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Review: The Diversity of Life

User Review  - Denise Marie - Goodreads

My bible. Read full review

Review: The Diversity of Life

User Review  - Justin - Goodreads

I cannot say enough about The Diversity of Life by Edward O. Wilson. I have always been intrigued by the concepts of diversity and extinction without understanding them very well. This is the book for ... Read full review

Review: The Diversity of Life

User Review  - Colleen - Goodreads

EO Wilson is just excellent. Writer. Ant Entomologist. Ecologist. This 400 page paperback is an introduction to biogeography, paleontology (including paleobotany), how humans are impacting various ... Read full review

Review: The Diversity of Life

User Review  - Sara Van Dyck - Goodreads

This is a book rich with scientific detail about how biodiversity arose on the planet, how some species adapt, why others are forced to extinction by humans, and why that matters. Many ecological ... Read full review

Review: The Diversity of Life

User Review  - Ilya - Goodreads

Life on Earth is fantastically, extravagantly diverse, something a nonbiologist rarely thinks about. Something few nonbiologists also realize is how poorly it is known to science. One would think that ... Read full review

Review: The Diversity of Life

User Review  - Emily - Goodreads

A breathtaking read. Comprehensively rich and detailed in its examination of ecosystems from microscopic to epic proportions. Wilson weaves the overarching thesis ("I will give evidence that humanity ... Read full review

Review: The Diversity of Life

User Review  - Adam - Goodreads

The Diversity of Life is a practical book (a book that shows you how to do something). The first part of the book (well over 3/4) is devoted to a general overview of evolution - its history, the ... Read full review

Review: The Diversity of Life

User Review  - Dave Angelini - Goodreads

As a biologist, I think is perhaps one of the most engaging and readable introductions to evolution and ecology. Anyone can read this book and not even realize they are learning the fundamentals of these fields. Wilson presents biology as a travelogue around the world and through time. Read full review


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