Professor Norman Macleod is Keeper of Palaeontology at the Natural History Museum, London. He studies the origin and maintenance of form in fossil and modern organisms using mathematical models of shape variation. He also creates new mathematical tools for studying plant and animal form and develops systems for automating the identification of species. He has written and contributed to numerous reports and articles on the subject of extinction.
A fascinating guide to extinctions and their many causes and impacts.Category: Science and Nature
Publisher: Natural History Museum