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New Books received Jan. 2018

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Where are the new books?

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

Q - Science (General, History, Philosophy) & QA - Mathematics & Computer Science

The Latino student's guide to STEM careers / Laura I. Rendón and Vijay Kanagala, editors ; foreword by Mildred Garcia.
Q147 .L38 2017.

The beauty of numbers in nature : mathematical patterns and principles from the natural world / Ian Stewart.
Q172.5.C45 S73 2017.

Competing interactions and patterns in nanoworld / Elena Y. Vedmedenko.
Q172.5.C45 V43 2007.

QB - Astronomy, Cosmology

Astral sciences in early imperial China : observation, sagehood and the individual / Daniel Patrick Morgan.
QB17 .M67 2017.

Cosmos and the rhetoric of popular science / Karen Schroeder Sorensen.
QB43.3 .S628 2017.

Ruth Belville : the Greenwich time lady / David Rooney.
QB223 .R56 2008.

QC - Physics, Climatology

Quantum physics : what everyone needs to know / Michael G. Raymer.
QC174.12 .R387 2017.

Near the horizon : an invitation to geometric optics / Henk Broer.
QC975.2 .B76 2016.

QD - Chemistry, Biochemistry

Introduction to polymer chemistry / Charles E. Carraher, Jr.
QD381 .C37 2017.

Advances in protein chemistry and structural biology.
QD431.A3. vol.108.

QE - Geology, Paleontology

QH - Biology, Ecology, Genetics

Ecoviews too : ecology for all seasons / Whit Gibbons and Anne R. Gibbons.
QH45.2 .G53 2017.

The prairie peninsula / Gary Meszaros, Guy L. Denny.
QH104.5.M47 M47 2017.

Principles of evolution : systems, species, and the history of life / Jonathan Bard.
QH366.2 .B367 2017.

Advances in genetics.
QH431.A1 A3. vol.99.

Purpose & desire : what makes something "alive" and why modern Darwinism has failed to explain it / J. Scott Turner.
QH501 .T87 2017.

Nature's machines : an introduction to organismal biomechanics / by David E. Alexander.
QH513 .A44 2017.

QK - Botany

Nature's fabric : leaves in science and culture / David Lee.
QK649 .L442 2017.

QL - Zoology

Wild by nature : North American animals confront colonization / Andrea L. Smalley.
QL83.4 .S63 2017.

The rise of marine mammals : 50 million years of evolution / Annalisa Berta, et al.
QL121 .B47 2017.

Rays of the world / editors, Peter R. Last, William T. White, Marcelo R. de Carvalho, et al.
QL638.8 .R392 2016.

Basics of animal communication : interaction, signalling and sensemaking in the animal kingdom / by Dario Martinelli.
QL776 .M35 2017.

QM - QP Anatomy - Physiology

The science of sleep : what it is, how it works, and why it matters / Wallace B. Mendelson.
QP425 .M46 2017.

QR - Microbiology, Virology, Pharmacology

R - Medicine, Neuroscience

Medicinal plants of the world : an illustrated scientific guide to important medicinal plants and their uses / Ben-Erik van Wyk, Michael Wink.
RS164 .V295 2017.

S - Agriculture, Soil Science

T - Technology, Chemical & Environmental Engineering

Fundamentals, properties, and applications of polymer nanocomposites / Joseph H. Koo, The University of Texas at Austin.
TA418.9.N35 K66 2016.

Environmental chemicals desk reference / John H. Montgomery and Thomas Roy Crompton.
TD196.A34 M68 2018.

All the water in the world / Roger Bate.
TD345 .B365 2006.

Geologic disposal of low- and intermediate-level radioactive waste / Roland Pusch, Raymond N. Yong, Masashi Nakano.
TD898.2 .P867 2017.

Radioactive waste confinement : clays in natural and engineered barriers / edited by S. Norris, J. Bruno, M. Van Geet, E. Verhoef.
TD898.2 .R32 2017.

Application of structural methods to Rocky Mountain hydrocarbon exploration and development / edited by Constance N. Knight, Jerome J. Cuzella, and Leland D. Cress.
TN870.57 .A66 2013.

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.

Last updated:
January 17, 2018