Specimen Events link Specimens to Collecting Events.
refers to the agent who asserts that the specimen has Event Type relationship to a collecting event. This person has determined or verified coordinates and error, dates, higher geography, and everything else in the “place and time stack.”
is the date on which the specimen was assigned to the place/time.
is free-text describing how the specimen and the event are related. Examples:
- gill net
- hand seine
- Otter Trawl
- salvage, roadkill, DOR
Collecting Source is a broad categorization of how the specimen came to be at the associated event. See CTCOLLECTING_SOURCE for values.
is free-text describing the habitat at the place and time of the specimen event. Examples:
- limestone outcrops and ledges with dwarf shrub, sedge herbaceous tundra, scattered
- under spruce bark
- steep west-facing slopes
Use only for data which pertains to the relationship between the specimen and the event and which is not appropriate for any more-specific fields.