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Examines how ancient environments affected evolution, focusing on the environmental and ecological context of long-term macroevolutionary changes as seen in the fossil record.
With an in-depth look at how ancient environments affected evolution, this book focuses in on the long-term macro-evolutionary changes revealed through fossil records. Beginning with the initial research studies of Charles Darwin, biologists, paleontologists, researchers, and students are attempting to grasp the underlying concepts of how the mechanisms by which ecological patterns and evolutionary processes work. Southeastern Naturalist The overall discussion if far reaching...
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