EOL

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AcronymDefinition
EOLElements of Life (album)
EOLExpression of Interest
EOLEncyclopedia of Life (est. 2007; species database)
EOLEnd Of Life
EOLEnd Of Line
EOLEnd Of List
EOLEnd of Listing
EOLÉcole d'Optique de Lille (French optician training school)
EOLEnd Of Lecture
EOLEspace de l'Ouest Lyonnais (French conference center)
EOLEverything On-Line (diagnostic imaging)
EOLEolithic (Counterstrike Pro gaming clan)
EOLEscoffier on Line (culinary website)
EOLEnd of Lease
EOLEnd-Of-Letter
EOLExpected Opportunity Loss
EOLElorn Olympique Landerneau (French basketball club)
EOLEnron Online (Internet trading platform)
EOLEqual Opportunity Leaders
EOLEthan Oliver Leon (gaming; UK)
EOLEpsilon Object Language
EOLEngine Off Landing (aviation)
EOLEnd of Lesson
EOLExcel Online
EOLExcess of Loss
EOLEnd of the Orienting Line
EOLElectro Optical Laboratory
EOLExpected Operating Life
EOLIntroduction Enternet Online Limited (New Zealand)
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Readers can find an enhanced version of the book, questions, animations and videos, figures and illustrations, podcasts, and excerpts from the Encyclopaedia of Life Science online.
In Scratchpads, the user-created workbenches mean that natural historians can gather, organise and share their data themselves, for example picking their own biological classification systems and incorporating data from other platforms such as Encyclopaedia of Life.
Based at the Smithsonian Institute in Washington DC, the Encyclopaedia Of Life will have pages on all of the estimated 1.8million types of plants and animals.
"The Encyclopaedia of Life will provide valuable biodiversity and conservation information to anyone, anywhere, anytime," said Dr James Edwards, executive director of the project.
It will share its data with other regional initiatives such as the Encyclopaedia of Life in the United States and the Atlas of Living Australia.
A pounds 50MILLION encyclopaedia of life, recording every known living species, is being created on the internet.