New World direct-developing frogs (Anura: Terrarana): molecular phylogeny, classification, biogeography
, and conservation.
However, his true strength lies in his research on systematics and biogeography
of North American amphibians: A numerical analysis.
Continuing the synthesis between panbiogeography, phylogenetic systematic and geology as illustrated by empirical studies on the biogeography
of New Zealand and the Chatham Islands.
The most recent advance in island biogeography
is a formal mathematical model in which species richness and percent endemism depend on relative rates of immigration, extinction, and speciation (Chen and He, 2009).
of Malagasy non-volant mammals: community structure is correlate with habit.
is obviously relevant, and in addition, I had read an enthusiastic review of the book by Devorah Bennu (2010).
To date, research findings on individual taxa and islands have been dispersed among numerous journals; this timely publication provides researchers and graduate students in paleontology, zoology, evolutionary biology, biogeography
, and related fields a single-volume source synthesizing the available data and research findings.
Sandra Meek's Biogeography
investigates the tension between the brutality and harmony of the earth's organic processes and humankind's uneasy relationship to those forces.
Dominican Amber Spiders: a Comparative Palaeontological-Neontological Approach to Identification, Faunistics, Ecology and Biogeography
Drawing from a diversity of relevant scientific and technological fields, "The Encyclopedia Of Global Warming Science And Technology" addresses atomospheric chemistry, paleoclimatology, biogeography
, oceanography, geophysics, glaciology, and soil science.
They could be forced to fly up to 250 miles further and this could pose a threat to species of warbler, scientists warned in research published in the Journal of Biogeography