The stability of coastal benthic biogeography over the last 10 million years

Authors: ÁT Kocsis, CJ Reddin, W Kiessling
Journal: Global Ecology and Biogeography 27 (9), 1106-1120

Despite the substantial climatic changes of the past ten million years, CCATs Ádám and Carl show robustly that the biogeographic regions from then have changed little compared with those of today. These regions are likely defined by continental configuration and latitudinal banding of climate.

Fig. Biogeographical partitioning of the recent species‐level dataset (OBIS). (c) Wiley

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