This paper came out online early this week
Stein RW, Mull CG, Kuhn TS, Aschliman NC, Davidson LNK, Joy JB, Smith GJ, Dulvy NK, Mooers AØ. 2018.
Global priorities for conserving the evolutionary history of sharks, rays, and chimaeras. Nature Ecology & Evolution
What's the news?
Read the SFU Press release here
Where can I get the paper?
How did you do this?
Read Chris Mull's blog post
Where can I get the trees?
We are currently building a website - SharkTrees.org -- where you can browse and download trees for your own use.
**Strictly speaking, someone else is kindly modifying the birdtree.org software to host the shark trees at another university. We do not have control over timing and progress, but have chosen to do this as it is likely to provide a more durable solution. We will keep track of all tree requests and let folks know when trees will be available.**