Biodiversity mapping

The comment below contains various links to online examples of biodiversity mapping, broadly defined. These form the basis for a discussion of the nature and motivation behind such mapping efforts.

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11 thoughts on “Biodiversity mapping”


      1. Figure mapping soil biodiversity that includes worms, fungi, and microscopic organisms (like tardigrades and rotifers )

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