New Books received March 11, 2015
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|
Impacts of climate change on food security in small island developing states / Wayne G. Ganpat, Wendy-Ann P. Isaac, eds.
HD9018.D44 I457 2015.
Infrared astronomy : seeing the heat : from William Herschel to the Herschel Space Observatory / David L. Clements.
QB470 .C54 2015.
An atlas of meteorites / Monica M. Grady, Giovanni Pratesi, and Vanni Moggi Cecchi.
QB755 .G748 2014.
From sight to light : the passage from ancient to modern optics / A. Mark Smith.
QC352 .S57 2014.
Geoethics : ethical challenges and case studies in earth sciences / Max Wyss, Silvia Peppoloni, eds.
QE40 .G375 2015.
Volcanic hazards, risks and disasters / Paolo Papale, ed.
QE527.6 .V65 2014.
Landslide hazards, risks, and disasters / Tim Davies, ed.
QE599.A2 L363 2015.
The search for our cosmic ancestry / Chandra Wickramasinghe.
QH326 .W534 2015.
Marine historical ecology in conservation : applying the past to manage for the future / John N. Kittinger, Loren McClenachan, Keryn B. Gedan, Louise
K. Blight, eds.
QH541.5.S3 M2828 2015.
Current topics in developmental biology. vol.111.
The biological mind : a philosophical introduction / Justin Garson.
QP360 .G377 2015.
Cognitive neuroscience of human systems : work and everyday life / Chris Forsythe, Huafei Liao, Michael Trumbo, Rogelio E. Cardona-Rivera.
QP360.5 .F65 2015.
Molecular and cellular physiology of neurons / Gordon L. Fain with Thomas O'Dell ; illustrations by Margery J. Fain.
QP363 .F35 2014.
After phrenology : neural reuse and the interactive brain / Michael L. Anderson.
QP376 .A53 2014.
The state of the world's forest genetic resources.
SD399.7 .S557 2014.
Environmental impacts of renewable energy / Frank R. Spellman.
TD195.E49 S688 2015.
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.