Do we know all species that exist on earth? No, but perhaps we can make an estimation on the ammount of species that may possibly exist using taxonomy. From The Ladder of Nature via bestiaries to Linneas to understand worldwide Continue reading Video 4: How much biodiversity do we really know?
Studying specimens in the labaratory using catalog numbers, connecting metadata with the specimens. Geo-referencing and labeling the sample. Do not label only on species name, because this name may change based on future knowledge. Data-tracebility based on correct data entry, Continue reading Video 3: Studying biodiversity in the lab
The Origin of Species by Charles Darwin would be the first book to review without any doubt. You all probably know about the impact that made this book untill today, but did you actually read it too? Get your copy Continue reading Book review: The Origin of Species
This is the second video in the Khan Acedemy series on Biodiversity. This series being very relevant for anyone studying biodiversity is the reason for embedding the following video’s as well. Asuming this content will stay online and available, the Continue reading Video 2: Field Methods for Documenting Biodiversity