Migratory Connectivity in the Ocean (MiCO)
By accepting this document, the user agrees to the following when using the Migratory Connectivity in the Ocean (MiCO) system data (“Nodes”, “Corridors”, or summary statistics) in any publication, product, or commercial application:
- Data developed for MiCO are licensed under the CC-BY sharing policy, where permission is not required from the MiCO data manager or original data provider(s) for use. Proper credit/citations are required (see below for more details).
- The MiCO system developers and the original data providers are not liable for errors in the data. While we have made every effort to ensure the quality of the contributed data, we cannot guarantee the accuracy of these datasets.
The following two references must be included in any publication, product, or commercial application that made use of MiCO products (“Nodes”, “Corridors”, or summary statistics):
Dunn, D.C., A.-L. Harrison, C. Curtice, W. Appeltans, H. Bailey, L. Ballance, B. Block, A. Boustany, J. Brenner, P. Corkeron, D.P. Costa, G.O. Crespo, T. Davies, S. DeLand, M. Dias, B. Donnelly, F. Douvere, F. Ferretti, D. Freestone, H. Frisch-Nwakanma, C. Barrio, E. Fujioka, K.M. Gjerde, L. Glowka, B.J. Godley, V. Gunn, G.C. Hays, C. Hazin, E. Heywood, J. Jimenez, D.E. Johnson, C.Y. Kot, S. Maxwell, G. Notarbartolo di Sciara, D.M. Palacios, A. Pauly, E.R. Salazar, D. Secor, A. Sequiera, M. Spalding, F. Spina, S. Van Parijs, B. Wallace, M. Virtue, H. Weimerskirch, B. Woodward, A. Alberini, H. Blondin, S. Poulin, J.C. Cleary, P.N. Halpin (in review). Global ocean governance requires usable knowledge on migratory connectivity. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences.
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