Books about Cambrian

The Cambrian Explosion: The Construction of Animal Biodiversity
The Cambrian Period records one of the most extraordinary transitions in the history of life. Beginning as simple sponges more than 635 million years ago, the earliest animals evolved into a diverse marine fauna over the course of 100 million years. In The Cambrian Explosion and the Construction of Animal Biodiversity, Erwin and Valentine synthesize research from many fields to explain why there was such remarkable novelty of animal forms. This is an integrative work of the highest quality, covering one of the most fascinating and transformative periods in life's history.
Early Life: The Cambrian Period
Explore one of the most extraordinary periods in the evolution of life on Earth. Includes full-color photographs and illustrations, sidebars, references, research sources, glossary, appendixes, author profile and index.
The Cambrian Fossils of Chengjiang, China: The Flowering of Early Animal Life
The Chengjiang biota is one of the most remarkable fossil discoveries ever made. The Cambrian Fossils of Chengjiang is the first book in English to provide fossil enthusiasts with an overview of the fauna. 100 superb full color plates. First English language illustrated guide to this important fauna. A must-have for all palaeontologists worldwide.
Arthropods of the Lower Cambrian Chengjiang Fauna, Southwest China
The Ecology of the Cambrian Radiation
The Cambrian radiation was the explosive evolution of marine life that started 550,000,000 years ago. It ranks as one of the most important episodes in Earth history. This key event in the history of life on our planet changed the marine biosphere and its sedimentary environment forever, requiring a complex interplay of wide-ranging biologic and nonbiologic processes. The Ecology of the Cambrian Radiation offers a comprehensive and surprising picture of the Earth at that ancient time. The book contains contributions from thirty-three authors hailing from ten countries and will be of interest to paleontologists, geologists, biologists, and other researchers interested in the global Earth-life system.
Polymerid Trilobites from the Cambrian of Northwestern Hunan, China
China is richly endowed with Cambrian strata yielding some of the best-preserved fossils known anywhere in the world. The trilobites are most important element in the fauna, and of scientific relevance. The polymerid trilobite faunas of northwestern Human are remarkable for their diversity and excellence of preservation. Many of them belong to genera confined to China or to its palaeogeographic neighbours. The detailed work on the trilobites is placed in the wider context of biostratigraphy and correlation, which should be of interest to all those concerned with Cambrian geology. A refinement of the biostratigraphic zones based on the ranges of trilobite species will have implications for those currently seeking to increase the precision in international correlation of subdivisions within the Cambrian. Careful new work, of which this paper is an excellent example, is a more valuable contribution than anything else in this endeavour.