Gulliver travels to the fragmented tropics : geographic variation in mechanisms of avian extinction

@inproceedings{Stratford2005GulliverTT,
  title={Gulliver travels to the fragmented tropics : geographic variation in mechanisms of avian extinction},
  author={Jeffrey A. Stratford and Wayne D. Robinson},
  year={2005}
}
peculiar, and if they were not so directly contrary to those of my own dear country, I should be tempted to say little in their justification” (Swift 1726). In Jonathan Swift’s classic tale, Gulliver’s Travels, Gulliver finds himself in unfamiliar and extraordinary lands. What makes his experiences so intriguing and comical are his transplanted notions of order and society colliding with the very different notions held by his exotic hosts. In a similar way, ecological inferences derived from… CONTINUE READING