- Camera trap setup, monitoring and data collection
- Data publishing using the IPT
With Dr. Yu-Huang Wang, Dr. Po-Jen Chiang, and Guan-Shuo (Jason) Mai from TaiBIF the GBIF node of Taiwan (Chinese Taipei); and the Biodiversity Informatics team at ASEAN Centre For Biodiversity, Carmel Eje, Carlos Aurelio Callangan, Ecay Villavelez, Jerome Alano, Kit Elloran (ACB Node manager), Lilibeth Cabebe, and Dr. Sheila G Vergara (BIM Director). Participants included some of the ASEAN Heritage Park managers and staff from Brunei Darussalam (BR), Indonesia (ID), Laos PDR (LA), Malaysia (MY), Myanmar (MM), Philippines (PH), Singapore (SG), and Thailand (TH). Only Cambodia and Vietnam were absent at the workshop.
The camera trap field work training was in the Mount Makiling Forest Reserve (MMFR) is an ASEAN Heritage Park located 14°8′ north and 121°12′ east and lies within the 65 km of Metro Manila. MMFR spans a total of 4,244 hectares.
Biodiversity Information Fund for Asia (BIFA)
- http://www.gbif.org/newsroom/news/biodiversity-information-fund-for-asia-announced (March 9th 2016)
- http://www.gbif.org/programme/bifa/2015/ASEAN-heritage-parks (April to August 2016)
A recurrent question from the Heritage Park participants concerned possible data hosting and archiving services for the multimedia resources (images, video and sound recordings) from the camera traps. Such monitoring data from each Heritage Park could reach up to 1 terabyte per year. This is a challenge that need more attention! For the workshop we used a training IPT in demo mode and the participants published test data to the GBIF demo portal.