Biogeography is the scientific study of the distribution of living organisms across geological time. It seeks to understand the patterns and processes that influence the geographical distribution of species, as well as the factors that shape the diversity and composition of ecosystems. Biogeography integrates principles from biology, geography, geology, and ecology to explore how and why species are distributed in specific regions and how they have evolved and adapted to their environments.

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Introduction to Geography

  1. What is Geography
  2. Introduction to Physical Geography
  3. Realms of the physical environment
  4. Introduction to Biogeography