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04 de septiembre de 2021

Belang van beheer voor natuurbos, hoe biodiversiteit in het bos te behouden en te versterken

https://www.inaturalist.org/journal/ahospers/56063-218-natuurbosdag-zaterdag-10-juli-4-sept-livestream-10-00-16-00-uur Belang van beheer voor natuurbos, hoe biodiversiteit in het bos te behouden en te versterken, het verzamelen en bewaren van zaad door de Genenbank en Het Levend Archief en het kweken van plantgoed uit wild zaad. In de discussie met de omgeving is het niet voor iedereen vanzelfsprekend dat de biodiversiteit zo hoog mogelijk moet zijn. Uitleggen dat er vroeger meer natuurlijke dynamiek was en dat die nu overgenomen moet worden door mensen heeft dan weinig zin. Is er ten behoeve van een goede dialoog met de omgeving ook niet ook een afweging nodig hoeveel biodiversiteit nodig en gewenst is, ten opzichte van de hoeveelheid beheer die daarvoor nodig is?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7BGFYhkqlSs

Natuurbosdag.nl 4 september

  1. https://live.natuurbosdag.nl
    10 jul www.natuurbosdag.nl https://natuurbosdag.nl/natuurbosdag-10-juli-2021/

    10.00 – 16.00 uur
    NJN-crew vanuit Infoschuur GNR
    https://live.natuurbosdag.nl

  2. 10.00 Welkom en inleiding
    NJN en Wanda van Wilde Wegen

  3. 10.15 Over het belang van (blijvend) beheer voor natuurbos
    Wat moet je doen om biodiversiteit in het bos te behouden en versterken?
    Henk Siebel – Ecoloog bos en biodiversiteit bij Natuurmonumenten

  4. 11.45 Over het behoud van wilde bomen en struiken in de genenbank & de rassenlijst bomen
    Inge Verbeek – Centrum genetische bronnen Nederland, onderzoeker bos

  5. 13.15 Holland – Holtland Met bomen bedekt land
    Lammert Kragt – Staatsbosbeheer Zaad & Plantsoen

  6. 14.00 Over Het Levend Archief en het behoud van wilde bosplanten
    Sina Bohm – Conservator bij Het Levend Archief, doet speciaal onderzoek naar bosplanten bij de WUR

Friese Vrijwilligersdag Natuur

  1. Friese Vrijwilligersdag Natuur Online + Veldactiviteiten
    Online + Veldactiviteiten https://www.slideshare.net/SOVON/presentations in Friesland natuurmonitoring en -onderzoek, herkenning van soorten, toepassing van onderzoeks/telmethoden https://www.youtube.com/SOVONVogelonderzoek/playlists
    https://www.zoogdiervereniging.nl/agenda/2021/friese-vrijwilligersdag-natuur
    https://www.sovon.nl/sites/default/files/doc/PDF-jes/excursies_4-9-2021.pdf

Online lezingenprogramma & film met de boswachter

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7BGFYhkqlSs
Van 13.00 tot 17.15 uur is er een afwisselend online lezingenprogramma en om 20.00 uur is er een film- en gespreksavond over natuurbeheer op Terschelling:

Tijd Friese Lezing 2021
13.00 - 13.20 Inloop en testen
13.20 - 13.30 Welkom door dagvoorzitter Gertie Papenburg (voorzitter FFF)
13.30 - 14.00 Hoe vergaat het de Friese broedvogels? Jelle Postma (Sovon)
14.15 - 14.45 Habitatmonitoring Noardlike Fryske Wâlden - Ernst Oosterveld (bureau Altenburg & Wymenga)
15.00 - 15.30 Meervleermuizen in Friesland - 3 jaar monitoring - John Melis (JM Ecologie)
15.45 - 16.15 Meedoen: soorten van Fries belang monitoren - Sascha van der Meer (FLORON)
16.15 - 16.45 Paneldiscussie o.l.v. Meinte Engelmoer
16.45 - 17.15 Afsluiting met digitale borrel
20.00 - 21.00 Film met boswachter Remi Hougee: natuurbeheer door Staatsbosbeheer op Terschelling

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7BGFYhkqlSs

https://www.sovon.nl/nl/content/kijk-de-landelijke-dag-terug

Nederlandse Ornithologische Unie

  1. 12.00 - 17.00 uur
    Locatie: De Nieuwe Doelen, Spoorstraat 2, 1601GG, Enkhuizen
    Toegang: gratis

