Global biodiversity scenarios for the year 2100.

@article{Sala2000GlobalBS,
  title={Global biodiversity scenarios for the year 2100.},
  author={Osvaldo E. Sala and F. Stuart Chapin and Juan J. Armesto and Eric L Berlow and Janine Bloomfield and Rodolfo Dirzo and E Huber-Sanwald and Laura Foster Huenneke and Robert B. Jackson and Ann Kinzig and Rik Leemans and David M. Lodge and Harold Mooney and Mart{\'i}n Oesterheld and N. LeRoy Poff and Martin T. Sykes and Brian Walker and Mark Walker and Diana H. Wall},
  journal={Science},
  year={2000},
  volume={287 5459},
  pages={
          1770-4
        }
}
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