Jeudi 21 Septembre 2017

Publications françaises liées au GBIF

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  • Kissling W,

    Ahumada J,

    Bowser A,

    Fernandez M,

    Fernández N,

    García E,

    Guralnick R,

    Isaac N,

    Kelling S,

    Los W,

    McRae L,

    Mihoub J,

    Obst M,

    Santamaria M,

    Skidmore A,

    Williams K,

    Agosti D,

    Amariles D,

    Arvanitidis C,

    Bastin L,

    De Leo F,

    Egloff W,

    Elith J,

    Hobern D,

    Martin D,

    Pereira H,

    Pesole G,

    Peterseil J,

    Saarenmaa H,

    Schigel D,

    Schmeller D,

    Segata N,

    Turak E,

    Uhlir P,

    Wee B,

    Hardisty A,


    Building essential biodiversity variables (EBVs) of species distribution and abundance at a global scale

    Biological Reviews

    Much biodiversity data is collected worldwide, but it remains challenging to assemble the scattered knowledge for assessing biodiversity status and trends. The concept of Essential Biodiversity Variables (EBVs) was introduced to structure biodiversity monitoring globally, and to harmonize and standa…

    Keywords :

    big data,

    biodiversity monitoring,

    data interoperability,

    ecological sustainability,

    environmental policy,

    global change research,




    research infrastructures,




    Importance: nomenclatural action to restrict the submission of superfluous generic names Tomogonopus (Diplopoda, Spirostreptida, Spirostreptidae) a re…


    Tomogonopus nomen novum Sierwald & Mauriès is introduced as a replacement for Tomogonus Demange, 1971 (pre-occupied by Tomogonus D’Orbigny, 1904, Coleoptera) for an African millipede genus from Sierra Leone (Spirostreptida, Spirostreptidae). A previously introduced generic replacement name, Umbratic…

  • Network C,

    Archambeau A,

    Cavière F,

    Goimard J,

    Lecoq M,

    Sinou C,

    Bruneau A,


    Canadensys and GBIF France: collaboration through the GBIF network to help launch the new Canadensys explorer

    Proceedings of TDWG

    With over 780 million records, the Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF) is an international consortium whose goal is to collect data on biodiversity and make them available, free and online, to everyone. Canadensys ( is a network of researchers, collectors, cura…

    Keywords :

    Atlas of Living Australia framework,


    Capacity Enhancement Support Program,

    Global Biodiversity Information Facility,


  • Muñoz V,

    Cohen-Nabeiro A,

    David R,

    Camáñez V,

    Nonell-Canals A,

    Senar M,

    Couvet D,

    Feral J,

    Delavaud A,

    Tatoni T,


    Analysis on the Graph Techniques for Data-mining and Visualization of Heterogeneous Biodiversity Data Sets

    Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Complexity, Future Information Systems and Risk

    Extisting biodiversity databases contain an abundance of information. To turn such information into knowledge, it is necessary to address several information-model issues. Biodiversity data are collected for various scientific objectives, often even without clear preliminary objectives, may follow d…

    Keywords :

    Biodiversity Data Mining,

    Biodiversity Metadata Visualization,


    Ontology Engineering,

  • Wheeler H,

    Høye T,

    Svenning J,


    Wildlife species benefitting from a greener Arctic are most sensitive to shrub cover at leading range edges

    Global Change Biology

    Widespread expansion of shrubs is occurring across the Arctic. Shrub expansion will substantially alter arctic wildlife habitats. Identifying which wildlife species are most affected by shrubification is central to predicting future arctic community composition. Through meta-analysis, we synthesized…

    Keywords :


    Climate change,

    Global warming,

    Habitat suitability,



    Plant‐animal interactions,

    Shrub encroachment,

  • Sanders M,

    Merle D,

    Bouchet P,

    Castelin M,

    Beu A,

    Samadi S,

    Puillandre N,


    One for each ocean: revision of the Bursa granularis (Röding, 1798) species complex (Gastropoda: Tonnoidea: Bursidae)

    Journal of Molluscan Studies

    Bursa granularis (Röding, 1798) is a tonnoidean gastropod that is regarded as broadly distributed throughout the Indo-Pacific and tropical western Atlantic. Because of its variable shell it has received no less than thirteen names, now all synonymized under the name B. granularis. We sequenced a fra…

  • Gill M,

    Jongman R,

    Luque S,

    Mora B,

    Paganini M,

    Szantoi Z,


    A Sourcebook of Methods and Procedures for Monitoring Essential Biodiversity Variables in Tropical Forests with Remote Sensing

    Past decades have seen a growing demand for biodiversity data to inform development decisions at the local to national scale for underpinning global and sub-global assessments (e.g. United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity (UN CBD), and National Biodiversity Strategies and Action Plans (NBS…

  • Groom Q,

    Adriaens T,

    Desmet P,

    Simpson A,

    De Wever A,

    Bazos I,

    Cardoso A,

    Charles L,

    Christopoulou A,

    Gazda A,

    Helmisaari H,

    Hobern D,

    Josefsson M,

    Lucy F,

    Marisavljevic D,

    Oszako T,

    Pergl J,

    Petrovic-Obradovic O,

    Pr?vot C,

    Ravn H,

    Richards G,

    Roques A,

    Roy H,

    Rozenberg M,

    Scalera R,

    Tricarico E,

    Trichkova T,

    Vercayie D,

    Zenetos A,

    Vanderhoeven S,


    Seven Recommendations to Make Your Invasive Alien Species Data More Useful

    Frontiers in Applied Mathematics and Statistics

    Science-based strategies to tackle biological invasions depend on recent, accurate, well-documented, standardised and openly accessible information on alien species. Currently and historically, biodiversity data are scattered in numerous disconnected data silos that lack interoperability. The situat…

    Keywords :


    Data Management Plan,

    Data interoperability,

    Introduced Species,


    Pest species,



  • Tanner R,

    Branquart E,

    Brundu G,

    Buholzer S,

    Chapman D,

    Ehret P,

    Fried G,

    Starfinger U,

    van Valkenburg J,


    The prioritisation of a short list of alien plants for risk analysis within the framework of the Regulation (EU) No. 1143/2014


    Thirty-seven alien plant species, pre-identified by horizon scanning exercises were prioritised for pest risk analysis (PRA) using a modified version of the EPPO Prioritisation Process designed to be compliant with the EU Regulation 1143/2014. In Stage 1, species were categorised into one of four li…

    Keywords :



    ecosystem services,



    risk management,

  • Pérez‐Escobar O,

    Chomicki G,

    Condamine F,

    Karremans A,

    Bogarín D,

    Matzke N,

    Silvestro D,

    Antonelli A,


    Recent origin and rapid speciation of Neotropical orchids in the world’s richest plant biodiversity hotspot

    New Phytologist

    The Andean mountains of South America are the most species-rich biodiversity hotspot worldwide with c. 15% of the world’s plant species, in only 1% of the world’s land surface. Orchids are a key element of the Andean flora, and one of the most prominent components of the Neotropical epiphyte diversi…

    Keywords :



    biodiversity hotspots,



    molecular clocks,

    mountain building,


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