By: JH Tallis
416 pages, 102 illus
This presents a global overview of vegetational changes in response to large-scale environmental changes, particularly climate, in the last 65 million years, and draws on new research in palynology, climatology, geophysics and oceanography.
I would use Plant Community History as a textbook in a course on Cenozoic vegetation history,... [a] welcome and important addition to the literature of natural history. - TREE; Tallis has made a thorough and far reaching analysis of a very extensive volume of literature to put this book togetherm but at the same time has integrated the history of the earth's vegetation in a scholarly yet readable manner. - Biologist; I shall certainly recommend this book to any undergraduates showing more than a passing interest in palaeonecology and, of course, to postgraduate students... - New Phytologist
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