Detail of global distribution map of Aedes aegypti, Kraemer MUG, Sinka ME, Duda KA et al (2015) The global distribution of the arbovirus vectors Aedes aegypti and Ae. albopictus, eLife 2015;4:e08347 doi:10.7554/eLife.08347.
Denmark’s Zoological Museum publishes 18 years of moth monitoring observations
The Zoological Museum in Copenhagen has published data from an 18-year roof-top monitoring programme that collects insects with light traps.
Relying primarily on GBIF-mediated data, researchers use the native distribution of four snakes recently introduced to the Balearic Islands in order to estimate current and future habitat suitability and understand the invasion risk they present.
A unique team of researchers from the United States, Pakistan and China refined an ecological niche model with artificial nighttime lighting imagery to identify long-term areas for conservation planning and protection of the Asiatic black bear.
From García-Roselló E, Guisande C, Manjarrés-Hernández A et al. (2015), Figure 2d: World variation in species richness of marine ﬁsh species according to GBIF-MaxEnt-restricted maps (α-shape = 6, threshold = 0.75) at 1°resolution