- Yes (11)
Conservation status in Australia
- Vulnerable (1)
Conservation status in NSW
Conservation status in NT
- (not listed) (5)
unranked: Trachemys scripta scripta
unranked: Cryptothecia scripta
Support article: How to embed a species map in a web page using ALA WMS services
Support article: Can organisations set up an automated process for data sharing?
‘Data mobilisation’ is the process of establishing an automated mechanism for sharing data with the Atlas of Living Australia. Due to the effort involved, it is appropriate for data sets that are frequently updated; and where currency in the ALA is important...
Posted on 19th October 2013 Due to demand – I have produced a detailed user manual for the Atlas of Living Australia’s Spatial Portal (SP). This is intended to be a stand-alone document that provides the context for, and philosophy behind the SP as well as a deeper insight into its many tools. The manual covers all aspects of the SP with […] Due to demand – I have produced a detailed user manual for the Atlas of Living Australia’s Spatial Portal (SP)...
Posted on 30th January 2012 This tool samples environmental and contextual data layers at locations defined by species, genus, family etc. occurrences in a defined area. Think of this tool as driving a needle through through the occurrence locations and reading off all the values of a user-selected environmental and contextual layers. In other words, the occurrences define the geographic locations where the layers are sampled...
Have you used the ALA in your published (or soon-to-be published) research? Please let us know about it via this form. We’re interested in all types of research that the ALA supports including research publications in scientific journals, reports, book chapters, theses, as well as websites and apps. Online bibliography This bibliography provides a list of known publications that have utilised data in the ALA or ALA infrastructure to support their research...