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Sampling Protocol
Status:recommended
Issued:2008/11/19
Modified:2009/04/24
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Sampling Protocol: The name of, reference to, or description of the method or protocol used during an Event.

Notes: For discussion see http://code.google.com/p/darwincore/wiki/Event

Example(s): "UV light trap", "mist net", "bottom trawl", "ad hoc observation", "point count", "Penguins from space: faecal stains reveal the location of emperor penguin colonies, http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1466-8238.2009.00467.x", "Takats et al. 2001. Guidelines for Nocturnal Owl Monitoring in North America. Beaverhill Bird Observatory and Bird Studies Canada, Edmonton, Alberta. 32 pp.", "http://www.bsc-eoc.org/download/Owl.pdf"

Translations

Español (Spanish)
Protocolo de Muestreo: El nombre de, la referencia a, o la descripción del método o protocolo que se utiliza durante un evento.
Ejemplo: "trampa UV", "red de niebla", "observación ad hoc", "punto de conteo", "Penguins from space: faecal stains reveal the location of emperor penguin colonies, http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1466-8238.2009.00467.x", "Takats et al. 2001. Guidelines for Nocturnal Owl Monitoring in North America. Beaverhill Bird Observatory and Bird Studies Canada, Edmonton, Alberta. 32 pp.", "http://www.bsc-eoc.org/download/Owl.pdf"
中文(简体)‎ (Simplified Chinese)
取样草案: 事件中使用的方法或草案的名称,参考或者描述。
日本語 (Japanese)
Sampling Protocol: イベントの間に用いられた手法や手順の名前、参照、または記述。
Français (French)
Protocole d'échantillonnage: Le nom, référence ou description de la méthode ou protocole d'échantillonnage utilisé durant un événement.
Exemple: "piège lumineux à UV", "filet japonais", "filet de chalut", "observation ad hoc", "point d'écoute ornithologique", "Penguins from space: faecal stains reveal the location of emperor penguin colonies, http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1466-8238.2009.00467.x", "Takats et al. 2001. Guidelines for Nocturnal Owl Monitoring in North America. Beaverhill Bird Observatory and Bird Studies Canada, Edmonton, Alberta. 32 pp.", "http://www.bsc-eoc.org/download/Owl.pdf"