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Title Neotropical diversification : patterns and processes / Valenti Rull, Ana Carolina Carnaval, editors.
Imprint Cham : Springer, 2020.

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Series Fascinating life sciences.
Fascinating life sciences.
Subject Biodiversity -- Tropics.
Alt Name Rull, Valentí.
Carnaval, Ana Carolina.
Description 1 online resource.
Contents Chapter 1. Introduction -- Part 1. Neotropical diversity and diversification -- Chapter 2. Neotropical diversification: historical overview and conceptual insights -- Chapter 3. Beyond refugia: New insights on Quaternary climate variation and the evolution of biotic diversity in tropical South America -- Chapter 4. Tropical and subtropical in South America: a study of community turnover across environmental gradients -- Chapter 5. Evolutionary macroecology and the geographical patterns of Neotropical diversification -- Chapter 6. Evolutionary imprints on species distribution patterns across the Neotropics -- Chapter 7. Avian diversity in humid tropical and subtropical south American forests, with a discussion about their related climatic and geological underpinnings -- Chapter 8. Contrasting patterns of temporal diversification in Neotropical butterflies: An overview -- Chapter 9. Diatom diversity and biogeography across tropical South America -- Part 2. Regional biodiversity patterns and diversification processes -- Chapter 10. The origin and evolution of Amazonian species diversity -- Chapter 11. Patterns and processes of diversification in Amazonian white sand ecosystems: insights from birds and plants -- Chapter 12. Human contribution to Amazonian plant diversity: legacy of pre-Columbian land use in modern plant communities -- Chapter 13. On the young savannas in the land of ancient forests -- Chapter 14. The diversification of extant Angiosperms in the South America dry diagonal -- Chapter 15. Diversity, endemism, and evolutionary history of montane biotas outside the Andean region -- Chapter 16. Patterns of species and lineage diversity in the Atlantic rainforest of Brazil -- Chapter 17. Diversification in ancient and nutrient-poor Neotropical ecosystems: how geological and climatic buffering have shaped plant diversity in some of the worlds neglected hotspots -- Chapter 18. Bioregions of Eastern Brazil, based on vascular plant occurrence data -- Chapter 1 9. Forests diversity in the Mexican neotropics: A paleocological view -- Chapter 20. Historical biogeography of Caribbean plants revises regional paleogeography -- Part 3. Taxon-based local and regional studies -- Chapter 21. Amphibians and reptiles of Venezuelan Guayana: diversity, biogeography and conservation -- Chapter 22. Origin of elevational replacements in a clade of nearly flightless birds -- most diversity in tropical mountains accumulates via secondary contact following allopatric speciation -- Chapter 23. Clade-specific biogeographic history and climatic niche shifts of the southern Andean-southern Brazilian disjunction in plants -- Chapter 24. Biotic and landscape evolution in an Amazonian contact zone: insights from the herpetofauna of the Tapajos River basin -- Chapter 25. Diversification processes in lizards and snakes from the middle Sao Francisco River dune region -- Chapter 26. Unexpected beta-diversity radiations in highland clades of Andean Terraranae frogs -- Chapter 27. Disparate patterns of diversification within Liolaemini lizards -- Chapter 28. Diversification history of Neotropical Lecythidaceae, an ecologically dominant tree family of Amazon rain forest -- Part 4. IV. Epilogue -- Chapter 29. Conservation in the Neotropics -- a final reflection.
Summary This book provides a comprehensive overview of the patterns of biodiversity in various neotropical ecosystems, as well as a discussion on their historical biogeographies and underlying diversification processes. All chapters were written by prominent researchers in the fields of tropical biology, molecular ecology, climatology, paleoecology, and geography, producing an outstanding collection of essays, synthetic analyses, and novel investigations that describe and improve our understanding of the biodiversity of this unique region. With chapters on the Amazon and Caribbean forests, the Atlantic rainforests, the Andes, the Cerrado savannahs, the Caatinga drylands, the Chaco, and Mesoamerica - along with broad taxonomic coverage - this book summarizes a wide range of hypotheses, views, and methods concerning the processes and mechanisms of neotropical diversification. The range of perspectives presented makes the book a truly comprehensive, state-of-the-art publication on the topic, which will fascinate both scientists and general readers alike.
ISBN 9783030311674 (electronic bk.)
3030311678 (electronic bk.)
303031166X
9783030311667
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-3-030-31
OCLC # 1148190543
Additional Format Print version: Neotropical diversification. Cham : Springer, 2020 303031166X 9783030311667 (OCoLC)1112424926.


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