Now available - published January 2008

North America Through Time:
A Paleontological History of Our Continent

by Lynne M. Clos

What part has North America played in the history of life? How did our continent come to be, and what was it like during past ages? What were the climate and geography like, and what plants and animals lived here? Where can rocks from each time period be found? And where are there public preserves where you can view the fossils in place?

North America Through Time is an exciting journey through the history of life and the part our favorite continent has played in it all. Not a dry textbook, it is written for the general reader with a strong interest in science but no professional background. It will grasp your attention and entertain your imagination until the very last page, winding up with a discussion of what lessons from North America's past we can apply to our future.


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