JERICO-S3 D6.4 - WP6 - Best practices & recommendations for plankton imaging data management. Version 1.1.
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Möller, Klas O.
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Plankton imaging instruments are increasingly used to record species occurrences, and they are also able to repeatedly measure ecological traits. However, due to the extensive variety of instruments and the different formats of the data output, there are currently no guidelines and best practices available to store all the relevant data and information in a standard format. Overcoming this challenge will allow for the integration and exchange of these datasets, enabling end users to analyse and visualise them more effectively. To make these data as FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Reusable) as possible and to share them with international biodiversity data portals, such as the European Marine Observation and Data Network (EMODnet Biology) and the international Ocean Biodiversity Information System (OBIS) Network, like EurOBIS (the European node of OBIS), best practices for the management of plankton imaging data are needed. Thus, the goal of this document is to provide re.....
PublisherIFREMER for JERICO S3
Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)14.a
CitationPatricia Martin-Cabrera, P., et al (2023) JERICO-S3 D6.4 - WP6 - “Best practices & recommendations for plankton imaging data management. Version 1.1. Brest, France, IFREMER for JERICO S3, 40pp. (ERICO-S3-WP6-D6.4-07.04.2022-V1.1). DOI:
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