This entirely new book, with its diversity of new topics and over 100 new contributors, reflects the exciting developments in the field, including accounts of spectacular newly discovered fossils, and embraces data from other disciplines such as astrobiology, geochemistry and genetics.
Palaeobiology II will be an invaluable resource, not only for palaeontologists, but also for students and researchers in other branches of the earth and life sciences.
- Written by an international team of recognised authorities in the field.
- Content is concise but informative.
- Demonstrates how palaeobiological studies are at the heart of a range of scientific themes.