The Species and Systematics series will investigate the theory and practice of systematics and taxonomy and explore their importance to biology in a series of comprehensive volumes aimed at students and researchers in biology and in the history and philosophy of biology. The book series will examine the role of the study of biological diversity at all levels of organization and focus on the philosophical and theoretical underpinnings of research in biodiversity dynamics. The philosophical consequences of classification, integrative taxonomy and future implications of rapidly expanding data and technologies will be among the themes explored by this series. Approaches to topics in Species and Systematics may include detailed studies of systematic methods, empirical studies of exemplar taxonomic groups, and historical treatises on central concepts in systematics.
Publisher: Productivity Press
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