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Evolutionary biogeography: an integrative approach with case studies / Juan J. Morrone
Morrone, Juan J. ;
New York : Columbia University Press , c2009
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Resumen en inglés

Rather than favoring only one approach, Juan J. Morrone proposes a comprehensive treatment of the developments and theories of evolutionary biogeography. Evolutionary biogeography uses distributional, phylogenetic, molecular, and fossil data to assess the historical changes that have produced current biotic patterns. Panbiogeography, parsimony analysis of endemicity, cladistic biogeography, and phylogeography are the four recent and most common approaches. Many conceive of these methods as representing different "schools," but Morrone shows how each addresses different questions in the various steps of an evolutionary biogeographical analysis. Panbiogeography and parsimony analysis of endemicity are useful for identifying biotic components or areas of endemism. Cladistic biogeography uses phylogenetic data to determine the relationships between these biotic components. Further information on fossils, phylogeographic patterns, and molecular clocks can be incorporated to identify different cenocrons. Finally, available geological knowledge can help construct a geobiotic scenario that may explain how analyzed areas were put into contact and how the biotic components and cenocrons inhabiting them evolved. Morrone compares these methods and employs case studies to make it clear which is best for the question at hand. Set problems, discussion sections, and glossaries further enhance classroom use.

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Preface
Chapter 1. INTRODUCING EVOLUTIONARY BIOGEOGRAPHY
What is evolutionary biogeography?
Step 1: Identification of biotic components
Step 2: Testing relationships among biotic components
Step 3: Regionalization
Step 4: Identification of cenocrons
Step 5: Construction of a geobiotic scenario
How to read this book
Chapter 2. BASIC CONCEPTS
Biogeography
Ecological and historical biogeography
Hierarchies and scales in biogeography
Biogeographic patterns
Biogeographic processes
Biotic components and cenocrons
Prediction and retrodiction
Biogeographic approaches and methods
Evolutionary biogeography
For Further reading
For Discussion
Chapter 3. A BRIEF HISTORY OF EVOLUTIONARY BIOGEOGRAPHY
The beginnings of biogeography
Classical biogeography
Darwinian biogeography
Extensionists and other unorthodox biogeographers
The New York school of zoogeography
Centers of origin
Phylogenetic biogeography
Panbiogeography
Refuge theory
Cladistic biogeography
Panbiogeographers versus cladistic biogeographers
Cenogenesis, cenocrons and horofaunas
Taxon pulses
Phylogeography
Conclusions
For Further Reading
For Discussion
Chapter 4. IDENTIFICATION OF BIOTIC COMPONENTS
Biotic components
Panbiogeography
Individual tracks
Generalized tracks
Nodes
Areas of endemism
Methods
Minimum-spanning tree method
Case study 4.1: Biogeography and evolution of North American cave Collembola
Case study 4.2: Distributional patterns of Mexican marine mammals
Track compatibility
Case study 4.3: Biogeography of the Subantarctic islands
Case study 4.4: Biogeography of the Sierra de Chiribiquete (Colombia)
Parsimony analysis of endemicity
Case study 4.5: Biogeography of the Mexican cloud forests
Case study 4.6: Distribution of butterflies in the Western Palearctic
Endemicity analysis

Case study 4.7: Areas of endemism in southern South America
Evaluation of the methods
For Further Reading
Problems
For Discussion
Chapter 5. TESTING RELATIONSHIPS AMONG BIOTIC COMPONENTS
Cladistic biogeography
Taxon-area cladograms
Resolved area cladograms
General area cladograms
Methods
Component analysis
Case study 5.1: Cladistic biogeography of Central Chile
Brooks parsimony analysis (BPA)
Case study 5.2: Cladistic biogeography of afromontane spiders
Case study 5.3: Biogeographic history of the North American warm desert biota
Three area statement analysis
Case study 5.4: Cladistic biogeography of the "blue ash" eucalypts
Tree reconciliation analysis
Case study 5.5: Biogeography of South American assassin bugs (Hemiptera)
Case study 5.6: Biogeography of plant and animal taxa in the Southern Hemisphere
Paralogy-free subtree analysis
Case study 5.7: Biogeography of the Northern Andes
Case study 5.8: Biogeography of Rhododendron section Vireya in the Malesian Archipelago
Dispersal-vicariance analysis
Case study 5.9: Historical biogeography of the Subantarctic subregion
Area cladistics
Case study 5.10: Cladistic biogeography of the Hawaiian islands
Phylogenetic analysis for comparing trees
Case study 5.11: Dispersal of hominines in the Old World
Evaluation and classification of the methods
For Further Reading
Problems
For Discussion
Chapter 6. REGIONALIZATION
Biogeographical classification
Realms, regions and transition zones
Regionalization of the world
Case study 6.1: Regionalization of Latin America
For Further Reading
Problems
For Discussion

