Time frames: the rethinking of Darwinian evolution and the theory of punctuated equilibria

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Simon and Schuster, 1985 - Science - 240 pages
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Describes the new evolutionary theory of punctuated equilibria, argues that changes in species are rare but happen in rapid bursts, and examines the fossil record of invertebrates

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Contents

PREFACE
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Ancient Seas and Evolutionary Fantasies
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At Sea in the American Midwest
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