Best Reference Books – Advance Paleontology

We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Advance Paleontology subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Advance Paleontology along with reviews.

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1. “Title: Advances in San Juan Basin paleontology” by Spencer lokas
2. “Advances in Palaeozoic Botany” by M Streel
3. “Principles of Paleontology” by Stanley Raup

“Principles of Paleontology” Book Review: This book provides a theoretical knowledge of paleontology. This book will be useful for undergraduate students and teachers of paleontology. It includes some general information about fossil records, the description and classification of fossils. The book examines fossils as hierarchical groups of species. The book covers philosophy and methodology of multivariate analysis, used in paleontologic trade.

4. “Principles of Invertebrate Paleontology” by N Shrock

“Principles of Invertebrate Paleontology” Book Review: The book can be referred by undergraduate and graduate students of paleontology. The book provides information about 22 major phyla in a well-organized manner. It explains each phyla in detail with its geological importance. The book ranges from simple to the most complex phylum, that is, from protozoa to hemichordata.

5. “Paleontology of Vertebrates” by Jean Chaline and David Le Vay

“Paleontology of Vertebrates” Book Review: This book provides the basic knowledge of paleontology of vertebrates. It also discusses the evolution of vertebrates. The book explains the role of vertebrate paleontology in different fields of geosciences like biostratigraphy, paleoenvironmental reconstruction and geophysical modes. The students of earth sciences will find this book valuable.
6. “Sedimentology and Paleontology of Lakadong Limestone, Meghalaya (India)” by Bikash Gogoi

“Sedimentology and Paleontology of Lakadong Limestone, Meghalaya (India)” Book Review: This book explains the sedimentological, paleontological and palynofacies features of lakadong limestone of Meghalaya. The book makes the readers understand the paleoenvironmental conditions during their deposition, their depositional history, their characterization and determination of relative age. The book gives the palynofacies analysis, which includes quantitative and qualitative details about organic matter assemblage of rocks.

7. “Pattern Recognition Problems in Geology and Paleontology (Lecture Notes in Earth Sciences)” by Ulf Bayer
8. “Geology and Paleontology of the Quaternary of Uruguay (SpringerBriefs in Earth System Sciences)” by Sergio Martínez and Martin Ubilla

“Geology and Paleontology of the Quaternary of Uruguay (SpringerBriefs in Earth System Sciences)”
Book Review: The book contains information about progress of continental, transitional and marine quaternary deposits of uruguay. It analyses the geological and paleontological evidence, combining the time, environmental and climatic conditions. It is an updated book.

9. “Invertebrate Paleontology (Mesozoic) of Israel and Adjacent Countries with Emphasis on the Brachiopoda (Touro College Press Books)” Howard R Feldman

“Invertebrate Paleontology (Mesozoic) of Israel and Adjacent Countries with Emphasis on the Brachiopoda (Touro College Press Books)” Book Review: This book will be beneficial for paleontologists and stratigraphers. The book provides biogeography of the marine faunas, specially focusing on brachiopods. It gives details of endemism, which is a characteristic of northern Sinai, the Negev and Jordan. It also explains the evolution of the modern marine community with beautiful illustrations. The book describes the Triassic and Jurassic brachiopods of Israel and adjacent countries.

10. “Urban Paleontology: Evolution of Urban Forms” by Ming Tang and Dihua Yang

“Urban Paleontology: Evolution of Urban Forms”
Book Review: The book describes the evolution of urban species based on the urban fossils. The book aims at explaining the mineralized skeleton of urban forms. It gives the study of street networks of Beijing and Savannah. The book also contains various diagrams. It shows that urban fossils describe various urban forms, with the impression of their street network. It explores the fields of biology, anatomy, archeology, geology and the computer aided design in the excavation of urban sites.

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