Biogeography and geological prediction

Frederick W. Schueler bckcdb at ISTAR.CA
Mon Feb 10 12:01:56 CST 2003

john Grehan wrote:

> whereas Darwinian biogeography has not.

* is this term "Darwinian biogeography" new in the present discussion,
or have I just not noticed it before? What's the definition? Didn't
Darwin pretty well defer to Wallace and others in the matter of
biogeographc theory?

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