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The new data paper is published in the journal “Ecological Research” online version. A dataset for vascular plant diversity monitoring for the natural World Heritage site on Amami-Oshima Island, Tokunoshima Island, and the northern Okinawa Island Authors: Hironori Toyama, Kumiko Totsu, Shuichiro Tagane, Shin-ichiro Aiba, Shin Ugawa, Eizi Suzuki, Kaito Yamazaki, Kengo Fuse, Atsushi Takashima, Nariko Toyama, Taku Kadoya, Yayoi Takeuchi Data (Darwin Core Archive) is available on GBIF portal.
The Japanese Journal of Conservation Ecology has accepted an opinion paper written by a volunteer JBIF staff member. Since it is expected to take some time to be published, a postprint has been posted on the author’s SNS site. Please Click here to view. Title：Future perspective of Biodiversity Informatics in Japan based on the history of Japan Node of Global Biodiversity Information Facility (JBIF) Authors：Takeshi Osawa, Hiromune Mitsuhashi, Tsuyoshi Hosoya, Utsugi Jinbo, Kyohei Watanabe, Makoto Mochida
The new data paper is published in the journal “Ecological Research” online version. Underwater video and still‐image dataset of fishes and other aquatic animals in Lake Biwa, Japan, observed via carp‐mounted video loggers Authors: Makoto A. Yoshida, Kumiko Totsu, Katsufumi Sato, Kohji Mabuchi Data (Darwin Core Archive) is available on GBIF portal.
The new data paper is published in the journal “Ecological Research” online version. Acoustic monitoring data of anuran species inside and outside the evacuation zone of the Fukushima Daiichi power plant accident Authors: Akira Yoshioka, Noe Matsushima, Shoma Jingu, Nao Kumada, Ryoko Yokota, Kumiko Totsu, Keita Fukasawa Data (Darwin Core Archive) is available on GBIF portal.
The new paper (AWARD PAPER) is published in the journal “Ecological Research”. Open Access. Perspectives on biodiversity informatics for ecology author: Takeshi Osawa (Tokyo Metropolitan University)
The new data paper is published in the journal “Biodiversity Data Journal” online version. This paper reports on insect and plant observation records based on the collection of photographs with GPS data through a citizen-participatory survey. A crowdsourcing approach to collecting photo-based insect and plant observation records. Authors: Takeshi Osawa (Institute for Agro-Environmental Sciences, NARO, Tsukuba, Japan) et al. Data is available on GBIF portal.
The new data paper is published in the journal “Mycology” online version. In this paper, the authors have developed and published a checklist of fungi that occur on beech, a tree endemic to Japan. A check list of non-lichenised fungi occurring on Fagus crenata, a tree endemic to Japan. Authors: Tsuyoshi Hosoya (Department of Botany, National Museum of Nature and Science, Tsukuba, Japan) et al.
The new data paper is published in the journal “Biodiversity Data Journal” online version. This is the result of three years of spider monitoring in natural and artificial forests on Yakushima Island, where specimens were organized and label information was made available as open data. Specimen records of spiders (Arachnida: Araneae) by monthly census for 3 years in forest areas of Yakushima Island, Japan Authors: Takeshi Osawa (Institute for Agro-environmental Sciences, Tsukuba, Japan) et al. ...
Biodiversity Informatics (Vol. 8, No. 2) has been published on the theme of biodiversity information dissemination that meets user needs. It includes two papers on GBIF data dissemination and a paper on the Audubon Core, a standard format for describing multimedia information on biodiversity and being developed by the TDWG. Biodiversity Informatics