By: GA Klevezal
274 pages, Figs, tabs
Focuses on the principles and methods of using growth layers formed in the teeth and bones of mammals to make a judgement on essential traits of the animal's life history. An important contribution to zoological studies, of relevance to specialists as diverse as zooarchaeologists, conservation biologists and anthropologists.
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