Kaschner, K., K. Kesner-Reyes, C. Garilao, J. Rius-Barile, T. Rees, and R. Froese. 2019. AquaMaps: Predicted range maps for aquatic species. World wide web electronic publication, www.aquamaps.org, version 10/2019.
Cite individual maps as, e.g.,
Computer Generated Map for Gadus morhua (Atlantic cod). www.aquamaps.org, version 10/2019 (accessed 01 Oct 2019).
Reviewed Native Distribution Map for Gadus morhua (Atlantic cod). www.aquamaps.org, version 10/2019 (accessed 01 Oct 2019).
Cite biodiversity maps as, e.g.,
Shark and Ray Biodiversity Map. www.aquamaps.org, version 10/2019 (accessed 01 Oct 2019).
Cite the environmental dataset as, e.g.,
Kesner-Reyes, K., Segschneider, J., Garilao, C., Schneider, B., Rius-Barile, J., Kaschner, K., and Froese, R.(editors). AquaMaps Environmental Dataset: Half-Degree Cells Authority File (HCAF). World Wide Web electronic publication, www.aquamaps.org/main/envt_main.php, ver. 7, 10/2019.
Standardized distribution maps for over 25,000 species of fishes marine mammals and invertebrates. As of August 2015, we have 22,889 total maps for marine species 12,068 marine fishes 118 marine mammals 10,159 other marine metazoans Kingdom Animalia and not Fish and not Class Mammalia 116 biodiversity maps by pre-defined phylogenetic groups 66 checklists by LMEs 240 checklists by country or island/territory AquaMaps is a tool for generating model-based large scale predictions of natural occurrences of species. For marine species, the model uses estimates of environmental preferences with respect to depth water, temperature, salinity, primary productivity, and association with sea ice or coastal areas.