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Biogeography of Lysipomia (Campanulaceae), a high elevation endemic: an illustration of species richness at the Huancabamba Depression, Peru.
Leo Joseph inherited this well-curated and comprehensive collection when he became Curator-in-Charge of ANWC, and he appreciates its importance for pursuing questions of systematics and biogeography.
An International Conference on Biogeography and Biodiversity.
The newly emerged sub-discipline of conservation biogeography uses the conceptual tools and methods of biogeography to address real world conservation problems and to provide predictions about the fate of key species and ecosystems over the next century.
Written by geologists in Argentina, the UK, France and Spain, the Czech Republic, Norway, South Africa, Russia, Kazakhstan, and other countries (the range of countries is an indication of the locations of study sites), the volume offers an impressive set of in-depth essays on the current state of research into the tectonics, biogeography, and palaeogeography of this earlier phase of life on the Earth's crust.
In particular, diverse hypotheses relevant to distributional ecology and biogeography can be tested: conservatism of ecological niche characteristics (Peterson et al.
The first one provided and extensive review on the historical biogeography of the region (Santiago-Valentin & Olsmtead, 2004) and the second one focused on molecular phylogenetics patterns of the endemic genera (Francisco-Ortega et al.
Museum scientists conduct research in more than 64 countries aimed at addressing basic scientific issues, including: evolution from both morphological and molecular perspectives, the origin and development of complex societies, climate change and biogeography.
Systematics and biogeography of the family Scorpionidae (Chelicerata: Scorpiones), with a discussion on phylogenetic methods.
This is a scholarly text that comprehensively addresses dinosaur reproduction, biogeography, fossilization, paleoecology, thermoregulation, extinction, and systematics.
Only a handful of modern, quantitative studies have been conducted on the population genetics, phylogeny, biogeography, migration, community ecology, or autecology of Sabah's birds.