Creation and Evolution: Differing World Views
This lecture covers chapters 12-14. The sites I've chosen for this theme are focused on aspects of biogeography.
Here's an introductory lecture for a biogeography course from Windsor College: Intro to biogeography; and a website for a course from New York University: Biogeography (I really like this site). The following site from Radford University has some great maps and graphics: Biogeography Home Page. Last, but not least, check out the Biodiversity and World Map site from the British Natural History Museum (a great resource!).
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