چهارشنبه 9 فروردین 1396
نویسنده: Trista Duvall
Paleobotany: the biology and evolution of fossil plants Edith L. Taylor, Michael Krings, Thomas N. Taylor
Publisher: Academic Press
It's an area where the Taylors have enjoyed considerable success in their decades-long work to understand the evolution of the flora that once dominated Antarctica more than 200 million years ago. Eight years ago, when paleobotanists Edith and Tom Taylor and their team were last in the central Transantarctic Mountains searching for fossils, foul weather and mechanical difficulties with the helicopters kept them more often than not in the camp. Language: English Released: 2009. GO Paleobotany: the biology and evolution of fossil plants. Palaeobotany is a diverse field in its own right, with a rich history and many gripping stories of how life evolved on earth, and among many other things it gives us crucial insight into the climate patterns of the past and their development. Taylor, Michael Krings, Thomas N. Brongniart published the first complete account of fossil plants (1828). Dmoz: Science: Biology: History: People: Charles Darwin (a link list). Originally, Cindy was going to attend a biannual workshop of the Evolution of Terrestrial Ecosystem Program. His work earned him the distinction as the founder of modern paleobotany. "A splendid gift for anyone interested in the evolution of terrestrial life. He was an early proponent of evolutionary theory. (2009), Paleobotany: the biology and evolution of fossil plants (Google books, limited view): Scroll to page 621, portrait of Bruno Petriella.