March 2001, Wiley-Blackwell
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"The bottom line, as I think you'll see, is that this volume is an entirely new one, and it provides an excellent complement to the first. … I will have to recommend it. If not for individual purchases, then an absolute must for libraries. Faculty will find it very useful in preparing their lectures … Students will find it useful for getting a comprehensive survey of what's going on in palaeontology all in one place … In addition, it is an easy-browsing text. … I very much recommend it." Linda C. Ivany, American Paleontologist
“Palaeobiology II is an essential reference work for any geology library and most palaeobiologists will want their own copies, but do not lend them out as they may never return. … The editors have done an excellent job of marshalling their authors and the huge volume of information into a readily usable structure and format.” Douglas Palmer, Geoscientist
"What this book covers is no less than the current state of thinking on just about every paleontological topic imaginable...I would recommend it to anyone interested in adding a comprehensive, authoritative, up-to-date volume to their library. I can guarantee that you won't be disappointed." Fossil News, August 2003