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Humanities & Social Sciences


MARK WALKER New Mexico State University, USA

✤ A controversial yet rigorous argument that demonstrates the moral imperative for mass distribution of ‘happy-pills’, based on the wellbeing of the individual and society ✤ Challenges fundamental conceptions of illness and treatment ✤ Brings together the philosophy, psychology and biology of happiness ✤ Maps the development of the next generation of positive mood pharmacology READERSHIP: All levels of Undergraduate and Postgraduate students in Philosophy, Psychology, Social Sciences and Medical Ethics; Also written to be entirely accessible to the general non-specialist reader

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Dispossession: The Performative in the Political

Happy-PeoplePills For All

PHILOSOPHY

Happy-People-Pills For All

POLITY

Conversations with Athena Athanasiou

JUDITH BUTLER & ATHENA ATHANASIOU University of California, Berkeley, USA; Panteion University, Athens, Greece

✤ Accessible new book from one of the world’s leading critical theorists ✤ Examines what it means to be a dispossessed citizen today, the power relations involved, and citizen activism ✤ Engaging and thought-provoking text that discusses key contemporary events such as the Arab Spring and the Occupy movement ✤ Goes beyond the conventional understanding of dispossession to discuss how an alternative and affective economy of bodies in public is being formed READERSHIP: Undergraduate students and above studying gender and cultural studies and general readers interested in the work of Judith Butler SERIES: PCVS-POLITY CONVERSATIONS SERIES

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Double Oblivion of the Ourang-Outang

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HÉLĂˆNE CIXOUS Paris VIII UniversitĂŠ, Paris, France

✤ Cixous is generally regarded as one of the leading, if not the leading French feminist author writing today ✤ This book tells the story of how the author re-discovers a box containing a manuscript from over fifty years ago, which leads to reflections on literary creativity, memory, identity and dreams ✤ The title refers to Baudelaire’s translation of a text by Edgar Allen Poe set in Paris in which the perpetrator of two murders is revealed to be an escaped orangutan, or ‘ourang-outang’, who has no motive for the crimes, raising questions about how we contain threats READERSHIP: Students and scholars in literature, literary studies, gender studies, feminist studies; general readers and followers of Cixous

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ŽiŞek Now!

POLITY

Current Perspectives in ŽiŞek Studies

JAMIL KHADER & MOLLY ANNE ROTHENBERG (EDS) Stetson University, DeLand, USA; Tulane University, New Orleans, USA

✤ The first assessment of the utility and far-reaching implications of Ĺ˝iĹžek’s work in the disciplines of the so-called human sciences ✤ Well-known scholars analyse the difference Ĺ˝iĹžek’s work makes or has the potential to make in their chosen field ✤ The volume offers chapters on topics as varied as quantum physics and Ĺ˝iĹžek’s transcendentalist materialist theory of the subject, Hegel’s absolute, materialist Christianity, postcolonial violence, eco-politics, mashups and digital culture ✤ Contributors to the volume include Adrian Johnston, Todd McGowan, Bruno Bosteels, Erik Vogt, Verena Conley, David Gunkel, Joshua Ramey, Jamil Khader, and Ĺ˝iĹžek himself READERSHIP: Students and scholars across the humanities and social sciences with interests in relevant theoretical topics, as well as readers and followers of Ĺ˝iĹžek

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PHILOSOPHY

The Mystery of Existence EDITED BY JOHN LESLIE & ROBERT LAWRENCE KUHN University of Guelph, Canada; Creator and Co-Host of Closer to the Truth PBS Television Series & Media Commentator on Science and Philosophy

✤ Compelling study of the origins of the material world that traces the responses of philosophers and scientists to the most elemental and haunting question of all: why is anything here? ✤ Includes the thoughts of dozens of luminaries from Plato and Aristotle to Stephen Hawking and the Dalai Lama ✤ Features material by scientists, philosophers, and theologians ✤ Includes informative and helpful editorial introductions to each section and a wealth of suggestions for further reading and research READERSHIP: University students undertaking courses in philosophy and related subjects; science and physics students seeking contextual commentary; and general readers

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The Transhumanist Reader Classical and Contemporary Essays on the Science, Technology, and Philosophy of the Human Future

EDITED BY MAX MORE & NATASHA VITA-MORE

The Transhumanist Reader

President and CEO of the Alcor Life Extension Foundation, the world’s leading cryogenics organization; Author and expert on human enhancement and emerging and speculative technologies

✤ The first book to present a reliable and comprehensive survey of the origins and current state of transhumanist thinking about the future of humanity ✤ Pioneers the key philosophical arguments for and against human enhancement, the inevitability of life extension, and the possible solutions to growing social and ethical concerns ✤ Explores the scope of the effects of human innovation in areas such as nanotechnology and artificial intelligence, and what has been referred to as a technological singularity READERSHIP: Upper level undergraduate and graduate level students for courses in Philosophy, Cognitive Science, Theory, Design Psychology, Industrial Design, Future Studies, Culture Studies, Gay and Lesbian Studies, and others; also for academics and researchers

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Minerva’s Night Out Philosophy, Pop Culture, and Moving Pictures

EDITED BY NOĂ‹L CARROLL University of Wisconsin, USA

Minerva’s Night Out

✤ Addresses a wide range of topics in the philosophy of popular culture ✤ Written by Noel Carroll, one of popular culture’s best known philosophical theorists ✤ Includes discussion of the nature of popular culture as well as detailed treatment of particular examples ✤ Discussion of topics ranges from film to dance, horror to humour READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate level students for courses in philosophy of film, philosophy of popular culture, or film and popular culture; also for general readers interested in these topics and the work of Noel Carroll

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Paradoxes

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ROY T. COOK University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, USA

✤ This is a new in the Key Concepts in Philosophy series focusing on the core and difficult topic of paradoxes ✤ An accessible and entertaining introduction to the study of paradoxes, in which the author provides a detailed examination of a wide variety of paradoxes, including helpful exercises and further reading sections at the end of each chapter ✤ He concentrates on four types of paradoxes: the semantic paradoxes involving truth, the set-theoretic paradoxes involving arbitrary collections of objects, the Soritical paradoxes involving vague concepts, and the epistemic paradoxes involving knowledge and belief READERSHIP: Both undergraduate and graduate students of philosophy SERIES: POLITY KEY CONCEPTS IN PHILOSOPHY

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JĂœRGEN HABERMAS Johann Wolfgang Goethe University of Frankfurt, Germany

✤ An important work in which one of the leading philosophers of our time examines the ideas of some of his predecessors and contemporaries ✤ Among the thinkers discussed are Heidegger, Jaspers, Bloch, Adorno, Benjamin, Marcuse, Arendt and Gadamer ✤ This book sheds valuable light not only on the ideas of these thinkers but also on the formation of Habermas’s own work, as some of these thinkers had a profound influence on him READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates, graduates and academics in philosophy, politics, sociology and the social sciences and humanities generally

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Against Epistemology

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Philosophical-Political Profiles

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THEODOR W. ADORNO ✤ This is a re-issue of a classic book by one of the leading philosophers of the twentieth century ✤ While written as a critique of Husserl’s phenomenology, this book is at the same time a much broader critique of philosophy and epistemology ✤ Here Adorno outlines many of the ideas that have since become central to modern philosophy, such as the critique of foundationalism, the illusions of idealism and the end of epistemology ✤ Polity is Adorno’s primary publisher in English and the re-issue of this important book is a significant addition to the corpus of Adorno’s work in English READERSHIP: Students and scholars in sociology, philosophy, literature and cultural studies

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The Blackwell Guide to Ethical Theory 2nd Edition

EDITED BY HUGH LAFOLLETTE & INGMAR PERSSON University of South Florida St. Petersburg, USA; University of Gothenburg, Sweden, & University of Oxford, UK

✤ A new edition of this successful and highly regarded Guide, now reorganized and updated with the addition of significant new material ✤ Includes 23 essays written by an international team of leading philosophers ✤ Essays new to this edition cover evolution and ethics, capability ethics, virtues and consequences, and the implausibility of virtue ethics ✤ Extensive, substantive essays develop the main arguments of all the leading viewpoints in ethical theory READERSHIP: Undergraduate students and instructors in philosophy, religious studies, and related fields; general readers SERIES: BLACKWELL PHILOSOPHY GUIDES

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Contemporary Metaethics

POLITY

An Introduction 2nd Edition

ALEXANDER MILLER University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand

✤ New edition of this highly readable introduction to contemporary metaethics which provides a critical overview of the main arguments and themes in twentieth- and twenty-first-century contemporary metaethics ✤ Traces the development of contemporary debates in metaethics from the work of G. E. Moore up to the most recent arguments between naturalism and non-naturalism, cognitivism and non-cognitivism ✤ This book addresses all the key theories and ideas in the field, from Moore’s attack on ethical naturalism to anti-realist and best opinion accounts of moral truth and the non-reductionist naturalism of the ‘Cornell realists’ ✤ As well as revisiting the whole terrain with revised and updated guides to further reading, Miller also introduces major new sections on the revolutionary fictionalism of Richard Joyce and the hermeneutic fictionalism of Mark Kalderon READERSHIP: Philosophy undergraduates and postgraduates taking introductory courses in meta-ethics

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An Introduction to Ontology

POLITY

NIKK EFFINGHAM University of Birmingham, UK

✤ An engaging and wide-ranging new book that provides an introduction to contemporary ontology ✤ Effingham covers the key topics in the field, from the ontology of holes, numbers and possible worlds, to space, time and the ontology of material objects - for instance, whether there are composite objects such as tables, chairs or even you and me ✤ As well as discussing the latest issues in ontology, Effingham also helpfully deals in-depth with different methodological principles (including theory choice, Quinean ontological commitment and Meinongianism) and introduces them alongside an example ontological theory that puts them into practice READERSHIP: Philosophy students: core reading for upper-level undergraduate courses in ontology and metaphysics generally, secondary reading for courses in philosophy of mathematics and aesthetics, as well as some MA conversion courses

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Race

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A PHILOSOPHICAL INTRODUCTION 2nd Edition

PAUL C. TAYLOR Pennsylvania State University, University Park, USA

✤ Fully updated and revised edition of this comprehensive but accessible introduction to philosophical race theory ✤ Blends metaphysics and social philosophy, analytic philosophy and pragmatic philosophy of experience and engages the ideas of such important figures as Linda Alcoff, K. Anthony Appiah, W. E. B. Du Bois, Michel Foucault and Howard Winant ✤ Taylor examines key topics such as mixed-race identity and white supremacy as well as timely examinations of racially fraught issues of policing, immigration, and global justice READERSHIP: Students in philosophy, sociology and ethnic studies who are studying race and ethnicity

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International Encyclopedia of Ethics EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: HUGH LAFOLLETTE University of South Florida St. Petersburg, USA

ASSOCIATE EDITORS: JOHN DEIGH & SARAH STROUD University at Texas Austin, USA, & McGill University, Canada

â€œâ€Śnot just an indispensable resource for both students and scholars, but one that invites the kind of spontaneous browsing that can creatively transform scholarship.â€? Jennifer A. Herdt, Yale University â€œâ€Śan outstanding guide to current thinking about ethics.â€? Peter Singer, Princeton University “This 9 volume masterpiece draws on the expertise of more than 600 authors from 23 countries, to present the most comprehensive reference work ever devoted to the field of ethics.â€? Larry S. Temkin, Rutgers University ✤ Comprises over 700 entries, ranging from 1000 to 10,000 words in length, written by an international cast of subject experts ✤ Is arranged across 8 fully cross-referenced volumes, plus a comprehensive index volume ✤ Provides clear definitions and explanations of all areas of ethics including the topics, movements, arguments, and key figures in Normative Ethics, Metaethics, and Practical Ethics ✤ Covers the major philosophical, legal and religious traditions ✤ Offers an unprecedented level of authority, accuracy and balance with all entries being blind peer-reviewed READERSHIP: Students, scholars and professionals working across the field of ethics

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EDITED BY CHRISTOPHER FALZON, TIMOTHY O’LEARY & JANA SAWICKI University of Newcastle, Australia; University of Hong Kong; Williams College, Western Massachusetts, USA

✤ Features a collection of essays from established and emerging scholars that represent the most extensive anthology of French philosopher Michel Foucault’s works available to date ✤ Surveys Foucault’s major works and others that approach his work from a range of thematic angles ✤ Offers extensive analyses of Foucault’s recently published lecture courses from the College de France ✤ Contains the first translation of the extensive ‘Chronology’ of Foucault’s life and works written by Foucault’s life-partner Daniel Defert READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate and graduate level students for courses that include philosophy, gender studies, queer studies, cultural studies, politics, social theory, and others; also for scholars and researchers SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO PHILOSOPHY

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A Companion to Foucault

A Companion to the Philosophy of Time EDITED BY ADRIAN BARDON & HEATHER DYKE Wake Forest University, North Carolina, USA; University of Otago, New Zealand

✤ Explores the nature and experience of time, as well as the history of the philosophy of time ✤ Highlights the contributions of major thinkers from the pre-Socratic period to the present ✤ Surveys the latest philosophical work on the physics, metaphysics, and cognitive science of time and time-awareness ✤ Exceeds all previous texts in providing the most comprehensive coverage of the field of the philosophy of time READERSHIP: Graduate and advanced undergraduate courses in the philosophy of space and time, metaphysics, and the philosophy of science SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO PHILOSOPHY

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A Companion to Buddhist Philosophy EDITED BY STEVEN M. EMMANUEL Virginia Wesleyan College, USA

✤ Presents a comprehensive survey of the most important ideas, problems, and debates in the history of Buddhist philosophy ✤ Written by the leading scholars in the field ✤ Covers the traditional areas of Buddhist philosophy (metaphysics, epistemology/logic, and ethics), and also includes sections on social and political thought, and meditation – its contemporary issues and applications READERSHIP: Undergraduate students and instructors in philosophy, religious studies, and related fields SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO PHILOSOPHY

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Identity and Discrimination Reissued and Updated Edition

TIMOTHY WILLIAMSON University of Oxford, UK

✤ Thoroughly revised new edition of Williamson’s first publication, with the inclusion of significant new material, available for the first time in 20 years ✤ Argues for an original cognitive account of the relation between identity and discrimination that has been influential in the philosophy of perception ✤ Pioneers the use of epistemic logic to solve puzzles about indiscriminability ✤ Develops the application of techniques from mathematical logic to understand issues about identity over time and across possible worlds READERSHIP: Graduate students in philosophy, suitable for use in classes on epistemology, metaphysics, and the philosophy of perception; professional philosophers

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RELIGION

The Future of the Philosophy of Religion KEVIN SCHILBRACK Western Carolina University, USA

✤ Advocates a radical transformation of the discipline from its current, narrow focus on questions of God, to a fully global form of critical reflection on religions ✤ Opens up debates within philosophy of religion to encompass the religious diversity that characterizes the world today ✤ Builds bridges between philosophy of religion and the other interpretative and explanatory approaches in the field of religious studies ✤ Provides a manifesto for a global approach to the subject that is a practice-centred rather than a belief-centred activity READERSHIP: Advanced-level undergraduates, postgraduates, and faculty of religious studies and philosophy SERIES: BLACKWELL MANIFESTOS

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No God, No Science Theology, Cosmology, Biology

MICHAEL HANBY Catholic University of America, USA

✤ Questions whether creationism and evolution are mutually exclusive terms, providing startling new insights into the potential for science and religion to coexist in the modern world ✤ Offers a provocative analysis of the theoretical and historical relationship between theology, metaphysics, and science ✤ Presents an original interpretation of the philosophical meaning of Darwinian biology, arguing that the doctrine of creation is integral to the intelligibility of the world ✤ Retrieves the Christian doctrine of creation from the distortions imposed upon it by positivist science and evolutionary biology READERSHIP: Advanced-level students of science and religion, theology and metaphysics, and philosophy of religion; also for philosophers and theologians SERIES: ILLUMINATIONS: THEORY & RELIGION

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Understanding Theories of Religion An Introduction 2nd Edition

IVAN STRENSKI University of California, Riverside, USA

✤ A new edition of this introductory text exploring the core methods and theorists in religion, spanning the 16th century through to the latest theoretical trends ✤ Features an entirely new section covering religion and postmodernism; race, sex, and gender; and religion and postcolonialism ✤ Examines the development of religious theories through the work of classic and contemporary figures from the history of anthropology, sociology, psychology, philosophy, and theology ✤ Student-friendly features include chapter introductions, summaries, biographical vignettes, and a timeline READERSHIP: Second-year undergraduates in the study of religion, or religion and philosophy, anthropology, or sociology

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Death and Dying in World Religions ANGELA SUMEGI Carleton University, Canada

✤ A comprehensive survey of how death, dying, and the afterlife are understood across the world’s major religions ✤ Draws on examples from Christian, Jewish, Hindu, Buddhist, and Shamanic perspectives ✤ Explores shared and differing views of death, including the nature of death itself, the reasons for it according to different faiths, religious rituals, and our response to it ✤ Uses an accessible thematic structure to facilitate a broader comparative understanding READERSHIP: Second-year undergraduates and above in religious studies, comparative religion, and those studying relevant courses in anthropology and sociology

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An Introduction to Religious Demography

TODD M. JOHNSON & BRIAN J. GRIM Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, USA; Pew Research Center’s Forum on Religion & Public Life, Washington, D.C., USA

✤ Offers the first comprehensive overview of international religious demography – detailing what we know about religious adherents around the world, and how we know it ✤ Examines religious freedom and diversity, including agnostics and atheists, on a global scale, highlighting trends over the past 100 years and projecting estimations for 2050 ✤ Written by two of the field’s leading figures, it outlines the issues and challenges related to definitions, taxonomies, sources, and other research techniques

RELIGION

The World’s Religions in Figures

✤ Considers data from religious communities and censuses, alongside case studies on the global Muslim population, religion in China, and the religious demography of South Sudan READERSHIP: Upper-level students, scholars, and specialists in the fields of world religions, religious studies, history, sociology, and political science

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A Brief History of Spirituality 2nd Edition

PHILIP SHELDRAKE Cambridge Theological Federation, UK

✤ A comprehensively revised and expanded edition, telling the story of Christian spirituality from its origins in the New Testament right up to the present day ✤ Includes new chapters on the nature and meaning of spirituality, and on spirituality’s development in the 21st century, and expands coverage of topics including mysticism ✤ Written by one of the world’s leading scholars in spirituality, it charts the main figures, ideas, images, and historical periods, showing how and why it has evolved ✤ Explores the interplay between culture, geography, and spirituality, taking a global perspective by tracing continental spiritual developments READERSHIP: Undergraduate students, postgraduates, and faculty within Christian spirituality SERIES: BLACKWELL BRIEF HISTORIES OF RELIGION

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Buddhism and Modernity LIONEL OBADIA University of Lyon, France

✤ Provides an innovative overview of the relationship between Buddhism and modernity ✤ Combines the findings of anthropological fieldwork with case studies, and reflects on theories and research undertaken by other scholars in the field ✤ Considers the encounters of Buddhism with modernist ideologies, psychology, new technologies and capitalism, and explores the connections between these ✤ Takes a sophisticated, carefully sceptical approach to the subject, calling into question the ways that ‘Buddhism’ and ‘modernity’ have been previously defined READERSHIP: Undergraduate students and above of Buddhism and Asian religions, Western Buddhism, or Buddhism and modernity; faculty within religious studies

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The Student’s Companion to the Theologians

NEW IN PAPERBACK

EDITED BY IAN S. MARKHAM Virginia Theological Seminary, USA

✤ A substantial reference work, bringing together over 75 entries on the most important and influential theologians in the history of Christianity ✤ Structured accessibly around five periods: early centuries, middle ages, the reformation, the Enlightenment, and the twentieth-century to the present ✤ Locates each theologian in their immediate context, summarizes the themes of their work, and explains their significance ✤ Provides profiles of key Catholic, protestant, evangelical, and progressive theologians READERSHIP: First-year undergraduates and above of theology and religion SERIES: WILEY-BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO RELIGION

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RELIGION

Lamentations Through the Centuries PAUL M. JOYCE & DIANA LIPTON University of Oxford, UK; Tel Aviv University & The Hebrew University of Jerusalem’s Rothberg International School, Israel

✤ Covers two and a half millennia of literary, theological, and cultural responses to Lamentations, and its unflinching account of the devastation wreaked by war ✤ Explores a kaleidoscope of examples ranging from the Dead Sea Scrolls to Zimbabwean junk sculpture ✤ Deploys ‘reception exegesis’, a new genre of commentary that creatively blends reception history and biblical exegesis ✤ Offers sensitive treatment of challenging theological and psychological responses to one of the most disturbing books of the Hebrew Bible READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates, graduates, and faculty studying the Hebrew Bible, Old Testament studies, or biblical studies SERIES: BLACKWELL BIBLE COMMENTARIES

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Galatians Through the Centuries

NEW IN PAPERBACK

JOHN RICHES Formerly University of Glasgow, UK

✤ Traces the influence and history of this important New Testament book, demonstrating the crucial role it has played in the development of diverse forms of Christian spirituality ✤ Focuses on verses, themes, or arguments that have been the subject of particularly influential readings ✤ Considers the influence of Galatians on a wide range of theological figures, including Chrysostom, Augustine, and Luther ✤ New in paperback in this innovative reception history series which focuses on a broad spectrum of interpretations, rather than the traditional verse-by-verse analysis typical in Bible commentaries READERSHIP: Upper-level undergraduates, postgraduates, and faculty within biblical studies, Jewish studies, and the Bible and literature SERIES: BLACKWELL BIBLE COMMENTARIES

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The Wiley-Blackwell Companion to the Anglican Communion EDITED BY IAN S. MARKHAM, J. BARNEY HAWKINS IV, LESLIE NUĂ‘EZ STEFFENSEN & JUSTYN TERRY All of Virginia Theological Seminary, USA

✤ A uniquely comprehensive and global account of the history, development, key issues, and contemporary debates of the Anglican church ✤ Explores every aspect of this vibrant religious community – home to the third-largest Christian denomination – from analyzing its instruments of Unity, to its central role in interfaith communication ✤ Features a full directory of each of the Church’s 44 provinces, including a brief history of each ✤ Brings together a distinguished and international team of contributors, including some of the world’s leading Anglican commentators READERSHIP: Advanced-level undergraduates, postgraduates, and faculty of Christian theology and comparative religion SERIES: WILEY-BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO RELIGION

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Rethinking Christian Identity Doctrine and Discipleship

MEDI ANN VOLPE Durham University, UK

✤ Explores the question of what makes a Christian in the twenty-first century, challenging commonly accepted ideas of Christian identity by revealing how sin affects Christian formation ✤ Engages with contemporary theological ideas by assessing the work of leading theologians, Kathryn Tanner, Rowan Williams, and John Milbank ✤ Draws these contemporary theologians into conversation with the work of Gregory of Nyssa, to show how formation is integral to any account of Christian identity ✤ Contributes to vexed debates about identity at a time when Christianity is expanding in some regions, yet in decline in many parts of the Western world READERSHIP: Graduate students and faculty in theology, Christianity, religion and culture, and contemporary religious issues SERIES: CHALLENGES IN CONTEMPORARY THEOLOGY

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2nd Edition

GREGORY CASTLE Arizona State University, USA

✤ A new edition of this successful, student-friendly text, with updated chapters and new sections on contemporary theories ✤ Includes a detailed history of theory and in-depth discussions of major theories and movements ✤ Includes alphabetically-arranged biographies designed for quick reference, and sample readings to illustrate practical applications ✤ Designed to be used alongside primary texts as an introduction to theory and model for performing literary analysis

The Literary Theory Handbook

LITERATURE

The Literary Theory Handbook

READERSHIP: Undergraduates of literary theory; general readers with an interest in literary criticism and interpretation, theory and aesthetics SERIES: BLACKWELL GUIDES TO LITERATURE

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A BrontĂŤ Encyclopedia

NEW IN PAPERBACK

ROBERT BARNARD & LOUISE BARNARD Freelance writer, and formerly University of Tromso, Norway

✤ A complete guide to the life and work of the most notable literary family of the 19th century, including coverage of Charlotte’s unfinished novels and her and Branwell’s juvenile writings ✤ Brings to light the significant people and places that influenced the BrontĂŤs’ lives, helping to define and describe their fictional characters and settings ✤ Incorporates original literary judgments and analyses of characters and motives ✤ Comprises approximately 2,000 alphabetically arranged entries and over 60 illustrations READERSHIP: Students, academics, and general readers with a special interest in the BrontĂŤ family and 19th-century fiction

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John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester

NEW IN PAPERBACK

The Poems and Lucina’s Rape

EDITED BY KEITH WALKER & NICHOLAS FISHER Late of University of Oxford, UK; University of London, UK

✤ A thoroughly revised and updated version of the acclaimed 1984 edition of Rochester’s poems edited by Keith Walker ✤ Includes the text of Lucina’s Rape, Rochester’s adaptation of Fletcher’s revenge tragedy Valentinian, in a text that readily identifies Rochester’s revisions ✤ Presents the poems in versions that were current during Rochester’s lifetime, allowing the reader to experience the poems as Rochester’s contemporaries did ✤ Incorporates insights and discoveries made over the last twenty-five years READERSHIP: Students and scholars of seventeenth-century English literature, and the interested general reader

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After Globalization

NEW IN PAPERBACK

ERIC CAZDYN & IMRE SZEMAN University of Toronto, Canada; University of Alberta, Canada

✤ Offers a new way of thinking about what globalization was and what this means for how globalization still operates as a social narrative ✤ Re-animates a discussion and debate about globalization which seems to have been shelved since the recent financial crisis ✤ Explores the work of Thomas Friedman, Richard Florida, Paul Krugman and Naomi Klein in the light of new theses about globalization ✤ Accessible to a non-academic audience READERSHIP: Students and scholars of sociology, cultural theory, globalisation and related fields SERIES: BLACKWELL MANIFESTOS

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LITERATURE

A Dictionary of Cultural and Critical Theory

NEW IN PAPERBACK

2nd Edition

EDITED BY MICHAEL PAYNE & JESSICA RAE BARBERA Bucknell University, USA; Pittsburgh University, USA

✤ The second edition of this successful dictionary has been updated to feature over 40 new entries including pieces on Alain Badiou, Ecocriticism, Online Social Networks, Ordinary Language Philosophy, and Graphic Narrative ✤ Includes reflective, broad-ranging articles from leading theorists including Julia Kristeva, Stanley Cavell, and Simon Critchley ✤ Features a fully updated bibliography ✤ An invaluable dictionary for students of a diverse range of disciplines READERSHIP: Students and scholars in disciplines including literature, film studies, cultural studies, linguistics, philosophy, history, theology, and politics

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A Companion to the Modern American Novel 1900 –1950

NEW IN PAPERBACK

EDITED BY JOHN T. MATTHEWS Boston University, USA

✤ A comprehensive resource for the study of the modern American novel, bringing together 28 original essays from leading scholars ✤ Allows readers to orient individual works and authors in their principal cultural and social contexts ✤ Includes minority voices, such as those of African American novelists, and popular subgenres, such as detective fiction ✤ Suggests the many ways that “modern�, “American� and “fiction� carry new meanings in the twenty-first century READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate and graduate students of modern American fiction SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO LITERATURE AND CULTURE

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A Companion to Digital Literary Studies

NEW IN PAPERBACK

EDITED BY RAY SIEMENS & SUSAN SCHREIBMAN University of Victoria, Canada; Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

✤ The only comprehensive collection of seminal works available to meet the needs of this growing area of inquiry ✤ Brings together specially-commissioned articles by leading scholars, theorists, and writers to give an extensive examination of how new technologies are changing the nature of literary studies ✤ Focuses on methods and perspectives, new genres, formatting issues, and best practices for digital preservation ✤ Explores the new genres of hypertext literature, installations, gaming, and web blogs READERSHIP: Upper level students and teachers of digital literature and hypertext studies SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO LITERATURE AND CULTURE

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A Companion to the Global Renaissance English Literature and Culture in the Era of Expansion

EDITED BY JYOTSNA G. SINGH Michigan State University, USA

✤ An innovative collection that offers a new history of globalization by exploring its influences on English culture and literature of the early modern period ✤ Illustrates how twentieth-century globalization was the result of a lengthy and complex historical process linked to capitalism and colonialism ✤ Explores vital topics such as East-West relations and Islam; visual representations of cultural ‘others’; and gender struggles READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates, postgraduates, and faculty within Renaissance literature, culture, art, history, and ethnography SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO LITERATURE AND CULTURE

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NEW IN PAPERBACK

EDITED BY GENE ANDREW JARRETT Boston University, USA

✤ Provides a comprehensive, chronological overview of African American literature from its earliest origins ✤ Looks at the rise of antislavery literature in the decades leading into the Civil War ✤ Offers a full assessment of the modern development of contemporary African American cultural media, literary aesthetics, and political ideologies ✤ Explores the various forms, themes, genres, historical contexts, and major authors of the field, with essays from leading established literary scholars as well as newer voices READERSHIP: Undergraduate and postgraduates taking courses in African American Literature and African American Studies; scholars interested in the latest critical approaches to these fields SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO LITERATURE AND CULTURE

LITERATURE

A Companion to African American Literature

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A Companion to Latin American Literature and Culture

NEW IN PAPERBACK

EDITED BY SARA CASTRO-KLAREN Johns Hopkins University, USA

✤ This collection reflects the changes that have taken place in cultural theory and literary criticism since the latter part of the twentieth century ✤ Explores the work of authors such as Jorge Luis Borges, Mario Vargas Llosa, Octavio Paz, and Diamela Eltit ✤ Discusses historical and theoretical contexts, forms and genres ✤ Extends beyond a purely literary analysis to explore architecture, music, and film READERSHIP: Students and scholars of Latin American Literature, Culture, and History SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO LITERATURE AND CULTURE

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A Guide to Early Printed Books and Manuscripts

NEW IN PAPERBACK

MARK BLAND DeMontfort University, UK

✤ An introduction to analytical bibliography based almost exclusively on new primary research enhanced with fresh illustrations ✤ Introduces the language and concepts used in book history and textual scholarship ✤ Explains the complex process of viewing documents as artefacts, showing readers how to describe documents properly and how to read their physical properties ✤ Winner, Honourable Mention for Literature, Language and Linguistics, American Publishers Prose Awards, 2010 READERSHIP: Students and scholars of book history; also for general readers with an interest in book history and textual scholarship

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NEW IN PAPERBACK A Concise Companion to Contemporary British and Irish Drama

EDITED BY NADINE HOLDSWORTH University of Warwick, UK

✤ Focusing on major and emerging playwrights, institutions, and various theatre practices, this Concise Companion examines the key issues in British and Irish theatre since 1979 ✤ Compiles 14 essays written by leading international scholars in the field ✤ Explores the social, political, and cultural contexts within which specific aspects of British and Irish theatre have emerged ✤ Analyzes key issues, forms, the use of new technologies, and the practice of physical theatre READERSHIP: Students and scholars of Contemporary Drama, Theatre, and Performance Studies SERIES: CONCISE COMPANIONS TO LITERATURE AND CULTURE

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LITERATURE / LINGUISTICS

A Handbook of Middle English Studies EDITED BY MARION TURNER University of Oxford, UK

✤ Brings together 26 new essays by leading scholars that explore the relationship between critical theory and late medieval literature ✤ Sets the new standard for an introduction to the study of late medieval literature ✤ Showcases the most current cutting-edge theoretical research ✤ Demonstrates a range of approaches to late medieval literature READERSHIP: Undergraduate and postgraduate students and scholars of late medieval literature SERIES: CRITICAL THEORY HANDBOOKS

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Breaking the Book JUDY MANDELL Texas A&M University, USA

✤ A manifesto on the cognitive consequences and emotional effects of human interactions with physical books that reveals why the traditional humanities disciplines are resistant to “digital� humanities ✤ Gathers together the most important book history and literary criticism concerning the hundred years leading up to the early 19th-century emergence of mass print culture ✤ Argues that it is mass-print-conditioned thinking that makes it necessary to choose between technological determinism and self-determination ✤ A thought-provoking read for anyone interested in book history READERSHIP: Upper-level students and scholars of Digital Humanities SERIES: BLACKWELL MANIFESTOS

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Reading Paradise Lost DAVID HOPKINS University of Glasgow, UK

✤ A nuanced, unified vision of the poem from a celebrated authority on English poetry of the period ✤ Provides a welcome aesthetic focus on the poetic experience of reading Milton’s epic rather than its religious or political context ✤ Includes consideration of the poem’s earlier champions and critics ✤ Passionately advocates Paradise Lost’s continuing artistic and philosophical relevance READERSHIP: Upper-level students and scholars of John Milton, seventeenth-century English literature, and renaissance poetry SERIES: BLACKWELL READING POETRY

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Psycholinguistics of Bilingualism FRANÇOIS GROSJEAN & PING LI University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland; Pennsylvania State University, USA

✤ Provides a comprehensive introduction to the foundations of bilingualism, covering language processing, language acquisition, cognition and memory, and the bilingual brain ✤ Introduces students to methodological approaches currently employed in the field, including observation, experimentation, verbal and computational modelling, and brain imaging ✤ Examines spoken and written language processing, simultaneous and successive language acquisition, bilingual memory and cognitive effects, and neurolinguistic and neuro-computational models of the bilingual brain ✤ Written in an accessible style by two of the field’s leading researchers, together with contributions from internationally-renowned scholars READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate students of psycholinguistics, language acquisition, bilingualism, and cognitive science

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LINGUISTICS / FILM STUDIES

Articulatory Phonetics BRYAN GICK, IAN WILSON & DONALD DERRICK University of British Columbia, Canada; University of Aizu, Japan; New Zealand Institute of Language, Brain and Behaviour, Christchurch & The Marcs Institute, Sydney, Australia

✤ A concise and non-technical introduction to the basic anatomy and physiological processes involved in producing sounds in human speech ✤ Covers the nervous system, muscles, respiration, and phonation, and introduces more complex anatomical concepts of human speech, including brain anatomy and coarticulation ✤ Explores the most current methodologies, measurement tools, and theories in the field ✤ Features chapter-by-chapter exercises, original illustrations, and online resources including additional exercises, an answer key for lecturers, and easy-to-understand images of the vocal tract and measurement tools READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates, graduate-level students, and researchers in phonetics and phonology within linguistics and speech sciences

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Avanzando Gramatica Espanola y Lectura 7th Edition

CARMEN SALAZAR, RAFAEL ARIAS & SARA L. DE LA VEGA All of Los Angeles Valley College

✤ Written in Spanish with clear and simple grammar explanations ✤ Incorporates updated vocabulary and topics covering new technology ✤ Grammar explanations and cultural presentations are provided in straightforward, easy-to-understand Spanish with numerous examples, contextualised exercises and activities ✤ Complemented by a selection of short stories by well-known Spanish and Latin American writers READERSHIP: Intermediate level Spanish Readers

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Con brio Beginning Spanish 3rd Edition

MARIA C. LUCAS MURILLO & LAILA M. DAWSON Black Hawk College - Moline, Illinois; University of Richmond

✤ Retains the hallmarks of the previous edition, helping gain the confidence and skills needed to use Spanish in class as well as in everyday life

Con brio

✤ Offers a twelve chapter Introductory Spanish programme ✤ Addresses the needs of a broad audience through a highly practical approach ✤ Focuses on useful vocabulary, frequently used functional grammar and cultural content relevant to everyday interactions READERSHIP: Introductory level Spanish Readers and Students

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Hitchcock’s America

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MURRAY POMERANCE Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada

