Plants Invade the Land: Evolutionary and Environmental Perspectives

Synopsis

What do we now know about the origins of plants on land, from an evolutionary and an environmental perspective? The essays in this collection present a synthesis of our present state of knowledge, integrating current information in paleobotany with physical, chemical, and geological data.

Additional information

Includes content by:
  • Patricia G. Gensel
  • Dianne Edwards
  • Charles Wellman
  • William A. Shear
  • Paul A. Selden
  • Patricia G. Gensel
  • Dianne Edwards
  • Charles Wellman
  • William A. Shear
  • Paul A. Selden
  • Hans Kerp
  • Hagen Hass
  • Volker Mosbrugger
  • Michele E. Kotyk
  • James F. Basinger
  • Hao Shou-Gang
  • Christopher M. Berry
  • Muriel Fairon-Demaret
  • Linda E. Graham
  • Jane Gray
  • Gillian A. Cooper-Driver
  • Robert A. Berner
  • C. L. Hotton
  • F. M. Hueber
  • D. H. Griffing
  • J. S. Bridge
  • Thomas J.Algeo
  • Stephen E. Scheckler
  • J. Barry Maynard
  • Steven G. Driese
  • Claudia I. Mora
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • New York
Publication year:
  • 2001