Our study in the news

More than 95% of Uruguay’s land area remains insufficiently sampled for biodiversity.

Our study in the news

More than 95% of Uruguay’s land area remains insufficiently sampled for biodiversity.

The results from our first research paper were featured in the press. Journalist Leo Lagos interviewed us about the manuscript Multiple forms of hotspots of tetrapod biodiversity and the challenges of open-access data scarcity in this article for the Science section of La Diaria newspaper.

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Uruguayan Consortium of Biodiversity Data