The Zoogeography of Israel the distribution and abundance at a zoogeographical crossroad

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Published by W. Junk, Distributors for the U.S. and Canada, Kluwer Academic in Dordrecht, Boston, Norwell, MA .

Written in English

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  • Israel.

Subjects:

  • Zoogeography -- Israel.,
  • Natural history -- Israel.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographies and indexes.

Book details

Statementedited by Y. Yom-Tov and E. Tchernov.
SeriesMonographiae biologicae ;, v. 62
ContributionsYom-Tov, Y., Tchernov, E.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQP1 .P37 vol. 62, QL333 .P37 vol. 62
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 600 p. :
Number of Pages600
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2396521M
ISBN 109061936500
LC Control Number87026285

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Zoogeography of Israel 1 2. Garfunkel The pre-Quaternary geology of Israel 7 3. Horowitz The Quaternary environments and paleogeography in Israel 35 4. Klein The geomorphology of Israel 59 5.

Jaffe Climate of Israel • 79 6. Dan The soils of the land of Israel 95 7. Danin Flora and vegetation of Israel and adjacent areas The subject of this book is the zoogeography of Israel and the Sinai Peninsula, which is situated at the 'crossroads' of the Palaearctic and Afrotropical Regions.

There are 19 chapters, covering subjects such as: pre-Quaternary geology; Quaternary geography; geomorphology; climate; soils; vegetation; paleobiogeography; zoogeography of social insects, Diptera, Lepidoptera, land snails.

A resume' of the zoogeography of Israel introduces the reader to the mammals that inhabited the region in prehistoric times.

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Golil. This is the first systematic presentaiton in English of information gathered on the terrestrial mammals (including bats) of Israel. The Introduction briefly describes the physical and biological characteristics of the study area; the zoogeography and ecology of the mammals of Israel and the impact of man on their conservation, distribution and populations; and the history of mammal research in.

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At the Biblical Museum of Natural History in Israel, the complex zoogeography of the Bible is fascinatingly reflected in the reactions of the visitors to the animals on exhibit. American visitors are familiar with bears and wolves, but they tend to confuse the crocodile with the alligator.

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The definition of the chorotype is based on actual distribution patterns and corresponds to the definitions used in the book series, “The Lepidoptera of Israel” (Kravchenko et al. a, b). Voucher specimens of the discussed species are deposited in the ZSM, TAU, and the private collection of the first author.

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