This interactive map represents an intuitive interface for viewing the information collected at each site by our researchers.

How to navigate?

At each site, information about the habitat type, the year of sampling and a small selection of photos are displayed. Soon, it will also be possible to call up lists of individual species.

A pop-up window for each biodiversity monitoring survey site displays the land use category, the survey year and in some cases a short site description. In addition, for several species groups the number of species surveyed is displayed.

If the letters “n/a” appear instead of an exact numerical value, the determination of the species group has not yet been completed.

At the bottom right, by clicking on the photo icon (if present) you can view a selection of photographs taken at each site.

If you prefer to view only some of our studied habitats, you can apply a filter in the top right pane and select sites according to different habitat types.

Taxonomic data and all of the complete soil parameters we measure are available in our database. Those interested in requesting specific data can contact us at biodiversity@eurac.edu

We will soon be enhancing the map with additional features and making our database metadata available.

How can I use this data? (Data license)

The public data accessible without registration are released with a CC BY-NC-ND 3.0 IT license. This license allows others to copy and redistribute in an any medium or format except for a commercial use. All rights of intellectual property of the data remain with Eurac Research. If you remix, transform, or build upon the material, you may not distribute the modified material. When using the data, you must give appropriate credit as follows: “We thank Eurac Research’s project Biodiversity Monitoring South Tyrol”.

Taxonomic data and all of the complete soil parameters we measure are available in our database. Those interested in requesting specific data can contact us at biodiversity@eurac.edu

 

 

Implementation of interactive map: Alessandro Galasso, Chiara Paniccia

Support and supervision: Martin Palma, Mairhofer Michael, Luca Cattani, Norbert Andreatta, Lukasz Karolak, Stefano Della Chiesa, Andreas Hilpold

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