RISC Non-Native Species Records for Muntjac
GB. The majority of records in this dataset are collated with six figure grid-references.
The records were collected through the Recording Invasive Species Counts project which was launched in 2010 as a partnership between the NBN, BRC and associated recording schemes and societies. The Muntjac data was collated in conjunction with The Mammal Society and the Peoples Trust for Endangered Species. RISC was established in raise awareness of invasive non-native species and to increase distribution data for a selection of species considered to meet a number of criteria which ensured their suitability for recording by the public. Increasing the availability of distribution data is an important component of the Non-Native Species Framework Strategy for Great Britain (www.nonnativespecies.org/).
High quality. The data should be regarded as accurate because of the verification and validation mechanisms.
The data is collected by members of the public reporting their sightings through an on-line recording form (powered by Indicia). The records are casual observations. Records submitted with a photograph are verified by a designated expert and only these records are included within the dataset.
RISC Non-Native Species Records for Muntjac (2018)
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