The branch of biology which handles the geographic circulation of animals and plants It includes both zooumlgeography and phytogeography
- coping with the geographical circulation of animals and plants
in addition bio-geography, 1892, from bio- + geography. Associated: Biogeographical.
The functions of land forms extend beyond the control of the circulation of the atmosphere, the hydrosphere and the water which is continually being interchanged between them; they are exercised with increased effect in the higher departments of biogeography and anthropogeography.