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    Output file of the "Biotope GBIF Extractor" service (step 1a) of the Biotope vulnerability Workflow within the Internal Joint Initiative. It represents also the output file of the "Occurrences Dataset Uploader" service (step 1b) when the input comes from the user. It is a CSV file with species occurrences in one country. It contains at least 5 columns: - decimalLatitude (numeric) : the latitude of the observed specimen expressed in decimal degree in WGS 84 coordinate system (EPSG:4326) - decimalLongitude (numeric) : the longitude of the observed specimen expressed in decimal degree in WGS 84 coordinate system (EPSG:4326) - acceptedScientificName (text) : the name of the species - ClassKey (numeric): the GBIF taxonomic class key - TaxonKey (numeric): the GBIF taxonomic class key - year (numeric) : the year of the observation - coordinateUncertaintyInMeters (numeric) : the CE 95 uncertainty on the location of the observation, expressed in meter.

  • The service aims at harvesting species occurrences from GBIF based on a keyword for the geographic region (two letter country code) and a time interval, both entered by the user. It represents the Step 1a of the Biotope vulnerability Workflow within the Internal Joint Initiative.

  • This service aims at enabling the dataset uploading from the user. It represents the Step 1b of the Biotope vulnerability Workflow within the Internal Joint Initiative.

  • Output file of the "Occurrences DataCube Analyst" service (step 5) of the Biotope vulnerability Workflow within the Internal Joint Initiative. It is the single band raster for the simplified version that aggregates all dates together.

  • Output file of the "Occurrences DataCube Analyst" service (step 5) of the Biotope vulnerability Workflow within the Internal Joint Initiative. It represents also the input of the "Zonal Statistics Producer" service (step 7). It is the incidence map that represents the ratio of the occurrences of alien species by the total number of observed species.

  • Output file of the "Occurrences DataCube Builder" service (step 4) of the Biotope vulnerability Workflow within the Internal Joint Initiative. It represents also the input of the "Occurrences DataCube Analyst" service (step 5). It is the class aggregated datacube that is a CSV file structured as follows: - Date - Geolocation code - Species name - Frequency - Minimum uncertainty.

  • Output file of the "Occurrences Syntax Normalizer" service (step 3) of the Biotope vulnerability Workflow within the Internal Joint Initiative. It represents also the input file of the "Occurrence Datacube Builder" service (step 4) if incidence is considered, or the input file of the "CIMPAL Calculator" service (step 6) if impact is considered. It is a TXT file that contains TSV data with species occurrences in one country. It contains at least 5 columns: - CoordN (numeric) : the latitude of the observed specimen expressed in decimal degree in WGS 84 coordinate system (EPSG:4326) - CoordE (numeric) : the longitude of the observed specimen expressed in decimal degree in WGS 84 coordinate system (EPSG:4326) - Name (text) : the name of the species - ClassKey (numeric): the GBIF taxonomic class key - TaxonKey (numeric): the GBIF taxonomic class key - Year (numeric) : the year of the observation - CoordPrecision (numeric) : the CE 95 uncertainty on the location of the observation, expressed in meter.

  • Output file of the "Occurrences DataCube Analyst" service (step 5) of the Biotope vulnerability Workflow within the Internal Joint Initiative. It represents also the input of the "Zonal Statistics Producer" service (step 7). It is the vulnerability map that represents the cumulative alien taxa observation for all the years.

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    The data presented here come from field observations between August 2013 and October 2018, as part of a LIFE research project aiming to preserve and restore three coastal wetlands from Praia da Vitória (Terceira Island, Azores, Portugal). Systematic monthly observations were carried out for five years in order to provide a checklist and monitoring of bird species and subspecies observed in three sites: Paul da Praia da Vitória (PPV), Paul do Belo Jardim (PBJ) and Paul da Pedreira do Cabo da Praia (PPCP). Main objectives were to determine their ornithological richness while also adding data to the overall knowledge of Azorean Avifauna and monitor seasonal and between years variation on species abundance.

  • Output file of the "Occurrences DataCube Builder" service (step 4) of the Biotope vulnerability Workflow within the Internal Joint Initiative. It represents also the input of the "Occurrences DataCube Analyst" service (step 5). It is the invasive species datacube that is a CSV file including spatially aggregated invasive taxa and structured as follows: - Date - Geolocation code - Species name - Frequency - Minimum uncertainty.