Evolution and biogeography of Australasian vertebrates

J. R. Merrick (Editor), M. Archer (Editor), G. M. Hickey (Editor), M. S. Y. Lee (Editor)

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    This large reference volume provides a comprehensive overview of the knowledge of vertebrate diversity within Australasia, together with discussion of the factors that influenced the evolution and distributions of the faunas we see today. By considering the major forces shaping the extant vertebrate assemblages, using new techniques and strategies, we can formulate ideas about how to best conserve and manage these dynamic vertebrate groups as well as the ecosystem complexes on which they depend.
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationOatlands, N.S.W.
    ISBN (Print)097577901X
    Publication statusPublished - 2006


    • biogeography, Australasia
    • zoogeography, Australasia
    • diversity
    • systematics
    • conservation management

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