✤ Accessible and engaging analysis of Hitchcock’s portrayal of 1940s, 50s and 60s America written by a leading film scholar ✤ Considers a wide variety of Hitchcock’s Hollywood-made films ✤ Examines themes such as American social class and social forms, the American marriage and American values in a consumer age ✤ The author shows how Hitchcock thrived amidst the complex social expectations that were prevalent in America at the time READERSHIP: Students of film studies, especially taking courses on Hitchcock, general readers and film enthusiasts SERIES: PALS-POLITY AMERICA THROUGH THE LENS SERIES

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FILM STUDIES

Spike Lee’s America

POLITY

DAVID STERRITT National Society of Film Critics

✤ An engaging and close textual analysis of Spike Lee’s films ✤ Written in a lively and often provocative style that covers the entire span of Lee’s career, from his beginnings as a no-budget independent to his 2010 production ‘Inside Man 2’ ✤ The author is very well-known and well-respected in the field and is currently the Chair of the National Society of Film Critics READERSHIP: Students of film studies, American studies, popular culture, general readers SERIES: PALS-POLITY AMERICA THROUGH THE LENS SERIES

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Hollywood Stardom PAUL MCDONALD University of Nottingham, UK

✤ By integrating star studies and film industry studies, Hollywood Stardom reveals the inextricable bonds between culture and commerce in contemporary notions of film stardom ✤ Offers the first extensive analysis of stardom in the ‘post-studio’ era ✤ Combines genre, narrative, acting, and discourse analysis with aspects of marketing theory and the economic analysis of the film market ✤ Draws on an extensive body of research data not previously deployed in film scholarship to cover a wide range of star examples, including George Clooney, Tom Cruise, Daniel Day-Lewis, Will Smith, and Julia Roberts READERSHIP: Undergraduate and postgraduate students of Film/Cinema Studies, Media Studies, American Studies, Cultural Studies; also for academics and film scholars

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A Companion to Woody Allen EDITED BY PETER J. BAILEY & SAM B. GIRGUS St. Lawrence University, USA; Vanderbilt University, USA

✤ Edited by two renowned Allen experts, this timely collection of 26 original essays offers a number of divergent critical perspectives on the director’s films ✤ Organized in to five categories which cover Biography/Autobiography/Auteurism; Movies about the Movies; Allen and His Sisters: Cultural Critiques; Influences/Intertextualities; and Philosophy/Religion ✤ Explores the key contexts in which Allen’s films should be understood ✤ Assesses Allen’s remarkable filmmaking career from its early beginnings and investigates the conflicts and contradictions that suffuse it READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates, postgraduates, librarians, and scholars of Cinema Studies and Film Studies; film enthusiasts, and Allen fans SERIES: WILEY-BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO FILM DIRECTORS

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A Companion to Luis Buùuel EDITED BY ROB STONE & JULIà N DANIEL GUTIÉRREZ ALBILLA Swansea University, UK; Newcastle University, UK

✤ A collection of critical readings that examine and reassess the controversial filmmaker’s life, works, and cinematic themes ✤ Features readings from several of the most highly-regarded experts on the cinema of BuĂąuel, including AgustĂ­n SĂĄnchez Vidal, Peter William Evans, Javier Herrera and Marsha Kinder ✤ Includes a multidisciplinary range of approaches from experts in film studies, Hispanic studies, Surrealism, and theoretical concepts such as those of Gilles Deleuze ✤ Presents a previously unpublished interview with Luis BuĂąuel’sson, Juan Luis BuĂąuel READERSHIP: Undergraduate and postgraduate students of Hispanic Studies, Modernism, Surrealism, Film Studies, European Cinema, and World Cinema; also for film scholars and general readers SERIES: WILEY-BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO FILM DIRECTORS

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EDITED BY ROBERT A. ROSENSTONE & CONSTANTIN PARVULESU California Institute of Technology, USA; Washington University in St. Louis, USA

✤ Offers a unique collection of cutting edge research that explores the many facets of this expanding field and provides a platform for future avenues of research ✤ Essays range in scope from inclusive broad-ranging subjects such as political contexts, to focused assessments of individual films and auteurs ✤ Prefaced with an introductory survey of the field by its two distinguished editors ✤ Features interdisciplinary contributions from scholars in the fields of History, Film Studies, Anthropology, and Cultural and Literary Studies READERSHIP: Upper-level students and scholars of film and the visual media, including history, literature, cultural studies, and communications

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Digital Media and Society

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An Introduction

ADRIAN ATHIQUE Waikato University, Hamilton, New Zealand

✤ An entry level text that examines the rise of digital media within the context of a rapidly changing world ✤ Key theoretical debates on the sociology of digital media are presented in accessible summaries ✤ Wide-ranging, contemporary social phenomena are used to explore key theoretical paradigms ✤ The rise of digital media is a key topic for students of media and digital culture and is widely regarded as transforming the nature of the 21st century social experience READERSHIP: Entry level and intermediate undergraduates taking courses on media and digital culture

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Global Media Ethics Problems and Perspectives

EDITED BY STEPHEN J. A. WARD University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA

✤ The first full-length, truly global textbook on media ethics ✤ Written by a team of leading journalism experts ✤ Explores the impact of global changes in Media on responsible journalism ✤ Argues that global media impact entails global responsibilities, and as such media ethics must re-think its basic notions, standards, and practices from a more cosmopolitan perspective READERSHIP: Upper-level undergraduates of Media, Journalism, and Mass Communications, and graduate students of News Media

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Creative Industries in China

POLITY

Media, Art, Design and Entertainment

MICHAEL KEANE Queensland University of Technology, Australia

✤ An accessible account of China’s emerging commercial cultural sector

FILM M STUDIES STUDIES / MEDIA MED DIA & COMMUNICATION CO OMMUNICAT TION STUDIES STUDIE ES

A Companion to the Historical Film

✤ Examines how developments in China’s art, design and media industries are reflected in areas such as policy and grassroots participation ✤ Raises and debates key questions, including: can culture be industrialised? Is the Chinese government really committed to social liberalisation? READERSHIP: Students of Chinese culture and society and of global cultural and creative industries SERIES: CHINA TODAY

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MEDIA & COMMUNICATION STUDIES

Listening Publics

POLITY

The Politics and Experience of Audiences in the Media Age

KATE LACEY University of Sussex, Brighton, UK

✤ Wide-ranging text that deals with key questions of media audiences, publics and citizenship ✤ The concept of listening has been overlooked in media history and this sophisticated book seeks to address this oversight ✤ Uses an interdisciplinary approach to analyse listening publics from the invention of writing through to the digital age ✤ Detailed histories are employed to demonstrate that listening is a rich concept with which we can rethink the practices, politics and ethics of communication READERSHIP: Students and scholars of media specifically taking courses on radio and music, audience studies, media history and media theory

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The Media in Transitional Democracies

POLITY

KATRIN VOLTMER University of Leeds, UK

✤ One of the first books to publish in Polity’s new series: Contemporary Political Communication, providing an accessible and systematic introduction to the media in transitional democracies ✤ Analyses the problems that occur when transforming the media into independent institutions able to inform citizens and hold governments to account ✤ Takes a comparative view, exploring the interplay of political and media transitions in Eastern Europe, Latin America, Africa, and Asia ✤ Will be both an authoritative introduction to this key topic and a contribution in its own right READERSHIP: Upper level undergraduate and graduate students taking courses on political communication, the media and democracy, global media, media and politics, media and development SERIES: PCPC - POLITY CONTEMPORARY POLITICAL COMMUNICATION SERIES

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Theorizing Crisis Communication TIMOTHY L. SELLNOW & MATTHEW W. SEEGER University of Kentucky, USA; Wayne State University, USA

✤ Brings together the variety of theoretical approaches emerging in the study of crisis communication into one volume for the first time ✤ Summarizes theories from such diverse perspectives as rhetoric, risk management, ethics, mass communication, social media, emergency response, crisis outcomes, and warning systems ✤ Presents theoretical frameworks and clear examples of how the theory is applied in crisis communication research ✤ An essential tool for a comprehensive understanding of the onset, management, response, resolution, and ultimate meaning of devastating world events READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate and postgraduate students of crisis and risk communication; also for scholars and researchers in the fields of crisis communication, emergency management, disaster studies, sociology, psychology and anthropology SERIES: FOUNDATIONS IN COMMUNICATION THEORY

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The Handbook of Communication and Corporate Reputation EDITED BY CRAIG E. CARROLL Lipscomb University, USA

✤ With the latest insights from the world of communication studies, this new Handbook reflects the growing visibility of large businesses’ ethical profiles, and tracks the benefits that positive public attitudes can bring ✤ The definitive research collection featuring contributions by key international scholars ✤ Fills a number of the gaps in the current research literature at the same time as providing updated and revised expressions of classic theories in the field ✤ Applies new theoretical frameworks to corporate reputation READERSHIP: Upper-level students and scholars of journalism, mass communication, public relations, management, and marketing SERIES: HANDBOOKS IN COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA

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Journalism and News in Global Perspective

SILVIO WAISBORD George Washington University, USA

✤ Accessible analysis of the meanings, expectations and critiques of professional journalism ✤ Examines how current political, technological and economic trends have stimulated the reinvention of professional journalism ✤ Considers journalism in a global context using engaging, contemporary case studies ✤ Argues that ‘professional journalism’ is both a normative and analytical notion READERSHIP: Scholars and students interested in journalism studies and global media studies. Undergraduate and graduate courses dealing with international/comparative media systems, globalization, journalism theory/practice, and political communication SERIES: KEY CONCEPTS IN JOURNALISM

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Citizen Witnessing

POLITY

Revisioning Journalism in Times of Crisis

STUART ALLAN Bournemouth University, UK

✤ Timely book that examines the role of the ordinary citizen in news reporting ✤ A provocative work that reconsiders the traditional distinctions between ‘amateur’ and ‘professional’ journalists ✤ Draws on wide-ranging, engaging examples to demonstrate how ordinary citizens participate in the making of news ✤ The author argues that citizen witnessing can reinvigorate journalism’s responsibilities within democratic cultures

JOURNALISM JO OURNALIS SM / SOCIOLOG SOCIOLOGY GY

Reinventing Professionalism

READERSHIP: Students and scholars of journalism and media studies, especially taking courses on participatory media, civic communication and digital media SERIES: KEY CONCEPTS IN JOURNALISM

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Sociology

POLITY

7th Edition

ANTHONY GIDDENS & PHILIP W. SUTTON London School of Economics and Political Science, UK; Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, UK

✤ Masterly and authoritative introduction to sociology by globally important sociologists ✤ Written in an exceptionally engaging style, with a strong commitment to interactive pedagogy, the book handles even the most complex ideas with clarity ✤ Fully up-to-date with cutting-edge thinking in sociology, and recent events in the social world (e.g. the financial crisis, protest riots and revolutionary movements) ✤ Accompanied by a free, feature-packed and regularly updated website READERSHIP: First-year undergraduates at universities and colleges taking courses in introductory sociology

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Sociology for AS AQA

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4th Edition

KEN BROWNE North Warwickshire and Hinckley College, UK

✤ Combines sociological rigour and accessibility in a way unrivalled by any other book at this level ✤ Restructured to follow the AQA specification more closely, covering all the required topics, with enough depth and extra material for top achievers ✤ Packed with student-friendly features such as: key sociological terms systematically highlighted throughout the book, glossary, thought-provoking questions and activities; authentic exam questions included on every topic ✤ Complete with accompanying website packed with resources for students and teachers READERSHIP: Students taking AS level sociology with the AQA

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The Wiley-Blackwell Companion to Social Work 4th Edition

EDITED BY MARTIN DAVIES University of East Anglia, UK

✤ A significantly expanded edition of the bestselling text for students and trainee social workers, providing an integrated companion that avoids the need for supplementary volumes ✤ Comprehensively restructured into six substantive sections covering essential topics – in effect, six books in one – including two entirely new sections covering theory and practice ✤ Features an innovative encyclopaedia-style selection of more than 20 essays from leading academics and practitioners, each analyzing a relevant theoretical perspective ✤ Expands coverage of existing topics, including detailed examples of social and psychological frameworks, stages in the human life cycle, and the core objectives of social work READERSHIP: Undergraduate and postgraduate students of social work; professionally qualified social workers

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The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Social and Political Movements EDITED BY DAVID A. SNOW, DONATELLA DELLA PORTA, BERT KLANDERMANS & DOUG MCADAM University of California, Irvine, USA; European University Institute, Florence, Italy; VU University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands; Stanford University, USA

✤ Comprising over 400 entries across three volumes, this invaluable reference resource explores major social and political movements and related collective phenomena across the globe ✤ Covers a broad range of historical and modern topics reflecting significant social and political changes ✤ Explores a diverse range of examples, such as the French revolution, the Chinese Communist Revolution, the global women’s movement, and the American civil rights movement, right through to the Arab Spring, and contemporary environmentalism ✤ Brings together a prestigious editorial team drawn from ten countries and from across four disciplines ✤ Structured in a user-friendly A-Z format, and available online or as a three-volume print set; further details available at www.socialmovementsencyclopedia.com READERSHIP: Students and scholars of social and political movements within sociology, politics, social psychology, contemporary history, and other related disciplines SERIES: BLACKWELL ENCYCLOPEDIAS IN SOCIAL SCIENCES

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Moral Blindness

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The Loss of Sensitivity in Liquid Modernity

ZYGMUNT BAUMAN & LEONIDAS DONSKIS Universities of Leeds and Warsaw; Vytautas Magnus University, Kaunas, Lithuania

✤ This is an engaging new book from one of the most influential and widely read sociologists in the world today ✤ Zygmunt Bauman and Leonidas Donskis focus on the way that, in our contemporary societies, individuals become insensitive to the suffering of others – a kind of ‘moral blindness’ ✤ They analyse this phenomenon by means of the concept of adiaphora: the placing of certain acts or categories of human beings outside of the universe of moral obligations and evaluations READERSHIP: Students in sociology, politics and related subjects, and interested general readers

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ULRICH BECK Ludwig-Maximilian University in Munich, Germany

✤ This new book by one of the world’s leading sociologists focusses on a major event of our time: the crisis in the eurozone and the future of Europe ✤ Beck argues that the crisis of the euro has given rise to a new political monster: the spectre of a German Europe in which the German model of economic stability is being projected onto the whole of Europe ✤ Beck is sharply critical of this ‘German euro nationalism’ and he argues that the future of Europe must be built on a more positive vision of rebuilding Europe from the bottom up ✤ A major intervention in the current crisis in Europe, this important book by Germany’s leading sociologist will be widely reviewed and discussed

SOCIOLOGY

German Europe

READERSHIP: Students and scholars of sociology and social theory

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Multiculturalism

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2nd Edition

TARIQ MODOOD University of Bristol, UK

✤ Second edition of this classic account of one of the defining issues of modern societies ✤ Advances an original argument, including a nuanced, critical appraisal of contemporary forms of secularism ✤ Written by a world authority on the subject, this is a landmark contribution to current debates READERSHIP: Students and scholars of sociology, politics, social policy and the interested general public

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Religion in the Contemporary World

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A Sociological Introduction 3rd Edition

ALAN ALDRIDGE University of Nottingham, UK

✤ Third edition of a widely praised and masterful sociological introduction to religion ✤ Fully up-to-date with recent data and debates, such as the culture war between progressive secularists and conservative believers, and diverse forms of fundamentalism ✤ Comprehensive scope, drawing on a wide range of social issues, and religious and spiritual movements from across the world ✤ Impressive in its scholarly analysis, yet accessible to student readers READERSHIP: Upper-level students taking courses in the sociology of religion

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Urban China

POLITY

XUEFEI REN Michigan State University, USA

✤ With 125 cities of over one million inhabitants, China’s urban growth is a crucial case study for understanding urbanization today ✤ Examines urbanization in China through 5 key themes: governance, migration, landscape, inequality, and cultural economy ✤ Investigates the causes and consequences of China’s rapid urban transformation, at both a national and global level ✤ Part of Polity’s new ‘China Today’ series, a landmark series examining key social, political, economic and cultural issues of China’s place in today’s world READERSHIP: Upper-level students and above taking courses in urban sociology, urban geography, and development studies, with a focus on Chinese society SERIES: CHINA TODAY

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The Dark Side of Modernity

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JEFFREY C. ALEXANDER Yale University, New Haven, USA

✤ This is a new book by one of the world’s leading sociologists and social theorists ✤ The book explores the Janus-faced character of modernity: on the one hand, the idea of modernity embodies the Enlightenment’s noble hopes for progress and rationality, but on the other hand its reality brings great suffering and destruction ✤ Alexander examines how some of the great social thinkers of the 20th century sought to comprehend the character of modernity – thinkers like Weber, Simmel, Parsons and Eisenstadt ✤ Alexander argues that social theory should not try to resolve the contradictions of modernity but should accept them as part and parcel of the modern condition READERSHIP: Graduate students and academics in sociology, politics, media and cultural studies

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Transnational Migration

POLITY

THOMAS FAIST, MARGIT FAUSER & EVELINE REISENAUER All of University of Bielefeld, Germany

✤ The first book to provide an accessible yet rigorous overview of transnational migration ✤ Explores transnationalism as experienced by migrant families, networks of globe-trotting entrepreneurs, diaspora groups, and immigrant associations ✤ As well as defining the core concept, the book explores its implications for immigrant incorporation, and its relationship to assimilation READERSHIP: Upper-level students across the social sciences covering immigration and transnational relations, on sociology, political science and globalization courses SERIES: PIMS - POLITY IMMIGRATION AND SOCIETY SERIES

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Becoming Sexual

POLITY

A Critical Appraisal of the Sexualization of Girls

R. DANIELLE EGAN St. Lawrence University, USA

✤ A welcome intervention on the fraught polemics surrounding contemporary debates about the sexualization of girls ✤ Analyses potent cultural and historical assumptions and attitudes, subjecting them to measured investigation and testing against statistical evidence ✤ Argues that passionate feeling about this issue reveals more about adult anxiety regarding class, gender, sexuality, race and the future than the lives of girls READERSHIP: Students and scholars of sociology, gender studies, cultural studies, sexuality studies, childhood studies, media studies and education

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Ageing

POLITY

CHRISTOPHER PHILLIPSON University of Keele, UK

✤ Concise contribution to understanding one of the key global challenges for the twenty-first century: ageing societies ✤ Interrogates theories of social ageing, changing definitions of ‘age’, intergenerational relations, retirement trends, and health and social care in later life ✤ Provides a critical assessment of responses to the development of ageing societies and the key steps needed to prepare for this social transformation ✤ Written in a highly accessible style, placing the issues in the context of a variety of historical and sociological debates READERSHIP: Undergraduates studying the life course, gerontology, or the ageing society in sociology, social policy, and health and applied social studies SERIES: POLITY KEY CONCEPTS IN THE SOCIAL SCIENCES SERIES

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NINA ELIASOPH University of Southern California, USA

✤ A readily accessible and highly engaging overview of the role individuals can play in the bigger political picture ✤ Provides a critical intervention on the connections between volunteering/grassroots action and the wider political sphere ✤ Constructs a framework for evaluating the role of civic associations in social and political life, as well as in the lives of individual active citizens ✤ Draws on empirical studies, key data, and real-life case studies, from encouraging urban cycling, to protesting against war and injustice READERSHIP: Undergraduate students of sociology, political science, communication studies, and social policy SERIES: PPSS - POLITY POLITICAL SOCIOLOGY SERIES

SOCIOLOGY

The Politics of Volunteering

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Communities and Networks

POLITY

Using Social Network Analysis to Rethink Urban and Community Studies

KATHERINE GIUFFRE Colorado College, USA

✤ An innovative guide to using social network analysis to study urban communities ✤ Provides clear technical explanations of the tools of network analysis, and how to gather and analyse real-world network data ✤ Shows readers how social network analysis illuminates the study of communities, and offers deeper understandings of urban and social life ✤ Refreshingly accessible and built on fascinating case examples READERSHIP: Upper-level undergraduate and lower-level graduate students in classes on social networks, social network analysis, community studies, urban studies, organizational studies, and quantitative methods

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Labor, Economy, and Society

POLITY

JEFFREY J. SALLAZ University of Arizona, USA

✤ Innovative contribution that reconnects the sociology of work and economic sociology ✤ Combines cutting-edge theories with vibrant contemporary examples to map out new terrain at this dynamic intersection ✤ Engages with issues such as how various forms of work are classified and valued, how labour markets operate in practice, and how people can challenge the idea that work is simply a commodity to be bought and sold READERSHIP: Upper-level students taking courses in economic sociology and the sociology of work SERIES: PESS – POLITY ECONOMY AND SOCIETY SERIES

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Education and Immigration

POLITY

GRACE KAO, ELIZABETH VAQUERA & KIMBERLY GOYETTE University of Pennsylvania, USA; University of South Florida, USA; Temple University, USA

✤ An insightful new book exploring the educational outcomes of immigrants and their children in the US ✤ With children of immigrants making up almost a quarter of school-aged children in the US, the role education plays in adaptation to US society is critical ✤ Examines issues such as the effects of culture and class, the overlap of immigrant status with race/ethnicity, and the role of language in educational outcomes ✤ Ideal for upper-level students thanks to its lively and accessible style, engagement with contemporary theory, and questioning of common misconceptions READERSHIP: Upper-level students in the United States taking courses on the sociology of immigration, race and ethnicity, education, and related themes SERIES: PIMS - POLITY IMMIGRATION AND SOCIETY SERIES

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American Politics and Society 8th Edition

EDITED BY DAVID MCKAY University of Essex, UK

✤ This fully updated eighth edition of this popular introduction to American politics and society includes new chapters on environmental politics and the Obama presidency ✤ Shifts its focus from the gap between public expectations and government performance to the increasingly divisive ideological climate of America’s political system ✤ Provides valuable international context for students by considering processes and developments from a non-U.S. perspective ✤ Benefits from numerous illustrations and a range of helpful pedagogical features, including chronologies, biographies, and definition boxes highlighting key concepts and controversial issues READERSHIP: First-year undergraduate students and above studying American politics and society

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The Humanitarian Business

POLITY

THOMAS G. WEISS City University of New York, USA

✤ A bold new account of the political economy of humanitarian assistance ✤ Written by one of the world’s leading scholars in the field ✤ Critically examines the effects of the encroachment of marketization on humanitarianism ✤ Challenges humanitarians and their donors to rethink the conditions of their profession READERSHIP: Students of international politics, war and conflict studies, development and related areas

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Philosophy and Resistance in the Crisis

POLITY

COSTAS DOUZINAS Birkbeck, University of London, UK

✤ A timely and provocative book on the current crisis in Europe by a leading radical thinker ✤ Douzinas uses radical political theory to analyse the current protests in Greece and elsewhere as spontaneous and leaderless events that disrupt political settlements imposed from above and attest to the will to resist – a persevering trait of the human spirit ✤ Written by an author who is well known for his commentaries on the situation in Greece, Douzinas argues that Greece, the birthplace of democracy, has once again become a key testing ground for democracy, as popular resistance to the austerity package imposed on Greece leads to new forms of contestation and struggle READERSHIP: Students of political theory, politics or law

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Politics in the Age of Austerity

POLITY

ARMIN SCHĂ„FER & WOLFGANG STREECK (EDS) Both of Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies, Cologne, Germany

✤ A timely analysis of the current fiscal and political crisis facing Europe and the rest of the Western world ✤ Provides a rigorous analysis of the problems faced by democratic governments seeking to govern in a climate of budget deficits and fiscal austerity and facing growing levels of popular unrest and voter dissatisfaction ✤ Illustrated with examples from a wide range of Western countries including Britain, Ireland, France, Sweden and the US READERSHIP: Students and scholars in sociology, political science, comparative political economy, comparative politics and political and economic sociology

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NEW IN PAPERBACK

POLITY

JAMES GILLIGAN New York University, USA

✤ Jim Gilligan is a leading expert on the social bases of interpersonal violence ✤ This highly original book is based on a simple discovery: Gilligan noticed that the national rates of homicide and suicide in the US have fluctuated greatly since 1900, and he found that these fluctuations correspond almost exactly to the presidential election cycle; the rates increase dramatically during Republican administrations, and decline during Democratic administrations

POLITICS

Why Some Politicians Are More Dangerous Than Others

✤ This book is Gilligan’s account of this hitherto unrecognized relationship between politics and death rates, and his reflection on why it exists and what its implications are READERSHIP: Students of psychology, psychiatry, public health and politics as well as a general readership

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Liberty and Security

POLITY

CONOR GEARTY London School of Economics, UK

✤ A major new book examining the interconnections between freedom and security, and the way these are affected by ever-increasing inequalities ✤ Argues for a version of liberty and security that moves toward a democratic government, the rule of law and respect for human rights, and the necessity that everyone must be subject to the same laws ✤ Maintains the necessity of the human rights movement and a commitment to an egalitarian vision of the world, one in which we all should have a right to the freedoms that were once assumed to be the privilege of the few READERSHIP: Scholars and students, journalists and policy-makers, as well as the interested general reader

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Global Governance

POLITY

WHAT? WHY? WHITHER?

THOMAS WEISS City University of New York, USA

✤ An accessible yet incisive intervention by one of the leading experts in the field ✤ Examines the full range of institutions and ideas that make up our conception of ‘global governance’ ✤ Expertly examines the challenges posed by current environmental and financial crises ✤ Maps out future trajectories for thinking globally about such issues READERSHIP: Students of international relations, globalization and related areas

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Liberal Terror

POLITY

BRAD EVANS University of Bristol, UK

✤ A critical, cutting-edge reassessment of the relationship between security and liberal democracy ✤ Examines the processes of ‘securitisation’, which are central to contemporary societies ✤ Advances a sophisticated argument about the normalisation of terror ✤ A major contribution to political theory, which will be of interest to students and scholars in a wide range of disciplines READERSHIP: Students and scholars in political theory, continental philosophy and related fields

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Statebuilding

POLITY

TIMOTHY SISK University of Denver, USA

✤ An accessible guide to the issues involved in attempts to establish stable states in the aftermath of conflict ✤ Gives an engaging overview of the history of statebuilding efforts in some of the world’s most fragile regions ✤ Analyses and evaluates the key objectives of statebuilding work undertaken by the United Nations, leading powers and donors READERSHIP: Students of conflict resolution, peace studies, international relations and comparative politics SERIES: WCMW – WAR AND CONFLICT IN THE MODERN WORLD

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Sustainabiltiy

POLITY

LESLIE PAUL THIELE University of Florida, Gainesville, USA

✤ An accessible guide to the contested meanings of an increasingly central concept ✤ Contextualises sustainability in terms of economic, legal, cultural and technological change ✤ Argues that genuine sustainability requires innovation as much as conservation READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate students in environmental studies and sustainability studies programs, as well as students enrolled in sustainability and environmental science, philosophy, ethics, politics, psychology, economics, and sociology courses SERIES: PKC - POLITY KEY CONCEPTS SERIES

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Contemporary Strategy Analysis Text Only 8th Edition

ROBERT M. GRANT Bocconi University, Milan, Italy and Georgetown University, USA

✤ A significantly updated new edition of one of the world’s leading strategy textbooks ✤ Eloquently combines theory with current real world examples and practice using a clearly written, logical and comprehensive approach ✤ Incorporates some of the key strategic issues of the past three years including: post-financial crisis adjustment, continuing rise of China/India/Brazil, increased emphasis on ethics, and sustainability ✤ Provides coverage of strategy in not-for-profit organizations READERSHIP: MBA and upper-level undergraduate students studying strategic management, corporate strategy, international business or entrepreneurship

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Contemporary Strategy Analysis Text and Cases 8th Edition

ROBERT M. GRANT Bocconi University, Milan, Italy and Georgetown University, USA

✤ Brings together the text with an updated collection of 20+ case studies ✤ Introduces students to the core concepts and principles of strategy ✤ Combines a rigorous approach to business strategy analysis with highly relevant examples of current practice ✤ Includes access to high quality case and author video clips READERSHIP: MBA and upper-level undergraduate students studying strategic management, corporate strategy, international business or entrepreneurship

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Operations Management 3rd Edition ANDREW GREASLEY Aston University Business School, UK

✤ Provides a clear and accessible introduction to this important area of study, focusing on all key areas of operations in both manufacturing and service industries ✤ Fully revised and updated full colour presentation ✤ Cases have been updated throughout and now include: service including public sector, international, a mix of mini-cases and a longer case for each chapter ✤ Incorporates more strategic and international commentary READERSHIP: Introductory courses in operations management taught to undergraduate level students, primarily on business studies programmes

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Operations Management 5th Edition

R. DAN REID & NADA R. SANDERS University of New Hampshire; Wright State University

✤ Provides a solid foundation to the subject with clear, guided instruction and a balance between quantitative and qualitative concepts ✤ Adopts an integrated approach with the authors illustrating how all business students will interact with OM in future careers

Operations Management

✤ Increased coverage of sustainability – each chapter has a new section that features information on how sustainability is impacting the topic of that chapter ✤ Increased support for students through new pedagogy, worked out examples and WileyPLUS READERSHIP: Students and Lecturers taking Operations Management courses

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Managing Innovation Integrating Technological, Market and Organizational Change 5th Edition

JOE TIDD & JOHN BESSANT SPRU, University of Sussex; University of Exeter

✤ A new edition of THE market leading textbook on innovation! ✤ New content includes an overview of the history and development of concepts and research on innovation management, from Schumpeter to Chesbrough and greater coverage of innovative business models and intellectual property

Managing Innovation

✤ Includes integral case studies which cross themes and chapters, a blog and the reintroduction of the innovation toolkit READERSHIP: MBA, MSc and advanced undergraduate students studying innovation management

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Research Methods for Business A Skill-Building Approach 6th Edition

ROGER BOUGIE & UMA SEKARAN Tilburg University

✤ A concise and straightforward introduction for students to the world of business research ✤ The skill building approach provides students with practical perspectives on how research can be applied to real business situations

Research Methods for Business

✤ The coverage of qualitative research methods is strengthened in this edition through the inclusion of new case studies and content on observation, interviews and focus groups ✤ Each chapter is accompanied by webcasts on key topics, which combine data-streams, PowerPoint slides and video READERSHIP: Undergraduate and postgraduate business students taking an introductory course in business research methods

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Marketing Research 11th Edition

DAVID A. AAKER University of California, Berkeley

✤ A new edition of a highly regarded text which focuses on market intelligence, strategy, theory and application ✤ Provides thorough coverage of the most advanced and current marketing research methodologies and points out their limitations and strengths ✤ Discusses the relevance of marketing intelligence, the power of the Internet in marketing research applications, and much more ✤ Builds on the online marketing research content and tracks recent developments in areas such as relationship marketing, social media, and mobile marketing and explores how these advancements are moving to the forefront of business strategies READERSHIP: Marketing Students and Lecturers, Marketing Professionals

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Human Resource Management 11th Edition

DAVID A. DECENZO & STEPHEN P. ROBBINS Towson State University

✤ Provides a strong foundation of the essential elements of HRM as well as a clear understanding of how HRM links with business strategy ✤ Emphasises timely and emerging human resource topics, including new information on recent changes to employee health plans and evolving healthcare legislation ✤ Includes new content on social media and its relationship to many aspects of Human Resources ✤ All end of chapter cases and opening vignettes are either new or have been revised READERSHIP: Human Resource Management Lecturers and Students, Human Resource Professionals

%&$t11tt13tĂŠ REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-50585-4

Ethics and Technology Ethical Issues In An Age of Information and Communication Technology 4th Edition

HERMAN T. TAVANI Rivier College

✤ Provides readers with the information they need to succeed in the field of information technology, while keeping them grounded in ethics ✤ Introduces students to issues and controversies that comprise the relatively new field of cyberethics ✤ Examines a wide range of cyberethics issues - from specific issues of moral responsibility to broader social and ethical concerns that affect each of us in our day-to-day lives ✤ Includes exercise questions at the end of each chapter designed to quiz the student’s comprehension of key concepts, themes, issues, and scenarios covered in that chapter READERSHIP: Information Technology Professionals, Information Technology Students and Lecturers

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Management Information Systems 2nd Edition

R. KELLY RAINER, HUGH J. WATSON & BRAD PRINCE Auburn University; University of Georgia; University of West Georgia

✤ Promotes active learning like no other text on the market! Chapters comprise tightly coupled concepts and section-level student activities that transport them from passively learning about IS to doing IS in a realistic context ✤ Microsoft Excel and Access exercises are integrated at the end of every chapter enabling students to practice their Microsoft application skills in the context of the chapter material ✤ Through WileyPLUS, each small section of concept and the accompanying activities can be assigned separately, providing a uniquely flexible offering for instructors ✤ 80% of the cases have been updated or replaced to keep the book up-to-date READERSHIP: Professionals using information systems, Students studying information systems

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MIS Cases Solving Small Business Scenarios Using Application Software 2nd Edition

CYNTHIA GARDNER & EUGENE RATHSWOHL University of San Diego; University of San Diego

✤ A problem solving casebook that contains practical assignments with business solving scenarios to grasp the skills for Microsoft Excel, Access, and simple web design ✤ Each chapter offers a teaching case and two follow-up working cases ✤ Discussion questions at the end of each case challenge students’ critical thinking skills and encourage a higher level of analytical reasoning ✤ Cases explicitly correlate with key concepts found in Wiley’s best-selling Intro to IS and Intro to MIS texts by Kelly Rainer READERSHIP: Professionals using information systems, Students studying information systems

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Introduction to Networking Basics 2nd Edition

PATRICK CICCARELLI, CHRISTINA FAULKNER, JERRY FITZGERALD, ALAN DENNIS, DAVID GROTH, TOBY SKANDIER & FRANK MILLER Jerry FitzGerald & Associates; The University of Georgia

✤ Addresses diversity and the need for flexibility ✤ Focuses on the fundamentals to help grasp the subject with an emphasis on teaching job-related skills and practical applications of concepts with clear and professional language ✤ Core competencies and skills help users succeed with a variety of built-in learning resources to practice what they need and understand the content ✤ Resources enable readers to think critically about their new knowledge and apply their skills in any situation READERSHIP: Students and Lecturers taking Systems and Technology courses

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Introduction to Logistics Systems Management 2nd Edition

GIANPAOLO GHIANI University of Lecce, Italy

✤ Includes new chapters on procurement and the design of automated storage and retrieval systems, illustrating each topic with real examples ✤ Comprises of approximately 30% new material and updated content presented in an enhanced format ✤ Features new case studies that demonstrate how the methods can be applied to complex logistics problems

Introduction to Logistics Systems Management

✤ Presents each numerical example with a data file to allow readers to solve all the problems using open-source software READERSHIP: Senior undergraduate and postgraduate students in engineering, computer science and management science. Researchers, practitioners, and students of logistics and supply chain management, in both academia and industry SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN OPERATIONS RESEARCH AND MANAGEMENT SCIENCE

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UCITS Handbook CHRISTIAN SZYLAR Kinetic Partners LLP, UK

✤ Provides necessary knowledge and analytical skills to set up, manage and monitor a UCITS fund ✤ Takes a multi-disciplinary approach to introducing recent developments in different areas of UCITS ✤ Gives a good balance of theory and applications ✤ Summarizes the main aspects of each discipline of UCITS READERSHIP: Investors and asset managers, service providers, students, researchers, and practitioners SERIES: ISTE

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Risk Management Under UCITS IV CHRISTIAN SZYLAR Kinetic Partners LLP, UK

