|Assessing state and trends in biodiversity from monitoring data|
Analysing monitoring data from single monitoring schemes
Integrating data or results across two or more monitoring schemes
Estimating abundance trends from mapping data
Note: Mapping data and non-standardized citizen-science-monitoring differs from monitoring schemes that data are collected more haphazardly, i.e., they are not based on systematically repeated surveys of the same locations with standardized methods. Some locations may be surveyed only in one year, whereas others may be surveyed in several years but not necessarily in the same year; some sites may be surveyed repeatedly within a year but others only once (See "What is biodiversity monitoring")
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