New print acquisitions in biology

The new book display is located across from the circulation desk near the entrance of the library. The new books are only available for in-house use when they are on display. To place a hold on any of the new books, go to the SearchWorks record by clicking on the title, and select "request" next to the library availability information.

Acquisitions for the week of August 13-19

Monographs

All the world's primates. Edited by Noel Rowe and Marc Myers; foreword by Jane Goodall; introduction by Russell A. Mittermeier and Anthony B. Rylands; notes on primate taxonomy and species concepts by Colin Groves. 2016. [QL737 .P9 A55 2016]

Bacillus: cellular and molecular biology, 3rd ed. Edited by Peter L. Graumann. 2017. [QR82 .B3 B323 2017]

Biogeography of mycorrhizal symbiosis. Edited by Leho Tedersoo. Ecological studies: analysis and synthesis; volume 230. [QH541 .E22 V.230]

The Chicago guide to communicating science, 2nd ed. Scott L. Montgomery. Chicago guides to writing, editing, and publishing. 2017. [T10.5 .M65 2017]

Coexistence: the ecology and evolution of tropical biodiversity. Jan Sapp. 2016. [QH84.5 .S27 2016]

Forests, business and sustainability. Edited by Rajat Panwar, Robert Kozak, and Eric Hansen. The Earthscan forest library. 2016. [HD9750.5 .F675 2016]

The intimate bond: how animals shaped human history. Brian Fagan. 2016. [QL85 .F34 2016]

An introduction to behavioral endocrinology, 5th ed. Randy J. Nelson. 2017. [QP356.45 .N45 2017]

The little book of birds. Anne Jankeliowitch. 2017. [QL676 .J3613 2017]

The mammals of India: a systematic & cartographic review. Text, photographs, line drawings & maps by Anwaruddin Choudhury; foreword by Colin Groves. 2016. [QL729 .I4 C566 2016]

A photographic field guide to the birds of India, Pakistan, Nepal, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, and Bangladesh. Bikram Grewal. 2017. [QL691 .I4 G734 2017]

Principles of biology. Edited by Christina A. Crawford. Principles of series. 2017. [QH307.2 .P75 2017]

Soil carbon: science, management, and policy for multiple benefits. Edited by Steven A. Banwart, Elke Noellemeyer, and Eleanor Milne. SCOPE series; volume 71. 2015. [S592.6 .C36 S643 2015]

Tracks & sign of reptiles & amphibians: a guide to North American species. Filip Tkaczyk. 2015. [QL651 .T55 2015]

Warblers and other songbirds of North America: a life-size guide to every species. Paul Sterry. 2017. [QL696 .P2 S74 2017]

The wasting of Borneo: dispatches from a vanishing world. Alex Shoumatoff. 2017. [G465 .S556 2017]

Wolf conflicts: a sociological study. Ketil Skogen. Interspecies encounters; volume 1. 2017. [QL737 .C22 S599 2017]

The wonder of birds: what they tell us about ourselves, the world, and a better future. Jim Robbins. 2017. [QL676 .R63 2017]