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Cover, title page, pages x and 1. Earth view from space, NASA.

Cover, title page, and page 35: Grand Canyon, Photodisk.

Cover, title page, and page vi: Fossil fish, Photodisk.

Cover, title page, and page 3: Coral reef, Stephen Fink/Corbis.

Cover and title page: Leonardo da Vinci.

Cover and page 55: Nautilus fossil, NAP Image Archives.

page iv: Entrance to National Academy of Sciences Building, Carol M. Highsmith, photographer.

page v: Marble seal of the National Academy of Sciences, David Patterson, photographer.

page 2: Rain forest, Stephen Dalton, photographer, © Oxford Scientific Films.

page 3: Insert, left: Bass, Dallas Aquarium, © The National Audubon Society Collection.

page 3: Insert, right: Fossil fish (Priscacara oxyprion), © E. R. Degginger.

page 4: Graphic by Leigh Coriale Design and Illustration, adapted from Essential Cell Biology, Garland Publishing, Inc.

page 6: Balcones Research Center, University of Texas at Austin, © 1997 by Phyllis Janik.

page 8: Archaeopteryx cast, Smithsonian Museum, Washington, DC, James Amos/Corbis.

page 10: Galapagos Islands view from space, NASA.

pages 11 and 19: Galapagos finch, Galen Rowell/Corbis.

pages 12 and 27: Young stars, Hubble Space Telescope, NASA.

page 13: Charles Darwin, Corbis-Bettmann.

page 13: Alfred Russel Wallace, Library of Congress.

page 13: Gregor Mendel, Corbis-Bettmann.

page 15: Ant in amber, David Grimaldi, American Museum of Natural History, New York, New York.

page 17: Lacewing graphic by Leigh Coriale Design and Illustration.

page 17: Lacewing photograph, Catherine and Maurice Tauber, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York.

page 18: Whale ancestors, drawings by N. Haver, © Sinauer Associates, Inc.

page 20: Skulls, drawings by Darwen Hennings, © Wadsworth Publishing Company.

page 21: Wasp and caterpillar, James H. Tumlinson, U.S. Department of Agriculture.

page 23: Graphic by Leigh Coriale Design and Illustration.

page 26: Armillary sphere, Library of Congress.

page 28: Nicolaus Copernicus, Corbis-Bettmann.

page 28: Johannes Kepler, Library of Congress.

page 28: Galileo Galilei, Library of Congress/Corbis.

page 28: Isaac Newton, Library of Congress.

page 28:18th century view of the universe, Corbis-Bettmann.

page 30: Tropical forest with crane, Smithsonian Institution.

page 31: Leafnosed bat, Joe McDonald/Corbis.

page 32: Graphic by Leigh Coriale Design and Illustration.

page 33: Sedimentary rocks, David McConnell, University of Akron, Akron, Ohio.

page 34: Fossil record, graphic by Leigh Coriale Design and Illustration, derived from an illustration developed by Ken Miller, Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island.

page 36: Armadillo, Joe McDonald/Corbis.

page 36: Fossil, courtesy of Raymond T. Rye, Smithsonian Institution.

page 36: Stromatolites, courtesy of Embassy of Australia.

page 36-37: Timeline graphic by Leigh Coriale Design and Illustration, adapted from The Book of Life, W.W. Norton, New York, New York.

page 38: Graphic by Leigh Coriale Design and Illustration, adapted from Essential Cell Biology, Garland Publishing, Inc.

page 39: Graphic by Leigh Coriale Design and Illustration, adapted from From So Simple a Beginning, Macmillan Publishing Company, New York, New York.

page 41: Plate tectonics, graphic by Leigh Coriale Design and Illustration, adapted from Astronomy Today, Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey.

page 44: Graphic by Leigh Coriale Design and Illustration.



