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evolution of geography instruction at Oregon State University
John Granville Jensen
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Wallace pushed the study of biogeography to grander scales than Darwin. As he traveled through Indonesia, for example, he was struck by the sharp distinction between the northwestern part of the archipelago and the southeastern, despite their similar climate and terrain. Sumatra and Java were ecologically more like the Asian mainland, while New Guinea was more like Australia. This is the Oregon's Naturalist course offered by Oregon State University Professional and Noncredit Education. In this course, you will learn about Oregon’s natural history and relevant topics in present-day sustainable natural resource management. A basic understanding of some nature-related concepts is helpful, but not required. Technical Report History of the Department of Zoology, Oregon State University Public Deposited. Analytics Scholars Archive is a service of Oregon State University Libraries & Press. The Valley Library Corvallis, OR Contact Us Services for Persons with : Ernst John Dornfeld.
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