BioWM contains mapping systems for GBIF occurrence data (specimen and observation records) and research data provided by NIES.
Biodiversity Dataset Search: On this map you can search occurrence data formatted with Darwin Core and environmental polygon data provided by BioDiv, NIES.
This is a searchable database that contains information on the main invasive alien species in Japan.
This map helps predict domestic areas where the risk of avian influenza infiltration from overseas is high (for administrative agencies only).
A website that provides information on tropical coastal ecosystems, such as world maps and lists of mangrove species.
This database archives underwater videos filmed in Lake Biwa using carp-mounted video-loggers. The videos provide valuable information about the nature of fishes and other organisms inhabiting the lake.
This is the largest fish distribution database in Hokkaido, Japan.
This database provides biodiversity information accumulated in the study of the southern part of Hyogo Prefecture, Japan, using geographic information system (GIS) (as of May 2017, release of GIS is suspended).
Research summary and outcomes of Environment Research and Technology Development Fund (S-15) "Predicting and Assessing Natural Capital and Ecosystem Services through an Integrated Social-Ecological Systems Approach", such as the database search system, Web GIS, and policy briefs are available.
This database provides water quality and aquatic organism data of Lake Kasumigaura, which has been monitored for more than 40 years since the establishment of NIES.
This database provides an outline of the monitoring survey conducted for many years, observation results, observation data, and related literature information at Lake Mashu.
The inland water monitoring division of Global Environmental Monitoring System "GEMS (Global Environmental Monitoring System)" is the only monitoring project that covers global freshwater quality.
Acoustic monitoring of avian assemblages in and around the evacuation area of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant accident.
Database search system of stocks of endangered algae possessed by the Microbial Culture Collection.
The database search system provides DNA barcoding information on chironomid specimens, including DNA barcodes, taxonomy, and collection sites.
Database of wildlife cells, tissues, and DNA stored at the Environmental Specimen Time Capsule Building of NIES and Wildlife Research Center of Kyoto University.
NIES provides draft whole genome sequences of mainly endangered species in FASTA format, as research outcomes from the Project for the Promotion of Environmental Genomics Studies.
Database on taxonomic information and DNA barcodes of specimens collected from the Ogasawara Islands, providing DNA sequences in FASTA format and occurrence data.
Land use data that can be used to estimate biodiversity on a national scale. It was constructed by integrating and standardizing the vegetation survey data of the National Survey on the Natural Environment, which was conducted from 1988 to 1998 by the Ministry of the Environment, Japan.
A database that calculates the heterogeneity of land use (called the "Satoyama Index") for evaluating biodiversity in agricultural landscapes from the Japan national standard land use mesh data.
Information and image retrieval system published in the catalog of "Zooxanthellate corals of Japan - Tanegashima -" issued by the Division in 2015.
A software tool which supports the design of a protected area which efficiently covers multiple biodiversity features. It accepts semi-quantitative distribution data of biodiversity features, which is often the best available.