By Jean-Luc E. Cartron, Gerardo Ceballos, Richard Stephen Felger
This e-book describes the biodiversity and biogeography of nothern Mexico, records the organic significance of nearby ecosystems and the affects of human land use at the conservation prestige of crops and flora and fauna. it's going to turn into the normal resource record for the conservation prestige of species and ecosystems during this zone, that's of surprising organic curiosity as a result of its excessive biodiversity and hugely various panorama and organic zonation.
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There are, however, several works that deal with particular aspects of the record, such as those by Axelrod (1979), Van Devender (1990), and Arroyo-Cabrales (1994), to name just a few. (10) Biogeographically, the role of the major geographic/geologic features of the region remains to be precisely assessed. The available geologic/geographic information, parsimoniously interpreted, allows one to recognize the following sequence of biogeographic events: • The Sierra Madre Oriental and much of the Chihuahua-Coahuila Plateaus and Ranges were the first Cenozoic cordilleras to develop in northern Mexico.
EOCENE OLIGOC. MIOCENE PLI. BCEF 21 LAND “CORRIDOR” a) NEARTIC. / NEOTROP. BOUN. b) N. MEX. BIOTIC PROVINC. DEVELOP & DIFFER OF MIDDLE 20 T HUMIDITY CHANGES 24 TEMPERATURE CHANGES PLN. N-BOUND W CORRIDOR TMVB + SMOC W HIGH- S SEA LEVEL CHANGES SMOC’S PACIFIC SLOPE & COAST 19 ADVANCE/RETREAT CRETAC. OGEF MAGMATIC ACT. 14 23 GAFI 1 2 3 4 GEOL. TIME PLEIST. HO. PLIOCENE NOREF 10 BASIN AND RANGE DEFORMATION Northern Mexico’s Landscape, Part I Genesis and development of SMOC. Recorded existence of this cordillera as a major physiographic feature of northern Mexico.
There are no major rivers in this province, and only a single lake, Laguna de Yuriria in southern Guanajuato. Geomorphologically, the Central Plateau consists of 3 zones or subprovinces (fig. 7): The 23 Southern Valleys and Sierras, which largely corresponds to the Río Lerma-Santiago basin; the Central Sierras and Mesas, which corresponds to the Sierra de Guanajuato-Zacatecas; and the Northern Lowlands, formed by rolling lands and isolated hills. Geologic Aspect The Central Plateau Province is especially complex (fig.
Biodiversity, Ecosystems, and Conservation in Northern Mexico by Jean-Luc E. Cartron, Gerardo Ceballos, Richard Stephen Felger