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Book reviews mainly focused on Palaeobotany


The Australian Systematic Botany Society Newsletter: Go to "Some Selected Book Reviews", e.g. The Evolution and Classification of Flowering Plants - Arthur Cronquist.

! Book shop, The Geological Society of London: A. J. Bowden, C. V. Burek and R. Wilding (eds), 2005: History of Palaeobotany. Provided by the Internet Archive´s Wayback Machine. Book announcement. GSL Special Publications; Publication date: 18 April 2005. ISBN: 1-86239-174-2; £80.00 list price! This volume is a collection of essays that reflect selected stages in the development of palaeobotany as a discipline during the last three hundred years. It is not an exhaustive history, but rather serves to highlight aspects of the history of the subject that perhaps have not received much treatment elsewhere in the palaeobotanical literature.

R.H. Brown, Yucaipa, California (Origins 22(2):81-83): MISBEHAVING FOSSILS. Review of: George and Roberta Poinar, 1994; THE QUEST FOR LIFE IN AMBER. Reading, MA; Addison-Wesley Publ. Co. 219 p.

Nigel Chaffey (2007): Book review of "The emerald planet", by D. Beerling, (2007, Oxford University Press, 288 pp.). PDF file, Annals of Botany 100: 1605-1606.

Peter R. Crane, (Books Reviewed, Plant Science Bulletin, Volume 44 Number 4): Krassilov, V. A., 1997, Angiosperm Origins: Morphological and Ecological Aspects.

Peter George (2008): Introduction to Palaeobotany. New Delhi, Rajat Pub., 314 p., ISBN 81-7880-386-9. Book announcement.

Gleumes & Co, Cologne, Germany: Gleumes Geowissenschaften. Mainly German language books. See also The Gleumes Search Engine for Books (in German).

Robert Grant-Downton, book review: Pollen terminology. An illustrated handbook, by M. Hesse et al. (2009).

Carla J. Harper (2015), Ameghiniana 52: Review of Fossil Fungi. Thomas N. Taylor, Michael Krings, Edith L. Taylor. 2015, 382 p. Academic Press, London, UK.

Guy Harrington, Palaeontologia Electronica Vol. 8 (2); October 2005. Book review: The Palynology and Micropalaeontology of Boundaries. Edited by Alwynne Beaudoin and Martin Head; Geological Society Special Publication 230, (2004) 355 pages.

Rüdiger Henrich, Polar Research 2011: Book review of: Thomas M. Cronin (2010): Paleoclimates. Understanding climate change past and present. 441 pp., New York, Columbia University Press.

Jason Hilton (2010, Annals of Botany 106): Book review (in PDF), An introduction to plant fossils. Cleal CJ, Thomas BA. 2009 (Cambridge University).

! Hans Kerp, Palaeobotanical Research Group, Münster, Westfälische Wilhelms University, Münster: Some recent palaeobotanical text books. This web page provides a selection of palaeobotanical text books published during the last years. With some helpful comments.
This expired link is available through the Internet Archive´s Wayback Machine.

Gert Korthof, book review: The Emerald Planet. How plants changed Earth´s History, by David Beerling (2007). Oxford University Press, 304 pages. Snapshot taken by the Internet Archive´s Wayback Machine.

Richard Lupia, Palaeontologia Electronica: The Jurassic Flora of Yorkshire. by J.H.A. van Konijnenburg-van Cittert and H.S. Morgans. Book review.

Laurent M. Meillier, Department of Geological Sciences, Santa Barbara (Books Reviewed, Plant Science Bulletin, Volume 46 Number 2): Graham Alan, 1999, Late Cretaceous and Cenozoic History of North American Vegetation.

MORPH (supported by the National Science Foundation, website hosted by University of Colorado, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology). A research coordination network to promote a modern synthesis in plant evolutionary developmental biology. The MORPH RCN fosters cross-disciplinary interactions between organismic and molecular plant biologists studying the evolution of morphological diversity. Go to: Literature.

R. Toby Pennington, Annals of Botany 90: 678-679, 2002: Willis, K.J., McElwain, J.C. The evolution of plants. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 378 pp. Book review. Provided by the Internet Archive´s Wayback Machine.

Satish K. Srivastava, The Botanical Society of America, Book Review: Shripad N. Agashe. 1995: Paleobotany: Plants of the Past, Their Evolution, Paleoenvironment and Application in Exploration of Fossil Fuels.

! R. A. STOCKEY: PALEOBIOLOGY OF ANGIOSPERM ORIGINS, General Paleobotanical Literature for Background Reading.

Wilson N. Stewart, and Gar W. Rothwell: Paleobotany and the Evolution of Plants.

! Thomas N. Taylor, Edith L. Taylor, Michael Krings: "Paleobotany: The Biology and Evolution of Fossil Plants". 2nd ed., 1252 pages, Academic Press 2009, Amsterdam. A cornerstone of modern palaeobotany!
See also here (snapshot provided by the Internet Archive´s Wayback Machine).
Please take notice: Amazon customer reviews: "A superlative encyclopedic treatise on paleobotany", or: "... one of the best paleobotany references ever produced".
See also here (Amazon, in German). See especially:
! T.N. Taylor et al. (2009): Paleobotany: the biology and evolution of fossil plants. Google books, limited view, with table of contents.

