The Faculty of 1000 is a collaboration among international scientists who offer peer review and recommendations of
articles, identifying the best research available in the fields of Biology and Medicine. And a paper by some members of the Shark Baseline Project was recently recommended!
“From archives to conservation: why historical data are needed to set baselines for marine animals and ecosystems” (McClenachan L, Ferretti F, Baum JK. Conserv Lett. 2012 Jun 12:Early View) was recommended in the field of Ecology by John Pandolfi and Ruth Thurstan from the University of Queensland, Australia. The article emphasizes the use of historical data for today’s conservation efforts. You can read the full recommendation here.
Source: Thurstan R, Pandolfi J: 2012. F1000.com/717949924#eval793455129