Israeli Butterfly Monitoring Scheme (BMS-IL)

Evento de muestreo
Última versión publicado por ILS - Israeli Lepidopterists’ society el dic. 23, 2016 ILS - Israeli Lepidopterists’ society
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23 de diciembre de 2016
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Descripción

The Israeli Butterfly Monitoring Scheme (BMS-IL).

The phenology and abundance estimates derived from the systematic observations performed by BMS-IL observers, serve as excellent indicators for trends in biodiversity, impacts of land-use change, and climate change. Particularly, due to Israel's geographic location, the migration of desert species serves as a valuable indicator of the impacts of extreme weather events on biodiversity.

We share our data openly with the philosophy that transparency and sharing are routes for rapid knowledge generation, cooperation, and capacity building. New collaborations are extremely valuable to make the most of the data. Researchers are more thus encouraged to contact the dataset owners to collaborate on joint analyses and meta-analyses.

Note the dataset can also be explored here: http://www.gluecad.com/buttdb/hompage.asp?lng=eng

Registros

Los datos en este recurso de evento de muestreo han sido publicados como Archivo Darwin Core(DwC-A), el cual es un formato estándar para compartir datos de biodiversidad como un conjunto de una o más tablas de datos. La tabla de datos del core contiene 7.329 registros.

también existen 2 tablas de datos de extensiones. Un registro en una extensión provee información adicional sobre un registro en el core. El número de registros en cada tabla de datos de la extensión se ilustra a continuación.

Event (core)
7329
MeasurementOrFacts 
53800
Occurrence 
13450

Este IPT archiva los datos y, por lo tanto, sirve como repositorio de datos. Los datos y los metadatos del recurso están disponibles para su descarga en la sección descargas. La tabla versiones enumera otras versiones del recurso que se han puesto a disposición del público y permite seguir los cambios realizados en el recurso a lo largo del tiempo.

Versiones

La siguiente tabla muestra sólo las versiones publicadas del recurso que son de acceso público.

¿Cómo referenciar?

Los usuarios deben citar este trabajo de la siguiente manera:

Peer I (2014): Israeli Butterfly Monitoring Scheme (BMS-IL). v6.17. ILS - Israeli Lepidopterists’ society. Dataset/Samplingevent. http://cloud.gbif.org/eubon/resource?r=butterflies-monitoring-scheme-il&v=6.17

Derechos

Los usuarios deben respetar los siguientes derechos de uso:

El publicador y propietario de los derechos de este trabajo es ILS - Israeli Lepidopterists’ society. En la medida de lo posible según la ley, el publicador ha renunciado a todos los derechos sobre estos datos y los ha dedicado al Dominio público (CC0 1.0). Los usuarios pueden copiar, modificar, distribuir y utilizar la obra, incluso con fines comerciales, sin restricciones.

Registro GBIF

Este recurso ha sido registrado en GBIF con el siguiente UUID: 647ae6f8-8e26-4189-b448-02b45b7ad884.  ILS - Israeli Lepidopterists’ society publica este recurso y está registrado en GBIF como un publicador de datos avalado por GBIF Israel.

Palabras clave

samplingevent; Other; Occurrence; butterflies; Lepidoptera; Israel; Systematic monitoring

Contactos

Israel Peer
  • Proveedor De Los Metadatos
  • Originador
  • Punto De Contacto
Database admin
GlueCAD
Hantke 39
3460814 Haifa
IL
+972-4-8265365
Dubi Benyamini
  • Proveedor De Contenido
President
The Israeli Lepidopterists Society
91 Levona Str.
71947 Bet Arye
IL
972 8 9297093
Guy Pe'er
  • Investigador Principal
Scientific Administrator
Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ
Permoserstr. 15, 04318
Leipzig
DE
+49-341-2351643

Cobertura geográfica

Israel Borders

Coordenadas límite Latitud Mínima Longitud Mínima [27,7, 33,77], Latitud Máxima Longitud Máxima [33,44, 36]

Cobertura taxonómica

Butterflies

Orden Lepidoptera

Cobertura temporal

Fecha Inicial / Fecha Final 2009-10-02 / 2015-10-31

Datos del proyecto

Israeli Butterfly systematic Monitoring Scheme

Título Israel Butterflies Systematic Monitoring Scheme
Fuentes de Financiación Private
Descripción del área de estudio Established in April 2009, the Israeli Butterfly Monitoring Scheme (BMS-IL) covers Israeli's geographic borders and runs starting 20 transects to about 40 transects in 2015.
Descripción del diseño Transect lengths range between 300 and 600 m in length, and divide into 50 m sections. Transect usually cover a single habitat type. In each visit, transect-walkers count all butterfly species that can be seen within a range of 5 m range. Special behaviours (egg laying or nectaring), as well as butterfly larvae or eggs, can be registered as well. Transect walks in Europe are performed weekly, but here in Israel, we conduct them once in two weeks from the beginning of October to the end of June - to account for the longer activity period of butterflies in Israel, and the impacts of climate change.

