Extinctions in the History of Life

Extinctions in the History of Life
Publisher: Cambridge University Press | pages: 204 | 2004 | ISBN: 0521842247 |
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Recognition of a biodiversity crisis, and the development of new analytical and geological techniques for studying extinction, have increased our appreciation of global change in recent years.
Paul Taylor looks at the implications for plants, animals and microbes, and discusses the role of extinction in evolution. His useful reference brings together key findings from the current debate concerning extinction for students, researchers and the interested general reader.

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