The National Academies Press

Evolution Collection

How did life evolve on Earth? The answer can help us understand our past and prepare for our future. This collection documents the overwhelming evidence in support of biological evolution, stresses the importance of biodiversity and ecosystem management, and evaluates the alternative perspectives offered by various kinds of creationism. These reports also focus on how science and religion can be viewed as different ways of understanding the world, rather than as frameworks that are in conflict with each other. For educators, students, teachers, community leaders, legislators, policy makers, and parents who seek to better understand all aspects of evolutionary science, this collection is an essential resource.

Science, Evolution, and Creationism (2008)

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Teaching About Evolution and the Nature of Science (1998)

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Understanding Climate's Influence on Human Evolution (2010)

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Twenty-First Century Ecosystems: Managing the Living World Two Centuries After Darwin: Report of a Symposium (2011)

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In the Light of Evolution: Volume VI: Brain and Behavior (2013)

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In the Light of Evolution: Volume V: Cooperation and Conflict (2012)

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In the Light of Evolution: Volume IV: The Human Condition (2010)

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In the Light of Evolution: Volume III: Two Centuries of Darwin (2009)

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In the Light of Evolution: Volume II: Biodiversity and Extinction (2008)

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In the Light of Evolution: Volume I: Adaptation and Complex Design (2007)

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Evolution in Hawaii: A Supplement to 'Teaching About Evolution and the Nature of Science' (2004)

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Darwin's Gift: To Science and Religion (2007)

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Thinking Evolutionarily: Evolution Education Across the Life Sciences: Summary of a Convocation (2012)

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