After COST has created their new Virtual Networking Tools EUdaphobase launches five new Virtual Mobility (VM) projects by applicants originating from five countries:
- Morphological traits for two soil fungal taxa as the basis for introducing data on fungi into edaphobase – Serbia
- Domain ontologies for soil biology – Malaga
- Soil faunal studies in Europe. “What” has been studied “where” and what is missing from edaphobase – Greece
- Harvesting species occurrence data from barcode databases – Poland
- State-of-the-art of the functional trait research and data in soil zoology – France
The networking of these VMs involves EUdaphobase partners from Switzerland, Turkey, France, Poland, Russia, Germany, Portugal, Greece, Denmark, Spain, Italy, Romania, Croatia and Czech Republic.