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Introduction to taxonomy: documenting biodiversity

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English Moving Image (Video) CS stories Biodiversity BioBlitz ...

In this video Jérôme Constant – entomologist at the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences - and Joachim Bresseel – Citizen Scientist – explain the fundamentals of taxonomy building on their …

Guide to Running a Bioblitz 2.0

 
English Text : Guideline Research design and methods Engagement ... BioBlitz Engagement ...

This guide has been designed to support the running of BioBlitzes and similar wildlife events in the UK. It is aimed at those running a large-scale event but a BioBlitz …

Guide to BioBlitz

 
English Text : Guideline Event planning Instructions ...

A range of guides on how to organise and run a BioBlitz, including videos and case studies, targeted at the use of iNaturalist. Links to other useful resources as well.

Bioblitz in Leopold Park (Brussels) - May 25 2019 - …

 
English Text : Report Research design and methods Engagement ... Biodiversity Environmental Monitoring ...

Here is the report (statistics and resources) of the BioBlitz that was held in Leopold park, Brussels, in 2019. “BioBlitz Leopold Park” is a follow-up of how biodiversity has changed …

Bioblitz in Leopold Park (Brussels) - June 02 2018 - …

 
English Text : Report Research design and methods Engagement Biodiversity Environmental Monitoring ...

Here is the report of a BioBlitz that took place in Brussels in 2018. “BioBlitz Leopold Park” is a follow-up of how biodiversity has changed –and hopefully increased– in a …

BioBlitz: Promoting cross border Research and collaborative Practices for Biodiversity …

 
English Text : Policy Brief Best practices Research design and methods ... Policy making Policy engagement ...

This brief covers policy and research topics in biodiversity conservation (e.g., species and protected areas), invasive alien species, coastal and marine management, and strategies for public engagement. The purpose of …

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