Galapagos, biogeography, geology
John R. Grehan
jrg13 at PSU.EDU
Tue Apr 16 11:53:41 CDT 2002
>I study evolution in East Africa, which is a geologist's playground.
>Geology can not be ignored. But any one geological hypothesis always
>has alternatives that may stress other forces or historical considerations.
Which is why a biogeographic method such as panbiogeography may be useful
as providing additional evidence.
> But I am having difficulty seeing how it adds up to a theory.
That's something that will be up to individuals decide, each according to
their personal criteria of what constitutes a 'theory'.
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