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Hypersea: Life on Land - McMenamin, Mark; McMenamin, Dianna; Margulis, Lynn (Foreword)
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Hypersea: Life on Land - hardcover

1994, ISBN: 0231075308

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[EAN: 9780231075305], Gebraucht, sehr guter Zustand, [PU: Columbia Univ Press, Irvington, New York, U.S.A.], HYPERSEA LIFE ON LAND MARK DIANNA MCMENAMIN LYNN MARGULIS, Science|Life Sciences|Biological Diversity, Science|Life Sciences|Evolution, Jacket, A photo of this book is available. Near-fine condition. NO remainder marks or price clippings. Number line: 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1. Very-nicely illustrated. Tight spine, bright pages. 344 pages. NO tears. 3 pages show light writing in margins. Does NOT interfere with reading. IF not for this, I would have rated the book as Fine Confition. Synopsis A bold step forward from Gaia, Hypersea is a new theory of how life moved from the sea to the harsher environment of land, and how on land life diversified more than marine life ever has. Presented now for the first time in a book, the concept of Hypersea will revolutionize the way we perceive and study life on Earth. In the sea nutrients pass with relative ease between organisms. But when life first invaded land, it needed to evolve far more complex relationships to sustain itself - instead of accepting nutrients passively, land life was compelled to cooperatively direct the flow of nutrients. As a result, life on land displays an extraordinary degree of connectedness - to the point where it can be seen as one inclusive terrestrial land form. It is this intimately connected land form the authors call Hypersea. Hypersea theory presses us to reconsider ourselves as functional parts of a greater life form. Indeed, the propensity for organisms to dwell within other organisms gives life on land an intricate nested quality not found in marine life. The ground-breaking new paradigm of Hypersea will stimulate a range of research that matches the diversity of land life itself, prompting new insights into evolutionary biology, conservation science and management, paleontology, and medical science - from more effective malarial treatments to new perspectives for thinking about AIDS. Enhanced by nearly one hundred illustrations, many of them never before published, Hypersea: Life on Land is an adventure for everyone who is curious about nature - scientists included. Mark and Dianna McMenamin invite us to look through the Hypersea lens, which offers a view that will alter forever the way we experience the living world. Annotation The next step beyond Gaia, Hypersea is a radical new theory of how life moved from the sea to the harsh environment on land. Published here for the first time in book form, Hypersea will revolutionize the way we perceive and study the diversity of our world. 65 photos and 33 illustrations. Whole Earth Review This book is a significant advance in holistic biological thinking. It gives us a new view of the biosphere, in which symbiosis and cooperation are as important as predation and competition.

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Hypersea: Life on Land - hardcover

1994, ISBN: 9780231075305

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Irvington, New York, U.S.A.: Columbia Univ Press, 1994 A photo of this book is available. Near-fine condition. NO remainder marks or price clippings. Number line: 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1. Very-nicely illustrated. Tight spine, bright pages. 344 pages. NO tears. 3 pages show light writing in margins. Does NOT interfere with reading. IF not for this, I would have rated the book as Fine Confition. Synopsis A bold step forward from Gaia, Hypersea is a new theory of how life moved from the sea to the harsher environment of land, and how on land life diversified more than marine life ever has. Presented now for the first time in a book, the concept of Hypersea will revolutionize the way we perceive and study life on Earth. In the sea nutrients pass with relative ease between organisms. But when life first invaded land, it needed to evolve far more complex relationships to sustain itself - instead of accepting nutrients passively, land life was compelled to cooperatively direct the flow of nutrients. As a result, life on land displays an extraordinary degree of connectedness - to the point where it can be seen as one inclusive terrestrial land form. It is this intimately connected land form the authors call Hypersea. Hypersea theory presses us to reconsider ourselves as functional parts of a greater life form. Indeed, the propensity for organisms to dwell within other organisms gives life on land an intricate nested quality not found in marine life. The ground-breaking new paradigm of Hypersea will stimulate a range of research that matches the diversity of land life itself, prompting new insights into evolutionary biology, conservation science and management, paleontology, and medical science - from more effective malarial treatments to new perspectives for thinking about AIDS. Enhanced by nearly one hundred illustrations, many of them never before published, Hypersea: Life on Land is an adventure for everyone who is curious about nature - scientists included. Mark and Dianna McMenamin invite us to look through the Hypersea lens, which offers a view that will alter forever the way we experience the living world. Annotation The next step beyond Gaia, Hypersea is a radical new theory of how life moved from the sea to the harsh environment on land. Published here for the first time in book form, Hypersea will revolutionize the way we perceive and study the diversity of our world. 65 photos and 33 illustrations. Whole Earth Review This book is a significant advance in holistic biological thinking. It gives us a new view of the biosphere, in which symbiosis and cooperation are as important as predation and competition. . Hard Cover. Near-Fine/Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., Columbia Univ Press, 1994

