NYBG – STORIES OF PLACE AND BELONGING: PATTERNS IN PLANT BIOGEOGRAPHY

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Plant geographic ranges have shifted over time, shaped by forces such as evolution, geology, ecology, and climate. Some of these forces have left striking botanical biogeographic patterns. As plant ranges continue to shift today especially in the face of climate change, gaining insights from both past and present patterns of plant biodiversity is important. In …

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