Systematic and Evolutionary Biogeography Association

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The Systematic and Evolutionary Biogeographical Association (SEBA) promotes an open and diverse international biogeographical community by assisting in sharing biogeographical information. Enhancing communication between biogeographers of all countries, SEBA contributes to the development of the theory and practice of Systematic and Evolutionary Biogeography (see Ebach & Morrone, 2005).

SEBA was established in 2006. It is a non-profit organization and a Scientific Member of the International Union of Biological Sciences (IUBS).

SEBA also promotes the International Code of Area Nomenclature (ICAN), a standardized system of biogeographical reference.

References[edit]

  • Ebach, M.C. & Morrone, J.J. (2005). Forum on Historical Biogeography: What is Cladistic Biogeography? Journal of Biogeography, 32: 2179-2183.

External links[edit]

  • SEBA Website [1]
  • International Code of Area Nomenclature (ICAN) [2]