Fellow Carmen Soria published a paper entitled COMBINE: a coalesced mammal database of intrinsic and extrinsic traits, co-authored by Michela Pacifici, Moreno Di Marco, Sarah M. Stephen and Carlo Rondinini.
Species’ traits are defined as any measurable characteristic belonging to an individual. Traits influence multiple processes such as the distribution of a species, or how species respond to changes in the environment. In this data paper, the authors collected and unified under the same taxonomy, mammal trait data belonging to multiple data sources. COMBINE is a common repository of a variety of mammal traits, including information on morphology, reproduction, diet, biogeography, life-habit and phenology.
Soria, C.D., Pacifici, M., Di Marco, M., Stephen, S.M., Rondinini, C., (2021) COMBINE: a coalesced mammal database of intrinsic and extrinsic traits. Ecology. https://doi.org/10.1002/ecy.3344 → Open Access repository