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The SAGE Handbook of Biogeography

Andrew Millington Flinders University
Mark Blumler State University of New York, Binghamton
Udo Schickhoff University of Hamburg
© 2011   624 pages   SAGE Publications Ltd   
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Hardcover ISBN: 9781412919517 $175.00
Ebook ISBN: 9781446254455
Situating Contemporary Biogeography Andrew C. Millington, Mark A. Blumler and Udo Schickhoff
PART ONE: REVISITING THEORIES AND CONCEPTS
History of Biogeographical Thought Mark A. Blumler, Anthony Cole, John Flenley and Udo Schickhoff
Diversity Theories Duane A. Griffin
Theory in Landscape Ecology and Its Relevance to Biogeography John A. Kupfer
Classification of Biogeographical and Ecological Phenomena Angelika Schwabe and Anselm Kratchowil
The Expanding Role of Phylogeography Brett R. Riddle
The Biogeographic Importance of Pleistocene Refugia Kathy J. Willis, Shonil A. Bhagwat and Mary E. Edwards
PART TWO: EXPLAINING DISTRIBUTIONS, GRADIENTS AND DISTURBANCES
Biogeographical Distributions: The Role of Past Environments, Physical Factors, and Biotic Interactions Udo Schickhoff
Biodiversity Gradients Jens Mutke
Explaining Biogeographical Distributions and Gradients: Floral and Faunal Responses to Natural Disturbances Anke V. Jentsch and Carl Beierkuhnlein
Fire and Ecosystem Function Neal J. Enright
Species Response to Contemporary Climate Change Tim H. Sparks, Annette Menzel, Josep Peñuelas and Piotr Tryjanowski
PART THREE: RECONSIDERING BIOMES AND ECOSYSTEMS
Ecosystem Dynamics of Subpolar and Polar Regions Ingo Möller and Dietbert Thannheiser
Forest Ecosystem Structure and Disturbance Dynamics Across the Circumboreal Forest Daneil Kneeshaw, Yves Bergeron and Timo Kuuluvainen
The Ecosystem Dynamics of Tropical Savannas Jayalaxshmi Mistry
Tropical Forests: Biodiversity and Biogeography Kenneth R. Young
Dynamics of Mountain Ecosystems Udo Schickhoff
Biogeography of Agricultural Environments Chris Stoate
The Biogeography of Built Environments Clarie Freeman
PART FOUR: UTILIZING MAPPING AND MODELING
Remote Sensing for Mapping Biogeographical Distributions: Actualities and Potentials Giles M. Foody and Andrew C. Millington
Remote Sensing for Modeling Biogeographic Features and Processes Joanne M. Nightingale, Stuart R. Phinn and Michael J. Hill
Charaterizing Spatial Pattern in Biogeograhical Data Thomas P. Albright, Monica G. Turner and Jeffrey Cardille
Predictive Modeling of Biogeographical Phenomena Niall GT. Burnside and Stephen Waite
Simulation George P. Malanson
Biocomplexity Stephen J. Walsh, George P. Malanson, Joseph P. Messina, Daniel G. Brown, and Carlos F. Mena
PART FIVE: LINKING BIOGEOGRAPHY AND SOCIETY
Ethnobotany Robert Voeks
Invasive Species, in Geographical Perspective Mark A. Blumler
Bioindicators for Ecological and Environmental Monitoring Yordan Uzonov
Historical Biogeography as a Basis for the Conservation of Dynamic Ecosystems Rob Marchant and David M. Taylor
Habitat Approaches to Nature Conservation Geoffrey Hugh Griffiths and Ioannis Vogiatzakis
Species Approaches to Conservation in Biogeography Patrick E. Osborne and Pedro J. Leitão

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