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Map of Life: new global biodiversity patterns pages launched

Thursday, June 1, 2017

Map of Life has released a first suite of maps that aggregate biodiversity patterns. These pages feature global biodiversity patterns based on publications in Nature and PNAS. The types of maps available are:

Species Phylogenetic Functional
Species Richness Phylogenetic Diversity Functional Diversity
Species Endemism Phylogenetic Endemism Functional Endemism
Local Species Diversity Priority Local Phylogenetic Diversity Priority Local Functional Diversity Priority
Global Species Diversity Priority Global Phylogenetic Diversity Priority Global Functional Diversity Priority

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