Biogeography Specialty Group

of the Association of American Geographers (AAG)


Concerned with the where, how, and why of biotic distributions [IMAGE]

The Biogeography Specialty Group (BSG) of the Association of American Geographers (AAG) is primariliy concerned with investigating and understanding biotic distributions on earth, their characteristics, causes, and processes acting within/between environments, and helping fellow professionals and students exchange information and learn more about biogeography.

Some links to things of potential interest to biogeographers:

Association of American Geographers (AAG) home page
The Biogeographer (the latest BSG newsletter)
Landscape ecology and biogeography (ANU)
WWW sites of interest to ecologists
Physical Geography Resources
Geography Departments around the World (you can add your own departmental URL to the list)

Send new links to f_precht@fre.fsu.umd.edu Francis (Bud) Precht


We would like to hear from you. Contact any of us at the following:
Melissa Savage [Chair, BSG] savage@geog.sscnet.ucla.edu
Mike DeMers [Editor, BSG Newsletter] mdemers@nmsu.edu
Francis (Bud) Precht [Webmaster] f_precht@fre.fsu.umd.edu

Copyright © 1996 Francis (Bud) Precht
Most recent revision Thursday, February 22, 1996