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African biogeography, climate change & human evolution

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Oxford University Press , New York
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Other titlesAfrican biogeography, climate change, and human evolution
Statementedited by Timothy G. Bromage & Friedemann Schrenk.
SeriesThe human evolution series
ContributionsBromage, Timothy G., Schrenk, Friedemann., Wenner-Gren Foundation International Symposium (119th : 1995 : Salima, Malawi)
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LC ClassificationsGN281 .A3 1999
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Paginationix, 485 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL361793M
ISBN 10019511437X
LC Control Number98021953

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Landforms, Climate, Ecogeographic Mosaics, and the Potential for Hominid Diversity in Pliocene Africa /.

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Atmosphere and Oceans: Short‐Term Climate Change The Future Section V: People and Problems 13 African biogeography Human Intrusion The Emergence of Humans Modern Humans and the Megafaunal Extinctions Plant Domestication and Agriculture Animal Domestication The Diversification of Homo sapiens   Biogeography and climatic change as a context to human dispersal out of Africa and within Eurasia and that dispersals into different parts of Eurasia do not necessarily originate from Africa.

Human dispersal out of Africa and into Climate Change, & Human Evolution, Oxford University Press (), pp. Google Scholar. Vekua, Abstract. The present biogeographic distribution of primates is the result of a complex series of events throughout the Cenozoic Era.

In past, primates have been both widespread and diverse in North America and Europe and have had much broader distributions in South America, Madagascar and Asia.

Bringing an ecological and biogeographic perspective to recent fossil finds, this book provides a new synthesis of ideas on hominid evolution and will be a valuable resource for a variety of researchers. Atmosphere and Oceans: Short ]Term Climate Change The Future SECTION V: PEOPLE AND PROBLEMS 13 The Human Intrusion The Emergence of Humans Modern Humans and the Megafaunal Extinctions Plant Domestication and Agriculture Animal Domestication Diversification of Homo sapiens The Biogeography of Human.

Biogeography not only provides significant inferential evidence for evolution and common descent, but it also provides what creationists like to deny is possible in evolution: testable predictions. Biogeography is split into two areas: ecological biogeography, which is concerned with current distribution patterns and historical biogeography.

biogeography was on evolution, history, dispersal, and mechanisms of survival. climate change, and human alterations to landscapes. This revised edition of a book first published in   Jonathan Kingdon, zoologist and artist specialized in African natural history, used biogeographic patterns of present-day eastern African mammalian sibling species to derive an evolutionary mechanism of climate-induced isolation of ancient ape populations in Indian Ocean coastal forests, with evolution of bipedality followed by inland dispersal and subsequent evolution (formation of new species) in different inland river basins (Kingdon, ).

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It’s important because it is the one book that really lays out in great detail, for the non-specialist, some of the strongest evidence for evolution, which. Therefore, climate plays the key role both for the evolution of organisms (even human) and their geographical distribution. However, living organisms are beautifully adapted with the climate.

Biogeography and ecology provide insights into the effects of climate change on biodiversity that have not yet been fully integrated into conservation biology and applied conservation management.

CCS provide a framework in which biogeographers, ecologists and conservation managers can collaborate to address this need. A biome is a key community ecological and biogeographical concept and, as such, has profited from the overall progress of community ecology, punctuated by two major innovations: shifting the focus from pure pattern description to understanding functionality, and changing the approach from observational to explanatory and, most importantly, from descriptive to predictive.

Central Africa, for the most part, is landlocked and is geographically threatened by climate change. Due to its high climate variability and rainfed agriculture, Central Africa is expected to experience longer and more frequent heatwaves as well as an increase in wet extremes.

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outlining the evolution of human understanding of animal cognition and exploring case studies of animal problem solving, tool use and social structures.

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This book is a source of provocative research findings, a history and critique of the field and a personal narrative of de Waal’s. Rosenzweig, M. L., in African Biogeography, Climate Change, and Human Evolution, eds.

Bromage, T. & Schrenk, F. (Oxford Univ. Press, New York), in press. Articles from Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America are provided here courtesy of National Academy of Sciences. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.

My library. Phylogeography is the study of the historical processes that may be responsible for the contemporary geographic distributions of individuals. This is accomplished by considering the geographic distribution of individuals in light of genetics, particularly population genetics. This term was introduced to describe geographically structured genetic signals within and among species.

Human evolution, the process by which human beings developed on Earth from now-extinct zoologically, we humans are Homo sapiens, a culture-bearing upright-walking species that lives on the ground and very likely first evolved in Africa aboutyears ago.

We are now the only living members of what many zoologists refer to as the human tribe, Hominini, but there is. Two different types of environment – dense woodlands and open bushland – occurred in the same areas of East Africa during the period of human evolution.

Climate fluctuation altered the proportion of these habitats, and thus led to repeated changes only in population density and variable conditions of natural selection. How Climate Change and Plate Tectonics Shaped Human Evolution the local climate of East Africa varied over a 20,year cycle, from.

Climate change is a significant and lasting change in the statistical distribution of weather patterns over periods ranging from decades to millions of years.

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It may be a change in average weather conditions, or in the distribution of weather around the average conditions (i.e., more or fewer extreme weather events).

A phylogenetic review of the African leaf chameleons: genus Rhampholeon (Chamaeleonidae): the role of vicariance and climate change in speciation. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London.

Series B: Biological Sciences, Vol. Issue. p. REGIONAL IMPACTS OF AND VULNERABILITIES TO CLIMATE CHANGE 18 Africa 18 Asia 20 Latin America 22 in adapting to the effects of climate change. This book outlines the impact of climate change in four developing country regions: Africa, Asia, Latin America and small CLIMATE CHANGE AND ADAPTATION Human beings have been adapting.

The conservation actions employed to address landscape‐ or climate change‐mediated, vs. human vector‐mediated local range expansions are very different. Conservation interventions to limit range expansions associated with landscape or climate change are often much less tractable than those that are required to reduce human vectoring.

Explore how environment change influenced evolution, and how dramatic climate instability over the past 6 million years may have shaped human adaptations.

Climate Effects on Human Evolution The idea of variability selection, developed by Smithsonian researcher Dr. Rick Potts, seeks to explain how the dynamic surroundings of human ancestors.