Northern host-parasite assemblages: history and biogeography on the borderlands of episodic climate and environmental transition.

Abstract

Diversity among assemblages of mammalian hosts and parasites in northern terrestrial ecosystems was structured by a deep history of biotic and abiotic change that overlies a complex geographic arena. Since the Pliocene, Holarctic ecosystems assembled in response to shifting climates (glacial and interglacial stages). Cycles of episodic dispersal/isolation… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/B978-0-12-398457-9.00001-9

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