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A Marine Biodiversity Observation Network for Genetic Monitoring of Hard-Bottom Communities (ARMS-MBON)

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Frontiers in Marine Science, Vol 7 (2020)

Abstract: Marine hard-bottom communities are undergoing severe change under the influence of multiple drivers, notably climate change, extraction of natural resources, pollution and eutrophication, habitat degradation, and invasive species. Monitoring marine bio...

Improve Long-Term Biodiversity Management and Monitoring on Certified Oil Palm Plantations in Colombia by Centralizing Efforts at the Sector Level

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Frontiers in Forests and Global Change, Vol 2 (2019)

Abstract: Commodity crop expansion remains a leading driver of deforestation and defaunation in the tropics. Voluntary certification standards are the primary mechanism for making commodity production more sustainable and rely on the High Conservation Value (HCV...

How Essential Biodiversity Variables and remote sensing can help national biodiversity monitoring

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Global Ecology and Conservation, Vol 10, Iss C, Pp 43-59 (2017)

Abstract: Essential Biodiversity Variables (EBVs) have been suggested to harmonize biodiversity monitoring worldwide. Their aim is to provide a small but comprehensive set of monitoring variables that would give a balanced picture of the development of biodivers...

Monitoring the critically endangered Clanwilliam cedar with freely available Google Earth imagery

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): PeerJ, Vol 7, p e7005 (2019)

Abstract: Monitoring of species and populations is essential for biodiversity observation and reporting at local, national and global scales, but can be an exceedingly difficult task for many, if not most, species. We tested the viability of using Google Earth™ ...

Remotely Sensed Variables of Ecosystem Functioning Support Robust Predictions of Abundance Patterns for Rare Species

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Remote Sensing, Vol 11, Iss 18, p 2086 (2019)

Abstract: Global environmental changes are affecting both the distribution and abundance of species at an unprecedented rate. To assess these effects, species distribution models (SDMs) have been greatly developed over the last decades, while species abundance m...

Modeling current and future species distribution of breeding birds as regional essential biodiversity variables (SD EBVs): A bird perspective in Swiss Alps

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Global Ecology and Conservation, Vol 27, Iss , Pp e01596- (2021)

Abstract: Changes in distribution and abundance of species affect the entirety of biodiversity and monitoring these changes is critical for the efficient conservation of integrity and functions of species population. However, acquiring accurate information on bi...

Conserving Ecosystem Diversity in the Tropical Andes

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Remote Sensing, Vol 14, Iss 2847, p 2847 (2022)

Abstract: Documenting temporal trends in the extent of ecosystems is essential to monitoring their status but combining this information with the degree of protection helps us assess the effectiveness of societal actions for conserving ecosystem diversity and re...

Essential Biodiversity Variables: extracting plant phenological data from specimen labels using machine learning

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Research Ideas and Outcomes, Vol 8, Iss , Pp 1-24 (2022)

Abstract: Essential Biodiversity Variables (EBVs) make it possible to evaluate and monitor the state of biodiversity over time at different spatial scales. Its development is led by the Group on Earth Observations Biodiversity Observation Network (GEO BON) to ha...

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