Translation for 'zoogeography' from English to Russian
зоогеография {ж}
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Translation for 'zoogeography' from English to Russian

зоогеография {ж}наука
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  • 83. Pickford, M., 1987. The diversity, zoogeography and geochronology of monkeys. Human Evol. 2: 71–89.
  • Udvardy coined the term "zoogeography" to identify studies of the distribution of animals, and published the book "Dynamic Zoogeography" on the topic.
  • In geography zoogeography exists today as the vibrant subfield of biogeography.
  • The deepwater sculpin is an indicator species for the health of the deepwater communities in the lakes where it occurs. It is of special interest to those interested in zoogeography.
  • systematics, comparative morphology, and zoogeography of various insect groups.

  • He had more than 160 scientific publications, many of which were "milestone contributions to the taxonomy and zoogeography of oceanic fishes".
  • Münster was also engaged in zoogeography. Together with Knut Dahl and Johannes Lid, in 1924 he coauthored the work "A Division of Norway into Bio-Geographical Sectional Areas Agreed Upon by Botanists and Zoologists".
  • Boris Karlovich Stegmann (25 December 1898 – 28 December 1975) was a Russian ornithologist of German descent who worked on zoogeography.
  • Bechyně studied at the University of Prague, graduating in 1948 with a thesis titled "Příspěvek k poznání filogenese a zoogeography rodu "Tymarcha" Latr" (on the phylogeny and zoogeography of the genus "Tymarcha" Latr).
  • Barbara Maria Patoleta is a Polish arachnologist who specialises in the taxonomy, evolution and zoogeography of jumping spiders (family Salticidae) in the Pacific Islands.

  • The Madeira River, a major tributary of the Amazon River, plays a basic role in zoogeography of mammals, particularly primates and rodents.
  • Kailola graduated in 1990 from the University of Adelaide with a PhD in zoology titled "The catfish family Ariidae (Teleostei) in New Guinea and Australia: relationships, systematics and zoogeography".
  • She was noted for her book "Animal Geography", a key work in the field of animal geography/zoogeography, and as editor of the "Scottish Geographical Magazine".
  • "Miscellanea Malacologica" is a peer-reviewed scientific journal covering malacology, specifically papers on the taxonomy, nomenclature, and zoogeography of mollusks.
  • Last graduated from the University of Tasmania in 1983 with a PhD titled "Aspects of the ecology and zoogeography of fishes from soft-bottom habitats of the Tasmanian shore zone".

  • The book, "The Rothschild collection of fleas: the Ceratophyllidae: key to the genera and host relationships, with notes on their evolution, zoogeography and medical importance", was posthumously dedicated to Hopkins.
  • He was interested in their morphology, taxonomy and zoogeography, and also in the protection of species and in their relationship with humans.
  • Klaus Rohde (born 1932 in Brandenburg an der Havel, Germany) is a German biologist at the University of New England (UNE), Australia, known particularly for his work on marine parasitology, evolutionary ecology/zoogeography, and phylogeny/ultrastructure of lower invertebrates.
  • His main subject of research was herpetology and zoogeography of Latin America, especially Ecuador.
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