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Bridging Wallace's Line The Environmental and Cultural History and Dynamics of the SE Asian-Australian Region

Series: Advances in GeoEcology Volume: 34
Edited By: Peter Kershaw
360 pages, Figs, tabs
Publisher: Catena
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By focussing on geographical continuities (across this conventional boundary) rather than differences, this book aims to present a complete geoecological picture of the region and draw conclusions of global interest.

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Series: Advances in GeoEcology Volume: 34
Edited By: Peter Kershaw
360 pages, Figs, tabs
Publisher: Catena
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