This new Cambridge series in evolutionary biology will address the interface between morphological and molecular studies in all living and extinct organisms. Areas of coverage will include evolutionary development, systematic biology, evolutionary patterns and diversity, molecular systematics, evolutionary genetics, rates of evolution, new approaches in vertebrate paleontology, invertebrate paleontology, paleobotany and studies of evolutionary functional morphology. The series will consider innovative evolutionary approaches to the study of extant and extinct organisms as long as they address some aspect of both morphological and molecular data. It has only been in recent years that conflict between competing camps (molecules vs. morphology) has given way to more open consideration of both sources of data from both sides – that is why this proposed series is so timely.
Senior Editors: Russell L. Ciochon, University of Iowa; Gregg F. Gunnell, Duke University, North Carolina
Editorial Board: Zerina Johanson, Natural History Museum; P. David Polly, Indiana University; Johannes Mueller, Museum Fur Naturkunde er Humboldt-Universitat zu Berlin; Rob Asher, University of Cambridge; Miriam Zelditch, University of Michigan; Ivan Horácek, Charles University; John M. Logsdon, University of Iowa; Patrick O'Connor, Ohio University; Shigeru Kuratani, Riken Center for Developmental Biology (CDB); Michael Hofreiter, Max Planck Institute; S. Blair Hedges, Pennsylvania State University; Todd Disotell, New York University; Charles Delwiche, University of Maryland
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