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Carabid beetle assemblages (Coleoptera, Carabidae) across urban-rural gradients: an international comparison
We studied communities of carabid beetles in residual forest patchesalong urban-suburban-rural gradients in three cities (Helsinki, Finland; Sofia,Bulgaria and Edmonton, Canada) to examine theirExpand
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The search for common anthropogenic impacts on biodiversity: a global network
We introduce an initiative to assess and compare landscape changes related to human activities on a global scale, using a single group of invertebrates. The GLOBENET programme uses common fieldExpand
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The Genus Carabus in Europe : A Synthesis
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Fauna Europaea – all European animal species on the web
Abstract Fauna Europaea is Europe's main zoological taxonomic index, making the scientific names and distributions of all living, currently known, multicellular, European land and freshwater animalsExpand
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Revision of the Oriental genera of Agathidinae (Hymenoptera, Braconidae) with an emphasis on Thailand and interactive keys to genera published in three different formats
Th e genera of Oriental Agathidinae are revised and a fully illustrated dichotomous key is presented. New generic concepts are proposed for Bassus Fabricius, 1804 and Hypsostypos Baltazar, 1963.Expand
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DNAqua-Net: Developing new genetic tools for bioassessment and monitoring of aquatic ecosystems in Europe
DNAqua-Net: Developing new genetic tools for bioassessment and monitoring ... 3 conceptual framework for the standard application of eco-genomic tools as part of legally binding assessments of fresh- and marine water bodies. Expand
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Biodiversity inventories in high gear: DNA barcoding facilitates a rapid biotic survey of a temperate nature reserve
Abstract Background Comprehensive biotic surveys, or ‘all taxon biodiversity inventories’ (ATBI), have traditionally been limited in scale or scope due to the complications surrounding specimenExpand
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Beyond dead trees: integrating the scientific process in the Biodiversity Data Journal
Biodiversity Data Journal is not a conventional journal, nor is it a conventional “data journal”. Expand
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Creative Commons licenses and the non-commercial condition: Implications for the re-use of biodiversity information
The Creative Commons Non-Commercial (CC NC) licenses exclude re-use scenarios leading to monetary profits or other commercial advantages (increased notability, etc.). Expand
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Why We Need Sustainable Networks Bridging Countries, Disciplines, Cultures and Generations for Aquatic Biomonitoring 2.0: A Perspective Derived From the DNAqua-Net COST Action
Abstract Aquatic biomonitoring has become an essential task in Europe and many other regions as a consequence of strong anthropogenic pressures affecting the health of lakes, rivers, oceans andExpand
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