P. B. Tomlinson, Harvard University, Harvard Forest, Petersham, MA (Books Reviewed, Plant Science Bulletin, Volume 44 Number 4): Niklas, Karl J., 1997, The Evolutionary Biology of Plants.

Hongshan Wang, Florida Museum of Natural History, Gainsville (Books Reviewed, Plant Science Bulletin, Volume 46 Number 3): P. Jones and N.P. Rowe (eds), Fossil Plants and Spores: Modern Techniques.

Danny Yee: Danny Yee´s Book Reviews. A collection of almost 500 book reviews, covering all kinds of books. See: The Evolutionary Biology of Plants, by Karl J. Niklas.












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Book reviews mainly focused on Botany

Alwynne B. Beaudoin, The CAP Library, University of Alberta, Edmonton: Book Reviews.

The Botanical Society of America, Plant Science Bulletin Announcements: Book Reviews, and Books Received.

Steven Foster, Steven Foster Group, Inc., Fayetteville, Arkansas: Book Reviews. Book reviews listed alphabetically by author.

Journal Publishing Services at Heron Publishing: naturalSCIENCE, BOOK REVIEWS & EXCERPTS.

The Mining Company, Botany: Book Reviews.

NewScientist: Sciencebooks. Around the world of science books - a look at the top ten selling books in five major cities across the world, plus reviews.












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! Albertiana.
The primary mission of Albertiana is to promote the interdisciplinary collaboration and understanding among members of the Subcommission on Triassic Stratigraphy and the Triassic community at large. Articles and announcements are posted here in a blog-style format and archived (by volume) as fully-formatted pdf issues at year end.
In its new hybrid digital form, Albertiana publishes peer-reviewed original research articles, literature reviews, meeting announcements and commentary relevant to the Triassic community and in particular the development of Triassic stratigraphy and its time scale.
Still available: Albertiana on SUNY Cortland´s webserver (website edited by Wolfram Kuerschner, Oslo). E-Albertiana is formated in Adobe Portable document format (PDF), issues are available for download. See also:
! Geobiology.cn: Albertiana (PDF files). Snapshot taken by the Internet Archive´s Wayback Machine. Scans of the rare early volumes of Albertiana. Excellent!

American Paleontologist: Books Reviewed in American Paleontologist. Reviewers are experts in their fields and provide in-depth looks at the scientific approaches presented in these and other titles.

American Scientist: Scientists’ Bookshelf. One of the most comprehensive book-review section offered by a science magazine. Each issue of American Scientist contains reviews of more than 20 of the latest science books. See also: Philip and Phylis Morrison, MIT, Cambridge, Massachusetts: 100 or so Books that shaped a Century of Science. Excellent!

David J. Bottjer, Department of Earth Sciences, University of Southern California, Los Angeles: Fossil Art, by A. Seilacher. Book review.

The British Micropalaeontological Society: Book Reviews.

Columbia University Press: The Critical Moments and Perspectives in Earth History and Paleobiology. Book reviews.

Book review, reviewed by Richard Forrest, Palaeontologia Electronica, 10, 2007: Mark Isaak, "The Counter-Creationism Handbook". University of California Press, 2007.

Rüdiger Henrich, Polar Research 2011: Book review of: Thomas M. Cronin (2010): Paleoclimates. Understanding climate change past and present. 441 pp., New York, Columbia University Press.

U. Kutschera (ed.): Kreationismus in Deutschland (in German). Facts and analyses. 376 p., Lit-Verlag, Münster, 2007. Book announcement, with contributions of A. Beyer, U. Hoßfeld, T. Junker, U. Kutschera, R. Leinfelder, M. Mahner, A. Meyer, M. Neukamm.

Brenda Maddox, Times Online: The whole world in his hand. Book review: THE RICHNESS OF LIFE by Stephen Jay Gould, 646 pp

The Palaeontological Association: Go to: The Palaeontology Newsletter, >NEWSLETTER CONTENTS, >BOOK REVIEWS. See also: Past Newsletter Archives.

! Palaios. A journal of research on all aspects of past and present life from which geological, biological, chemical, and atmospheric processes can be deciphered and applied to finding solutions to past and future geological and paleontological problems. Go to: Book Reviews (PDF files). Excellent!

! Paläontologesche Gesellschaft: Buchbesprechung (in German).

Richard A. Reyment, Palaeontologia Electronica, 31 January 2002: Evolutionary Patterns: Growth, Form, and Tempo in the Fossil Record. Edited by Jeremy B.C. Jackson, Scott Lidgard, and Frank K. McKinney. Book review.

J. William Schopf, Department of Earth and Space Sciences, the Molecular Biology Institute, and the Institute of Geophysics and Planetary Physics (IGPP) University of California, Los Angeles: Cradle of Life: The Discovery of Earth's Earliest Fossils (Princeton University Press). Book announcement, including table of contents and chapter "Darwin´s Dilemma - Breakthrough to the Ancient Past". See also: Oldies but Goodies? (by Adam J.R. Kent, Geotimes, Highlights 2003, Geochemistry), and Just pure chemistry? (by Dagmar Röhrlich, Deutschlandfunk). New discussions about the oldest fossils (in German).

Brian Switek (2009): Book review: Jane P. Davidson, "A History of Paleontology Illustration" Palaeontologia Electronica Vol. 12, No. 1.












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