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Mammalian diversification across the Holarctic: Spatiotemporal evolution in response to environmental change

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2011

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Hope, Andrew G., 2011, Mammalian diversification across the Holarctic: Spatiotemporal evolution in response to environmental change: The University of New Mexico.

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The primary focus in this dissertation is on the processes of environmental change that drive evolution. We are currently witnessing unparalleled changes in climate and associated changes in biotic communities. With a growing understanding that climate and habitat change, coupled with natural variability, will have an increased influence on biota into the future, it is our responsibility to learn how best to manage and conserve the Earth's natural resources. Among other things, this will require a firmer understanding of biodiversity, life histories, evolutionary relationships among species, and community dynamics over multiple species. One method of understanding how species will respond to future change is to interpret the legacy [...]

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