MODIRISK: Monitoring of Mosquito Vectors of Disease (inventory)
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MODIRISK aims at studying biodiversity of mosquitoes and monitoring/predicting its changes, and hence actively prepares to address issues on the impact of biodiversity change with particular reference to invasive species and the risk to introduce new pathogens. This is essential in the perspective of the ongoing global changes creating suitable conditions for the spread of invasive species and the (re)emergence of vector-borne diseases in Europe. The main strengths of the project in the context of sustainable development are the link between biodiversity and health-environment, and its contribution to the development of tools to better describe the spatial distribution of mosquito biodiversity. MODIRISK addresses key topics of the global initiative Diversitas, which was one of the main drivers of the 'Research programme Science for a Sustainable Development' (SSD). This dataset contains the monitoring data.

The project was coordinated by the Institute of Tropical Medicine (http://www.itg.be/E) in Antwerp.

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Versteirt V, Dekoninck W, Van Bortel W (2013): MODIRISK: Monitoring of Mosquito Vectors of Disease (inventory). v3.5. Belgium Biodiversity Platform. Dataset/Occurrence. http://ipt.biodiversity.be/manage/metadata-citations.do?r=modirisk

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Palavras-chave

Occurrence; Observation; mosquito; Cullicidae; vector; desease; monitoring; surveillance

Contatos

Quem criou esse recurso:

Veerle Versteirt
Researcher
Avia-GIS
Rischotlei 33
2980 Zoersel
Antwerp
http://www.avia-gis.be
Wouter Dekoninck
Researcher
RBINS
Brussels
Wim Van Bortel
Researcher
ITG
Antwerp
BE

Quem pode responder a perguntas sobre o recurso:

Veerle Versteirt
Researcher
Avia-GIS
Rischotlei 33
2980 Zoersel
Antwerp
http://www.avia-gis.be

Quem preencher os metadados:

Veerle Versteirt
Researcher
Avia-GIS
Rischotlei 33
2980 Zoersel
Antwerp
http://www.avia-gis.be

Quem mais foi associado com o recurso:

Processador
Dimitri Brosens
Belgian Biodiversity Platform
Kliniekstraat 25
9050 Brussels
België
BE
32497354796
Autor
Wouter Dekoninck
RBINS
Vautierstraat 29
1000 Brussels
Brussels Capital Region
BE
Autor
Wim Van Bortel
Researcher
ITG
Stockholm
BE
Autor
Thierry Hance
Researcher
UCL
BE
Cobertura Geográfica

Belgium

Coordenadas delimitadoras Sul Oeste [49,4, 2,39], Norte Leste [51,54, 6,57]
Cobertura Taxonômica

Diptera; Cullicidae; Reinert, 2000 ! Taxonomical problem... Aedes (splitt.. biodiversity & health)

Reino  Animalia
Ordem  Diptera
Família  Cullicidae
Subfamília  Anophelinae,  Cullicinae
Cobertura Temporal
Data Inicial / Data final 2007-01-01 / 2011-01-01
Dados Sobre o Projeto

Knowledge of the taxonomic and functional biodiversity of both endemic and invading vector mosquito species as well as the factors driving change, is missing in Belgium. Acquiring this knowledge is an essential step towards understanding current risk and preparing for future treads. Therefore the objectives of the project MODIRISK (Mosquito vectors of disease: spatial biodiversity, drivers of change, and risk) were (1) to inventory endemic and invading mosquito species in Belgium considering environmental and taxonomic elements of biodiversity, (2) to assess the population dynamics of endemic and invasive mosquito species and their interrelationship (3) to model mosquito biodiversity distribution at a one km resolution in the Benelux, and (4) to disseminate project outputs to the scientific community, end users and the general public. During the first phase (years 2007-2008), the project focused on the inventory activities; setting–up laboratory experiments for studying life history traits of Culex pipiens in relation to temperature and the first selection of models based on the field results. Whilst during the second phase of the project (years 2009-2010) the focus was on the spatial model building and validation, on the longitudinal study and dynamics of selected indigenous and exotic species that were found during the inventory of the first phase and on more population genetic driven research.

