Life in Stone A Natural History of British Columbia's Fossils

by Rolf Ludvigsen

Life in Stone A Natural History of British Columbia's Fossils Synopsis

Life in Stone is the first book to focus on British Columbia's fossils. Each of its chapters is written by a specialist for a general audience, and each is devoted to a separate fossil group that is particularly well represented in the province. Richly illustrated with photographs and drawings, Life in Stone will provide fascinating reading for anyone interested in learning more about the animals and plants that inhabited British Columbia during prehistoric times.

Life in Stone A Natural History of British Columbia's Fossils Press Reviews

For the beginner, this fascinating book will challenge and reward in equal measure. For the professional, it will provide a valuable introduction to the literature and to British Columbia's ancient history. -- John E. Storer * Canadian Book Review Annual, 1996 *

Book Information

ISBN: 9780774805780
Publication date: 6th December 1996
Author: Rolf Ludvigsen
Publisher: University of British Columbia Press
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 318 pages
Categories: Palaeontology,

About Rolf Ludvigsen

Rolf Ludvigsen lives on Denman Island, British Columbia, where he runs the Denman Institute for Research on Trilobites. He is an adjunct professor in the School of Earth and Ocean Sciences at the University of Victoria and the Chair of the British Columbia Paleontological Alliance.

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