6 edition of Biogeography of the Southern End of the World found in the catalog.
January 1, 1965
by Harvard University Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||246|
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Abstract: For over a hundred years, controversy has continued on the explanation of the numerous similarities in the floras and faunas of such geographically remote southern locations as Australia australia Subject Category: Geographic EntitiesAuthor: Darlington, P.
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Biogeography of the Southern End of the World Distribution and History of Far-Southern Life and Land, With an Assessment of Continental Drift.
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The violence of its weather, its very low temperatures, the formation of huge ice-covered areas, as its isolation makes the Southern Ocean a world apart. This book discusses the consequences for the evolution, ecology and biodiversity of the region, including endemism, slowed metabolism, longevity, gigantism, and its larval stages; features.
Biogeography and ecology continue to explore the world from different perspectives, reflecting each discipline's history, particularly the distinction between observational and experimental approaches, and the different scales of relevant patterns and processes (table 1).
In general, biogeography addresses evolutionary, climatic and geological Cited by: The number of southern end points at each degree of latitude in California was signiﬁcantly correlated (rp) with minimum surface temperatures, whereas the number of.
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Biogeography of the Southern End of the World: Distribution and History of Far-Southern Life and Land, With an Assessment of Continental Drift Philip J. Darlington Jr. Published by Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Mass.
(). in classification of southern chironomid midges and Antarctic biogeography. Dar-lington's article is thus partly a reply to my criticism of his book on "Biogeography of the southern end of the world" (), delivered in my work. Nature's hierarchy and Hennig's sister .historical biogeography, analytical biogeography, ecological biogeography and applied biogeography.
Thisbook is an introductionto applied is an introduction to a subject that underpins human understanding of ecology and it also describes some of the many applications of biogeography in resource man-agement and environmental.
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