21st Century Donald Hobern, GBIF Executive Secretary, email@example.com Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF) Canberra, 13 June 2013 Bar-tailed Godwits (Limosa lapponica) and Red Knot (Calidris canutus) , in Merimbula, NSW on 10/11/2010. The Red Knot was banded on 25/11/2006, age approximately 2, at Miranda, New Zealand and was sighted again on 23/05/2007 at Broome, WA and back in Miranda on 21/11/2009 (information from Birds Australia).
Country: Australia State: WA Latitude: -34.3 Longitude: 118.0 CoordinatePrecision: 10000m CoordinateMethod: Google Earth DateCollected: 1963-09-15 BasisOfRecord: Preserved specimen TypeStatus: Paratypus • What species? • Where was it found? • When was it found? • What is the evidence? • Other information – Specimen data – Sampling event information – Sequences, images, etc.
any species: • What? • When? • Where? • What evidence? • Data owner? • Link to full record Presence only Collections Ecological Monitoring Genomics Darwin Core Fully compatible with existing Darwin Core data, plus: • Which species were recorded together? • Which sets of data are directly comparable? • Which species were most abundant in each sample? Presence/absence Darwin Core + Core Survey Fields Sample Id Method Id Relative abundance ...
At a specified time and place, and – With other specified properties • One or more specified observers – With various specified properties Recorded • One or more organisms – Identified to specified biological taxa, and – With other specified properties EVIDENCE ASSERTION
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