Data from: Biodiversity monitoring, earth observations, and the ecology of scale

Christopher B. Anderson
Human activity and land use change are dramatically altering the sizes, geographic distributions, and functioning of biological populations worldwide, with tremendous consequences for human well-being. Yet our ability to measure, monitor, and forecast biodiversity change – crucial to addressing it – remains limited. Biodiversity monitoring systems are being developed to improve this capacity by deriving metrics of change from an array of in situ data (e.g., field plots or species occurrence records) and Earth observations...
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