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Benthos Dataset; segmented photomosaics from three oceanic environments

Matan Yuval, Iñigo Alonso, Ana C. Murillo & Tali Treibitz
Reefs constitute some of the richest and most diverse environments on the planet, manifesting in complex biogenic 3D structures. As such, they are intensively studied. In benthic images, full segmentation (where every pixel is classified) is difficult and labour-intensive to achieve using human-based manual labeling. To solve that, we utilize label-augmentation, i.e., propagation of sparse manual labels to accelerate this task and achieve full map segmentation. The Benthos dataset contains fully labeled photomosaics from three...

Biometric conversion factors as a unifying platform for comparative assessment of invasive freshwater bivalves

Neil Coughlan, Eoghan Cunningham, Ross Cuthbert, Patrick Joyce, Pedro Anastacio, Filipe Banha, Nicolás Bonel, Stephanie Bradbeer, Elizabeta Briski, Vincent Butitta, Zuzana Čadková, Jaimie Dick, Karel Douda, Lawrence Eagling, Noé Ferreira-Rodríguez, Leandro Hünicken, Mattias Johansson, Louise Kregting, Anna Labecka, Deliang Li, Florencia Liquin, Jonathan Marescaux, Todd Morris, Patrycja Nowakowska, Małgorzata Ożgo … & Francisco Sylvester
1. Invasive bivalves continue to spread and negatively impact freshwater ecosystems worldwide. As different metrics for body size and biomass are frequently used within the literature to standardise bivalve related ecological impacts (e.g. respiration and filtration rates), the lack of broadly applicable conversion equations currently hinders reliable comparison across bivalve populations. To facilitate improved comparative assessment amongst studies originating from disparate geographic locations, we report body size and biomass conversion equations for six invasive freshwater...

Data from: One million years of diversity shifts in amphibians and reptiles in a Mediterranean landscape: resilience rules the Quaternary.

Almudena Martínez-Monzón, Almudena Martínez Monzón, GLORIA CUENCA-BESCÓS, Josep Francesc Bisbal-Chinesta & Hugues-Alexandre Blain
By contrast with the strain undergone by amphibian and reptile populations today, broadly documented in the scientific literature, the Quaternary fossil record of these groups is very conservative. In order to establish the non-human-induced effect of climate change on herpetofaunal diversity, we collect data from Pleistocene sites of the Sierra de Atapuerca complex (Burgos, Spain), which records the last few million years of changes. Diversity of herpetofauna communities present in this period was measured in...

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