Panbiogeography of the Americas
jrg13 at PSU.EDU
Tue Sep 28 07:45:19 CDT 1999
> In previous messages, John Grehan cited from Croizat´s two-volume work about
>the biogeography of South America in order to give support to the idea
>should praise Rosa as one of the founders of phylogenetic thinking.
>I only want to announce happily, that Croizat´s two-volume work is completely
>available in the University library of the University of Goettingen.
And I will go so far as to add that any biogeographic study of America
that fails to draw on, or at least to refer to, this work is seriously
deficient academically. The book brings together many of the analyses
Croizat developed in his earlier works as well as new material, and
certainly provides a detailed overview of American biogeography. Of course
to those cladists who dismiss Croizat's method as phenetic, this book,
along with the rest of his works, is totally lacking scientific merit.
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