You can now record directly online onto satellite imagery or mapping, using Adrian Bicker's excellent Living Record application. If you are recording plants in Hampshire,
whether on a small or a large scale, we would strongly recommend you to sign up. Take a little time to read the online help and User Guide, and start to use this site, which is entirely
free. It gives you a personal archive and lets you see your own recording history against other contributors. Any records you make will become available to the
vice-county recorders for vetting.
If you are a MapMate user and already exchange MapMate data with the vice-county recorders, please speak to Martin and Tony before using this site. We will then arrange with you how
to avoid duplication of records on the county archive.
Important - what happens to my records?
By submitting your plant records, you agree that:
The BSBI recorders in Hampshire may hold your records on databases.
Your records may be shared with other members of the recording community
Summary details of your records, not including your name, will be used to
supply data to this web site.
The BSBI recorders may pass records to third parties in the county
(including the Hampshire Biodiversity Information Centre and the Hampshire
and Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust) and use them in publications.
The records may be passed to the BSBI nationally, where they may be used in
national recording schemes and held on the BSBI central Distribution Database.
Access to full record details on this database is currently restricted to authorised
users, but national policy may change over time.
The intellectual property rights in the records remain with you.