“Biodiversity” Science-Research, October 2021 — summary from U.S. Geological Survey Publications Warehouse
U.S. Geological Survey Publications Warehouse — summary generated by Brevi Assistant
A new data layer provides Coastal and Marine Ecological Classification Standard tags for global coastal sections at 1 km or shorter resolution. We discuss the designated application of the new CSU data for research and administration in coastal locations. Evaluating the current state of and anticipating modification in the ocean’s organic and ecosystem resources requires monitoring and research to secure these valuable public assets. The Marine Biodiversity Observation Network partnered with the Global Ocean Observing System Biology and Ecosystems Panel and the Ocean Biodiversity Information System to resolve these needs through cooperation, data standardization, and data sharing. Groundwater-dependent ecosystems and species are discovered throughout watersheds at locations of groundwater discharge, yet not all GDEs are the very same, nor are the groundwater systems sustaining them. Groundwater moves along a range of circulation paths of various sizes and with various contributing locations, varying from shorter regional flow paths with low discharge and large seasonal irregularity to springs, wetlands and streams to much longer local circulation paths with possibly larger discharge and reduced seasonal irregularity, commonly at reduced basin altitudes. Approaches for 21st-century environmental monitoring and preservation under global adjustment need a solid understanding of the organic mechanisms that mediate responses to climate- and human-driven adjustment to effectively reduce the variety of contractions, terminations, and the deterioration of ecosystem services. Beyond the intrinsic expertise gain such integrative research will increasingly provide the context, tools, and appropriate instance research to aid in mitigating climate-driven biodiversity losses in the 21st century and beyond.
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