By: Janet Browne
273 pages, Illus, tabs
This classic study was the first major history of ideas about biogeography, and describes the process by which diverse theories and techniques were crystallized around a common core to create a new field of inquiry. By shedding new light on pre-Darwinian thought and emphasizing the significance of biogeography in the development of evolutionary theory, this book made an important contribution to the history of science.
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