New Books received July 5, 2017
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|
Natural hazards : explanation and integration / Burrell E. Montz, Graham A. Tobin, Ronald R. Hagelman, III.
GB5014 .T63 2017.
Errors, blunders, and lies : how to tell the difference / by David S. Salsburg.
Q172.5.E77 S38 2017.
Scienceblind : why our intuitive theories about the world are so often wrong / Andrew Shtulman.
Q175.32.R45 S48 2017.
What is quantum information? / edited by Olimpia Lombardi, Sebastian Fortin, Federico Holik, Cristian López.
QC6 .W56 2017.
Centennial of general relativity : a celebration / editor, César Augusto Zen Vasconcellos.
QC173.6 .C46 2017.
Atmospheric evolution on inhabited and lifeless worlds / David C. Catling, James F. Kasting.
QC861.3 .C38 2017.
Teaching and learning about climate change : a framework for educators / edited by Daniel P. Shepardson, Anita Roychoudhury and Andrew S. Hirsch.
QC903 .T428 2017.
China Lake : a journey into the contradicted heart of a global climate catastrophe / Barret Baumgart.
QC928.72.C2 B38 2017.
The chemical century : molecular manipulation and its impact on the 20th century / Richard J. Sundberg.
QD15 .S88 2017.
Volcanoes of Europe / Dougal Jerram, Alwyn Scarth, Jean-Claude Tanguy.
QE526 .S24 2017.
Saving Arcadia : a story of conservation and community in the Great Lakes / Heather Shumaker.
QH76.5.G72 S58 2017.
Extinction studies : stories of time, death, and generations / edited by Deborah Bird Rose, Thom van Dooren, and Matthew Chrulew.
QH78 .E96 2017.
Animal genetics for chemists / Ralph G. Wilkins.
QH432 .W55 2017.
Blinded by science : the social implications of epigenetics and neuroscience / David Wastell and Sue White.
QH438.7 .W37 2017.
The cell : discovering the microscopic world that determines our health, our consciousness, and our future / Joshua Z. Rappoport.
QH441.5 .R37 2017.
The human recipe : understanding your genes in today's society / Pascal Borry and Gert Matthijs.
QH447 .B67713 2016.
Quickstart molecular biology : an introduction for mathematicians, physicists, and computational scientists / Philip N. Benfey.
QH506 .B456 2014.
The variety of integral ecologies : nature, culture, and knowledge in the planetary era / edited by Sam Mickey, Sean Kelly, and Adam Robbert.
QH541.15.E245 V37 2017.
Urban expansion, land cover and soil ecosystem services / edited by Ciro Gardi.
QH541.5.C6 U72 2017.
A handbook of the world's conifers / by Aljos Farjon.
QK494 .F356 2017. vols. 1-2.
Stream fish community dynamics : a critical synthesis / William J. Matthews, Edie Marsh-Matthews.
QL627 .M38 2017.
Animal vocal communication : assessment and management roles / Eugene S. Morton.
QL776 .O85 2017.
Behavior and information exchange / Christopher J. Paradise, A. Malcolm Campbell.
QL776 .P343 2016.
Cyberpsychology and the brain : the interaction of neuroscience and affective computing / Thomas D. Parsons.
QP355.2 .P37 2017.
Network functions and plasticity : perspectives from studying neuronal electrical coupling in microcircuits / edited by Jian Jing.
QP363.3 .N38 2017.
Human and machine hearing : extracting meaning from sound / Richard F. Lyon.
QP461 .L96 2017.
Microbial biomass : a paradigm shift in terrestrial biogeochemistry / editor, Kevin R. Tate.
QR111 .M36 2017.
The innate immune system : a compositional and functional perspective / Tom P. Monie.
QR185.2 .M66 2017.
Chernobyl prayer : a chronicle of the future / Svetlana Alexievich ; translated by Anna Gunin and Arch Tait.
TD186.5.B35 A4413 2016.
Living with lead : an environmental history of Idaho's Coeur d'Alenes, 1885-2011 / Bradley D. Snow.
TD195.M5 S625 2017.
Silver / Lindsay Shen.
TS730 .S427 2017.
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.