BioCASE

AcronymDefinition
BioCASEBiological Collection Access Service
BioCASEBiological Collection Access Service for Europe
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info) deserve special attention as geology has been leading the way in joining international data networks, such as BioCASe and GBIF, and in opening the collections to researchers and the public.
BioCASE works by supplying data providers (the original collections) with software that uses a XML based query language to abstract the original collection's schemas and map it onto BioCASE's database (BioCASE, 2009).
To make these disparate datasets interoperable it uses many of the standards discussed in this paper, including ABCD, LSID, BioCASE, and Darwin Core (GBIF, n.