Credits

Front cover and title page: Hurricane Andrew over the Gulf of Mexico, Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite-7, August 1992, NOAA.

Back cover: Map of the world by Isidore of Seville [A.D. 560-636], redrawn and published in 1898 in Mappaemundi: Die altesten Weltkarten, a six-volume work compiled by Konrad Miller. Library of Congress, Geography and Map Division.

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 vi: Detail, © Marty Stouffer, 1991/PNI.

page x: Young stars, Hubble Space Telescope, NASA.

page 3: background: © Ken Graham/PNI; insets: photograph of Edwin Hubble, National Academy of Sciences; Hubble Deep Field, Hubble Space Telescope, NASA.

page 4: Young stellar disks in infrared, Hubble Space Telescope, NASA.

page 6: left: DNA, Dr. A. Lesk, Laboratory of Molecular Biology/Science Photo Library; right: RNA, © Ken Eward/Science Source, Photo Researchers, Inc.

page 9: Charles Darwin, National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health.

page 9: Galápagos Islands, © Archive Photos, 1994/PNI.

page 11: Darwin's finches. Drawing by K. Thalia Grant. From The Beak of the Finch by Jonathan Weiner. © 1994 by Jonathan Weiner. Reprinted by permission of Alfred A. Knopf, Inc.

page 12: Paria River, Utah. Grand Staircase/Escalante National Monument, © Tom Till.

pages 12-13: Illustration of layers of sedimentary rock, Joyce Pendola, courtesy Natural History.

page 14: Illustration by Leigh Coriale Design and Illustration, adapted from Patterns in Evolution: The New Molecular View by Lewin, © Scientific American Library. Used with permission by W.H. Freeman and Company.

page 16: top, © Ron Sanford, 1994/PNI; bottom left, © Marty Stouffer, 1991/PNI; bottom right, © Erwin Bauer, Peggy Bauer, 1990/PNI.

page 18: Myoglobin, © Irvine Gels.

page 19: Cytochrome c. Illustration by Leigh Coriale Design and Illustration, adapted from the Journal of Molecular Biology, Vol. I, 37, 1971.

pages 20-21: Drawings of mammalian land ancestor and Balaenoptera, by N. Haver. Drawings of Ambulocetus and Rodhocetus, by N. Haver, © Sinauer Associates.

page 22: Illustration adapted from The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Life Sciences. Reprinted with permission of Cambridge University Press.

page 24: Drawings by Darwen Hennings. From Biology: Concepts and Applications, 1st edition, by C. Starr. © 1991. Reprinted with permission of Brooks/Cole Publishing.

page 36: Detail, Paria River, Utah. Grand Staircase/Escalante National Monument, © Tom Till.



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Science and Creationism: A View from the National Academy of Sciences, Second Edition Credits Front cover and title page: Hurricane Andrew over the Gulf of Mexico, Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite-7, August 1992, NOAA. Back cover: Map of the world by Isidore of Seville [A.D. 560-636], redrawn and published in 1898 in Mappaemundi: Die altesten Weltkarten, a six-volume work compiled by Konrad Miller. Library of Congress, Geography and Map Division. 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 vi: Detail, © Marty Stouffer, 1991/PNI. page x: Young stars, Hubble Space Telescope, NASA. page 3: background: © Ken Graham/PNI; insets: photograph of Edwin Hubble, National Academy of Sciences; Hubble Deep Field, Hubble Space Telescope, NASA. page 4: Young stellar disks in infrared, Hubble Space Telescope, NASA. page 6: left: DNA, Dr. A. Lesk, Laboratory of Molecular Biology/Science Photo Library; right: RNA, © Ken Eward/Science Source, Photo Researchers, Inc. page 9: Charles Darwin, National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health. page 9: Galápagos Islands, © Archive Photos, 1994/PNI. page 11: Darwin's finches. Drawing by K. Thalia Grant. From The Beak of the Finch by Jonathan Weiner. © 1994 by Jonathan Weiner. Reprinted by permission of Alfred A. Knopf, Inc. page 12: Paria River, Utah. Grand Staircase/Escalante National Monument, © Tom Till. pages 12-13: Illustration of layers of sedimentary rock, Joyce Pendola, courtesy Natural History. page 14: Illustration by Leigh Coriale Design and Illustration, adapted from Patterns in Evolution: The New Molecular View by Lewin, © Scientific American Library. Used with permission by W.H. Freeman and Company. page 16: top, © Ron Sanford, 1994/PNI; bottom left, © Marty Stouffer, 1991/PNI; bottom right, © Erwin Bauer, Peggy Bauer, 1990/PNI. page 18: Myoglobin, © Irvine Gels. page 19: Cytochrome c. Illustration by Leigh Coriale Design and Illustration, adapted from the Journal of Molecular Biology, Vol. I, 37, 1971. pages 20-21: Drawings of mammalian land ancestor and Balaenoptera, by N. Haver. Drawings of Ambulocetus and Rodhocetus, by N. Haver, © Sinauer Associates. page 22: Illustration adapted from The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Life Sciences. Reprinted with permission of Cambridge University Press. page 24: Drawings by Darwen Hennings. From Biology: Concepts and Applications, 1st edition, by C. Starr. © 1991. Reprinted with permission of Brooks/Cole Publishing. page 36: Detail, Paria River, Utah. Grand Staircase/Escalante National Monument, © Tom Till.

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