Mardi 23 Avril 2019

Publications françaises liées au GBIF

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  • Frachon L,

    Mayjonade B,

    Bartoli C,

    Hautekeete N,

    Roux F,


    Adaptation to plant communities across the genome of Arabidopsis thaliana

    Molecular Biology and Evolution

    Despite the importance of plant-plant interactions on plant community dynamics and crop yield, our understanding of the adaptive genetics underlying these interactions is still limited and deserves to be investigated in the context of complex and diffuse interactions occurring in plant assemblages. …

    Keywords :

    Genome – Environment Association,

    community ecology,

    local adaptation,

    plant-plant interactions,

  • Heinicke S,

    Mundry R,

    Boesch C,

    Amarasekaran B,

    Barrie A,

    Brncic T,

    Brugière D,

    Campbell G,

    Carvalho J,

    Danquah E,

    Dowd D,

    Eshuis H,

    Fleury-Brugière M,

    Gamys J,

    Ganas J,

    Gatti S,

    Ginn L,

    Goedmakers A,

    Granier N,

    Herbinger I,

    Hillers A,

    Jones S,

    Junker J,

    Kouakou C,

    Lapeyre V,

    Leinert V,

    Maisels F,

    Marrocoli S,

    Molokwu-Odozi M,

    N'Goran P,

    Pacheco L,

    Regnaut S,

    Sop T,

    Ton E,

    van Schijndel J,

    Vergnes V,

    Voigt M,

    Welsh A,

    Wessling E,

    Williamson E,

    Kühl H,


    Advancing conservation planning for western chimpanzees using IUCN SSC A.P.E.S. – the case of a taxon-specific database

    Environmental Research Letters

    Even though information on global biodiversity trends becomes increasingly available, large taxonomic and spatial data gaps persist at the scale relevant to planning conservation interventions. This is because data collectors are hesitant to share data with global repositories due to workload, lack …

    Keywords :

    Pan troglodytes verus,

    West Africa,

    development corridor,

    species distribution model,

  • Ghor T,

    Agrawal E,

    Alam M,

    Alqawasmeh O,

    D'amato C,

    Annane A,

    Azzam A,

    Berezovskyi A,

    Biswas R,

    Bonduel M,

    Brabant Q,

    Bucur C,

    Camossi E,

    Carriero V,

    Chari S,

    Fraga D,

    Ciroku F,

    Cochez M,

    Curien H,

    Cutrona V,

    Dandan R,

    Dess D,

    Carlo V,

    Djebri A,

    Erp M,

    Falakh F,

    Izquierdo A,

    Futia G,

    Gangemi A,

    Gasperoni S,

    Grall A,

    Heling L,

    Henri P,

    Herradi N,

    Issa S,

    Jozashoori S,

    Juniarta N,

    Kaffee L,

    Keles I,

    Khare P,

    Kovtun V,

    Leone V,

    Li S,

    Lieber S,

    Lisena P,

    Makhalova T,

    Marinucci L,

    Minier T,

    Moreau B,

    Loustaunau A,

    Nandini D,

    Ozdowska S,

    De Moura A,

    Padhee S,

    Palma G,

    Jimnez P,

    Presutti V,

    Reda R,

    Rizza E,

    Rosales-mndez H,

    Rudolph S,

    Sack H,

    Sciullo L,

    Simanjuntak H,

    Stomeo C,

    Thanapalasingam T,

    Tietz T,

    Varanka D,

    Vidal M,

    Wolowyk M,

    Zocholl M,


    Linked Open Data Validity--A Technical Report from ISWS 2018


    Linked Open Data (LOD) is the publicly available RDF data in the Web. Each LOD entity is identfied by a URI and accessible via HTTP. LOD encodes globalscale knowledge potentially available to any human as well as artificial intelligence that may want to benefit from it as background knowledge for su…

  • Maresova J,

    Habel J,

    Neve G,

    Sielezniew M,

    Bartonova A,

    Kostro-Ambroziak A,

    Fric Z,


    Cross-continental phylogeography of two Holarctic Nymphalid butterflies, Boloria eunomia and Boloria selene


    Pleistocene glaciations had significant effects on the distribution and evolution of species inhabiting the Holarctic region. Phylogeographic studies concerning the entire region are still rare. Here, we compared global phylogeographic patterns of one boreo-montane and one boreo-temperate butterflie…