  2. Erik Kleyheeg: Ruiende Casarca's in Nederland: waar komen ze vandaan?
  3. Martin Poot: Ecologische monitoring van Krooneenden op de Vinkeveense Plassen
  4. Karen Krijgsveld: Verstoring op vliegvelden: effect van helikopters op leeuweriken
  5. Theo Boudewijn: 14 jaar onderzoek broedsucces Aalscholvers in verontreinigde gebieden
  6. Jonne Kleyheeg-Hartman: Vogels en windmolens: (hoe) kunnen ze samen?
  7. Jan van der Winden: Sterns op De Kreupel

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7BGFYhkqlSs

7 oktober
CoP Beken en Rivieren:
Laat ons weten: wat zijn uw instrumenten en oplossingsrichtingen bij dilemma’s rond water vasthouden in beekdalen?
7 oktober NHGL : paddenstoelen – Mark Smeets
4 november NHGL : Wolven in Limburg – Jan Loos
2 december: vissen in Belg. Limburgse beken – Jos Eykens

Natuurbosdag juli 2021

1 10.00 Welkom en inleiding NJN en Wanda van Wilde Wegen
2 10.20 Over Oerbosonderzoek en omvorming naar natuurlijker bos Henk Koop – Oerwoudonderzoeker Ecobus Consult
11.00 Koffie- en theepauze :https://live.natuurbosdag.nl Drakenburg
3 12.15 Behoud Groen Erfgoed; Wilde bomen en struiken in Nederland Lodewijk van Kemenade – Projectleider Landschapsbeheer Flevoland
12.50 Lunchpauze :https://live.natuurbosdag.nl Drakenburg
4 100 jaar NJN – Nederlandse Jeugdbond voor Natuurstudie https://live.natuurbosdag.nl/ Drakenburg
5 14.20 De minifauna van het bos Bram Mabelis – ecoloog
5 15.05 Natuurbos in de zoeker met Lodewijk van Kemenade
5 15.05 Afsluiting Natuurbosdag https://live.natuurbosdag.nl/

  1. Friese Vrijwilligersdag Natuur Online + Veldactiviteiten
    Online + Veldactiviteiten https://www.slideshare.net/SOVON/presentations in Friesland natuurmonitoring en -onderzoek, herkenning van soorten, toepassing van onderzoeks/telmethoden https://www.youtube.com/SOVONVogelonderzoek/playlists
    https://www.zoogdiervereniging.nl/agenda/2021/friese-vrijwilligersdag-natuur
    https://www.sovon.nl/sites/default/files/doc/PDF-jes/excursies_4-9-2021.pdf
    ZOOM
    Via deze ZOOM-link kun je zaterdag deelnemen aan de online lezingen:
    https://us06web.zoom.us/j/87090651829?pwd=RGtVSE5TaHRrd3Y4NU0vMGs3U3VLUT09
    ZOOM werkt het beste als je het programma download op jouw laptop/computer, i.p.v. openen via de browser.
    Analyse soorten belang zijn Fryslân(pdf)

Bookmarklets, widgets developed by 3rd parties

  1. Depends on what level of tools you’re looking for, but many people are doing diverse stuff https://forum.inaturalist.org/t/several-external-tools-for-inat-data-by-kildor/19906
  2. As a point of comparison, Wikimedia has hundreds of such tools primarily built and maintained by volunteers for curation purposes, for performing repetitive tasks, or for making small customizations in the browser to the default iNat UI. With an an API that’s so well developed and documented, I’m surprised that I haven’t learned about similar tools for iNat. One of the benefits of community-built tools is that they can help reduce the backlog and feature request burden forr core platform maintainers to build everything users want. Sometimes a line of javascript called from your browser bar making a single API call can do miracles :
  3. I have built a smartphone app to help with identifying observations to high level taxa (animal, plant, mushroom).
    https://forum.inaturalist.org/t/am-looking-for-some-test-users-of-an-identification-app/430

  4. https://forum.inaturalist.org/t/biodiversity-education-quiz-game/24454/33 4
    I did not save it either.
    https://forum.inaturalist.org/t/how-well-do-you-know-your-local-wildlife-now-you-can-test-yourself/10711

  5. *Adds functionality to iNaturalist *(https://www.inaturalist.org).
    Current features:

    And I work on pyinaturalist 3, which is a python API client aimed at developers and scientists who want to use iNaturalist data in applications, scripts, data visualizations, etc. It was originally used for Vespa-Watch, which is a good example of the kind of thing you can do with it. Many of the other tools I’ve seen out there are similar, built for a specific purpose like a research project or organization.

