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- Rudolf Meier; Bonnie B. Blaimer; Eliana Buenaventura; Emily Hartop; Thomas von Rintelen; Amrita Srivathsan; Darren Yeo
- Cladistics 2022 v.38 no.2 pp. 264-275
- algorithms; biodiversity; new species; phylogeny
- ... Halting biodiversity decline is one of the most critical challenges for humanity, but monitoring biodiversity is hampered by taxonomic impediments. One impediment is the large number of undescribed species (here called “dark taxon impediment”) whereas another is caused by the large number of superficial species descriptions, that can only be resolved by consulting type specimens (“superficial desc ...
- Kenneth J. Moore; Catherine Louise Kling; D. Raj Raman
- Agronomy 2020 v.10 no.11 pp. -
- agroecosystems; agronomy; biodiversity; bioeconomics; bioenergy cropping; carbon sequestration; climate change; employment; energy; fuels; risk reduction; rural communities; soil quality; water; Midwestern United States
- ... Bioenergy cropping systems afford the prospect to provide a more socially and ecologically sustainable bioeconomy. By creating opportunities to diversify agroecosystems, bioenergy crops can be used to fulfill multiple functions in addition to providing more environmentally benign fuels. Bioenergy crops can be assembled into cropping systems that provide both food and energy and which also provide ...