한국해양생물지리정보시스템 구축

Title
한국해양생물지리정보시스템 구축
Alternative Title
Development of Korea Ocean Biogeographic Information System
Author(s)
김성대; 박수영; 이윤호; 김신; 백상호
KIOST Author(s)
Lee, Youn Ho(이윤호)
Publication Year
2010-03-29
Abstract
Korea Ocean Biogeographic Information System (KOBIS) has been developed to manage occurrence information on marine organisms in Korean waters and provide it to scientists and the public using GIS interface. Occurrence information was mostly collected from research articles, project reports and illustrated books of marine organisms and some information was directly submitted by the managers of on-going research projects. Ecological and DNA barcode information on marine organisms was also included in the data archive when such data exists. From 122 reference books, a total of 45,624 occurrence records of 1,134 marine organisms were collected. Through the quality control process, the data whose positions were located in land were excluded. The Oracle DB system installed on Windows 2003 Server was adopted for management of the collected data. After analysis of data characteristics, 11 DB tables were designed for data management and GIS data provision. The data was rearranged for DB input according to the DB structure and stored in DB. The KOBIS web site was established to share the biogeographic information with marine biologist world wide using GIS interface. It also provides monthly occurrence frequencies of each species at each 1/4° grid. Several web programs using Google map API were developed to search data from DB system and to show the location of data on the map. KOBIS plays a role as the Korea node of international OBIS (iOBIS).
URI
https://sciwatch.kiost.ac.kr/handle/2020.kiost/29042
Bibliographic Citation
International Conference on Marine Data & Information Systems, pp.69, 2010
Publisher
IFREMER
Type
Conference
Language
English
Publisher
IFREMER
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