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Frontiers of Biogeography (ISSN 1948-6596)
the scientific magazine of the International Biogeography Society

Volume 3, issue 3 November 2011
(Click on titles below to link to individual articles, or choose complete issue here [2.1 MB])


cover
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table of contents
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news and update

update: Species–area curves and the estimation of extinction rates
J. Beck (p. 81)

update: Extinct or extant? Woodpeckers and rhinoceros
R. Ladle (p. 83)

update: Climate wars
J. Beck (p. 84)

update: Emerging research opportunities in global urban ecology
F.A. La Sorte (p. 85)

update: Beyond taxonomical space: large-scale ecology meets functional and phylogenetic diversity
M.V. Cianciaruso (p. 87)

book review: A mangrove compendium
U. Berger (p. 91)

book review: A comprehensive foundation for the application of biogeography to conservation
T. Newbold (p. 93)

book review: A new encyclopedia for biological invasions
R.A. Francis (p. 95)

book review: A piscine history of the Neotropics
A.E. Magurran (p. 97)

... books noted with interest
M. Eichhorn (p. 99)

thesis abstract: Applying species distribution modeling for the conservation of Iberian protected invertebrates
R.M. Chefaoui (p. 101)

opinion and perspectives

opinion: Political erosion dismantles the conservation network existing in the Canary Islands
J.M. Fernández-Palacios & L. de Nascimento (p. 106)

perspective: The causes and biogeographical significance of species' rediscovery
R.J. Ladle et al. (p. 111)


membership corner

from the society: Getting to know IBS Early Career Members
A.M.C. Santos (p. 119)

from the society: Call for proposals for hosting 7th Biennial Conference of the IBS
D. Gavin (p. 121)

Job announcements (p. 122)
Upcoming meetings (p. 122)

 

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