NZCS Brownsberg Nature Park Camera trap Monitoring 2013-2015

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Brownsberg nature Park is the most visited protected area in Suriname. Sixteen camera trapping stations, some with two opposite cameras, were positioned at Brownsberg Nature Park in 2012. After a trial period the cameras worked continuous from January 2013 till December 2016. The initial objective was to investigate the impact of eco-tourism on the mammal community. Later other interesting subjects were explored as well (i.e. impact of illegal gold mining, competition between jaguars and pumas, and density estimations). This data set shows only the large terrestrial mammals (>1 kg body mass) and terrestrial birds for the period December 2013 till February 2015. However more than half of the triggers was caused by human activity (tourists, cars, road workers, etc.). The principal investigators of the camera trapping research projects were/are Paul Ouboter and Vanessa Kadosoe, while several students occasionally assisted or carried out thesis research on related subjects (Dimitri Ouboter and Geeta Thakoerdien).

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Ouboter P, Ouboter D, Kadosoe V (2019): NZCS Brownsberg Nature Park Camera trap Monitoring 2013-2015. v1.1. National Zoological Collection of Suriname (NZCS). Dataset/Occurrence. https://cloud.gbif.org/bid/resource?r=nzcs-brownsberg-camera-trap-monitoring-2012-2015&v=1.1

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Palavras-chave

Occurrence; Marsupialia; Xenarthra; Primates; Carnivora; Perissodactyla; Arthiodactyla; Rodentia; Crax alector; Psophia crepitans; Brownsberg Nature Park; Camera trap; Monitoring; 2013; 2015; Suriname; Specimen; Opossums; Anteaters; Slots; Armadillos; Monkeys; Carnivores; Tapirs; Peccaries; Deers; Rodents

Contatos

Quem criou esse recurso:

Paul Ouboter
Director of IBER
IBER Acetyleen straat #3 Paramaribo SR +597 8866450
Dimitri Ouboter
Database Assistant
IBER Paramaribo SR
Vanessa Kadosoe
Assistant Vector Entomology
NZCS Leysweg #86 Paramaribo SR +597 465558 ex 2322

Quem pode responder a perguntas sobre o recurso:

Vanessa Kadosoe
Assistant Vector Entomology
NZCS Leysweg #86 Paramaribo SR +597 465558 ex 2322
Paul Ouboter
Director of IBER
IBER Acetyleen straat #3 Paramaribo SR

Quem preencher os metadados:

Paul Ouboter
Director of IBER
IBER Acetyleen straat #3 Paramaribo SR +597 8866450
Vanessa Kadosoe
Assistant Vector Entomology
NZCS Leysweg #86 Paramaribo SR +597 465558 ex 2322

Quem mais foi associado com o recurso:

Distribuidor
Vanessa Kadosoe
Assistant Vector Entomology
NZCS Leysweg #86 Paramaribo SR +597 465558 ex 2322
Pesquisador Principal
Vanessa Kadosoe
Assistant Vector Entomology
NZCS Leysweg #86 Paramaribo SR +597 465558 ex 2322
Pesquisador Principal
Paul Ouboter
Director of IBER
IBER Acetyleen straat #3 Paramaribo SR +597 8866450
Custódio de dados
Dimitri Ouboter
Database Assisstant
IBER Paramaribo SR

Cobertura Geográfica

The geographic coverage for the Brownsberg Nature Park Monitoring encompasses the central and northern part of the Brownsberg Mountain plateau, including upper slopes.

Coordenadas delimitadoras Sul Oeste [4.762, -55.23], Norte Leste [4.907, -55.173]

Cobertura Taxonômica

All specimens from this expedition were identified either to family, genus or species level.

Ordem  Xenarthra (Ant eaters, Sloths, Armadillos),  Primates (Monkeys),  Carnivora (Carnovores),  Perissodactyla (Tapirs),  Artiodactyla (Peccaries, Deers),  Rodentia (Rodents)
Espécie  Crax alector (Black curassow),  Psophia crepitans (Grey-winged trumpeter)

Cobertura Temporal

Data Inicial / Data final 2013-12-14 / 2015-02-25

Dados Sobre o Projeto

Amphibians and mammals were used as indicator taxa at Brownsberg Nature Park. The impacts that were investigated were ecotourism and illegal gold mining.

Título Identification and use of indicator taxa for human impact monitoring
Identificador BID-CA2016-0006-REG
Financiamento Flemish Inter-University Council (VLIR)
Descrição da Área de Estudo On parts of the plateau there is Mesophytic tropical rainforest, as well as on the slopes and creek valleys. The more rocky parts of the plateau have Xerophytic tropical rainforest.
Descrição do Design A total of 16 locations were fitted with cameras. The cameras were spaced 0.8 to 1.4 km apart. Usually two cameras were placed almost opposite to each other. The camera traps were served on a monthly basis.

O pessoal envolvido no projeto:

Pesquisador Principal
Paul Ouboter
Pesquisador Principal
Vanessa Kadosoe
Originador
Paul Ouboter
Originador
Vanessa Kadosoe
Originador
Dimitri Ouboter
Originador
Geeta Thakoerdien

Métodos de Amostragem

The photographs were collected through camera trapping.

Área de Estudo During the Brownsberg Nature Park Camera trap Monitoring, the are was continuously sampled. The cameras were serviced on a monthly basis.
Controle de Qualidade Occasionally the identification of specimens was rechecked by a foreign expert.

Descrição dos passos do método:

  1. 1. Camera traps were positioned in the field on tree trunks along made made roads and trails 2. The cameras were serviced every month, during which the batteries, memory card and desiccant were changed. 3. The photographs were uploaded on a computer and sorted using Camelot software. 4. The animals on the photographs were identified based on field guides and own experience.

Metadados Adicionais

Identificadores alternativos e898796e-d96c-426f-aa67-dc4476b3e37f
https://cloud.gbif.org/bid/resource?r=nzcs-brownsberg-camera-trap-monitoring-2012-2015