Written by: Richard Lenski
Primary Source: Telliamed Revisited
Over on Twitter, a poster was interested in learning more about evolution and how it works.
I suggested the poster begin with Evolution 101, a website produced by the University of California Museum of Paleontology.
I then recommended four superb books (including one suggested by another poster). These are all written with wonderful style and terrific content by world-class authors.
The next three books are a bit more advanced, but still very accessible, and they could be read in any order.
I could make many, many more suggestions. But that’s a start, and now I’ll let others weigh in with suggestions in the Comments below.
Please label your selections as for the Beginner, Intermediate, or Advanced student (and by student, I mean anyone, regardless of age or prior studies, who wants to learn about the science of evolution).
Please include only one link per post; otherwise, the spam filter may delete your post. Also, I will delete any inappropriate suggestions.
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