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02.12.19:   Anne is invited to present at ERC Europe - Sustainable future: Contribution of frontier research.
                    She discusses her ERC grants (Advanced and Proof of Concept) and talks about biodiversity,
                    BioTIME and how the database is helping to inform the direction of research and the challenges we face.

10.11.19:   New paper 'Temporal β diversity—A macroecological perspective' is featured in the
                   Macroecology 30th Anniversary Edition of Global Ecology & Biogeography

18.10.19:   Exciting new paper using BioTIME out in Science with accompanying perspective

08.10.19:   Anne is interviewed on The Life Scientist on BBC Radio 4, to listen to the
                    programme click here

07.10.19:   To date, BioTIME has had over 1500 downloads from this site

02.10.19:   Maria is invited to give a talk at Santa Fe Institute

26.09.19:   Anne discusses how biodiversity responds to human impacts on a global scale as
                    well as from a guppy’s perspective at the annual Poeciliid Conference in Mexico.

10.09.18:   BioTIME is featured in the top 5 research tools for the week of 3rd September on LabWorm

07.09.18:   To date, BioTIME has had over 250 downloads from this site

24.07.18:   BioTIME data paper is published in GEB

10.07.18:   BioTIME is discussed at the BES Quantiative Meeting by Maria in her lightning talk and is
                    also featured in the poster session for the BES Macroecology Meeting


Please cite as detailed below when using BioTIME: ('save link as' to download .ris file)
Dornelas M, Antão LH, Moyes F, Bates, AE, Magurran, AE, et al. BioTIME: A database of biodiversity time series for the Anthropocene. Global Ecol Biogeogr. 2018; 27:760 - 786. https://doi.org/10.1111/geb.12729



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