Produced and maintained by Charles Smith, science librarian at the University of Western Kentucky, this bibliography points to a wide range of primary sources in an area of inquiry that predates the theory of evolution, but whose various disciplines all played a part in its formulation. To hear Dr. Smith describe it, biogeography refers to the study of "what lives where, and why." As you will see in his extensive list of references, the range of topics covered is as broad as it is deep, drawing on the work of many seminal thinkers. Easy to consult, Dr. Smith's bibliography is a simple, alphabetical listing of works, many of which are directly accessible online via clearly denoted hyperlinks.
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