Changing Scenes in the Natural Sciences, 1776-1976

Changing Scenes in the Natural Sciences, 1776-1976

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This book is the result of a symposium held in Phila., PA, in April 1976, on the bicentennial of Amer. independence. It reviewed the contributions of evolution, systematics, quantitative genetics, ecology, a sociobiology to our understanding of the natural world. The papers identify fundamental shortcomings existing within each discipline. They suggest a need for an integration of these sciences a a more thorough testing within each discipline of the theory of evolution by means of natural selection. Papers are organized by theme: The Changing Scenes; The Influence of the New World on the Study of Natural History; Evolution a Systematics; Population Genetics; Terrestrial Ecology; Aquatic Ecology; a Behavior a Sociobiology. Illustrations.This book is the result of a symposium held in Phila., PA, in April 1976, on the bicentennial of Amer. independence.


Title:Changing Scenes in the Natural Sciences, 1776-1976
Author: Clyde E. Goulden
Publisher:Academy of Natural Sciences - 2008-01
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