Data from: The sampling and estimation of marine paleodiversity patterns: implications of a Pliocene model

James W. Valentine, David Jablonski, Andrew Z. Krug & Sarah K. Berke
Data that accurately capture the spatial structure of biodiversity are required for many paleobiological questions, from assessments of changing provinciality and the role of geographic ranges in extinction and originations, to estimates of global taxonomic or morphological diversity through time. Studies of temporal changes in diversity and global biogeographic patterns have attempted to overcome fossil sampling biases through sampling standardization protocols, but such approaches must ultimately be limited by available literature and museum collections. One...
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