The Biogeography of Geographers: A Content Visualization of Journal Publications

@article{Stallins2007TheBO,
  title={The Biogeography of Geographers: A Content Visualization of Journal Publications},
  author={J. A. Stallins},
  journal={Physical Geography},
  year={2007},
  volume={28},
  pages={261 - 275}
}
Biogeographers choose to align their scholarship within different domains, from ecological or historical biogeography, to landscape ecology, macroecology, or the analytical perspective initiated with the theory of island biogeography. Biogeography is also practiced under the umbrella of geography, as geographical biogeography. Using the ISI Web of Science journal article database, I performed content visualizations of research authored by those biogeographers with an identity or interest… Expand
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