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Species360 Conservation Science Alliance Releases Species Knowledge Index

National Academy of Sciences journal PNAS: ZIMS replaces “best-guess” assumptions with data for species survival rates.

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences: The study, “Data gaps and opportunities for comparative and conservation biology,” suggests a value far beyond the data itself. As Conservation Science Alliance and other researchers apply analytics to data aggregated across global sources, including ZIMS, they glean insights that impact outcomes for species in danger of extinction. Moreover, this can provide key insights for comparative and evolutionary biology, such as understanding the evolution of aging. 

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