Schopf, J. William. Cradle of Life: The Discovery of Earth’s Earliest Fossils. Princeton Univ Press, ❍ Dick, Steven J. (ed.). Many worlds: the new universe. PDF | On Jan 1, , J. William Schopf and others published Cradle of Life: The Discovery of Earth’s Earliest Fossils. Buy a cheap copy of Cradle of Life book by J. William Schopf. What if U.S. history began in , and everything that happened before that year was shrouded in.
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About this product Synopsis One of the greatest mysteries in reconstructing the history of life on Earth has been the apparent absence of fossils dating back more than million years. Save on Textbooks, Education Trending price is based on prices over last 90 days.
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I do not mean your great-great-great-grandparents. This find opened up a vast period of time – some 85 per cent of Earth’s history – to new research and new ideas about life’s beginnings. Princeton University Press, c How do scientists identify ancient microbes and what do these tiny creatures tell us about the environment of the early Earth? No ratings or reviews yet. Alden, Cleveland Plain Dealer “What were your very earliest ancestors like?
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Agriculture Books Earth Sciences Paperback. And, in a related chapter, Schopf discusses his role in the controversy that swirls around recent claims of fossils in the famed meteorite from Mars.
Skip to search Skip to shcopf content. Best Selling in Textbooks, Education See all. Schopf also offers a number of insider nuggets. Show More Show Less. This is a marvelous, magnificent, scientific adventure. Paperback William Shakespeare Books. Find it at other libraries via WorldCat Limited preview. Browse related items Start at call number: William Shakespeare Fiction Paperback Children. He considers such questions as how did primitive bacteria, pond scum, evolve into the complex life-forms found at the beginning of the Cambrian Period?
Hazen, Physics Today In the well-writtenCradle of Life, Schopf tells his own story of how Earth’s early microbial biosphere was discovered.
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Publisher’s Summary One of the greatest mysteries in reconstructing the history of life on Earth has been the apparent absence of fossils dating back more than million years. In this vradle, William Schopf, a pioneer of modern paleobiology, tells for the first time the exciting and fascinating story of the origins and earliest evolution of life and how that story has been unearthed.
Skip to main content. Gracefully blending his personal story of discovery with the basics needed to understand the astonishing science he describes, Schopf has produced an introduction to paleobiology for the interested reader as well as a primer for beginning students in lkfe field. We have long known that fossils of sophisticated marine life-forms existed at the dawn of the Cambrian Period, but until recently scientists had found no traces of Precambrian fossils.
Anyone interested in the intriguing questions o the origins of life on Earth and how those origins have been discovered will find this story the best place to start.
Nielsen Book Data Like all great teachers, Schopf teaches the cravle enough about his subject along the way that we can easily follow his descriptions of the geology, biology, and chemistry behind these discoveries. A good introduction to the history of a science on the cutting edge.
If I ever were to discover my great-great-great grandparents I hope they turn out to be as wise as Schopf. RowlingHardcover See details for additional description. Bibliography Includes bibliographical references p. Reviews “A book that bears out [Schopf’s] assertion that science is enormously good fun! The quest to find such traces began in earnest in the mids and culminated in one dramatic moment in when William Schopf identified fossilized micro-organisms three and a half billion years old.