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Teaching About Evolution and the Nature of Science Credits Cover, title page, pages x and 1. Earth view from space, NASA. Cover, title page, and page 35: Grand Canyon, Photodisk. Cover, title page, and page vi: Fossil fish, Photodisk. Cover, title page, and page 3: Coral reef, Stephen Fink/Corbis. Cover and title page: Leonardo da Vinci. Cover and page 55: Nautilus fossil, NAP Image Archives. page iv: Entrance to National Academy of Sciences Building, Carol M. Highsmith, photographer. page v: Marble seal of the National Academy of Sciences, David Patterson, photographer. page 2: Rain forest, Stephen Dalton, photographer, © Oxford Scientific Films. page 3: Insert, left: Bass, Dallas Aquarium, © The National Audubon Society Collection. page 3: Insert, right: Fossil fish (Priscacara oxyprion), © E. R. Degginger. page 4: Graphic by Leigh Coriale Design and Illustration, adapted from Essential Cell Biology, Garland Publishing, Inc. page 6: Balcones Research Center, University of Texas at Austin, © 1997 by Phyllis Janik. page 8: Archaeopteryx cast, Smithsonian Museum, Washington, DC, James Amos/Corbis. page 10: Galapagos Islands view from space, NASA. pages 11 and 19: Galapagos finch, Galen Rowell/Corbis. pages 12 and 27: Young stars, Hubble Space Telescope, NASA. page 13: Charles Darwin, Corbis-Bettmann. page 13: Alfred Russel Wallace, Library of Congress. page 13: Gregor Mendel, Corbis-Bettmann. page 15: Ant in amber, David Grimaldi, American Museum of Natural History, New York, New York. page 17: Lacewing graphic by Leigh Coriale Design and Illustration. page 17: Lacewing photograph, Catherine and Maurice Tauber, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York. page 18: Whale ancestors, drawings by N. Haver, © Sinauer Associates, Inc. page 20: Skulls, drawings by Darwen Hennings, © Wadsworth Publishing Company. page 21: Wasp and caterpillar, James H. Tumlinson, U.S. Department of Agriculture. page 23: Graphic by Leigh Coriale Design and Illustration. page 26: Armillary sphere, Library of Congress. page 28: Nicolaus Copernicus, Corbis-Bettmann. page 28: Johannes Kepler, Library of Congress. page 28: Galileo Galilei, Library of Congress/Corbis. page 28: Isaac Newton, Library of Congress. page 28:18th century view of the universe, Corbis-Bettmann. page 30: Tropical forest with crane, Smithsonian Institution. page 31: Leafnosed bat, Joe McDonald/Corbis. page 32: Graphic by Leigh Coriale Design and Illustration. page 33: Sedimentary rocks, David McConnell, University of Akron, Akron, Ohio. page 34: Fossil record, graphic by Leigh Coriale Design and Illustration, derived from an illustration developed by Ken Miller, Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island. page 36: Armadillo, Joe McDonald/Corbis. page 36: Fossil, courtesy of Raymond T. Rye, Smithsonian Institution. page 36: Stromatolites, courtesy of Embassy of Australia. page 36-37: Timeline graphic by Leigh Coriale Design and Illustration, adapted from The Book of Life, W.W. Norton, New York, New York. page 38: Graphic by Leigh Coriale Design and Illustration, adapted from Essential Cell Biology, Garland Publishing, Inc. page 39: Graphic by Leigh Coriale Design and Illustration, adapted from From So Simple a Beginning, Macmillan Publishing Company, New York, New York. page 41: Plate tectonics, graphic by Leigh Coriale Design and Illustration, adapted from Astronomy Today, Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey. page 44: Graphic by Leigh Coriale Design and Illustration.

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Teaching About Evolution and the Nature of Science page 46: Student at Montgomery Blair High School, Silver Spring, Maryland, Robert Allen Strawn, photographer. page 49: Students at Piney Branch Elementary School, Takoma Park, Maryland, Robert Allen Strawn, photographer. page 51: Students at Eastern Middle School, Silver Spring, Maryland, Robert Allen Strawn, photographer. page 54: Trilobite, David McGrath, photographer, © Photo Archives, Denver Museum of Natural History. page 60: Students and teacher, Milton Hershey School, Hershey, PA, © Blair Seitz. page 61: Student at Piney Branch Elementary School, Takoma Park, Maryland, Robert Allen Strawn, photographer. page 64: Draft Growth-of-Understanding Map. Benchmark for Science Literacy, AAAS. page 71: Graphic by Leigh Coriale Design and Illustration. page 72: Graphic by Leigh Coriale Design and Illustration. page 73: Graphic by Leigh Coriale Design and Illustration. page 83: Graphic by Leigh Coriale Design and Illustration. page 84: Graphic by Leigh Coriale Design and Illustration. page 89: Graphic by Leigh Coriale Design and Illustration. page 102: Graphic by Leigh Coriale Design and Illustration. page 104: Books, © TSM/Tom Stewart 1995. page 105: Keyboard, NAP Image Archives.