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The Pollinator Data Resource for the Americas. IABIN Pollinators Thematic Network. This Presentation. This Presentation. Background Purpose Interoperability with other TN’s and DIAG Tools and Products Services Outreach Sustainability. Background. 1 in 3 bites of food. Background.

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    1. The Pollinator Data Resource for the Americas IABIN Pollinators Thematic Network

    2. This Presentation This Presentation • Background • Purpose • Interoperability with other TN’s and DIAG • Tools and Products • Services • Outreach • Sustainability

    3. Background 1 in 3 bites of food

    4. Background Beverages, fibers, spices, and medicines

    5. Background Wild areas

    6. Background $US 125 Billion worldwide

    7. Accurate data needed for decision makers Pollinators are showing disturbing signs of decline worldwide

    8. Purpose Create a network of pollinator databases that shares pollinator-related content through common data standards and exchange protocols.

    9. Created in Parallel with other TN’s • One of the “youngest” TN’s • Fully interoperable with DIAG • Update System in place • Data cleansed through CIAT • Working to share data with SSTN

    10. What has been Accomplished in the Pollinator Thematic Network? • Began with an extensive global survey of users • Where did they go for data? • What did they need and want?

    11. Tools and Products • Darwin Core Extended for Plant-Pollinator Interactions

    12. Tools and Products • Pollinator Contacts Database (200+ and growing)

    13. Tools and Products • Pollinator Data Portal

    14. Tools and Products • Manuals for each tool in 3 languages • LISTSERV of contributors • Network of contributors

    15. Tools and Products • Pollinator Data Digitizer

    16. Tools and Products • Pollinator Data Digitizer • Biodiversity Data Digitizer*

    17. Biodiversity Data Digitizer - BDD

    18. Digitization

    19. Menu

    20. Search for Species Records

    21. Interaction Records

    22. Statistical Analysis

    23. Mapping

    24. Services • 4 Training Courses • Reviewed and managed data content from 16 grantees • Help desk and support of grantees

    25. Digitization Training Course

    26. PTN People Network

    27. SPECIMEN INTERACTION

    28. Content Coverage ArgentinaBrazil – 10CanadaChile – 2ColombiaCosta RicaEcuadorEl SalvadorGuatemalaMexicoPanamaParaguayUSA

    29. Pollinator Data Content Grantees • 16 IABIN Grants provided for data content • 12 institutions • 11 countries: • Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Mexico, Panama, Paraguay, Peru

    30. Outreach • NAPPC Meeting in Washington – 3 years • OAS Reception – 2 years

    31. Outreach • SBSTA • Bohn • Rome • Japan • TDWG – 3 years • E-Biosphere • Bee Meeting in Brazil – 2 years • and many others

    32. Outreach Presentations coming at: • Rio+20 • Brazilian Pollinators Initiative • North American Pollinator Protection Campaign • Apimondia 2012

    33. Outreach – Brochure 1

    34. Outreach – Brochure 1

    35. Sustainability • Connected all our data providers

    36. Sustainability • Worked collaboratively (Government, NGO, and University)

    37. Sustainability • Hosting split between USA (webpage and portal) and Brazil (data portal and tools)

    38. Sustainability of the PTN • Worked with funding from others – UN FAO, FAPESP, Ministry of Environment

    39. Sustainability Our infrastructure is online and externally dependent only on: • ITIS • Biogeomancer • Google

    40. Sustainability of the PTN • Support from UNEP/FAO/GEF Global Pollinator project • Brazilian project tools • Proposal to be submitted to Brazilian agencies • Development of new tools, analysis, data, • Support from the Research Center on Biodiversity and Computing- USP • FAO to support Contacts DB (+ crops) • 2 proposals written and beginning distribution

    41. For More Information Visit pollinators.iabin.net Laurie Davies Adams Pollinator Partnership LDA@pollinator.org Prof. Antonio Mauro Saraiva Universidade de São Paulo saraiva@usp.br

    42. Thank you Muchas Gracias Obrigado

    43. Pollinator Data Digitizer

    44. Biodiversity Data Digitizer • Lessons from Pollinator Data Digitizer • Spreadsheets sync (bidirectional) • Data quality features • auto-complete – all fields • auto-suggestions • Taxonomy – full taxonomic hierarchy • Geospatial – Georeferencing tool • Richer data content digitization • Multimedia (MRTG standard) • Bibliographic References (Dublin Core) • Better user experience

    45. Biodiversity Data Digitizer • Demos

    46. Pollinator Data Portal • Access to occurrence and interaction data • 1100k of specimens in collections • 29k of pollinator-plant interactions • Key for decision support in agriculture and conservation/sustainable management • Datasets from multiple sources • Access to Pollinator Contacts Database

    47. Pollinator Data Portal by species/classification direct search by species – Interaction By countries By datasets

    48. Pollinators of the Americas Project Data Distribution Nov. 5, 2006 ~90,000 specimens & Observations (Source: L. Speers, GBIF) Aug. 18, 2009 281,037 specimens & observations(Source:IABIN PTN Portal)