Review from previous edition: "Informative." --Ewen Callaway, New Scientist 07/11/2009
"A provocative new book." --Sharen Begley, Newsweek 29.10.09
Clive Finlayson is Director of the Gibraltar Museum and adjunct professor at the University of Toronto. He is an evolutionary ecologist with a DPhil from the University of Oxford. For the past fifteen years he has combined his ecological work with birds with leading an international multidisciplinary project that has focused on excavations of the Pleistocene caves in Gibraltar, especially Gorham's Cave, recently confirmed as the site of the last Neanderthals on the planet. His previous publication was Neanderthals and Modern Humans: An Ecological and Evolutionary Perspective (CUP, 2004).
Ce livre offre une bonne synthèse des connaissances actuelles.Published 10 months ago by R. Blanchette
This book covers all the usual material while examining the 'usual' assumptions about these ancestors in a fresh and serious way. Well-written, thought-provoking.Published 17 months ago by Gayle Gibson