How to Cite AquaMaps
Kaschner, K., Kesner-Reyes, K., Garilao, C., Segschneider, J., Rius-Barile, J. Rees, T., & Froese, R. (2019, October).
AquaMaps: Predicted range maps for aquatic species. Retrieved from https://www.aquamaps.org.
Using Full or Large Sets of AquaMaps Data
We strongly encourage partnering with the AquaMaps team for larger research projects or publications
that would make intensive use of AquaMaps to ensure that you have access to the latest version and/or reviewed maps,
that the limitations of the data set are clearly understood and addressed, and that critical maps and/or
unlikely results are recognized as such and double-checked for correctness prior to drawing conclusions
and/or subsequent publication.
Contact the AquaMaps team.
AquaMaps generates standardized computer-generated and fairly reliable large scale predictions of marine and freshwater species.
Although the AquaMaps team and their collaborators have obtained data from sources believed to be reliable and have made every
reasonable effort to ensure its accuracy, many maps have not yet been verified by experts and we strongly suggest you verify
species occurrences with independent sources before usage. We will not be held responsible for any consequence from the use or
misuse of these data and/or maps by any organization or individual.
This work is licensed under a
Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported License (CC-BY-NC).
You are welcome to include text, numbers and maps from AquaMaps in your own web sites for non-commercial use,
given that such inserts are clearly identified as coming from AquaMaps, with a backward link to the respective
source page. Note that although species photos and drawings draw mainly from FishBase and SeaLifeBase, they belong to the
indicated persons or organizations and have their own copyright statements.
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