Risk Management Under UCITS IV

✤ Provides necessary knowledge and analytical skills to set up, manage and monitor a UCITS fund ✤ Introduces recent developments in different areas of UCITS through a multi-disciplinary approach READERSHIP: Investors, professionals in the fund or banking industry, service providers, students, researchers, and UCITS fund practitioners

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Efficiency and Productivity Growth Modelling in the Financial Services Industry

FOTIOS PASIOURAS Technical University of Crete, Greece

✤ Provides an authoritative introduction to efficiency and productivity analysis, by exploring state-of-theart techniques and bringing new research to a field of current critical importance globally ✤ Includes applications from the insurance industry and financial sectors, such as efficiency of Asian banks, cooperatives and not-for-profit credit associations ✤ Discusses the most suitable approach to select inputs and outputs ✤ Features the works of global experts in the field, including, Loretta Mester, Executive Vice President & Director of Research, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, and Robert DeYoung, Capitol Federal Professor in Financial Markets and Institutions, USA READERSHIP: Academics, practitioners and PhD students and researchers working on the efficiency of financial institutions as well as postgraduate students and researchers in finance

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Financial Accounting 7th Edition

PAUL D. KIMMEL, JERRY J. WEYGANDT & DONALD E. KIESO University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee; University of Wisconsin, Madison; Northern Illinois University

✤ Provides a practical set of tools and the confidence readers need to use them effectively in making business decisions ✤ Offers new discussions on IFRS, including new codification numbers, examples of IFRS financial statements, and additional exercises ✤ Enhances discussions of ethics and international accounting ✤ Ties the concepts together with comprehensive case studies and problems READERSHIP: Accountants, Accounting Students and Lecturers, MBA students. Appropriate for an introductory accounting class for business students

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Applying International Financial Reporting Standards 3rd Edition

RUTH PICKER Ernst & Young

✤ Thoroughly updated to reflect the varied and numerous developments in International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRSs) ✤ Extensively referenced by both the accounting profession and academics in countries that have either adopted, or intend to adopt, international accounting standards ✤ Includes new chapters on IFRS 6 Exploration for and Evaluation of Mineral Resources, IAS 18 Revenue, IAS 19 Employee Benefits and IAS 41 Agriculture READERSHIP: Intermediate and advanced financial accounting courses, at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels

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DAVID YOUNG & JACOB COHEN Insead; MIT

✤ An introductory textbook focusing on financial reporting for MBA students ✤ Presents a clear and comprehensive model for the analysis and interpretation of financial statements linked to strategic analysis and sound principles of corporate finance ✤ New to this edition: End of chapter questions, solutions and assignments; case studies and an accompanying website featuring additional materials for lecturers and students

Corporate Financial Reporting and Analysis

READERSHIP: MBA students studying financial accounting/reporting

FINANCE

Corporate Financial Reporting and Analysis

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Management Accounting Models for Decision-Making 2nd Edition

RAMJI BALAKRISHNAN, KONDURU SIVARAMAKRISHNAN & GEOFF SPRINKLE ✤ Quickly and logically relates accounting information to business decision making ✤ Lays the groundwork by presenting managerial accounting in a strategic framework

Management Accounting

✤ Each module examines cost estimation and planning decisions in both the short and long-term context ✤ Offers a balance of quantitative and qualitative problems in the end-of-chapter material READERSHIP: Managers, Accounting Students and Lecturers

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Financial Accounting IFRS 2nd Edition

JERRY J. WEYGANDT, PAUL D. KIMMEL & DONALD E. KIESO University of Wisconsin, Madison; University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee; Northern Illinois University

✤ Retains each of the key features on which users of Weygandt: Financial Accounting have come to rely on ✤ Focuses on international companies/examples and discusses financial accounting principles and procedures within the context of IFRS ✤ Provides end of chapter exercises/problems that present foreign currency examples (e.g. yen, euro) instead of solely U.S. dollars READERSHIP: Accountants, Accounting Lecturers and Students

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Government and Not-for-Profit Accounting Concepts and Practices 6th Edition

MICHAEL H. GRANOF & SALEHA B. KHUMAWALA ✤ Renowned for its accessible writing style and concept-based presentation, this book arms accountants with all the information they’ll need in their career ✤ Provides updates for the newest standards, along with additional projects for users to complete using Sage Software

Government and Not-forProfit Accounting

✤ Examples and data are updated throughout the text and new discussion questions have been added to the end of each chapter READERSHIP: Accountants, Accounting Students and Lecturers

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Economic Policy 73 EDITED BY GEORGES DE MENIL, RICHARD PORTES, HANS-WERNER SINN, TULLIO JAPPELLI, PHILIP LANE, PHILIPPE MARTIN & JAN VAN OURS Delta ENS, France; London Business School, UK; University of Munich, Germany; University of Naples, Italy; Trinity College Dublin, Ireland; UniversitĂŠ de Paris 1; PanthĂŠon-Sorbonne, PSE, France; Tilberg University, The Netherlands

✤ Brings together a team of leading economists and policy experts to provide a concise and accessible evaluation of major developments in trade and trade policy ✤ Economic Policy has earned a reputation around the world as the one publication that is always early in identifying current and emerging policy topics ✤ Each of the newly-commissioned papers is discussed by a panel of distinguished economists ✤ Employs a unique approach guaranteed to spark incisive debate and alternative interpretations of the evidence READERSHIP: Advanced-level undergraduate students, postgraduates, faculty, and researchers in economics; economists in international economic agencies and research centres SERIES: ECONOMIC POLICY

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Managerial Economics A Mathematical Approach

EDITED BY M. J. ALHABEEB & L. J. MOFFITT Both of University of Massachusetts, USA

✤ Approaches the topic from a mathematical and statistical point of view, which aids in the training of managers so that they are more responsive to the presence of uncertainty surrounding managerial decisions ✤ Includes real life examples and problems, and highlights quantitative methods that illustrate and clarify the underlying fundamental logic of problem-solvingto emphasise the numerous applications of the topic ✤ Presents technical theories in an easy and friendly way in order to make the mathematical material easier to understand ✤ Focuses on managerial decision making, rigorously addressing all possible risks and uncertainties surrounding the process of decision-making READERSHIP: Undergraduates and postgraduates in managerial economics, business agricultural and environmental programs, managers, decision makers, market analysts, and researchers, as well as academic and corporate libraries

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Economics Theory and Practice 10th Edition

PATRICK J. WELCH & GERRY F. WELCH St. Louis University; St. Louis Community College

Economics

✤ Prepares students to use economic thinking in their classes, careers, and everyday lives ✤ Provides information about fundamental institutions and relationships that affect quality of life, and provides a framework for thinking through and understanding the process of decision making ✤ Accessible language and interesting case studies keep introductory, principles, and survey of economics students engaged with the material READERSHIP: Business Professionals, Economics Students and Lecturers

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Health Economics and Financing 5th Edition

THOMAS E. GETZEN Temple University

✤ A primer for the economic analysis of medical markets ✤ Engages the central economic issues of the health economics and financing field ✤ Introduces students to the principles and concepts of health economics rather than its literature and research methods ✤ Includes a strengthened macro section along with additional material on the ACA (Health Reform) READERSHIP: Students studying medicine, public health, policy and administration

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Historical and Contemporary Contexts

EDITED BY JEREMY MACCLANCY Oxford Brookes University, UK

✤ Demonstrates the enriching variety of British anthropologies which have arisen historically and are still of key significance to practitioners today ✤ Highlights the centrality of popular anthropology in the construction and maintenance of the discipline

Anthropology in the Public Arena

✤ Explores the mutually fertile ways anthropology and literature have interacted and continue to interact ✤ Pioneers the study of the emerging nature, roles and uses of online popular anthropology READERSHIP: Undergraduate and postgraduate students, in anthropology; students of cultural and intellectual history

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The Anthropology of Performance A Reader

EDITED BY FRANK J. KOROM Boston University, USA

✤ Introduces new and advanced students to the task of studying and interpreting complex social, cultural, and political events from a performance perspective ✤ Presents performance as a convergent field of inquiry that bridges the humanities and social sciences, with a distinctive cross-cultural perspective in anthropology

ANTHROPOLOGY

Anthropology in the Public Arena

The Anthropology of Performance

✤ Explores the role of performance in constructing identity, community, and the broader processes of globalization and transnationalism ✤ Contributions from leading scholars examine verbal genres, ritual and drama, public spectacle, tourism, and the performances embedded in everyday life READERSHIP: Graduate and undergraduate courses on performance studies, oral tradition, ritual, theatre studies, folklore studies, anthropology of religion, public spectacle, and communication SERIES: WILEY-BLACKWELL ANTHOLOGIES IN SOCIAL AND CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY

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A Handbook of Practicing Anthropology EDITED BY RIALL NOLAN Purdue University, USA

✤ Presents a broad overview of the diverse research and professional practices that have evolved in the applied areas of anthropology ✤ Offers a collection of personal perspectives on what anthropology practitioners do and how their professional lives are constructed

A Handbook of Practicing Anthropology

✤ Brings together top scholars from both non-academic and academic careers to provide an integrated understanding of the practitioner’s career arc, domains of practice, and key issues for professionals ✤ Serves as an authoritative guide for researchers, instructors and students in anthropological practice READERSHIP: Anthropology students or students taking courses in applied or public anthropology, or anthropological methods; anthropology pracitioners

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Lessons from Fort Apache Indigenous Language Endangerment and Maintenance

M. ELEANOR NEVINS University of Nevada, Reno, USA

✤ Uses an ethnographic analysis of an indigenous community to examine larger arguments about language endangerment and maintenance within a global-scale socio-historical context ✤ Addresses the complexities and conflicts in language maintenance and revitalization programs, as influenced by local ways of speaking, local forms of educational and religious and political authority

Lessons from Fort Apache

✤ Examines divergent interpretations of language loss and maintenance efforts among members of affected communities, and the challenges of orienting these communities within larger socio-cultural orders ✤ Pays ethnographic attention to speech, rather than language documentation narrowly conceived, as members of indigenous speech communities negotiate the meaning of their heritage languages, and their own identities READERSHIP: Undergraduate students of anthropology and linguistics; undergraduate and graduate students in Native American languages and cultures SERIES: WILEY-BLACKWELL STUDIES IN DISCOURSE AND CULTURE

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Political Oratory and Cartooning An Ethnography of Democratic Processes in Madagascar

JENNIFER JACKSON

Political Oratory and Cartooning

University of California, Los Angeles, USA

✤ The first anthropological study of the role of language and rhetoric in reshaping democracy ✤ Maps the dynamic relationship between formalized oratory, satire, and political change in Madagascar ✤ A fascinating analysis of the extraordinary Ciceronian features of kabary, a style of formal public oratory long abandoned in the West ✤ Documents the management by United States Democrat campaign advisors of a foreign presidential bid, unprecedented in the post-colonial era READERSHIP: Upper-level undergraduates and graduate scholars in linguistic anthropology and applied linguistics, political science, globalization, and international development, rhetoric and oratory, specialists in the history and politics of East Africa, the Indian Ocean and Madagascar SERIES: NEW DIRECTIONS IN ETHNOGRAPHY

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The Wiley-Blackwell Companion to Cultural Geography EDITED BY NUALA C. JOHNSON, RICHARD H. SCHEIN & JAMIE WINDERS Queen’s University, Belfast, UK; University of Kentucky, USA; Syracuse University, USA

✤ A significantly revised version of this authoritative reference volume which traces the historical evolution of cultural geography through to the very latest research ✤ Covers a number of new topics such as biotechnology, rurality, food, media and technology, borders, and tourism, whilst also reflecting developments in established subjects including animal geographies ✤ Provides an international perspective, reflecting the advancing academic traditions of non-Western institutions, especially in Asia READERSHIP: Students and scholars of cultural geography, social geography, cultural anthropology or sociology, and cultural studies SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO GEOGRAPHY

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Spatial Politics Essays For Doreen Massey

EDITED BY DAVID FEATHERSTONE & JOE PAINTER University of Glasgow, UK; University of Durham, UK

✤ Brings together a unique collection to celebrate Doreen Massey’s ground-breaking work in geographic theory and its relationship to politics ✤ Comprises newly-written material by a team of Massey’s colleagues, former students, geographers, and other social scientists, as well as artists, political figures, and activists ✤ Features work by high profile contributors including Lawrence Grossberg, Chantal Mouffe, Jamie Peck, and Jane Wills ✤ Offers a comprehensive overview of Massey’s work to-date, a series of political and scholarly reflections upon its influence, and suggestions for further developing her ideas READERSHIP: Students, faculty, and researchers within human geography, political geography, globalization, and social, political and cultural theory SERIES: RGS-IBG BOOK SERIES

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Fashioning Globalisation New Zealand Design, Working Women and the Cultural Economy

EDITED BY MAUREEN MOLLOY & WENDY LARNER University of Auckland, New Zealand; University of Bristol, UK

✤ Provides a significant contribution to literature on globalization, fashion, gender, and creative industries, which often ignores the important roles taken by women as entrepreneurs and designers ✤ Draws on an in-depth analysis of the dynamics of independent fashion design in New Zealand ✤ Offers a fresh perspective on an industry in which third world garment workers have been the subject of exhaustive analysis, yet first world women have been largely ignored ✤ Argues that there exists an as-yet untraced link between the entry of first world women into paid employment, and the wider processes of globalization READERSHIP: Upper-level students and scholars of social, or cultural geography, globalization, and social and cultural economics; related fields within gender studies and fashion SERIES: RGS-IBG BOOK SERIES

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MARK PURCELL University of Washington, USA

✤ Explores issues central to the civil uprisings that swept the world in 2011, drawing profound connections between democracy and neoliberalism in an urban context ✤ Explains how democracy can help us evolve socially, and how it can be used to revive the fortunes of the political left ✤ Features in-depth analysis of key political theorists such as Gramsci, Lefebvre, Rancière, Deleuze and Guattari, and Hardt and Negri ✤ Advocates the reframing of democracy as a personal and collective struggle to discover the best in ourselves and others READERSHIP: Advanced-level undergraduates, postgraduates, faculty, and researchers of political and social action and development within politics, the social sciences, geography, and urban studies SERIES: ANTIPODE BOOK SERIES

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Roman Disasters

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JERRY TONER University of Cambridge, UK

✤ This work fills a real gap as there is currently no book that treats disasters in Ancient Rome in a synthetic or comprehensive way ✤ An engaging book that for the first time treats disasters such as earthquakes, fires and floods as a conceptual unity ✤ Examines how the Romans coped with, thought about, and used disasters for their own ends

GEOGRAPHY / HISTORY

The Down-deep Delight of Democracy

✤ Engaging text that shows how the resilience of their political and cultural system allowed the Romans to survive the impact of life-threatening disasters READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate students of ancient history, especially taking classes on the social and cultural history of Rome and some general readers

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History of Old Age

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POLITY

GEORGES MINOIS CNRS, Paris, France

✤ This is a unique book – the first to provide a general history of old age in Western societies, from Antiquity to the Renaissance ✤ The author’s approach is highly interdisciplinary, studying the role of the old in many societies ✤ As the elderly become an increasing proportion of our own societies, this vision of old age in the past becomes increasingly relevant READERSHIP: Will be of particular interest to students and professionals in social and cultural history and in the history of medicine. This examination of the past will also be of great interest to the general reader

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Natural Disasters in a Global Environment ANTHONY N. PENNA & JENNIFER S. RIVERS Both of Northeastern University, USA

✤ A transnational, global, and environmental history of natural and man-made disasters ✤ Examines a range of disasters including volcanoes, earthquakes, floods, landslides, hurricanes, famines, and more ✤ Covers scientific material in a lucid and accessible style suited to students outside of scientific disciplines ✤ Traces the transition of our understanding of disasters, from religious and superstitious explanations to contemporary scientific accounts READERSHIP: Undergraduate students of environmental studies, global and world history, and environmental history

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The Encyclopedia of Global Human Migration

5 VOLUME SET

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: IMMANUEL NESS Brooklyn College, City University of New York, USA

✤ Available as a five-volume print set or online on Wiley Online Library, this Encyclopedia provides a complete exploration of the prominent themes, events, and theoretical underpinnings of the movements of human populations from prehistory to the present day ✤ The first comprehensive reference work in this field with over 500 entries arranged in a convenient A-Z format, and a prehistory section with over 50 thematically organized essays ✤ Features contributions from a global and multi-disciplinary group of scholars in the field, including historians, classicists, anthropologists, social scientists, political scientists, economists, archaeologists, linguists, and geneticists ✤ Provides thematic discussions of key topics, detailed migration histories, biographies, and more ✤ Examines migration through world history, rather than from a western perspective ✤ Include sample illustrations, images, maps, and charts READERSHIP: Scholars, academics, and general readers across the humanities and social sciences interested in migration history and its effects on the modern world

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A Companion to the Era of Andrew Jackson EDITED BY SEAN PATRICK ADAMS University of Florida, USA

✤ Provides an overview of Andrew Jackson’s life and legacy, with a wealth of new insights from the latest scholarship ✤ Features more than 30 essays contributed by leading scholars and historians ✤ Synthesizes the most up-to-date scholarship on the pivotal events of the age of Jackson, considering various aspects of his life, times, and legacy ✤ Topics explored include life in the Early Republic; issues of race, religion, and culture; the rise of the Democratic party, Native American removal events, the birth of women’s suffrage, and more READERSHIP: Upper-level students and scholars of American history SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO AMERICAN HISTORY

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A Companion to Woodrow Wilson EDITED BY ROSS A. KENNEDY Illinois State University, USA

✤ This collection of original essays explores all aspects of the life and career Woodrow Wilson, a profoundly important and complex leader considered to be one of the shapers of the modern presidency ✤ An invaluable collection for anyone interested in understanding how the scholarship on Wilson has evolved and where it stands now ✤ Features contributions from a variety of emerging and established Wilson scholars ✤ Explores such topics as America’s involvement in the First World War, the progressive reform movement, race relations, woman’s suffrage, and more READERSHIP: Upper-level students and scholars of political science, American history, progressivism, U.S. foreign relations, and World War I SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO AMERICAN HISTORY

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A Documentary Reader from Emancipation to the Present

EDITED BY LESLIE BROWN Williams College, USA

✤ Compelling and enlightening, this collection of primary source documents allows African-American voices to speak unmediated to today’s students ✤ Features a diverse range of voices from many classes, generations, and regions, and draws on everything from essays, and speeches to photographs, rap lyrics, and newspaper reports ✤ Includes concise and perceptive commentary, thematic overviews and engaging suggestions for discussion and project work ✤ Features a mix of accessible and more challenging documents suitable for a range of levels and abilities READERSHIP: Undergraduate and high-school students taking introductory courses in African-American history, as well as those studying civil rights and recent African-American history SERIES: UNCOVERING THE PAST: DOCUMENTARY READERS IN AMERICAN HISTORY

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Dictatorship in South America JERRY DAVILA University of Illinois, USA

✤ A compelling and original narrative exploring the experiences of Brazil, Argentina, and Chile during the brutal military dictatorships of the Cold War period

African American Voices

HISTORY HIS STOR RY / CLASSICS CLASSIC CS

African American Voices

✤ Delves into the wider political aftermath of the Cuban Revolution, exploring the clashing radical utopian dreams of students and workers and the equally radical right-wing projects realized by the armed forces ✤ Provides close readings of Latin America’s economic crises, free market reforms, and development strategies ✤ Exposes the internal disorder, violence, and the systematic abuse of human rights behind the appearance of order and progress READERSHIP: Students of Latin American history and contemporary politics in the region, as well as those studying human rights more generally SERIES: VIEWPOINTS / PUNTOS DE VISTA

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Mathematics for the Liberal Arts DONALD BINDNER, MARTIN J. ERICKSON & JOE HEMMETER Truman State University, USA; Truman State University, USA; Freelance Software Developer, USA

✤ Offers a modern treatment of important topics in mathematics, including number theories such as error-correcting codes and modular arithmetic, as well as calculus which includes differentiation and integration, infinite series, and exponential growth ✤ Provides various applications of mathematics to real-world problems such as cryptography and the space shuttle programme ✤ Contains numerous figures, diagrams and hundreds of worked examples and exercises with solutions provided in the appendix ✤ Emphasises the history of mathematics and includes six chapters that allow for a flexible format for a one-semester course or complete coverage for a two-semester course READERSHIP: Undergraduates studying introductory mathematics and its history, professional and trade audiences, teachers of mathematics, science, or languages, academic and public libraries and the interested public

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The Rise of Western Christendom Triumph and Diversity, A.D. 200-1000, Tenth Anniversary Revised Edition

PETER BROWN Princeton University, USA

✤ Revised edition of the essential survey of Christianity’s evolution in its tumultuous first millennium, published to mark the book’s tenth anniversary ✤ Written by the celebrated Princeton scholar who founded the field of study known as “late antiquity' ✤ Features a new preface covering recent academic developments, a full-color insert featuring 17 new images, and an updated design ✤ Includes a fully updated bibliography and index READERSHIP: Mid- to upper-level undergraduates studying ancient religion and the history of christianity SERIES: MAKING OF EUROPE

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A Companion to the Archaeology of the Roman Republic EDITED BY JANE DEROSE EVANS Temple University, USA

✤ Offers a vibrant exploration of the ways in which archaeological methods can be used to explore different elements of the Roman Republican period ✤ Argues that the Republic was not formed in a vacuum, but was influenced by non-Latin-speaking cultures from throughout the Mediterranean region ✤ Enables archaeological thinking in this area to be made accessible both to a more general audience and as a valuable addition to existing discourse ✤ Investigates the archaeology of the Roman Republican period with reference to material culture, landscape, technology, identity and empire READERSHIP: Advanced students and scholars of the Roman Republic, Ancient History, Classics, Art History and Archaeology SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO THE ANCIENT WORLD

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A Companion to Ancient History

NEW IN PAPERBACK

EDITED BY ANDREW ERSKINE University of Edinburgh, UK

✤ Offers a comprehensive introduction to the forms of evidence, problems, approaches, and major themes in the study of ancient history ✤ Covers a diverse range of material, from ancient texts and archaeology to contemporary explorations of gender and sexuality in the ancient world ✤ Comprises more than 40 essays, written by leading international scholars drawing on recent research in the field ✤ Moves beyond the primary focus on Greece and Rome with coverage of the various cultures within the ancient Mediterranean READERSHIP: Scholars and students of ancient history SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO THE ANCIENT WORLD

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A Companion to Archaic Greece

NEW IN PAPERBACK

EDITED BY KURT A. RAAFLAUB & HANS VAN WEES Brown University, USA; University College, London, UK

✤ Offers a comprehensive and accessible survey of developments in the study of archaic Greece ✤ Places Greek society of c.750-480 BCE in its chronological and geographical context ✤ Gives equal emphasis to established topics such as tyranny and political reform and newer subjects like gender and ethnicity ✤ Combines accounts of historical developments with regional surveys of archaeological evidence and in-depth treatments of selected themes ✤ Explores the impact of Eastern and other non-Greek cultures in the development of Greece READERSHIP: Advanced students, researchers, and teachers in the fields of archaic and ancient Greek history SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO THE ANCIENT WORLD

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A Companion to Greek and Roman Political Thought

NEW IN PAPERBACK

EDITED BY RYAN K. BALOT University of Toronto, Canada

✤ Offers a broad survey of ancient political thought from Archaic Greece through to Late Antiquity ✤ Approaches ancient political philosophy from both a normative and historical standpoint ✤ Examines Greek and Roman political thought within historical context and contemporary debate ✤ Explores the role of ancient political thought in a range of philosophies, such as the individual and community, human rights, religion, and cosmopolitanism READERSHIP: Advanced students and scholars of classical studies, political philosophy, and history of political thought SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO THE ANCIENT WORLD

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EDITED BY PETER E. KNOX University of Colorado, Boulder, USA

✤ Offers a comprehensive overview of one of the most influential poets of classical antiquity, the Roman poet Ovid ✤ Illuminates various aspects of Ovid’s work, such as production, genre, and style ✤ Presents interpretive essays on key poems and collections of poems, among them The Amores and The Metamorphoses ✤ Includes detailed discussions of Ovid’s primary literary influences, a chronology of historical events during his lifetime and his reception in English literature

CLASSICS

A Companion to Ovid

READERSHIP: Advanced students and scholars of Ovid, epic poetry, Latin literature, and classical literature SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO THE ANCIENT WORLD

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Petronius

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A Handbook

EDITED BY JONATHAN PRAG & IAN REPATH University of Oxford, UK; University of Swansea, UK

✤ Offers the first multi-dimensional approach to the study of Petronius’ celebrated and provocative work, the Satyrica and its relevance to our understanding of the early Roman empire ✤ Explores the novel’s literary structure, social and historic contexts, and modern reception ✤ Supplemented by illustrations, plot outline, glossary, map, bibliography, and suggestions for further reading ✤ Written by a team of leading scholars of Latin literature and Roman history READERSHIP: Advanced students and scholars of Latin and classical literature and Roman history

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Why Plato Wrote

NEW IN PAPERBACK

DANIELLE S. ALLEN Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, USA

✤ The first book to be published in the prestigious Blackwell Bristol Lecture Series in Greece, Rome and the Classical Tradition, named as a CHOICE Outstanding Academic Title in 2011 ✤ Argues that Plato was the western world’s first think-tank activist and message man ✤ Shows that Plato wrote to change Athenian society, demonstrating his influence in transforming Athenian politics ✤ Offers a lucid and engaging commentary on Plato’s philosophy of language and its relation to political theory READERSHIP: Advanced students, and scholars of classical philosophy, political philosophy, Platonism, philosophy of language, political theory, and the history of political thought SERIES: BLACKWELL-BRISTOL LECTURES ON GREECE, ROME AND THE CLASSICAL TRADITION

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The Gift in Antiquity MICHAEL SATLOW Brown University, USA

✤ Applies the French sociologist Marcel Mauss's notion of gift-giving to the study of antiquity ✤ Features a collection of original essays that cover such wide-ranging topics as ancient Greek wedding gifts; Hellenistic civic practices; Roman and Jewish burial practices; and Jewish and Christian religious gifts ✤ Organizes essays around theoretical concerns rather than chronologically ✤ Generates unique insights into gift-giving and reciprocity in antiquity ✤ Takes an explicitly cross-cultural approach to the study of ancient history READERSHIP: Upper-level students taking courses on gift-giving and reciprocity in departments of religion and ancient history; also for research libraries, classicists, ancient historians, and scholars of the Bible, Judaism, and Christianity SERIES: ANCIENT WORLD: COMPARATIVE HISTORIES

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ART HISTORY

Contemporary Art 1989 to the Present

EDITED BY ALEXANDER DUMBADZE & SUZANNE HUDSON George Washington University, USA; University of Southern California, USA

✤ An integrated account of today’s contemporary art world that features original articles by art historians, critics, curators, and artists ✤ Synthesizes a tremendous amount of extant literature to offer a view of the period that has not been undertaken before, providing an unparalleled resource for students, artists, scholars, and art enthusiasts ✤ Topics include: globalization, formalism, technology, participation, agency, biennials, activism, fundamentalism, judgment, art schools, and markets ✤ International in scope, bringing together many of the most important voices in the field, including SofĂ­a HernĂĄndez Chong Cuy, David Joselit, Michelle Kuo, Raqs Media Collective, and Jan Verwoert READERSHIP: Undergraduate and postgraduate students of contemporary art and contemporary art theory, and studio art classes where discussions of contemporary art are central to the curriculum

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Italian Renaissance Art Understanding its Meaning

CHRISTIANE L. JOOST-GAUGIER George Washington University, USA

✤ A richly-illustrated, elegant, and jargon-free analysis of the Italian Renaissance – what it was, what it means, and why we should study it ✤ Provides a sustained discussion and context for many great works of Renaissance art that will significantly enhance readers’ understanding of the period ✤ Focuses on Renaissance art and architecture as it developed throughout the Italian peninsula, from Venice to Sicily, in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries ✤ Includes detailed interpretation of works by a host of pivotal Renaissance artists, both well and lesser known READERSHIP: Students of Italian Renaissance art, art historians, and general readers

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A Companion to Renaissance and Baroque Art EDITED BY BABETTE BOHN & JAMES M. SASLOW Texas Christian University, USA; Queens College, CUNY, USA

✤ Presents a collection of original, in-depth essays that address European visual arts produced from c1300 to 1700 and their interactions with neighboring civilizations ✤ Divided into five broad conceptual headings: Social-Historical Factors in Artistic Production; Creative Process and Social Stature of the Artist; The Object: Art as Material Culture; The Message: Subjects and Meanings; and The Viewer, the Critic, and the Historian: Reception and Interpretation as Cultural Discourse ✤ Covers many topics not typically included in collections of this nature, such as Judaism and the arts, architectural treatises, the new natural sciences and the arts, and gender and sexuality ✤ Includes illustrations as well as link to further images not included in the book READERSHIP: Upper-level students and scholars of European Renaissance Art; 17th-century European Art; History of Prints; History of Italian Drawings; History of Architecture; Art History SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO ART HISTORY

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The Utopian Globalists Artists of Worldwide Revolution, 1919-2009

JONATHAN HARRIS Winchester School of Art, University of Southampton, UK

✤ An innovative history and critical account mapping the ways artists and their works have engaged with, and offered commentary on, modern spectacle in both capitalist and socialist modernism over the past ninety years ✤ Provides a strong historical narrative that adds structure and clarity with a cogent and innovative critique of contemporary art and institutions ✤ Includes the only substantial account in print of John Lennon and Yoko Ono’s 1969 Montreal “Bed-in� ✤ Offers an accessible description and interpretation of Debord’s ‘society of the spectacle’ theory READERSHIP: Scholars in a variety of subjects including art history and theory, cultural and media studies, social history and fine art

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Early Modern Netherlandish Art

EDITED BY ANGELA VANHAELEN & BRONWEN WILSON McGill University, Canada; University of East Anglia, UK

✤ Explores how descriptive pictures during the early modern Dutch art period operated as social things to prompt discussion and debate ✤ Shows how these works potentially raised ethical and political questions about the interconnectedness of engaging with pictures and the material world ✤ Featured essays represent a major contribution to the field of early modern Netherlandish art and to general debates about the status and functions of descriptive art ✤ Crafts an original theoretical framework by applying recent insights to the analysis of Netherlandish art READERSHIP: Academics, researchers and upper level students for courses in early modern Netherlandish art; also for curators, and those interested in the field SERIES: ART HISTORY SPECIAL ISSUES

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The Psychology of Retirement Coping with the Transition from Work

DEREK MILNE Recently retired as Director of the Newcastle University Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, UK

✤ Provides the most comprehensive, coherent and systematic self-help account of the challenges of retirement and the associated aging process ✤ Represents the culmination of over 30 years of clinical, teaching and research experience ✤ Systematically draws on applied scientific theories from accepted professional circles ✤ A constructive emphasis encourages the best coping strategies and perspectives READERSHIP: A self-help guide for members of the general public who have retired or who are anticipating retirement; professional groups; university courses concerned with human development, and clinical and counseling psychology

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Joining the Resistance

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The Erotics of Looking

ART TH HISTORY ISTOR RY / PSYCHOLOGY PSYCHOLOG GY

The Erotics of Looking

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CAROL GILLIGAN New York University, USA

✤ Carol Gilligan is one of the most well-known and influential feminist scholars in the world today ✤ In this new book Gilligan reflects on the evolution of her thinking and shows how her key ideas were interwoven with her own life experiences ✤ Gilligan argues that the requisites for love and the requisites for citizenship in a democratic society are one and the same, both voice the desire to live in relationships inherent in our human nature, together with the capacity to resist false authority READERSHIP: Students of feminism, gender studies and culture studies, as well as a general readership

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The Science of Intimate Relationships GARTH FLETCHER, JEFFRY A. SIMPSON, LORNE CAMPBELL & NICKOLA C. OVERALL Victoria University, New Zealand; University of Minnesota, USA; University of Western Ontario, Canada; University of Auckland, New Zealand

✤ Offers an unusual degree of integration across topics, which include intimate relationships in terms of both mind and body; bonding from infancy to adulthood; selecting mates; love; communication and interaction; sex; passion; relationship dissolution; violence; and mind-reading ✤ Summarizes the links across human nature, culture, and intimate relationships ✤ Presents and integrates the latest findings in the fields of social psychology, evolutionary psychology, human sexuality, neuroscience and biology, developmental psychology, anthropology, and clinical psychology ✤ Authored by four of the leading experts in the field READERSHIP: Upper-level undergraduate and postgraduate level courses in the psychology of intimate relationships

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The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Legal and Ethical Aspects of Sex Offender Treatment and Management EDITED BY KAREN HARRISON & BERNADETTE RAINEY University of Hull UK; Cardiff Law School UK

✤ The first publication to offer a detailed and wide-ranging analysis of sex offender treatment and management ✤ Covers a range of related issues, from media coverage to the death penalty ✤ Presents research from numerous national jurisdictions including the UK, USA, Australia, Japan, and Israel ✤ Includes perspectives from respected leading academics, including Tony Ward, Doug Boer, Franca Cortoni, and Bob Konopasky READERSHIP: Academics, practitioners, and policy makers working in the fields of sex offender treatment and management; undergraduate and postgraduates students of psychology, sociology, criminology, social work, and law

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The WileyBlackwell Handbook of Educational Neuroscience

The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Educational Neuroscience EDITED BY DENIS MARESCHAL, ANDREW TOLMIE & BRIAN BUTTERWORTH Birkbeck College, University of London, UK; Institute of Education, University of London, UK; University College London, UK

✤ Represents a new research area, educational neuroscience, with direct relevance to current educational practices and policy making ✤ Features individual chapters written collaboratively by educationalists, psychologists, and neuroscientists to ensure maximum clarity and relevance to a broad range of readers ✤ Edited by a trio of leading academics with extensive experience in this field READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate and postgraduate level students for courses in education, psychology, or cognitive neuroscience; also for education practitioners, educational psychologists, and researchers in psychology, education, and cognitive neuroscience

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The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Disordered Gambling EDITED BY DAVID RICHARD, ALEX BLASZCZYNSKI & LIA NOWER Rollins College, USA; University of Sydney, Australia; Rutgers University, USA

✤ Best-practice guidelines for the clinical management of problem and pathological gambling ✤ Contains empirically derived findings that translate research into practical clinical applications ✤ Brings together a distinguished, international group of scholars whose contributions discuss gambling as it occurs around the globe ✤ Clearly organized into sections that cover conceptualization, research, assessment, treatment, and special topics READERSHIP: Practicing clinicians managing problem and pathological gambling; postgraduate students in the mental health disciplines dealing with behavioral addictions and excessive behaviors

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The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Positive Psychological Interventions EDITED BY ACACIA C. PARKS Hiram College, USA

✤ Comprehensive content describes new positive psychology techniques for the first time and provides essential updates on more established interventions ✤ A detailed, research-based guide that will inform future directions in research and practice in the field ✤ Features contributions from an array of leading researchers, including Bob Emmons, Sonja Lyubomirsky and Shane Lopez ✤ Covers established interventions - for instance, coaching and family therapy - as well as newly developed interventions - such as chronic pain or smoking cessation READERSHIP: Researchers and practitioners studying and applying positive interventions. An ideal companion to postgraduatelevel courses in clinical psychology and positive psychology

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The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Psychoneuroimmunology EDITED BY ALEXANDER W. KUSNECOV & HYMIE ANISMAN Rutgers University, USA; Carleton University, Canada

