Information on the WNV surveillance activities conducted since 2002 by the various institutions was collected, emphasizing that data, reports, and knowledge would be used to develop and test the new WNIS.

The data catalog was prepared using the Dublin Core (40), a metadata structure used to classify electronic resources with a brief description of their content and characteristics. In this case, using the Dublin Core allowed easy creation of the catalog and, in the future, facilitates the proper maintenance, management, and use of existing resources.

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