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The Star Book: An Introduction to Stargazing and the Solar System

by Peter Grego

An Introduction to Stargazing and the Solar System is an introductory section taken from The Star Book that guides you through the night skies, from the history and lives of the stars, to deep-sky objects beyond...

Risk: A Practical Guide for Deciding What's Really Safe and What's Really Dangerous in the World Around You

by David Ropeik & George Gray

An indispensable and timely guide, Risk is the authority for assessing threats to your health and safety.

We continually face new risks in our world. This essential family reference will help you understand worrisome...

Kluge: The Haphazard Evolution of the Human Mind

by Gary Marcus

How is it that we can recognize photos from our high school yearbook decades later, but cannot remember what we ate for breakfast yesterday? And why are we inclined to buy more cans of soup if the sign says...

Agaves: Living Sculptures for Landscapes and Containers

by Greg Starr

Gardeners and garden designers are having a love affair with agaves. It's easy to see why—they're low maintenance, drought-tolerant, and strikingly sculptural, with an astounding range of form and color. Many...

How to Snog a Hagfish!: Disgusting Things in the Sea

by Jonathan Eyers

From fish that eat dead skin and sharks that prey on reindeer to eels

that can turn seawater into slime and jellyfish with tentacles as long

as a train carriage, this book explores the most bizarre, the most


The Honeywood File: An Adventure in Building

by H.B. Creswell

In this first U.S. publication of a richly comic classic--originally published in England in the 1920s--the pitfalls and vicissitudes of home building are presented in sharp and unforgettable detail.

Teaming with Microbes: The Organic Gardener's Guide to the Soil Food Web, Revised Edition

by Jeff Lowenfels & Wayne Lewis

Smart gardeners know that soil is anything but an inert substance. Healthy soil is teeming with life - not just earthworms and insects, but a staggering multitude of bacteria, fungi, and other microorganisms....

The Physics of Neutrinos

by Vernon Barger, Danny Marfatia & Kerry Whisnant

The physics of neutrinos--uncharged elementary particles that are key to helping us better understand the nature of our universe--is one of the most exciting frontiers of modern science. This book provides a...

The Weather Makers: How Man Is Changing the Climate and What It Means for Life on Earth

by Tim Flannery

An international best seller embraced and endorsed by policy makers, scientists, writers and energy industry executives from around the world, Tim Flannery’s The Weather Makers contributed in bringing the...

The Dancing Universe: From Creation Myths to the Big Bang

by Marcelo Gleiser

Available again, with a new preface, a physicist's "exceptionally clear summary of 2,500 years of science and a fascinating account of the ways in which it often does intersect with spiritual beliefs" --Kirkus...

Organic Chemistry of Enzyme-Catalyzed Reactions, Revised Edition

by Richard B. Silverman

The Organic Chemistry of Enzyme-Catalyzed Reactions is not a book on enzymes, but rather a book on the general mechanisms involved in chemical reactions involving enzymes. An enzyme is a protein molecule in...

Market Orientation: Transforming Food and Agribusiness Around the Customer

by Adam Lindgreen, Martin Hingley & David Harness

This comprehensive collection of original research explores the challenges and opportunities associated with market orientation along the food supply chain; from the animal feed industry to meat retailing and...

Safety Culture: Assessing and Changing the Behaviour of Organisations

by John Bernard Taylor

Safety culture is a complex social/scientific concept and Dr Taylor demystifies it with reference to theory normally associated with mainstream business development and change processes. Sections of the book...

No Waste: Managing Sustainability in Construction

by Uly Ma

No Waste: Managing Sustainability in Construction explores sustainable construction at the micro level of good site practice, as well as looking at the competitive advantage offered by organizations using this...

Innovative Thinking in Risk, Crisis, and Disaster Management

by Simon Bennett

Simon Bennett and the expert contributors look at civil safety and security as it is affected by man-made and natural threats. They provide ideas and action plans for risk, crisis, and disaster management within...

Design Education: Learning, Teaching and Researching Through Design

by Philippa Lyon

Design Education encapsulates and analyses the research findings facilitated by the UK based Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning through Design. By examining over 40 projects, ranging in focus from...

Mixing Audio: Concepts, Practices and Tools

by Roey Izhaki

Your mix can make or break a record, and mixing is an essential catalyst for a record deal. Professional engineers with exceptional mixing skills can earn vast amounts of money and find that they are in demand...

Project Success: Critical Factors and Behaviours

by Emanuel Camilleri

In chapters dedicated to factors such as leadership, teams, communication, information management and risk management, the author shines a light on the key behaviours in which project managers and others engage...

Vulnerable Workers: Health, Safety and Well-Being

by Malcolm Sargeant & Maria Giovannone

Vulnerable Workers considers the growth of job insecurity, the prevalence of flexible or temporary work, and the emergence of precarious forms of self-employment. It looks at new market economies, where economic...

Project Management in Construction

by Dennis Lock

The one thing that all well-run, profitable construction projects have in common is that they benefit from good project managers. People who have the skills to plan the project, manage it and keep it on track...