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An inverse latitudinal gradient in speciation rate for marine fishes
Far more species of organisms are found in the tropics than in temperate and polar regions, but the evolutionary and ecological causes of this pattern remain controversial1,2. Tropical marine fishExpand
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Ancient DNA reveals that bowhead whale lineages survived Late Pleistocene climate change and habitat shifts.
The climatic changes of the glacial cycles are thought to have been a major driver of population declines and species extinctions. However, studies to date have focused on terrestrial fauna and thereExpand
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FishMark: A Linked Data Application Benchmark
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FishBase is an important species data collection produced by the FishBase Information and Research Group Inc (FIN), a not-forprofit NGO with the aim of collecting comprehensive information (from the taxonomic to the ecological) about all the world’s finned fish. Expand
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Geographic and temporal dynamics of a global radiation and diversification in the killer whale
Global climate change during the Late Pleistocene periodically encroached and then released habitat during the glacial cycles, causing range expansions and contractions in some species. TheseExpand
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Large marine protected areas represent biodiversity now and under climate change
Large marine protected areas (>30,000 km2) have a high profile in marine conservation, yet their contribution to conservation is contested. Assessing the overlap of large marine protected areas withExpand
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Blueprints of Effective Biodiversity and Conservation Knowledge Products That Support Marine Policy
Biodiversity and conservation data are generally costly to collect, particularly in the marine realm. Hence, data collected for a given—often scientific—purpose are occasionally contributed towardsExpand
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Data-driven approach for highlighting priority areas for protection in marine areas beyond national jurisdiction
Abstract One of the aims of the United Nations (UN) negotiations on the conservation and sustainable use of marine biodiversity in areas beyond national jurisdiction (ABNJ) is to develop a legalExpand
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Exploitation and status of European stocks
Report about the outcome of four workshops in 2016, about the assessment of all European stocks
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Influence of past climate change on phylogeography and demographic history of narwhals, Monodon monoceros
The Arctic is warming at an unprecedented rate, with unknown consequences for endemic fauna. However, Earth has experienced severe climatic oscillations in the past, and understanding how speciesExpand
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