Thirty-One Years of Systematic Zoology

The number and percentage of pages devoted to various topics in Systematic Zoology are traced from the inception of the journal to the present. The categories used include papers that: (a) are largely descriptive; (b) argue for or against a particular taxonomic philosophy; (c) apply the methods of a... Ausführliche Beschreibung

1. Person: Hull, David L.
Quelle: in Systematic zoology Vol. 32, No. 4 (1983), p. 315-342
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Sprache: English
Veröffentlicht: 1983
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Schlagworte: Systematic Zoology
Taxonomic Philosophy
Evolutionary Systematics
Phenetics
cladistics
Numerical Taxonomy
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Zusammenfassung: The number and percentage of pages devoted to various topics in Systematic Zoology are traced from the inception of the journal to the present. The categories used include papers that: (a) are largely descriptive; (b) argue for or against a particular taxonomic philosophy; (c) apply the methods of a particular taxonomic philosophy; (d) are primarily quantitative; (e) discuss nomenclatural problems, and are either theoretical or applied papers in (f) evolutionary theory, (g) phylogeny reconstruction, or (h) biogeography. Changes in proportions of contributions in these categories are mapped onto changes in editorship of the journal to see what effects such changes have had on the sorts of papers published. The changes in Editor of primary concern involve the move from the American Museum of Natural History to the University of Kansas in 1963 and the return to the American Museum 10 years later in 1973.
ISSN: 0039-7989

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