New and Gift Books received Nov. 21, 2018
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|
Burning planet : the story of fire through time / Andrew C. Scott.
GN416 .S458 2018.
The best American science and nature writing of 2018.
Helmholtz : a life in science / David Cahan.
Q143.H5 C34 2018.
Artificial intelligence and the two singularities / by Calum Chace.
Q334.7 .C44 2018.
Unlocking consciousness : lessons from the convergence of computing and cognitive psychology / Charles T. Ross.
Q335 .R677 2018.
Life on Mars : what to know before we go / David A. Weintraub.
QB641 .W45 2018.
Light of the stars : alien worlds and the fate of the Earth / Adam Frank.
QB982 .F73 2018.
Chesapeake Bay Impact Structure—Development of "Brim" Sedimentation in a Multilayered Marine Target.
Special papers (Geological Society of America), no. 537
Field Volcanology: A Tribute to the Distinguished Career of Don Swanson.
Special papers (Geological Society of America).
The dinosaur artist : obsession, betrayal, and the quest for Earth's ultimate trophy / Paige Williams.
QE718 .W55 2018.
Dreamers, visionaries, and revolutionaries in the life sciences / edited by Oren Harman and Michael R. Dietrich.
QH26 .D74 2018.
Are changes in lower trophic levels limiting prey-fish biomass and production in Lake Michigan? / David B. Bunnell, Hunter J. Carrick, Charles P. Madenjian, et al.
QH104.5.M44 B86 2018.
Natural history and ecology of Suriname / Bart De Dijn, editor.
QH125.6 .N38 2018.
This land is your land : the story of field biology in America / Michael J. Lannoo.
QH319.A1 L36 2018.
Cells in evolutionary biology : translating genotypes into phenotypes : past, present, future / edited by Brian K. Hall, Sally A. Moody.
QH325 .C46 2018.
Handbook of biochemistry and molecular biology / edited by Roger L. Lundblad, Fiona M. Macdonald.
QH345 .H347 2018.
Lamarck's revenge : how epigenetics is revolutionizing our understanding of evolution's past and present / Peter Ward.
QH450 .W37 2018.
Silent spring & other writings on the environment / Rachel Carson ; Sandra Steingraber, editor.
QH545.P4 C38 2018.
Endocytosis and signaling / Christophe Lamaze, Ian Prior, editors.
QH634 .E535 2018.
Luminous creatures : the history and science of light production in living organisms / Michel Anctil.
QH641 .A53 2018.
Identification of trees and shrubs in winter using buds and twigs / Bernd Schulz; 1900 drawings by Bernd Schulz ; translator: Monika Shaffer-Fehre ; scientific editor: Henk Beentje.
QK477.2.I4 S3913 2018.
The revolutionary genius of plants : a new understanding of plant intelligence and behavior / Stefano Mancuso ; English translation by Vanessa Di Stefano.
QK711.2 .M35813 2018.
Ecological strategies of aquatic insects / Charles W. Heckman.
QL472 .H43 2018.
Underbug : an obsessive tale of termites and technology / Lisa Margonelli ; illustrations by Thomas Shahan.
QL529 .M374 2018.
The dark side of the hive : the evolution of the imperfect honey bee / Robin Moritz and Robin Crewe.
QL568.A6 M594 2018.
The philosopher fish : sturgeon, caviar, and the geography of desire / Richard Adams Carey.
QL638.A25 C355 2005.
Swifts in a tower / Dr David Lack ; with a new chapter by Dr Andrew Lack ; foreword by Professor Chris Perrins.
QL696.A552 L3 2018.
Well-grounded : the neurobiology of rational decisions / Kelly Lambert.
QP395 .L36 2018.
Haptics / Lynette A. Jones.
QP451 .J66 2018.
Myelin : the brain's supercharger / Bernard Zalc, Florence Rosier ; translated by Robert N. Cory.
QP752.M9 Z3413 2018.
Discovering retroviruses : beacons in the biosphere / Anne Marie Skalka.
QR414.5 .S53 2018.
Vanilla : travels in search of the ice cream orchid / Tim Ecott.
SB307.V2 E36 2004.
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.