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Paleobotany: Plants of the Past, Their Evolution, Palaeoenvironment and Application in Exploration of Fossil Fuels

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By: SN Agashe
329 pages, B/w photos & illus, tabs
Paleobotany: Plants of the Past, Their Evolution, Palaeoenvironment and Application in Exploration of Fossil Fuels
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  • Paleobotany: Plants of the Past, Their Evolution, Palaeoenvironment and Application in Exploration of Fossil Fuels ISBN: 9781886106727 Paperback Dec 1997 Out of Print #57013
  • Paleobotany: Plants of the Past, Their Evolution, Palaeoenvironment and Application in Exploration of Fossil Fuels ISBN: 9781886106086 Hardback Dec 1995 Out of Print #42931
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The paperback edition contains some revisions to the original text. Chapter topics cover the broad spectrum of plant life through the ages, including basic geologic data, compilation of the standard geologic column and geologic age determination, types of fossil plant preservations and the paleobotanical techniques employed in studying them, earliest evidences of plant life, plants as related to the fossil fuels, contributions to paleoecology and paleogeography and classification of fossil plants.

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Out of Print
By: SN Agashe
329 pages, B/w photos & illus, tabs
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