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  1. Figure 50.0x Earth from the moon

  2. Figure 50.1 Distribution and abundance of the red kangaroo in Australia, based on aerial surveys

  3. Figure 50.x1 Patterns of distribution in the biosphere

  4. Figure 50.2 Sample questions at different levels of ecology

  5. Figure 50.4 Biogeographic realms

  6. Figure 50.5 Flowchart of factors limiting geographic distribution

  7. Figure 50.6 Set of transplant experiments for a hypothetical species

  8. Figure 50.7 Spread of the African honeybee in the Americas since 1956

  9. Figure 50.8 Expansion of the geographic range of the zebra mussel (Dreissenapolymorpha) since its discovery near Detroit in 1988

  10. Figure 55.7x Zebra mussels

  11. Figure 50.9 Predator-removal experiments

  12. Figure 50.10 A climograph for some major kinds of ecosystems (biomes) in North America

  13. Figure 50.11 Solar radiation and latitude

  14. Figure 50.12 What causes the seasons?

  15. Figure 50.13 Global air circulation, precipitation, and winds

  16. Figure 50.14 How mountains affect rainfall

  17. Figure 50.15 Lake stratification and seasonal turnover (Layer 4)

  18. Figure 50.16 Current geographic range and predicted future range for the American beech (Fagusgrandifolia) under two climate-change scenarios

  19. Figure 50.17 The distribution of major aquatic biomes

  20. Figure 50.18 Zonation in a lake

  21. Figure 50.19 Freshwater biomes: Oligotrophic lake (left), eutrophic lake (top right), stream flowing into a river (bottom right)

  22. Figure 50.20 Damming the Columbia River Basin

  23. Figure 50.21 Wetlands (top) and estuaries (bottom)

  24. Figure 50.22 Zonation in the marine environment

  25. Figure 50.23 Examples of marine biomes

  26. Figure 50.23cx Black smoker

  27. Figure 50.24 The distribution of major terrestrial biomes

  28. Figure 50.25a Tropical forests

  29. Figure 50.25b Savanna

  30. Figure 50.25bx Savanna

  31. Figure 50.25c Deserts

  32. Figure 50.25d Chaparral

  33. Figure 50.25dx Chaparral

  34. Figure 50.25e Temperate grassland

  35. Figure 20.25f Temperate deciduous forest

  36. Figure 20.25g Coniferous forests

  37. Figure 20.25h Tundra

  38. Figure 50.26 A hierarchy of scales for analyzing the geographic distribution of the moss Tetraphis

  39. Figure 50.27 Most species have small geographic ranges

  40. Figure 52.0 Monarch butterflies

  41. Figure 52.1 Aerial census for African buffalo (Syncerus caffer) in the Serengeti of East Africa

  42. Figure 52.2 Patterns of dispersion within a population’s geographic range

  43. Figure 52.2ax2 Clumped dispersion: buffalo, swans, fish, lupine

  44. Table 52.1 Life Table for Belding Ground Squirrels (Spermophilus beldini) at Tioga Pass, in the Sierra Nevada Mountains of California

  45. Table 52.2 Reproductive Table for Belding Ground Squirrels (Spermophilus beldingi) at Tioga Pass, in the Sierra Nevada Mountains of California

  46. Figure 52.3 Idealized survivorship curves

  47. Figure 52.4 An example of big-bang reproduction: Agave (century plant)

  48. Figure 52.5 Cost of reproduction in female red deer on the island of Rhum, in Scotland

  49. Figure 52.6 Probability of survival over the following year for European kestrels after raising a modified brood

  50. Figure 52.7 Variation in seed crop size in plants: Dandelion and coconut palm