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Ebach. Biogeography in a Changing World. 2006.

Ebach. Biogeography in a Changing World. 2006.

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Published by: Fernando Julio Biolé on Nov 09, 2012
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The Systematics Association Special Volume Series 70
Biogeography in aChanging World
The Systematics Association Special Volume Series
Series EditorAlan Warren
Department of Zoology, The Natural History Museum,Cromwell Road, London SW7 5BD, UK.
The Systematics Association promotes all aspects of systematic biology by organizing conferencesand workshops on key themes in systematics, publishing books and awarding modest grants insupport of systematics research. Membership of the Association is open to internationally basedprofessionals and amateurs with an interest in any branch of biology including palaeobiology.Members are entitled to attend conferences at discounted rates, to apply for grants and toreceive the newsletters and mailed information; they also receive a generous discount on thepurchase of all volumes produced by the Association.The first of the Systematics Association’s publications
The New Systematics
(1940) was a classicwork edited by its then-president Sir Julian Huxley, that set out the problems facing generalbiologists in deciding which kinds of data would most effectively progress systematics. Sincethen, more than 70 volumes have been published, often in rapidly expanding areas of sciencewhere a modern synthesis is required.The
modus operandi 
of the Association is to encourage leading researchers to organize symposiathat result in a multi-authored volume. In 1997 the Association organized the first of its internationalBiennial Conferences.This and subsequent Biennial Conferences, which are designed to providefor systematists of all kinds, included themed symposia that resulted in further publications. TheAssociation also publishes volumes that are not specifically linked to meetings and encourages newpublications in a broad range of systematics topics.Anyone wishing to learn more about the Systematics Association and its publications shouldrefer to our website at www.systass.org.Other Systematics Association publications are listed after the index for this volume.

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