An Outline of Phanerozoic Biogeography (Oxford Biogeography Series) by Anthony Hallam

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Description The general acceptance of plate tectonics and continental drift by the early s galvanized the study of biogeography and our understanding of the origin and evolution of life.

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Robert. Anthony Hallam, An Outline of Phanerozoic Biogeography, pg. (Oxford University Press, ). See also Walter Carl Hartwig, "Patterns, Puzzles and Perspectives on Platyrrhine Origins," in Integrative Paths to the Past: Paleoanthropological Advances in Honor of F.

Clark Howell, pg. 80 (Edited by Robert S. Corruccini and Russell L. Ciochon. An Outline of Phanerozoic Biogeography. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Google Scholar. OpenURL Placeholder Text Hamilton. W (). Raup's (a) data on Phanerozoic species numbers are examined for species-area relationships, using published estimates of areas of continental seas. By means of multiple regression, species numbers are regressed on both estimated areas of seas and amounts of available rock for sampling, as measured by outcrop area and rock volume.

1 Biogeography: the nature of the subject, its history and its applications 1 Introduction 1 An introduction to plants, animals and other organisms 3 A history of biogeography 6 Ecology and biogeography 14 Applications of biogeography 15 Last frontiers for human exploration 20 Structure of the book 21 References The book investigates the ways in which the subject of geography has been recognized, perceived, and evaluated, from its early acknowledgment in ancient Greece to its disciplined form in today's world of shared ideas and mass communication.

Foundations of Biogeography provides facsimile reprints of seventy-two works that have proven fundamental to the development of the field.

From classics by Georges-Louis LeClerc Compte de Buffon, Alexander von Humboldt, and Charles Darwin to equally seminal contributions by Ernst Mayr, Robert MacArthur, and E. Wilson, these papers and book excerpts not only reveal biogeography's Price: $ In modern environments, marine diversity is greatest at equatorial latitudes, and declines towards higher latitudes.

In general, data from the fossil record is in accord with this observation, showing a similar pattern throughout the Phanerozoic (Hallam, ; Parrish, ).Although the primary factor governing this pattern is a subject of some debate, many environmental factors other than.

Hallam A., — Phanerozoic sea-level changes. Columbia University Press, New York: x + pp. Google Scholar Hallam A., — An Outline of Phanerozoic Biogeography. Hallan A () An outline of Phanerozoic biogeography.

Oxford Univ. Press, Oxford, pp Google Scholar Hamer JMM, Sheldon ND, Nichols GJ, Collinson ME () Late Oligocene–early Miocene paleosols of distal fluvial systems, Ebro Basin, Spain.

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