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Published: 31 October 2016

730 Pages


ISBN: 9781605354729

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Fifth Edition

Mark V. Lomolino, Brett R. Riddle, and Robert J. Whittaker

Roots the patterns of biological diversity within a geographic context.

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New to this Edition:

  • Enhanced presentation and integration of all subjects, conceptual models, and descriptions of empirical patterns and their applications for understanding and conserving the geography of biological diversity.
  • The use of color illustrations has been evaluated and optimized for colorblind readers.
  • Numerous new illustrations reflecting recent advances in visualizing the geography of nature have been added.
  • The books pedagogy is enhanced with alternative presentations of key concepts, persistent themes, and biogeographic principles presented in boxes throughout the text.

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