An introduction to TrIAS work package 2: Data mobilization framework

6f6914b1cdb438695ec1aaabba7463bb?s=47 Peter Desmet
February 13, 2017

An introduction to TrIAS work package 2: Data mobilization framework

Talk at the TrIAS kick-off meeting in Brussels, Belgium - February 13, 2017.

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Peter Desmet

February 13, 2017
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  1. An introduc+on to TrIAS work package 2: Data mobiliza+on framework

    Peter Desmet TrIAS kick-off mee+ng - Feb 13, 2017
  2. The goal of the data mobiliza+on framework is to create

    data products that will be used in further work packages. This includes datasets rela+ng to the presence of AS in Belgium (checklist and occurrence data) for which major sources in Belgium will be published to GBIF, and environmental predictors needed for spa+ally explicit risk modelling and mapping (global and CORDEX-derived climate (change) data, habitat and land-use layers). The framework also comprises the tools and documenta/on to compile from the published checklists a unified AS checklist for Belgium, use this to query and download occurrence data from GBIF, and process these to feed further analysis (WP3 & WP4). From the proposal
  3. 2.1 - Alien species checklist 2.2 - Occurrences 2.3 -

    Climate data & future scenarios (by Bert Van Schaeybroeck) Three tasks
  4. Alien species checklist

  5. Which species are alien in Belgium?

  6. Let’s check the Alien species checklist for Belgium

  7. We don’t have one! And certainly not one that is

    unified, verified & standardized
  8. We do have A number of authorita+ve checklists with a

    more specialized scope
  9. 7 checklists •  Manual of Alien Plants (BGM, Verloove 2006,

    Verloove 2013) •  Harmonia informa+on system (BBPF, Vanderhoeven et al. 2015) •  World Register of Introduced Marine Species (WRIMS) (VLIZ, Pagad et al. 2016) •  Registry of non-na+ve species in the Two Seas region countries (GB, FR, BE & NL) (RINSE) (INBO, Gallardo et al. 2013, Zieritz et al. 2014, Gallardo et al. 2016) •  Non-indigenous freshwater fish (INBO, Verreycken et al. 2007) •  Alien freshwater invertebrates (UGent, Boets et al. 2016) •  Terrestrial Mollusca (RBINS, from EASIN 2015)
  10. Together these comprise the most complete source for alien species

    info in Belgium
  11. Publish each checklist as an open Darwin Core Archive

  12. None
  13. Species & taxonomy

  14. Species & taxonomy Status in Belgium

  15. Species & taxonomy Status in Belgium Authors & metadata

  16. Species & taxonomy Status in Belgium Authors & metadata And

    more…
  17. Standards by TDWG

  18. Documenta+on by GBIF

  19. Tools by GBIF

  20. Support by INBO & BBPF

  21. None
  22. Can be republished for updates

  23. Build a unified checklist through a repeatable protocol

  24. All data available via API

  25. Backbone taxonomy to resolve synonymy & IDs

  26. Open source script to build a unified checklist for Belgium

  27. Repeatable valida+on by Belgian Forum on Invasive Species

  28. Publish checklist documented & versioned

  29. Occurrences

  30. Where are the alien species in Belgium?

  31. Data are scagered over many different places (or unavailable)

  32. But there’s lots out there and it keeps growing every

    day
  33. •  NGOs –  Natuurpunt –  Natagora •  Regional administra+ons – 

    INBO –  ILVO –  SPW-DEMNA •  Collec+ons –  BGM –  RBINS •  Former AS related projects –  Invaxen –  DIARS (incl. VITO) –  Inplanbel (incl. ULg) –  Ensis –  MEMO –  Alien Impact (incl. UCL) •  Non-TrIAS partners •  GBIF Sources of occurrence data
  34. Together these comprise the most complete & up-to-date source for

    alien species occurrences in Belgium
  35. Publish each source as an open Darwin Core Archive

  36. Occurrences Authors & metadata

  37. Standards, documenta+on, tools & support

  38. None
  39. Can be republished for updates

  40. Build a unified occ. dataset through a repeatable protocol

  41. Each occurrence is linked to the Backbone taxonomy

  42. All data available via API

  43. Open source script to query & download occurrence data using

    our unified checklist
  44. Single occurrence dataset usable in further work packages

  45. Thank you! @peterdesmet Desmet Peter (2017) An introduc+on to TrIAS

    work package 2: Data mobiliza+on framework. hgp://bit.ly/2ktqWr4