✤ A much-needed reference including overviews of key advances in the field ✤ Discusses how psychoneuroimmunological research is conceived and executed ✤ Includes contributions from a wealth of experts in the field and a foreword by Robert Ader and Nicholas Cohen, founders of the discipline ✤ Authoritative and interdisciplinary in scope – integrating biological and behavioral science READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate and postgraduate courses in psychoneuroimmunology, medical students, nursing students and researchers in this area

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The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Mood Disorders 2nd Edition

EDITED BY MICK POWER University of Edinburgh and Royal Edinburgh Hospital, UK

✤ Every chapter is updated to reflect the very latest developments in theory and practice in unipolar and bipolar mood disorders ✤ Includes additional chapters which cover marital and family therapy, medical disorders and depression, and cross-cultural issues ✤ Contributions are from the world’s leading authorities ✤ Focuses on innovations in science and clinical practice, and considers new pharmacological treatments as well as psychological therapies READERSHIP: All mental health professionals including psychiatrists, GPs, clinical psychologists, nurses and social workers

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International Handbook of Research on Children’s Literacy, Learning and Culture EDITED BY KATHY HALL, TERESA CREMIN, BARBARA COMBER & LUIS C. MOLL University College Cork, Ireland; The Open University, UK; Queensland University of Technology, Australia; University of Arizona, USA

✤ Represents the state of the art in the field of childhood literacy research ✤ Features chapters that conceptualize, interpret, and synthesize relevant research ✤ Critically reviews past and current research in order to influence future directions in the field of literacy ✤ Offers literacy scholars an international perspective that recognizes and anticipates increasing diversity in literacy practices and cultures

International Handbook of Research on Children’s Literacy, Learning and Culture

READERSHIP: Researchers, scholars, teachers and educators; also for postgraduate level students on courses on language and literacy

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The Clinical Handbook of Biofeedback A Guide for Training and Practice with Mindfulness

EDITED BY INNA Z. KHAZAN Harvard Medical School, USA

✤ A definitive desk reference for the use of biofeedback techniques in psychotherapeutic settings, backed by a wealth of clinical research ✤ Introduces mindfulness and acceptance techniques and shows how these methods can be incorporated into biofeedback practice ✤ Step-by-step details provide everything a clinician needs to integrate biofeedback and mindfulness including protocols, exemplar logs for tracking symptoms, and sample scripts for mindfulness exercises ✤ Includes scientifically robust treatment protocols for a range of common problems including hypertension and irritable bowel syndrome READERSHIP: Clinicians seeking to incorporate biofeedback techniques into their practice; seasoned users of biofeedback wishing to enhance their skill set; postgraduate students with advanced degrees in medicine, psychology and related disciplines

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Cultural Change and Leadership in Organizations A Practical Guide to Successful Organizational Change

EDITED BY JAAP J. BOONSTRA University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands, and ESADE Business School, Spain

✤ Offers evidence-based guidance for achieving cultural change within organizations – combines practical advice with conceptual perspectives and descriptions of useful change strategies and interventions ✤ Built on case studies of successful change, many drawn from an intensive two-year research program – case organizations include Boeing, Randstad, Rabobank, Philips and Amazon ✤ Explores the relationship between culture and leadership, increasing understanding of success factors and detailing ways to effectively combine and organize diverse strategies for cultural change in organizations READERSHIP: Work psychologists, management consultants, senior managers and human resources professionals. Advanced students on courses with organizational psychology, development, culture and leadership components, including students within business schools, and especially on MBA and executive MBA programs

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Culture as Embodiment The Social Tuning of Behavior

EDITED BY PAUL VOESTERMANS Radboud University, Netherlands

Culture as Embodiment

✤ Presents an original theory to be used in the gender and integration debates about what the acceptance of newcomers from different cultural backgrounds really entails ✤ Applicable to youth culture and the split in modern society between underclass, modal class, and the elite ✤ Contains an original approach to the persistence of religion and relates religious thought to the cognitive capacity of generic belief ✤ Applies the best of the behavioral sciences to contemporary issues of global exchange and behavioral cross-fertilization READERSHIP: Undergraduate and postgraduate level students for courses in social psychology, psychological anthropology, sociology, and education

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Cognitive Therapy for Addiction Motivation and Change

FRANK RYAN Camden and Islington NHS Trust, London, UK

✤ A new approach to addiction treatment that pairs cognitive behavioural therapy with cognitive neuroscience, directly targeting the core mechanisms of addiction ✤ Offers a focus on addiction that is lacking in existing cognitive therapy accounts ✤ Utilizes various approaches, including mindfulness, 12-step facilitation, cognitive bias modification, motivational enhancement and goal-setting ✤ Uses neuroscientific findings to explain how willpower becomes compromised – and how it can be effectively utilized in the clinical arena READERSHIP: Psychiatrists, psychologists, substance misuse counsellors and nurses, and undergraduate and postgraduate psychology students; researchers and academics working with addiction and other areas of behavioural or cognitive neuroscience

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CBT For Anxiety Disorders A Practitioner Book

GREGORIS SIMOS & STEFAN G. HOFMANN University of Macedonia, Greece; Boston University, USA

✤ Summarizes the state-of-the-art CBT approaches for each of the DSM anxiety disorders ✤ Represents a one-stop tool for researchers, clinicians, and students on CBT for anxiety disorders ✤ Features world leading CBT authors who provide an up to date description of their respective treatment approaches ✤ Presented in a succinct, and clinician-tailored fashion READERSHIP: Practicing clinicians, researchers, postgraduate students and all those working with patients with anxiety disorders

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EDITED BY LOUISE C. JOHNS, ERIC M. J. MORRIS & JOSEPH E. OLIVER Maudsley Hospital, London, UK; Institute of Psychiatry, King's College London, UK; King's College London's Institute of Psychiatry, UK

✤ The first volume to detail ACT approaches to psychosis ✤ Synthesises current international perspectives on the theoretical foundations and clinical applications of ACT in treating psychosis ✤ Includes a wealth of case studies, exercises and advice provided by highly experienced professionals dealing directly with psychosis READERSHIP: Clinical and counselling psychologists, CBT therapists and psychiatrists

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ACT and Mindfulness for Psychosis

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Dental Phobia and Anxiety EDITED BY LARS-GĂ–RAN Ă–ST & ERIK SKARET Stockholm University, Sweden; University of Oslo, Norway

✤ Presents the first guide to the evidence-based treatment of dental anxiety, based on the singlesession phobia treatment protocol developed by Lars-GĂśran Ă–st ✤ Includes chapters on the treatment of dental anxiety in children and adolescents, and the use of pharmacological methods as a supplement to psychological treatment ✤ Takes account of cultural factors that may influence the availability of treatment READERSHIP: Professionals and researchers in clinical psychology and dentistry, for practising dentists, and as a primary text for postgraduate students in psychology and dentistry

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Diabetes and Wellbeing Managing the Psychological and Emotional Challenges of Diabetes Types 1 and 2

JEN J. NASH Open University, UK

✤ A practical guide for those newly diagnosed with diabetes, those who have managed its challenges for many years and the professionals who help them to do so ✤ Shows how the stress of daily self-care can affect an individual’s ability to stay motivated and healthy, and presents proven techniques for improving emotional wellbeing ✤ Unique in tackling the psychological challenges of diabetes using cognitive behavioural principles; also draws on solution-focused and mindfulness approaches READERSHIP: Individuals with diabetes types 1 and 2, their families and friends; healthcare professionals involved in the care of people with diabetes

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Recovery from Eating Disorders A Guide for Clinicians and Their Clients

GRETA NOORDENBOS Leiden University, the Netherlands

✤ Focuses on real-life recovery strategies that involve motivational factors, physical and psychological health, and issues such as self-esteem and relationship dynamics ✤ Draws on extensive qualitative research with more than 50 former sufferers known to the author ✤ Candid, personal accounts provide unique insights into the healing process as well as inspiration and reassurance ✤ Offers experience-based guidance for professionals assisting clients in their recovery READERSHIP: Practicing psychologists, psychiatrists, dieticians and other professionals involved in treating patients with eating disorders, as well as sufferers, their families, and friends involved in the recovery process

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What Works in Offender Rehabilitation An Evidence-Based Approach to Assessment and Treatment

EDITED BY LEAM A. CRAIG, THERESA A. GANNON & LOUISE DIXON University of Birmingham, UK; University of Kent, UK; University of Birmingham, UK

✤ A definitive guide to evidence-based practice in offender assessment and treatment ✤ Presents an up-to-date review of “what works’ in offer assessment and rehabilitation, along with discussion of contemporary attitudes and translating theory into practice ✤ Includes assessment and treatment for different offender types across a range of settings ✤ Internationally renowned contributors include James McGuire, James Bonta, Clive Hollin, Anthony Beech, Tony Ward, William Lindsay, Karl Hanson, Ray Novaco and William Marshall READERSHIP: Clinical and forensic psychologists, forensic psychiatrists, undergraduate psychology students, trainee and postgraduate psychology courses, probation officers, and social workers

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Women and Poverty Psychology, Public Policy, and Social Justice

HEATHER E. BULLOCK University of California at Santa Cruz, USA

✤ Provides readers with a critical analysis of the social and structural factors that contribute to women’s poverty ✤ Uses a multidisciplinary approach to bring together new research and theory from social psychology, policy studies, and critical and feminist scholarship ✤ Documents women’s experiences of poverty and classism at the interpersonal and institutional levels ✤ Offers policy analysis for reducing poverty and social inequality READERSHIP: Postgraduate and upper level undergraduate courses in psychology, sociology, social work, political science, and feminist studies; social scientists and professionals working in the areas of poverty and social inequality SERIES: CONTEMPORARY SOCIAL ISSUES AND INTERVENTIONS

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Children and Lying A Century of Scientific Research

EDITED BY KANG LEE & VICTORIA TALWAR Both at Queen's University, Canada

✤ Reviews the full body of scientific knowledge about the development of lying in children ✤ Analyzes the various cognitive, social-cultural, and neural factors that affect the development of lying ✤ Explores applications of research in educational, clinical and legal settings, and suggests directions for future research ✤ Investigates children’s concept of lying, moral judgments, development of lie-detection abilities, and lie-telling behavior in various contexts READERSHIP: Students and researchers in developmental psychology, parents, educators, legal professionals working with children, child clinicians, medical professions, and social workers SERIES: UNDERSTANDING CHILDREN’S WORLDS

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Between Skins The Body in Psychoanalysis – Recent Developments

NICOLA DIAMOND University of East London, UK

✤ The first book to address epistemological implications for a new understanding of the body and embodiment – offers a new perspective on the division between mind, body and world ✤ Explores the ways in which bodily processes and skin experience are inseparable from the environmental context ✤ Brings together a philosophical phenomenological account of body experience with key concepts from psychoanalysis, developmental research and neuroscience ✤ Responds to a growing interest in the body and psychoanalysis, and considers limitations in accounts of brain-body processes for psychoanalytical understanding READERSHIP: Psychoanalysts, psychotherapists, group analysts, academics and postgraduate students in neuroscientific interdisciplinary studies; neuropsychoanalysts, philosophers in the field and the social sciences

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State of the Science

EDITED BY T. A. DENNIS Hunter College, City University of New York, USA

✤ Presents the state of the science on the physiology of emotion from a developmental perspective ✤ Essays focus on 5 core themes: the time course of emotion, the context of physiological measurement, the nature of developing physiological and behavioral systems, the specificity of associations between physiological measures and distinct aspects of emotion, and coordination among multiple physiological systems ✤ An innovative view on the psychophysiology of emotion, emotional well-being, and affective psychopathology from a developmental perspective READERSHIP: Postgraduate psychologists and researchers in the fields of well-being, emotion and psychopathology SERIES: MONOGRAPHS OF THE SOCIETY FOR RESEARCH IN CHILD DEVELOPMENT (MONO)

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Physiological Measures of Emotion From a Developmental Perspective

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The Reality of Contemporary Discrimination in the United States The Consequences of Hidden Bias in Real World Contexts

JASON A. NIER & SAMUEL L. GAERTNER Connecticut College, USA; University of Delaware, USA

✤ Explores discrimination by race or gender as a likely source of inequality in the United States ✤ Examines the consequences of understated forms of racial and gender bias, and how these may be detected in the real world ✤ Interdisciplinary in focus, it integrates research from psychology, sociology, economics, and law ✤ Advances research aimed at detecting subtle biases – which even if unintentional can often prove very damaging – in order to inform civil rights law and public policy READERSHIP: Postgraduates, faculty, and researchers studying discrimination within psychology and related fields, including sociology, public policy, economics, and law SERIES: JOURNAL OF SOCIAL ISSUES

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Psychology RONALD COMER, ELIZABETH GOULD & ADRIAN FURNHAM Princeton University, USA; Princeton University, USA; University College London, UK

✤ Students are introduced to psychology as it relates to real life ✤ The interconnected approach makes links between different areas of psychological science ✤ An interactive eBook (included with every copy) has video cases, quizzes and exercises embedded right in the text ✤ Aimed at students in the UK and Europe this text encourages critical thinking READERSHIP: Year one psychology students on introductory courses

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Your Undergraduate Psychology Project 2nd Edition

MARK FORSHAW Leeds Metropolitan University, UK

✤ This new edition offers in-depth hints and tips in a simple, informal style designed to ease students further into the world of research ✤ Endorsed by the British Psychological Society and designed with the needs of the student in mind ✤ Structured chronologically around planning a project, carrying it out, and writing it up ✤ Expanded coverage on focus groups, choosing a research method, common errors, tips for achieving better marks, and issues around ethics, the law and research READERSHIP: Undergraduate psychology students

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7th Edition MARTIN H. JOHNSON University of Cambridge

✤ A fully-revised and updated edition of this best-selling textbook, supported by a Wiley Desktop Edition ✤ Provides an introduction to the fundamentals of reproduction, with the latest on conceptual, informational and applied aspects of reproduction ✤ Offers a more logical approach to the study of reproduction within a revised structure, with further reading suggestions to support research

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Essential Reproduction

✤ Includes a companion website at www.essentialreproduction.com containing all of the images from the book – perfect for instructor support READERSHIP: Undergraduates and postgraduates in medical, veterinary, midwifery, and the biological sciences SERIES: ESSENTIALS

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Human Genetics and Genomics 4th Edition

BRUCE R. KORF & MIRA B. IRONS Partners Center for Human Genetics & Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA; Children’s Hospital, Boston, MA

✤ This best-selling textbook presents the ideal balance between the bio-molecular basis of genetics and clinical cases, and includes a Wiley Desktop Edition ✤ Features a newly expanded Part 1, which introduces the reader to key concepts such as Mendelian principles, DNA replication and gene expression ✤ Now in full colour and updated to reflect today’s genetics teaching ✤ ‘Hot topics’ focus on the latest developments; ‘Ethical issues’ prompt further thought and discussion; ‘Sources of information’ assist the practicalities of clinical research; and ‘Clinical Snapshots’ relate science to practice ✤ Fully supported by a suite of online resources at www.korfgenetics.com READERSHIP: Undergraduate medical students, and biomedical science and life sciences students

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Surgery at a Glance 5th Edition

PIERCE A. GRACE University of Limerick

✤ A fully-revised edition of this best-selling title in the at a Glance series, updated to include orthopaedics and more focused ‘key points’ boxes ✤ Provides a concise summary of a comprehensive lecture course in surgery, divided into clinical presentations followed by major surgical conditions ✤ Focuses on the core principles and the important diseases appropriate to the current medical school curriculum and is ideally placed to sit alongside any surgery core textbook READERSHIP: Medical students, Foundation Programme doctors, and surgery trainees SERIES: AT A GLANCE

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Ear, Nose and Throat at a Glance NAZIA MUNIR & RAY CLARKE University Hospital Aintree, Liverpool; Royal Liverpool Children’s Hospital

✤ This brand new title in the at a Glance series provides an accessible introduction to this practical but complex topic, covering all areas of the undergraduate Otolaryngology curriculum ✤ Summarises the basic science relating to each anatomical area, and outlines practical guidelines on the examination of patients, with an overview of the most common disorders and diseases ✤ Provides advice on clinical skills, examinations and procedures - such as otoscopic examinations and tuning fork tests ✤ Includes self-assessment MCQs and EMQs questions and answers READERSHIP: Medical students, Foundation Programme doctors, ENT trainees, and nurses SERIES: AT A GLANCE

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BRAND NEW SERIES of books publishing January 2013 – the ‘Avoiding Errors’ series SERIES EDITORS: JOSEPH E. RAINE, KATE WILLIAMS & JONATHAN BONSER ‘Avoiding Errors in the medical specialties’ is a brand new, must-have series to help junior doctors and trainees learn from the most common and important errors in the clinical setting. Tips on ‘how not to do it’ enable junior and senior healthcare providers mitigate against patient safety incidents. And they offer reassuring legal comment on what to do if things do go wrong. ✤ Identifies and explains the most common and important medical errors – and how to avoid them! ✤ Uses a memorable case-based structure, based on real-life events, that reinforces the clinical context, providing clinical teaching points and strategies to help engage in safe practice ✤ Provides a unique medico-legal perspective, with advice on how to best deal with a complaint and subsequent potential consequences if things do go wrong READERSHIP: Foundation Programme doctors, Medical Students and Specialty Trainees, and Medical Educators

Avoiding Errors in General Practice KEVIN BARRACLOUGH, JENNY DU TOIT, JEREMY BUDD, JOSEPH E. RAINE, KATE WILLIAMS & JONATHAN BONSER General Practitioner; General Practitioner; East Quay Medical Centre, Somerset; Whittington Hospital, London; Radcliffe Le Brasseurs Solicitors; Fishburns Solicitors

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Avoiding Errors in Adult Medicine IAN RECKLESS, D. JOHN REYNOLDS, SALLY NEWMAN, JOSEPH E. RAINE, KATE WILLIAMS & JONATHAN BONSER University of Oxford; John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford; John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford; Whittington Hospital, London; Radcliffe Le Brasseurs Solicitors; Fishburns Solicitors

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Avoiding Errors in Paediatrics JOSEPH E. RAINE, KATE WILLIAMS & JONATHAN BONSER Whittington Hospital, London; Radcliffe Le Brasseurs Solicitors; Fishburns Solicitors

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AVIVA PETRIE & CAROLINE SABIN University of London; Royal Free Hospital, London

✤ This brand new title is the companion volume to Medical Statistics at a Glance ✤ Echoing the structure of and fully cross-referenced to Medical Statistics at a Glance, it offers a range of methods to assess and extend medical statistics knowledge ✤ Contextualises and tests all the key topics from the main title including critical appraisal, data analysis, and choice of appropriate statistical techniques ✤ Includes over 80 MCQs, 30 structured questions, and analysis of two complete published papers to demonstrate stats in practice

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Medical Statistics at a Glance Workbook

✤ Topic-based index is provided so that specific areas can be targeted and the title can be used in conjunction with any statistics textbook READERSHIP: Medical students, junior doctors, biomedical science students, and allied health students SERIES: AT A GLANCE

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Medical Statistics at a Glance Text and Workbook Bundle AVIVA PETRIE & CAROLINE SABIN University of London; Royal Free Hospital, London

✤ The bestselling Medical Statistics at a Glance, 3rd Edition, and its companion volume, Medical Statistics at a Glance Workbook, together at a specially-discounted price ✤ Provides the complete, concise, and accessible introduction to medical statistics ✤ Medical Statistics at a Glance Workbook includes over 80 MCQs, 30 structured questions, and analysis of two complete published papers to demonstrate stats in practice READERSHIP: Medical students, junior doctors, biomedical science students, and allied health students SERIES: AT A GLANCE

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Dermatology at a Glance MAHBUB M. U. CHOWDHURY, RUWANI P. KATUGAMPOLA & ANDREW Y. FINLAY University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff; University of Cardiff; University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff

✤ This brand new title in the at a Glance series provides an accessible introduction to the structure and function of skin ✤ Designed for any medical student required to interview and examine patients, identify skin diseases, and develop a differential diagnosis and treatment plan ✤ Covers the epidemiology and pathogenesis of each skin disease, as well as presentations likely to be encountered in both clinical practice and exams ✤ Includes over 300 high quality colour slides and photographs, and a self-assessment ‘picture quiz’ ✤ Includes a companion website at www.ataglanceseries.com/dermatology of self-assessment case studies, key point revision documents, further reading resources, and an image bank from the book READERSHIP: Medical Students, Foundation Programme doctors, and dermatology specialty trainees SERIES: AT A GLANCE

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The Situational Judgement Test at a Glance FRANCES VARIAN & LARA CARTWRIGHT Both Warwick University

✤ This brand new title in the at a Glance series is a concise, accessible introduction to this brand new, compulsory assessment that all junior doctors in the UK must sit — and pass — in order to practice medicine ✤ Offers hints and tips for best practice together with practice assessments and real-word advice ✤ Contains 50 case-based scenarios, based on real-life scenarios, each reviewed by experienced clinicians and item-writers of the UKFPO SJT, for self-testing prior to sitting the exam ✤ Presents the logical way of approaching best medical practice — and SJT — with examples of doctors’ personal experiences along the way READERSHIP: Final year UK medical students applying for the UK Foundation Programme SERIES: AT A GLANCE

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Lecture Notes: Epidemiology, Evidence-Based Medicine and Public Health 6th Edition

YOAV BEN-SHLOMO, SARA BROOKES & MATTHEW HICKMAN All of University of Bristol

✤ A thoroughly updated introduction to the core principles of epidemiology and public health with new studies and cases from around the globe ✤ Includes a brand new second section on Evidence-based Medicine, with advice on how to incorporate EBM principles into your own practice ✤ Includes learning objectives and key points in every chapter as well as extended coverage of critical appraisal and data interpretation READERSHIP: Medical students, Foundation Programme doctors, junior doctors, and public health students SERIES: LECTURE NOTES

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ABC of Cancer Care CARLO PALMIERI, RICHARD SIMCOCK & ESTHER BIRD Imperial College London; Royal Sussex County Hospital, Brighton; General Practice, Brighton

ABC of Cancer Care

✤ A new addition to the popular, reader-friendly, full colour ABC series ✤ A non-specialist cancer care text for primary care ✤ Provides a solid basis for the understanding of the common modalities of cancer care, indications and toxicities ✤ Written by a multidisciplinary contributor team READERSHIP: General practitioners, practice nurses, cancer care nurses, surgeons and oncologists in training, medical students SERIES: ABC

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ABC of Medically Unexplained Symptoms CHRISTOPHER BURTON University of Edinburgh

✤ A clear and practical guide to one of the biggest challenges in primary care ✤ Addresses the complex issues faced in treating and managing patients with ‘medically unexplained symptoms’ ✤ Medically unexplained symptoms are symptoms that do exist but are not adequately explained by tests or specialist examination ✤ Focuses on practical management of symptoms and treatment options with active patient involvement READERSHIP: General practitioners, practice nurses, specialist nurses, junior doctors, medical trainees and students SERIES: ABC

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Sustainable Healthcare KNUT SCHROEDER, TREVOR THOMPSON, KATHLEEN FRITH & DAVID PENCHEON University of Bristol; University of Bristol; Harvard Medical School; NHS Sustainable Development Unit, East of England Strategic Health Authority, Cambridge

✤ Presents a practical review of the complex issue of sustainable medicine ✤ Covers all relevant aspects of climate change and global environmental health including how environmental changes affect health care delivery ✤ Includes models on which to build sustainable healthcare systems and quotes original scientific sources ✤ Written by an expert author team drawn from general practice, academia and NHS Sustainable Development Unit READERSHIP: Health care managers, policy makers, health professionals

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JAMES WHELESS, DAVE CLARK, AMY MCGREGOR & FREEDOM PERKINS Director, Neuroscience Institute & Le Bonheur Comprehensive Epilepsy Program, Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital; Department of Pediatrics, Division of Neurology, Le Bonheur, University of Tennessee Health Science Center Comprehensive Epilepsy Program, Memphis, Tennessee; Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, University of Tennessee Health Science Center; University of Tennessee Health Science Center

✤ Explains principal investigations including EEG and MRI ✤ Reviews principles of pharmacological management, including adverse effects and alternative therapies ✤ Includes latest guidelines on surgical interventions for epilepsy READERSHIP: Postgraduate, professionals and trainees in neurology, psychiatry and pediatrics.

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Epilepsy in Children and Adolescents

Stroke KEVIN BARRETT & JAMES MESCHIA Both Mayo Clinic, Florida, USA

✤ Provides a practical approach to treating the complexities of stroke and preventing further occurrences ✤ A clinical ‘in the office’/’at the bedside’ guide ✤ Includes standardized clinical Instruments, evidence-based algorithms and guidelines throughout ✤ Contains ‘Tips and Tricks’ boxes with hints on improving outcomes via practical techniques and ‘Caution’ warning boxes with hints on avoiding problems" READERSHIP: Neurologists, cardiologists SERIES: NEUROLOGY IN PRACTICE

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Measures for Children with Developmental Disability framed by the ICF-CY ANNETTE MAJNEMER School of Physical & Occupational Therapy, McGill University

✤ Quickly identifies the best measures or outcomes for therapy needs assessment or service provision ✤ Uses the ICF-CY framework therefore facilitates the retrieval of one or more measures that are directly related to the components of this widely used classification scheme ✤ Each chapter includes tables that provide a capsule summary of the primary attributes of a subset of key measures for ease of reference READERSHIP: Occupational therapists, physical therapists, speech-language pathologists, psychologists, physicians, nurses SERIES: CLINICS IN DEVELOPMENTAL MEDICINE

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Acquired Brain Injury in the Fetus and Newborn MICHAEL SHEVELL & STEVEN MILLER McGill University; Division of Pediatric Neurology, Montreal Children’s Hospital, McGill University Health Center; Senior Clinician Scientist, CFRI and Associate Professor, in the Division of Neurology, Department of Pediatrics, at the University of British Columbia

✤ Up-to-date information on recent advances in understanding of acquired neonatal brain injury ✤ Pragmatic approach focusing on populations encountered regularly by the clinician to provide most relevant information ✤ Includes chapters on special populations and concerns often overlooked by other texts ✤ Superb team of international experts READERSHIP: Paediatric neurologists, neonatologists, neurologists and paediatricians, clinicians in child development, child health researchers and allied health professionals (in physiotherapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy and psychology)

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Essential Cardiac Electrophysiology ZAINUL ABEDIN University of Texas at El Paso

✤ Designed to answer the clinically-relevant questions most frequently posed by trainees, practitioners and support staff ✤ Reflects key changes in this fast-moving specialty, especially those regarding recommendations for improved outcomes in atrial fibrillation ablation, new ablation techniques and new antiarrhythmic drugs ✤ Self-assessment questions included to test knowledge of the material presented in each chapter ✤ End of chapter references highlight key articles from the current medical literature READERSHIP: Cardiac care nurses, EP and cardiology fellows, EP technicians, general clinical cardiologists, practicing electrophysiologists

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Morson and Dawson’s Gastrointestinal Pathology 5th Edition

NEIL A. SHEPHERD, BRYAN F. WARREN, GERAINT T. WILLIAMS, JOEL K. GREENSON, GREGORY Y. LAUWERS & MARCO R. NOVELLI Gloucestershire Cellular Pathology Laboratory, Cheltenham, UK; Cardiff University, UK; University of Michigan School of Medicine; Massachusetts General Hospital, USA; Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, USA; University College Hospital, London, UK

✤ New edition of the classic gastrointestinal pathology text ✤ Reviews the pathology of the GI tract in sections according to the anatomical part ✤ Helpful when making clinical treatment decisions ✤ Comprehensive and authoritative READERSHIP: Gastroenterologists, pathologists, and trainees in both specialties

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Irritable Bowel Syndrome Diagnosis and Clinical Management

ANTON EMMANUEL & EAMONN M. M. QUIGLEY University College Hospital, London; University College Cork

✤ Comprehensive yet concise guide to the diagnosis and management of IBS ✤ Four main parts: Overview, Diagnosis, Symptom-specific Treatment, and What’s Next in IBS ✤ Each chapter includes a summary of key points, and most chapters include cases and multiple choice questions ✤ Useful for rapid review at the point of care READERSHIP: Gastroenterologists and other medical professionals who treat patients with IBS

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Practical Manual of Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease MARCELO F. VELA, JOEL E. RICHTER & JOHN E. PANDOLFINO Baylor College of Medicine; University of South Florida; Northwestern University

✤ Provides gastroenterologists and resident/fellows in practice with a comprehensive clinical and practical management guide to one of the most prevalent conditions in medicine and one that they will be encountering daily, gastroesophageal reflux disease and related acid-reflux conditions ✤ Clearly structured into 2 different sections — one of which systematically approaches each different clinical presentation of GERD — perfect for the clinician seeing patients ✤ Contains a variety of pedagogic features such as case histories, potential pitfall boxes, key points, management algorithms, and useful weblinks in each chapter in order to maximise clinical accessibility ✤ Very strong editor team comprising three world-renowned experts in the field; Joel Richter edits the American Journal of Gastroenterology READERSHIP: Gastroenterologists in training and in practice

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GUNTER WOLF University of Jena, University Hospital, Jena, Germany

✤ Highly clinical, practical, diagnosis and management-orientated guide – key points, case studies, management algorithms and MCQs in every chapter ✤ Easy to digest and more practically accessible than traditional specialist textbooks ✤ The most comprehensive and up to date book on the clinical management of patients with kidney problems associated with diabetes READERSHIP: Primary: diabetes and endocrinology consultants and trainees, nephrology consultants and trainees; secondary: urologists

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Diabetes and Kidney Disease

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Thyroid Surgery Preventing and Managing Complications

PAOLO MICCOLI, DAVID J. TERRIS, MICHELE N. MINUTO & MELANIE W. SEYBT Surgery University of Pisa, Italy; University Augusta; University of Genoa, Italy; Columbia Ear, Nose and Throat Associates

✤ Highly practical, visual book incorporating both best surgical practice for routine operations and in overcoming complications ✤ Companion webside containing high-class surgical videos of thyroid surgery in action, as well as interviews from the editors themselves ✤ Contains several chapters on the newer forms of surgery, ie robotic and other minimally invasive techniques ✤ Written by recognized leaders in the US and Europe READERSHIP: Primary: endocrine and head/neck surgeons, endocrinology consultants, general surgeons, otolaryngologists; secondary: endocrinology fellows/residents/registrars, surgery residents/fellows

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Human Blood Groups 3rd Edition

GEOFF DANIELS Bristol Institute for Transfusion Sciences & Secretary General, International Society of Blood Transfusion

✤ Incorporates latest information on the genes for various blood groups ✤ Includes greater content on the functional significance of blood groups, ensuring it is more biologically and clinically orientate ✤ Integrates serology with molecular biology, so marries the basic understanding at the genetic level with a cellular understanding of the red blood cell membrane ✤ Covers techniques used in blood grouping, troubleshooting and quality assurance READERSHIP: Primary Audience: All those working in the field of blood banking, transfusion and transplantation, particularly those in transfusion laboratories and blood banks

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Imported Skin Diseases 2nd Edition

WILLIAM R. FABER, RODERICK J. HAY & BERNARD NAAFS University of Amsterdam, NL; Kings College Hospital, UK; Leiden University Medical Center, NL

✤ Offers a Concise clinical guide to possible foreign diseases in dermatology that dermatologists are unfamiliar with ✤ Written by dermatologists with active practice overseas, this clinical orientated and highly illustrated book enables practitioners to quickly identify whether unusual skin diseases might be of foreign cause and what treatments are needed READERSHIP: Primary: dermatologists; secondary: infectious disease and general physicians

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Ethnic Dermatology Principles and Practice

OPHELIA E. DADZIE, ANTOINE PETIT & ANDREW ALEXIS St John’s Institute of Dermatology, Guy’s & St Thomas’ NHS Foundation, UK; Hôpital Saint Louis, Paris, France; St Lukes Roosevelt Hospital

✤ Practical advice on the diagnosis and management of dermatological conditions in ethnic minorities ✤ Covers all skin types and the different presentations and treatments for skin diseases ✤ Written by internationally recognised editors ✤ Invaluable for primary care physicians and those in other specialties who encounter a significant number of ethnic minorities in their practice READERSHIP: Primary: clinical dermatologists, registrars and consultant dermatologists, primary care physicians with an interest in dermatology; secondary: dermatology nurses, physicians from other specialities, eg paediatricians and plastic surgeons

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Abdominal Organ Retrieval and Transplantation Bench Surgery GABRIEL ONISCU, JOHN FORSYTHE & JOHN FUNG Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh; Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh; Cleveland Clinic, Ohio

✤ An essential go-to reference for all involved with abdominal organ retrieval and bench surgery, providing detailed, organ-specific guidance ✤ Provides thorough guidance on dealing with anatomical variations ✤ Includes practice learning points for each procedure and decision algorithms for both common and challenging clinical scenarios READERSHIP: Transplant surgeons, trainees and fellows, as well as other professionals involved in abdominal organ transplantation

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Top Tips in Urology 2nd Edition

JOHN MCLOUGHLIN, NEIL BURGESS, ANDREW DOBLE, JOHN KELLY, HANIF MOTIWALA & MARK SPEAKMAN West Suffolk Hospital; Norfolk & Norwich Hospital; Addenbrookes Hospital; London University College Hospital; Wexham Park Hospital; Musgrove Park Hospital

✤ Unique format – presents superb clinical guidance to common questions and problems in the form of tips and tricks ✤ Wide international mix of urologists contributing 2018 'tips and tricks' ✤ Affordable for both specialists and trainees ✤ Extremely accessible and approachable, and a convenient size to carry around on the wards READERSHIP: Practicing urologists and urologic surgeons, both senior trainees/residents and consultants/specialists. Urology nurses, surgical anaesthetists

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Osteoporosis Diagnosis and Management

DALE STOVALL Departments of Obstetrics and Gynecology and Internal Medicine, University of Virginia

Osteoporosis

✤ First book on contemporary approaches to osteoporosis ✤ Fuses science and clinical content ✤ Aimed at 2018 generalist specialists', eg gynecologists, rather than specialists in osteoporosis ✤ Looks at early identification and prevention as well as treatment ✤ Includes coverage of osteoporosis in men as well as women READERSHIP: Gynecologists, endocrinologists, urologists, rheumatologists, family physicians

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Expanded from ‘Pathy’s Principles and Practice of Geriatric Medicine 5th Edition'

DAVID J. STOTT & GORDON D.O. LOWE Both University of Glasgow

✤ Provides complete, authoritative information on one of the major disabling diseases of old age ✤ Covers epidemiology, pathophysiology and practical management of cardiovascular disease in older patients ✤ Written by leading experts in the field

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Cardiovascular Disease and Health in the Older Patient

✤ A must-have reference at all clinical and pre-clinical levels READERSHIP: Geriatricians and cardiologists

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Handbook of Palliative Care 3rd Edition

CHRISTINA FAULL, SHARON DECASTECKER, ALEX NICHOLSON & FRASER BLACK Leicestershire & Rutland Organisation for the Relief of Suffering (LOROS), The Leicestershire & Rutland Hospice; Leicestershire & Rutland Organisation for the Relief of Suffering (LOROS), The Leicestershire & Rutland Hospice; James Cook University Hospital, Middlesbrough; Victoria Hospice, Canada

✤ Written by expert UK and North American physicians and nurses in the areas of their contributions ✤ Thorough updating of coverage of medicine management and complementary medicine in palliative care ✤ A “Tips in advanced cancer care� addition to the chapter on managing complications of cancer, greater focus in the HIV/AIDS chapter (14) on care pertinent to developing countries, and expansion of the end of life care chapter (21) ✤ Three new chapters on choice, equality, and diversity; dementia; and advance care planning in palliative care READERSHIP: All healthcare professionals involved in palliative care: nurses, doctors, occupational therapists, physiotherapists, pharmacists, chaplains, social workers, healthcare students, and cancer care staff

