Development, Growth and Evolution
Implications for the Study of the Hominid SkeletonEdited by
- Paul O'Higgins
- Martin Cohn
Researchers and advanced students in physical anthropology, evolutionary biology, and palaeontology.
Hardbound, 288 Pages
Published: March 2000
Imprint: Academic Press
s book is an important step in the process of improving the efficacy of methods for the reconstruction of higher primate evolution. The authors are to be congratulated on their efforts."
â-Bernard Wood in JOURNAL OF ANATOMY (2001)
"...for those in the earlier stages of their paleoanthropological careers mastery of all the material covered here is going to be essential."
â-David Pilbean, Harvard University, in JOURNAL OF HUMAN EVOLUTION (2001)