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Barker N, Clark V, Dold T (2020): FBIP: Great Escarpment Biodiversity Research Programme data mobilisation. v1.1. South African National Biodiversity Institute. Dataset/Occurrence. http://ipt.sanbi.org.za/iptsanbi/resource?r=fbip5&v=1.1
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South Africa (Northern Cape, Western Cape, Eastern Cape)
|Bounding Coordinates||South West [-33.074, 20.17], North East [-31.03, 27.225]|
|Start Date / End Date||2008-10-08 / 2014-12-14|
Specimens collected from the Stormberg area will be digitized and mobilise into a virtual herbarium for the southern Escarpment (complete with images of the specimens, c.1,000 field photographs, and digital copies of the 26 field collecting-books) using the Botanical Research and Herbarium Management System (BRAHMS) platform.
|Title||FBIP: Great Escarpment Biodiversity Research Programme data mobilisation|
|Funding||Foundational Biodiversity Information Programme|
|Study Area Description||South Africa (Northern Cape, Western Cape, Eastern Cape)|
The personnel involved in the project:
Botanical surveys and specimen collection throughout the Stormberg area
|Study Extent||South Africa (Northern Cape, Western Cape, Eastern Cape)|
|Quality Control||QGIS was used to confirm the location of points and minor geo-referencing was done|
Method step description:
- Data input of information from specimens collected from the Stormberg area and updating or data records with missing data