Scientists can now measure biodiversity on a global scaleJan. 26, 2018
Scientists in South Africa have identified an effective way to accurately measure biodiversity on a global scale.
Researchers at Stellenbosch University have developed new strategies to more accurately estimate the levels of biodiversity among little-studied regions, thus providing a more comprehensive global estimate of species diversity. Better models could help scientists meet these challenges. The models tested by Kunin and his colleagues proved a mixed bag.
The most accurate model was one created by Fangliang He, from the University of Alberta, Canada, and Tsung-Jen Shen, a professor at Taiwan's National Chung Hsing University.
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