More on Biogeographic memory
Niklas.Wahlberg at ZOOLOGI.SU.SE
Tue Oct 9 09:39:34 CDT 2001
I second Curtis' request! The discussion has also sparked my interest.
At 21:13 08.10.2001 -0700, Curtis Clark wrote:
>I have appreciated the discussions between Hovenkamp and Grehan: I have
>only a passing acquaintance with panbiogeography and only slightly better
>understanding of vicariance biogeography. I am still not entirely clear on
>the fundamental differences. Are they simply methodological, or are the
>practitioners seeking to answer different questions?
>I get the impression that the Craw-Grehan-Heads book is perhaps not the
>best introduction to panbiogeography for someone with little familiarity.
>Is there another reference that is a good starting point?
>Curtis Clark http://www.csupomona.edu/~jcclark/
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