There are links to polar climate and tropical biodiversity

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Multiscale view of the fossil record in a marine environment and palaeoecology based on microfossils as a model

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Identifying outliers in high-density microfossil data. New insights from a long-term record of Earth’s climate

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Using null models to analyse ecological networks: A peer-reviewed article by A. Swain et al. Spatial segregation in bird communities

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