Título MODIRISK
Financiamento BELSPO
Descrição da Área de Estudo The area studies covers the entire Belgian Area.

O pessoal envolvido no projeto:

Pesquisador Principal
Veerle Versteirt
Autor
Wouter Dekoninck
Autor
Wim Van Bortel
Autor
Eva De Clercq
David Damiens
Audrey Ayrinhac
Frans Jacobs
Métodos de Amostragem

All samples were taken with the Mosquito magnet liberty PLUS. A CO2 baited trap. During the field work, twenty seven traps operated simultaneously (9 by team). Each trap operated seven days on one study site after which it was placed on the next study site. During the first phase of the project (inventory), field work was done on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday: each day three traps were emptied and replaced. The remaining days were used for the organisation of the field work and the morphological identification of the collected mosquitoes. During the second phase of the project (validation), each field team was free to organise the field work as suited

Área de Estudo Corine land cover: arban, nature and agriculture were sampled from 2007 to 2011. The cross-sectional field survey was conducted in 2007 and 2008 by use of a network of CO2-baited Mosquito Magnet Liberty Plus traps throughout Belgium in three key habitats. These habitats (urban, agriculture and nature) were selected based on the Corine database. Twenty seven traps operated simultaneously (nine per team, three teams leaded by three partner institutes). Each trap operated seven days on one study site after which it was placed on the next study site. During the inventory 936 randomly selected sites were selected of which 97% were sampled. Additionally sites in import risk areas were sampled to evaluate the presence of exotic mosquito species in Belgium. At the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences (RBINS) about 1400 mosquito-specimens from the Belgian collection of the Entomology Department were screened and if needed, added to the collection. These data, "collection data" are available through http://ipt.biodiversity.be/resource.do?r=modirisk-collection-data
Controle de Qualidade The identifications where made by 3 independent specialists. Yearly a quality control of the samples were done by a independent specialist. (double check). Also a DNA barcoding was performed to double check on the specimens.

Descrição dos passos do método:

  1. Sample protocol: Sample, identification
Citações bibliográficas
  1. Changes in Species Richness and Spatial Distribution of Mosquitoes (Diptera: Culicidae) Inferred From Museum Specimen Records and a Recent Inventory: A Case Study From Belgium Suggests Recent Expanded Distribution of Arbovirus and Malaria Vectors W. Dekoninck Journal of Medical Entomology(2013),50(2):237 http://dx.doi.org/10.1603/ME12134
  2. V. Versteirt, S. Boyer, D. Damiens, E.M. De Clercq, W. Dekoninck, E. Ducheyne, P. Grootaert, C. Garros, T. Hance, G. Hendrickx, M. Coosemans and W. Van Bortel Nationwide inventory of mosquito biodiversity (Diptera: Culicidae) in Belgium, Europe. Bulletin of Entomological Research, Available on CJO 2012 doi:10.1017/S0007485312000521
  3. Versteirt V., De Clercq E., Dekoninck W., Damiens D., Ayrinhac A., Jacobs F. & Van Bortel W. "Mosquito vectors of disease: spatial biodiversity, drivers of change, and risk". Final Report. Brussels : Belgian Science Policy 2009 –152 p. (Research Programme Science for a Sustainable Development)
Metadados Adicionais

This dataset is linked with 2 other mosquito related datasets. One datset used for longitudinal study and the historical dataset from RBINS. The database server uses Windows Server 2003 SBS R2 as operating system, and is running IIS with PHP for site development, MS SQL Server for database development and SQL Server Mobile Tools to allow remote access from a PDA. Three types of MODIRISK forms were prepared by the MODIRISK coordinator and adapted during a group session at Project SD/BD/04 - Mosquito vectors of disease: spatial biodiversity, drivers of change, and risk “MODIRISK” SSD-Science for a Sustainable Development - Biodiversity 19 ITM: (1) Field form, (2) Morphological identification form, (3) Mosquito storage form. Based on these, relevant tables (Figure 5) were developed by Avia-GIS, implemented in the database, and transferred to the web server.

Propósito Abstract
Identificadores alternativos 6679952f-649b-4888-bd97-00daca4b8cc1
http://ipt.biodiversity.be/resource?r=modirisk-monitoring-2