Mardi 16 Juillet 2019

Publications françaises liées au GBIF

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  • Bernal R,

    Bacon C,

    Balslev H,

    Hoorn C,

    Bourlat S,

    Tuomisto H,

    Salamanca S,

    Manen M,

    Romero I,

    Sepulchre P,

    Antonelli A,

    (2019)

    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,

    (2019)

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

    Ecography

    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,

    horticulture,

    plant naturalization,

    propagule pressure,

    range dynamics,

  • Hünicken L,

    Sylvester F,

    Bonel N,

    (2019)

    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,

    (2019)

    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 :

    Plot,

    biodiversity,

    community ecology,

    ecoinformatics,

    functional diversity,

    global scale,

    macroecology,

    phylogenetic diversity,

    plot database,

    s,

    taxonomic diversity,

    vascular plant,

    vegetation relevé,

  • Conde D,

    Staerk J,

    Colchero F,

    da Silva R,

    Schöley J,

    Baden H,

    Jouvet L,

    Fa J,

    Syed H,

    Jongejans E,

    Meiri S,

    Gaillard J,

    Chamberlain S,

    Wilcken J,

    Jones O,

    Dahlgren J,

    Steiner U,

    Bland L,

    Gomez-Mestre I,

    Lebreton J,

    González Vargas J,

    Flesness N,

    Canudas-Romo V,

    Salguero-Gómez R,

    Byers O,

    Berg T,

    Scheuerlein A,

    Devillard S,

    Schigel D,

    Ryder O,

    Possingham H,

    Baudisch A,

    Vaupel J,

    (2019)

    Data gaps and opportunities for comparative and conservation biology

    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

    Biodiversity loss is a major challenge. Over the past century, the average rate of vertebrate extinction has been about 100-fold higher than the estimated background rate and population declines continue to increase globally. Birth and death rates determine the pace of population increase or decline…

    Keywords :

    Demographic Species Knowledge Index,

    biodemography,

    extinction,

    fertility,

    mortality,

  • Malumbres-Olarte J,

    Cardoso P,

    Crespo L,

    Gabriel R,

    Pereira F,

    Carvalho R,

    Rego C,

    Nunes R,

    Ferreira M,

    Amorim I,

    Rigal F,

    Borges P,

    (2019)

    Standardised inventories of spiders (Arachnida, Araneae) of Macaronesia I: The native forests of the Azores (Pico and Terceira islands)

    Biodiversity Data Journal

    Background: The data presented here come from samples collected as part of two recent research projects (NETBIOME - ISLANDBIODIV and FCT - MACDIV) which aimed at understanding the drivers of community assembly in Macaronesian islands. We applied the sampling protocol COBRA (Conservation Oriented Bio…

    Keywords :

    Araneae,

    Arthropoda,

    Azores,

    Pico,

    Terceira,

    exotic species,

    native forest,

    standardised sampling,

  • Frachon L,

    Mayjonade B,

    Bartoli C,

    Hautekeete N,

    Roux F,

    (2019)

    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,

    (2019)

    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,

    (2019)

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

    arXiv

    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,

    (2019)

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

    PLOS ONE

    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…

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