Another week has gone by in our lives now so reliant on technology, with also reliance still on humans doing their job properly so that the technological wizardry works and SNAFU goes away.
Those exact same DOI links Nature posted up on Thursday are now working today, Sunday. Faulty no longer.
>>> On 3/03/2011 at 11:00 a.m., "Geoff Read" <g.read from niwa.co.nz> wrote:
> Those DOIs seem to be faulty apart from the last one on Scripps.
>> Try starting at the journal issue
>>>>> On 3/03/2011 at 9:55 a.m., "Geoff Read" <g.read from niwa.co.nz> wrote:
>> Back to the errants and sedents - apparently.
>>>> Struck, Torsten H.et al. 2011: Phylogenomic analyses unravel annelid
>> evolution. Nature 471(7336): 95-98. (Issue of 3 March)
>>>>http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/nature09864>>>> There is a commentary by Detlev Arendt, http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/471044a>>>> "... Many of the nodes in their tree, especially that separating the
>> Errantia from the Sedentaria, had remarkably high support values
>> with those of previous annelid phylogenies based on single genes4), making
>> highly likely that this grouping is definitive."
>>>> This is of course would be somewhat of a nightmare return to the past for
>> those of us who have to implement a higher classification for practical use.
>>>> Also this week Nature reports on the likely closure of Scripps Library.
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