AU-NZ-001 - New Zealand National Vegetation Databank http://www.givd.info/ID/AU-NZ-001 Back to list
Database Details
Please refer to the ID AU-NZ-001 whenever using data from this particular database
The system of the IDs is explained in Dengler et al. (2011, J. Veg. Sci. 22: 582-597).
ID:AU-NZ-001
Registered since:2010-09-03
Last update:2015-05-20
Name of the Database:
The title of your database. Please choose a name that is meaningful and understandable in a global context. Potentially accompanied by an acronym.
(required field)
Subtitle:
Optionally, you can provide an explanatory subtitle, which is not considered as part of the proper name of the database and thus is not capitalised. Subtitles are strongly recommended in cases when the proper name does not clearly indicate the scope of the database in terms of geography and and included vegetation types.
Scope
A concise verbal outline which kind of data are collected (i.e. criteria for inclusion)
Details
Status:
  •  
  • emerging
  • ongoing capture
  • completed and continuing
  • finished
Storage Format/Programm:Export Format:
Owner:
Name and contact data for the owning institution/person
private:
Web address: http://nvs.landcareresearch.co.nz
Availability:
  •  
  • free online
  • free upon request
  • according to a specific agreement
  • after blocking period
  • available with reduced precision
  • not yet available
EVA:
sPlot:
Online search:
Online upload:
  • no
  • yes
Other contents:
Availability of the data in your database for interested persons
Does your database have an facility to search for data online?
Does your database have an facility to upload data online?
Other contents/functionalities of the online platform (other than plot data)
State of the database.
planned: There are concrete plans to establish a database of the given scope, but no vegetation-plots are included so far. This category allows the announcement of projects in order to facilitate research cooperation and avoid double work.
emerging: The database exists in a preliminary version (e.g. reduced functionality or in a database system deviating from the one planned for the final database) and contains only few vegetation-plots so far.
ongoing capture: The database is fully functional and data are added continuously, but only a fraction of the data within the scope is captured so far.
completed and continuing: The database is fully functional and the vast majority of past data within the scope have already been captured; now basically only newly made vegetation-plots are added.
finished: The database is available but there are no longer activities to add further data. "