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Biodiversity of Antarctic echinoids: a comprehensive and interactive database
David, B.; Choné, T.; Festeau, A.; Mooi, R.; De Ridder, C. (2003). Biodiversity of Antarctic echinoids: a comprehensive and interactive database, in: Thatje, S. et al. (Ed.) Interactions between the Magellan Region and the Antarctic: Antarctic benthic deep-sea biodiversity. Extended Abstracts of the IBMANT/ANDEEP International Symposium and Workshop, 19-24 October, 2003, Ushuaia, Argentina. pp. 47-48
In: Thatje, S.; Calcagno, J.A.; Arntz, W.E. (Ed.) (2003). Interactions between the Magellan Region and the Antarctic: Antarctic benthic deep-sea biodiversity. Extended Abstracts of the IBMANT/ANDEEP International Symposium and Workshop, 19-24 October, 2003, Ushuaia, Argentina. Centro Austral de Investigaciones Científicas: Ushuaia. 196 pp., more

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  • David, B.; Choné, T.; Festeau, A.; Mooi, R.; De Ridder, C. (2005). Biodiversity of Antarctic echinoids: a comprehensive and interactive database. Sci. Mar. (Barc.) 69(Suppl. 2): 201-203. dx.doi.org/10.3989/scimar.2005.69s2201, more

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Document types: Conference paper; Summary

Keywords
    Echinoidea [WoRMS]; Marine
Author keywords
    sea urchins; Antarctic; biodiversity; database

Authors  Top 
  • David, B., more
  • Choné, T.
  • Festeau, A.
  • Mooi, R.
  • De Ridder, C., more

Abstract
    Eighty-one echinoid species are present south of the Antarctic Convergence, and they represent an important component of the benthic fauna. "Antarctic echinoids" is an interactive database synthesising the results of more than 100 years of Antarctic expeditions, and comprising information about all echinoid species. It includes illustrated keys for determination of the species, and information about their morphology and ecology (text, illustrations and glossary) and their distribution (maps and histograms of bathymetrical distribution); the sources of the information (bibliography, collections and expeditions) are also provided. All these data (taxonomic, morphologic, geographic, bathymetric...) can be interactively queried in two main ways: (1) display of listings that can be browsed, sorted according to various criteria, or printed; and (2) interactive requests crossing the different kinds of data. Many other possibilities are offered, and an on-line help file is also available.

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