ATBI

ATBI


The All Taxa Biodiversity Inventory (ATBI), a project of Discover Life in America (DLIA), seeks to inventory the estimated 100,000 species of living organisms in Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

The project will develop checklists, reports, maps, databases, and natural history profiles that describe the biology of this rich landscape to a wide audience.

The species level of biological diversity is central to the ATBI, but the project is developed within an ecological and conservation context and encourages understanding at other levels of organization, including genetic variation within species and ecosystem descriptions.

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2015 Results of DLIA Coordinated Bioblitzes

 


 

* Note that the above results are still preliminary and more data and observations may be forthcoming.
Also, note that these are parks located outside of Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

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