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Panbiogeography: Tracking the History of Life

CRAW, R.C., GREHAN, J.R. & HEADS, M.J. (1999). Panbiogeography: Tracking the History of Life. Oxford University Press, New York.

  • Chapter 1, pp. 3-29: What is panbiogeography?
    • 1.1 A Darwinian dilemma
    • 1.2 Panbiogeography, dispersal, and vicariance
    • 1.3 Panbiogeographic method
    • 1.4 Conclusions
  • Chapter 2, pp. 30-63: Life as a geological layer: panbiogeography and the earth sciences
    • 2.1 Pleistocene or earlier?
    • 2.2 Fossil evidence
    • 2.3 Geological and biogeographical correlation
    • 2.4 Insular distribution
    • 2.5 Conclusions
  • Chapter 3, pp. 64-67: Ecology, history, and the panbiogeography of Africa
    • 3.1 Regional biogeography of Africa
    • 3.2 Tracks and baselines of African biota
    • 3.3 African biogeography and ecological lag
    • 3.4 Ecoclines and ecophyletic series
    • 3.5 African biodiversity
    • 3.6 Conclusions
  • Chapter 4, pp. 88-114: Mapping the trees of life: panbiogeography, phylogenetic systematics, and evolutionary processes
    • 4.1 Geographical distribution as a systematic character
    • 4.2 Predicting phylogenetic relationships from biogeographic data
    • 4.3 Biogeography and character recombination
    • 4.4 Vicariant form-making and evolutionary constraints
    • 4.5 Conclusions
  • Chapter 5, pp. 115-144: Tracking the trees of life: line, map, and matrix
    • 5.1 Representations of geographic space in biogeography
    • 5.2 Graphical representation in biogeography
    • 5.3 Quantitative track analysis
    • 5.4 Conclusions
  • Chapter 6, pp. 145-162: Toward a new regional biogeography: the revival of biogeographical classification
    • 6.1 Spatial logic and homology in biogeography and the earth sciences
    • 6.2 Case study: Transpacific tracks and the geological history of the Americas
    • 6.3 Conclusions
  • Chapter 7, pp. 163-179: Tracks, nodes, biodiversity, and conservation
    • 7.1 Biodiversity as biogeography
    • 7.2 Mapping and tracking biodiversity
    • 7.3 Tracks and nodes in conservation biology
    • 7.4 Hybrids, species, and conservation
    • 7.5 Conclusions
  • Glossary of Technical Terms, pp. 180-181
  • References, pp. 182-220
  • Index, pp. 221-229

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