddlestonpaula.huddleston@usda.govUS Department of Agriculture (USDA)
J. Scott Petersonspeterson@npdc.usda.govUS Department of Agriculture (USDA)
Richard J. WhiteUniversity of Southampton
Karen L. WilsonK.L.Wilson@sp2000.orgRoyal Botanic Gardens Sydney

Products: Publications, Reports, Datasets, Presentations, Visualizations

TypeProduct of NCEAS Research
Data Set Dadd, Michael N. 2008. Species 2000 web site. (Abstract) (Online version)
"Meeting of the Species 2000 Project (Hosted by NCEAS)" is project ID: 2151