Plant occurrences on small islands in the Raja Ampat Archipelago, Indonesia

Latest version published by Biodiversity Data Journal on Jun 9, 2020 Biodiversity Data Journal

This dataset holds information of woody plants on 60 small tropical islands located in the Raja Ampat archipelago in Indonesia. The dataset includes occurrence data for 57 species.

Data Records

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How to cite

Researchers should cite this work as follows:

Schrader J, Moeljono S, Tambing J, Sattler, C, Kreft H (2020): Plant occurrences on small islands in the Raja Ampat Archipelago, Indonesia. v1. Biodiversity Data Journal. Dataset/Occurrence. http://ipt.pensoft.net/resource?r=plant-occurrences_raja-ampat_j-schrader_2020&v=1.0

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GBIF Registration

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Keywords

Occurrence; Observation

Contacts

Who created the resource:

Julian Schrader
Researcher
University of Göttingen - Biodiversity, Macroecology & Biogeography Büsgenweg 1 37077 Göttingen

Who can answer questions about the resource:

Julian Schrader
Researcher
University of Göttingen - Biodiversity, Macroecology & Biogeography Büsgenweg 1 37077 Göttingen

Who filled in the metadata:

Julian Schrader
Researcher
University of Göttingen - Biodiversity, Macroecology & Biogeography Büsgenweg 1 37077 Göttingen

Who else was associated with the resource:

User
Julian Schrader
Researcher
University of Göttingen - Biodiversity, Macroecology & Biogeography Büsgenweg 1 37077 Göttingen

Geographic Coverage

Small islands in Gam Bay, Raja Ampat Archipelago, Indonesia

Bounding Coordinates South West [-0.526, 130.55], North East [-0.487, 130.615]

Project Data

No Description available

Title A new dataset on plant occurrences on small islands including species abundances and functional traits across different spatial scales

The personnel involved in the project:

Author
Soetjipto Moeljono
Author
Junus Tambing

Sampling Methods

To sample species occurrences, we used a transect design subdivided into plots. All transects had a dimension of 2 x 10 m and comprised of five 2 x 2 m plots. The number of transects on an island was roughly proportional to the island area. We recorded all species with a diameter at breast height ≥2 cm rooted within the plots. For further information, see: Schrader, J., Moeljono, S., Keppel, G. & Kreft, H. Plants on small islands revisited: the effects of spatial scale and habitat quality on the species-area relationship. Ecography. 42, 1405–1414 (2019).

Study Extent The dataset includes 40 small islands located in the Raja Ampat archipelago in West Papua, Indonesia. Botanical field surveys were conducted during six months between June 2016 to February 2018.

Method step description:

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Additional Metadata

Alternative Identifiers fb64e98e-2650-4df6-89de-1fa4fe673615
http://ipt.pensoft.net/resource?r=plant-occurrences_raja-ampat_j-schrader_2020