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Subcategory: Business & Finance
Language: English
Publisher: Academic Press; First Printed edition (February 11, 1986)
Pages: 438 pages
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Cole MM (1986) The savannas: biogeography and geobotany. Linares-Palomino R, Oliveira-Filho AT, Pennington RT (2011) Neotropical seasonally dry forests: diversity, endemism and biogeography of woody plants

Cole MM (1986) The savannas: biogeography and geobotany. Academic, OrlandoGoogle Scholar. Coyle JR, Hurlbert AH, White EP (2013) Opposing mechanisms drive richness patterns of core and transient bird species. Am Nat 181:83–90CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Linares-Palomino R, Oliveira-Filho AT, Pennington RT (2011) Neotropical seasonally dry forests: diversity, endemism and biogeography of woody plants. In: Dirzo R, Mooney H, Ceballos G, Young H (eds) Seasonally dry tropical forests: ecology and conservation. Island Press, Washington, DC, pp 3–21CrossRefGoogle Scholar.

New Biological Books. The Savannas: Biogeography and Geobotany. Edward W. Beals, "The Savannas: Biogeography and Geobotany.

The Savannas : Biogeography and Geobotany. This book provides a study of the interrelationships between savanna vegetation and environmental factors which aid in determining the land potential for agriculture, mineral exploration and highway construction.

Biogeography and Geobotany. Savanna ecology, Savannas. There's no description for this book yet. Published July 1986 by Academic Pr. Written in English.

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The savanna vegetation of northern tropical America. Ecological Monographs 23:149–215. Werger, M. J. A. (e. assisted by Bruggen, A. C. van). Biogeography and ecology of Southern Africa. Sarmiento, G. Savannas of tropical America. Pp. 245–288 in Bourliere, F. Dr W. Junk, The Hague.

Phytogeography or botanical geography is the branch of biogeography that is concerned with the geographic distribution of plant species and their influence on the earth's surface. Phytogeography is concerned with all aspects of plant distribution, from the controls on the distribution of individual species ranges (at both large and small scales, see species distribution) to the factors that govern the composition of entire communities and floras.

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This book provides a study of the interrelationships between savanna vegetation and environmental factors which aid in determining the land potential for agriculture, mineral exploration and highway construction. It suggests bases for botanical resource management and for mineral exploration at continental, regional and local levels.