Research infrastructure challenges in preparing essential biodiversity variables data products for alien invasive species

@inproceedings{Hardisty2019ResearchIC,
  title={Research infrastructure challenges in preparing essential biodiversity variables data products for alien invasive species},
  author={Alex R. Hardisty and Lee Belbin and Donald Hobern and Melodie A McGeoch and Rebecca Pirzl and Kristen Jennifer Williams and W Daniel Kissling},
  year={2019}
}
Essential Biodiversity Variables (EBV) are information products for assessing 17 biodiversity change. Species populations EBVs are one class of EBVs that can be used to monitor 18 the spread of invasive species. However, systematic, reliable, repeatable procedures to process 19 primary data into EBVs do not yet exist, and environmental research infrastructures still must 20 improve their capabilities to deliver EBV data products. Here, we tested the ability of two mature 21 biodiversity data… CONTINUE READING

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