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Anesthesia and the Fetus YEHUDA GINOSAR, FELICITY REYNOLDS, STEPHEN H. HALPERN & AHMET BASCHAT Hadassah Hebrew University Medical Center, Jerusalem; St Thomas’ Hospital, Kings College London; University of Toronto; University of Kansas

✤ Covers all aspects of anesthesia affecting the fetus throughout in utero life ✤ A concise, practical guide backed up by theory, it also discusses wider ethical and legal considerations ✤ Uses fetal and neonatal outcomes as the basis for assessing the effects of anesthetic interventions during pregnancy READERSHIP: Anesthetists, anesthesia trainees, obstetricians and fetal-maternal physicians

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Evidence-Based Emergency Care Diagnostic Testing and Clinical Decision Rules 2nd Edition

JESSE M. PINES, EDITOR CHRISTOPHER R. CARPENTER, EDITOR ALI S. RAJA & JEREMIAH D. SCHUUR George Washington University, Washington, DC, USA; Washington University, St. Louis, MO, USA; Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, USA; Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, USA

✤ This user-friendly guide to decision-making in the emergency department has been fully revised and updated to include clearer presentation of evidence and increased coverage ✤ Includes 18 all-new chapters and updated comments section reflecting new evidence since the previous edition ✤ Revised clinical question section now formatted to reflect the PICO format READERSHIP: Emergency physicians; residents on emergency medicine training programmes; emergency department staff SERIES: EVIDENCE-BASED MEDICINE

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Human Factors in the Health Care Setting A Pocket Guide for Clinical Instructors

ADVANCED LIFE SUPPORT GROUP Manchester, UK

✤ Harm can be done, and lives lost, because of human error. Building on lessons learned in the aviation industry, Human Factors as a concept is now being applied to the healthcare environment ✤ This book looks at the relationships between humans and their interactions within teams: it will help the reader to recognize factors leading to errors and provides practical guidelines on how to avoid or minimize these ✤ A concise guide to integrating human factors into medicine, this book is written by well-respected members of the emergency medicine, critical care and medical education communities READERSHIP: Emergency medicine physicians and educators, all those wanting a grounding in human factors and its application in healthcare

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Evidence-Based Pediatric Oncology 3rd Edition

EvidenceBased Pediatric Oncology

ROSS PINKERTON, A. G. SHANKAR & KATHERINE MATTHAY Mater Children’s Hospital, Brisbane; University College, London; University of California, San Francisco

✤ Evidence-based Pediatric Oncology is a ground-breaking text on the management of childhood cancers ✤ Established as the most up to date reviews of trials in pediatric oncology ✤ Includes reviews and commentaries by the world’s leading experts ✤ Provides systematic reviews with recommendations for optimum treatments for childhood cancer ✤ Covers all tumour types occurring in children and young adults READERSHIP: Primary Audience: Paediatric oncologists, oncologists, paediatricians, and specialist nurses SERIES: EVIDENCE-BASED MEDICINE

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Statistical Modelling of ICU Data DR SYLVIE CHEVRET, DR MATTHIEU RESCHE-RIGON & ROMAIN PIRRACCHIO U717 Inserm, France; Biostatistique et Informatique MĂŠdicale, France; Biostatistique et Informatique MĂŠdicale, France

Statistical Modelling of ICU Data

✤ Provides both an introduction to and an advanced understanding of statistical modelling of ICU data with case studies and worked examples ✤ Addresses clinical endpoints used in ICU, such as different measures of mortality and the analysis of repeated measures ✤ Deals with data from randomised clinical trials and observational nonrandomised studies, often used in ICU READERSHIP: Postgraduate students, practitioners, statisticians and clinicians involved in the analysis of ICU data SERIES: STATISTICS IN PRACTICE

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A Practical Guide to Clustered Candomised Trials – Design and Analysis for Healthcare Evaluation

A Practical Guide to Clustered Candomised Trials – Design and Analysis for Healthcare Evaluation MICHAEL J. CAMPBELL & STEPHEN J. WALTERS Both of University of Sheffield, UK

✤ Takes a practical approach to appeal to both applied statisticians and biomedical researchers, with analysis techniques such as Stata, SPSS and R carefully explained ✤ Features real examples, taken from the author’s combined 50 years’ experience in designing and analysing clinical trials ✤ Explores advanced topics, such as marginal and random effect generalised linear models with simple explanations and examples provided ✤ Features a clear, accessible style written by experienced statisticians with a successful track record in publishing READERSHIP: Statisticians and researchers in the biopharmaceutical industry, academia and higher education, medical and public health organisations; postgraduates in biomedical statistics, public health andepidemiology, medical and health sciences SERIES: STATISTICS IN PRACTICE

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An Essential Guide for Nursing & Healthcare Students 2nd Edition

MURALITHARAN NAIR & EDITOR IAN PEATE University of Hertfordshire; EN(G) RGN DipN(Lond) RNT BEd(Hons) MA(Lond) LLM Professor of Nursing Editor-in-Chief British Journal of Nursing

✤ Superb full colour illustrations, bringing this subject to life ✤ Full of extra features to help improve the learning process, including key words, test-your-knowledge, exercises, further reading and learning outcomes ✤ New case studies throughout to help you understand how to apply the knowledge in clinical practice

Fundamentals of Applied Pathophysiology

NURSING

Fundamentals of Applied Pathophysiology

✤ Supported by an online resource centre with fantastic extras for both lecturers and students READERSHIP: Nursing and health care students SERIES: FUNDAMENTALS

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The Midwife’s Labour and Birth Handbook 3rd Edition

VICKY CHAPMAN & CATHY CHARLES Frimley Park NHS Trust

✤ This fully revised and updated third edition of The Midwife’s Labour and Birth Handbook is a practical and accessible guide to midwifery care ✤ Promotes normality and woman-centred care, using research, evidence-based guidelines and anecdotal accounts from women ✤ An essential guide for both student midwives and experienced practising midwives ✤ New to this edition: Full colour photographs including a kneeling breech birth; suturing diagrams to assist left-handed midwives; expanded chapters on slow progress in labour and malposition/ malpresentations, including a rare photograph of a face presentation birth READERSHIP: Midwifery students and practising midwives

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Practice Development in Nursing and Healthcare 2nd Edition

BRENDAN MCCORMACK, KIM MANLEY & ANGIE TITCHEN University of Ulster, Northern Ireland; Cantebury Christ Church University; University of Ulster, Northern Ireland

✤ New updated edition of a seminal text in the field, including significant new material ✤ Relevance inclusive of the health care team ✤ Accessible and practical in style, with case studies, scenarios and examples throughout ✤ Edited and with contribution by experts in the field ✤ Supported by a strong evidence base READERSHIP:Practice Development Nurses; Research Nurses; Nurse educators; Students on nursing and healthcare programmes undertaking research modules, practice development modules and evidence-based practice modules

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Understanding Laboratory Investigations A Guide for Nurses, Midwives and Health Professionals 3rd Edition

CHRIS HIGGINS MSc, FIBMS, DMLM, former Chief Medical Laboratory Scientific Officer, now a freelance writer, Dorset

✤ Fully updated and revised third edition – now includes a wider variety of tests, and paediatric coverage ✤ Increased accessibility and user-friendliness, via the use of a second text colour, improved illustrations,increased number of case histories, inclusion of bullet-pointed learning objectives at the head of each chapter; boxed summaries at the end of each chapter; test questions at the end of each chapter ✤ Additional chapter dealing with a range of tests used to screen for specific diseases – divided into neonatal screening and adult screening READERSHIP: Primary: Undergraduate and postgraduate nursing and health students on clinical placements; Secondary: Qualified nurses working in the following areas of practice: haematology, infection control, diabetes, and blood transfusion

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Kidney Disease Management A Practical Approach for Non-Specialists

RACHEL LEWIS & HELEN NOBLE ✤ Based on the best available evidence condensed into an accessible format aimed at busy practitioners ✤ Includes professional insights into the practicalities of managing complex patients ✤ Emphasises the centrality of the patient and family and the need to share information and expertise across traditional boundaries ✤ Written by professionals, general and specialist, who have experience of the challenges of managing people with kidney disease in a number of settings READERSHIP: Newly qualified staff in the following areas: community nursing; district nurses; practice nurses; hospital nurses; gerontological nurses; Pre-registration and post-registration students on the following courses: long term conditions; chronic diseases; renal care; critical care;

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Wound Healing and Skin Integrity Principles and Practice

MADELEINE FLANAGAN University of Hertfordshire, UK

✤ A practical, accessible, evidence-based manual on wound care and skin integrity ✤ Integrates related aspects of skin integrity, wound management and dermatology previously found in separate texts into one comprehensive resource ✤ Written from a broad international perspective with contributions from key international opinion leaders from Australia, UK, Canada and Europe ✤ Contains definition of key terms, relates anatomy and physiology to clinical practice and provides a summary of easily accessible, internet learning resources READERSHIP: Health professionals in varied international health settings managing skin integrity and wounds, specialist postgraduate students

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EvidenceBased Nursing Care for Stroke and Neurovascular Conditions

Evidence-Based Nursing Care for Stroke and Neurovascular Conditions SHEILA A. ALEXANDER University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing, Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, USA.

✤ Provides a practical guide on the care of neurovascular patients ✤ Based on nursing theory and evidence-based nursing interventions ✤ Includes detail on the management of acute symptoms, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation READERSHIP: RNs and APRNs, neuroscience nurses, neurosurgery nurses and neurologic nursis at the RN and APRN level, rehabilitation nurses, neuro-rehabilitation nurses

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Tinnitus A Multidisciplinary Approach 2nd Edition

DAVID BAGULEY, GERHARD ANDERSSON, DON MCFERRAN & LAURENCE MCKENNA Cambridge University Hospitals, UK; LinkĂśping University, Sweden; Colchester Hospital University, NHS, UK; Royal National Throat Nose & Ear Hospital, London

✤ Provides a broad account of tinnitus and hyperacusis ✤ Details the latest research in clinical management, incorporating insights from audiology, otology, psychology, psychiatry and auditory neuroscience ✤ Promotes a collaborative approach to treatment that will benefit patients and clinicians alike ✤ Updated and revised in line with the very latest developments in the field by internationally renowned authors READERSHIP: Undergraduate and postgraduate audiology students, audiologists, audiological physicians and hearing therapists

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Psychoanalytic Thinking in Occupational Therapy LINDSEY NICHOLLS, JULIE CUNNINGHAM PIERGROSSI, CAROLINA DE SENA GIBERTONI, & MARGARET A. DANIEL Brunel University, UK; Piergrossi, University of Milan, Italy; University of Milan, Italy; Lansdowne Psychotherapy Service, Glasgow, UK

✤ The first book to take a psychoanalytic approach to occupational therapy ✤ Distills cutting edge topics into clinically relevant guidance ✤ Features clinical examples throughout, showing theory in practice ✤ Written by an experienced international team of authors READERSHIP: academic and clinical occupational therapists; psychotherapists

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Oral Medicine and Medically Complex Patients 6th Edition

PETER LOCKHART Institute for Oral Medicine at Carolinas Medical Center, Charlotte, North Carolina, USA

✤ Fully revised with over 15 additional charts and tables, expanded coverage on maxillofacial prosthodontics and increasingly prevalent conditions such as ONJ ✤ Includes a supplementary website with downloadable tables, figures, and charts from the book ✤ Must-have resource for general practice residents, oral surgery and pediatric dentistry residents, dental students, dentists in non-traditional practice settings and all community-based dental practitioners

Oral Medicine and Medically Complex Patients

READERSHIP: Dental students; residents in general practice and specialty training; general dentists

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Risk Assessment and Oral Diagnostics in Clinical Dentistry DENA J. FISCHER, NATHANIEL S. TREISTER & ANDRES PINTO University of Illinois at Chicago College of Dentistry, Chicago, Illinois, USA; Harvard School of Dential Medicine and Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts, USA; University of Pennyslvania School of Dental Medicine and University of Pennsylvania Medical Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

✤ Focuses solely on diagnostic modalities ✤ Tables for each chapter highlight succinct diagnostic testing information ✤ Color photos show conditions, histology slides, radiographic images, and test procedures/results ✤ Appendix featuring the Top 10 oral conditions encountered by dentists READERSHIP: general dentists, dental hygienists, predoctoral dental students, oral medicine instructors, and oral pathologists Risk Assessment and Oral Diagnostics in Clinical Dentistry aims to enable the dental practitioner to comfortably and capably assess when medical conditions may impact dental care and diagnose oral conditions using routine testing modalities

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Soft-Tissue Lasers in Dental Hygiene JESSICA BLAYDEN & ANGIE MOTT Private Practice, Cedar Hills, Utah, USA; Private Practice, Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA

✤ Written by dental hygienists experienced in laser use and protocols ✤ Clinical cases present treatment at different stages of periodontal disease ✤ Business tips, including billing and filing insurance claims READERSHIP: dental hygienists and general dentists Soft-tissue Lasers in Dental Hygiene is the first book to explain laser use in periodontal therapy by dental hygienists

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Practical Health Promotion

POLITY

2nd Edition

JOHN HUBLEY, JUNE COPEMAN & JAMES WOODALL Late of Leeds Metropolitan University, UK; both of Leeds Metropolitan University, UK

✤ The most introductory and practically focused textbook on health promotion available ✤ New edition brings the book right up-to-date with latest guidelines, health-promotion issues, as well as methods and resources such as digital technologies ✤ Full of thoughtfully compiled pedagogical tools, such as practical learning activities, case studies, and resources for further guidance ✤ Accompanied by a feature-packed website READERSHIP: Foundation-level, first- and second-year students, as well as allied health care professionals, requiring a practically focused introduction to health promotion

."3t11tt13tĂŠ REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-745-63666-5

Handbook of Laboratory Animal Management and Welfare 4th Edition

SARAH WOLFENSOHN & MAGGIE LLOYD Independent Consultant in Animal Health and Welfare, UK; Independent Veterinary Consultant, UK

✤ New edition of an essential best-selling handbook with emphasis on best practice in order to improve the welfare of laboratory animals ✤ Covers husbandry, handling, and the education and training required by scientists and technical staff ✤ Reflects changes in European legislation and their impact on national legislation ✤ New chapters on ethical considerations and balancing animal welfare with science ✤ Spiral bound for ease-of-use as a bench-top reference READERSHIP: All personnel carrying out scientific procedures using animals, study directors designing research programmes, animal technicians and veterinarians working with laboratory animal species

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Dog Breeding, Whelping and Puppy Care GARY ENGLAND Dean of the School of Veterinary Medicine and Science, University of Nottingham

✤ A concise and accessible guide to the process of reproduction in dogs and bitches ✤ Considers all aspects of the physiology, anatomy and endocrinology of the male and female reproductive system ✤ Also discusses mating, pregnancy and parturition ✤ Includes chapters on anatomical abnormalities, abnormal physiology and endocrinology, intersexuality, infertility, contraception and surgical procedures ✤ Builds on content first published in Allen’s Fertility and Obstetrics in the Dog (Blackwell, 1998) with substantial revisions and updates READERSHIP: Professional dog breeders, vets in practice, veterinary nurses

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Clinical Endocrinology of Companion Animals EDITOR JACQUIE RAND, SECTION EDITOR ELLEN BEHREND, SECTION EDITOR DANIELLE GUNN-MOORE & SECTION EDITOR MICHELLE CAMPBELL-WARD University of Queensland; Auburn University; The University of Edinburgh

✤ Provides a quick reference on effectively treating patients with endocrine disorders ✤ Offers a consistent presentation for ease of use ✤ Covers the most common endocrine diseases encountered in daily practice ✤ Written by top veterinary endocrinologists ✤ Encompasses small animal, exotic, and equine practice READERSHIP: Veterinarians in general practice, specialists in a variety of disciplines, residents preparing for specialty exams and students

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LUIS CAMPOY & MATT READ Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine; Western Veterinary Specialist and Emergency Centre

✤ Offers a practical, clinically oriented resource for regional anesthesia techniques ✤ Outlines procedures using a step-by-step approach ✤ Focuses on the practical application of loco-regional principles ✤ Provides guidance for managing both acute and chronic pain ✤ Presents clinical photographs, line drawings, and tables to support the concepts described READERSHIP: Veterinary anesthesiologists and small animal practitioners

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Small Animal Regional Anesthesia and Analgesia

VETERINARY

Small Animal Regional Anesthesia and Analgesia

Advances in Small Animal Total Joint Replacement JEFFREY N. PECK & DENIS J. MARCELLIN-LITTLE Affiliated Veterinary Specialists, Maitland, Florida; College of Veterinary Medicine, North Carolina State University

✤ Offers an overview of the current state of the art for joint replacement in veterinary surgery ✤ Includes information on biomechanics and biomaterials not available elsewhere in the published literature ✤ Provides information on potential complications and outcomes assessment for each procedure ✤ Written by an internationally renowned list of authors ✤ Part of the Advances in Veterinary Surgery series co-published with the American College of Veterinary Surgeons Foundation READERSHIP: small animal surgeons, surgery residents, and practitioners with an interest in these techniques SERIES: AVS ADVANCES IN VETERINARY SURGERY

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Stress and Pheromonatherapy in Small Animal Clinical Behaviour DANIEL S. MILLS, MAYA BRAEM DUBÉ & HELEN ZULCH University of Lincoln; formerly University of Lincoln; University of Lincoln

✤ Offers a framework for understanding how pheromonatherapy can be used to encourage desirable behavior in dogs and cats ✤ Starts from first principles and is useful to both academics and practitioners alike ✤ Provides a framework for the evaluation of problem behaviour to allow consideration of the possible role or not of pheromonatherapy ✤ Covers the application of these concepts to a range of specific situations READERSHIP: Veterinarians in small animal practice, students of clinical animal behaviour, veterinary nurses and technicians, as well as specialists and researchers in animal behaviour therapy

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Veterinary Nursing of Exotic Pets 2nd Edition

SIMON J. GIRLING Strathmore Veterinary Clinic

✤ Definitive reference book on the principles and practice of nursing exotic species ✤ Covers husbandry, nutrition, and handling as well as an overview of diseases and treatments ✤ Now with full colour artwork ✤ New material on emergency and critical care, radiography and small marsupials ✤ Now covers care of hospitalised exotics as well as guidance on home-care READERSHIP: Veterinary nurses

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Practical Emergency and Critical Care Veterinary Nursing PAUL ALDRIDGE & LOUISE O’DWYER Senior Surgeon, Petmedics, Manchester; Clinical Director, Petmedics, Manchester

✤ A step-by-step guide to key emergency and critical care procedures and hands-on nursing care ✤ Colour photographs of real life cases take readers through the procedures and after-care, detailing essential skills ✤ Provides vital information for emergency and critical care situations, both within first-opinion practice and the emergency clinic ✤ Shows veterinary nurses how to apply their existing skills to an emergency situation ✤ Written by a veterinary nurse and a veterinary surgeon who work together in the largest UK emergency clinic READERSHIP: Veterinary nurses studying towards qualifications, and veterinary nurses working in veterinary emergency and critical care

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Animal Welfare in Veterinary Practice JAMES YEATES Chief Veterinary Officer at the RSPCA, Chair of the BVA Ethics and Welfare Group and the BSAVA Welfare Committee, and editor of the Journal of Animal Welfare Science, Ethics and Law

✤ Presents practical and realistic methods for all veterinary professionals working with owners to improve patients’ welfare within the constraints of everyday practice ✤ Provides useful advice for work within many legal jurisdictions ✤ Includes summaries of research, vital references, and further reading sources ✤ Key points are recapped at the end of each chapter ✤ Assumes no prior knowledge and includes a glossary of animal welfare terminology READERSHIP: All those working in the veterinary and related professions, including veterinarians, veterinary nurses, animal welfare scientists, animal behaviourists, paraprofessionals and lay staff SERIES: UFAW ANIMAL WELFARE

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BSAVA Manual of Canine and Feline Haematology and Transfusion Medicine 2nd Edition

EDITOR MICHAEL J. DAY & EDITOR BARBARA KOHN Senior Lecturer in Veterinary Pathology, University of Bristol, UK; Fachbereich Veterinärmedizin, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany

✤ Covers the basic principles of haematology, updated for this edition to include new diagnostic procedures and new treatment strategies ✤ New chapters on anaemia of inflammation and neoplasia, non-regenerative anaemia, and vascular thrombosis ✤ A completely revised chapter with the latest information on feline haemoplasmosis, an area of rapid development ✤ The section on transfusion medicine has been reorganized and expanded, with stand-alone chapters on canine and feline blood groups and transfusion. A new chapter considers the use of blood substitutes READERSHIP: Veterinarians in small animal practice SERIES: BSAVA BRITISH SMALL ANIMAL VETERINARY ASSOCIATION

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BSAVA Manual of Feline Practice A Foundation Manual

ANDREA HARVEY & SÉVERINE TASKER Both Department of Clinical Veterinary Science, University of Bristol, UK

✤ Practical and easy-to follow advice on a wide variety of common feline problems ✤ Covers important general issues in effective feline practice ✤ Includes a problem-oriented section with step-by-step guides to investigating and/or managing common problems ✤ A systems-based section contains more detailed information on management of specific disorders ✤ Has quick reference guides to practical treatments or techniques throughout the book READERSHIP: Veterinarians in first opinion practice. Practical easy-to-follow advice for veterinarians in general practice on a wide variety of common feline problems.

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3rd Edition

HILARY JACKSON & ROSANNA MARSELLA RCVS Recognised Specialist in Veterinary Dermatology, partner in the Dermatology Referral Service, Glasgow, UK; Professor, Small Animal Clinical Sciences, University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine, USA

✤ Practical manual in canine and feline dermatology providing a solid grounding in basic techniques as well as details of specific conditions ✤ Provides a solid understanding of how to logically and sequentially approach a dermatological case ✤ Takes a problem-oriented approach to the common dermatological conditions encountered in practice ✤ Covers the major skin diseases of dogs and cats caused by bacteria, yeast, fungi and parasites READERSHIP: Veterinarians in small animal practice

VETERINARY

BSAVA Manual of Canine and Feline Dermatology

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BSAVA Pocketbook for Vets SHELDON MIDDLETON Acorn House Veterinary Surgery, Bedford, UK

✤ Quick reference pocket book to help newly qualified veterinarians in their day-to-day work in small animal practice ✤ Provides the new graduate with a precise and quick guide to the important drugs, tests and procedures most commonly encountered in small animal practice ✤ Pulls together information from the BSAVA Small Animal Formulary, BSAVA manuals and other sources ✤ A ‘quick glance’ reference that can be carried in a scrub to Tocket for ease of use when consulting or during ward rounds READERSHIP: newly qualified small animal veterinarians and those needing a refresher

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BSAVA/VPIS Guide to Common Canine and Feline Poisons VPIS ✤ Quick reference information relating to poisoning of small animal pets ✤ Covers poisoning due to commonly encountered substances, plants and other items ✤ For each agent, information is given on toxicology, clinical effects, appropriate first aid and subsequent management and prognosis ✤ Enables veterinary surgeons and their staff to give appropriate guidance over the telephone or in person, to clients that suspect their animals may have been poisoned ✤ A ‘traffic light’ system indicates the level of concern and urgency READERSHIP: veterinarians and veterinary nurses working in small animal practice

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Veterinary Forensics 2nd Edition

MELINDA D. MERCK Veterinary Forensics Consulting, LLC in Atlanta, Georgia

✤ Provides detailed, clear direction on managing animal abuse cases, from crime scene investigation and forensic testing to compiling evidence and testifying in court ✤ Concentrates more fully on findings in cases of animal abuse and offers more pathology information throughout ✤ Offers new chapters on abuse in horses and other large animals, abuse in poultry and pet birds, and testifying and reporting as an expert witness ✤ Provides updated and expanded information in each chapter, including current research findings ✤ Includes access to a companion website with forms and checklists to download and use in forensics investigations READERSHIP: veterinarians, veterinary pathologists, veterinary students, shelter and humane association workers, animal control, and law enforcement officials

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VETERINARY / ANIMAL SCIENCE & ZOOLOGY

Shelter Medicine for Veterinarians and Staff 2nd Edition

LILA MILLER & STEPHEN ZAWISTOWSKI Vice President of Veterinary Outreach at ASPCA; University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine

✤ Features expanded husbandry coverage to include small and exotic mammals ✤ Presents new treatment and control guidelines for infectious diseases ✤ Offers a full color, user-friendly design with information cross-referenced between chapters ✤ Provides updated and expanded coverage of animal cruelty, including new laws, animal hoarding and toxicology ✤ Includes new information on shelter design and spay/neuter programs READERSHIP: veterinarians, veterinary technicians, veterinary assistants, shelter professionals, veterinary students, veterinary technician students

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Equine Genomics BHANU CHOWDHARY Texas A&M University, USA

Equine Genomics

✤ Provides a timely and comprehensive overview of equine genomic research ✤ Features key accomplishments, the current state of research, and reviews possible applications of genomic technologies to horse breeding, health, and welfare ✤ Delivers a global overview of the topic seamlessly edited by a leading equine genomics researcher ✤ Serves as an indispensible source of information for anyone with an interest in this increasingly important field of study READERSHIP: Equine genomics researchers and biologists, genomic technologists and all those interested in horse genome sequence

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Oocyte Physiology and Development in Domestic Animals

Oocyte Physiology and Development in Domestic Animals REBECCA L. KRISHER University of Illinois, USA

✤ A valuable review of state of the art knowledge on oocyte molecular and physiological mechanisms that are critical to oocyte health and quality ✤ Provides readers with the fundamental understanding of these key processes and summerises this important field of research ✤ Key areas of oocyte physiology, including gene expression, epigenetic control of gene expression, homeostasis, and metabolism are covered ✤ Valuable reference for animal scientists, embryologists, reproductive specialists working in both research and clinical settings READERSHIP: Animal Scientists, domestic animal reproductive specialists, physiologists, assisted reproduction specialists, as well as human assisted reproductive technology researchers and students

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Dictionary of Zoo Biology and Animal Management PAUL A. REES University of Salford, UK

✤ Features a comprehensive dictionary of terms covering zoology, taxonomy, anatomy veterinary science, zoo design and management, in situ conservation, and captive breeding ✤ Also features encyclopedic entries, descriptions of important zoos, a list of useful acronyms and short biographies of zoologists, zoo designers and architects, zoo curators and influential historical figures ✤ Serves as a definitive reference and teaching tool for students and professionals in zoo biology, management, wildlife medicine, and conservation science READERSHIP: Students taking courses in zoo biology, animal management, animal welfare, veterinary medicine, wildlife biology, conservation biology, and professionals working in zoos, wildlife parks, and in captive breeding programmes

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LEE I. CHIBA Auburn University, USA

✤ Covers the most recent advancements in sustainability to promote reduced pork production costs and waste ✤ Includes recent topics such as alternative feedstuffs, feed additives, and bioavailability ✤ Discusses environmental topics such as waste and odour management ✤ Represents the writings of an international team of experts in the field READERSHIP: Livestock scientists and industry professionals involved in all aspects of pork production

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Global Challenges in Integrated Coastal Zone Management Volume 2

ERLEND MOKSNESS, EINAR DAHL & JOSIANNE STĂ˜TTRUP Institute of Marine Research, Norway; Institute of Marine Research, Norway; DTU Aqua, National Institute of Aquatic Resources, Denmark

✤ Represents a wealth of timely information for all those involved in coastal zone management ✤ Provides information of vital importance in environmental studies ✤ Based on presentations and findings at the 2nd International Symposium on Integrated Coastal Zone Management that took place in Arendal, Norway in June 2011 ✤ Comprises contributions from around the globe, and edited by internationally known experts READERSHIP: Fisheries scientists and managers, fish biologists, marine biologists and ecologists, environmental scientists, conservation biologists and oceanographers, members of fish and wildlife agencies and government departments covering conservation and management

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Decision Making in Natural Resource Management A Structured, Adaptive Approach

MICHAEL J. CONROY, JAMES T. PETERSON & KRISHNA PACIFICI University of Georgia, USA; Oregon State University, USA; University of Georgia, USA

✤ Presents the application of advanced techniques of decision analysis in a way that is useful for college and postgraduate students in natural resource management and conservation ✤ Uses models that utilise familiar statistical techniques in the R environment ✤ Does not assume extensive prior knowledge of quantitative techniques and mathematics and statistics READERSHIP: Postgraduate students and practitioners of natural resource management and conservation science. Senior undergraduate students in conservation biology and resource management undertaking course research projects

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Novel Ecosystems Intervening in the New Ecological World Order

RICHARD J. HOBBS, ERIC S. HIGGS & CAROL HALL University of Western Australia, Australia; University of Victoria, Canada; University of Victoria, Canada

✤ Discusses the idea of novel ecosystems, which consist of systems arising out of novel species combinations and/or new environmental conditions ✤ Features the first written publication on this exciting, emerging area of applied ecology ✤ Includes advice for managers and policy makers on reviewing the science behind novel ecosystems, through real-world case studies from a broad range of ecosystems READERSHIP: Postgraduate students of restoration ecology, environmental management, applied ecology, land use and management, natural resource management, conservation science, and invasion ecology. Professional environmental managers and policy makers, and advanced senior undergraduate students of applied ecology and environmental sciences

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Decision Making in Natural Resource Management

ANIMAL SCIENCE & ZOOLOGY / AQUACULTURE & FISHERIES / ECOLOGY, CONSERVATION & EVOLUTION

Sustainable Swine Nutrition

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ECOLOGY, CONSERVATION & EVOLUTION

Biodiversity Monitoring and Conservation Bridging the Gap Between Global Commitment and Local Action

BEN COLLEN, NATHALIE PETTORELLI, JONATHAN E. M. BAILLIE & SARAH M. DURANT All from the Zoological Society of London, UK

✤ Addresses many of the fundamental issues to understand how global biodiversity monitoring links to national monitoring and on-the-ground conservation ✤ Examines the key issues, asks the difficult questions and seeks to present the answers to guide policy ✤ Highlights gaps in our knowledge and presents the research agenda for the next decade ✤ Part of the Conservation Science and Practice book series published with the Zoological Society of London READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates and postgraduates in the biological, ecological and human sciences, specialists in related fields, NGOs, policymakers, conservation practitioners, and bilateral and multilateral donors SERIES: CONSERVATION SCIENCE AND PRACTICE

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Vegetation Ecology 2nd Edition

EDDY VAN DER MAAREL & JANET FRANKLIN University of Groningen, Netherlands; San Diego State University, USA

✤ Provides a comprehensive, up-to-date account of plant communities and their environments ✤ Represents the writings of leading experts in the field from four continents ✤ Serves as an advanced student text, presenting a coherent view on vegetation ecology while integrating population ecology, dispersal biology, biotic interactions, herbivory, interactions with soil organisms and ecosystem ecology ✤ Covers the composition, structure, ecology, diversity, distribution and dynamics of plant communities READERSHIP: Senior level undergraduate and postgraduate students of plant ecology, vegetation science, climate change, ecosystem function, plant community ecology, and researchers and practitioners of these subjects

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Ecosystem Services in Agricultural and Urban Landscapes STEPHEN WRATTEN, HARPINDER SANDHU, ROSS CULLEN & ROBERT COSTANZA Lincoln University, New Zealand; Flinders University, Australia; University of Vermont, USA; University of Vermont, USA

✤ Explores the ecosystem goods and services which help mankind survive by providing most of the necessities in life ✤ Addresses the hitherto under-estimation of Ecosystem Services in farmland, forestry and cities ✤ Explores developing concepts, policies and methods of evaluating ecosystem services in engineered systems READERSHIP: Senior undergraduates, postgraduates, environmental economists, agriculturalists and forest researchers, environmental economists, theoretical and applied ecologists, and local and regional government personnel

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History of Life 5th Edition

RICHARD COWEN University of California, USA

✤ Covers the history of life on our planet succinctly with the appropriate depth for the undergraduate market ✤ Examines vertebrates in depth, which is the easiest group of organisms for students to focus on ✤ Draws examples from both vertebrate and invertebrate fossil records ✤ Focuses on the evolution of the physical earth and the influences of environmental conditions on evolution READERSHIP: Undergraduate students taking a History of Life course for a science credit

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MARK STONEKING University of Leipzig, Germany

✤ Covers basic genetic concepts such as what genes are, what they do and how they’re inherited ✤ Represents written works by an expert with experience teaching advanced molecular anthropology, as well as introductory courses for students without science background ✤ Features chapters that are based on basic genetic and evolutionary concepts which uses genetics to make inferences about culture and molecular anthropology in the genomics age

An Introduction to Molecular Anthropology

✤ Fills a unique and unmet need for introductory molecular anthropology texts READERSHIP: Students in introductory human evolution or biological anthropology courses; upper-level undergraduate courses in molecular anthropology. Anthropologists and researchers in related fields

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Atlas of Benthic Foraminifera ANN HOLBOURN, ANDREW HENDERSON & NORM MACLEOD Christian Albrechts Universitat, Germany; Fugro Robertson Limited, UK; Natural History Museum, UK

✤ Presents an up-to-date and reliable atlas of an important fossil and living group ✤ Offers a comprehensive coverage of 300 species ✤ Features 1000 spectacular full colour images ✤ Provides detailed morphological, ecological and biogeographical information READERSHIP: Research oceanographers, paleoceanographers, and micropaleontologists worldwide, university and research libraries

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Climate Change and Global Warming of Inland Waters Impacts and Mitigation for Ecosystems and Societies

CHARLES R. GOLDMAN, MICHIO KUMAGAI & RICHARD D. ROBARTS University of California, Davis, USA; Lake Biwa Environmental Research Institute, Japan; United Nations Environment Programme, GEMS/Water Global Network, Canada

✤ Represents a wide geographical coverage of climatic change in freshwater systems – from the Arctic to the Antarctic, which includes warm-water systems in the tropics and subtropics ✤ Features the works of three editors who are well-known and respected limnologists ✤ Reviews how lakes, running water systems and wetlands impact upon each other ✤ Describes the ways in which the negative impacts of global warming can be reduced READERSHIP: Limnologists, climate change biologists, fresh water ecologists, palaeoclimatologists, planners, catchment managers and engineers looking for solutions to broader environmental problems while addressing the issue of freshwater ecology

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Geochemistry WILLIAM WHITE Cornell University, USA

Atlas of Benthic Foraminifera

ECOLOGY, CONSERVATION & EVOLUTION / EARTH & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE

An Introduction to Molecular Anthropology

✤ Providing a comprehensive introduction to the field of geochemistry, this is the long awaited print version of the widely used on-line textbook from a distinguished author ✤ First section lays out the geochemical toolbox, which includes the basic principles and techniques of modern geochemistry ✤ Second section features a discussion of the Earth’s formation and its working parts by using the geochemical toolbox READERSHIP: Essential reading for all earth science students, as well as researchers and applied scientists requiring an introduction to the essential theory of geochemistry and its applications in the earth and environmental sciences

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EARTH & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE

Climate Forcing of Geological Hazards BILL MCGUIRE & MARK A. MASLIN Both of University College London, UK

✤ Serves as the first book that summarises the likely impacts of climate change on lithospheric and crustal processes ✤ Represents the writing of a selection of well-known international figures at a level suitable for non-specialists ✤ Presents the most up-to-date treatment of this new and fast-moving subject area of science ✤ Co-published with The Royal Society READERSHIP: Earth scientists involved in geologic hazards sedimentologists, volcanologists, geophysicists and structural geologists

