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The ‘Map of Life’ Will Track Every Plant and Animal on the Entire Planet

Sarah Laskow / GOOD
Friday, May 11, 2012

Ultimately, the Map of Life could document the changes in biodiversity across the globe. “The idea behind the Map of Life isn't just about geographical distributions,” Guralnick says. “It's about the environment—climate change and landscape change.”

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