Reconciling approaches to biogeographical regionalization: a systematic and generic framework examined with a case study of the Australian continent
Aim: To develop a systematic and generic framework for biogeographical regionalizations that can assist in reconciling different approaches and advance their application as a research tool. Location: The Australian continent is used as a case study. Methods: A review of approaches to biogeographical regionalization revealed two basic methodologies: the integrated survey method and the parametric approach. To help reconcile these different approaches, we propose a simple, four-step, flexible and...[Show more]
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