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Title: Biological and Geographical application tool
Authors: Pereira, Miguel
Keywords: SIG
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Issue Date: Oct-2007
Abstract: Monitoring and species identify is an essential step to natural resources management. Among these, biological resources aim special concern because data availability is highly limited by a number of sampling logistic constraints and catalog. As a matter of fact, data availability is one of important limitation to knowledge and, as a consequence the development of a new concept in natural resources. Data organization in digital format is a common practice in our days, and has the power to contribute to timely decisions process. Digital support and software tools are increasingly required in knowledge base systems. With this article it is our aim to present a Biological and Geographical application tool (BioGeoDB). We intend to show the application potentialities uses, the developed model and articulation between subsets. The developed application use a biological database associated with a desktop map environment. Application generates datasets reports and thematic or modeling cartographic maps display. BioGeoDB has been developed with the purpose of making compatible different datasets, derived from fieldwork studies of biodiversity monitoring programs, and also published studies. Until application development data storage was been recorder into fragment system, with no updatable structure and missing information consequences.
ISSN: 1646-1517
Type: article
Appears in Collections:CIBIO-UE - Publicações - Artigos em Revistas Nacionais Com Arbitragem Científica

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