Mercredi 17 Janvier 2018

Publications françaises liées au GBIF

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  • Bull J,

    Brauneder K,

    Darbi M,

    Van Teeffelen A,

    Quétier F,

    Brooks S,

    Dunnett S,

    Strange N,

    (2018)

    Data transparency regarding the implementation of European ‘no net loss’ biodiversity policies

    Biological Conservation

    ‘No net loss’ (NNL) conservation policies seek to address development impacts on biodiversity. There have been no peer-reviewed multinational assessments concerning the actual implementation of NNL policies to date. Such assessments would facilitate more informed debates on the validity of NNL for c…

    Keywords :

    Biodiversity offset,

    Compensation,

    Data transparency,

    Europe,

    Mitigation hierarchy,

    No net loss,

    Policy evaluation,

  • Horton T,

    Gofas S,

    Kroh A,

    Poore G,

    Read G,

    Rosenberg G,

    Stöhr S,

    Bailly N,

    Boury-Esnault N,

    Brandão S,

    Costello M,

    Decock W,

    Dekeyzer S,

    Hernandez F,

    Mees J,

    Paulay G,

    Vandepitte L,

    Vanhoorne B,

    Vranken S,

    (2017)

    Improving nomenclatural consistency: a decade of experience in the World Register of Marine Species

    European Journal of Taxonomy

    The World Register of Marine species (WoRMS) has been established for a decade. The early history of the database involved compilation of existing global and regional species registers. This aggregation, combined with changes to data types and the changing needs of WoRMS users, has resulted in an ev…

    Keywords :

    WoRMS,

    World Register of Marine Species,

    nomenclature,

    taxonomic databases,

    taxonomy,

  • Chassot E,

    Barde J,

    Floch L,

    Ibanez L,

    Govinden R,

    Bodin N,

    (2017)

    Open biological and ecological data for tuna and tuna-like species: The time has come!

    13th Session of the IOTC Working Party on Data Collection and Statistics

    We describe the methodological approach developed to collect and manage a large range of biological and ecological data for large pelagic species sampled throughout several routine monitoring and research programs conducted in the Indian Ocean in the last decades. To cover the large habitats of occu…

    Keywords :

    Indian Ocean,

    metadata,

    open data,

    tuna fisheries,

  • Grímsson F,

    Grimm G,

    Potts A,

    Zetter R,

    Renner S,

    (2017)

    A Winteraceae pollen tetrad from the early Paleocene of western Greenland, and the fossil record of Winteraceae in Laurasia and Gondwana

    Journal of Biogeography

    Aim: Winteraceae comprise c. 130 species in seven genera, with the greatest species diversity in the Pacific (Pseudowintera, Zygogynum), Australia (Bubbia, Tasmannia), New Guinea (Belliolum, Bubbia, Zygogynum, Tasmannia) and Madagascar (Takhtajania). Only Drimys occurs in South America. Because of t…

    Keywords :

    Gondwana,

    Laurasia,

    North Atlantic Land Bridge,

    Winteraceae,

    climate niches,

    pollen,

  • Ulloa Ulloa C,

    Acevedo-Rodríguez P,

    Beck S,

    Belgrano M,

    Bernal R,

    Berry P,

    Brako L,

    Celis M,

    Davidse G,

    Forzza R,

    Gradstein S,

    Hokche O,

    León B,

    León-Yánez S,

    Magill R,

    Neill D,

    Nee M,

    Raven P,

    Stimmel H,

    Strong M,

    Villaseñor J,

    Zarucchi J,

    Zuloaga F,

    Jørgensen P,

    (2017)

    An integrated assessment of the vascular plant species of the Americas

    Science

    The cataloging of the vascular plants of the Americas has a centuries-long history, but it is only in recent decades that an overview of the entire flora has become possible. We present an integrated assessment of all known native species of vascular plants in the Americas. Twelve regional and natio…

  • Dauby G,

    Stévart T,

    Droissart V,

    Cosiaux A,

    Deblauwe V,

    Simo-Droissart M,

    Sosef M,

    Lowry P,

    Schatz G,

    Gereau R,

    Couvreur T,

    (2017)

    ConR : An R package to assist large-scale multispecies preliminary conservation assessments using distribution data

    Ecology and Evolution

    The Red List Categories and the accompanying five criteria developed by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) provide an authoritative and comprehensive methodology to assess the conservation status of organisms. Red List criterion B, which principally uses distribution data, is …

    Keywords :

    IUCN,

    area of occupancy,

    criterion B,

    distribution range,

    extent of occurrence,

    location,

    preliminary status,

    threatened taxa,

  • Prosperi J,

    Lamxay V,

    Hallé F,

    Bompard J,

    Blanc P,

    Ramesh B,

    Ayyappan N,

    Cardinal S,

    (2017)

    NEW RECORDS IN THE FLORA CHECKLISTS OF LAOS, RESULTING FROM A SURVEY OF PHOU HIN POUN NATIONAL BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION AREA

    Edinburgh Journal of Botany

    The flora of Laos remains one of the least known within the Indo-Burma biodiversity hotspot. A floristic inventory was carried out in Phou Hin Poun National Biodiversity Conservation Area, an under-explored area of the Khammouane Limestone. This study provides a list of 27 taxa that are additions to…

    Keywords :

    Additions,

    Khammouane Limestone,

    Laos,

    canopy access,

    endemics,

    forest,

    new records.,

  • Rodríguez-Machado S,

    Ponce de León J,

    Casane D,

    García-Machado E,

    (2017)

    Morphology and genetics reveal the occurrence of Girardinus falcatus (Eigenmann, 1903) (Cyprinodontiformes, Poeciliidae) in eastern Cuba

    Check List

    Girardinus is a Cuban genus of poeciliid fishes. It comprises 7 freshwater-restricted species most of them inhabiting specific ecosystems or regions within the island. Girardinus falcatus, the Gold-bellied Topminnow, is common in lowlands of western and central Cuba but thought not to be present in …

    Keywords :

    Cytochrome b,

    Gold-belly Topminnow,

    freshwater ecosystems,

    gonopodium,

    range extension,

  • Garmier M,

    Gentzbittel L,

    Wen J,

    Mysore K,

    Ratet P,

    (2017)

    Medicago truncatula : Genetic and Genomic Resources

    Current Protocols in Plant Biology

    Medicago truncatula was chosen by the legume community, along with Lotus japonicus, as a model plant to study legume biology. Since then, numerous resources and tools have been developed for M. truncatula. These include, for example, its genome sequence, core ecotype collections, transformation/rege…

    Keywords :

    genetic diversity,

    genome sequence,

    genomics,

    insertion mutagenesis,

    medicago truncatula,

    mutagenesis,

  • Mellert K,

    Lenoir J,

    Winter S,

    Kölling C,

    Čarni A,

    Dorado-Liñán I,

    Gégout J,

    Göttlein A,

    Hornstein D,

    Jantsch M,

    Juvan N,

    Kolb E,

    López-Senespleda E,

    Menzel A,

    Stojanović D,

    Täger S,

    Tsiripidis I,

    Wohlgemuth T,

    Ewald J,

    (2017)

    Soil water storage appears to compensate for climatic aridity at the xeric margin of European tree species distribution

    European Journal of Forest Research

    Based on macroecological data, we test the hypothesis whether European tree species of temperate and boreal distribution maintain their water and nutrient supply in the more arid southern margin of their distribution range by shifting to more fertile soils with higher water storage than in their hum…

    Keywords :

    Climatic aridity,

    Edaphic conditions,

    European soil database,

    Forest ecosystems,

    Macroecology,

    Soil nutrient status,

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