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Conservation biogeography of the Antarctic
Article first published online: 22 MAY 2012
© 2012 Blackwell Publishing Ltd
Diversity and Distributions
Volume 18, Issue 7, pages 726–741, July 2012
How to Cite
Terauds, A., Chown, S. L., Morgan, F., J. Peat, H., Watts, D. J., Keys, H., Convey, P. and Bergstrom, D. M. (2012), Conservation biogeography of the Antarctic. Diversity and Distributions, 18: 726–741. doi: 10.1111/j.1472-4642.2012.00925.x
- Issue published online: 7 JUN 2012
- Article first published online: 22 MAY 2012
- Manuscript Accepted: 18 APR 2012
- Manuscript Revised: 14 APR 2012
- Manuscript Received: 2 FEB 2012
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|ddi925-sup-0001-supportinginformation.doc||Word document||1712K||Figure S1 Number of records in 200-km grid cells that overlap with ice-free areas of Antarctica. Figure S2 Relationship between number of taxa and number of records in 200-km grid cells overlaying ice-free Antarctica. Figure S3 Dendrogram from group-average cluster analyses of 200-km grid cells. Figure S4 Graphical output from Generalized Dissimilarity Modelling. Figure S5 Relationship between number of taxa and number of records in environmental domains overlaying ice-free Antarctica. Figure S6 Relationship between number of taxa and number of records in expert-defined bioregions overlaying ice-free Antarctica. Figure S7 Location of Antarctic Specially Protected Areas. Table S1 Number of taxa and records for each Phylum present in data set used for analyses. Table S2 Terrestrial classification schemes of the broad Antarctic region from studies that focussed primarily on the delineation of bioregions and their relationships with each other. Table S3 Terrestrial classification schemes of the broad Antarctic region from studies that did not focus primarily on biogeographical analyses. Table S4 Terrestrial classification schemes of the sub-Antarctic region. Table S5 Biogeographically distinct Southern Ocean Island groups. Table S6 Marine classification schemes for the Antarctic and sub-Antarctic regions. Table S7 Description of ice-free environmental domains with summary of biological records. Table S8 Descriptions of expert-defined bioregions with summary of biological records. Appendix S1 Exploratory analyses of 200-km grid cells. Appendix S2 Generalized dissimilarity modelling of 200-km cells. Appendix S3 Environmental Domains of Antarctica (EDA) analyses. Appendix S4 List of participants in assessment of expert-defined bioregions. Appendix S5 Details of cluster comparisons and partitioning of environmental domains by enclosing expert-defined bioregions. Appendix S6 Supporting information references.|
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