In article <pucYvA4FBh107h at chambers.ak.planet.co.nz> steve at chambers.ak.planet.co.nz (Steve Chambers) wrote, among other things:
> Practical Handbook of Human Biological Age Determination
> Edited by Arthur K Balin
> 560 pages; published by CRC Press; ISBN: 0-8493-0129-7
>>>. Has anyone reviewed/seen it?
>It's 140 bucks (USD) - so I want to be sure I'm getting value from it.
Is this a new edition? I saw a fairly old version of what I think is
the same book. It was encyclopedic in a way that might not be too
useful for most people; there was a kind of inefficiency in the
presentation of the relevant info -- "Researchers X and Y in Japan use
test a (long description), b (long desc.), c (l. d.), ...;" whereas W
and V in England use only b (same long description), c (...).....
Main point is: info wasn't at all proportional to the # of pages. But
let me know what edition it is.
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