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Care and Conservation of Geological Material

by Frank Howie

This is the first book to specifically address the preservation of an increasingly important group of materials. Techniques for processing minerals and rocks in the field and laboratory are outlined as well...


An Introduction to Property Valuation

by Alan Millington

It is now 25 years since the first edition of this book was written, and the objectives of the fifth edition remain the same as those of the first edition, that is to provide "an introduction to and general...


Property and Money

by Michael Brett

Property and Money is a simple guide to the investment and financial aspects of commercial property. Putting property into its financial context, it seeks to bridge the world of the surveyor and property developer...


Integrated Models in Geography

by Richard J. Chorley & Peter Haggett

First published in 1967, this book explores the theme of geographical generalization, or model building. It is composed of five of the chapters from the original Models in Geography, published in 1967. The first...


The New Economy of Oil: Impacts on Business, Geopolitics and Society.

by Norman Selley, John Mitchel & Jonathan Stern

'The global oil industry is an exceptionally complex one, and its importance to governments, business and society as a whole is immense...The New Economy of Oil aims to set out the challenges and choices ahead,...


How to Build a Dinosaur: The New Science of Reverse Evolution

by Jack Horner & James Gorman

A world-renowned paleontologist reveals groundbreaking science that trumps science fiction: how to grow a living dinosaur

Over a decade after Jurassic Park, Jack Horner and his colleagues in molecular biology...


Mad on Radium: New Zealand in the Atomic Age

by Rebecca Priestley

Although New Zealander Lord Rutherford was the first to split the atom, the country has since been known around the world for its nuclear-free stance. In this engaging and accessible book, an alternative history...


Home in the Howling Wilderness: Settlers and the Environment in Southern New Zealand

by Peter Holland

During the 19th century, New Zealand's South Island underwent an environmental transformation at the hands of European settlers. They diverted streams and drained marshes, burned native vegetation and planted...


The Best of Instructables Volume I: Do-It-Yourself Projects from the World's Biggest Show & Tell

by The editors at MAKE magazine and In com

In just three years, Instructables.com has become one of the hottest destinations for makers and DIY enthusiasts of all stripes. Known as "the world's biggest show & tell," makers from around the globe post...


Regenerating Agriculture: An Alternative Strategy for Growth

by Jules N. Pretty

For the past 50 years, the main goal of agriculture has been to increase production at any price, using high amounts of fertilizers and pesticides and intensive industrial methods. This has caused damage to...


The Brilliance of Bioenergy: In Business and in Practice

by Ralph E H Sims

The time for modern biomass has come. It has long been overshadowed by other, more widely-publicized renewable energy technologies such as wind, solar and hydro, and still retains an outmoded image in comparison...


House M.D. vs. Reality: Fact and Fiction in the Hit Television Series

by Andrew Holtz

Solve the puzzles of TV's smartest doctor.

Brilliant diagnostician Gregory House solves puzzles every day-using not just his vast medical knowledge but his razor-sharp instincts about human behavior. This...


Romantic Biology, 1890-1945

by Maurizio Esposito

Organismal biology is an established scholarly discipline, yet its origins have been obscured by Darwinian histories of biology. Esposito presents a historiography of organicist and holistic thought through...


AN Optimist's Tour of the Future: One Curious Man Sets Out to Answer "What's Next?"

by Mark Stevenson

In the tradition of Bill Bryson's A Short History of Nearly Everything, a smart and entertaining guide to the future.

Mark Stevenson-a writer, deep thinker, and stand-up comedian-set out simply, asking, "What's...


Case Studies in Maintenance and Reliability: A Wealth of Best Practices

by Vee Narayan

This book is an essential tool to help pass on the wealth of knowledge of best practices to future generations of maintenance leaders. My only hope is that lots of professionals read it so that many companies...


Chrysalis: Maria Sibylla Merian and the Secrets of Metamorphosis

by Kim Todd

Today, an entomologist in a laboratory can gaze at a butterfly pupa with a microscope so powerful that the swirling cells on the pupa’s skin look like a galaxy. She can activate a single gene or knock it out....


Kitchen & Bath Residential Construction and Systems

by NKBA

This revised edition of Residential Construction and Kitchen & Bath Systems combines the thorough guides to typical North American building systems for homes for the kitchen and bath industry into one comprehensive,...


Micrornas in Medicine

by Charles H. Lawrie

MicroRNAs in Medicine provides an access point into the current literature on microRNA for both scientists and clinicians, with an up-to-date look at what is happening in the emerging field of microRNAs and...


Troubled Geographies: A Spatial History of Religion and Society in Ireland

by Ian N. Gregory, Niall A. Cunningham & Paul S. Ell

Ireland's landscape is marked by fault lines of religious, ethnic, and political identity that have shaped its troubled history. Troubled Geographies maps this history by detailing the patterns of change in...


A History of Video Art

by Chris Meigh-Andrews

A History of Video Art is a revised and expanded edition of the 2006 original, which extends the scope of the first edition, incorporating a wider range of artists and works from across the globe and explores...