Jeudi 12 Décembre 2019

Publications françaises liées au GBIF

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  • Clairbaux M,

    Fort J,

    Mathewson P,

    Porter W,

    Strøm H,

    Grémillet D,

    (2019)

    Climate change could overturn bird migration: Transarctic flights and high-latitude residency in a sea ice free Arctic

    Scientific Reports

    Climate models predict that by 2050 the Arctic Ocean will be sea ice free each summer. Removing this barrier between the Atlantic and the Pacific will modify a wide range of ecological processes, including bird migration. Using published information, we identified 29 arctic-breeding seabird species,…

  • Requier F,

    Paillet Y,

    Laroche F,

    Rutschmann B,

    Zhang J,

    Lombardi F,

    Svoboda M,

    Steffan‐Dewenter I,

    (2019)

    Contribution of European forests to safeguard wild honeybee populations

    Conservation Letters

    Recent studies reveal the use of tree cavities by wild honeybee colonies in European forests. This highlights the conservation potential of forests for a highly threatened component of the native entomofauna in Europe, but currently no estimate of potential wild honeybee population sizes exists. Her…

    Keywords :

    Apis mellifera,

    conservation,

    forest management,

    honeybees,

    native populations,

    protected forests,

    tree cavities,

    unmanaged broadleaved forests,

  • Stévart T,

    Dauby G,

    Lowry P,

    Blach-Overgaard A,

    Droissart V,

    Harris D,

    Mackinder B,

    Schatz G,

    Sonké B,

    Sosef M,

    Svenning J,

    Wieringa J,

    Couvreur T,

    (2019)

    A third of the tropical African flora is potentially threatened with extinction

    Science Advances

    Preserving tropical biodiversity is an urgent challenge when faced with the growing needs of countries. Despite their crucial importance for terrestrial ecosystems, most tropical plant species lack extinction risk assessments, limiting our ability to identify conservation priorities. Using a novel a…

  • Claudet J,

    Bopp L,

    Cheung W,

    Devillers R,

    Escobar-Briones E,

    Haugan P,

    Heymans J,

    Masson-Delmotte V,

    Matz-Lück N,

    Miloslavich P,

    Mullineaux L,

    Visbeck M,

    Watson R,

    Zivian A,

    Ansorge I,

    Araujo M,

    Aricò S,

    Bailly D,

    Barbière J,

    Barnerias C,

    Bowler C,

    Brun V,

    Cazenave A,

    Diver C,

    Euzen A,

    Gaye A,

    Hilmi N,

    Ménard F,

    Moulin C,

    Muñoz N,

    Parmentier R,

    Pebayle A,

    Pörtner H,

    Osvaldina S,

    Ricard P,

    Santos R,

    Sicre M,

    Thiébault S,

    Thiele T,

    Troublé R,

    Turra A,

    Uku J,

    Gaill F,

    (2019)

    A Roadmap for Using the UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development in Support of Science, Policy, and Action

    One Earth

    The health of the ocean, central to human well-being, has now reached a critical point. Most fish stocks are overexploited, climate change and increased dissolved carbon dioxide are changing ocean chemistry and disrupting species throughout food webs, and the fundamental capacity of the ocean to reg…

    Keywords :

    United Nations,

    human well-being,

    ocean health,

    policy levers,

    strategy,

    sustainability,

    transformative actions,

  • UETZ P,

    CHERIKH S,

    SHEA G,

    INEICH I,

    CAMPBELL P,

    DORONIN I,

    ROSADO J,

    WYNN A,

    TIGHE K,

    MCDIARMID R,

    LEE J,

    KÖHLER G,

    ELLIS R,

    DOUGHTY P,

    RAXWORTHY C,

    SCHEINBERG L,

    RESETAR A,

    SABAJ M,

    SCHNEIDER G,

    FRANZEN M,

    GLAW F,

    BÖHME W,

    SCHWEIGER S,

    GEMEL R,

    COUPER P,

    AMEY A,

    DONDORP E,

    OFER G,

    MEIRI S,

    WALLACH V,

    (2019)

