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Axiomatic Panbiogeography

offers an application of incidence geometry to historical biogeography by defining collection localities as points, tracks as lines and generalized tracks as planes.
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Track Analysis beyond Pan

Actually alter baseline representations 
 
How many baselines are there?
 
Pacific Baseline
 
from the link at the right

 Finite # of Baselines

The difference between spanning infinities and embedded infinites permits the panbiogeography to suggest mutiply different phylogenetic nodes that can sort various taxonomies classified.  This permits a reciprocal  working relation between historical biogeography and systematics. Spanning clusters are more likely to be vicariant and this is ascertainable regardless of "dispersal" per say. A more intricate kind of vicariance is however also possible in the embeded infinte clusters but in those cases the phylogeny used need be fairly well resolved. Regardless this model can display and demonstrate Croizat's difference of hortzian and parian.






Baseline properties

 

"Ocean basin links

The following examples (click on the link above) illustrate the possible or probable baseline assignment for a range of taxa. Most examples provide baseline orientation with respect to geographic proximity and main massings. Further phylogenetic or distributional information may lead to revision of the baselines presented here. These examples provide a general beginning point for comparing broad geographic relationships among different taxa.

 

 

Baselines may either be concave or convex with respect to nodes linked to them.

 


 


Panbiogeography off Earth and infinite baseline representations

 

 

 

 



 

 

Is the Baseline along (Pacific) or athwart (Atlantic), what is the hortzian dimensionality, and what the geographic position of the associated parian reality?




Actually alter baseline representations 
 
How many baselines are there?
 
Pacific Baseline
 
from the link at the right

http://www.geo.arizona.edu/Antevs/ecol438/craw.gif

Panbiogeography off Earth and infinite baseline representations

 

 

 

 Psychrolutes