colin_maycock at yahoo.com
Fri Aug 12 16:31:07 PDT 2011
Hi Cam/Marco/Serge and others
I will contribute our Sepilok data/observation to any database and will discuss with Reuben about the other sites in Sabah his staff are monitoring.
As part of the species management plan for the critically endangered dipts of Sabah - the department should be starting phenology observations in a few new site/reviving old sites e.g. for Dipterocarpus lamellatus - we will be reviving the phenology surveys in the Sianggau FR in Beuafort/Sipitang region in Western Sabah and also starting new phenology survey work in the Kampung Tambilidon recreation Park in Pitas (north Sabah) as this area has the only remaining viable population of Shorea kudatensis.
I can post up a list of coordinates for sites that are being/will be regularly monitored by FRC/us and also the type/status of the forest.
RE: The publication - why not try for a policy piece like Chris's last bit
"Mass Fruiting in Borneo: A Missed Opportunity"
--- On Fri, 8/12/11, Marco Visser <m.visser at science.ru.nl> wrote:
> From: Marco Visser <m.visser at science.ru.nl>
> Subject: Re: [Mastwatch] Casual observations at Gunung Palung
> To: mastwatch at lists.phylodiversity.net
> Date: Friday, August 12, 2011, 7:26 PM
> Dear Cam, Serge and others,
> I am currently developing a tree demography data server in
> collaboration with the Smithsonian and Radboud University
> (Netherlands) to host phenology data.
> The server will offer the ability to upload data to a mysql
> and interactive data analyses to users (it could therefore
> in theory display maps on demand - if these maps can be
> translated to
> I am willing to offer some server space for a Mastwatch
> dataset along
> the lines you describe (including a page to display
> on current general flowering events/ maps). There are
> quite a number of
> questions that could be answered if this data is uploaded
> for a considerable amount of time.
> The beta testpage is up and running (http://tredd.science.ru.nl:8080).
> Please note that this page is under development and is far
> from its final
> form so please don't distribute the address beyond this
> list for now.
> Let me know if there is any interest,
> Marco Visser
> On 08/12/2011 09:05 PM, Serge Wich wrote:
> > Dear Cam et al,
> > Thank you for the update on the history of mastwatch.
> Yoour points about the
> > bias in the dataset are of course very true and we
> should certainly use
> > caution when using these observations. But as you say
> it would be
> > interesting to have them in a database. If we do that
> we can perhaps link it
> > to published%
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