    A global catalog of primary reptile type specimens

    Zootaxa

    We present information on primary type specimens for 13,282 species and subspecies of reptiles compiled in the Reptile Database, that is, holotypes, neotypes, lectotypes, and syntypes. These represent 99.4% of all 13,361 currently recognized taxa (11,050 species and 2311 subspecies). Type specimens …

    Keywords :

    Reptilia,

    herpetological collections,

    holotype,

    lectotype,

    neotype,

    sauria,

    serpentes,

    squamata,

    syntype,

    testudines,

  • Helmstetter A,

    Buggs R,

    Lucas S,

    (2019)

    Repeated long-distance dispersal and convergent evolution in hazel

    Scientific Reports

    Closely related species with a worldwide distribution provide an opportunity to understand evolutionary and biogeographic processes at a global scale. Hazel (Corylus) is an economically important genus of tree and shrub species found in temperate regions of Asia, North America and Europe. Here we us…

  • Bénichou L,

    Gerard I,

    Chester C,

    Agosti D,

    (2019)

    The European Journal of Taxonomy: Enhancing taxonomic publications for dynamic data exchange and navigation

    Biodiversity Information Science and Standards

    The European Journal of Taxonomy (EJT) was initiated by a consortium of European natural history publishers to take advantage of the shift from paper to electronic-only publishing (Benichou et al. 2011). Whilst originally publishing in PDF format has been considered the state of the art, it became r…

    Keywords :

    FAIR access,

    Publishing Workflow,

    XML,

    diamond open access,

  • Esperon-Rodriguez M,

    Beaumont L,

    Lenoir J,

    Baumgartner J,

    McGowan J,

    Correa-Metrio A,

    Camac J,

    (2019)

    Climate change threatens the most biodiverse regions of Mexico

    Biological Conservation

    Climate change threatens Earth’s biodiversity, although its impacts are variable and depend on the capacity of species and ecosystems to cope with the magnitude and speed of change. Natural protected areas (NPAs) constitute potential refugia for species’ persistence and for sustaining the provisioni…

    Keywords :

    Biosphere reserves,

    Climate niche,

    Climatic space,

    Hypervolume,

    Natural protected areas,

    Vulnerability,

  • Saeedi H,

    Reimer J,

    Brandt M,

    Dumais P,

    Jażdżewska A,

    Jeffery N,

    Thielen P,

    Costello M,

    (2019)

    Global marine biodiversity in the context of achieving the Aichi Targets: ways forward and addressing data gaps

    PeerJ

    In 2010, the Conference of the Parties of the Convention on Biological Diversity agreed on the Strategic Plan for Biodiversity 2011–2020 in Aichi Prefecture, Japan. As this plan approaches its end, we discussed whether marine biodiversity and prediction studies were nearing the Aichi Targets during …

    Keywords :

    Aichi targets,

    Biodiversity tools and pipelines,

    Biogeography,

    Data standard,

    Data standards,

    Discovery,

    Dissemination,

    Marine biodiversity,

    Prediction,

    Stewardship,

    Stewardship and dissemination,

    Tools and pipelines,

  • Dong X,

    Ju T,

    Grenouillet G,

    Laffaille P,

    Lek S,

    Liu J,

    (2019)

    Spatial pattern and determinants of global invasion risk of an invasive species, sharpbelly Hemiculter leucisculus (Basilesky, 1855)

    Science of The Total Environment

    Invasive species have imposed huge negative impacts on worldwide aquatic ecosystems and are generally difficult or impossible to be eradicated once established. Consequently, it becomes particularly important to ascertain their invasion risk and its determinants since such information can help us fo…

    Keywords :

    Aquatic invasive species,

    Ensemble predicting,

    Habitat-suitability,

    Invasion risk,

    Management strategies,

    Species distribution models,

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