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by Free Ebooks Publishing
<p>The book Making The Adjustment comes highly recommended and it is one you'll really enjoy.</p> <p> </p> ...eBook
On the Edge of a New Understanding
by Ashley M. Smallwood & Thomas A. Jennings
<DIV>New research and the discovery of multiple archaeological sites predating the established age of Clovis (13,000 years ago) provide evidence that the Americas were first colonized at least one thousand to two thousand years before Clovis. ...eBook
Finding America's Best Dinosaur Dig Sites, Museums and Exhibits
by Jon Kramer
<div>When it comes to dinosaurs and other fascinating fossils, the U.S. has it all, from <I>Tyrannosaurus rex</I> and <I>Triceratops</I> to <I>Stegosaurus</I> and <I>Brachiosaurus</I>. <I>Dinosaur Destinations,</I> by <B>Jon Kramer, Julie ...eBook
With Special Reference to the American Museum Collections
by William Diller MattheweBook
by Nield, E. W.
A practical manual for the student of palaeontology, giving a grounding in theory, in addition to teaching graphical skills needed to make clear, representative and pleasing drawings of fossil specimens. As most early practical work in ...eBook
by Pitelka, D. R.
Electron-Microscopic Structure of Protozoa mainly discusses the structure and taxa of protozoa. <br>This text first discusses protozoa as cells, wherein the author emphasizes that these unicellular organisms be compared with a whole metazoan ...eBook
by Szalay, Frederick S.
Evolutionary History of the Primates presents a documentation and analysis of the fossil record and evolutionary history of the primates to facilitate the understanding of the genealogy, adaptations, dispersal, and taxonomy of the order. <br>TheeBook
Field Guide to Paleozoic Deposits
by Robert Wolf
<DIV>The <I>Fossils of Iowa</I> field guide is written primarily for amateurs in geological exploration and collecting. Robert Wolf provides a comprehensive coverage of more than 150 sites in Iowa and adjacent areas of Minnesota and Nebraska ...eBook
by Eli Epstien
<p>How To Survive! LIFE SAVING INFORMATION AND ILLUSTRATIONS! survival, disaster, hurricane, tsunami, military, nuclear, lack of water, food storage, survival kits, earthquake, weather, deserted islands, salt water, forests, fires, animals and ...eBook
by Owsley, Douglas W.
<DIV><P>Almost from the day of its accidental discovery along the banks of the Columbia River in Washington State in July 1996, the ancient skeleton of Kennewick Man has garnered significant attention from scientific and Native American ...eBook
by Nitecki, Matthew H.
Mazon Creek Fossils documents the proceedings of a Symposium on Mazon Creek Fossils held at the campus of the University of Michigan during the annual meeting of the North-Central section of the Geological Society of America, 1 May 1978. The ...eBook
by Owen, Ruth
Longer than a school bus and weighing more than 22 elephants, Megalodon was a truly enormous and powerful prehistoric predator. This ancient ancestor of today's most feared ocean predator, the shark, would have hunted whales and been able to ...eBook
The Search for Our Prehistoric Past
by Frank H. T. Rhodes
<p>"Fossils are the fragments from which, piece by laborious piece, the great mosaic of the history of life has been constructed. Here and there, we can supplement these meager scraps by the use of biochemical markers or geochemical signatures ...eBook
by Hopkins, David M.
Paleoecology of Beringia is the product of a symposium organized by its editors, sponsored by the Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research, and held at the foundation's conference center in Burg Wartenstein, Austria, 8-17 June 1979. ...eBook
Found In Central Appalachian Coalfields
by Thomas F. McLoughlin
<p>This book is a picture guide to fossil plants and a few fossil marine organisms found in close association with the coal measures in southwestern Virginia. The fossils are sorted by groups and located as to coal seam horizon and geographic ...eBook
by Neale, John W.
Principles of Zoological Micropalaeontology, Volume II focuses on the study of microfossils. <br>The book first discusses the nature and characteristics of sponges, including the morphology and main groups of sponge spicules, modifications of ...eBook
by Pokorný, Vladimir
Earth Sciences, Volume X: Principles of Zoological Micropalaeontology highlights the morphological, phylogenetic and ecological analysis of microfossils. This book is composed of 10 chapters that survey the most important microfossil taxa, theireBook
by Bujtor László, Konrád Gyula & Budai Tamás
<p>A könyv felépítése az õslénytan történetének bemutatásával, majd a legszükségesebb általános õslénytani ismeret ...eBook
by Irene Carolina A. Sarmiento
For Mina, the garden is one of the Tabon Caves, where the Tabon Man, one of the oldest Homo sapiens in the Philippines was found. This is a story about archaelogy and unearthing pieces of ourselves. With parallel English and Filipino texts. ...eBook
by Rak, Yoel
The Australopithecine Face provides an introduction to the interpretation of the facial skeleton of Australopithecus, a part of the anatomy well represented in the African collections. This book presents important morphological differences ...eBook