Mardi 21 Novembre 2017

Publications françaises liées au GBIF

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  • Imbach P,

    Fung E,

    Hannah L,

    Navarro-Racines C,

    Roubik D,

    Ricketts T,

    Harvey C,

    Donatti C,

    Läderach P,

    Locatelli B,

    Roehrdanz P,

    (2017)

    Coupling of pollination services and coffee suitability under climate change

    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

    Climate change will cause geographic range shifts for pollinators and major crops, with global implications for food security and rural livelihoods. However, little is known about the potential for coupled impacts of climate change on pollinators and crops. Coffee production exemplifies this issue, …

    Keywords :

    adaptation strategies,

    coffee,

    pollination,

    smallholder farms,

    suitability modeling,

  • Slavik K,

    Lemmen C,

    Zhang W,

    Kerimoglu O,

    Klingbeil K,

    Wirtz K,

    (2017)

    The large scale impact of offshore windfarm structures on pelagic primary production in the southern North Sea

    arXiv

    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 windfarm structures are not y…

    Keywords :

    MOSSCO,

    North Sea,

    Offshore wind farm,

    biofouling,

    modular coupling,

    primary production,

  • Romanov E,

    Jaquemet S,

    Puetz L,

    (2017)

    A giant squid (Architeuthis dux) off Reunion Island, western Indian Ocean: the greatest giant ever?

    Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom

    A freshly dead individual of the giant squid Architeuthis dux , presumably mutilated by a predator of bigger or comparable size, is reported from the south-western Indian Ocean in proximity to Reunion Island. The species was identified from body and beak morphology and validated genetically. The dor…

    Keywords :

    Cephalopod habitat,

    distribution records,

    dorsal mantle length,

    lower rostral length,

    total length,

  • Waeber P,

    Gardner C,

    Lourenço W,

    Wilmé L,

    (2017)

    On specimen killing in the era of conservation crisis – A quantitative case for modernizing taxonomy and biodiversity inventories

    PLOS ONE

    Background to the work: For centuries taxonomy has relied on dead animal specimens, a practice that persists today despite the emergence of innovative biodiversity assessment methods. Taxonomists and conservationists are engaged in vigorous discussions over the necessity of killing animals for speci…

  • Jeger M,

    Bragard C,

    Caffier D,

    Candresse T,

    Chatzivassiliou E,

    Dehnen‐Schmutz K,

    Gilioli G,

    Grégoire J,

    Jaques Miret J,

    MacLeod A,

    Navarro M,

    Niere B,

    Parnell S,

    Potting R,

    Rafoss T,

    Rossi V,

    Urek G,

    Van Der Werf W,

    West J,

    Winter S,

    Gardi C,

    Mosbach‐Schulz O,

    Koufakis I,

    Van Bruggen A,

    (2017)

    Pest risk assessment of Diaporthe vaccinii for the EU territory

    EFSA Journal

    As requested by the European Commission, the EFSA Panel on Plant Health (PLH) Panel assessed the risk of Diaporthe vaccinii in the EU, focusing on entry, establishment, spread and impacts on cultivated and wild Vaccinium species, the principal hosts being American and European cranberry and blueberr…

  • Joly A,

    Goëau H,

    Glotin H,

    Spampinato C,

    Bonnet P,

    Vellinga W,

    Lombardo J,

    Planqué R,

    Palazzo S,

    Müller H,

    (2017)

    LifeCLEF 2017 Lab Overview: Multimedia Species Identification Challenges

    Lecture Notes in Computer Science,Experimental IR Meets Multilinguality, Multimodality, and Interaction

    Automated multimedia identification tools are an emerging solution towards building accurate knowledge of the identity, the geographic distribution and the evolution of living plants and animals. Large and structured communities of nature observers as well as big monitoring equipment have actually s…

  • Despot-Belmonte K,

    Bingham H,

    Doudin M,

    Weatherdon L,

    Schmeller D,

    Penner J,

    Wetzel F,

    Regan E,

    Geijzendorffer I,

    Thalmann A,

    Pan X,

    Lewis E,

    Scrimgeour R,

    Bubb P,

    Hoffmann A,

    Häuser C,

    Vohland K,

    Arvanitidis C,

    Underwood E,

    Tucker G,

    Grace M,

    Rose D,

    Penev L,

    Jacobsen K,

    Martin C,

    (2017)

    Deliverable 7.4 (D7. 4) Strategies and business plan for regional and global biodiversity information infrastructures M52

    The EU BON project aims to Build the European Biodiversity Observation Network, and is the European contribution to the Group on Earth Observation Biodiversity Observation Network (GEO BON). This present deliverable, entitled “Strategies and business plan for regional and global biodiversity informa…

  • Carboni M,

    Guéguen M,

    Barros C,

    Georges D,

    Boulangeat I,

    Douzet R,

    Dullinger S,

    Klonner G,

    van Kleunen M,

    Essl F,

    Bossdorf O,

    Haeuser E,

    Talluto M,

    Moser D,

    Block S,

    Conti L,

    Dullinger I,

    Münkemüller T,

    Thuiller W,

    (2017)

    Simulating plant invasion dynamics in mountain ecosystems under global change scenarios

    Global Change Biology

    Across the globe, invasive alien species cause severe environmental changes, altering species composition and ecosystem functions. So far, mountain areas have mostly been spared from large-scale invasions. However, climate change, land-use abandonment, the development of tourism and the increasing o…

  • Troudet J,

    Grandcolas P,

    Blin A,

    Vignes-Lebbe R,

    Legendre F,

    (2017)

    Taxonomic bias in biodiversity data and societal preferences

    Scientific Reports

    Studying and protecting each and every living species on Earth is a major challenge of the 21st century. Yet, most species remain unknown or unstudied, while others attract most of the public, scientific and government attention. Although known to be detrimental, this taxonomic bias continues to be …

  • Lecoq M,

    Cavière F,

    Gendreau C,

    Goimard J,

    Martinez de la Riva S,

    Shah M,

    Martin D,

    (2017)

    Living Atlases Community

    Proceedings of TDWG

    Since 2010, the Atlas of Living Australia (ALA) provides information on all the known species in Australia and contributes to the Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF). By lending access to this national open source platform, the open and modular architecture of ALA enables re-use of ALA t…

    Keywords :

    Atlas of Living Australia,

    Community,

    Data portals,

    GBIF,

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