Our next community webinar will explore another example of how the new data model expands the possibilities for evolving and enriching the Darwin Core standard, this time taken from the WorldFAIR project led by CODATA and the Research Data Alliance.
GBIF and Embrapa are leading adjacent work packages on biodiversity and agricultural biodiversity for this EU-funded project. Following an overview of their work packages, team members will discuss the results of Embrapa's effort to map interactions data on plant pollinators to Darwin Core's Extended Measurement or Facts extension and its implications for the new data model.
|15:00-15:05||Welcome and introduction||Alex Delipalta
|15:05-15:20||WorldFAIR WP9: Overview of the GBIF Unified Data Model||Joe Miller & John Wieczorek
|15:20-15:35||WorldFAIR WP10: Use cases for agriculture-related pollinator data standards||Debora Drucker
|15:35-15:55||Panel and Q&A
Connecting the work packages: GBIF Unified Model and interactions data on plant pollination
José Augusto Salim
- Diversifying the GBIF Data Model
- Use Case: Biotic Interactions - Sottunga Island Melitaea cinxia Population Study
- Data standard for sharing ecological and environmental monitoring data documented for community review (WorldFAIR Deliverable 9.1)
- Agriculture-related pollinator data standards use cases report (WorldFAIR Deliverable 10.1)
- Salim JA et al., Data standardization of plant-pollinator interactions, GigaScience, Volume 11, 2022a, giac043