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Recent Vertebrate Carcasses and their Paleobiological Implications

By: J Weigelt
188 pages, 128 b/w photos, 41 line drawings, 3 tables, 1 map
Recent Vertebrate Carcasses and their Paleobiological Implications
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Translation of Weigelt's classic 1927 work on taphonomy - the study of how organisms die, decay, and become fossilized.

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By: J Weigelt
188 pages, 128 b/w photos, 41 line drawings, 3 tables, 1 map
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