SABIFSouth African Biodiversity Information Facility
SABIFSussex Acquired Brain Injury Forum (East Sussex, England, UK)
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asp) included teams across institutions to survey targeted areas identified from existing data, using quantified or standardised methods, data-basing existing collections (50,000 arachnid and 300,000 butterfly records captured or compiled), making these data accessible through SABIF, and taxonomic studies, which have resulted in 130 new arachnid species being described (Young 2010).
In the course I have conducted on behalf of SABIF I attempt to show the participants the benefits of using R to conduct SDMs, because of the flexibility, easy repetition and statistical rigor it provides.
SABIF and the FBIP are funded by the Department of Science and Technology and SANBI is responsible for developing and implementing their work programmes.