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A New Island Biogeography in the Sea of Cortés

Edited By: Ted J Case, Martin L Cody and Exequiel Ezcurra
669 pages, Figs, tabs
A New Island Biogeography in the Sea of Cortés
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  • A New Island Biogeography in the Sea of Cortés ISBN: 9780195133462 Edition: 2 Hardback Dec 2002 Usually dispatched within 2-3 weeks
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About this book

This updated and expanded book, first published nearly 20 years ago, integrates new and broader studies encompassing more species and increased island coverage. The current synthesis provides a basis for further research and exploration in upcoming years of the biologically fascinating Sea of Cortés region in Mexico.

Contents

Preface; Contributors; PART I: THE PHYSICAL SCENE; 1. A History of Scientific Exploration in the Sea of Cortd'es; 2. The Geology and Ages of the Islands; 3. Physical Oceanography; PART II: THE BIOLOGICAL SCENE; 4. Plants; 5. The Ants; 6. Tenebrionid Beetles; 7. The Rocky-Shore Fishes; 8. The Non-Avian Reptiles: Origins and Evolution; 9. Reptiles: Ecology; 10. Land Birds; 11. The Breeding Dynamics of Heermann's Gulls; 12. The Mammals; 13. Island Food Webs; PART III: THE HUMAN SCENE; 14. Human Impact in the Midriff Islands; 15. Cultural Disperal of Plants and Reptiles; 16. Ecological Conservation; PART IV: APPENDICES

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Edited By: Ted J Case, Martin L Cody and Exequiel Ezcurra
669 pages, Figs, tabs
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This book should be of strong interest to conservation biologists, ecologists, and evolutionary biologists more generally. Ethology Ecology & Evolution
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