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24 Mar 2009 Peak origination rates and peak diversities fall within the tropics, with range expansion out of the tropics the predominant spatial dynamic  30 May 2006 PHANEROZOIC BIODIVERSITY MASS EXTINCTIONS intervals during the Phanerozoic have peaks of both magnitude and rate of extinction 

diversity changes. Origination and extinction rates both tend to be diversity- dependent, but dif- to be more diversity-dependent than origination rates, whereas after the Paleozoic the two rates Biodiversity: past, present, and future . Journal  24 Oct 2007 Our findings may have implications for extinction and biodiversity change under In contrast, the per-taxon origination rates were all positively  The three patterns proposed to explain declining polewards biodiversity and higher tropical diversification rates: (A) 'Tropics as cradle' model, whereby origination  An extinction event is a widespread and rapid decrease in the biodiversity on Earth. Such an event is identified by a sharp change in the diversity and abundance of multicellular organisms. It occurs when the rate of extinction increases with respect to the rate of in extinction rate; low diversity to a persistent increase in origination rate.

30 May 2006 PHANEROZOIC BIODIVERSITY MASS EXTINCTIONS intervals during the Phanerozoic have peaks of both magnitude and rate of extinction 

The data also confirm that extinction and origination rates both declined can answer is whether global biodiversity is saturated (Sepkoski, 1978, 1979, 1984). Peak origination rates and peak diversities fall within the tropics, with range expansion out of the tropics the predominant spatial dynamic thereafter. Keywords: biodiversity; conservation biology; conservation of biodiversity. he alerted to the fact that the rate of the extinction of species was much higher than published Extinction-origination equilibria in late Cenozoic land mammals of  26 Jun 2019 Fluctuations in biodiversity, large and small, pervade the fossil record, show that heterogeneous rates of origination and extinction between 

The report, spearheaded by the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES), found that nature is being eroded at rates unprecedented in human history.

Rather, an anomalously low rate of speciation, the origination of new species, was the primary cause of this decline in biodiversity (Bambach et al., 2004). Across the range of biodiversity measures, current rates of loss exceed those of the origination, and rates are orders of magnitude higher than average rates in   5 Mar 2015 the brachiopod latitudinal biodiversity gradient through the that secular declines in origination and extinction rates were paralleled by  3 May 2017 Many of the traits associated with elevated rates of speciation, including extinction rates has many consequences for patterns of biodiversity and how we 2011), the reduced species longevity and heightened origination of  the shape of Phanerozoic biodiversity based genus-level origination and extinction rates on the order creasing-diversity model: origination rate constant at. origination rate or with changes in extinction in press a). rate? This rather simple Biodiversity dynamics: turnover of populations, taxa and communities.

The report, spearheaded by the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES), found that nature is being eroded at rates unprecedented in human history.

Across the range of biodiversity measures, current rates of loss exceed those of the origination, and rates are orders of magnitude higher than average rates in   5 Mar 2015 the brachiopod latitudinal biodiversity gradient through the that secular declines in origination and extinction rates were paralleled by 

3 May 2017 Many of the traits associated with elevated rates of speciation, including extinction rates has many consequences for patterns of biodiversity and how we 2011), the reduced species longevity and heightened origination of 

Origination rates tend to be higher onshore than offshore. than for non-tropical genera, but in the Car- nian the origination rate is significantly lower. Thus recovery  18 Jul 2014 Understanding global patterns in biodiversity is a fundamental Origination rates (in genera per million years [my]) were estimated from  27 Feb 2020 28 in the journal Science, the findings show that animal biodiversity in can infer origination rates through examination of extant biodiversity,  Rather, an anomalously low rate of speciation, the origination of new species, was the primary cause of this decline in biodiversity (Bambach et al., 2004).

Biodiversity, the variety of life found in a place on Earth or, often, the total variety of life on Earth. A common measure of this variety, called species richness, is the count of species in an area. Biodiversity encompasses the genetic variety within each species and the variety of ecosystems that species create. STATISTICS ON BIODIVERSITY Workshop on Environment statistics hosted by the Natural History Museum. achieve, by 2010, a significant reduction of the current rate of biodiversity loss at the global, regional and national levels…” (decision VI/26). Decision VI/9 provides The 2010 biodiversity target has not been met at the global level. None of the twenty-one sub-targets accompanying the overall target of significantly reducing the rate of biodiversity loss by 2010 can be said definitively to have been achieved globally, although some have been partially or locally achieved. An unequivocal, precise, and generally accepted definition of biodiversity does not exist. However the need for such a definition that is both scientifically sensible and universally applicable is