Edited By: Stephen K Donovan and Christopher RC Paul
312 pages, Illus, figs, tabs, SEMs
An up-to-date review of the adequacy of the fossil record and its utility, providing a critical examination of the role and use of evidence in palaeontology. Leading authorities contribute review chapters on specific topics, assess the strengths and weaknesses of fossil evidence and provide critical essays on the research methodologies of research palaeontologists and their scientific results.
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