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macroecology


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A term coined by James H. Brown of the University of New Mexico that is used in relation to biogeographic studies (see biogeography) of population and species interactions on a large rather than a local scale. It brings to bear both geographic and historical considerations in understanding the local abundance, distribution, and diversity of species.

Subjects: Biological Sciences — Earth Sciences and Geography.


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