About the book
Mexico and Central America is a very special, interesting and important region also from faunistic, floristic and ecological viewpoints.
In the maintenance and conservation of our planet's biodiversity, knowledge of current biogeographical patterns, Earth-historical changes, speciation or invasion processes, flora, fauna, natural history, and ecology have outstanding importance. Many areas of biodiversity are still completely undiscovered nowadays. The ecological effects of global climate change also have a significant impact on biodiversity, flora, and fauna, through biogeographical patterns. Pure and applied biogeography is the study of the spatial and temporal distribution of taxa (flora, fauna, and microbiome), life forms, communities, biomes and natural or human-influenced ecosystems of our planet in different spatial and temporal scales.
In this book titled "Natural History and Ecology of Mexico and Central America" we would like to collect the biological, environmental, geographical and applied science results of the research of this very interesting, beautiful and great region.