Dimanche 19 Août 2018

Publications françaises liées au GBIF

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  • Fargier N,

    (2018)

    In Search of a Sustainable Model for Digital Heritage Repositories: A Case Study

    22nd International Conference on Electronic Publishing

    A wide range of initiatives for developing research and data infrastructures have been funded in recent years. There is a growing concern amongst the academic community to maintain the resources invested beyond the period of the original research funding. If technical progress has been made to prese…

    Keywords :

    Practitioner’s paper,

    data repositories,

    digitized documentary heritage,

    open access,

    open data,

    sustainability,

  • Nygren A,

    Parapar J,

    Pons J,

    Meißner K,

    Bakken T,

    Kongsrud J,

    Oug E,

    Gaeva D,

    Sikorski A,

    Johansen R,

    Hutchings P,

    Lavesque N,

    Capa M,

    (2018)

    A mega-cryptic species complex hidden among one of the most common annelids in the North East Atlantic

    PLOS ONE

    We investigate mitochondrial (COI, 16S rDNA) and nuclear (ITS2, 28S rDNA) genetic structure of North East Atlantic lineages of Terebellides, a genus of sedentary annelids mainly inhabiting continental shelf and slope sediments. We demonstrate the presence of more than 25 species of which only seven …

  • Abotsi K,

    Kokou K,

    Dubuisson J,

    Rouhan G,

    (2018)

    A first checklist of the Pteridophytes of Togo (West Africa)

    Biodiversity Data Journal

    The present work proposes, for the first time, a study exclusively focused on the diversity of Pteridophytes in Togo.

    Keywords :

    Biodiversity,

    Checklist,

    Ferns,

    Lycopods,

    Pteridophytes,

    Togo,

    West Africa,

  • Troudet J,

    Vignes-Lebbe R,

    Grandcolas P,

    Legendre F,

    (2018)

    The increasing disconnection of primary biodiversity data from specimens: How does it happen and how to handle it?

    Systematic Biology

    Primary biodiversity data represent the fundamental elements of any study in systematics and evolution. They are, however, no longer gathered as they used to be and the mass-production of observation-based occurrences is overthrowing the collection of specimen-based occurrences. Although this change…

    Keywords :

    Primary biodiversity data,

    ancillary data,

    big data,

    biodiversity occurrences,

    database,

    observation,

    specimen,

  • Joffard N,

    Massol F,

    Grenié M,

    Montgelard C,

    Schatz B,

    (2018)

    Effect of pollination strategy, phylogeny and distribution on pollination niches of Euro-Mediterranean orchids

    Journal of Ecology

    1.Pollination niches are important components of ecological niches and have played a major role in the diversification of Angiosperms. In this study, we focused on Euro‐Mediterranean orchids, which use diverse pollination strategies and interact with various functional groups of insects. In these or…

    Keywords :

    Orchidaceae,

    Plant-insect interactions,

    flowering time,

    geographical range,

    network,

    phylogenetic conservatism,

    specialisation,

  • Lecoq M,

    Archambeau A,

    Cavière F,

    Martin D,

    dos Remedios N,

    (2018)

    The Living Atlases community in action: general introduction

    Biodiversity Information Science and Standards

    Atlas of Living Australia (ALA) (https://www.ala.org.au/) is the Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF) node of Australia. In 2010, they launched an open and free platform for sharing and exploring biodiversity data. Thanks to this new infrastructure, they have been able to drastically incr…

  • Archambeau A,

    Cavière F,

    Koura K,

    Lecoq M,

    Pamerlon S,

    Ganglo J,

    (2018)

    The Living Atlases community in action: the GBIF Benin data portal

    Biodiversity Information Science and Standards

    Atlas of Living Australia (ALA) (https://www.ala.org.au/) is the Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF) node of Australia. They developed an open and free platform for sharing and exploring biodiversity data. All the modules are publicly available for reuse and customization on their GitHub…

  • Slavik K,

    Lemmen C,

    Zhang W,

    Kerimoglu O,

    Klingbeil K,

    Wirtz K,

    (2018)

    The large-scale impact of offshore wind farm structures on pelagic primary productivity in the southern North Sea

    Hydrobiologia

    The increasing demand for renewable energy is projected to result in a 40-fold increase in offshore wind electricity in the European Union by 2030. Despite a great number of local impact studies for selected marine populations, the regional ecosystem impacts of offshore wind farm (OWF) structures ar…

    Keywords :

    Biofouling,

    MOSSCO,

    Modular coupling,

    North Sea,

    Offshore wind farm,

    Primary productivity,

  • dos Remedios N,

    Lecoq M,

    Martin D,

    Ratcliffe S,

    (2018)

    The Living Atlases community in action: the NBN Atlas Spatial Portal and “Explore Your Region” module

    Biodiversity Information Science and Standards

    Atlas of Living Australia (ALA) (https://www.ala.org.au/) is the Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF) node of Australia. Since 2010, they have developed and improved a platform for sharing and exploring biodiversity information. All the modules are publicly available for reuse and customi…

    Keywords :

    GBIF,

    NBN Atlases,

    Spatial portal,

  • Lalis A,

    Mona S,

    Stoetzel E,

    Bonhomme F,

    Souttou K,

    Ouarour A,

    Aulagnier S,

    Denys C,

    Nicolas V,

    (2018)

    Out of Africa: demographic and colonization history of the Algerian mouse (Mus spretus Lataste)

    Heredity

    North Africa is now recognized as a major area for the emergence and dispersal of anatomically modern humans from at least 315 kya. The Mediterranean Basin is thus particularly suited to study the role of climate versus human-mediated changes on the evolutionary history of species. The Algerian mous…

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