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BIBLIOGRAPHIES AND TEXT ARCHIVES

Early classics in biogeography, distribution and diversity studies: To 1950 - A selected bibliography of about five hundred historical sources in biogeography and cognate disciplines, with links to online biographical information on the authors as available, and the full-text of some 200 of the items on the list.

Early classics in biogeography, distribution and diversity studies: 1951-1975 - A bibliography and full-text archive designed as a service to advanced students and researchers engaged in work in biogeography, biodiversity, and related studies. All items in the bibliography are primary sources and were published from 1951 through 1975.

Alfred Russel Wallace page - Materials on and by the celebrated English naturalist and social critic (1823-1913), including bibliographies, features, lists (e.g., of all personal names appearing in his writings), commentaries, a capsule biography, information on archival resources, and the full-text of over 200 of his published writings and interviews.

A bibliography concerning the geographic distribution of mammals - A taxon and faunal unit bibliography (through 1992) of publications concerning the geographical distribution of mammals including faunal monographs, checklists, determination keys, taxonomic revisions, bibliographies, conservation status reports, etc.--any kind of publication bearing information relevant to the study of area-specific faunas.

A bibliography concerning the geographic distribution of reptiles and amphibians - A taxon and faunal unit bibliography (through 1992) of publications concerning the geographical distribution of reptiles and amphibians including faunal monographs, checklists, determination keys, taxonomic revisions, bibliographies, conservation status reports, etc.--any kind of publication bearing information relevant to the study of area-specific faunas.

The equilibrium theory of island biogeography: independent discovery in 1948 by Euguene Gordon Munroe - Scanned pages from Munroe's dissertation - The Geographical Distribution of Butterflies in the West Indies - where he develops, among other ideas, a theory equivalent in most respects to MacArthur and Wilson's equilibrium theory of island biogeography.

Included also is a reprint of a paper by Brown and Lomolino (1989) describing Munroe's prescience and its place in the historical development of island theory.

Searchable Ornithological Research Archive (SORA) - This database offers full text articles from 7 ornithological journals for a period of 100 years.

Some biogeographers, evolutionists and ecologists: Chrono-biographical sketches - Provides about 250 profiles of leading naturalists of the past.

Toolbox for conservation professionals and researchers - A web-based resource to promote biodiversity research. Concentrating on the management of threatened and endangered species.

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