New Guinean orogenic dynamics and biota evolution revealed using a custom geospatial analysis pipeline

@article{Toussaint2021NewGO,
  title={New Guinean orogenic dynamics and biota evolution revealed using a custom geospatial analysis pipeline},
  author={Emmanuel F A Toussaint and L. White and H. Shaverdo and A. Lam and Suriani Surbakti and Rawati Panjaitan and Bob Sumoked and T. von Rintelen and K. Sagata and M. Balke},
  journal={BMC Ecology and Evolution},
  year={2021},
  volume={21}
}
Background The New Guinean archipelago has been shaped by millions of years of plate tectonic activity combined with long-term fluctuations in climate and sea level. These processes combined with New Guinea’s location at the tectonic junction between the Australian and Pacific plates are inherently linked to the evolution of its rich endemic biota. With the advent of molecular phylogenetics and an increasing amount of geological data, the field of New Guinean biogeography begins to be… Expand

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