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Human Origins: The Fossil Record epub ebook

by Clark Spencer Larsen,Robert M. Matter,Daniel L. Gebo

Human Origins: The Fossil Record epub ebook

Author: Clark Spencer Larsen,Robert M. Matter,Daniel L. Gebo
Category: Biological Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Waveland Press; 3 edition (December 31, 1998)
Pages: 225 pages
ISBN: 1577660021
ISBN13: 978-1577660026
Rating: 4.7
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by Clark Spencer Larsen (Author), Robert M. Matter (Author), Daniel L. Gebo (Author) & 0 more. Good thing I have my copy of Larsen et al. "Human Origins: The Fossil Record" on hand.

by Clark Spencer Larsen (Author), Robert M. ISBN-13: 978-1577660026. Each specimen is well drawn, most in multiple views, so that the student or amateur who can't make it to Addis Adaba to see the real thing can have a chance to compare fossil homonids from around the world.

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Larsen, Clark Spencer, Matter, Robert M, Gebo, Daniel L (1991). Human Origins: the fossil record. Waveland Press, Prospect Heights, IL. ISBN 0-88133-575-4. Metadata of STS 71 on NESPOS. This prehistoric hominin-related article is a stub.

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This updated, illustrated guide to the fossil record of human evolution brings together for easy reference, in one source, all the major finds of fossil hominoids and hominids. An essential source in physical anthropology classrooms and laboratories. 1. Introduction 2. Dawn Apes: Oligocene and Miocene Hominoids 3. Australopithecus: Pliocene-Pleistocene Hominids 4. Homo Habilis: Pliocene-Pleistocene Hominids 5. Homo Erectus: Pleistocene Hominids 6. Early Archaic Homo Sapiens: Middle Pleistocene Hominids 7. Late Archaic Homo Sapiens: Upper Pleistocene Hominids 8. Modern Homo Sapiens: Late Pleistocene-Holocene Hominids
Reviews (5)
Fordredor
Fast delivery and very good condensed book for reference.

Jonariara
I highly recommend this book to anyone who is interested in human origins or human osteology. Undergraduate and graduate students will find this a useful resource.

Onath
This is an excellent reference whether you accept Darwinism or not. It shows drawings of the fossils, where they were discovered, and some information as to what paleoanthropologist say about them.

Vutaur
Okay, Australopithecus afarensis. I've heard of Lucy; I know she was found at Hadar in Ethiopia, but what is her accession number? How much of her was actually recovered? Good thing I have my copy of Larsen et al. "Human Origins: The Fossil Record" on hand.
Superbly illustrated with line drawings and maps of the different fossil localities, this encyclopedic text traces human evolution from the Dawn Apes through modern Homo sapiens in the best way possible-- with the fossils. Each specimen is well drawn, most in multiple views, so that the student or amateur who can't make it to Addis Adaba to see the real thing can have a chance to compare fossil homonids from around the world. In addition, for comparative purposes, the authors have also supplied illustrations of the modern great apes. A fun and informative text either for study or just as an escape into our origins. I must emphasize, however, that the emphasis of this book is on illustrations for pictorial comparisons, not on descriptions. The text concerning each fossil, therefore, is fairly short.

IGOT
Covers a ton of prominent homind specimens with detailed black and white illustrations (drawings not photos) that accent the morphological features of each specimen. Includes detailed descriptions of the specimens and also a nice description at the beginning of each section. As a bonus also includes a section with non-hominid primate specimens. This book is great for anthropology students needing a quick reference to numerous specimens. It also contains numerous references to the literature about each specimen so makes a great starting point for research.

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