J.R. Laurie, ed., 2004, Association of Australasian Palaeontologists, Canberra, 260 p. (Softcover, US $81.75) ISBN: 0-949466-28-X.

Our understanding of life's rich history in general, and some key episodes in that history in particular, such as the Cambrian and Ordovician radiations, continues to grow thanks in part to volumes like this one. Laurie, the editor of Cambro-Ordovician Studies I, has assembled a fine memoir, including an excellent and well-chosen team of authors. The papers cover a diverse range of topics and organisms, spanning the evolutionarily interesting and geologically important Cambrian and Ordovician periods. This volume, published by the Association of Australasian...

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