3 edition of Biogeography and Ecology in South-America. Volume I (Monographiae Biologicae) found in the catalog.
Biogeography and Ecology in South-America. Volume I (Monographiae Biologicae)
June 30, 1968 by Springer .
Written in English
|Contributions||E.J. Fittkau (Editor), J. Illies (Editor), H. Klinge (Editor), G.H. Schwabe (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||464|
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With 'Biogeography and Ecology in South America' as the general theme, a total of twenty-nine contributions by thirty authors is offered here in two volumes, being volumes 18 and 19 of the Monographiae Biologicae.
Most of these discussions deal with decidedly specialist themes and the editors have. With 'Biogeography and Ecology in South America' as the general theme, a total of twenty-nine contributions by thirty authors is offered here in two volumes, being volumes 18 and 19 of the Monographiae Biologicae.
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Its broad scope takes an integrated approach to the knowledge of this organismal group, considering a number of important aspects of their genetics and molecular phylogeny. The biogeography of marsupials, southern beeches and the relationships of New Zealand and southern South America arc compared.
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and northern Author: Sophie Petit. The second of a planned four-volume set cataloging the incredibly diverse avifauna of South America. Ridgely and Tudor "departed from the traditional phylogenetic list sequence, commencing work with the passerine groups and not the nonpasserines (in other words, proceeding 'backwards')", explaining that in doing so they simply wanted "to first tackle the /5(6).
South America is home to perhaps the largest and most diversified radiation (some species) of nonhuman primates on Earth.
Given the conservation imperative associated with forest destruction and environmental change, and recent increases in the number of primate field studies, the editors of this volume have brought together a distinguished set of primatologists. Biogeography is closely tied to both ecology and phylogenetic example, the theory of island biogeography is widely considered to be fundamental in ecology.
Similarly, biogeography is a major topic in classic texts on phylogenetic systematics 3, these long-standing connections, an outsider to ecology and evolutionary biology might assume that biogeography Cited by: 4.
Scale and perspective. The most persistent theme in the continuum between biogeography and ecology is that of scale in time and space, from the individual organism and its lifetime activities (local scale) to population distributions (mesoscales and beyond) to clades that diversify across geographical regions (global scale; ).To some degree, constructed patterns Cited by: Record created: /09/13 Record updated: /04/ Created by IUCN - Powered by Drupal.
In summary, although the book initially promotes an open balanced view of biogeography, at the end the more critical, personal approach adopted by Morrone makes it less appropriate as a textbook than Crisci et al.
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"In The Ecology and Biogeography of Nothofagus Forests, scientists from Australia, New Zealand, Chile, Argentina, and the United States, all with intensive knowledge of the southern beeches, review the past, present, and likely future of the genus, for each region and in is the first time that a dominant Southern Hemisphere genus has been.
Murphy's great contribution to both marine biogeography and ornithology was his Oceanic Birds of South America (2 volumes, ). It not only includes much that he had learned on his –13 voyage, but also tells of the accomplishments of the Brewster‐Sanford Expedition, – : Frank N.
Egerton. This volume covers the southern half of South America. After discussing the historical biogeography and contemporary habitats of the region, the authors provide accounts for indigenous species.
Each taxonomic group is considered as a whole, and within a worldwide geographical Range: £ - £ This second of a projected three volumes covers southern South America. The authors discuss the historical biogeography and contemporary habitats of the region and then provide individual accounts for nearly indigenous species, including information on size, appearance, ecology, behavior, and life s: 1.
This will be the first time a volume will be compiled focusing on South American monkeys as models to address and test critical issues in the study of nonhuman primates. In addition, the volume will serve an important compliment to the book on Mesoamerican primates recently published in the series under the DIPR book series.
The book will be of interest to a. Bones, Clones, and Biomes offers just that—an exploration of the development and relationships of the modern mammal fauna through a series of studies that encompass the last million years and both Central and South America.
This work serves as a complement to more taxonomically driven works, providing for readers the long geologic and. McDowall has worked for many years on New Zealand’s freshwater fishes and on the taxonomy, relationships, biogeography and ecology of the freshwater fishes of other southern lands.
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Editor: Eileen O’BrienCited by: 1. Seeds, Second Edition: Ecology, Biogeography, and, Evolution of Dormancy and Germination Carol C. Baskin, Jerry M. Baskin The new edition of Seeds contains new information on many topics discussed in the first edition, such as fruit/seed heteromorphism, breaking of physical dormancy and effects of inbreeding depression on germination.
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Quizlet flashcards, activities and games help you improve your grades. This chapter reviews the current state of knowledge of invertebrates of rivers, lakes, and wetlands in western South America, from southern Peru to the Strait of Magellan in southern Chile.
A characterization of the diverse groups of insects, mollusk crustaceans, and other smaller groups is presented, and a biogeographic analysis of them is made with emphasis on their main forcing Author: Claudio Valdovinos Zarges, Pablo Fierro, Viviana Olmos.
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In this book, leading geologists, biologists, and climatologists examine the separation and subsequent history of Africa and South America, provide an up-to-date comparative view of their flora and fauna, and summarize current knowledge about the biogeographical relationships among major groups of organisms.
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