The Theory Of Island Biogeography By Macarthur & Wilson
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The Theory Of Island Biogeography By Macarthur & Wilson:
Stated Second printing of this landmark paper in the study of biogeography, the study of the distribution of organisms in geographic space through geological time. MacArthur and Wilson identified and examined factors that affect species diversity in the isolated natural communities of islands, a perspective that effectively introduced a major avenue of research for decades to come. Wilson would go on to establish a career as one of the most important biologists of the 20th century, doing seminal work in sociobiology and making major contributions in entomology.