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Contents Preface Introduction Reticulations and Reintegration of Modern Biogeography Mark V. Lomolino and Lawrence R. Heaney PART I Paleobiogeography Introduction by Stephen T. Jackson 1. Cenozoic and Mesozoic Paleogeography: Changing Terrestrial Biogeographic Pathways Christopher R. Scotese 2. Arid Lands Paleobiogeography: The Rodent Midden Record in the Americas Julio L. Betancourt 3. Quaternary Biogeography: Linking Biotic Responses to Environmental Variability Stephen T. Jackson 4. Biogeography on a Dynamic Earth Christopher J. Humphries and Malte C. Ebach PART II Phylogeography and Diversification Introduction by Vicki Funk and Brett Riddle 5. The Past and Future Roles of Phylogeography in Historical Biogeography Brett R. Riddle and David J. Hafner 6. Range Expansion, Extinction, and Biogeographic Congruence: A Deep Time Perspective Bruce S. Lieberman 7. Reticulations in Historical Biogeography: The Triumph of Time over Space in Evolution Daniel R. Brooks PART III Diversity Gradients Introduction by Dov F. Sax and Robert J. Whittaker 8. Beyond Species Richness: Biogeographic Patterns and Biodiversity Dynamics Using Other Metrics of Diversity Kaustuv Roy, David Jablonski, and James W. Valentine 9. The Global Diversity Gradient John R. G. Turner and Bradford A. Hawkins 10. Diversity Emerging: Toward a Deconstruction of Biodiversity Patterns Pablo A. Marquet, Miriam Fern?ndez, Sergio A. Navarrete, and Claudio Valdovinos 11. Dynamic Hypotheses of Richness on Islands and Continents Robert J. Whittaker PART IV: Marine Biogeography Introduction by John C. Briggs, Brian W. Bowen, and Michael A. Rex 12. Island Life: A View from the Sea Geerat J. Vermeij 13. A Marine Center of Origin: Reality and Conservation John C. Briggs 14. Pattern and Process in Marine Biogeography: A View from the Poles J. Alistair Crame PART V: Conservation Biogeography Introduction by Mark V. Lomolino 15. How Do Biological Invasions Alter Diversity Patterns? Julie L. Lockwood 16. GIS-Based Predictive Biogeography in the Context of Conservation Victor Sanchez-Cordero, Mariana Munguia and A. Townsend Peterson 17. Applying Species-Area Relationships to the Conservation of Species Diversity Michael L. Rosenzweig 18. Conservation Biogeography in Oceanic Archipelagoes Lawrence R. Heaney Concluding Remarks James H. Brown Literature Cited Index
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