Biogeographic atlas article
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Mon Nov 20 15:44:10 CST 2000
For those interested in such matters, the following paper just published
provides a general introduction to the biodiversity atlas concept
as supported by myself, Morrone, and others. This paper is directed at
a general, non-specialist audience. The article focuses on the track, baseline,
and node aspect of the Atlas while other papers by Morrone et al. also include
cladistic area components.
Grehan, J. R. 2000. Atlas of biodiversity: Mapping the spatial structure of
Biodiversity 1 (4): 21-24.
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