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Biodiversity Hotspots (version 2016.1)

Michael Hoffman; Kellee Koenig; Gill Bunting; Jennifer Costanza; Williams, Kristen J.


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@dataset{michael_hoffman_2016_3261807,
  author       = {Michael Hoffman and
                  Kellee Koenig and
                  Gill Bunting and
                  Jennifer Costanza and
                  Williams, Kristen J.},
  title        = {Biodiversity Hotspots (version 2016.1)},
  month        = apr,
  year         = 2016,
  note         = {{Version 2016.1. 25 April 2016. Added North 
                   American Coastal Plains hotspot (Noss, R.F.,
                   Platt, W.J., Sorrie, B.A., Weakley, A.S., Means,
                   D.B., Costanza, J., and Peet, R.K. (2015). How
                   global biodiversity hotspots may go unrecognized:
                   lessons from the North American Coastal Plain.
                   Diversity and Distributions, 21, 236–244.) Hotspot
                   boundary modified to remove overlap with
                   Mesoamerica and Madrean Pine-Oak Woodlands
                   hotspots.  Version 2016. 4 April 2016. Version
                   2011 with updated Eastern Afromontane hotspot
                   boundary based on improved elevation data (Eastern
                   Afromontane Outcomes profile, BirdLife
                   International, 2016).  Version 2011. Added Forests
                   of Eastern Australia hotspot (Full set of 35
                   hotspots: Mittermeier, R. A., Turner, W. R.,
                   Larsen, F. W., Brooks, T. M., \& Gascon, C. (2011).
                   Global biodiversity conservation: The critical
                   role of hotspots. In F. E. Zachos \& J. C. Habel
                   (Eds.), Biodiversity Hotspots (pp. 3–22). Berlin
                   Heidelberg: Springer. New hotspot: Williams, K.
                   J., Ford, A., Rosauer, D. F., Silva, N.,
                   Mittermeier, R. A., Bruce, C., … Margules, C.
                   (2011). Forests of East Australia: The 35th
                   biodiversity hotspot. In F. E. Zachos \& J. C.
                   Habel (Eds.), Biodiversity Hotspots (pp. 295–310).
                   Berlin Heidelberg: Springer.).  Version 2004.
                   Hotspots Revisited (Mittermeier, R. A., Robles
                   Gil, P., Hoffmann, M., Pilgrim, J., Brooks, T.,
                   Mittermeier, C. G., … da Fonseca, G. A. B. (2004).
                   Hotspots Revisited: Earth's Biologically Richest
                   and Most Endangered Ecoregions (p. 390). Mexico
                   City, Mexico: CEMEX.)  Version 2000. Hotspots
                   (Myers, N., Mittermeier, R. A., Mittermeier, C.
                   G., da Fonseca, G. A. B., \& Kent, J. (2000).
                   Biodiversity hotspots for conservation priorities.
                   Nature, 403, 853–858.)}},
  publisher    = {Zenodo},
  version      = {2016.1},
  doi          = {10.5281/zenodo.3261807},
  url          = {https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3261807}
}
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