Origin of tropical diversity: from clades to communities

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Resumen

In this volume we aimed to assess progress in determining the processes by which current patterns of tropical biodiversity were established and are maintained. Tropical regions are highly species-rich and we present studies that have improved our understanding of the generation of that diversity at local, regional and global scales. We demonstrate how diverse fields from molecular phylogenetics, phylogeography, palaeontology and palaeoecology continue to improve our understanding of the natural history of the tropics.
Idioma originalEnglish (US)
EditorialFrontiers Media S. A.
ISBN (versión digital)978-2-88945-050-3
DOI
EstadoPublished - dic 2016

Serie de la publicación

NombreFrontiers Research Topics
EditorFrontiers Media SA
ISSN (electrónico)1664-8714

Huella dactilar

paleontology
phylogeography
paleoecology
tropical region
biodiversity
phylogenetics
history
tropics

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Richardson, James Edward (null). / Origin of tropical diversity: from clades to communities. Frontiers Media S. A., 2016. (Frontiers Research Topics).
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