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Linking Diagenesis to Sequence Stratigraphy (Special Publication 45 of the IAS) SADOON MORAD, J. MARCELO KETZER & LUIZ F. DE ROS University of Uppsala, Sweden; CEPAC Brazilian Carbon Storage Research Center, Brazil; Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil

✤ Consists of 19 papers in a mixture of reviews and case studies ✤ Provides a method of predicting reservoir quality by integrating diagenesis and sequence stratigraphy ✤ Explores different aspects of this integration in carbonate, siliciclastic, and mixed carbonatesiliciclastic successions from various geological settings READERSHIP: Earth Scientists in the fields of sedimentary petrology, sequence stratigraphy and petroleum geology SERIES: INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF SEDIMENTOLOGISTS SERIES

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Impact Cratering Processes and Products

GORDON R. OSINSKI & ELISABETTA PIERAZZO University of Ontario, USA; University of Arizona, USA

✤ Serves as the first book that summarises the geological significance of cratering, with an emphasis on planet Earth ✤ Takes a process-based approach in terms of content – not just a catalogue of known impact structures ✤ Represents the writings of a selection of well-known international figures READERSHIP: Earth scientists– professionals including sedimentologists, geochemists, geophysicists, planetary scientists

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Climate Change What the Science Tells Us 1st Edition

CHARLES FLETCHER ✤ Climate Change includes information on geology, geography and environmental science ✤ It covers contemporary topics as well as conveying more abstract concepts clearly ✤ Fletcher presents the science and policy surrounding climate change at the right level for an undergraduate student ✤ The polished writing style makes this an entertaining read while the pedagogical support and organization helps students better identify and understand key concepts, ideas and terms /07t11tt13tĂŠ

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Volume 45

BARBARA A. AMBROSE & MICHAEL D. PURUGGANAN The New York Botanical Garden, USA; New York University, USA

✤ Approaches the subject of the evolution of plant form from diverse scientific perspectives, bringing together genomics, palaeobotany, developmental genetics and ecological genetics

Annual Plant Reviews: The Evolution of Plant Form

✤ Provides essential information for plant scientists and evolutionary biologists ✤ Represents the works of highly respected editors and international contributing authors READERSHIP: Plant scientists, evolutionary biologists, plant molecular biologists, cell biologists, biochemists, morphologists. Libraries and research establishments where biological sciences are studied and taught SERIES: ANNUAL PLANT REVIEWS

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Plant Transposons and Genome Dynamics in Evolution NINA V. FEDOROFF Penn State University, USA

✤ Provides a synthesis of genetic analysis and molecular advances in the study of plant transposons ✤ Explores the role of transposable genetic material in the evolution and development of plants ✤ Represents the contributions of leading investigators in the global research community

Plant Transposons and Genome Dynamics in Evolution

READERSHIP: Plant geneticists, plant evo-devo researchers, epigenetics researchers, plant cellular and molecular biologist, plant biochemists, evolutionary biologists. Advanced students, botanists, transposable elements researchers in other disciplines

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Plant Breeding Reviews

PLANT SCIENCE & AGRICULTURE

Annual Plant Reviews: The Evolution of Plant Form

Volume 37

JULES JANICK Purdue University, USA

✤ Covers a wide range of crops: row crops, fruits, vegetables, nuts, and trees grown for timber and pulp ✤ Offers numerous references that provide easy, time saving and cost effective access to the primary literature

Plant Breeding Reviews

✤ Represents a publication that is sponsored by the American Society for Horticultural Science, the Crop Science Society of America, the Society of American Foresters, and the National Council of Commercial Plant Breeders READERSHIP: Libraries, plant breeders, crop scientists, geneticists, plant molecular biologists SERIES: PLANT BREEDING REVIEWS

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Plant Centromere Biology J. JIANG, JAMES A. BIRCHLER University of Wisconsin, USA; University of Missouri, USA

✤ Covers the structure, function and evolution of plant centromeres ✤ Provides special coverage of the maize B chromosome, a unique model system for centromere research ✤ Reviews the role of centromeres in key agronomic crops such as wheat, beet, maize, and rice ✤ Summarises the history of centromere research, including landmark discoveries, as well as recent progress in the field

Plant Centromere Biology

READERSHIP: Scientific researchers in cytogenetics, plant genomics, plant genetics and related fields. Advanced students in genetics and plant sciences

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PLANT SCIENCE & AGRICULTURE

Weed Anatomy HANSJOERG KRAEHMER & PETER BAUR Both of Bayer Crop Science, Germany

Weed Anatomy

✤ Provides a comprehensive understanding of weed anatomy, making this publication essential for all weed scientists interested in implementing successful weed control measures ✤ Includes the world’s 50 most commercially-important species ✤ Represents the works of authors with many years experience studying weeds within a major world crop protection company ✤ Offers content that is beautifully and comprehensively illustrated in full colour throughout READERSHIP: Plant scientists, botanists, plant anatomists, horticultural scientists; crop scientists, agronomists, weed scientists, plant protection specialists; agrochemical company personnel. Plant ecologists and plant physiologists

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Molecular Plant Immunity GUIDO SESSA Tel Aviv University, Israel

✤ Integrates established and emerging concepts with molecular plant immunity ✤ Covers the molecular basis of plant immune system response ✤ Reviews model plant-pathogen systems including viral, bacterial, and fungal pathogen interactions ✤ Provides global coverage of the topic with chapters from leading researchers around the world READERSHIP: Plant cellular and molecular biologists, plant pathologists, plant virologists, plant biochemists, plant physiologists, and crop scientists. Plant science instructors, advanced students, botanists, medical immunologists, and biomedical researchers

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The Handbook of Plant Metabolomics WOLFRAM WECKWERTH & GUENTER KAHL University of Vienna, Austria; University of Frankfurt, Germany

The Handbook of Plant Metabolomics

✤ Features the new title of the highly successful Molecular Plant Biology Handbook Series by Guenter Kahl on a very topical subject ✤ Caters to a large and fast growing target audience ✤ Offers uniform chapter design with summaries and a comprehensive glossary at the end READERSHIP: Molecular biologists, geneticists, biotechnologists, plant physiologists, gene technologists, protein chemists, biotechnological industry, pharmaceutical industry, company libraries, libraries at university institutes and universities SERIES: MOLECULAR PLANT BIOLOGY

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Improving Water and Nutrient Use Efficiency in Food Production Systems

Improving Water and Nutrient Use Efficiency in Food Production Systems ZED RENGEL University of Western Australia, Australia

✤ Covers a wide variety of soil, landscape, farming systems, plant, agronomy, and breeding aspects of nutrient and water use efficiency ✤ Combines water and nutrient efficiency for a whole-picture look at sustainable food production ✤ Examines challenges of food security in both developing and developed countries ✤ Explores a topic that will be of increasing urgency as the global population continues to grow in the face of decreasing available water and nutrient resources READERSHIP: Professionals and postgraduate students in agronomy, horticulture, plant and soil science, plant breeders, and soil microbiologists. Academic and industry professionals in food policy, environmental policy, and land conservation

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GEOFFREY SMITHERS & MARY ANN AUGUSTIN Food Science Australia, Australia; Monash University, Australia

✤ Links good science understanding of the dairy system with successful commercial outcomes ✤ Documents recent advances in dairy ingredients that impact food product development ✤ Provides sound scientific advice on incorporating dairy ingredients into food formulations ✤ Rounds up an international collection of dairy ingredients experts to describe the science and technology of functional and innovative dairy ingredients READERSHIP: Food scientists, food technical specialists, and R&D professionals; food ingredients companies; food manufacturers; professors and upper level students interested in dairy science, nutrition; libraries, and academia SERIES: INSTITUTE OF FOOD TECHNOLOGISTS SERIES

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Membrane Processing Dairy and Beverage Applications

ADNAN TAMIME Consultant in Dairy Science and Technology, UK

✤ Gives an overview of the membrane filtration techniques and applications for dairy and beverage products ✤ Covers the four main techniques of membrane filtration – microfiltration, ultrafiltration, nanofiltration and reverse osmosis

Membrane Processing

✤ Includes dedicated chapters that cover dairy and beverage applications in detail, including milk, cheese whey, mineral waters, fruit juices, sports drinks, beers, wines and spirits ✤ The latest title in the Society of Dairy Technology Technical Series READERSHIP: Scientists and technologists involved in the manufacture and quality control of dairy products, soft drinks, alcoholic beverages and distilled spirits, membrane filtration equipment manufacturers and students of food sciences SERIES: SOCIETY OF DAIRY TECHNOLOGY SERIES

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Sustainable Dairy Production PETER DE JONG

FOOD SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

Advances in Dairy Ingredients

NIZO Food Researchers, The Netherlands

✤ Offers a comprehensive overview of the state of the art technologies in sustainable dairy production ✤ Helps the industry to develop more sustainable dairy products through new technologies, implementing life cycle analysis, and upgrading and optimising their current production lines ✤ Explains how to quantify the carbon footprint of a dairy product by using life cycle analysis ✤ Includes a chapter on how to market sustainable dairy products READERSHIP: Dairy scientists, technologists and engineers based in industry, research and educational establishments; more general food scientists and technologists; suppliers of equipment to the dairy industry; global food regulatory bodies

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Extrusion Processing Technology – Food and Non-Food Biomaterials J. M. BOUVIER & OSVALDO H. CAMPANELLA Clextral, France; Purdue University, USA

✤ Provides up-to-date information on this important technology used in the processing of food products, paper pulp, biopolymers and biofuels ✤ Bridges the gap between the principles of extrusion science and the practical “know how� of operational engineers and technicians ✤ Focuses on extrusion of non-fossil materials (biomaterials), which are being increasingly used as green alternatives

Extrusion Processing Technology – Food and Non-Food Biomaterials

✤ Features the works of authors that are internationally renowned experts in this field and have between them over 40 years of experience in academic research and industry positions READERSHIP: Food scientists, food engineers and chemical engineers, researchers and teachers involved in extrusion processing, advanced students of food science, food engineering and chemical engineering

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FOOD SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY / FORENSIC SCIENCE / BIOTECHNOLOGY

Dried Fruits Phytochemicals and Health Effects

CESARETTIN ALASALVAR & FEREIDOON SHAHIDI Tubitak Marmara Research Centre, Turkey; Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada

✤ Serves as the first book to cover fundamental research and development in the field of dried nuts ✤ Describes the nutritional compositions, health effects, bioactives and phytochemical profiles of dried fruits ✤ Examines apricots, dates, figs, prunes, raisins, berries, pomes, drupes and numerous tropical fruits ✤ Represents the works of an international team of respected editors and authors READERSHIP: Researchers and professionals in the nutraceutical and functional food industries, post-harvest physiologists, food chemists, dried fruit processors and traders, food companies, nutritionists and dietitians, students, and libraries SERIES: FUNCTIONAL FOOD SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

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Handbook of Paper and Paperboard Packaging Technology 2nd Edition

MARK J. KIRWAN Consultant in Packaging Technology, UK

✤ Second edition of a comprehensive source of reference on one of the major packaging sectors ✤ Features the works of an editor who has a lifetime’s experience within the packaging industry ✤ Offers a chapter that covers the important considerations of the environment, packaging reduction and the options available for waste management ✤ Includes a new chapter on packaging machinery READERSHIP: Packaging technologists, food scientists and technologists, students of packaging technology

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Forensic Science Current Issues, Future Directions

DOUGLAS H. UBELAKER American Academy of Forensic Sciences, Smithsonian Institution, USA

✤ Represents a collaborative publication between Wiley-Blackwell and the prestigious American Academy of Forensic Science ✤ Draws together key figures in the field of Forensic Science to discuss the latest debates in the subject ✤ Provides chapters that are carefully integrated with key themes and issues covered in detail ✤ Includes discussion of future directions of Forensic Science as a discipline READERSHIP: Students of all levels and practitioners in the field of forensic science, policymakers within the forensic sciences and the interested public

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Lyocell and the Human Skin – A Biopolymer with Amazing Properties LORENZ WIED Trout & Partner, Austria and Lenzig, Austria

✤ Deals with the molecular properties of biopolymers used for garment production and their dermatological features ✤ Reviews all aspects of lyocell based fibres, which includes the results from 35 medical studies on dermatological properties of biopolymer based clothing ✤ Authored by an expert who has worked in the textile and clothing industry for more than 30 years READERSHIP: Practitioners in the textile industry, textile engineers, dermatologists, materials scientists, and biotechnologists

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Analyzing High-Dimensional Data

FRANK EMMERT-STREIB & MATTHIAS DEHMER Queen’s University Belfast, UK; The Health and Life Sciences University, Austria

✤ Offers advanced statistical methods for high-throughput data generated in cancer research ✤ Reviews part of a key development in the trend of personalised medicine ✤ Presents an excellent balance of contributors ✤ Appeals to a wide multidisciplinary target audience in medical and basic research communities READERSHIP: Oncologists, computer specialists, epidemiologists, practitioners in the pharmaceutical industry, medicinal chemists, statistics specialists, biomathematicians, and applied mathematicians SERIES: QUANTITATIVE AND NETWORK BIOLOGY

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Molecular Biology of Cancer 2nd Edition

STELLA PELENGARIS & MIKE KHAN University of Warwick, UK; University Hospitals of Coventry and Warwickshire and University of Warwick, UK

✤ Provides a detailed overview of the molecular mechanisms underpinning the recent developments of cancer and its treatment ✤ Discusses all aspects of cancer biology from the causes, development and diagnosis through to the treatment of cancer

Molecular Biology of Cancer

✤ Features the written works of an international panel of researchers, specialists and practitioners in the field ✤ Offers a uniquely comprehensive overview of the basic, clinical and applied sciences in relation to cancer READERSHIP: Advanced level undergraduate and postgraduate students studying the biology of cancer, medical students, cancer researchers, oncologists, and trainee oncologists

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CELL & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY

Statistical Diagnostics for Cancer

Protein Kinase CK2 LORENZO A. PINNA University of Padova, Italy

✤ Explores the role of CK2 as a target in cancer treatment ✤ A joint Wiley-International Union of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (IUBMB) publication ✤ Covers the molecular, structural and functional aspects of CK2

Protein Kinase CK2

✤ Includes an appendix with information on the implication of CK2 in non-oncologic diseases READERSHIP: Oncologists and biochemists, scientists focused on signal transduction in disease, neurodegenerative disorders like Alzheimers and Parkinsons, Diabetes 2, pharmaceutical researchers, and industry professionals SERIES: THE WILEY-IUBMB SERIES ON BIOCHEMISTRY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY

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Perinatal Stem Cells 2nd Edition

KYLE CETRULO, CURTIS L. CETRULO, CURTIS L. CETRULO JR. & ROUZBEH R. TAGHIZADEH Auxocell Laboratories, Inc., USA; Tufts Unversity School of Medicine, USA; Harvard Medical School, USA; Auxocell Laboratories, Inc., USA

✤ A thorough update of the field-defining text

Perinatal Stem Cells

✤ Presents the works of a diverse international group of researchers representing OB/GYNs, hematologists, blood bank scientists and tissue engineers ✤ Includes new chapters on the growing perinatal stem cell industry READERSHIP: Stem cell researchers and graduate students, cell biologists, gene therapists and those engaged in regenerative medicine and developmental biology. OB/GYNs, perinatal stem cell industry scientists, and policymakers

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CELL & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY / ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY / MICROBIOLOGY

Stem Cells, Craniofacial Development and Regeneration

Stem Cells, Craniofacial Development and Regeneration GEORGE T.J. HUANG & IRMA THESLEFF Boston University School of Dental Medicine, USA; University of Helsinki, Finland

✤ Provides a basic introduction to stem cells with an emphasis on their role in craniofacial development ✤ Combines aspects of developmental biology with tissue engineering and regenerative medicine concepts ✤ Includes chapters on the adipose, dental, and muscle stem cells, as well as mechanisms of craniofacial bone development ✤ Covers tooth, salivary gland, and temporomandibular joint development and regeneration READERSHIP: Developmental biologists, tissue engineers, dentists, craniomaxillofacial surgeons, advanced level researchers, postgraduate students in dentistry, oral-maxillofacial surgery and related programs

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Stem Cells ROBERT A. MEYERS Ramtech Limited, USA

Stem Cells

✤ Two-volume treatise serves as the most comprehensive encyclopedic resource on stem cells on the market with new and thoroughly updated materials ✤ Features the works of carefully selected authors who are internationally recognised experts in a wide range of fields ✤ Covers the following in four separate sections: Basic Biology, Stem Cells and Disease, Stem Cell Therapy Approaches, and Laboratory Methods READERSHIP: Libraries, university institutes, biological institutes, and biotechnological institutes, medical laboratories, cell biologists, and lecturers in medicine SERIES: CURRENT TOPICS FROM THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF MOLECULAR CELL BIOLOGY AND MOLECULAR MEDICINE

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Integrative Endocrinology JOHN LAYCOCK & KARIM MEERAN Imperial College London, UK; Charing Cross and Hammersmith Hospitals, UK

✤ Provides a fully integrated, scientific and clinical introduction to endocrinology ✤ Uses a wealth of colour illustrations to reinforce key concepts ✤ Introduces clinical scenarios and leading questions to engage interest and illustrate the relevance of the underpinning science ✤ Includes key references and suggestions for further reading at the end of each chapter READERSHIP: Undergraduate biomedical, pharmacology, bioengineering and preclinical medical students, practitioners such as nurses and other health professionals including qualified doctors, researchers, and industry practitioners

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Molecular Genetics of Bacteria 4th Edition

LARRY SNYDER, J. E. PETERS, TINA M. HENKIN & WENDY CHAMPNESS

Molecular Genetics of Bacteria

Michigan State University, USA; University of Maryland, USA; The Ohio State University, USA; Michigan State University, USA

✤ Provides descriptive background information, detailed experimental methods, examples of genetic analyses, and advanced material relevant to current applications of molecular genetics ✤ Integrates biochemical, genomic, and structural information that broadens the knowledge obtained from molecular genetics ✤ Focuses on the most widely studied bacteria, Escherichia coli and Bacillus subtilis, and incorporates many examples from other bacteria that is of medical, ecological, and biotechnological importance READERSHIP: Students and professionals in the fields of microbiology, genetics, biochemistry, bioengineering, medicine, molecular biology, and biotechnology SERIES: AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR MICROBIOLOGY

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An Introduction to a Small World

JEREMY W. DALE University of Surrey, UK

✤ Provides a highly readable, concise introduction to the basics of microbiology placed in the context of the latest developments in molecular biology and their impact on the microbial world

Understanding Microbes

✤ Offers numerous real-world examples that range from how cows digest grass to the role of microbes in cancer and the impact of climate change ✤ Presents the works written by an author with a proven track record in teaching, writing and research ✤ Features content that is well-illustrated in full colour throughout READERSHIP: First and second year undergraduates studying biology, ecology, environmental sciences and health sciences, and lecturers needing a concise synthesis of the latest developments in microbiology

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Dictionary of DNA and Genome Technology 3rd Edition

PAUL SINGLETON Consultant, UK

✤ Represents a major update, with over 3000 references from mainstream journals and data from the latest research, going well beyond the remit of most science dictionaries ✤ Provides clear explanations of terms, techniques, and tests, including commercial systems, with detailed coverage of many important procedures and methods ✤ Offers essay-style entries on many major topics to assist newcomers to the field READERSHIP: Researchers and practitioners in the biomedical and related sciences, lecturers, and students in a wide range of biomedical and related sciences

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Molecular Pharmacology: From DNA to Drug Design JOHN DICKENSON, CHRIS LLOYD MILLS, CHRISTIAN THODE, FIONA FREEMAN, SHIVA SIVASUBRAMANIAM & MARK G. DARLISON Nottingham Trent University, UK; Nottingham Trent University, UK; Nottingham Trent University, UK; Nottingham Trent University, UK; Nottingham Trent University, UK; Edinburgh Napier University, UK

✤ Comprehensive, innovative introduction to the modern molecular and genetic approaches to drug discovery based on a detailed understanding of chemical responses in the body ✤ Takes a drug target-based, rather than the traditional organ/system based, approach and reflects the latest advances and research trends towards molecular based drug design ✤ Highlights advances in pharmacogenomics and explores how an individual’s genetic makeup influences their response to therapeutic drugs and the potential for harmful side effects

Molecular Pharmacology: From DNA to Drug Design

MICROBIOLOGY / GENETICS / PHARMACEUTICS & PHARMACOLOGY

Understanding Microbes

READERSHIP: Second and third year pharmacology, biomedical and medical under-graduate and MSc, PhD students in the pharmaceutical sciences. Practitioners for continuing professional development and research scientists in academia and the pharmaceutical industry

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Essential Microbiology for Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Science GEOFFREY HANLON & NORMAN HODGES University of Brighton, UK and The Society for Applied Microbiology, UK; University of Brighton, UK

✤ Serves as an essential study guide for pharmacy and pharmaceutical science students with full colour diagrams, tables and images ✤ Displays information in an easy to assimilate format with numerous explanatory diagrams and selfassessment sections with multiple-choice questions ✤ Covers all the microbiology components of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society’s indicative syllabus READERSHIP: Undergraduate students taking pharmacy and pharmaceutical science courses, biomedical science and microbiology undergraduates

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PHARMACEUTICS & PHARMACOLOGY / GENERAL & INTRODUCTORY LIFE SCIENCES / NEUROSCIENCE 78

Essentials of Pharmaceutical Preformulation SIMON GAISFORD & MARK SAUNDERS University London, UK; Kuecept Ltd, UK

✤ Serves as an essential study guide that focuses on pharmaceutical preformulation unit of Mpharm courses ✤ Features easy to follow text highlighted with relevant pharmaceutical examples, and self-assessment assignments in a variety of formats with numerous diagrams, figures and examples ✤ Provides material that maps to the Royal Pharmaceutical Society’s indicative syllabus ✤ Complements the accompanying website with further reading READERSHIP: Undergraduates in pharmacy, pharmaceutical science, medicine, pharmaceutical technology, industrial pharmacy, pharmaceutical, and chemical sciences and cosmetics, industry professionals involved in pharmaceutical development

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Essential Microbiology STUART HOGG University of Glamorgan, UK

Essential Microbiology

✤ Features updated, comprehensive introductory text aimed at students taking their first course in microbiology ✤ Covers all aspects of microbiology, including a new chapter on medical microbiology ✤ Includes numerous examples and applications from a wide-ranging field with extensive use of simple line drawings to illustrate complex concept ✤ Provides definition boxes, key points and self-test questions to enhance students’ understanding READERSHIP: Students studying microbiology, biology, applied biology, ecology, genetics, dentistry, pharmacy, medicine and nursing, food science or food technology and biotechnology, parasitology

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Essential Guide to Reading Biomedical Papers Recognising and Interpreting Best Practice

PHILIP D. LANGTON University of Bristol, UK

✤ Serves as an invaluable resource for students who want to critically appraise research techniques and methods in life sciences ✤ Provides coverage of 40 key techniques in the life sciences global approach and application, with associated online resources ✤ Features contributions from leading experts in diverse fields READERSHIP: Undergraduate and Masters students studying all areas of life sciences, and postgraduate and early post-doctoral students

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Glial Physiology and Pathophysiology ALEXEI VERKHRATSKY & ARTHUR MORGAN BUTT University of Manchester, UK; University of Portsmouth, UK

Glial Physiology and Pathophysiology

✤ Serves as a comprehensive advanced text on the biology and pathology of glial cells, the most numerous cells in the brain and an emerging field in neuroscience ✤ Provides detailed coverage of the morphology and interrelationships between glial cells and neurons in different parts of the nervous system ✤ Describes the role of glial cells in neuropathology ✤ Features focus boxes that highlight key points and summarise important facts READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate students and postgraduate students in physiology, neurology, neurobiology, pharmacology, pharmacy, physiotherapy, university lecturers, and researchers

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Applications to Complex Systems

DONALD MIKULECKY ✤ Provides a single general network approach to all the dynamic aspects of living systems, based upon the work of thought leaders in systems biology – Leonardo Peusner, Aaron Katchalsky and Bob Rosen ✤ Explores the implications for the future of biomedical science as the result of breaking living systems down into smaller parts

Introduction to Network Thermodynamics and Relational Systems Theory

✤ Discusses a large number of models already in the literature in the most respected journals in each field of specialty ✤ Offers existing user-friendly computer simulation package READERSHIP: Chemical, biomedical and electrical engineers, computational biologists and chemists, thermodynamicists, physiologists, biophysicists, and mathematicians SERIES: WILEY SERIES ON CHEMICAL, COMPUTATIONAL, AND SYSTEMS BIOLOGY

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Guidelines for non-SIS Independent Protection Layers CENTER FOR CHEMICAL PROCESS SAFETY (CCPS) ✤ Serves as a guide for Layers of Protection Analysis (LOPA) practitioners, which explains the onion skin model and how it relates to the use of LOPA, as well as the need for non-safety instrumented independent protection layers (IPLs) ✤ Provides specific guidance on IPL’s that are not Safety Instrumented Systems and separates them into categories of inherent safety which includes preventative/ proactive, preventative/active, and mitigation, both passive and aggressive

Guidelines for non-SIS Independent Protection Layers

✤ Addresses issues such as how to ensure the effectiveness and maintain reliability for administrative controls or “inherently safer, passive� concepts ✤ Discusses theimportance of diversity in choosing protection layers READERSHIP: Process safety, life safety, loss prevention, and industrial hygiene professionals in government, academia, consulting, and in the military, engineers and managers involved in process development, and insurers

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Market Research and Strategic Planning for Global Chemical, Petrochemical, and Plastics Industries BALAJI SINGH Chemical Market Resources, Inc, USA

✤ Outlines the overall structure and business characteristics of the chemical, petrochemical, and plastics industries worldwide ✤ Gives readers a competitive edge with tools and techniques for analysing and planning in the industry ✤ Details organisational aspects of market research and planning function ✤ Illuminates the need and role of external advisory in chemical industry READERSHIP: Chemical, petrochemical, and plastics organisations globally, chemical engineers, marketing managers, research analysts, business economists and business development specialists, libraries, financial and industry marketing institutes

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Process Plant Equipment Operation, Control, and Reliability

MICHAEL HOLLOWAY, CHIKEZIE NWAOHA & OLIVER A. ONYEWUENYI Graco, USA; Port Harcourt Refining Company, Nigeria; Misol Technology Solutions LLC, USA

✤ Provides tools and techniques that help to make process plant more profitable, efficient, and productive

Market Research and Strategic Planning for Global Chemical, Petrochemical, and Plastics Industries

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING & INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY

Introduction to Network Thermodynamics and Relational Systems Theory

✤ Covers common problems that occur with process equipment ✤ Includes topics on Maintenance Strategies, Reliability Strategies, Equipment Management Strategies, and Process Component Function and Performance Criteria, with detailed reference for further reading READERSHIP: Process engineers, chemical engineers, plant operators, instrument engineers, plant manager, training managers, researchers, professors, as well as postgraduate and undergraduate students in engineering and science

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CHEMICAL ENGINEERING & INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY

Membrane Technology and Applications 3rd Edition

RICHARD BAKER Membrane Technology and Research, Inc. USA

✤ Offers an authoritative overview of separation membranes, their theoretical underpinnings, manufacture and use with emphasis on industrial practice ✤ Presents real life performance data and operating parameters that are seldom available in the open literature ✤ Features new material in selected chapters throughout the book ✤ Includes a revised chapter on medical applications to incorporate new membrane applications targeted towards blood purification, artificial organs and tissue engineering READERSHIP: Postgraduates, industrial workers, membrane industry professionals and researchers, chemical engineers, and general readers interested in industrial separation technology

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Distillation Process Design Using Column Profile Maps DANIEL BENEKE, MARK PETERS, DAVID GLASSER & DIANE HILDEBRANDT All of University of Witwatersrand, South Africa

✤ Provides the necessary tools using Column Profile Maps (CPMs) to design and analyse distillation and related separation processes using graphical techniques ✤ Offers worked-out examples that allow the reader to gain a better understanding of the theory presented ✤ Includes a program for generating CPMs, performing simple column design, and portraying basic aspects of reactive distillation and membrane column design READERSHIP: Chemical and process engineers, chemists, physicists, mathematicians, and practitioners in separation engineering, postgraduates and advanced undergraduates, researchers, operators and experienced process engineers

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Responsive Membranes and Materials DIBAKAR BHATTACHARYYA, SYLVIA DAUNERT, RANIL WICKRAMASINGHE & THOMAS SCHĂ„FER University of Kentucky, USA; University of Lexington, USA; Colorado State University, USA; University of the Basque Country, Spain

✤ Addresses for the first time, the cutting-edge developments in responsive materials and membranes, such as shape memory polymers, stimuli-responsive biomaterials and functionalised membranes ✤ Features applications in chemical, pharmaceutical, energy and environmental industries ✤ Focuses on important materials development issues READERSHIP: Professional academic and industrial scientists, researches in membrane science and technology, specialists in separations, biomaterials, bionanotechnology, drug delivery, polymers, and functional materials

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Functional Nanostructured Materials and Membranes for Water Treatment MIKEL DUKE, DONGYUAN ZHAO, RAFAEL SEMIAT & MAX LU Victoria University, Australia; Fudan University, PR China; TECHNION, Israel; University of Queensland, Australia

✤ Details desalination, adsorption, filtration, destruction and conversion of pollutants, and monitoring of water quality ✤ Includes emphasis on application of nanotechnology to improve water treatment processes ✤ Covers materials ranging from ceramic membranes, to functional nanoparticles, carbon nanotubes, and biological materials, as well as theoretical aspects ✤ Discusses state-of-the-art research results related to real water treatment technology needs READERSHIP: Materials scientists, chemists, chemical engineers, physicists, engineers, public water agencies, research institutes, and university libraries SERIES: NEW MATERIALS FOR SUSTAINABLE ENERGY AND DEVELOPMENT

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An Engineering Perspective

CECIL SMITH ✤ Illustrates that distillation is by far the most common separation technique used in the chemical and petroleum industries ✤ Compares the low cost and high potential for better thermodynamic efficiency compared to any other separation technique ✤ Approaches distillation control from a process engineering perspective, using the steady-state simulation of the column as the primary source of the insight required to develop, analyse, and troubleshoot a column control configuration ✤ Reviews all aspects of column controls, including condenser controls, reboiler controls and pressure controls among others READERSHIP: Practicing engineers and other technical professionals working in process facilities that use distillation to separate materials

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Dictionary of Maintenance and Reliability Terms CHIKEZIE NWAOHA ✤ Contains the most up-to-date definitions of thousands of terms covering maintenance, corrosion, lubrication, machinery, process safety, process control, reliability, asset management, refinery, and more ✤ Features contributions of industry and academic experts, as well as professionals from around the globe

Dictionary of Maintenance and Reliability Terms

✤ Provides valuable international insights and perspectives READERSHIP: Engineers, researchers, process managers and consultants in related fields

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Ullmann’s Reaction Engineering

2 VOLUME SET

WILEY-VCH ✤ Offers the “best of� compilation of topical articles that brings the vast knowledge of the Ullmann’s Encyclopedia to all chemical engineers ✤ Features 75% new and updated content ✤ Provides the distilled insight of more than 3,000 expert authors from industry and academia

Ullmann’s Reaction Engineering

READERSHIP: Chemical engineers, process engineers, and all practitioners in the chemical industry

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Advanced Distillation Columns – Design, Control and Applications ANTON ALEXANDRU KISS AkzoNobel Research, The Netherlands

✤ Covers the background, recent developments, fundamental principles, design and simulation, detailed cases of separations in DWC, and future trends ✤ Contains abundant examples and industrial case studies ✤ Presents technology used in energy efficient distillation processes as highly appealing to the chemical industry, due to savings of up to 40% in energy costs, and lower capital investment

Advanced Distillation Columns – Design, Control and Applications

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING & INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY

Distillation Control

READERSHIP: Research scientists in the fields of chemical and petrochemical engineering, separation processes, and distillation, industry practitioners and postgraduate students

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CHEMICAL ENGINEERING & INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY

Optimal Automated Process Fault Analysis R. J. FICKELSCHERER FALCONEER Technologies, LLC, USA

✤ Utilises the Method of Minimal Evidence (MOME) derived at the University of Delaware while developing the FALCON, or Fault AnaLysis CONsultant System, a real-time, online process fault analyser for a commercial-scale plant ✤ Includes lessons learned from the development of this real world fault analyser and the advantages of using the knowledge-based system paradigm, with two demo versions of the FALCON System ✤ Explains how the methods can help process operators prevent catastrophic operating disasters such as explosions, fires, meltdowns, toxic chemical releases as well as reduce downtime, eliminate unnecessary shutdowns, and maintain quality ✤ Reviews other possible diagnostic strategies used to automate process fault analysis READERSHIP: Process operators, operations engineers, plant managers, and process safety and loss prevention professionals in the industries such as chemical, petroleum, pharmaceutical, electronics, food and beverage, and mining

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Handbook of Loss Prevention Engineering

2 VOLUME SET

JOEL M. HAIGHT National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, USA

✤ Provides a one-stop source for loss prevention principles presented from an engineering vantage point ✤ Presents the loss prevention engineering needs for manufacturing, construction, mining, defense, healthcare, transportation and quantification ✤ Offers indepth coverage of topics that will allow functional use while providing additional references in case more information is needed READERSHIP: Chemical engineers, process engineers, safety officers, and libraries

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Troubleshooting Vacuum Systems NORMAN P. LIEBERMAN

Troubleshooting Vacuum Systems

✤ Addresses issues that involve converging-diverging steam ejectors, surface condensers, barometric seal legs, seal drums, excessive cracked gas, liquid seal ring compressors, steam nozzle erosion and fouling, vacuum tower operation and fouling of surface condensers ✤ Identifies air leaks and motive stem quality problems ✤ Discusses the causes of ejector surging and the effect on turbine efficiency READERSHIP: Process engineers, chemical engineers, technicians, plant managers, plant operators, plant engineers, and petroleum engineers

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Inkjet Technology for Digital Fabrication IAN M. HUTCHINGS & GRAHAM D. MARTIN Both of University Of Cambridge, UK

✤ Fills the need for an up-to-date book covering recent research in inkjet developments ✤ Includes contributions from academic researchers and leading industry names ✤ Brings together in one volume the essential theory of inkjet technology, and practical information on industrial applications and problem-solving READERSHIP: Academic researchers in inkjet technology and inkjet system development, from disciplines such as chemistry, physics, engineering, materials science and electronics, technical development engineers, and managers in industry

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PAUL T. ANASTAS & ISTVAN T. HORVATH Green Chemistry Institute, USA; Eotuos University, Hungary

✤ Serves as the first textbook on green chemistry by two leaders in the field ✤ Features green chemistry as a field that is likely to grow significantly in the foreseeable future ✤ Includes supporting materials such as instructor’s manual, solutions manual, test questions, Power Point presentations for all chapters, and videos demonstrating some of the fundamentals and the applications

Green Chemistry for a Sustainable Future

READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates and postgraduates in e molecular sciences courses, lecturers, university libraries, professional scientists looking to increase their knowledge in the area

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Process Intensification Technologies for Green Chemistry KAMELIA BOODHOO & ADAM HARVEY Both of Newcastle University, UK

✤ Serves as the first PI book written from the perspective of green chemistry ✤ Establishes the fact that successful implementation of greener chemical processes relies on the development of reactor and separation technologies which deliver enhanced processing performance in a safe manner ✤ Presents the significant financial benefits of PI to industry READERSHIP: Chemical engineers and chemists, advanced undergraduates and postgraduates studying advanced reactor design, process intensification, clean technology, green chemistry, and chemical engineering

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Chemical Technology An Integral Textbook

ANDREAS JESS, UDO KRAGL & PETER WASSERSCHEID University of Bayreuth, Germany; University of Rostock, Germany; Friedrich-Alexander University, Germany

✤ Presents the sequence of routes from raw materials via intermediates to final products, such as from oil to polyethylene or gas to methanol ✤ Analyses approximately 30 industrial processes and their design ✤ Gives readers a deeper understanding of chemical and engineering principles and their interplay, and encourages them to extend these principles to industrial practice READERSHIP: Students/lecturers in chemical engineering and chemistry, technical colleges, universities of applied sciences, instructors in the chemical industry, and chemical engineers

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Topics in Colloid and Interface Science THARWAT F. TADROS Consultant, formerly Zeneca Agrochemicals (ICI Group), UK

✤ Covers topics such as emulsions, nano-emulsions, nano-dispersions and the developments in novel techniques for their investigations

Process Intensification Technologies for Green Chemistry

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING & INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY

Green Chemistry for a Sustainable Future

✤ Takes account of thefundamental approach in areas such as controlled release, drug delivery and various applications of nanotechnology ✤ Provides researchers and technologists with recent fundamental developments and progress basics in challenging areas for the future READERSHIP: Surface chemists, physical chemists, materials scientists, chemical engineers, and polymer chemists SERIES: TOPICS IN COLLOID AND INTERFACE SCIENCE (VCH)

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CHEMICAL ENGINEERING & INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY

Quality by Design Model for Biologics Drug Product Development

Quality by Design Model for Biologics Drug Product Development SATISH K. SINGH & JOSEPH PHILLIPS Pfizer Corporation; Amgen Inc.

