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Biogeography An Integrative Approach of the Evolution of Living

By: Éric Guilbert(Editor)
340 pages, b/w illustrations
Publisher: Wiley-ISTE
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  • Biogeography ISBN: 9781789450606 Hardback Jan 2022 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 6 days
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The recent progress in analytical methods, aided by bringing in a wide range of other disciplines, opens up the study to a broader field, which means that biogeography now goes far beyond a simple description of the distribution of living species on Earth.

Originating with Alexander von Humboldt, biogeography is a discipline in which ecologists and evolutionists aim to understand the way that living species are organized in connection with their environments. Today, as we face major challenges such as global warming, massive species extinction and devastating pandemics, biogeography offers hypotheses and explanations that may help to provide solutions.

This book presents as wide an overview as possible of the different fields that biogeography interacts with. Sixteen authors from all over the world offer different approaches based on their specific areas of knowledge and experience; thus, we intend to illustrate the vast number of diverse aspects covered by biogeography.


Preface   xi / Eric Guilbert
Chapter 1. Origins of Biogeography: A Personal Perspective   1 / Malte C. Ebach
Chapter 2. Analytical Approaches in Biogeography: Advances and Challenges   27 / Isabel Sanmartín
Chapter 3. Phylogeography   59 / Inessa Voet and Violaine Nicolas
Chapter 4. Geophysical Biogeography   81 / Laurent Husson and Pierre Sepulchre
Chapter 5. Island Biogeography   115 / Julia Schmack and Matthew Biddick
Chapter 6. Cave Biogeography   143 / Arnaud Faille
Chapter 7. Soil Bacterial Biogeography at the Scale of France   165 / Battle Karimi and Lionel Ranjard
Chapter 8. Fungal Biogeography   193 / Tarquin Netherway and Mohammad Bahram
Chapter 9. Freshwater Biogeography in a Nutshell   219 / Anthi Oikonomou
Chapter 10. Marine Biogeography   245 / Jorge García Molinos and Irene D. Alabia
Chapter 11. Biogeography of Diseases   275 / Jesús Olivero
Chapter 12. Biogeography and Climate Change   303 / Luisa Maria Diele-Viegas
Chapter 13. Conservation Biogeography: Our Place in the World   321 / Brett R. Riddle

List of Authors   335
Index   337

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Éric Guilbert is an entomologist at the National Museum of Natural History in France. His research covers how communities of species are organized and how they react to environmental changes.

By: Éric Guilbert(Editor)
340 pages, b/w illustrations
Publisher: Wiley-ISTE
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