2022
DOI: 10.1111/geb.13449
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Abstract: Motivation SIA‐BRA is a data set that compiles stable carbon (C) and nitrogen (N) isotope ratios of terrestrial and aquatic animals sampled in Brazilian biomes and coastal marine areas. Stable isotope ratios are helpful in animal ecology for several reasons; for instance, they can be used to investigate trophic niches, energy sources (diet tracing) and to track migration patterns. The Neotropics are considered one of the most undersampled regions of the world. Given that Brazil is a continental country where m… Show more

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“…Finally, as long-term perspective, a regionalized database focused on the Baltic Sea, with the establishment of a Baltic Sea plugin in “Isobank” or the implementation of a dedicated “Baltic Isobank”, would align well with other regional efforts, including future science-based monitoring and assessments of the environmental status of food webs under the MSFD D4 and HELCOM HOLAS efforts (HELCOM 2018 ). Regional efforts such as the dIANA database for paleo-dietary SI data (Etu-Sihvola et al 2019 ), the Brasilian SIA-BRA database of δ 13 C and δ 15 N values for terrestrial and aquatic animals (Diniz-Reis et al 2022 ), and established Baltic Sea regional databases for biological, oceanographic, and fish stock data in ICES ( https://www.ices.dk/data/Pages/default.aspx ) and HELCOM ( https://helcom.fi/baltic-sea-trends/data-maps/ ) can serve as models to assess drawbacks and benefits of regionalized efforts.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Finally, as long-term perspective, a regionalized database focused on the Baltic Sea, with the establishment of a Baltic Sea plugin in “Isobank” or the implementation of a dedicated “Baltic Isobank”, would align well with other regional efforts, including future science-based monitoring and assessments of the environmental status of food webs under the MSFD D4 and HELCOM HOLAS efforts (HELCOM 2018 ). Regional efforts such as the dIANA database for paleo-dietary SI data (Etu-Sihvola et al 2019 ), the Brasilian SIA-BRA database of δ 13 C and δ 15 N values for terrestrial and aquatic animals (Diniz-Reis et al 2022 ), and established Baltic Sea regional databases for biological, oceanographic, and fish stock data in ICES ( https://www.ices.dk/data/Pages/default.aspx ) and HELCOM ( https://helcom.fi/baltic-sea-trends/data-maps/ ) can serve as models to assess drawbacks and benefits of regionalized efforts.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%