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Les chercheurs doivent citer cette ressource comme suit:
Shrestha B B (2019): alien_flora_of_nepal_tuch. v1.1. Central Department of Botany, Tribhuvan University. Dataset/Occurrence. http://ipt.taibif.tw/resource?r=alien_flora_of_nepal_tuch&v=1.1
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L’éditeur et détenteur des droits de cette ressource est Central Department of Botany, Tribhuvan University. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Non Commercial (CC-BY-NC) 4.0 License.
Cette ressource a été enregistrée sur le portail GBIF, et possède l'UUID GBIF suivante : 8af571a4-135f-4ca0-acd8-16983cf6ee77. Central Department of Botany, Tribhuvan University publie cette ressource, et est enregistré dans le GBIF comme éditeur de données avec l'approbation du Participant Node Managers Committee.
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Nepal - which lies between India and China in Asia.
|Enveloppe géographique||Sud Ouest [26,195, 79,805], Nord Est [30,6, 88,374]|
All vascular plants were identified to species level.
|Phylum||Tracheophyta (Vascular plants)|
|Date de début / Date de fin||1959-05-18 / 2019-02-20|
Données sur le projet
A research project on Mobilizing occurrence data of the alien and endemic plant species of Nepal was implemented by the Central Department of Botany, Tribhuvan University (CDB TU), Kathmandu and the Department of Plant Resources (DPR), Ministry of Forest and Environment, Government of Nepal, in association with Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh, Scotland, UK. The CDB TU is managing Tribhuvan University Central Herbarium (TUCH) and the DPR is managing National Herbarium and Plant Laboratories (KATH). Herbarium specimens that have been deposited at TUCH and KATH were digitized (photography and data capturing).
|Titre||Mobilizing occurrence data of alien and endemic plant species of Nepal|
|Financement||The main funding for this project (BIFA3_025) came from the Biodiversity Information Fund for Asia (BIFA) program of the Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF) which was funded by Ministry of Environment, Government of Japan. Co-funding came from the Central Department of Botany (Tribhuvan University), Department of Plant Resources, and Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh (UK).|
|Description du domaine d'étude / de recherche||This work covered the entire area of Nepal which lies between India and China in Asia. The country has been divided into three ecological regions: western (west of 83 degree east latitude), central (between 83 and 86.5 degree east latitude) and eastern (east of 86.5 degree east latitude). Politically, the country has been also divided into 77 districts (previously 75 districts). During this project, we digitized herbarium specimens of the flowering plants (limited to alien and endemic plants) collected since 1925 AD.|
|Description du design||The aim of the project was to digitize and publish occurrence data of the alien and endemic plants of Nepal based on the herbarium specimens. The project started with the preparation and validation of the checklist of the alien and endemic plant species of Nepal. We finalized the checklist of 179 alien species and 313 endemic species. Herbarium specimens of these species that have been deposited at Tribhuvan University Central Herbarium (TUCH) and National Herbarium and Plant Laboratories (KATH) were sorted out and identification confirmed with the help of taxonomic experts. During the project period, additional herbarium specimens of the alien species were also collected through co-funding. In addition, researchers and students of the Central Department of Botany, Tribhuvan University also contributed some herbarium voluntarily to the TUCH. In each herbarium specimen, barcode and institutional stamp were put. In addition, color chart and scale were put at the time of the photography of the specimens. We used camera at TUCH and scanner at KATH for capturing images of the specimens. Information associated with each specimen were entered in database using MS excel and/or MS Access and formatted according to the Darwin Core Standard.|
Les personnes impliquées dans le projet:
Using the checklist of alien flowering plants of Nepal (179 species), herbarium specimens deposited at Tribhuvan University Central Herbarium (TUCH) were checked and sorted out. Identification of the specimens were checked and verified by taxonomic experts. All the herbarium specimens of the alien plant species were photographed and related information were captured.
|Etendue de l'étude||The database includes the occurrence records of the alien plants of Nepal based on the herbarium specimens that have been deposited at Tribhuvan University Central Herbarium (TUCH). The specimens were collected from different part of Nepal by researchers.|
|Contrôle qualité||Identification of plants were confirmed by taxonomic experts of the project team. In situation when geographic coordinates (latitude and longitude) were absent in the original records, geo-referencing was done but this was limited to only those specimens which has sufficiently detail description of the collection localities. The geographic coordinates obtained from the geo-referencing were presented up to two digit after decimal point. Entire data was managed in Darwin Core Standard format.|
Description des étapes de la méthode:
- Using the checklist of alien flowering plants of Nepal (179 species), herbarium specimens deposited at Tribhuvan University Central Herbarium (TUCH) were checked and sorted out. Identification of the specimens were checked and verified by taxonomic experts. All the herbarium specimens of the alien plant species were photographed and related information were captured. In situation when geographic coordinates (latitude and longitude) were absent in the original records, geo-referencing was done but this was limited to only those specimens which has sufficiently detail description of the collection localities. The geographic coordinates obtained from the geo-referencing were presented up to two digit after decimal point. Data were captured by research assistants. The raw data were checked for uniformity of the format and accepted scientific names including author citation. Entire data was managed in Darwin Core (DwC) Standard format in the template that was available in GBIF. OccurrenceID was designed by combining institution code (i.e. TUCH), district code (two letters for each district; for example KT for Kathmandu district) and bar code number with colon in between them. We considered 75 districts in Nepal (In current system the number of districts is 77 but all the herbarium collections mentioned district according to 75 district system). We mentioned ecological regions (eastern Nepal, central Nepal and western Nepal) under the heading of ‘stateProvince’ and district name under ‘county’ in the DwC format. Before starting publication, the database was validated and inconsistencies identified during validation were fixed by checking raw data and original specimens. When data was ready, we communicated with data hosting institution which has installed Integrated Publishing Toolkit (IPT). Earlier to this, we registered the organization as data published in GBIF.
Données de collection
|Nom de la collection||Tribhuvan University Central Herbarium (TUCH)|
|Méthode de conservation des spécimens||Dried and pressed|
|Objet||The database has been developed and published to fill geographic gap of the freely available occurrence data of plants and inform policy process for the conservation of biodiversity. Specifically, the database helps to meet Nepal’s commitment to make biodiversity data available as a part of Global Strategy for Plant Conservation 2011-2020 of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD).|
|Description de la fréquence de mise à jour||Database will be updated when needed and resources to do that is available.|