eBird datuak munduan barrena

eBird Zientzia

eBirdek txorizale komunitateak hegaztiengan duen pasioa jaso eta transformatu egiten du, ikerketarako, kontserbaziorako eta hezkuntzarako baliabide baliotsu bilakatuz.

eBird estatusa eta joerak

eBird-ek datu zientifiko osatuenak eskaintzen dizkizu, urtero eguneratzen direnak. Hegazti populazioak non agertzen diren eta denboran zehar nola aldatzen diren deskribatzen duten bereizmen handiko datuak, bistaratzeak eta erremintak eskaintzen dizkizu.

Erabili eBird-en datuak eta erremintak

eBird baliabide baliotsua da hainbat zalantza zientifiko argitzeko. Ikasi eBird-eko datuak eta tresnak nola jaso, aztertu eta aipatu.

Ikerketa eta kontserbaziorako erabilpenak

eBird-ek geroz eta garrantzi handiagoa du zientzian eta kontserbazioan. eBird datuak hainbat esparrutan dira erabilgarri, ikerketa eta jarraipenetik hasi eta espezieen kudeaketara, habitaten babesera eta erabilera legal eta politikoetara.

Azken albiste zientifikoak

eBird Impacts: European Bee-eaters expand their range northwards

The breeding range of European Bee-eaters has expanded approximately 1000 km (620 mi) northwards, possibly due to warming temperatures across Europe. A team of researchers recently used eBird data to investigate the relationship between European Bee-eaters and climate and also model future range shifts.

eBird Impacts: Priority areas for vulture conservation in Ethiopia

A team of international researchers used eBird data to model the distribution and habitat needs of imperiled vulture species in Ethiopia. Their goal was to identify areas of conservation priority to protect these important members of nature’s “clean-up crew.”

Nighttime Lights Lure Nocturnal Migrating Birds into Areas of Increased Risk

Many birds migrate at night. The cool and calm evening skies make migrating at night a little smoother for birds, but nighttime lights can make their journey more treacherous.

Proiektu nabarmena

ShorebirdViz

The Cornell Lab of Ornithology teamed up with multiple non-profit organizations, international shorebird collaboratives, biologists, and agencies to create ShorebirdViz—an interactive tool that combines observations of shorebirds in eBird with state-of-the art statistical models and machine learning to produce relative abundance estimates and estimates of population size across the Western Hemisphere.

ShorebirdViz