  • Joly A,

    Goëau H,

    Botella C,

    Kahl,Stefan ,

    Poupard M,

    Servajean M,

    Glotin H,

    Bonnet P,

    Vellinga W,

    Planqué R,

    Schlüter J,

    Stöter F,

    Müller H,


    LifeCLEF 2019: Biodiversity Identification and Prediction Challenges

    Building accurate knowledge of the identity, the geographic distribution and the evolution of living species is essential for a sustainable development of humanity, as well as for biodiversity conservation. However, the burden of the routine identification of plants and animals in the field is stron…

    Keywords :


    bird identification,


    machine learning,

    plant identification,

    species distribution model,

    species identification,

    species prediction,

  • Kelling S,

    Johnston A,

    Bonn A,

    Fink D,

    Ruiz-Gutierrez V,

    Bonney R,

    Fernandez M,

    Hochachka W,

    Julliard R,

    Kraemer R,

    Guralnick R,


    Using Semistructured Surveys to Improve Citizen Science Data for Monitoring Biodiversity


    Biodiversity is being lost at an unprecedented rate, and monitoring is crucial for understanding the causal drivers and assessing solutions. Most biodiversity monitoring data are collected by volunteers through citizen science projects, and often crucial information is lacking to account for the ine…

    Keywords :

    biodiversity monitoring,


    citizen science,

    science survey design,

    species distributions,

  • Jetz W,

    McGeoch M,

    Guralnick R,

    Ferrier S,

    Beck J,

    Costello M,

    Fernandez M,

    Geller G,

    Keil P,

    Merow C,

    Meyer C,

    Muller-Karger F,

    Pereira H,

    Regan E,

    Schmeller D,

    Turak E,


    Essential biodiversity variables for mapping and monitoring species populations

    Nature Ecology & Evolution

    Species distributions and abundances are undergoing rapid changes worldwide. This highlights the significance of reliable, integrated information for guiding and assessing actions and policies aimed at managing and sustaining the many functions and benefits of species. Here we synthesize the types o…

  • Varga T,

    Krizsán K,

    Földi C,

    Dima B,

    Sánchez-García M,

    Sánchez-Ramírez S,

    Szöllősi G,

    Szarkándi J,

    Papp V,

    Albert L,

    Andreopoulos W,

    Angelini C,

    Antonín V,

    Barry K,

    Bougher N,

    Buchanan P,

    Buyck B,

    Bense V,

    Catcheside P,

    Chovatia M,

    Cooper J,

    Dämon W,

    Desjardin D,

    Finy P,

    Geml J,

    Haridas S,

    Hughes K,

    Justo A,

    Karasiński D,

    Kautmanova I,

    Kiss B,

    Kocsubé S,

    Kotiranta H,

    LaButti K,

    Lechner B,

    Liimatainen K,

    Lipzen A,

    Lukács Z,

    Mihaltcheva S,

    Morgado L,

    Niskanen T,

    Noordeloos M,

    Ohm R,

    Ortiz-Santana B,

    Ovrebo C,

    Rácz N,

    Riley R,

    Savchenko A,

    Shiryaev A,

    Soop K,

    Spirin V,

    Szebenyi C,

    Tomšovský M,

    Tulloss R,

    Uehling J,

    Grigoriev I,

    Vágvölgyi C,

    Papp T,

    Martin F,

    Miettinen O,

    Hibbett D,

    Nagy L,


    Megaphylogeny resolves global patterns of mushroom evolution

    Nature Ecology & Evolution

    Mushroom-forming fungi (Agaricomycetes) have the greatest morphological diversity and complexity of any group of fungi. They have radiated into most niches and fulfil diverse roles in the ecosystem, including wood decomposers, pathogens or mycorrhizal mutualists. Despite the importance of mushroom-f…

  • Moriceau B,

    Gehlen M,

    Tréguer P,

    Baines S,

    Livage J,

    André L,


    Editorial: Biogeochemistry and Genomics of Silicification and Silicifiers

    Frontiers in Marine Science

    Silicon (Si) is continuously created in the universe by the thermonuclear fusion of oxygen atoms, mainly in massive stars (Woosley et al., 1973). Although silicon and carbon have similar electron configurations, life on Earth is based on carbon and not on silicon. The high stability of Si-O bound un…

  • Guillaume P,

    Rossella F,

    Perrine G,

    Emmanuele F,


    Variation in floral morphology in a hybrid complex of Cyclamen in Sardinia

    Plant Ecology & Diversity

    Background: Hybridisation is a key driver of plant speciation, and understanding ongoing hybridisation provides insights into the underlying process(es). We studied a hybrid complex in Mediterranean Cyclamen between the common C. repandum and rare C. balearicum in Sardinia. Aims: We analysed variati…

    Keywords :



    ecological niche,


    floral traits,



    range periphery,

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