✤ Features up-to-date information on the latest developments in QbD applications in biologics drug product processing ✤ Points to the future for QbD as a routine approach in drug product processing ✤ Provides case studies on the application of QbD from a number of different companies, exemplifying the variety of ways in which the subject has been handled ✤ Allows a drug development scientist to choose from a menu of options when approaching their own drug product development projects READERSHIP: Professionals, students, and regulators in the fields of protein formulation development, biopharmaceutical manufacturing and quality assurance, process development, process analytical technology and risk analysis experts SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOENGINEERING

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Design of Enzyme Inhibitors J. R. MCCARTHY, HSIU-CHIUNG YANG & WU-KUANG YEH Lilly Research Laboratories, USA; Genetech Inc., USA; Preclinomics, Inc., USA

Design of Enzyme Inhibitors

✤ Presents a coordinated compilation of research expertise and current opinion uniquely focused on enzymes and their properties and applications ✤ Discusses chemical biology of enzymes, redesigning binding and catalytic specificities of enzymes, and applications of enzymes to biotechnology research in the post-genomic era ✤ Includes expert reviews of recent progress in comprehending molecular mechanisms of biosynthetic and biocatalytic processes and utilising that knowledge for practical applications READERSHIP: Researchers, students, and faculty in biotechnology, life sciences, biochemistry, enzymology, natural products, and the pharmaceutical industry SERIES: CHEMICAL BIOLOGY OF ENZYMES FOR BIOTECHNOLOGY AND PHARMACEUTICAL APPLICATIONS

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Enzyme Technologies for Drug Discovery and Development

Enzyme Technologies for Drug Discovery and Development J. R. MCCARTHY, HSIU-CHIUNG YANG & WU-KUANG YEH Lilly Research Laboratories, USA; Genetech, Inc., USA; PreClinOmics, Inc., USA

✤ Contains thorough discussions on the chemical biology of enzymes, redesigning binding and catalytic specificities of enzymes, and applications of enzymes to biotechnology research in the post-genomic era ✤ Provides expert reviews of recent progress in comprehending molecular mechanisms of biosynthetic and biocatalytic processes, and utilising that knowledge for practical applications ✤ Features a coordinated compilation of research expertise and current opinion uniquely focused on enzymes and their properties and applications READERSHIP: Researchers, students, and faculty in biotechnology, life sciences, biochemistry, enzymology, medicinal chemistry, natural products, and the pharmaceutical industry SERIES: CHEMICAL BIOLOGY OF ENZYMES FOR BIOTECHNOLOGY AND PHARMACEUTICAL APPLICATIONS

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Upstream Industrial Biotechnology

2 VOLUME SET

MICHAEL C. FLICKINGER University of Minnesota, USA

Upstream Industrial Biotechnology

✤ Serves as a quick guide on biomanufacturing for professionals and students working in industrial biomanufacturing ✤ Has it’s basis in the Encyclopedia of Industrial Biotechnology, Bioprocess, Bioseparation and Cell Technology ✤ Contains over 80 self-contained articles which are focused on upstream fermentation READERSHIP: Libraries and industry professionals, university instructors and undergraduates or postgraduates as well as practitioners in regulatory compliance for the manufacture of biopharmaceutical drugs, professional societies and trade associations

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Recovery and Purification

MICHAEL C. FLICKINGER University of Minnesota, USA

✤ Serves as a quick guide for professionals and students working in industrial biomanufacturing ✤ Has basis in the Encyclopedia of Industrial Biotechnology, Bioprocess, Bioseparation and Cell Technology

Downstream Industrial Biotechnology

✤ Contains over 50 self-contained articles that are focused on downstream recovery and purification READERSHIP: Libraries and industry professionals, university instructors, undergraduates and postgraduate students as well as practitioners in regulatory compliance, professional societies and trade associations

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Ullmann’s Renewable Resources WILEY-VCH ✤ Brings the “best of� compilation of topical articles from the Ullmann’s Encyclopedia to chemical engineers and biotechnologists ✤ Establishes the fact that replacing scarce and insecure oil and other fossil resources with home-grown bio-based materials is a priority for developing and developed economies ✤ Presents the very best in industrial chemistry with distilled insight of more than 3,000 expert authors from industry and academia

Ullmann’s Renewable Resources

READERSHIP: Practitioners in the chemical and biotechnological industries such as chemical engineers, biotechnologists, and process engineers

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Kirk-Othmer Chemical Technology of Cosmetic KIRK-OTHMER ✤ Covers key product groups, ingredients, formulation technology and related regulatory topics ✤ Represents a compilation based on Wiley’s renowned Kirk-Othmer Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology ✤ Features over 20 self-contained articles READERSHIP: Libraries, chemistry & chemical engineering in academia, and cosmetic and personal care industry regulatory agencies, chemists, perfumers, R&D and other professional, dermatologists, consultants, and patent attorneys

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Mechanics of Fluid Flow KAPLAN BASNIEV, NIKOLAY DMITRIEV & GEORGE V. CHILINGAR Russian State University of Oil and Gas, Russia; Ministry of Education of the Russian Federation, Russia; Emeritus Professor, University of Southern California, CA

✤ Reviews more efficient oil and gas production for the petroleum engineer and petroleum geologist

Kirk-Othmer Chemical Technology of Cosmetic

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING & INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY

Downstream Industrial Biotechnology

✤ Features more accurate forecasting for the environmental engineer ✤ Provides real-world examples and valuable new information READERSHIP: Petroleum engineers, environmental engineers, geologists, geophysicists and engineering students, petroleum, drilling, and reservoir engineers, production engineers and geologists

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CHEMICAL ENGINEERING & INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY / ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY

Oil Spill Risk Management DAVID DIETRICH, MALCOLM BOWMAN, KONSTANTIN A. KOROTENKO & HAMISH BOWMAN

Oil Spill Risk Management

San Diego State University Computational Science Research Center, USA; Stony Brook University, USA; P.P. Shirshov Institute of Oceanology of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia; University of Otago, New Zealand

✤ Contains applications of a state-of-the-art ocean flow model coupled to a state-of-the-art oil spill model ✤ Simulates and illustrates geophysical fluid dynamics relevant to transport of blowout material, including bottom deposited and deeply suspended material that is appropriate for ecosystem risk assessment ✤ Demonstrates better simulation of the BP/Macondo blowout material transport ✤ Features assessment of oil spill initialisation and predictability, as well as the risk for strong currents that may threaten oil rigs at specified sites READERSHIP: Petroleum engineers, operators, investors, insurers, environmentalists and managers,geoscientists, and geophysicists

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Petroleum Accumulation Zones on Continental Margins Y. N. GRIGORENKO, GEORGE V. CHILINGAR, V.S. SOBOLEV, T. A. ANDIYEVA & L. I. ZHUKOVA All-Russia Petroleum Research Exploration Institute (VNIGRI), Russia; Emeritus Professor, University Of Southern California, USA; Russian Academy Of Sciences, Russia; Petroleum Geologist, Russia; Petroleum Geologist, Russia

✤ Features mathematical models never used before for the extraction of oil and gas from continental accumulation zones ✤ Serves as an excellent textbook for petroleum engineering students ✤ Focuses on new, unconventional methods and real world examples, as opposed to traditional methods for offshore operations READERSHIP: Petroleum engineers, environmental engineering, geologists, geophysicists and engineering students, petroleum, drilling, and reservoir engineers, production engineers and geologists

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Handbook of Paper and Board 2nd Revised and Enlarged Edition

HERBERT HOLIK ✤ Encompasses all papermaking processes used in industry for various types of papers such as writing and printing paper, tissue paper, packaging paper, board and cardboard ✤ Examines quality characteristics, recovered paper treatment, and economical aspects ✤ Features new content, including Fluid Dynamics, Process Chemicals, Design and Pigments ✤ Incorporates stronger sustainability and health and safety aspects throughout READERSHIP: Practitioners in the paper and chemical industries, company libraries, chemical engineers, process engineers, as well as industry and environmental chemists

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Modern Diffraction Methods E. J. MITTEMEIJER & U. WELZEL Both of Max Planck Institute for Metals Research, Germany

✤ Provides an overview of the potential and virtues of modern diffraction methods ✤ Serves as a roadmap in this vast realm ✤ Establishes the fact that diffraction is one of the major tools in nanoscience, surface technology and single crystal structure determination, making this method a versatile and very important technique READERSHIP: Analytical chemists, biochemists, materials scientists, crystallographers, surface chemists, chemists in industry,and libraries

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ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY

Practical Instrumental Analysis SERGIO PETROZZI & SIMON GOUDIE ZĂźrich School Of Applied Sciences, Switzerland

✤ Presents clear and well-structured contents that are easily understood ✤ Covers all the common methods used in industrial analytical labs ✤ Guides readers to think like an industrial analytical chemist, with experiments that are structured as a team project ✤ Serves as a good reference material for labs and practical-based courses READERSHIP: Analytical laboratories in industry, analytical laboratories, students taking chemistry, or biochemistry as a minor subject, analytical chemists, and libraries

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Pitfalls and Errors of HPLC in Pictures 3rd Revised and Enlarged Edition

VERONIKA R. MEYER Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Testing and Research (EMPA), Switzerland

✤ Serves as a problem-solving guide for this widely used method, which includes 10 completely new examples and several updated ones, adding up to a total of 80 examples ✤ Establishes the fact that HPLC is a routine method in many fields, including chemistry, pharmaceutical chemistry, material science, and life sciences ✤ Illustrates the different ways to avoid over 100 of the most common potential pitfalls and errors READERSHIP: Lab technicians in chemistry, chromatographers, analytical chemists, pharmaceutical laboratories, materials scientists, and libraries

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Hydrophilic Interaction Chromatography A Guide for Practitioners

BERNARD A. OLSEN & BRIAN W. PACK Olsen Pharmaceutical Consulting, LLC, USA; Eli Lilly And Company, USA

✤ Covers in detail hydrophilic interaction chromatography or HILIC retention mechanisms, including background on the HILIC mode, what differentiates it from other HPLC modes, and retention mechanisms that can come into play ✤ Serves as a guide for developing efficient, sensitive, and robust HILIC methods

Hydrophilic Interaction Chromatography

✤ Details HILIC method developments and emphasises the development of appropriate conditions to achieve the goal of the method ✤ Provides applications of HILIC in various fields including pharmaceutical, drug discovery, biochemical applications, and bioanalytical applications READERSHIP: Scientists in all fields where HPLC is used, government agencies, and similar agencies in other governments around the world SERIES: CHEMICAL ANALYSIS: A SERIES OF MONOGRAPHS ON ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY AND ITS APPLICATIONS

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A History of a cGMP Medical Event Investigation MARK A. BROWN Abbott Laboratories, USA

✤ Reviews FDA regulations and Six Sigma design principles in the development and market launch of a new pharmaceutical drug ✤ Presents a hypothetical case illustrating the consequences that could result from failure to follow accepted project management principles and current good manufacturing practice or cGMP requirements ✤ Explains challenging design principles in an easy to read and engaging method, which introduces the reader to Six Sigma methodologies and cGMP requirements ✤ Provides the practices and tips to successfully manage a new product introduction throughout the case study READERSHIP: Professionals in pharmaceuticals, medical device and related industry, undergraduates in related fields, and companies involved in biomedical and general product development

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ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY

Handbook of Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy Handbook of Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy

2nd Edition

DAVID A. CREMERS & LEON J. RADZIEMSKI Applied Research Associates Inc., USA; Piezo Energy Technologies LLC, USA

✤ Provides up-to-date practical information on technique, apparatus, data capture, and reduction ✤ Features the most comprehensive collection of LIBS literature references, with updated tables of data ✤ Discusses new hyphenated techniques such as LAMPS or laser assisted microwave plasmas spectroscopy ✤ Includes a chapter on the rapidly growing area of chemometric-based analysis of LIBS spectra in the detection of weapons of mass destruction READERSHIP: Current or emerging LIBS users, postgraduates, students or professors, and environment regulators

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Organic Structures from Spectra 5th Edition

Organic Structures from Spectra

LESLIE D. FIELD University of Sydney, Australia

✤ Incorporates a selection of new examples from organometallic chemistry and more examples of molecules containing the common heteronuclei, 19F, 31P and 2H ✤ Provides over 300 graded problems and an additional 30 carefully selected basic problems, as well as a set of problems dealing specifically with the quantitative analysis of mixtures using NMR spectroscopy ✤ Contains 10 problems in the style of the experimental section of a research paper and the appendix contains examples of fully worked solutions ✤ Offers a complete set of solutions available to instructors and teachers READERSHIP: Undergraduates in chemistry students of introductory organic spectroscopy, second-year students, pharmacy and biochemistry students, researchers and professionals needing to use spectroscopic techniques in academia and industry

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Condensed-Phase Molecular Spectroscopy and Photophysics ANNE MEYERS KELLEY University of California, USA

✤ Provides a comprehensive treatment of radiation-matter interactions for molecules in condensed phases such as solids and liquids, as well as metallic and semiconductor nanostructures ✤ Emphasises the characterisation of nanoscale systems and omits topics on gas-phase systems, which have been treated in the existing literature ✤ Highlights the molecule-environment interactions that strongly influence spectra in condensed phases ✤ Includes simple and complex problems at the end of each chapter, together with a solutions manual to check answers READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates or postgraduates in physical chemistry, spectroscopy,materials science, physics and their professors; professionals in these fields seeking an introduction to molecular spectroscopy of condensed-phase

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Nonlinear Spectroscopy of Interfaces From Fundamentals to Applications

A. MORITA

Nonlinear Spectroscopy of Interfaces

Tohoku University, Japan

✤ Provides a timely and thorough description of the various experimental and theoretical aspects of the surface-selective nonlinear spectroscopy ✤ Reviews the range of applications of these techniques, from the historical sketch to the most recent advances ✤ Addresses applications in water and aqueous solution surfaces, orientation analysis of organic molecules at interfaces, local structure of liquid-liquid interfaces, and various interfaces in the materials science and the biological sciences ✤ Includes problems to help readers reinforce descriptions of techniques and applications READERSHIP: Researchers, advanced undergraduates and postgraduates in physical and analytical chemistry SERIES: WILEY SERIES ON SURFACE AND INTERFACIAL CHEMISTRY

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1st Edition Set

ROBERT K. BOYD Institute for National Measurements Standards, Canada

✤ Covers all aspects of the use of mass spectrometry for quantitation purposes ✤ Written in textbook style, based on ASMS courses run by the authors, as a serious introduction to the subject

Trace Quantitative Analysis by Mass Spectrometry with Introduction to Mass Spectrometry

✤ Presents fundamentals and real-world examples in a ‘learning-though-doing’ style ✤ Relevant to researchers in many disciplines including pharmaceutical, environmental and biomedical analysis who are utilising mass spectrometry READERSHIP: Upper-level undergraduates and early-year graduate students; researchers within pharmaceutical companies, analytical service providers, environmental and biomedical analysts, regulatory agencies

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Organic Mass Spectrometry in Art and Archaeology with Solvent Microextraction Theory and Practice Set

MARIA PERLA COLOMBINI University of Pisa, Italy

✤ Offers an overview of the use of the techniques based on mass spectrometry in the analysis of art and archaeological materials ✤ Illustrates basic principles, procedures and applications of mass spectrometric techniques ✤ Fills a gap in the field of application on destructive methods in the analysis of museum objects ✤ Edited by a world-wide respected specialists with extensive experience of the GC/MS analysis of art objects READERSHIP: Conservation scientists, chemists, restorers and conservators from museums around the world and institutions participating in the care of cultural heritage and those working on this area within forensic laboratories. Postgraduate students of archeochemistry and restoration

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Computational and Statistical Methods for Protein Quantification by Mass Spectrometry INGVAR EIDHAMMER University of Bergen, Norway

✤ Focuses on how bioinformatics problems are solved ✤ Enables biologists that use the software to become better equipped to plan their experiments and interpret the obtained results ✤ Explains the types of programmes used and the different principles and algorithms underlying these programmes ✤ Contains numerous examples throughout along with exercises and an accompanying solution manual, available online, to help bioinformaticians understand the basics of the use of mass spectrometry in protein quantification READERSHIP: Bioinformaticians, biologists and chemists that work with mass spectrometry proteomics, as well as postgraduate students and researchers working in the field

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Odour Impact Assessment Handbook V. NADDEO University of Salerno, Italy

✤ Provides a theoretical and practical basis for sampling and measuring odours to evaluate its impact on the population ✤ Features contributions from leading academic researchers and industry practitioners ✤ Includes case studies on topics such as waste water treatment plant, land fill, industrial activities READERSHIP: Researchers, advanced students, industry professionals such as regulators, practitioners and consultants working in water treatment, environmental analysis and air and waste management, and environmental authorities

Organic Mass Spectrometry in Art and Archaeology with Solvent Microextraction

ANALYTICAL A NALYT TIC CAL CHEMISTRY CHEMISTRY RY / ENVIRONMENTAL ENV VIRONME ENTA AL CHEMISTRY CHEMISTR RY

Trace Quantitative Analysis by Mass Spectrometry with Introduction to Mass Spectrometry

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ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY / CATALYSIS

Water-Quality Engineering in Natural Systems Fate and Transport Processes in the Water Environment 2nd Edition

DAVID A. CHIN University of Miami, USA

✤ Features new topics such as nutrient and pathogen models in streams, with more coverage on methods to calculate the total maximum daily loads or TMDLs ✤ Includes numerous practical examples and end-of-chapter problems, as well as a solutions manual containing the solutions to all end-of-chapter problems ✤ Details fundamental equations that describe the fate and transport of contaminants in the environment as well as covering all major natural water systems in one source READERSHIP: Environmental engineers, chemical engineers,scientists and hydrologists, consulting engineers, government regulators, senior undergraduates and postgraduates in environmental engineering

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Desalination Water from Water

JANE KUCERA Nalco Company, USA

Desalination

✤ Provides a comprehensive and thorough coverage of desalination technology ✤ Covers fundamental processes and equipment for operating and troubleshooting a desalination system, including thermal processes and membrane processes ✤ Features more advanced engineering topics for specific industrial applications, such as system design READERSHIP: Process and chemical engineers, consultants and practitioners working in the field, as well as operators and technicians, equipment sales people and managers who need a basic and postgraduates in chemical engineering courses

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Airborne Measurements for Environmental Research MANFRED WENDISCH, JEAN-LOUIS BRENGUIER & ALEXANDER KOKHANOVSKY University of Leipzig, Germany; Meteo-France, France; IUP University of Bremen, Germany

✤ Features a comprehensive, synergetic overview of measurements from airborne platforms ✤ Collates and conveys the current state of climate, geophysical and atmospheric research ✤ Includes in situ methods, passive and active remote sensing and radiation measurements READERSHIP: Geophysicists, molecular physicists, environmental chemists, astronomers, supplier of sensors, postgraduate students, libraries at university institutes, universities, and company libraries

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Catalysis from A to Z 4th Edition

BOY CORNILS, WOLFGANG A. HERRMANN, MARTIN MUHLER & CHI-HUEY WONG

Catalysis from A to Z

Formerly of Hoechst AG, Germany; Technical University of Munich, Germany; Ruhr-University of Bochum, Germany; Scripps Research Institute, USA

✤ All the knowlegde scientists need to know about homogeneous, heterogeneous and biochemical catalysis in compact entries on about 9,000 keywords ✤ The fourth edition of this successful encyclopedia contains 40% more high-quality content from more than 200 international experts ✤ Comprehensive, succinct, unrivaled and easy to use - the information on keywords is reinforced by citation of the relevant literature ✤ Translation of the keywords into German and French help students and non-native English speakers READERSHIP: Catalytic chemists, organic chemists, inorganic chemists, biochemists, chemists in industry, libraries, chemical engineers

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Mechanisms, Industrial Applications, and Challenges in the 21st Century

SUMIT BHADURI Northwestern University, USA

✤ Explains the basic principles of organometallic chemistry, homogeneous catalysis, and relevant technological issues in a clear manner ✤ Provides examples from proven industrial processes with clear discussions on environmental and techno-commercial issues

Happy-PeoplePills For All

✤ Contains extensive references to cutting-edge research with application potential and leading patents ✤ Includes tables and illustrations to help explain difficult concepts READERSHIP: Teachers, postgraduate,and senior undergraduates of chemistry, academic and industrial researchers, managers and policy makers looking for a brief overview of the technologies based on homogeneous catalysts SERIES: WILEY SERIES ON CATALYSIS

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Metal-Catalyzed Reactions in Water PIERRE DIXNEUF & VICTORIO CADIERNO University of Rennes, France; University of Oviedo, Spain

✤ Provides a comprehensive overview of the major trends in recent research for newcomers in the fields as well as established researchers both in academia and industry ✤ Covers the catalytic transformation that has been carried out in water, in each chapter ✤ Represents the works written by a team of renowned international authors and edited by very wellknown experts in the field READERSHIP: Catalytic chemists, inorganic chemists, chemists working with/on organometallicspolymer chemists, chemists in industry, and libraries

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Nanomaterials in Catalysis PHILIPPE SERP & KARINE PHILIPPOT Both of University of Toulouse, France

✤ Covers the fundamental principles of colloidal nanoparticles as well as their application in catalysis ✤ Establishes the importance of nanoparticles in fields like catalysis, drug delivery and energy production such as fuel cells, hydrogen technology, solar cells ✤ Complements the Wiley-VCH books “Nanoparticles and Catalysis� (ISBN 9783527315727), “Nanoparticles� (ISBN 9783527325894 ) and “Selective Nanocatalysts and Nanoscience� (ISBN 9783527322718) READERSHIP: Catalytic chemists, physical chemists, organic chemists, chemists in industry, materials scientists, engineering scientists in industry, libraries at universities, and libraries at university institutes

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Likelihood that a Released Flammable Mass will Ignite CCPS ✤ Provides a technology based approach to deriving the probability that a flammable mass will find an ignition source and ignite ✤ Includes an estimating tool spreadsheet based on a fixed set of chemicals to assist in all siting studies ✤ Provides valuable information in the development of a facility’s Emergency Response Plan that may be of significant interest to insurers and those insured ✤ Converts a “best guess� to a calculated value based on available information and current technology READERSHIP: Process safety professionals from government and academia to manufacturing, design engineers, risk engineers, insurers, municipal and regional fire inspectors and zoning commissioners

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Likelihood that a Released Flammable Mass will Ignite

CATALYSIS / CHEMICAL & ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH & SAFETY

Homogeneous Catalysis

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CHEMICAL & ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH & SAFETY

The MAKCollection for Occupational Health and Safety Part IV

The MAK-Collection for Occupational Health and Safety Part IV Biomonitoring Methods Volume 13

THOMAS GĂ–EN & ANDREA HARTWIG University of Erlangen, Germany; Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany

✤ Features validated, GLP compliant and ready-to-use analytical methods for monitoring occupational toxicants in body fluids ✤ Provides comprehensive guidelines for the evaluation of analytical results ✤ Covers documentations compiled by about 100 experts of the Commission for the Investigation of Health Hazards of Chemical Compounds in the Work Area READERSHIP: Physicians working in industrial medicine, analytical laboratories, factory doctors, and trade associations SERIES: THE MAK-COLLECTION FOR OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY. PART IV: BIOMONITORING METHODS (DFG)

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Sax’s Dangerous Properties of Industrial Materials Twelfth Edition Set CD-ROM RICHARD J. LEWIS SR. Lewis Information Systems, Inc., USA

✤ Provides extensive data on approximately 28,000 substances, with close to 2,400 new substances from the previous edition ✤ Presents an update of drugs of abuse and the toxicity of natural substances from plants, including associated DPIM code, hazard rating, entry name, CAS number, DOT number, molecular and physical properties, synonyms, and more ✤ Contains Immediately Dangerous Life or Health or IDHL levels for approximately 1000 chemicals useful for designing adequate ventilation systems and selection of respiratory protection READERSHIP: Industrial hygienists, safety officers, plant managers, firefighters, emergency planners, physicians, toxicologists, environmental health and safety professionals, purchasing agents, lawyers, and government agencies

4&15tt40'58"3& tĂŠ REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-471-47661-0

Destruction of Hazardous Chemicals in the Laboratory 3rd Edition

GEORGE LUNN & ERIC B. SANSONE Office of New Drug Quality Assessment, USA; Retired, NCI-Frederick Cancer Research and Development Center, USA

✤ Provides practical procedures for the destruction of hazardous chemicals ✤ Serves as a continuation and expansion of Destruction of Hazardous Chemicals in the Laboratory,2nd Edition ✤ Features new monographs describing procedures for the destruction of hazardous chemicals READERSHIP: Research scientists and laboratory safety officers who need detailed procedures for the destruction of highly toxic chemicals and biologicals, pharmacists with interest in methods for destroying excess quantities of pharmaceuticals

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CBRN Protection Managing the Threat of Chemical, Biological, Radioactive and Nuclear Weapons

ANDRE RICHARDT, BIRGIT HĂœLSEWEH, BERND NIEMEYER & FRANK SABATH All of Bundeswehr Institute for Protection Technologies, Germany

✤ Serves as an introduction to nuclear biological or chemical weapons or NBC and agents, leading the reader from the scientific basics to the current threats and strategies to prepare against them ✤ Reviews both the “old� and “new� threats from NBC weapons and agents prepared by non-combatant forces, including terrorist organisations ✤ Represents the works of John Weimaster, the leading expert on weapons decontamination in the U.S READERSHIP: Health officers, public health agencies, and military authorities

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DENISE BOHRER Catholic University of Rio Grande Do Sul, Brazil.

✤ Offers important information for pharmaceutical and biotechnology researchers, working primarily in the area of quality control ✤ Includes regulatory guidelines to determine contamination as well as methods to avoid and remove contaminants ✤ Provides a more complete compendium on the identification of sources of contaminants and impurities in pharmaceutical products READERSHIP: Pharmaceutical chemists and manufacturers, quality assurance and quality control managers or analysts, process engineers, government regulators, toxicologists, analytical chemists, and clinical nutritionists, researchers and academics

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Flavonoid Pharmacokinetics Methods of Analysis, Preclinical and Clinical Pharmacokinetics, Safety, and Toxicology

NEAL M. DAVIES & JAIME A. YANEZ University of Manitoba, Canada; Alcon Research, Ltd., USA

✤ Provides comprehensive overview of polyphenols and flavonoids, focusing on toxicology and chirality ✤ Focuses on extremely important pre-clinical aspects of flavonoids, including pharmacokinetics and analysis in biological samples ✤ Covers pharmacokinetic terminology and analytical methods, like chromatographic techniques for achiral and chiral flavonoids ✤ Includes specific chapters devoted to pre-clinical and clinical toxicology, safety and flavonoid-drug interactions with examples from pre-clinical and human tests to strengthen concepts and demonstrate applications READERSHIP: Students, professors, researchers and practitioners, pharmaceutical and nutraceutical industries, pharmacokineticists, natural product chemists, botanists, pharmacists, and agricultural scientists

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Antimicrobial Peptides MICHAEL ZASLOFF Georgetown University, USA

✤ Serves as the first book to provide a comprehensive overview of the field of innate immunity — the “hard wired� system of host defense that has emerged over the past decade as an important system in health and disease ✤ Examines the reasons why antimicrobial peptides are of such interest, what has been accomplished commercially to date, the problems that have been experienced, potential solutions, and what the future holds ✤ Represents the written work of a “pioneer� in the field of antimicrobial peptides who has been involved in discovery, drug development, the study of the role played by AMPs in human health and disease READERSHIP: Immunologists, physicians, medical and postgraduates, individuals involved in pharmaceutical development, and medical libraries

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Antimicrobial Peptides

PHARMACEUTICAL & MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY

Sources of Contamination in Medicinal Products and Medical Devices

Production of Plasma Proteins for Therapeutic Use JOSEPH BERTOLINI, NEIL GOSS & JOHN CURLING CSL Bioplasma, Australia; Further Options Pty Ltd., Australia; Consultant, Sweden

✤ Covers manufacturing, testing methods, and regulatory issues for plasma-derived therapeutics — a global US$10 billion industry ✤ Contains contributed chapters from the major manufacturers of plasma proteins, covering biology, clinical use, manufacturing processes, and possible future improvements ✤ Includes chapters dealing with viral and prion issues and operational areas ✤ Provides a strategic overview and examines commercial, structural, and political opportunities and challenges facing the industry READERSHIP: Pharmaceutical and biotech scientists, researchers, and engineers, chemical and process engineers, academic and industry scientists, regulatory officials, healthcare professionals, hematology, immunology, and blood banks

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PHARMACEUTICAL & MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY

Nonclinical Safety Assessment A Guide to International Pharmaceutical Regulations

WILLIAM BROCK & KENNETH HASTINGS

Nonclinical Safety Assessment

Brock Scientific Consulting, USA; Sanofi-Aventis, USA

✤ Provides an international overview of the regulatory requirements for safety assessment for new drug approvals, including the World Health Organisation principles and regional variations ✤ Includes a list of resources such as guidelines, guidance, and authoritative non-governmental publications ✤ Offers insights into the future of non-clinical drug testing and approval, such as in silico methods and testing of nanoparticles READERSHIP: Regulatory Affairs professionals in pharmaceutical companies, contract research organisations, toxicologists in pharmaceutical companies, students, and pharmaceutical employees undergoing continuing professional development

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Protein-Protein Interactions in Drug Discovery ALEXANDER DĂ–MLING, RAIMUND MANNHOLD, HUGO KUBINYI & GERD FOLKERS University of Pittsburgh, USA; University of DĂźsseldorf, Germany; University of Heidelberg, Germany; Swiss Institute of Technology (ETH), Switzerland

✤ Features a major focus for future drug development: previously thought of as “undruggable�, protein interaction surfaces have now been shown to be perfectly valid drug targets, with huge possibilities in all disease fields ✤ Reviews the growth area in big and small pharma, where companies of all sizes are rapidly developing their research capabilities in this field, hoping to find new blockbuster drugs forimmunological disorders and many forms of cancer ✤ Provides a wide selection of case studies right out of the development pipeline of major pharma companies READERSHIP: Medicinal chemists, pharmaceutical industry, biochemists, biophysicists, and biotechnologists SERIES: METHODS AND PRINCIPLES IN MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY

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Integrated Pharmaceutics Applied Preformulation, Product Design, and Regulatory Science

ANTOINE AL-ACHI, MALI RAM GUPTA & WILLIAM CRAIG STAGNER All of Campbell University, USA

✤ Provides a comprehensive picture of pharmaceutical product design, describing the science and art behind the concepts of dosage form development ✤ Includes fundamental physical pharmacy principles and their role in drug product design, including drug stability, rheology, and interfacial properties ✤ Addresses issues governing drug regulations of United States, European, and Japanese agencies ✤ Details new regulatory guidelines such as quality by design, design space analysis, process analytical technology, polymorphism characterisation, blend sample uniformity, stability protocols, and biopharmaceutical classification system READERSHIP: Postgraduates and practitioners in: pharmaceutical sciences, physical pharmacy, drug formulation and design, biomedical and related fields

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Drug Delivery Strategies for Poorly Water-Soluble Drugs

Drug Delivery Strategies for Poorly Water-Soluble Drugs DIONYSIOS DOUROUMIS & ALFRED FAHR Both of University of Greenwich, UK

✤ Takes on a multi-disciplinary integrated approach from the basic science to engineering practice ✤ Details theoretical principles, advantages, limitations, critical formulation parameters and scale-up considerations for each formulation strategy ✤ Features contributors that are well respected experts in drug formulation with worldwide reputations, drawn from academia READERSHIP: Researchers in academia and industry working in drug formulation and delivery, polymers and biomaterials,students of pharmaceutical sciences and pharmacy programmes SERIES:

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PHARMACEUTICAL & MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY / ORGANIC CHEMISTRY

The Toxicology of Methanol JOHN J. CLARY Bio Risk, USA

✤ Establishes methanol as a large-volume chemical widely used as a chemical intermediate in consumer products like plastics, plywood, paints, explosives, and textiles ✤ Serves as a comprehensive source of information and assessment of the toxicity of methanol and its toxic effects on humans, animals, and the environment ✤ Reviews the animal data, which makes up the majority of the data on the toxicity of methanol and the mechanism of action READERSHIP: Toxicologists, industrial hygienists, chemists, product safety specialists, academia and government, occupational and emergency room physicians, and industrial companies with interest in Material Safety Data Sheet preparation

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Encyclopedia of Magnetic Resonance – NMR 2nd Edition

ROBIN K. HARRIS University of East Anglia, England

✤ Includes all material published online on the Encyclopedia of Magnetic Resonance and EMR Books since the launch of the electronic edition ✤ Focuses on all aspects or NMR, including NMR technologies and applications that are used as the leading tools for the investigation of molecular structures and dynamic molecular processes ✤ Includes new articles that concentrate on molecular biology in liquids and solids, such as the NMR of proteins, membranes, and DNA, as well as its applications in materials and nano-materials science READERSHIP: Students, graduates and post-graduates; technicians and scientists working in universities or industries in the following areas: biology, biochemistry, chemistry, physics, materials science, polymer science, drug development, medicinal chemistry, nano science, forensic science

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Encyclopedia of Drug Metabolism and Interactions

6 VOLUME SET

ALEXANDER LYUBIMOV University of Illinois, USA

✤ Discusses all preclinical, clinical, toxicological, regulatory and marketing perspectives of drug metabolism and interactions ✤ Collects otherwise-scattered information on drug metabolism and interactions into one integrated reference ✤ Includes methods and detailed protocols describing how to perform studies of metabolism and drug interactions READERSHIP: Pharmaceutical, medical, and academic research libraries; chemists, pharmacologists, pharmaceutical specialists, toxicologists and molecular toxicologists, researchers

