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         Biogeography:     more books (99)
  1. GIS and Remote Sensing Applications in Biogeography and Ecology (The Springer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science)
  2. Frontiers of Biogeography by Mark V. Lomolino, 2004-11-23
  3. An Introduction to Applied Biogeography (Studies in Biology) by Ian F. Spellerberg, John W. D. Sawyer, 1999-03-13
  4. Historical Biogeography: An Introduction by Liliana Katinas, Paula Posadas, et all 2003-06-15
  5. The Fragmented Forest: Island Biogeography Theory and the Preservation of Biotic Diversity (Chicago Original Paperback) by Larry D. Harris, 1984-10-15
  6. Seeds: Ecology, Biogeography, and Evolution of Dormancy and Germination by Carol C. Baskin, Jerry M. Baskin, 2000-10-31
  8. Fundamentals of Biogeography (Routledge Fundamentals of Physical Geography) by Richard John Huggett, 2005-01-07
  9. The Ecology and Biogeography of Nothofagus Forests
  10. The Song of the Dodo: Island Biogeography in an Age of Extinction by David Quammen, 1997-04-14
  11. The Unified Neutral Theory of Biodiversity and Biogeography by Stephen P. Hubbell, 2001-03-31
  12. Dynamic Biogeography (Cambridge Studies in Ecology) by R. Hengeveld, 1992-08-28
  13. Late Quaternary Mammalian Biogeography and Environments of the Great Plains and Prairies (Scientific Papers Vol Xxii)
  14. The Biogeography of the Oceans, Volume 32 (Advances in Marine Biology)

21. Biogeography Specialty Group
biogeography SPECIALTY GROUP. The Association of American Geographers
BIOGEOGRAPHY SPECIALTY GROUP The Association of American Geographers [About BSG] [BSG Newsletter] [BSG Grants and Awards] [Award recipients] ...
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22. IBS Main New
contacts publications FAQs. Home Mission Membership biogeography Resources Meeting Officers Bylaws Journals Publications FAQs Messages.
Home Mission Membership Biogeography Resources Meeting ... FAQs - Messages Project Support Provided by the National Science Foundation and the
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This website maintained by L. F. Alexander; last updated 27 February 2003

23. Untitled Document
Research project summaries in ecology, biogeography, allometry and body size studies. Lists to the Brown Lab, courses taught and degrees earned.

24. Franky Bossuyt - Evolutionary Genetics
Research deals with the use of phylogenies to address questions in evolutionary biology and historical biogeography. Includes people, publications, and projects. Located at the Free University of Brussels .
The evolutionary genetics group at the VUB is coordinated by Franky Bossuyt. Research almost exclusively deals with the use of phylogenies to address questions in evolutionary biology and historical biogeography. The taxonomic group of interest is mostly amphibians, but also includes crabs.
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25. Evidence For Evolution--Biogeography
Picture. © 1997 David HA Fitch all rights reserved.Click on the item you would like to review

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  • Lecture notes Three important principles Disjunct species distributions Freshwater species distributions ... Exercises Lecture notes Darwin's evidence for evolution: Biogeographic distributions I. Three important principles : How do these principles support descent with modification? A. Environment cannot account for either similarity or dissimilarity, since similar environments can harbor entirely different species groups
    B. "Affinity" (=similarity) of groups on the same continent (or sea) is closer than between continents (or seas)
    C. Geographical barriers usually divide these different groups, and there is a correlation between degree of difference and rate of migration or ability to disperse across the barriers
    II. Disjunct locations for the same extant species: Good evidence for creation?
    (Evolution proposes Single Centers for the origins of species, so Discontinuous Distributions need to be explained)
    A. Means of dispersal must be proposed
    1. Changes in climate or geology must have affected migration (i.e., by first allowing migration and then preventing migration)

26. Fundamentals Of Physical Geography - An Online Textbook
An introduction to topics in physical geography including geomorphology, meteorology, biogeography and hydrology.
Created by Michael J. Pidwirny, Ph.D., Department of Geography Okanagan University College
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27. Progress In Physical Geography
Journal with a focus on geomorphology, climatology, biogeography and humanenvironment interaction.

28. Introduction To Biogeography
Geography 4900 Introduction to biogeography Lecture Notes Click on the date or topicto bring up the lecture notes for that day. 3, Island biogeography I, Chap.
Geography 4900
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Date Topic Reading Jan. 10 Discuss course syllabus Jan. 12 Introduction to Biogeography Chap. 1 Jan. 14 ... Feb. 9 Exam 1 Feb. 11 Communities Chap. 4 Feb. 14-16 ... Mar. 1 Exam 2 Mar. 3 Island biogeography I Chap. 13 Mar. 6-8 ... Mar. 24 Exam 3 Apr. 5 Evidence from the glacial record Chap. 9 Apr. 7 ... May 5 Exam 4, 8:00-10:00
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29. Welcome To The California Academy Of Sciences Library
Subject strengths include systematics and taxonomy, evolutionary biology, biodiversity, biogeography, local and regional natural sciences and natural history.
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What's new at the Library? The Academy Library, founded in 1853, is a research library devoted to natural history and the natural sciences. Subject strengths include:
* Systematics and Taxonomy * Evolutionary Biology
* Biodiversity * Biogeography
* Local and Regional Natural Sciences and Natural History The link located below will allow you to access the Academy's catalog through telnet. Once you are in telnet click on "Connect" and scroll down to When you are asked for your user name enter caspac Telnet
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30. References
A bibliography of papers on identifying and interpreting biological remains from archaeological sites in terms of human usage, biogeography, and paleoecology. Compiled by the Laboratory for Environmental Biology, a research division of the Centennial Museum.

