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Improving Darwin Core for research and management of alien species

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Improving Darwin Core for research and management of alien species. / Groom, Quentin; Desmet, Peter; Reyserhove, Lien; Adriaens, Tim; Oldoni, Damiano; Vanderhoeven, Sonia; Baskauf, Steven J; Chapman, Arthur; McGeoch, Melodie; Walls, Ramona; Wieczorek, John; Wilson, John R.U.; Zermoglio, Paula F F; Simpson, Annie.

In: Biodiversity Information Science and Standards, Vol. 3, 10.10.2019, p. e38084.

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Groom, Q, Desmet, P, Reyserhove, L, Adriaens, T, Oldoni, D, Vanderhoeven, S, Baskauf, SJ, Chapman, A, McGeoch, M, Walls, R, Wieczorek, J, Wilson, JRU, Zermoglio, PFF & Simpson, A 2019, 'Improving Darwin Core for research and management of alien species', Biodiversity Information Science and Standards, vol. 3, pp. e38084. https://doi.org/10.3897/biss.3.38084

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Groom, Quentin ; Desmet, Peter ; Reyserhove, Lien ; Adriaens, Tim ; Oldoni, Damiano ; Vanderhoeven, Sonia ; Baskauf, Steven J ; Chapman, Arthur ; McGeoch, Melodie ; Walls, Ramona ; Wieczorek, John ; Wilson, John R.U. ; Zermoglio, Paula F F ; Simpson, Annie. / Improving Darwin Core for research and management of alien species. In: Biodiversity Information Science and Standards. 2019 ; Vol. 3. pp. e38084.

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title = "Improving Darwin Core for research and management of alien species",
abstract = "To improve the suitability of the Darwin Core standard for the research and management of alien species, the standard needs to express the native status of organisms, how well established they are and how they came to occupy a location. To facilitate this, we propose:1. To adopt a controlled vocabulary for the existing Darwin Core term dwc:establishmentMeans2. To elevate the pathway term from the Invasive Species Pathways extension to become a new Darwin Core term dwc:pathway maintained as part of the Darwin Core standard3. To adopt a new Darwin Core term dwc:degreeOfEstablishment with an associated controlled vocabularyThese changes to the standard will allow users to clearly state whether an occurrence of a species is native to a location or not, how it got there (pathway), and to what extent the species has become a permanent feature of the location. By improving Darwin Core for capturing and sharing these data, we aim to improve the quality of occurrence and checklist data in general and to increase the number of potential uses of these data.",
author = "Quentin Groom and Peter Desmet and Lien Reyserhove and Tim Adriaens and Damiano Oldoni and Sonia Vanderhoeven and Baskauf, {Steven J} and Arthur Chapman and Melodie McGeoch and Ramona Walls and John Wieczorek and Wilson, {John R.U.} and Zermoglio, {Paula F F} and Annie Simpson",
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AU - Reyserhove, Lien

AU - Adriaens, Tim

AU - Oldoni, Damiano

AU - Vanderhoeven, Sonia

AU - Baskauf, Steven J

AU - Chapman, Arthur

AU - McGeoch, Melodie

AU - Walls, Ramona

AU - Wieczorek, John

AU - Wilson, John R.U.

AU - Zermoglio, Paula F F

AU - Simpson, Annie

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