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Suggested Citation:"Photo and Illustration Credits." National Academy of Sciences and . 2008. Science, Evolution, and Creationism. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/11876.
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Suggested Citation:"Photo and Illustration Credits." National Academy of Sciences and . 2008. Science, Evolution, and Creationism. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/11876.
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Executive and Managing Editor Photo and Illustration Credits Stephen Mautner t = top; b = bottom; l = left; r = right Sponsoring Editor Dick Morris Front Cover (tl) red chrysanthemum, Stockbyte; (tr) Monarch butterfly, Don Farrall/Photographer’s Choice; Book Design (bl) Sin Nombre virus particles at 171,000 magnifica- Francesca Moghari tion, Digital Stock; (br) orangutan, Ryan McVay; x view of Earth, Photodisc; xvi flock of shorebirds, Photodisc; Cover Design 2 (tl) Nunavut valley, Ted Daeschler/Academy of Michele de la Menardiere Natural Sciences/VIREO; (bl) Tiktaalik fossil, Shubin Lab, University of Chicago; (r) drawing of Tiktaalik fin Photo Research skeleton, Kalliopi Monoyios; 5 airplane passengers, Christine Hauser Reuters/Corbis; 6 wheat field, Agricultural Research Service; 7 Trinidadian guppies, Sean Earnshaw and Production Manager Anne Magurran; 8 loggerhead turtle laying eggs, Dorothy Lewis Lynda Richardson/Corbis; 9 ethanol gas pump, U.S. Department of Energy; 16 meerkats, Photodisc; 19 (t) Hubble Space Telescope deep field image of dis- tant galaxies, NASA, ESA, S. Beckwith (STScI), and the HUDF Team; (br) Hubble Space Telescope image of planetary disk in foreground of star, D. Padgett (IPAC/Caltech), W. Brandner (IPAC), K. Stapelfeldt (JPL), and NASA; 20 scientists viewing monitor, Agricultural Research Service; 21 stromatolites at Carbla Point, Shark Bay, Western Australia, photo by Jere H. Lipps, February 16, 2002; (inset) cyanobacte- rium Microcoleus chthonoplastes, NASA Microbes Image Gallery; 23 transitional bird-like fossil, courtesy Hailu You, Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences; 24 chimpanzee in the wild, Michael D. Carleton, Curator of Mammals, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution; 25 (bl) dolphins, Captain Budd Christmann, NOAA Corps; (br) great white shark, Oxford Scientific/Photolibrary; 26 (b) Hawaiian Drosophila, Kevin Kaneshiro; 28 nine-banded armadillo, Eric and David Hosking/Corbis; 29 polytene chromo- some from a Drosophila larva, photograph courtesy Hampton L. Carson, based on an original photograph by Harrison D. Stalker, Washington University, St. Louis; 30 drawing of Drosophila and mouse embryos, Sean Carroll; 32 skeleton of Dorudon, Philip Gingerich and the University of Michigan; 33 Laetoli footprints, John Reader/Science Photo Library; 36 rainbow heli- conia, Photodisc; 40 H. Pylori bacterium with flagella, Visuals Unlimited/Corbis; 41 drawing of eyes in living mollusks, reprinted with permission from Encyclopædia Britannica, © 2005 by Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc.; 42 Colorado River, National Park Service; 46 diatoms in fresh water, Photodisc; Back Cover (l) starfish, Slede Prels/Photodisc. 70 Science, Evolution, and Creationism

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How did life evolve on Earth? The answer to this question can help us understand our past and prepare for our future. Although evolution provides credible and reliable answers, polls show that many people turn away from science, seeking other explanations with which they are more comfortable.

In the book Science, Evolution, and Creationism, a group of experts assembled by the National Academy of Sciences and the Institute of Medicine explain the fundamental methods of science, document the overwhelming evidence in support of biological evolution, and evaluate the alternative perspectives offered by advocates of various kinds of creationism, including "intelligent design." The book explores the many fascinating inquiries being pursued that put the science of evolution to work in preventing and treating human disease, developing new agricultural products, and fostering industrial innovations. The book also presents the scientific and legal reasons for not teaching creationist ideas in public school science classes.

Mindful of school board battles and recent court decisions, Science, Evolution, and Creationism shows that science and religion should be viewed as different ways of understanding the world rather than as frameworks that are in conflict with each other and that the evidence for evolution can be fully compatible with religious faith. For educators, students, teachers, community leaders, legislators, policy makers, and parents who seek to understand the basis of evolutionary science, this publication will be an essential resource.

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