Chapter 7. IDENTIFICATION OF CENOCRONS
Time-slicing
Methods Temporally partitioned component analysis
Case study 7.1: Dinosaurian biogeography
Intraspecific phylogeography
Case study 7.2: Phylogeography of red deers in Eurasia
Case study 7.3: Phylogeographic predictions of a weevil species of the Canary Islands
Molecular clocks
Case study 7.4: The Mediterranean Lago Mare theory and the speciation of European freshwater fishes
Case study 7.5: The arrival of caviomorph rodents and platyrrhine primates in South America
For Further Reading
Problems
For Discussion
Chapter 8. CONSTRUCTION OF A GEOBIOTIC SCENARIO
Geographic features
Plate tectonics
For Further Reading
For Discussion
Chapter 9. TOWARD AN INTEGRATIVE BIOGEOGRAPHY
For Further Reading
For Discussion
Glossary
References
Author Index
Subject Index


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Tópicos en sistemática, biogeografía, ecología y conservación de mamíferos / Gerardo Sánchez Rojas, Alberto Rojas Martínez, editores
Sánchez Rojas, Gerardo (edotor) ; Rojas Martínez, Alberto (editor) ;
Pachuca, Hidalgo, México : Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Hidalgo. Instituto de Ciencias Básicas e Ingeniería , 2007
Clasificación: 599.0972 / T6
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Una perspectiva latinoamericana de la biogeografía / editores: Juan J. Morrone, Jorge Llorente Bousquets
Morrone, J. Juan (ed.) ; Llorente Bousquets, Jorge E. (coed.) ;
México : Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Facultad de Ciencias, Las Prensas de Ciencias , 2003
Clasificación: 591.9 / U5
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Introducción al análisis de patrones en biogeografía histórica / David Espinosa Organista, Juan J. Morrone, Jorge Llorente Bousquets, Oscar Flores Villela
Espinosa Organista, David ; Morrone, Juan J. (coaut.) ; Llorente Bousquets, Jorge E. (coaut.) ; Flores Villela, Oscar Alberto (coaut.) ;
México : Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Facultad de Ciencias , 2002
Clasificación: 574.9 / I58
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Introducción a la biogeografía en Latinoamérica: teorías, conceptos, métodos y aplicaciones / editores: Jorge Llorente Bousquets, Juan J. Morrone
Llorente Bousquets, Jorge E. (editor) ; Morrone, Juan José (editor) ;
Distrito Federal, México : Comisión Nacional para el Conocimiento y Uso de la Biodiversidad :: Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. Facultad de Ciencias. Las Prensas de Ciencias , 2001
Clasificación: 574.9 / I5
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Biodiversidad, taxonomía y biogeografía de artrópodos de México: hacia una síntesis de su conocimiento / editores Jorge E. Llorente Bousquets, Alfonso N. García Aldrete, Enrique González Soriano, Juan J. Morrone
Llorente Bousquets, Jorge E. (ed.) ; García Aldrete, Alfonso N. (coed.) ; González Soriano, Enrique (coed.) ; Morrone, Juan J. (coed.) ;
Distrito Federal, México : Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. Instituto de Biología , 1996-
Clasificación: C/595.2 / B5
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Manual de biogeografía histórica / Juan José Morrone ...[et al.]
Morrone, Juan José ; Organista Espinosa, David (coaut.) ; Llorente Bousquets, Jorge E. (coaut.) ;
México : Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México , 1996
Clasificación: C/574.52 / M6
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