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  • Schubert M,

    Marcussen T,

    Meseguer A,

    Fjellheim S,


    The grass subfamily Pooideae: Cretaceous–Palaeocene origin and climate‐driven Cenozoic diversification

    Global Ecology and Biogeography

    Aim: Frost is among the most dramatic stresses a plant can experience, and complex physiological adaptations are needed to endure long periods of sub‐zero temperatures. Owing to the need to evolve these complex adaptations, transitioning from tropical to temperate climates is regarded as difficult. …

    Keywords :






    niche transition,



    temperate adaptations,

  • Sporbert M,

    Bruelheide H,

    Seidler G,

    Keil P,

    Jandt U,

    Austrheim G,

    Biurrun I,

    Campos J,

    Čarni A,

    Chytrý M,

    Csiky J,

    De Bie E,

    Dengler J,

    Golub V,

    Grytnes J,

    Indreica A,

    Jansen F,

    Jiroušek M,

    Lenoir J,

    Luoto M,

    Marcenò C,

    Moeslund J,

    Pérez‐Haase A,

    Rūsiņa S,

    Vandvik V,

    Vassilev K,

    Welk E,


    Assessing sampling coverage of species distribution in biodiversity databases

    Journal of Vegetation Science

    Aim: Biodiversity databases are valuable resources for understanding plant species distributions and dynamics, but they may insufficiently represent the actual geographic distribution and climatic niches of species. Here we propose and test a method to assess sampling coverage of species distributio…

    Keywords :

    Chorological Database Halle (CDH),

    Dynamic Match Coefficient (DMC),

    European Vegetation Archive (EVA),

    climatic niche,



    realized niche,

    sampling bias,

    spatial scale,

    species range,

    vascular plant,

    vegetation-plot databases,

  • Keles I,

    Qawasmeh O,

    Tietz T,

    Marinucci L,

    Reda R,

    Van Erp M,


    A Proposal for a Two-Way Journey on Validating Locations in Unstructured and Structured Data

    The Web of Data has grown explosively over the past few years, and as with any dataset, there are bound to be invalid statements in the data, as well as gaps. Natural Language Processing (NLP) is gaining interest to fill gaps in data by transforming (unstructured) text into structured data. However,…

    Keywords :

    data validity,

    linked data,

    natural language processing,

  • Escoriza D,

    Hernandez A,


    Using hierarchical spatial models to assess the occurrence of an island endemism: the case of Salamandra corsica

    Ecological Processes

    Background: Island species are vulnerable to rapid extinction, so it is important to develop accurate methods to determine their occurrence and habitat preferences. In this study, we assessed two methods for modeling the occurrence of the Corsican endemic Salamandra corsica, based on macro-ecologica…

    Keywords :



    Mediterranean islands,



  • Gallagher R,

    Falster D,

    Maitner B,

    Salguero-Gomez R,

    Vandvik V,

    Pearse W,

    Schneider F,

    Kattge J,

    Alroy J,

    Ankenbrand M,

    Andrew S,

    Balk M,

    Bland L,

    Boyle B,

    Bravo-Avila C,

    Brennan I,

    Carthey A,

    Catullo R,

    Cavazos B,

    Chown S,

    Fadrique B,

    Feng X,

    Halbritter A,

    Hammock J,

    Hogan J,

    Holewa H,

    Iversen C,

    Jochum M,

    Kearney M,

    Keller A,

    Mabee P,

    Madin J,

    Manning P,

    McCormack L,

    Michaletz S,

    Park D,

    Penone C,

    Perez T,

    Pineda-Munoz S,

    Poelen J,

    Ray C,

    Rossetto M,

    Sauquet H,

    Sparrow B,

    Spasojevic M,

    Telford R,

    Tobias J,

    Violle C,

    Walls R,

    Weiss K,

    Westoby M,

    Wright I,

    Enquist B,


    The Open Traits Network: Using Open Science principles to accelerate trait-based science across the Tree of Life


    Synthesising trait observations and knowledge across the Tree of Life remains a grand challenge for biodiversity science. Despite the well-recognised importance of traits for addressing ecological and evolutionary questions, trait-based approaches still struggle with several basic data requirements …

  • Sakalauskaite J,

    Andersen S,

    Biagi P,

    Borrello M,

    Cocquerez T,

    Colonese A,

    Dal Bello F,

    Girod A,

    Heumüller M,

    Koon H,

    Mandili G,

    Medana C,

    Penkman K,

    Plasseraud L,

    Schlichtherle H,

    Taylor S,

    Tokarski C,

    Thomas J,

    Wilson J,

    Marin F,

    Demarchi B,


    Palaeoshellomics' reveals the use of freshwater mother-of-pearl in prehistory


    The extensive use of mollusc shell as a versatile raw material is testament to its importance in prehistoric times. The consistent choice of certain species for different purposes, including the making of ornaments, is a direct representation of how humans viewed and exploited their environment. The…

    Keywords :

    Archaeological science,



    Mollusc shells,




    Tandem Mass Spectrometry,


  • Bernal R,

    Bacon C,

    Balslev H,

    Hoorn C,

    Bourlat S,

    Tuomisto H,

    Salamanca S,

    Manen M,

    Romero I,

    Sepulchre P,

    Antonelli A,


    Could coastal plants in western Amazonia be relicts of past marine incursions?