Personas asociadas al proyecto:

Israel Peer
  • Curador
Racheli Schwartz-Tzachor Schwartz-Tzachor
  • Proveedor De Contenido
Guy Pe'er
  • Investigador Principal

Métodos de muestreo

Transects are divided into 50m sections and range between 300m and 600m in total length. A transect usually covers a single habitat type. The observer counts the number of every butterfly species that can be seen within a 5m range for each section within the transect. As in all other systematic Butterfly Monitoring Schemes (BMS), the entire transect must always be walked (partial transect walks are not recorded). Furthermore, when no butterfly species are seen for the entire transect, the absence event is still recorded using “-s00” standard notation. Special behaviours such as egg laying or drinking nectar as well as butterfly larvae or eggs can be recorded as well.

Área de Estudio Transect walks for Butterfly Monitoring Schemes (BMS) in Europe are usually performed weekly, but here in Israel, we conduct them once every two weeks from the beginning of October to the end of June - to account for the longer activity period of butterflies in Israel, and the impacts of climate change.
Control de Calidad Every reported record is flagged "forApproval". Record status is changed to "Approved" upon and by expert only. Species out of season or distribution area are flagged for additional verification.

Descripción de la metodología paso a paso:

  1. Selection of location and route of transect is verified by a scientific/principal investigator.
  2. On the first visit to a new transect, the observer is guided by an expert along the transect. Note each section is numbered and marked.
  3. Start time and weather conditions are recorded first.
  4. During transect walk, the observer walks the entire transect and for each section records the count of every butterfly species that can be seen within a 5x5x5m imaginary cube (i.e., within a range of 2.5 m to the sides and 5 m front and above).
  5. To avoid errors in abundance calculations, individuals that cannot be identified to the species level are registered either by family or as a predefined complex of two or three similar species.
  6. Butterflies seen outside of the 5m range can be recorded by the observer as ‘Extra’ alongside the code of the nearest section (e.g. 5-extra). However, these extra observations are regarded as sporadic data and are never included in the total number of butterflies observed within the controlled transect area.
  7. Time ends is recorded.
  8. If no butterflies are seen for the entire transect, the observer types "non seen" to ensure that the absence event is still registered. Note this is important later on when modelling butterfly flight curves and abundances taking into consideration all observations events.
  9. Observer logs in to the server and types in the data. Absence events are recorded using “-s00” – standard notation.
  10. Data is ready for verification by the expert.

Referencias bibliográficas

  1. For more information on Israel's butterflies, see Benyamini, D. (2002) A Field Guide to the Butterflies of Israel, Including of Mt. Hermon, Sinai and Jordan (Revised edition). Keter Publishing House, Jerusalem (in Hebrew. Maps and activity periods are illustrated visually).
  2. For effective data analysis, see: Dennis, E. B., Freeman, S. N., Brereton, T., Roy, D. B. (2013), Indexing butterfly abundance whilst accounting for missing counts and variability in seasonal pattern. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 4: 637–645. doi: 10.1111/2041-210X.12053 https://dx.doi.org/10.1111/2041-210X.12053
  3. Schmucki, R., G. Pe'er, D. B. Roy, C. Stefanescu, C. Van Swaay, T. H. Oliver, M. Kuusaari, A. Van Strien, L. Ries, J. Settele, M. Musche, J. Carnicer, O. Schweiger, T. Brereton, A. Harpke, J. Heliölä, E. Kühn, and R. Julliard (2015) Regionally informed abundance index for supporting integrative analyses across butterfly monitoring schemes. Journal of Applied Ecology, online first. doi: 10.1111/1365-2664.12561 https://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1365-2664.12561
  4. For guidelines on systematic butterfly monitoring see Van Swaay, C., Regan, E., Ling, M., Bozhinovska, E., Fernandez, M., Marini-Filho, O.J., Huertas, B., Phon, C.-K., K”orösi, A., Meerman, J., Pe’er, G., Uehara-Prado, M., Sáfián, S., Sam, L., Shuey, J., Taron, D., Terblanche, R., and Underhill, L. (2015). Guidelines for Standardised Global Butterfly Monitoring. Group on Earth Observations Biodiversity Observation Network, Leipzig, Germany. GEO BON Technical Series 1, 32pp. http://www.geobon.org/Downloads/reports/GEOBON/2015/Global%20Butterfly%20Monitoring_Web.pdf

Metadatos adicionales

All sampling events in this dataset are recorded at the section level. Users who wish to derive butterfly density, please sum up all butterflies observed in all sections within a given transect, and calculate the area as "total-transect-length x 5m". The total number of sections within a given transect can be found in the measurements or facts data.

Propósito The main objective of the scheme is to provide reliable data for assessing the status and trends in the abundance and phenology of Israel's butterflies, for both conservation and research purposes.
Identificadores alternativos 647ae6f8-8e26-4189-b448-02b45b7ad884
http://cloud.gbif.org/eubon/resource?r=butterflies-monitoring-scheme-il