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The relatively high cost of collecting samples at sea, the high levels of expatriation of plankton species, the relative lack of isolation between natural regions, and the problem of observing three-dimensional distributions that vary in both space and time are among the most serious difficulties. From the start, therefore, progress was slow compared with terrestrial biogeography, which (for example) by about 1870 had already accurately located “Wallace’s line” in the Indo-Pacific archipelago, separating the Australian from the Oriental faunas.
To bring complex issues to the general public requires the reduction of complexity to simplicity, and the generation of shorthand expressions to stand for complex and improperly understood phenomena. The newly minted term biodiversity with its derivative phrase “loss of biodiversity” has become a mantra for much of what presently ails the biosphere. It is also used in some scientific writing as a marketing ploy, as in “Biodiversity of North Atlantic and North Sea calanoid copepods,” the title of a paper published recently that contains nothing that might not have been published under the more correct, but less arresting, title “Diversity of ” This novel usage merits some attention here, because biotic diversity is an aspect of ecological geography that will concern us in later chapters.
The Useful Results from 150 Years of Marine Biogeography It will be useful to remind ourselves at this juncture exactly what we are looking for from the accumulated biogeographic literature, to know what will be useful to our purpose. If we want to find a partition of the ecology of the oceans into biotopes comparable with characteristic vegetation types ashore (forest, steppe, tundra, desert, and so on) we need to know if changes in the distribution of the characteristic marine species assemblages are spatially continuous, or are discontinuous?