If you have ever used more than one database describing information for a list of species, you probably have struggled with the "joys" of finding the right name matches. I work mostly with mammalian databases (I have compiled a list of many of these useful resources here) and despite being generally well-know species I always run … Continue reading Who is Who? Matching taxonomic names
This entry is inspired by conversations and discussions that occurred during the recent British Ecological Society Macroecology Special Interest Group meeting in Oxford (7-8 July 2016). Macroecologists often rely on data collected by other people, which can be compiled into large databases covering wide areas and many species. These data are becoming increasingly available, but … Continue reading Are these the data you are looking for?