582 pages, B/w plates, illus, figs, tabs, maps
Emphasizes recent ideas and hypotheses in the field and includes many new chapters and contributions. The authors use the broadest possible interpretations of the concepts of biogeography, consider anthropological and geological factors, and discuss the conservation of endemic species. Drawing together contributions from the leading experts in biogeography and biodiversity, it introduces new patterns and developments that add to our understanding of how plants and animals dispersed into and throughout the region.
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