    Journal of Biogeography

    The rainforests of Amazonia comprise some of the most biologically diverse ecosystems on Earth. Despite this high biodiversity, little is known about how landscape changes that took place in deep history have affected the assembly of its species, and whether the impact of such changes on biodiversit…

  • Klonner G,

    Wessely J,

    Gattringer A,

    Moser D,

    Dullinger I,

    Hülber K,

    Rumpf S,

    Block S,

    Bossdorf O,

    Carboni M,

    Conti L,

    Dawson W,

    Haeuser E,

    Hermy M,

    Münkemüller T,

    Parepa M,

    Thuiller W,

    Van der Veken S,

    Verheyen K,

    van Kleunen M,

    Essl F,

    Dullinger S,


    Effects of climate change and horticultural use on the spread of naturalized alien garden plants in Europe


    Climate warming is supposed to enlarge the area climatically suitable to the naturalization of alien garden plants in temperate regions. However, the effects of a changing climate on the spread of naturalized ornamentals have not been evaluated by spatially and temporarily explicit range modelling a…

    Keywords :

    Biological invasions,

    climate change,


    plant naturalization,

    propagule pressure,

    range dynamics,

  • Hünicken L,

    Sylvester F,

    Bonel N,


    Freshwater invasive clams grow faster and reproduce earlier in recently introduced populations with reduced growth rates

    Many species are shifting their ranges being forced to rapidly respond to novel stressful environmental conditions. Colonizing individuals experience a complex mixture of selective forces that favor rapid evolution of life history traits notably affecting dispersal and reproductive rates in newly in…

    Keywords :

    Asiatic clam,

    Corbicula fluminea,

    Front-edge populations,

    Growth rates,

    Invasive species,

    r selection,

  • Bruelheide H,

    Dengler J,

    Jiménez‐Alfaro B,

    Purschke O,

    Hennekens S,

    Chytrý M,

    Pillar V,

    Jansen F,

    Kattge J,

    Sandel B,

    Aubin I,

    Biurrun I,

    Field R,

    Haider S,

    Jandt U,

    Lenoir J,

    Peet R,

    Peyre G,

    Sabatini F,

    Schmidt M,

    Schrodt F,

    Winter M,

    Aćić S,

    Agrillo E,

    Alvarez M,

    Ambarlı D,

    Angelini P,

    Apostolova I,

    Arfin Khan M,

    Arnst E,

    Attorre F,

    Baraloto C,

    Beckmann M,

    Berg C,

    Bergeron Y,

    Bergmeier E,

    Bjorkman A,

    Bondareva V,

    Borchardt P,

    Botta‐Dukát Z,

    Boyle B,

    Breen A,

    Brisse H,

    Byun C,

    Cabido M,

    Casella L,

    Cayuela L,

    Černý T,

    Chepinoga V,

    Csiky J,

    Curran M,

    Ćušterevska R,

    Dajić Stevanović Z,

    De Bie E,

    de Ruffray P,

    De Sanctis M,

    Dimopoulos P,

    Dressler S,

    Ejrnæs R,

    El‐Sheikh M,

    Enquist B,

    Ewald J,

    Fagúndez J,

    Finckh M,

    Font X,

    Forey E,

    Fotiadis G,

    García‐Mijangos I,

    Gasper A,

    Golub V,

    Gutierrez A,

    Hatim M,

    He T,

    Higuchi P,

    Holubová D,

    Hölzel N,

    Homeier J,

    Indreica A,

    Işık Gürsoy D,

    Jansen S,

    Janssen J,

    Jedrzejek B,

    Jiroušek M,

    Jürgens N,

    Kącki Z,

    Kavgacı A,

    Kearsley E,

    Kessler M,

    Knollová I,

    Kolomiychuk V,

    Korolyuk A,

    Kozhevnikova M,

    Kozub ,

    Krstonošić D,

    Kühl H,

    Kühn I,

    Kuzemko A,

    Küzmič F,

    Landucci F,

    Lee M,

    Levesley A,

    Li C,

    Liu H,

    Lopez‐Gonzalez G,

    Lysenko T,

    Macanović A,

    Mahdavi P,

    Manning P,

    Marcenò C,

    Martynenko V,

    Mencuccini M,

    Minden V,

    Moeslund J,

    Moretti M,

    Müller J,

    Munzinger J,

    Niinemets ,

    Nobis M,

    Noroozi J,

    Nowak A,

    Onyshchenko V,

    Overbeck G,

    Ozinga W,

    Pauchard A,

    Pedashenko H,

    Peñuelas J,

    Pérez‐Haase A,

    Peterka T,

    Petřík P,

    Phillips O,

    Prokhorov V,

    Rašomavičius V,

    Revermann R,

    Rodwell J,

    Ruprecht E,

    Rūsiņa S,

    Samimi C,

    Schaminée J,

    Schmiedel U,

    Šibík J,

    Šilc U,

    Škvorc ,

    Smyth A,

    Sop T,

    Sopotlieva D,

    Sparrow B,

    Stančić Z,

    Svenning J,

    Swacha G,

    Tang Z,

    Tsiripidis I,

    Turtureanu P,

    Uğurlu E,

    Uogintas D,

    Valachovič M,

    Vanselow K,

    Vashenyak Y,

    Vassilev K,

    Vélez‐Martin E,

    Venanzoni R,

    Vibrans A,

    Violle C,

    Virtanen R,

    Wehrden H,

    Wagner V,

    Walker D,

    Wana D,

    Weiher E,

    Wesche K,

    Whitfeld T,

    Willner W,

    Wiser S,

    Wohlgemuth T,

    Yamalov S,

    Zizka G,

    Zverev A,


    sPlot – A new tool for global vegetation analyses

    Journal of Vegetation Science

    Aims: Vegetation‐plot records provide information on the presence and cover or abundance of plants co‐occurring in the same community. Vegetation‐plot data are spread across research groups, environmental agencies and biodiversity research centers and, thus, are rarely accessible at continental or g…

    Keywords :



    community ecology,


    functional diversity,

    global scale,


    phylogenetic diversity,

    plot database,


    taxonomic diversity,

    vascular plant,

    vegetation relevé,

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