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Kalpoe W (2022): National Herbarium van Suriname Collection. v1.15. Test Organization #1. Dataset/Occurrence. https://ipt.gbif.org/resource?r=bbs-test001&v=1.15
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Occurrence; Angiospermae; Bryophyta; Pteridophyta; Fungi; Specimen; Angiospermae; Bryophyta; Pteridophyta; Fungi
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|Bounding Coordinates||South West [1.858, -58.14], North East [6.162, -53.723]|
Angiospermae, Bryophyta, Pteridophyta, Fungi
|Formation Period||1800 - current|
The objectives of the project are: Set up the structures and infrastructure to achieve the data flow between the main data holding institutions Process and digitize data to be disseminated in a structural way to the SMIN Create a knowledge and information platform where data will be mobilized and integrated to promote environmental planning and policy-making nationally
|Title||Implementing biodiversity data flow on the national level by creating data structures between BBS, NZCS/CMO and NIMOS within the Suriname Environmental Information Network (SMIN)|
|Funding||EU funded project Co-funding will be provided by the UTSN project, implemented by the National Zoological Collection Suriname (NZCS/CMO)|
|Study Area Description||Collections of the National Herbarium of Suriname (BBS) and the National Zoological Collection Suriname (NZCS/CMO) Environmental data, namely mercury occurrences in fresh water areas in Suriname|
|Design Description||Activities: Create workflow or process model for data mobilization to streamline the activities within the consortium Develop and manage databases at BBS, NZCS/CMO and NIMOS Evaluate protocols and interim reports according to the implementation plan. Results: Datasets with collections data and images, digitized and added to the databases at BBS, NZCS/CMO and NIMOS Databases at institutional level that are interoperable with national and regional databases The deliverables that will be evaluated include among others metadata for flora and fauna, data summary tables, and species distributions map products|
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Photographed the voucher data Digitization of herbarium vouchers
|Study Extent||Plant collection data of Angiospermae, Bryophyta, Pteridophyta, Fungi|
|Quality Control||Darwin Core Standard Data cleaning with Open Refine|
Method step description:
- Photographed the herbarium voucher Enter data from voucher labels into Excel spreadsheets Quality control Data hosting and publishing
|Collection Name||National Herbarium van Suriname Collection|
|Specimen preservation methods||Dried and pressed|
|Curatorial Units||Count 1 +/- 40,000 Sheets|
|Purpose||Create a knowledge and information platform where data will be mobilized and integrated to promote environmental planning and policy-making nationally|
|Maintenance Description||6 months|