Biogeography of the Kimberley, Western Australia: a review of landscape evolution and biotic response in an ancient refugium
Aim: We review the biogeography of the Kimberley, with a particular focus on the geological and landscape history of the region. We identified broad geological and biogeographical discontinuities across the Kimberley, and propose a number of testable hypotheses concerning how the evolution of these land-forms may have harboured and structured genetic diversity across the region. Location: The Kimberley region, north-western Australia. Methods: The literature available on the Kimberley is...[Show more]
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