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SUPERSMART: ecology and evolution in the era of big data
Rapidly growing biological data volumes – including molecular sequences, species traits, geographic occurrences, specimen collections, and fossil records – hold an unprecedented, yet largely unexplored potential to reveal how ecological and evolutionary processes generate and maintain biodiversity. Most biodiversity studies integrating ecological data and evolutionary history use an idiosyncratic step-by-step approach for the reconstruction of time-calibrated phylogenies in light of ecologicaldoi:10.7287/peerj.preprints.501v1 fatcat:ctjosf4nkbei5elhxcz2lhlowu