The problem with biogeography

John Grehan jgrehan at SCIENCEBUFF.ORG
Fri Oct 8 16:35:30 CDT 2004


For the not so serious scientist, there is a nice summary view of
panbiogeography by Ray Tangey titled "The problem with biogeography" in
the winter 2003 Newsletter of the Systematics Association. His final
conclusion is that "The geographic facts of biology are the key to not
only what biogeography is, its conception (ontology), but also to what
we know in biogeography, and how we go about it, its epistemology." 

 

The article can be viewed at
http://www.systass.org/newsletter/index.html

 

 

John R. Grehan
Director of Science and Collections

Buffalo Museum of Science

1020 Humboldt Parkway

Buffalo, NY 14211-1193

email: jgrehan at sciencebuff.org

Phone: (716) 896-5200 ext 372

 

http://www.sciencebuff.org/biogeography/Panbiogeography/Panbiogeography-
Gate.htm

http://www.sciencebuff.org/primates/Human%20origins/Humanorigins.htm

http://www.sciencebuff.org/HepialidaeGate.htm

 




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