New print books: October 21-27, 2018

Hood

The human planet

Systematic

A new basis for animal ethics

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BF371 .M78 2017

Murray, Elisabeth A., Steven P. Wise, and Kim S. Graham. 2017. The evolution of memory systems: ancestors, anatomy, and adaptations. Oxford; New York, NY: Oxford University Press. Also Digital.

GF75 .L49 2018

Lewis, Simon L., and Mark Maslin. 2018. The human planet: how we created the Anthropocene. New Haven: Yale University Press.

HV4708 .R65 2016

Rollin, Bernard E. 2016. A new basis for animal ethics: telos and common sense. Columbia, Missouri: University of Missouri Press. Also Digital.

QA3 .A4 V.231

Kaniuth, Eberhard, and Anthony To-Ming Lau. 2018. Fourier and Fourier-Stieltjes algebras on locally compact groups. Mathematical surveys and monographs; 231. Providence, Rhode Island: American Mathematical Society.

QA3 .A4 V.232

Khavinson, Dmitry, and Erik Lundberg. 2018. Linear holomorphic partial differential equations and classical potential theory. Mathematical surveys and monographs; 232. Providence, Rhode Island: American Mathematical Society.

QA154.3 .L28 2017

Lal, Ramji. 2017. Algebra 1: groups, rings, fields and arithmetic. Lal, Ramji. 2017. Algebra 1: groups, rings, fields and arithmetic. Infosys Science Foundation series. Singapore: Springer.

QA155 .L35 2017

Lal, Ramji. 2017. Algebra 2: linear algebra, Galois theory, representation theory, group extensions and Schur multiplier. Infosys Science Foundation series. Singapore: Springer.

QA276.45 .R3 K44 2018

Keen, K. J. 2018. Texts in statistical science: graphics for statistics and data analysis with R, 2nd ed. Text in statistical science. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group.

QH324.2 .V346 2017

Valcourt, James R. 2017. Systematic: how systems biology is transforming modern medicine. New York, NY: Bloomsbury Sigma.

QH429.2 .H66 T56 2016

Timmerman, Luke D., Tracy Cutchlow, and Robert Simison. 2016. Hood. [United States]: [Luke D. Timmerman].

QL475 .N9 H34 2006

Haggard, Peter, and Judy Haggard. 2006. Insects of the Pacific Northwest. Timber Press field guide. Portland: Timber Press.

QL696 .P7 L4 2018 F

Lear, Edward, Francesco Solinas, Sophia Willmann, and Rainer Willmann. 2018. The parrots = Die papageien = Les perroquets, 1830-1832: illustrations of the family of psittacidae. Köln: Taschen.

QR41.2 .P74 2017

Willey, Joanne M., Linda Sherwood, Christopher J. Woolverton, and Lansing M. Prescott. 2017. Prescott's microbiology, 10th ed. New York, NY: Mcgraw-Hill Education.

SF55 .A66 P37 2017

Ahearn, Ariell, Troy Sternberg, and Allison Hahn. 2017. Pastoralist livelihoods in Asian drylands: environment, governance and risk. Indigenous perspectives on pastoralism, policy and the environment. Winwick, Cambridgeshire: The White Horse Press.

SF406 .M36 2018

Weichbrod, Robert H., Gail A. Thompson, and John N. Norton. 2018. Management of animal care and use programs in research, education, and testing, 2nd ed. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press.

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