GEO BON List of deliverables for 2015

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GEO BON List of deliverables for 2015

Taken from the r
eport
-
back presentations

(except for WG6)

on the final day of the All
-
hands
meeting 6 Dec 2012


WG1
-

Genes

1.

Biodiversity Genomic Assessment Reports

(Tet
Yahara
)

2.

Aichi target 13: within species,
indicators/EBVs



genetic diversity of wild species
(Michael
Bruford
)



genetic diversity of agricultural
-
biodiversity
(Ehsan

Dulloo
)

3.

Genomic Observatories
(Neil
Davies,
Dawn
Field
)



N
ote: includes places (genomics)
and transects (DNA barcoding first )

4.

Phylogen
etic diversi
ty extended measures of change (Dan
Faith
)



Including application to legumes (AP BON)


WG2


Terrestrial species

1.

Building up a gl
obal species monitoring network



Establish partnership and integrate existing monitoring programs



Catalogue of state
-
wide or wider scale monitoring programs, datasets and data
sources



Capacity building for species monitoring in globally underrepresented regions (“gap
regions”)

2.

Mobilizing species data for describing biodiversity change



Geo
-
referenced grid
-
based web
dataset for several groups/regions



Th
e World’s Worst: Priority invasive species across environments, taxa and regions

3.

Delivering products for users at national, regional and global scales in support of
NBSAPs and Aichi targets



EBV paper

(Pereira et al.)



Ga
p analysis on species monitoring

(Dirk Schmeller, Neil Brummitt, Maria ?)



Global monitoring schemes of EBVs based on intensive sites

(Dirk Schmeller)



Case study of organizing biodiversity data around EBVs

(Richard Gregory, Henrique
Pereira, Chris van Swaay
,
Melodie McGeoch, Sé
verin
Tchibozo
, Elaine Wright, Peter

Bellingham
, Dirk Schmeller, Neil Brummitt)



Assessing indicators against real datasets (HarmBio project
, Henrique Pereira
)



Integrating extensive and intensive network monitoring with EBVs and identif
ying
gaps (
Post
-
2015
)


WG3


Terrestrial Ecosystems

1.

Chapter 3 of the GEOBON Handbook. Theme Lead Wageningen University (Rob
Jongman).

2.

Building the network of field sites. Theme Lead Centre for Ecosystem and Hydrology
(Terry Parr).

3.

Ecosystem elements and es
sential biodiversity variables. Theme Lead University
Twente (Andrew Skidmore).

4.

Global ecosystem mapping and stratification. Theme Lead USGS (Roger Sayre).

5.

Ecosystem restoration and degradation. Theme Lead Aberystwyth University (Richard
Lucas).

6.

Links to o
ther GEO groups. Theme Lead CSIRO (Craig James).

7.

Capacity building. Theme Lead Humboldt Institute (Nancy Aguirre).


WG4
-

Freshwater Ecosystems

1.

Establish a Global Wetlands Observing System

2.

Draft of first State of the World Wetlands Report

3.

Draft Global A
tla
s of Freshwater Biodiversity published


4.

Global map of wetland extent completed


5.

Citizen
-
science protocol for on
-
ground verification of wetland extend trialled and
published


6.

Handbook

Chapter 7


WG5
-

Marine Ecosystems

1.

Annual Global (CPR plankton) ocean Ecological Status Report (Peter Burkill)

2.

Assessment of population time
-
series datasets and monitoring stations

(Anthony
Richardson, Carlos Duarte)

3.

Gaps maps: where there is and is not ground
-
truth data for marine biodiver
sity over
time; by country and/or sea or region; by ecology

(Ward Appeltans (OBIS))

4.

Global bacterial richness assessment map and link to ecosystem function and services
(Linda Amaral
-
Zettler)

5.

Compendium of global environmental data layers (models) includin
g future scenarios
on a website (Henry Ruhl, Mark Costello, P
at Halpin, VLIZ, IODE, i
Marine)

6.

Permanent ocean pelagic habitat features map (Patricio Bernal, Peter Miller)

7.

Descriptions of ocean environmental and species data (and hotspots) that inform EBSA
(
Pat Halpin)

8.

P
lan for how to monitor ocean biodiversity
(
Francisco Chavez, Ian Poiner, Henry Ruhl &
WG)

9.

Future marine benthic biodiversity (spatial extent, biomass)
(
Henry Ruhl
)

10.

Global map of marine ecosystems underpinned by environmental data using GEO
Eco
systems approach, overlaid by MPA & biogeography

(
Mark Costello, Zeenatul
Basher, VLIZ
)

11.

World map of marine IAS occurrences and potential ranges
(Sergej Olenin)

12.

Deep sea and open ocean biogeography

(
Pedro Martinez
)


WG6


Ecosystem Service
s

1.

Framework for o
bserving ecosystem services and reporting change at the national
scale.

2.

Standards for in
-
situ observations

3.

Recommendations for enhancing household surveys to better capture reliance on
ecosystem services

4.

Demonstration of how existing data and models can b
e used to produce regularly
updated global maps of initial service set

5.

Standard methods for assessing multi
-
ecosystem services tradeoffs and synergies

6.

Data gaps in remote

sensing for ecosystem service observation and modelling


WG7
-

Modelling

1.

Global esti
mation of change in retention of terrestrial biodiversity as a function of
observed change in habitat condition & climate

2.

Global assessment of change in representation of terrestrial biodiversity within
protected areas

3.

Global projection of change in
retention & protection of terrestrial biodiversity under
future scenarios of land use & climate


WG8


Data

1.

Registry interoperability



GBIF Registry



EU BON /GEOSS registry/ broker



BioVeL Bio
diversity (Services) Catalogue



DataONE/ KNB/ LTER

2.

Data index and
data services



GBIF



TDWG/ ABCD Extensions

3.

Data provider tools



GBIF, EU BON, DataONE



GEO SBA Sources

4.

Modelling web services



WG7 Test Case



BioVeL Services Catalogue

5.

AIP
-
6 to test the end
-
to
-
end use case



SAEON/ SAEOSS Shared Platform

6.

Helpdesk and tech support



EU BON



GBIF capacity building

7.

Best practice



Recommendations on use of standards



Handbook Chapter


WG9


Indicators

TBD