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Bioarchaeology is the field that attempts to identify and interpret biological remains from archaeological sites in terms of human usage, biogeography, and paleoecology. In a field as broad as bioarchaeology, numerous sources of information are necessary. The bibliography accessed from this page includes information on classification, identification, distribution, human usages, archaeology (particularly of the Southwest), and other subjects. The bibliography was put together several years ago and lacks some more recent titlesit will be updated from time to time. The immediate push toward getting this bibliography online was the scheduling of the Bioarchaeology (Biology 3426) course for the spring of 1999. This seemed to be a good opportunity to add to the Laboratory for Environmental Biology's services to the scientific community by making the bibliography open to any viewer even though the web-based portion of the course itself was open only by password. Use the menu to the left to access the alphabetical segments of the bibliography. If you are looking for a specific author, use the "Find" function of your browser once you are in the proper segment.

31. UCSB Biogeography Lab Projects
UCSB biogeography Laboratory Projects. The following table lists currentand recently completed projects of the UCSB biogeography Lab.
UCSB Biogeography Laboratory Projects
The following table lists current and recently completed projects of the UCSB Biogeography Lab. The projects are organized into two general areas of research. Some projects overlap these topics and are listed in both categories. The links will take you to the project descriptions and in some cases to the final report. Project Name Funding Agency Status Conservation Planning and Spatial Decision Support Systems California Legacy Project California Resources Agency In Progress Integrating Biodiversity with Land Use Planning DSS NatureServe and the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation In Progress Sierra Nevada Foothill Zone Conservation Assessment California Resources Agency In Progress Economic Instruments for Habitat Conservation (Mata Atlantica) The World Bank Completed 6/02 Conservation Planning and Ecosystem Management in the Sierra Nevada University of California, Office of the President Completed 9/00 Sites: An Analytical Toolbox for Ecoregional Conservation Planning The Nature Conservancy Completed 12/99 GIS-Based Identification of Research Natural Areas U. S. Forest Service

32. Rafe Brown
Researcher at the University of Texas studying the biodiversity, biogeography, and systematics amphibians and reptiles in Indonesia and the Philippines.
Rafe Brown On the roof of Taybas cathedral, Luzon Island (photo: A. Diesmos) Assistant Instructor
Section of Integrative Biology
and Texas Memorial Museum
University of Texas
Austin, TX 78712-1064
Lab/Office: (512) 471-5302
FAX:(512) 471-3878
Research Interests Evolution and diversity of mate recognition systems of amphibians. Character evolution, comparative methods, and phylogenetic systematics. Biodiversity, biogeography, and systematics of amphibians and reptiles of SE Asia (especially the Philippines). Ongoing field work: the Philippines and Indonesia Varanus s. cumingi from Talicud Island Biodiversity and systematics of amphibians and reptiles of the Philippines The Asian-Australian faunal zone interface Biodiversity, historical biogeography, and phylogeography of amphibians and reptiles of Indonesia

33. Grice Marine Laboratory
The Grice Marine Laboratory supports teaching and research in evolutionary biology, marine biogeography, developmental and molecular biology, benthic ecology, microbial ecology, phytoplankton ecology, environmental physiology, fish systematics, and invertebrate zoology.
Grice Marine Laboratory
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34. Nearctica - Ecology - Biogeography - Island Biogeography
Ecology biogeography - Island biogeography. Return to biogeography MainPage. Click Here. The two main predictions of Island biogeography are
Ecology - Biogeography - Island Biogeography Return to Biogeography Main Page Buy Books about Biogeography The slopes of the lines depend on the size of the island and its distance from the source area. For a small island the extinction rate should increase more rapidly (the line should be more vertical) as the number of species on the island increase because smaller islands have fewer potential habitats and resources to colonize. Larger islands should have a more horizontal extinction rate (relative to the number of species already there) because there are more potential habitats and resources to use. The slope of the exintinction curve, therefore, depends on the size of the island. The immigration curve for islands close to the source area should be fairly vertical because the potential immigrants should reach the island fairly rapidly and then fall off sharply as the number of potential new immigrant species from the source area decreases. Similarly islands far from the source area should have a more horizontal immigration curve because new immigrating species take longer to get to far away islands than to those closer into the source area. Any particular island has a point where their extinction and immigration curves intersect. At this point the number of new immigrating species to the island is exactly matched by the rate at which species are going extinct. This equilibrium point is called the "Equilibrium Number of Species" for that island.

A biogeography of amphibian species found in the state. Includes distribution maps for each species.
William H. Redmond

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A. Floyd Scott
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Clarksville, Tennessee 37044 E-mail: Updated 15 January 2003 var site="s10scotta" This website is designed to be viewed with Microsoft Internet Explorer or or later. To Download a FREE Copy of the Latest Version, Click Here: APSU Homepage APSU Department of Biology APSU Center for Field Biology This document was adapted to the WWW by Rusty Smith and Carol Mayo. This web site is maintained by Cindy L. Taylor, Last updated: Thursday, November 1, 2001.

Similar pages biogeography of MadagascarThe following paper was presented at the International Symposium on thebiogeography of Madagascar held in Paris 2628 September 1995.

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39. SCARAB Research Centre At UWCN
The Study of Culture, Archaeology, Religions and biogeography postgraduate centre has a strong inter-disciplinary approach. Current research activity and seminar program.
Welcome to the scarab Hot News About Scarab Search Scarab and the web (under construction) Seminars 2002 Fieldwork On-line Annual Report UWCN Courses ... UWCN Internet Last updated: 24th February 2003

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