Irish Biogeographical Society
The Irish Biogeographical Society was founded in 1975. It encourages the study of Irish biodiversity, especially the distribution of plants and animals. The Society is also interested in the biogeographical implications of colonisation and past history. From its inception, the Society has published an annual Bulletin.
(Irish Biogeographical Society, ireland, 2020-12)Bulletin (Irish Biogeographical Society), Vol.44, 14 December 2020Volume 44, 14 December 2020, edited by J. P. O'Connor, A5 format, thread-sewn. Index Number, Author, Title, Page(s): 562. J. P. O'Connor. Editorial: p.1. 563. Nicholas Parry. A study of the present state of an ...