Palaeontology and Evolutionary Developmental Biology: A Science of the Nineteenth and Twenty–first Centuries

@article{Hall2002PalaeontologyAE,
  title={Palaeontology and Evolutionary Developmental Biology: A Science of the Nineteenth and Twenty–first Centuries},
  author={B. Hall},
  journal={Palaeontology},
  year={2002},
  volume={45},
  pages={647-669}
}
  • B. Hall
  • Published 2002
  • Biology
  • Palaeontology
A wind of change has swept through palaeontology in the past few decades. Contrast Sir Peter Medawar’s dismissive: ‘palaeontology is a particularly undemanding branch of science’ (as recalled by John Maynard Smith in Sabbagh 1999, p. 158) with ‘Palaeontology: grasping the opportunities in the science of the twenty–first century’, the title of a contribution to a special issue of Geobios by the Cambridge palaeontologist, Simon Conway Morris (1998a). The winds of change have come partly from… Expand
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