GBits Science Supplement no. 4
The GBits Science Supplement keeps you abreast of the increasing number of scientific studies making use of data accessed through GBIF. This is the fourth edition, covering August-September 2012.
GBIF Secretariat, Friday, September 14, 2012 (All day)
GBIF Stakeholders interested in biodiversity data use.
HIGHLIGHTED ARTICLES: Potential Distribution of the Australian Native Chloris truncata Based on Modelling Both the Successful and Failed Global Introductions; Present and Potential Future Distribution of Common Vampire Bats in the Americas and the Associated Risk to Cattle; In search of the perfect aphrodisiac: Parallel use of bitter tonics in West Africa and the Caribbean;
GBIF (2012). GBits Science Supplement no. 4. 5 pp. Copenhagen: Global Biodiversity Information Facility. Available online at http://www.gbif.org/orc/?doc_id=4826.
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