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Hypersea: Life on Land - hardcover

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ISBN: 9780231075305

ID: 371375404

Irvington, New York, U.S.A.: Columbia Univ Press, 1994 A photo of this book is available. Near-fine condition. NO remainder marks or price clippings. Number line: 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1. Very-nicely illustrated. Tight spine, bright pages. 344 pages. NO tears. 3 pages show light writing in margins. Does NOT interfere with reading. IF not for this, I would have rated the book as Fine Confition. Synopsis A bold step forward from Gaia, Hypersea is a new theory of how life moved from the sea to the harsher environment of land, and how on land life diversified more than marine life ever has. Presented now for the first time in a book, the concept of Hypersea will revolutionize the way we perceive and study life on Earth. In the sea nutrients pass with relative ease between organisms. But when life first invaded land, it needed to evolve far more complex relationships to sustain itself - instead of accepting nutrients passively, land life was compelled to cooperatively direct the flow of nutrients. As a result, life on land displays an extraordinary degree of connectedness - to the point where it can be seen as one inclusive terrestrial land form. It is this intimately connected land form the authors call Hypersea. Hypersea theory presses us to reconsider ourselves as functional parts of a greater life form. Indeed, the propensity for organisms to dwell within other organisms gives life on land an intricate nested quality not found in marine life. The ground-breaking new paradigm of Hypersea will stimulate a range of research that matches the diversity of land life itself, prompting new insights into evolutionary biology, conservation science and management, paleontology, and medical science - from more effective malarial treatments to new perspectives for thinking about AIDS. Enhanced by nearly one hundred illustrations, many of them never before published, Hypersea: Life on Land is an adventure for everyone who is curious about nature - scientists included. Mark and Dianna McMenamin invite us to look through the Hypersea lens, which offers a view that will alter forever the way we experience the living world. Annotation The next step beyond Gaia, Hypersea is a radical new theory of how life moved from the sea to the harsh environment on land. Published here for the first time in book form, Hypersea will revolutionize the way we perceive and study the diversity of our world. 65 photos and 33 illustrations. Whole Earth Review This book is a significant advance in holistic biological thinking. It gives us a new view of the biosphere, in which symbiosis and cooperation are as important as predation and competition. . Hard Cover. Near-Fine/Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., Columbia Univ Press, 1994

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A bold step forward from Gaia, Hypersea is a new theory of how life moved from the sea to the harsher environment of land, and how on land life diversified more than marine life ever has. Presented now for the first time in a book, the concept of Hypersea will revolutionize the way we perceive and study life on Earth. In the sea nutrients pass with relative ease between organisms. But when life first invaded land, it needed to evolve far more complex relationships to sustain itself - instead of accepting nutrients passively, land life was compelled to cooperatively direct the flow of nutrients. As a result, life on land displays an extraordinary degree of connectedness - to the point where it can be seen as one inclusive terrestrial land form. It is this intimately connected land form the authors call Hypersea. Hypersea theory presses us to reconsider ourselves as functional parts of a greater life form. Indeed, the propensity for organisms to dwell within other organisms gives life on land an intricate nested quality not found in marine life. The ground-breaking new paradigm of Hypersea will stimulate a range of research that matches the diversity of land life itself, prompting new insights into evolutionary biology, conservation science and management, paleontology, and medical science - from more effective malarial treatments to new perspectives for thinking about AIDS. Enhanced by nearly one hundred illustrations, many of them never before published, Hypersea: Life on Lan biological sciences,biology,biology and life sciences,earth sciences,evolution,organic,science and math,science and math,textbooks Evolution, Columbia University Press

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New York: Columbia University Press. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. 1994. First Edition. Hardcover. 0231075308 . 9.10 X 6.30 X 1.10 inches ., Columbia University Press, 1994

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