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2018–11–27 IAVS Symposium Bremen, Germany, 14-19 July 2019 See more »

2018–11–16 Vegetation Database Workshop, Triesdorf, DE, 27 Feb - 1 Mar 2019 See more »

2018–08–16 EVS Meeting 2019 See more »

2018–06–26 The 2018 Annual Report of European Vegetation Survey published See more »

2018–06–23 Special Feature “Vegetation Science and Habitats Directive” See more »

2018–04–11 Publication of a report updating the French interpretation of 35 habitats of Community interest See more »

2018–03–17 Jornadas Internacionales de Fitosociología, Mexico, 21-24 November 2018 See more »

2018–03–16 New online database of Czech flora and vegetation See more »

2017–10–16 Officers of the European Vegetation Classification Committee (EVCC) have been elected See more »

2017–10–13 Next EVS meetings See more »

2017–08–22 Boris Mirkin died on 9 Aug 2017 See more »

2017–07–31 Virtual Special Issue on European grasslands published online See more »

2017–06–15 EVA Annual Report for 2017 published See more »

2017–03–31 EuroVegChecklist interactive online application See more »

2017–01–25 European Red List of Habitats published See more »

2016–12–05 EuroVegChecklist published! See more »

2016–06–01 New EVA Coordinating Board elected See more »

2016–05–26 Vegetation of the Czech Republic online See more »

2016–05–23 Proposed revision of the EUNIS habitats classification See more »

2016–04–09 New EVS Steering Committee See more »

EVA Database

How To Obtain Data

To obtain data from EVA, please first read EVA Data Property and Governance Rules, Article 5. If you are eligible to obtain data, make an enquiry to the EVA database administrator Ilona Knollová (ikuzel@sci.muni.cz) whether the data meeting your needs are available. If they are, fill in the EVA Data Request Form and submit it to Milan Chytrý (chytry@sci.muni.cz) or another member of the EVA Coordinating Board. Note that the data under restricted-access or semi-restricted access regime (see below in the list of databases) are only available to EVA data contributors. If you ask for data under these two access-regimes, the processing of your request will take at least three weeks.

If you plan to combine your analysis of vegetation-plot data with plant trait data, you can also request for a dataset of 18 gap-filled traits for a large number of plant taxa prepared by the TRY consortium. These traits include Leaf area, Specific leaf area, Leaf fresh mass, Leaf dry matter content, Leaf C, Leaf N, Leaf P, Leaf N per area, Leaf N:P ratio, Leaf delta15N, Seed mass, Seed length, Seed number per reproductive unit, Dispersal unit length, Plant height, Stem specific density, Stem conduit density, and Conduit element length. This dataset can be provided to you upon request by Ilona Knollová (ikuzel@sci.muni.cz). If you use this dataset, you must inform about your project the TRY data contributors who might be interested and invite them as potential co-authors, assuming they will make an intellectual contribution to your paper. Any such paper will be treated as a joint paper of EVA and TRY consortia. The list of the TRY data contributors will be sent to you together with the gap-filled trait dataset.

If you plan to include species phylogeny in your analyses, you can obtain a phylogenetic data for a large number of species from the sPlot consortium.