208 pages, Figs
Covers all the main microfossil groups, from Precambrian procaryotes, through the wide range of protistan fossils, to plant and animal remains, arranged taxonomically.
If I were a student once again starting out in my micropalaeontological career, this would have to be on my shopping list...It is books like this that will hopefully catch the interest of undergraduates and persuade them to continue within the field and regenerate our ageing skills pool. Newsletter of Micropalaeontology, September 2005 "Overall, I found the second edition of Microfossils to be an excellent book and one I highly recommend....[it] will make an excellent text for an introductory course in micropaleontology, or as a supplement to an invertebrate paleontology course." American Association of Stratigraphic Palynologists Newsletter, April 2006 "...a very valuabel re-addition to the micropalaeontological literature available to undergraduate students..." Journal of Quaternary Science, June 2006
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