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This is the first volume to fully investigate this rapidly emerging subdiscipline. In addition to providing a critique and an historical perspective, Biogeography in a Changing World examines the diverse ideas and methodologies -- especially from biology and geology -- that are starting to shape its core of knowledge and provide principles to guide research. The text includes contributions from many high-profile scientists who offer insight on the role of biological process such as dispersal and extinction, as well as geological reconstructions in biogeographical explanation. They also explore biogeography's current relationship with other disciplines and discuss potential developments.
Ernst Haeckel and Louis Agassiz: Trees that Bite and Their Geographical Dimension. Common Cause and Historical Biogeography. Biotic Element Analysis in Biogeography. (Pan)biogeography as Space-time. Paralogy, Assumption 2 and Patterns in CladisticBiogeography. The Ontogeny of Island Floras: the Importance of Understanding Process for Interpreting Island Biogeographic Patterns. Integrating Processes, Time, and Patterns: the Event-based Approach to Historical Biogeography. The Biogeography ofPopulations, Species, and Young Biotas: What does Comparative Phylogeography Add to a Newly Emerging, More Integrative Biogeography? Are Plate Tectonic Explanations for Problematic, Trans-Pacific Disjunctions Plausible?: Empirical Tests of RadicalDispersalist Theories. Summary.
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