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sPlot - iDiv@sPlot_iDivThe Global Vegetation-Plot Database a Platform of the German Centre for Integrative Biodiversity Research (iDiv). Curated by Gabriella Damasceno. Views my own. idiv.de/en/splot.html Halle (Saale), Germany Joined April 2018
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Do you already know the open version of sPlot, sPlotOpen? If not, this is a good opportunity to check it out! We have released an updated version correcting some mismatches in species occurrences. You can access the version 2.0 of this open dataset at doi.org/10.25829/idiv.…
ThoreEngel @ThoreEngel3 months ago
🙌New paper in @GEB_macro! Using @sPlot_iDiv data, we analyzed the role of plant functional diversity structure for productivity in grasslands around the world. 🌿We found that trait means are important, functional diversity not really🌱 onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.11…
Valerio Pillar @vdpillar3 months ago
Nice to see Thore Engel’s paper published! It used the @sPlot_iDiv global vegetation plot data base and started during Thore’s MSc at the Graduate Program in Ecology, UFRGS, Porto Alegre. onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/ge…
📢📢 New sPlot paper published! ⭐️⭐️ @ThoreEngel led this great study in which the prevalence of traits from dominant species drives ecosystem function in grasslands worldwide. Check it at onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.11… twitter.com/UniboBiome/sta…
@Javier_Lopatin Thank you for pointing out, @Javier_Lopatin. It is a world I will use with more parsimonia in the future.
@KambachStephan This is a new large-extent study with a number of co-authors contributing to the European Vegetation Archive (EVA) and @sPlot_iDiv.
Plant functional traits should be tightly linked to climate, but this was elusive to prove at the global scale. @KambachStephan shows why: The relationship is habitat specific 🔥Hot off the press🔥nature.com/articles/s4146…
BIOME - Biodiversity and Macroecology @UniboBiome4 months ago
Plant functional traits should be tightly linked to climate, but this was elusive to prove at the global scale. @KambachStephan shows why: The relationship is habitat specific 🔥Hot off the press🔥nature.com/articles/s4146… @sPlot_iDiv
Sophie Wolf @so_phiewolf7 months ago
I am excited to share our new @NatureEcoEvo paper that uses @inaturalist citizen science observations to map plant functional traits on a global scale! 🔗nature.com/articles/s4155… #iNatTraitMaps #CitizenScience #firstpaper @Rsc4Earth @UniLeipzig @NFDI4BioDiv @idiv 🧵1/8
Miguel Mahecha @MiguelDMahecha7 months ago
I am very happy for @so_phiewolf! Her first PhD paper was just published @NatureEcoEvo where she combined @inaturalist #CitizenScience data and @TryPlantTraitDB to generate global maps of #planttraits and compared them to @sPlot_iDiv nature.com/articles/s4155… 🧵1/7
There is a #paradox in #biodiversity conservation: species disappear regionally, but local species richness is stable @HelgeBruelheide @idiv @UniHalle and colleagues tackle this problem for Germany. Hot of the press: nature.com/articles/s4158…
Georg Hähn @GeorgHaehn8 months ago
Happy to have the opportunity to present my results on the distribution patterns of functional and phylogenetic diversity in vascular plant communities as a talk at #BES2022.
@sPlot_iDiv #Ecology #Diversity #PD #FD
@MartinezPastur @rikimore7 Dear Guillermo, I tried to contact you at your email at conicet.gov.ar but the message bounced back. Is there any other email address I can write you?
TreeDì @TreeDi18 months ago
Research Officer (m/f/d) for the project "MultiTroph Data management" (Z2), @GeobotanyHalle, @UniHalle | Halle (Saale), Germany | Closing date: 15 October 2022
@nehamohanbabu Thank you Neha, I'll write you next week with more information!
@Ricard_Arasa Dear Ricard, thank you! I guess I just replied to your e-mail today, right?
@amjadqau2009 Hi Amjad, thank you! I'll contact you next week with more information. Have a nice weekend.
@MartinezPastur @rikimore7 Great! Can I have your e-mail for further contact to discuss your contribution? Thank you.
@rikimore7 Yes, of course! I'll send you an e-mail with more information soon, it would be great to include such a long dataset!
@floryannelli @BESInvasionSci hahaha Was it you behind the BES account? Cool, I'm happy to welcome you onboard soon. =)
@nehamohanbabu No, plot size can vary from 1m² to a few hectares as it totally depends on the vegetation being sampled. This information is included in the database and is used to standardize the data for analyses. Can I contact you by e-mail to further discuss the possibilities?
@ashish_nerlekar We definitely are! Our database includes all vascular plants plus lichens and mosses when sampled. I'll send you an e-mail to discuss your contribution.
@abha_manohar Hi Abha, Thank you for reaching out. I'll send you an e-mail with more details.
@KlausRiede @naturejule Thank you for sharing; I'll read the paper and try to contact the authors.
@BESInvasionSci Great! Drop me a direct message here with your contact or send me an e-mail at [email protected]
@dhyani_shalini @vijaybarve Hi Shalini, could you please send me your e-mail address by direct message? I can then send you more information about how to contribute.
@hovendenlab Hi Mark, good to know you have data to contribute. Can you please direct message me your email for contact? TERN is already onboard our current version, sPlot 3.0. I'll contact them soon to ask for updates. And I'll also get in touch with Karel Mokany to discuss HAVPlot data.
@mizoraman @vjjan91 @birdmapper That is great, thanks!
@KlausRiede @naturejule Hi Klaus, are you referring to the size of the plots? If so, it is probably true, given the plot area varies according to the type of community sampled.
@GMoulatlet Yes! Fern data, as well as surveys including mosses and lichens, are also welcome!