eBird Best Practices I

eBird Best Practices I

Introduction to Part I of the eBird Best Practices workshop covering eBird data extraction and processing in R.

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Matt Strimas-Mackey

June 23, 2019
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  1. Best Practices I eBird Data Extraction and Processing in R

  2. is a an online database of bird observations collected by

    citizen scientists, providing real-time data about the global distribution and abundance of bird species.
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    2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 645 million observations 461,509 eBirders 10,419 species (98% of bird species) 4,695 cumulative years of effort eBird checklists per month (Thousands)
  5. eBird checklists per 25 km grid cell

  6. eBird website 1 2 3 eBird Status and Trends Accessing

    raw eBird data How do I access eBird data?
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  9. Status & Trends Full life cycle models, at high spatiotemporal

    resolution, of: • abundance • trends • habitat associations • range 2
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  15. We need to make this FILE smaller

  16. Terminal AWK

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  18. data access 1 filter 2 import 3 pre-process 4 presence-absence

    data 5 auk workflow
  19. mapping and summarizing 1 2 3 occupancy model preparation land

    cover covariates Applications