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  1. Biogeography is an integrative discipline, as reflected in familiar combinatorial neologisms including phylogeography and macroecology. When coined, these novel words and the activities they encapsulate have uncertain futures and may fade with time or mature into a discipline. One recently introduced term — geogenomics — represents interdisciplinary approaches using “large-scale genetic data to test or to constrain geological hypotheses” (sensu Baker et al. 2014, p.38). Geogenomics is eight years young, arguably in its foundational phase, and its relationship with other disciplines of biogeography is developing. Here, we review the origins of geogenomics and briefly consider its potential to change themore »way we combine genetics and geology for answering biogeographic questions. We also introduce a suite of new papers, starting in this issue, to reflect upon geogenomics’ current purview and possible futures.« less
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