Encyclopedia of Human Evolution and Prehistory

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Alison S. Brooks, John Van Couvering, Eric Delson, Ian Tattersall
Taylor & Francis, 20.01.2000 - 630 Seiten
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Now widely recognised as a standard in the field, the Encyclopedia of Human Evolution and Prehistory provides the most complete context possible for understanding the 65-million-year story of humankind's origins.
The Encyclopedia gathers the work of 49 internationally recognised scholars, each a leading authority writing under the guidance of a distinguished team of editors from the American Museum of Natural History. They have prepared over 800 entries, ranging from brief definitions of technical terms to in depth, lengthy essays on broad topics such as evolutionary theory, genetics and Palaeolithic archaeology. This range makes the Encyclopedia a suitable tool for scholars and readers in a variety of fields, including archaeology, palaeontology, primateology, and genetics.
Each entry offers an authoritative and objective explanation of its topic, written in clear, concise language. In discussions of contested and controversial topics, the contributors present a full range of opinion, with extensive cross-references.

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Eric Delson is a Research Associate in the Department of Vertebrate Paleontology at the American Museum of Natural History.
Ian Tattersall is Curator of the American Museum of Natural History's Department of Anthropology.
John A. Van Couvering is Editor of the American Museum of Natural History's Micropaleonotlogy Press.
Alison S. Brooks is a member of the Department of Anthropology at George Washington University in Washington, D.C.

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