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by Robert Lynn Carroll

ePub Patterns and Processes of Vertebrate Evolution (Cambridge Paleobiology Series) download
Author:
Robert Lynn Carroll
ISBN13:
978-0521472326
ISBN:
0521472326
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Cambridge University Press (April 28, 1997)
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Patterns and Processes of Vertebrate Evolution will form an essential resource for all students of the evolution of vertebrates, but it can also be read with profit by anyone concerned with general issues of contemporary evolutionary biology.

This new text provides an integrated view of the forces that influence the patterns and rates of vertebrate evolution from the level of living populations and species to those that resulted in the origin of the major vertebrate groups.

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Robert Lynn Carroll CM FRSC (born May 5, 1938) is an American-Canadian vertebrate paleontologist who specialises in Paleozoic and Mesozoic amphibians and reptiles. Carroll was an only child and grew up on a farm near Lansing, Michigan. He was introduced to paleontology by his father shortly after his fifth birthday, and by the time he was eight he had decided he wanted to be a vertebrate paleontologist

by Robert Lynn Carroll.

by Robert Lynn Carroll. This new text provides an integrated view of the forces that influence the patterns and rates of vertebrate evolution from the level of living populations and species to those that resulted in the origin of the major vertebrate groups.

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Robert Lynn Carroll - an appreciation Robert L. Bob Carroll was born in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Patterns and Processes of Vertebrate Evolution (1997) is an. eloquent testimonial to this effort

Robert Lynn Carroll - an appreciation. Hans-Dieter Sues, Alison M. Murray, and Jason S. Anderson. Abstract: This issue of the Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences is dedicated to Robert L. Carroll in honour of his. extensive contributions to vertebrate paleontology and evolution. Robert L. eloquent testimonial to this effort. Furthermore, Bob contributed. his knowledge and expertise to university-level textbooks on. The evolutionary roles of behaviour, development, continental drift, and mass extinctions are compared with the importance of variation and natural selection that were emphasised by Darwin. It is extensively illustrated, showing major transitions between fish and amphibians, dinosaurs and birds, and land mammals and whales.

This new text provides an integrated view of the forces that influence the patterns and rates of vertebrate evolution from the level of living populations and species to those that resulted in the origin of the major vertebrate groups. The evolutionary roles of behavior, development, continental drift, and mass extinctions are compared with the importance of variation and natural selection that were emphasized by Darwin. It is extensively illustrated, showing major transitions between fish and amphibians, dinosaurs and birds, and land mammals to whales. No book since Simpson's Major Features of Evolution has attempted such a broad study of the patterns and forces of evolutionary change. Undergraduate students taking a general or advanced course on evolution, and graduate students and professionals in evolutionary biology and paleontology will find the book of great interest.