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Pronunciation: [bˌa͡ɪə͡ʊd͡ʒɪˈɒɡɹəfi] (IPA)

Biogeography is the study of the geographical distribution of living organisms and how it is affected by environmental factors. There are several synonyms for this term that can be used interchangeably, including catachresis, ecological biogeography, evolutionary biogeography, and phylogeography. Catachresis refers to the study of the distribution of organisms that is not caused by geographical barriers. Ecological biogeography is the study of the distribution of organisms and their interactions with their environment. Evolutionary biogeography is the study of the evolution of species and the history of their distribution. Phylogeography is the study of the historical processes that have led to the distribution of organisms. These terms help to provide a more nuanced understanding of the complex processes that shape the distribution of life on Earth.

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  • The evidence of evolution pours in, not only from geology, paleontology, biogeography, and anatomy (Darwin's chief sources), but from molecular biology and every other branch of the life sciences. To put it bluntly but fairly, anyone today who doubts that the variety of life on this planet was produced by a process of evolution is simply ignorant — inexcusably ignorant, in a world where three out of four people have learned to read and write. Doubts about the power of Darwin's idea of natural selection to explain this evolutionary process are still intellectually respectable, however, although the burden of proof for such skepticism has become immense...
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