The biodiversity challenge: Expanded hot-spots analysis

  title={The biodiversity challenge: Expanded hot-spots analysis},
  author={N. Myers},
  • N. Myers
  • Published 1990
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Environmentalist
  • SummaryThis paper aims to throw light on the mass extinction that is overtaking Earth's species. [...] Key Result The paper identifies another eight such areas, four of them in tropical forests and four in Mediterranean-type zones.Expand Abstract
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