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Centre for Environmental Data and Recording
CEDaR, Centre for Environmental Data and Recording, is the Local Records Centre for Northern Ireland, and facilitates the collection, collation, management and dissemination of biodiversity and geodiversity information for Northern Ireland and its coastal waters. CEDaR is a partnership between Northern Ireland Environment Agency, National Museums Northern Ireland and the recording community of Northern Ireland.
The Centre for Environmental Data and Recording is the local biological records centre for Northern Ireland. It relies on the work of recorders - people passionate about wildlife and the natural world. These people record each plant or animal they see, noting what species they saw and where & when they saw it. CEDaR brings all this information together and helps distribute it to where we need it most.
The Environmental Recorders’ Group (ERG) was established to provide a forum for people in Northern Ireland who are interested in environmental recording.
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