Literature

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F. Carbayo, Marques A. C.2011The costs of describing the entire animal kingdom
V. Chavan, Penev L.2011The data paper: a mechanism to incentivize data publishing in biodiversity science
A. Dubois2011Species and “strange species” in zoology: Do we need a “unified concept of species”?
A. Dubois2011The International Code of Zoological Nomenclature must be drastically improved before it is too late
M. C. Ebach, Valdecasas, A. G., Wheeler, Q. D.2011Impediments to taxonomy and users of taxonomy: accessibility and impact evaluation
M. C. Ebach2011Taxonomy and the DNA Barcoding Enterprise.
P. Ginsparg2011ArXiv at 20
X. Huang, Qiao G.2011Biodiversity databases should gain support from journals
X. Huang, Qiao G.2011Biodiversity databases should gain support from journals
J. Höglund2011Evolutionary Conservation Genetics, Jacob Höglund. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK (2009). 150 pp., $130.00/$65.00, hardcover ISBN: 978-0-19-921421-1, paperback ISBN: 978-0-19
P. Ingwersen, Chavan V.2011Indicators for the Data Usage Index (DUI): an incentive for publishing primary biodiversity data through global information infrastructure
L. N. Joppa, Roberts, D. L., Pimm, S. L.2011The population ecology and social behaviour of taxonomists
D. Kim, Yu H.2011Figure text extraction in biomedical literature
A. M. Lister2011Natural history collections as sources of long-term datasets
R. M. May2011Why Worry about How Many Species and Their Loss?
D. P. Mindell, Fisher, B. L., Roopnarine, P., Eisen, J., Mace, G. M., Page, R. D. M., Pyle, R. L.2011Aggregating, Tagging and Integrating Biodiversity Research
J. C. Molloy2011The Open Knowledge Foundation: Open Data Means Better Science
C. Mora, Tittensor, D. P., Adl, S., Simpson, A. G. B., Worm, B.2011How many species are there on Earth and in the ocean?
C. Mora, Tittensor, D. P., Adl, S., Simpson, A. G. B., Worm, B.2011How Many Species Are There on Earth and in the Ocean?
T. Moritz, Krishnan, S., Roberts, D., Ingwersen, P., Agosti, D., Penev, L., Cockerill, M., Chavan, V.2011Towards mainstreaming of biodiversity data publishing: recommendations of the GBIF Data Publishing Framework Task Group
D. L. Pearson, Hamilton, A. L., Erwin, T. L.2011Recovery Plan for the Endangered Taxonomy Profession.
P. N. Robinson, Bauer S.2011Introduction to Bio-ontologies
L. M. Santos, Faria L. R.2011The taxonomy’s new clothes: a little more about the DNA-based taxonomy
G. F. Smith, Figueiredo E.2011Responsible species description: A change of attitude is needed to facilitate and improve access to biological material
D. Strain20118.7 Million: A New Estimate for All the Complex Species on Earth
E. Tancoigne, Bole, C., Sigogneau, A., Dubois, A.2011Insights from Zootaxa on potential trends in zoological taxonomic activity
C. Tenopir, Allard, S., Douglass, K., Aydinoglu, A. Umur, Wu, L., Read, E., Manoff, M., Frame, M.2011Data Sharing by Scientists: Practices and Perceptions
J. Whitfield2011Species spellchecker fixes plant glitches
M. C. Whitlock2011Data archiving in ecology and evolution: best practices.
C. Wood, Sullivan, B., Iliff, M., Fink, D., Kelling, S.2011eBird: Engaging Birders in Science and Conservation
H. Wägele, Klussmann-Kolb, A., Kuhlmann, M., Haszprunar, G., Lindberg, D., Koch, A., J ägele, W.2011The taxonomist - an endangered race. A practical proposal for its survival
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