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DIVA  [1] is a geographic information system that allows mapping and spatial analysis of genetic resources data. It was developed specifically for use with genebank data such as that available through national or international genebank documentation systems.

DIVA allows you to make maps of sites where species have been observed or collected and of the distribution of biological diversity. DIVA can also be used to identify areas with complementary levels of diversity and extract climate data for accession points.
To download the most up to date version of the FREE DIVA-GIS software, please visit the website:  [1]

Return to ECPGR Wild Species Conservation in Genetic Reserves Working Group  [2]

Return to: ECPGR On-farm Conservation and Management Working Group  [3]

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