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References used in my astrobiology lectures

  • Darwin, C., 1859, "On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, or the Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life". John Murray, London; modern reprint Charles Darwin, Julian Huxley (2003). The Origin of Species. Signet Classics.

  • Forget, F., 2007, "Water and Climates on Mars". In: Muriel Gargaud et al. (eds), "Lectures in Astrobiology", vol. II, p. 103-122.

  • Gould, S. J., 1989, "Wonderful Life. The Burgess Shale and the Nature of History", Penguin.

  • Lejeune, Schaerer, D. 2001, "Database of Geneva stellar evolution tracks and isochrones", Astronomy & Astrophysics, 366, p. 538-546.

  • Luca Cavalli-Sforza, L. & Feldman, M. W. 2003, Nature Genetics, vol. 33, p. 266-275.

  • Laskar, P., Joutel, Robutel, 1993, Nature, vol. 361, no. 6413, p. 615-617.

  • Mayor M. & Queloz D., 1995, "A Jupiter-Mass Companion to a Solar-Type Star", Nature 378, p. 355.

  • Morgan, E., 1990, "The Scars of Evolution: What our bodies tell us about human origins", Penguin.

  • Morris, D., 1994, "The Naked Ape, a Zoologist's Study of the Human Animal", Vintage.

  • Tattersall, I., 2006, Scientific American, Special Edition, "Becoming Human, Evolution and the Rise of Intelligence", vol. 16, no 2.

  • Weidenreich, F., 1946, Apes, Giants, and Man, Univ. Chicago Press, Chicago, IL.