    @radrat You’re absolutely right that there is a lot of potential for more tools that could be built on top of the iNat API. Is there a particular kind of tool that you wish existed?

  6. Two tools that I use almost daily are: iNaturalist user-script in Wikidata 3 and iNaturalist2Commons 2 Rainy Sunday hack: Wikidata user-script to view iNaturalist observations for a given item/place.

    And there is my own stubmaker that I use to draft Wikipedia articles. It is a jupyter notebook that fetches information from iNaturalist, GBIF, BHL, Wikimedia commons and combines that into a Wikipedia stub.

    https://github.com/wikiproject-biodiversity/taxonname-wpstubmaker/blob/main/README.md To activate it add the following snippet to your common.js page:
    importScript('User:Abbe98/inaturalist.js');

  7. what is a “tool”? is it an Excel spreadsheet that takes a standard CSV export and generates a bunch of visualizations? is it a pre-defined publicly shared map layer in ArcGIS Online that displays all iNaturalist observations? is it a small web page that shows people their longest observation streaks? is it an R script that generates a packed circles chart of species in a given set of observations? is it a Jupyter notebook that transfers can be used to format iNaturalist data to be imported into another system? is it a whole website and mobile app that allows folks to record and view wild orchid observations?

    there are tons of things that people have built on top of the iNaturalist API(s) and iNat data. there’s just not a great catalog of everything out there because where do you draw the line between what should be included in that catalog and what shouldn’t be?

    if you’re looking for apps that require authorization, just about every one of those should be registered over at https://www.inaturalist.org/oauth/applications 2. (i just created one yesterday, that one was #658.)

    you can find tons of GitHub repos over at https://github.com/topics/inaturalist and https://github.com/search?q=inaturalist. (my personal favorite repo, besides the ones at https://github.com/inaturalist/, is https://github.com/jumear/stirfry. )

    and i’m sure if you go to any other open code or open data repository, you’ll find interesting iNaturalist-related things – for example, https://observablehq.com/search?query=inaturalist.

    and if you search this forum, you’ll find plenty of discussion about different things that people use / have made.

  8. a few months back, i had an idea that i could get a 12- or 24-month series of data from /v1/observations/species_counts (top observed species) and then visualize that data as a bar chart race. i thought that would be a fun / engaging way to see what kinds of birds or plants are observed in a given place over the course of a year or two.

    i started to work on a web page to do this using Javascript + D3, but i straight up failed, discovering that the required D3 skills needed for that effort were greater than what i possessed, or at least greater than i had patience to develop at the time.

    one day, i may try again, using something other than D3, or perhaps just adapting a D3 example in Observable, but if that kind of development is in your wheelhouse and you got to it before i tried again, i wouldn’t mind

  9. Would it be worth starting a tutorial/wiki topic here on the forum, broken down into topical/functional categories of generally useful tools? It could just be high-level links to other repositories for things like https://www.inaturalist.org/oauth/applications, mixed with links to specific tools that folks have found helpful. For me the latter category would include items of yours like

    https://jumear.github.io/stirfry/iNat_print_friendly_obs.html
    https://jumear.github.io/stirfry/iNat_taxon_est_means.html?taxon_id=49658

  10. this was done already, i think: https://forum.inaturalist.org/t/wiki-external-code-tools-etc-for-working-with-inat/15906, and there are have been similar non-wiki discussions, too, such as https://forum.inaturalist.org/t/inat-visualizations-using-r/13724.

    i guess if you’re going to handle things through the existing Wiki, i would change the list structure in that thread to something more like this: https://leafletjs.com/plugins.html.

    but then i wish there would be a way for folks to :star:/:heart:/:+1: items and for there to be some more formal stamp of approval process whereby, say, a working group could review listed items according to some set of standards.

    ideally, i think it would make sense for that list – at the least the items that meet the stamp of approval – to be published on the main iNaturalist website rather than as just another post in the forum. since i think people are much more likely to visit the website than to venture into the forum, that would give greater visibility to these items and encourage others to make their own contributions, i think.

  11. That’s a fun idea! I gave it a try and here’s an example: midwest_bird_counts.mp4

    Preview:

    midwest_bird_counts

    And here’s the code used to generate it: Bar_Chart_Race.ipynb

    That makes pre-rendered animations, and in a browser that isn’t going to look quite as nice as D3, which I don’t have any experience with. But here’s a CSV file you can use with the chart generator you linked: midwest_bird_counts.csv

    Preview:

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