New Books received September 18, 2014
Books are listed in call number order, in the following subjects:
|Agriculture - S||Climatology - QC||Pharmacology - QV|
|Anatomy - QM||Ecology - QH||Physics - QC|
|Astronomy - QB||Geology - QE||Physiology - QP|
|Biochemistry - QD||Immunology - QR||Science (general, history, philosophy) - Q|
|Biology - QH||Medicine - RA||Technology - T|
|Botany - QK||Microbiology - QR||Virology - QR|
|Chemistry - QD||Neuroscience - RC||Zoology - QL|
Powerless science? : science and politics in a toxic world / edited by Soraya Boudia and Nathalie Jas.
Q125 .P923 2014.
Science, SETI and mathematics / Carl L. DeVito.
Q175.32.M38 D48 2014.
What makes you clever : the puzzle of intelligence / Derek Partridge.
Q335 .P3546 2014.
In search of the true universe : the tools, shaping, and cost of cosmological thought / Martin Harwit.
QB32 .H27 2013.
Starlight detectives : how astronomers, inventors, and eccentrics discovered the modern universe / Alan Hirshfeld.
QB32 .H57 2014.
Time in powers of ten : natural phenomena and their timescales / Gerard't Hooft, Stefan Vandoren ; translated by Saskia Eisberg't Hooft.
QB209 .H6613 2014.
Encyclopedia of the solar system.
QB501 .E53 2014.
Space, time and matter / Dipak K. Sen, University of Toronto, Canada.
QC173.59.S65 S466 2014.
Atomic physics : precise measurements and ultracold matter / Massimo Inguscio and Leonardo Fallani.
QC776 .I56 2013.
Leptons and quarks : special edition commemorating the discovery of the Higgs boson / Lev B. Okun ; translated by V.I. Kisin.
QC793.5.L422 O3813 2014.
Light : the physics of the photon / Ole Keller.
QC793.5.P42 K45 2014.
Climate-challenged society / by John S. Dryzek, Richard B. Norgaard and David Schlosberg.
QC902.9 .D79 2013.
Coastal environments and global change / edited by Gerd Masselink and Roland Gehrels.
QC903 .C585 2014.
Can science fix climate change? : a case against climate engineering / Mike Hulme.
QC903 .H84 2014.
Structure from diffraction methods / edited by Duncan W. Bruce, Dermot O'Hare, Richard I. Walton.
QD461 .S9255 2014.
Earthquake hazard, risk, and disasters / volume editor, Max Wyss.
QE539.2.S34 E2867 2014.
The lake's apprentice / Annamaria Weldon.
QH81 .W457 2014.
Advances in ecological research. vol. 50.
The origin and evolution of eukaryotes … Cold Spring Harbor Perspectives in biology / edited by Patrick J. Keeling, Eugene V. Koonin.
QH581.2 O75 2014.
Plants and people : choices and diversity through time / edited by Alexandre Chevalier, Elena Marinova and Leonor Peña-Chocarro.
QK46.5.D58 P53 2014.
Art and architecture of insects / David M. Phillips.
QL494 .P45 2014.
Freshwater fishes of North America / edited by Melvin L. Warren, Jr., and Brooks M. Burr ; illustrated by Joseph R. Tomelleri.
QL625 .F74 2014.
Among wolves : Gordon Haber's insights into Alaska's most misunderstood animal / by Gordon Haber and Marybeth Holleman.
QL737.C22 H315 2013.
Puget Sound whales for sale : the fight to end orca hunting / Sandra Pollard.
QL737.C432 P65 2014.
The OMICs : applications in neuroscience / edited by Giovanni Coppola.
QP356.22 .O45 2014.
Cognitive neuroscience and psychotherapy : network principles for a unified theory / Warren W. Tryon.
QP360.5 .T749 2014.
Contemporary debates in bioethics / edited by Arthur L. Caplan and Robert Arp.
R724 .C663 2014.
The official guide to medical school admissions : how to prepare for and apply to medical school. 2014 edition.
The broken promise of agricultural progress : an environmental history / Cameron Muir.
S589.76.A8 M85 2014
Forests in our changing world : new principles for conservation and management / Joe Landsberg and Richard Waring.
SD390.7.C55 L37 2014.
Behemoth : the history of the elephant in America / Ronald B. Tobias.
SF408.6.E44 T63 2013.
Electrons in molecules : from basic principles to molecular electronics / Jean-Pierre Launay, Michel Verdaguer.
TK7874.8 .L28 2014.
Energy & light in nineteenth-century western New York : natural gas, petroleum and electricity / Douglas Wayne Houck.
TN881.N62 H68 2014.
Where are the new books? The new book area is on the right as you enter the Science Library. Books are displayed on the glass shelves facing outward (toward the science center corridor) and in call number order on the wood shelves below. All regular circulating books on the new book shelf are available for immediate checkout. Please search OBIS for stacks location and availability if the books are no longer on the new book shelf.