Occurrence data from various smaller projects in Norway
Species occurence data from Naturrestaurering AS smaller projects. There is no common protocol for these data. Most of these data are species occurences or species lists recorded as a smaller part of inspections of areas to form a basis for sustainability anlysis, impact assessments or general evaulation of the biodiversity or natural values of an area.
The data in this occurrence resource has been published as a Darwin Core Archive (DwC-A), which is a standardized format for sharing biodiversity data as a set of one or more data tables. The core data table contains 5,095 records.
This IPT archives the data and thus serves as the data repository. The data and resource metadata are available for download in the downloads section. The versions table lists other versions of the resource that have been made publicly available and allows tracking changes made to the resource over time.
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Occurrence; species; plants; Observation; Occurrence
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|Zenodo source dataset||https://zenodo.org/record/4564455#.YECVF11Kjzc UTF8 comma-separated values|
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Occurrence data collected from projects where Naturrestaurering have been involved within Norway.
|Bounding Coordinates||South West [54.572, 0.703], North East [72.502, 35.508]|
Animals, plants, mosses, lichens and fungi.
|Kingdom||plantae, fungi, animalia|
Occurence data collected by Naturrestaurering. Ranging from species lists to describe an area, to more spesific registrations like red listed or invasive species.
|Funding||In part funded by the GBIF Norway 2020 data mobilization call, https://www.gbif.no/projects/co-funding-call/2020/nras.html|
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There is no common protocol for these data. Most of these data are species occurences or species lists recorded as a smaller part of inspections of areas to form a basis for sustainability anlysis, impact assessments or general evaulation of the biodiversity or natural values of an area.
|Study Extent||Various species data collected by NaturRestaurering AS from a range of sites spanning the country of Norway in the period 2011 to the present.|
|Quality Control||All species data are cross-checked against the "Species Nomenclature Database" from Artsdatabanken Norway to check the vernacularName and the scientificName, as well as check if these correlates. Then the scientificName is checked against the GBIF backbone taxonomy. All species occurences where the scientificName and the vernacluarName does not match in the "Species Nomenclature Database", or there is other reasons to doubt the validity of the observation is removed from the dataset.|
Method step description:
- - Data is recorded in the field, either as occurence of a specific species or as a species list. - If neccessary the data is converted into darwinCore format. - The validity of all species occurences is cross checked against the "Species Nomenclature Database" (http://www2.artsdatabanken.no/artsnavn/Contentpages/Hjem.aspx) and the "GBIF backbone taxonomy" (https://www.gbif.org/dataset/d7dddbf4-2cf0-4f39-9b2a-bb099caae36c/constituents) using R. - The data is uploaded to the IPT of GBIF-Norway (https://ipt.gbif.no/) and published after a quality control by GBIF-Norway.