New Books received Aug-Sept, 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|
Water in Kentucky : natural history, communities, and conservation / edited by Brian D. Lee, Daniel I. Carey, and Alice L. Jones.
GB705.K4 W37 2017.
American eclipse : a nation's epic race to catch the shadow of the moon and win the glory of the world / David Baron.
Q127.U6 B2755 2017.
The transit of Venus : the brief, brilliant life of Jeremiah Horrocks, father of British astronomy / Peter Aughton.
QB36.H73 A84 2004.
The stars : a new way to see them / by H.A. Rey.
QB63 .R4 2016.
The art of astrophotography / Ian Morison, Jodrell Bank, University of Manchester.
QB121 .M67 2017.
Einstein's pacifism and World War I / Virginia Iris Holmes.
QC16.E5 H65 2017.
Einstein / Thomas Ryckman.
QC16.E5 R93 2017.
Neutron scattering : applications in biology, chemistry, and materials science / edited by Felix Fernandez-Alonso, David L. Price.
QC793.5.N4628 N49718 2017.
Are we screwed? : how a new generation is fighting to survive climate change / Geoff Dembicki.
QC903 .D4465 2017.
The violence of climate change : lessons of resistance from nonviolent activists / Kevin J. O'Brien.
QC903 .O36 2017.
Clouds / Richard Hamblyn.
QC921 .H34 2017.
Standard methods for the examination of water and wastewater : including bottom sediments and sludges / prepared and published jointly by American Public Health Association, American Water Works Association, Water Pollution Control Federation.
QD142.S7. 23rd ed.
Autogenic dynamics and self-organization in sedimentary systems / edited by David A. Budd, Elizabeth A. Hajek, Sam J. Purkis.
QE571 .A98 2016.
The ends of the world : volcanic apocalypses, lethal oceans, and our quest to understand Earth's past mass extinctions / Peter Brannen.
QE721.2.E97 B73 2017.
Biological individuality : integrating scientific, philosophical, and historical perspectives / edited by Scott Lidgard and Lynn K. Nyhart.
QH331 .B46 2017.
A crack in creation : gene editing and the unthinkable power to controlevolution / Jennifer A. Doudna, Samuel H. Sternberg.
QH440 .D68 2017.
Growing a revolution : bringing our soil back to life / David R. Montgomery.
QH541.5.S6 M66 2017.
The trees of North America : Michaux and Redouté's American masterpiece /volume editors, Susan M. Fraser and Sally Armstrong Leone ; foreword, Gregory Long ; preface, Susan M. Fraser ; introduction, Marta McDowell ; afterword and additional illustrations, David Allen Sibley.
QK115 .T73 2017.
A handbook of the world's conifers / by Aljos Farjon.
QK494 .F356 2017. vol. 1.
The next social contract : animals, the Anthropocene, and biopolitics / Wayne Gabardi.
QL85 .G27 2017.
Staying with the trouble : making kin in the Chthulucene / Donna J. Haraway.
QL85 .H369 2016.
Dragonflies : magnificent creatures of water, air, and land / Pieter van Dokkum.
QL520.2.A1 D65 2015.
The secret life of flies / Erica McAlister.
QL533 .M33 2017.
Hairy hippies and bloody butchers : the Greenpeace anti-whaling campaign in Norway / Juliane Riese.
QL737.C4 R53 2017.
The history of the brain and mind sciences : technique, technology, therapy / edited by Stephen T. Casper and Delia Gavrus.
QP360 .H57 2017.
Smell detectives : an olfactory history of nineteenth-century urban America / Melanie A. Kiechle.
QP458 .K54 2017.
The gene machine : how genetic technologies are changing the way we have kids--and the kids we have / Bonnie Rochman.
RB155 .R675 2017.
International review of neurobiology.
The electric battery : charging forward to a low-carbon future / Kevin B. Jones, Benjamin B. Jervey, Matthew Roche, and Sara Barnowski ; foreword by Donald R. Sadoway.
TK2901 .J66 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.