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Individual ID
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Individual ID: An identifier for an individual or named group of individual organisms represented in the Occurrence. Meant to accommodate resampling of the same individual or group for monitoring purposes. May be a global unique identifier or an identifier specific to a data set.

Notes: individualID is meant for any records that need to identify individuals for whom there may be more than one record. Banded birds, marine mammal photos allowing individual identification, individual trees resampled overtime, periodic biopsies on the same individuals, etc. could all use this term to group the records corresponding to individuals.

Example(s): "U.amer. 44", "Smedley", "Orca J 23"


中文(简体)‎ (Simplified Chinese)
个体编号: 事件中展现的个体标识符或生物个体命名组。为以后对相同个体或组群重新采样进行检测提供方便。可能是一个全局唯一标识符或特定数据集标识符。
日本語 (Japanese)
Individual ID: 個々の生物の個体またはグループのID。同じ個体またはグループをモニタリング目的でもう一度サンプル出来ることを目的としている。GUIDかデータセット固有のIDなどが期待される。
Español (Spanish)
ID del individuo: Un identificador para un individuo o grupo de organismos individuales representados en el Registro Biológico. Destinado a alojar remuestreo del mismo individuo o grupo con fines de monitoreo. Puede ser un identificador único global o un identificador específico para un conjunto de datos.
Ejemplo: "U.amer. 44", "Smedley", "Orca J 23"
Français (French)
ID de l'individu: Un identifiant pour un individu ou un groupe d'individus représentés dans l'occurrence. Destiné à faciliter le ré-échantillonnage du même individu ou groupe d'individus dans le cadre de contrôle des données. Il peut s'agir d'un identifiant unique global ou d'un identifiant spécifique à un groupe de données.
Exemple: "U.amer. 44", "Smedley", "Orca J 23"
Notes: Voir la page http://code.google.com/p/darwincore/wiki/Occurrence