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  • Genes and biogeographers incorporating a genetic perspective into biogeographical research
  • The A. provides an overview and assessment of how geographers could potentially incorporate a genetic perspective into biogeographical research focused on past, present, and likely future species distributions. This effort is especially timely
  • Some results of biogeographic research on meadows in the Dyje-Svratka Basin in the Czech Republic
  • This paper shows one example of biogeographic inventory of natural ecosystems in an unflooded meadow in the Dyje-Svratka basin. It indicates relations of eco- and geosystems which confirm the necessity of ecological orientation of the present
  • Examples of the use of molecular markers in biogeographic research
  • After a brief overview of selected molecular markers, the AA. discuss lines of biogeographic inquiry involving genetic analyses where geographers can potentially make the greatest contribution. Examples from their own genetically-based biogeographic
  • Biogeographical affinities of marine algae in the Saronikos gulf, Athens, Greece
  • Bibliography of biogeographic theses, dissertations, and articles by U.S. and Canadian geographers: 1901-1975.
  • Forest associations in extreme Southern Ontario 1817: a biogeographical analysis of Gourlay's Statistical Account
  • Using the ISI Web of Science journal article database, the A. has performed content visualizations of research authored by those biogeographers with an identity or interest aligned with geography. Content affinities with ecological biogeography were
  • strong. However, physical geography materialized as the core of biogeographical inquiry for geographers based upon the central location of physical geography within these visualizations, and upon the ranking of journals where the geographers publish
  • . The A. argues that the systems legacy of physical geography provides geographical biogeographers with an identity to connect with the study of complex systems.
  • Differentiation of Europe's mammal fauna against a background of biogeographical units, the area of units and mammalian taxonomic richness
  • This analysis considered the relationship between the occurrence of mammals and geographical location in Europe, as well as the size of biogeographical units. It was found that there was differentiation in the qualitative composition of the mammal
  • Vegetation disturbance-responses : a biogeographical perspective I
  • végétation à ces perturbations?| et 3) quelle perspective les biogéographes doivent-ils apporter pour étudier les perturbations et les réactions de la végétation? - (C. Risi).
  • Back to the future : biogeographical responses to climate change
  • upon to provide a key to the future. Back to the future has become a working methodology. But with global warming now quite well advanced, it is now possible to observe its actual biogeographic outcomes.
  • Explanations for biogeographic tracks across the Pacific Ocean: a challenge for paleogeography and historical biogeography
  • Amphi-Pacific organismal distributions form the ingredients of trans-Pacific biogeographic tracks, which may either be explained as the result of dispersal or vicariance. Under a vicariance paradigm the classical predrift reconstruction of Pangea
  • , and the expanding earth theory. None of these models is fully compatible with all geologic and biogeographic data available at present.
  • North American Pika (Ochotona princeps) as a Late Quaternary biogeographic indicator species
  • Seed banks as a neglected area of biogeographic research: a review of literature and sampling techniques
  • Biogeographic features of the Pyreneean range in Special issue on the Spanish Pyrenees.
  • The Nineteenth-Century fisheries of the Hudson's Bay Company trading posts on Lake Superior: a biogeographical study
  • Island biogeographic theory and conservation practice: species-area or specious-relationships?
  • Biogeographical provincialism and biomigratory barriers during the Permo-Carboniferous in China
  • Recent developments in spatial methods and data in biogeographical distribution modelling - advantages and pitfalls
  • increasing attention : potential of remote sensing and GIS-based modelling; spatial autocorrelation; model building and verification; logistic regression analysis; critical issues in biogeographical modelling; problems of remote sensing data, scale.
  • Classical codes : biogeographical assessments of environment in Victorian Canada
  • The application of biogeographical techniques to forest site-factor analysis