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Heterocyclic Chemistry in Drug Discovery JIE JACK LI Bristol Myers Squibb, USA

✤ Links heterocyclic chemistry with drug discovery – areas that are fused in medicinal chemistry practice but heretofore not in training books accessible to novices and students ✤ Includes physical properties (NMR data and quantum calculations) for each heterocycle ✤ Helps readers understand the complexity and intricacies of reactivity and stability for each class of heterocycles

Heterocyclic Chemistry in Drug Discovery

✤ Uses numerous case studies to illustrate the real world drug discovery applications READERSHIP: Postgraduates and advanced undergraduates in organic and medicinal chemistry, in particular, heterocyclic chemistry, medicinal and process chemists and those with career aspiration for chemistry, organic chemistry, and pharmaceutical science

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ORGANIC CHEMISTRY

Greener Fischer-Tropsch Processes for Fuels and Feedstocks PETER M. MAITLIS & ARNO DE KLERK University of Sheffield, UK; University of Alberta, Canada

✤ Provides special emphasis on “green� concepts of sustainability and environmental care ✤ Complements Wiley’s cluster on fuels and alternative energy sources, including the Handbook of Fuels (ISBN 3527307400) or the forthcoming book on Fischer-Tropsch Refining (ISBN 3527326057) which is focused on refining of Fischer-Tropsch products READERSHIP: Chemists in industry, chemical engineers, catalytic chemists, organic chemists, students in chemical engineering, Ph.D. students in chemistry, chemical industry, and libraries at universities

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Electron Flow in Organic Chemistry A Decision-Based Guide to Organic Mechanisms 2nd Edition

Electron Flow in Organic Chemistry

PAUL H. SCUDDER New College of Florida, USA

✤ Features improvements such as more flowcharts, correlation matrices, and algorithms that illustrate decision processes and more biochemical examples to provide added relevance for non-chemistry students ✤ Includes three new chapters on Proton Transfer and the Principles of Stability, Important Reaction Archetypes, and Qualitative Molecular Orbital Theory & Pericyclic Reactions ✤ Helps students deal with organic reactions that they have not encountered before, through a critical thinking approach ✤ Emphasises logical processes to solve mechanistic problems rather than memorisation READERSHIP: Undergraduate organic chemistry, advanced undergraduates or beginning postgraduate course in organic reaction mechanisms, physical organic chemistry, enzymatic reaction mechanisms, or biochemistry

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Modern Methods in Stereoselective Aldol Reactions RAINER MAHRWALD Humboldt-University, Germany

✤ Serves as the sequel of the successful and highly appreciated “Modern Aldol Reactions�(2004), with focus on the latest developments such as the emerging field of organocatalysis ✤ Provides new methodologies of this classic reaction, which are presented in the context of their deployment in total synthesis of natural products ✤ Represents the contributions of highly experienced authors and editor READERSHIP: Organic chemists, chemists working with/on organometallics, catalytic chemists, natural products chemists, medicinal chemists, and libraries

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The Chemistry of Metal Phenolates JACOB ZABICKY

The Chemistry of Metal Phenolates

✤ All chapters published online on Patai’s Chemistry of Functional Groups, now also available as print volume ✤ Phenols and polyphenols are important compounds for biological processes, such as ageing, signaling and cell repair ✤ Big interest of food companies for polyphenols in nutroceuticals READERSHIP: Organic chemists in industry and academia in the following departments: organic chemistry, pharmaceutical and medicinal chemistry, agrochemicals, food and beverages, materials and polymers

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INORGANIC CHEMISTRY

High Temperature Experiments in Chemistry and Materials Science KETIL MOTZFELDT Professor Emeritus, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Norway

✤ High temperature materials science and chemistry is a flourishing area of scientific research ✤ Covers both background theory and practical “how to� methods ✤ Practical applications include surface coatings, electronic components, advanced turbines, fuel cells, fusion and fission reactor materials etc ✤ Concerns the control and measurement of the basic properties of temperature, pressure, and mass READERSHIP: Researchers and advanced students working in high temperature chemistry and materials science. Research labs, e.g. Sandia National Laboratories, Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Researchers working in metallurgical and materials industries

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Structural Methods in Molecular Inorganic Chemistry DAVID RANKIN, NORBERT MITZEL & CAROLE MORRISON University of Edinburgh, UK; Bielefeld University, Germany; University of Edinburgh, UK

✤ Helps readers interpret experimental data, understand the material published in modern journals of inorganic chemistry, and make decisions about what techniques will be the most useful in solving particular structural problems ✤ Establishes a strong connection between theoretical topics and the real world of practicing chemists, with a large selection of case studies ✤ Includes a supporting website which contains worked examples and additional advanced material READERSHIP: Second and third year undergraduates and postgraduates in chemistry, professionals in inorganic and analytical chemists in academia and industry SERIES: INORGANIC CHEMISTRY: A TEXTBOOK SERIES

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Graphene C. N. R. RAO & AJAY K. SOOD Jawaharlal Nehru Centre, India; Indian Institute of Science, India

✤ Provides comprehensive coverage on the carbon material of graphene ✤ Covers chemistry, materials science, nanoscience, physics, engineering and life science in one handy volume ✤ Features the works of a brilliant teacher and book editor, C.N.R. Rao READERSHIP: Inorganic chemists, organic chemists, physical chemists, materials scientists, physicists, and libraries

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Coordination Chemistry in Protein Cages Principles, Design, and Applications TAKAFUMI UENO & YOSHIHITO WATANABE Kyoto University, Japan; Nagoya University, Japan

✤ Addresses a new chemical approach in the synthesis of bioinorganic molecules which has been applied ina wide variety fields, such as catalysis, biomedicine, and electronics ✤ Highlights the developments in all the interdisciplinary subjects areas, including bioinorganic chemistry, medicinal chemistry, biochemistry, electronics, polymer science, and organic chemistry

Coordination Chemistry in Protein Cages

✤ Serves as areference in special topic courses in bioinorganic chemistry, nanoengineering, and biomaterials courses ✤ Features the works of editors and authors who are leading experts in their respective fields and highly respected worldwide READERSHIP: Researchers and postgraduates in the fields of bioinorganic chemistry, supramolecular chemistry, biochemistry, nanotechnology, materials science, catalysis, and bioorganic chemistry

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INORGANIC CHEMISTRY / PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY

The Chemistry of Molecular Imaging NICHOLAS LONG & WING-TAK WONG Imperial College London; Hong Kong Polytechnic University, PR China

The Chemistry of Molecular Imaging

✤ Covers the fundamentals of modern imaging methodologies, including their techniques and application within medicine and industry ✤ Focuses primarilyon the chemistry of probes and imaging agents, and chemical methodology for labelling and bioconjugation ✤ First book to investigates the chemistry of molecular imaging READERSHIP: Practitioners, students and educators in the fields of imaging, organometallic, synthetic chemists, medical imaging, computer vision and image processing

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Powering Planet Earth – From Timber to Nuclear Energy NICOLA ARMAROLI, VINCENZO BALZANI & NICK SERPONE University of Bologna, Italy; University of Bologna, Italy; University of Pavia, Italy

✤ Provides ammunition for debate by describing and evaluating the social, political and economic preconditions of a successful, real energy revolution ✤ Underpins and unsettles opinions with facts: Can coal-fired power plants be carbon-neutral? Is oil extraction from oil sands feasible and affordable – and desirable? ✤ Challenges comfortable positions: Is photovoltaics good and nuclear bad? The authors show that it is not that simple ✤ Offers background knowledge in power generation and supply READERSHIP: Anyone interested in the natural sciences, all natural scientists, chemists, physicists, politicians, journalists, libraries and the interested public

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Phosphorus Chemistry Principles of Reactivity, Structure, and Applications

KATTESH V. KATTI & KANNAN RAGHURAMAN Both of University of Missouri, USA

Phosphorus Chemistry

✤ Highlights the importance of phosphorus chemistry to chemists, biologists, materials scientists, and engineers, covering its wide range of applications ✤ Serves as part of the special topics in inorganic chemistry series ✤ Author has worked in the field of phosphorus chemistry for 20 years, and is an authority in the field READERSHIP: Inorganic and organic chemists, medicinal/pharmaceutical chemists, advanced undergraduate and postgraduate students in special topics courses, academia and industry SERIES: SPECIAL TOPICS IN INORGANIC CHEMISTRY

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Multiconfigurational Quantum Chemistry Multiconfigurational Quantum Chemistry

BJORN ROOS, ROLAND LINDH, PER Ă…KE MALMQVIST, VALERA VERYAZOV & PER-OLOF WIDMARK ✤ Introduces the reader to multiconfigurational approaches in quantum chemistry ✤ Contains illustrative examples illustrating methods used in areas of chemistry such as chemical reactions in ground and excited states, transition metal and other heavy element systems ✤ Offers an alternative, wavefunction-based approach to density functional theory, which dominates computational quantum chemistry today ✤ Describes the limitations of DFT and coupled-cluster based methods, by offering an alternative, wave function-based method more suited for smaller molecules in photochemistry and heavy element chemistry READERSHIP: Students and researchers in computational chemistry, quantum chemistry, photochemistry, physics, and inorganic chemistry

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YONGJUN MIKE TAN & R. WINSTON REVIE Curtin University of Technology, Australia; Materials Technology Laboratory, Canada

✤ Provides the origins and forms of localised corrosion of passive metals including different forms of localised corrosion in various environments, research progresses in localised corrosion, and corrosion monitoring and prevention techniques ✤ Covers engineering aspects of localised corrosion in industry processes and methods used to determine how localised corrosion rates can be calculated quantitatively and quickly ✤ Focuses on recent research using the wire beam electrode or WBE method and its applications in measuring, characterising, and evaluating surface inhomogeneity and localised corrosion READERSHIP: Scientists and technicians, engineers and R&D managers, instrument developers, professors and postgraduates in the fields of chemistry, chemical engineering, materials science and engineering, corrosion science, and engineering SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN CORROSION

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Materials for High-Temperature Fuel Cells SAN PING JIANG, YUSHAN YAN & MAX LU Curtin University of Technology, Australia; University of California, USA; University of Queensland, Australia

✤ Provides a critical and concise review and assessment of key materials in various high-temperature fuel cells ✤ Emphasise on the technical development and applications of key materials such as anodes, cathodes, electrolytes, interconnects, and catalysts ✤ Covers fundamental principles, advancement, challenges, and important current research themes ✤ Serves as part of the “Materials for Sustainable Energy & Development� book series, edited by Max (GQ) Lu, University of Queensland, Australia READERSHIP: Materials scientists, electrochemists, physicists, engineers, physical chemists, automobile industry, electronics engineers, semiconductor industry, and libraries SERIES: NEW MATERIALS FOR SUSTAINABLE ENERGY AND DEVELOPMENT

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G-Quadruplexes New Target in Drug Design

ALBERT S. CHAN, ZHI-SHU HUANG, LIAN-QUAN GU & TIAN-MIAO OU Hong Kong Polytechnic University, China; Sun Yat-sen University, China; Sun Yat-sen University, China; Sun Yat-sen University, China

✤ Addresses the topology and structural characteristics of quadruplexes, their interactions with small ligands and biologically relevant cations and proteins, their possible biological roles, and the potential of small-ligand (metal-containing) drugs

G-Quadruplexes

ELECTROCHEMISTRY / BIOCHEMISTRY

Heterogeneous Electrode Processes and Localized Corrosion

✤ Covers the multipleroles of G-quadruplexes in different chapters; including the important topic of RNA quadruplexes ✤ Targetscellular structures, thatwere therecentsubjects of Nobel prize-winning work (the 2009 Nobel Prizes in Chemistry and Physiology or Medicine), and represents a promising therapy for gene regulation-related diseases such as cancer ✤ Discusses in vivo studies READERSHIP: Biochemists,structural biologists, medicinal chemists,pharmaceutical scientists, gene therapy researchers, biophysicists, cellular and molecular biologists, bionanotechnologists, and protein scientists

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Metabolomics in Practice MICHAEL LĂ„MMERHOFER & WOLFRAM WECKWERTH University of Tuebingen, Germany; University of Vienna, Austria

✤ Features the next big breakthrough in bioanalysis: metabolomics is both the most demanding and the most powerful “omics� technology in the modern biosciences ✤ Offers insights and advice that will help to clear the hurdles in setting up and running a successful metabolomics analysis ✤ Addresses the key data quality issues by systematically covering the entire workflow, from sample preparation to data processing READERSHIP: Biochemists, biotechnologists, physiological chemists, plant physiologists, and Ph.D. students in biochemistry

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Modeling Biochemical Reactions Steady-state Approximation

SANTIAGO SCHNELL

Modeling Biochemical Reactions

University of Michigan Medical School, USA

✤ Presents a rational and rigorous, yet understandable treatment of the steady-state approximation ✤ Stresses the importance of understanding how models such as steady-state models are derived, what their limitations are, and how they can be used in a practical fashion in biochemistry ✤ Illustrates how to use mathematical software to derive equations and test their limitations ✤ Includes questions and problems at the end of each chapter, as well as solutions to these problems READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates and postgraduates in chemistry, physical chemistry and biochemistry, practicing researchers in chemistry, physical chemistry, biochemistry, and systems biology SERIES: WILEY SERIES ON CHEMICAL, COMPUTATIONAL, AND SYSTEMS BIOLOGY

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Fluorescent Analogues of Biomolecular Building Blocks

Fluorescent Analogues of Biomolecular Building Blocks Design and Applications

M. WILHELMSSON Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden

✤ Contains introductory chapters on fluorescence probes that are suitable for beginners into the field ✤ Focuses on design, synthesis, and implementation of new fluorescent analogues of biomolecular building blocks ✤ Contains a chapter by 2008 Nobelist Roger Tsien. Fluorescence technology was the subject of the 2008 Nobel Prize in Chemistry (shared by Professor Roger Tsien, UCSD and Professor Martin Chalfie, Columbia University) READERSHIP: Researchers in biochemistry, analytical and medicinal chemistry, biophysics, protein and peptide scientists as well as advanced undergraduates and postgraduate students in these disciplines

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DNA Sequence Analysis Chemical Coding Theories at Work

ANDRZEJ K. KONOPKA

DNA Sequence Analysis

BioLingua Research, Inc, USA

✤ Provides solid treatment of statistical and cryptanalytic foundations of today’s sequence analysis, and a biochemistry perspective on the role of computer-assisted sequence analysis ✤ Focuses on verification of linguistic and cryptological methods of statistical and pragmatic biomolecular sequence analysis ✤ Covers the theory and practice of those aspects of computer-assisted text analysis that have been and could be used for analysis of genomic DNA sequences ✤ Features the aspects of RNA, polypeptide, and protein sequence analysis, in addition to DNA and its biological roles READERSHIP: Scientists in the field of genomics, computational biologists, computer scientists, and mathematicians, professors, undergraduates and postgraduates in biology, computer science, applied mathematics, bioengineering, genetics and statistics SERIES: WILEY SERIES ON CHEMICAL, COMPUTATIONAL, AND SYSTEMS BIOLOGY

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Protein Engineering Handbook Volume 3

STEFAN LUTZ & UWE THEO BORNSCHEUER Emory University, USA; Greifswald University, Germany

✤ Captures cutting-edge research in a highly innovative field, including key new developments such as cofactor engineering, extremophile protein engineering and de novo design ✤ Complements and extends the previous two-volume handbook by the same authors to provide a supreme overview of this burgenoning field ✤ Integrates academic innovations and industrial applications for a balanced view of this multi-faceted topic READERSHIP: Biotechnologists, biochemists, bioengineers, enzymologists, biotechnological industry, chemical industry, pharmaceutical industry, and food industry

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Molecular and Biological Properties

DANIEL ERIK OTZEN Aarhus University, Denmark

✤ Establishes the fact that Neurodegenerative disorders such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease are already a leading cause of illness in the world’s ageing population, yet are still without any causative treatment ✤ Features the formation and role of protein fibrils as one of the main scientific frontiers in biochemistry ✤ Serves as the first reference on the topic that incorporates recent breakthroughs in amyloid research READERSHIP: Biochemists, molecular biologists, neurobiologists, neurophysiologists, and practitioners in the pharmaceutical Industry

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Handbook of RNA Biochemistry

2 VOLUME SET

2nd Edition

ROLAND K. HARTMANN, ALBRECHT BINDEREIF, ASTRID SCHĂ–N & ERIC WESTHOF ✤ Unmatched in scope and quality: Nowhere else is the practical side of RNA research covered in more breadth and depth ✤ Almost 100 specialists from across the world share their most recent expertise, including troubleshooting hints not available from other publications ✤ Broad scope of the book allows the treatment of specialized methods side by side with basic biochemical techniques, making the book a real treasure trove for every researcher experimenting with RNA READERSHIP: Molecular biologists, biochemists, gene technologists, cell biologists, biotechnologists

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Separation and Purification Technologies in Biorefineries SHRI RAMASWAMY, HUAJIANG HUANG & BANDRAU RAMARAO University of Minnesota, USA; University of Minnesota, USA; State University of New York, USA

✤ Serves as the first book dedicated to separation and purification technologies in biorefineries ✤ Includes numerous case studies, and discussions on the market and industry needs, industrial challenges, and the economic importance of each technology READERSHIP: Academic researchers, and scientists in: separations and purification technologies, biorefining, biofuels and bioproducts engineering, chemical engineering, biochemical and environmental engineering as well as advanced students in the fields

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The Role of Green Chemistry in Biomass Processing and Conversion HAIBO XIE & NICK GATHERGOOD Both of Dublin City University, Ireland

✤ Provides a basic knowledge for bioproducts such as materials, feedstock and fuels ✤ Discusses the opportunities and challenges with green technologies for biomass processing and conversion ✤ Details various methods for applying green chemistry technologies in the transformation of biomass into valuable chemicals and sustainable energy READERSHIP: Researchers in the field of biorefinery and green chemistry including; R&D chemists and engineers, environment & energy policymakers, academics, government employees, and economic, energetic and environmental policymakers

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Separation and Purification Technologies in Biorefineries

BIOCHEMISTRY B IO OCHEMISTRY R / SUSTAINABLE SUSTAINABLE CHEMISTRY CHEMIS STRY & GREEN N CHEMISTRY CHEMISTR RY

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Coffee: Growing, Processing, Sustainable Production 2nd, Revised Edition

JEAN NICOLAS WINTGENS Consultant, Switzerland

✤ Includes more than 900 illustrations, most of them in full colour, dozens of tables, and a 100-page appendix with data provide all the knowledge the coffee professional will ever need ✤ Serves as the bible for coffee professionals as well as coffee lovers ✤ Represents the works of leading experts in the business, endorsed by the International Coffee Organisation and the Specialty Coffee Organisation of America READERSHIP: Food technologists, agricultural scientists, professionals in the food industry, botanists, and the interested public

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Inorganic Materials Science JOHN N. LALENA University of Maryland, USA

Inorganic Materials Science

✤ Highlights the interdisciplinary nature of inorganic materials science ✤ Covers the entire structure/property/processing/performance materials pyramid ✤ Presents inorganic materials science as an interdisciplinary field, providing students and professionals of different backgrounds with useful information they might not have been exposed to ✤ Discusses materials characterisation techniques, materials applications, and end-of-life issues READERSHIP: Advanced engineering and materials science undergraduates, first- or second-year postgraduates in inorganic/physical chemistry/ materials science, materials scientists, and inorganic and solid-state chemists

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The Chemistry and Physics of Intermetallic Materials

The Chemistry and Physics of Intermetallic Materials GORDON J. MILLER & R. BRUCE KING Iowa State University, USA; University of Georgia, USA

✤ Provides a handy reference for professionals working with intermetallic materials in the electronics, magnetics, structural materials, and coatings industries ✤ Features a how-to guide for designing pure intermetallic materials with targeted properties, synthetic details, characterisation, factors affecting structure, and relevant physical properties READERSHIP: Professional and student chemists and chemical engineers interested in inorganic chemistry and materials science in academia, government, and industries, including electronics, magnetics, structural materials, and coatings SERIES: SPECIAL TOPICS IN INORGANIC CHEMISTRY

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Advanced Ceramic Materials Preparation and Applications

Advanced Ceramic Materials

KEVIN EWSUK, JUNICHI TATAMI, KEIZO UEMATSU, MAKIO NAITO, ROLF WAESCHE, TORSTEN RABE & VINCENT HACKLEY Sandia National Laboratories, USA; Yokohama National University, Japan; Nagaoka University of Technology, Japan; Osaka University, Japan; Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing (BAM) Germany; Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing (BAM), Germany; National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST), USA

✤ Provides comprehensive coverage on how to make and use advanced ceramic materials ✤ Incorporates introductory chapters and basic coverage of underlying principles, valuable discussions of characterisation techniques, process variability, and how to control the property of the ceramic material during the design and preparation ✤ Serves as an excellent comprehensive “how-to� resource for all those working with advanced ceramics READERSHIP: Practicing materials scientists, ceramicists and ceramic engineers, upper-level undergraduate or postgraduate students in courses such as ceramic processing

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PANJIAN LI, JONATHAN P. GARINO & L. LEE CHOU Depuy Orthopaedics, Inc.,USA; Pennsylvania Orthopedic Center, USA; Boston University, USA

✤ Covers the current state of the bioceramics field ✤ Provides a systematic overview of ceramic products in skeletal reconstruction and regeneration, along with an increased understanding of clinical problems and solutions

Bioceramics for Orthopaedic and Dental Applications

READERSHIP: Materials scientists, researchers and students in biomaterials and bioengineering, bio- and materials engineers working in the orthopaedic and dental industries, orthopaedic surgeons, and related medical professionals

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Aggregate and Natural Fibers Based Concrete S. AMZIANE ✤ Presents an overview of the knowledge on construction materials made from plant particles ✤ Explains building materials that contain main raw material that is renewable, recyclable and easily available ✤ Focuses on particles and as well on fibres issued from hemp plant READERSHIP: Professionals, researchers, and students of engineering and materials science, and construction materials

Aggregate and Natural Fibers Based Concrete

MATERIALS SCIENCE

Bioceramics for Orthopaedic and Dental Applications

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Structural Materials and Processes in Transportation MATTHIAS BUSSE, AXEL HERRMANN, KAMBIZ KAYVANTASH & DIRK LEHMHUS University of Bremen, Germany; Faserinstitut Bremen, Germany; Cranfield University, UK; University of Bremen, Germany

✤ Features contributions from aerospace centres, Fraunhofer Institutes, car manufacturers and fibre institutes ✤ Presents insights of researchers on the latest developments of novel materials ✤ Provides information on engineering materials for rail, road and air transport READERSHIP: Materials scientists, engineering scientists, metal processing industry, plastics industry, aircraft and space industry, automobile industry, and libraries

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Supercapacitors MAX LU, FRANCOIS BEGUIN & ELZBIETA FRACKOWIAK University of Queensland, Australia; CNRS-Universite Orleans, France; University of Technology, Poland

✤ Contains a focused electrochemistry primer directly targeting capacitor testing and characterisation, catering to the diverse backgrounds of readers ✤ Includes all-important materials which cover topics such as carbons andoxides conducting polymers and systems ✤ Features topics that are of direct industrial relevance, including industrial manufacture, durability, reliability, the market and applications READERSHIP: Materials scientists, electrochemists, electrotechnicians, engineers in power technology, libraries, chemical industry, electrotechnical industry, and automobile industry SERIES: NEW MATERIALS FOR SUSTAINABLE ENERGY AND DEVELOPMENT

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Stretchable Electronics TAKAO SOMEYA University of Tokyo, Japan

✤ Contains advanced research topic close to commercialisation, with novel developments such as “wearable electronics� and the increasing spread of reading devices, as well as stretchable electronics ✤ Provides the undisputed knowledge on how to make electronics stretchable - from mechanical fundamentals to materials and processing, from devices to real life applications ✤ Serves as a must-have publication that gives an unprecedented overview of a thriving research field READERSHIP: Materials scientists, electrical engineers, chemists, physical chemists, sensor industry, semiconductor industry, institutes, institutions, and libraries

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Molecular Electronics An Introduction

N. TAO Arizona State University, USA

Molecular Electronics

✤ Provides background to those entering the field from various disciplines and to students studying molecular electronics and nanotechnology ✤ Features a thorough overview of the background necessary for understanding molecular electronics ✤ Delivers a good introduction to quantum chemistry and quantum mechanics, nanoscale transport theory and models, and the engineering requirements for designing and building molecular-scale electronic systems ✤ Draws upon materials from tutorial lecture series at workshops and summer schools taught by the authors at Arizona State University READERSHIP: Postgraduates from electrical engineering, bioengineering, materials research, physics and chemistry, and researchers in molecular electronics

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Organic Optoelectronics WENPING HU, FENGLIAN BAI, XIONG GONG, XIAOWEI ZHAN, HONGBING FU & THOMAS BJORNHOLM Chinese Academy of Sciences, PR China; Chinese Academy of Sciences, PR China; University of California, USA; Chinese Academy of Sciences, PR China; Chinese Academy of Sciences, PR China; University of Copenhagen, Denmark

✤ Covers all aspects of the field, with an emphasis on materials synthesis, physicochemical properties, and device fabrication ✤ Serves as a handy reference for both researchers and those new to the field ✤ Provides strong emphasis on applications, from field effect transistors, light-emitting diodes, and photonics, to the emerging areas of solar cells and thermoelectric power sources ✤ Represents the works of authors that are internationally recognised experts in the field with academic as well as industrial experience READERSHIP: Materials scientists, organic chemists, solid state chemists, physicists, polymer chemists, electrical engineers, manufacturers of optoelectronic devices, postgraduate students, and libraries

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Contact Angle, Wettability and Adhesion K. L. MITTAL NANO INTERFACE TECHNOLOGY INC. USA

Contact Angle, Wettability and Adhesion

✤ Covers the latest research developments ✤ Addresses many different aspects of wettability ✤ Brings out current and potential applications of the phenomenon of wettability READERSHIP: Scientists and researchers in academia and individuals in a host of industries, including textiles, printing, coatings, medical, nanotechnology, biotechnology, and adhesive bonding

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Methods and Applications

THOMAS D. SEWELL Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA

✤ Collects in one place the present state-of-the-art in atomic-level simulation techniques and applications for energetic materials ✤ Gives special attention throughout the book to making clear connections between theory, simulation, and experiment

Atomic-Level Simulations of Energetic Materials

✤ Places an emphasis on how to best take the results obtained from atomic-level simulations and incorporate them into larger-scale approaches in order to yield practically useful predictions ✤ Discusses the assessment of the accuracy and precision of simulation results READERSHIP: Postgraduates and researchers in: energetic materials, explosives, propellants, pyrotechnics, computational and theoretical chemistry, and solid-state physics and chemistry

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Magnetic Cooling – From Fundamentals to High Efficiency Refrigeration DR OLIVER GUTFLEISCH & DR KARL SANDEMAN IFW-Dresden, Germany; Imperial College London, UK

✤ Establishes magnetic cooling as one of the few green, energy efficient technologies that is experiencing a surge in interest ✤ Combines the fundamentals and theory with applied topics ✤ Brings together the latest research from physics, materials science, engineering and chemistry

Magnetic Cooling – From Fundamentals to High Efficiency Refrigeration

MATERIALS SCIENCE

Atomic-Level Simulations of Energetic Materials

READERSHIP: Researchers in magnetic materials, working in physics, materials science, engineering, and chemistry, and refrigeration and air conditioning industry engineers

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Innovations in Manufacturing MUAMMER KOC & TUGRUL OZEL Virginia Commonwealth University, USA; Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, USA

✤ Focuses on mechanical-based advanced manufacturing process technologies for materials ✤ Discusses the wide array of modern manufacturing topics ✤ Includes topics such as advanced, emerging and innovative manufacturing process technologies, all of which are non-traditional and not typically covered in existing manufacturing textbooks

Innovations in Manufacturing

✤ Represents the works of editors who are known for their solid, coherent presentations READERSHIP: Upper-level undergraduate and postgraduate students, industrial materials scientists and engineers, mechanical engineers, electrical and electronic engineers, and systems and industrial engineers

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Metal Chalcogenide Semiconductor Nanostructures and Their Applications in Renewable Energy A. QURASHI King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, Saudi Arabia

✤ Focuses on metal chalcogenide semiconductor nanostructures for renewable energy applications ✤ Shows the properties and synthesis of a class of nanomaterials essential to renewable energy manufacturing READERSHIP: Students, scientists, engineers, researchers working on nanomaterials-based energy aspects associated with chemistry, physics, materials science, electrical engineering, energy science and technology, and environmental science

Metal Chalcogenide Semiconductor Nanostructures and Their Applications in Renewable Energy

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Energy Autonomous Micro and Nano Systems M. BELLEVILLE Centre for Innovation in Micro & Nanotechnology (MINATEC), France

✤ Provides a detailed overview of the fundamentals and latest developments in the field of energy autonomous microsystems ✤ Features introductory information and the latest results in the fields ofphotovoltaic, thermal and mechanical energy harvesting and conversion ✤ Informs about a state-of-the-art of ultra-low power sensor interfaces, digital signal processing and wireless communications ✤ Details the challenges and latest techniques available to readers interested inthe field of energy autonomous microsystems READERSHIP: Professionals, researchers and students of engineering and materials science, nanotechnology, and general nanotechnology

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Liquid Crystals in Materials Chemistry S. HOLGER EICHHORN & VANCE E. WILLIAMS University of Windsor, UK; Simon Fraser University, Canada

Liquid Crystals in Materials Chemistry

✤ Focuses on non-traditional areas of liquid crystal materials ✤ Addresses topics that are experiencing a significant growth in research activity ✤ Targets three areas of contemporary liquid crystal research consisting nanostructured materials and liquid crystals, liquid crystalline materials for organic electronics, and light-driven materials based on liquid crystals READERSHIP: Researchers and postgraduates in materials and organic chemistry, physics, chemical and mechanical engineering, engineers in organic electronic and optical devices, researchers in photochromism, and nanoparticles

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Modeling and Prediction of Polymer Nanocomposite Properties VIKAS MITTAL The Petroleum Institute, United Arab Emirates

✤ Covers all important aspects of one of the most widely used material classes, polymer composites ✤ Provides details of particular aspects of polymer nano composites relevant for researchers at universities and developers in commercial labs ✤ Puts forward an often neglected topic which covers how accurate modeling of the properties of polymer materials fosters the understanding of microscopic processes and macroscopic behaviour ✤ Emphasises the close connection between theory and experiment to optimise models and real life procedures alike READERSHIP: Materials scientists, polymer chemists, chemical industry, chemical engineers, institutes, institutions, and libraries SERIES: POLYMER NANO-, MICRO- AND MACROCOMPOSITES

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Shape-Memory Polymers Industrial Applications of Smart Materials

E. S. W. KONG

ShapeMemory Polymers

Shanghai Jiao Tong University, PR China

✤ Provides comprehensive coverage of shape-memory polymers (SMPs), a growing area within “smart materials� research ✤ Offers a good introduction to the topic and the nature of shape-memory effects and superelasticity ✤ Gives an in-depth look at the properties, mechanics, and characterisation of SMPs and thermoplastic elastomers ✤ Features a wide range of applications for materials such as bioplastics and biomedical devices, textiles and fabrics, optical, electronic, and mechanical parts for control systems, cosmetics and beauty products, and automotives READERSHIP: Postgraduates and professionals in academia and industry in the following fields: polymers, functional materials engineering including biomedical engineers, textiles/fibres,plastics and rubber

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EWA PIORKOWSKA The Centre of Molecular and Macromolecular Studies, Poland

✤ Provides the only comprehensive reference on polymer crystallisation ✤ Covers crystallisation of neat polymers, heterogeneous systems, polymer blends, and polymer composites ✤ Details common problems and how to resolve issues such as orientation induced crystallisation, crystallisation in nanocompositesand crystallisation in complex thermal processing conditions

Handbook of Polymer Crystallization

READERSHIP: Researchers, engineers, and postgraduate students in polymers, materials science, and chemical engineering

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Computer Modeling for Injection Molding Simulation, Optimization, and Control

HUAMIN ZHOU Huazhong University of Science and Technology, PR China

✤ Explains computer aided engineering (CAE) and simulation applied to the major polymer processing method injection molding

MATERIALS SCIENCE

Handbook of Polymer Crystallization

✤ Helps readers understand techniques in order to solve problems in advanced control, simulation, monitoring, and optimisation of the injection molding process ✤ Includes sections that explain typical problems, interpretation of simulation results, and resolution to problems, as well as case studies of successes and failures ✤ Describes implementation of computer innovations like parallel computing, acceleration method, and mesh free method in injection molding READERSHIP: Plastic engineers, researchers, software engineers, mold designers, and injection molding machinery designers QA/QC professionals in polymer industry, academics and industrial researchers,practitioners, postgraduate and advanced students

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Handbook of Polymer Synthesis, Characterization, and Processing ENRIQUE SALDIVAR-GUERRA & EDUARDO VIVALDO-LIMA Center for Research on Applied Chemistry, Mexico; Universidad Nacional AutĂłnoma de MĂŠxico (UNAM), Mexico

✤ Covers a broad range of polymer science topics such as synthesis, characterisation and processing ✤ Serves as a comprehensive introduction to polymer chemistry and materials ✤ Focuses on industrially-important polymers, analytical techniques, and formulation methods ✤ Contains chapters on step-growth, radical, and co-polymerisation; crosslinking and grafting; reaction engineering; emulsions characterisation methods as well as advanced technology applications

Handbook of Polymer Synthesis, Characterization, and Processing

READERSHIP: Polymer scientists and engineers in industry, chemical engineers, materials scientists, postgraduates in polymer engineering or production programmes

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Antioxidant Polymers Synthesis, Properties, and Applications

GIUSEPPE CIRILO & FRANCESCA IEMMA Both of University of Calabria, Italy

✤ Looks at one of the most fast developing and exciting classes of polymers ✤ Applies to many important industries including biomedical, pharmaceutical, chemical, food, and cosmetics READERSHIP: Researchers and industry/academic scientists in biomedical, pharmaceutical and food, polymer science and materials science, research and development of pharmaceutical, cosmetics , plastics, botanics and marine and nano-engineering

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Atmospheric Radiation JAMES A. COAKLEY JR. & PING YANG Oregon State University, USA; Texas A&M University, USA

Atmospheric Radiation

✤ Provides a closer look at radiative processes and radiative transfer in planetary atmospheres, and a better understanding of underlying principles of radiative transfer in the atmosphere ✤ Represents the written works of a “senior outstanding scientist and a mid career top notch scientist� who did excellent work in climate, radiation, clouds and aerosols ✤ Includes examples of how the solutions of the radiative transfer equation are used in remote sensing to probe the thermal structure and composition of planetary atmospheres READERSHIP: Meteorologists, molecular physicists, physical institutes, experimental physicists, climatologists, students in physics, and university libraries

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Theoretical Astrophysics An Introduction

MATTHIAS BARTELMANN Heidelberg University, Germany

✤ Features a concise and comprehensive introduction to different theoretical aspects of modern astrophysics ✤ Presents the fundamental concepts of hydrodynamics, radiation, and stellar dynamics within one comprehensive textbook READERSHIP: Students in astronomy, astronomers, theoretical physicists, and university and institute libraries

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Plasma Formulary for Physics, Astronomy, and Technology Second, Revised and Enlarged Edition

DECLAN DIVER University of Glasgow, UK

✤ Features new and updated content with latest findings of fusion plasma, plasma in stellar winds, reaction rates, engineering plasma and many other topics ✤ Provides a unique collection of all relevant formulae and an up-to-date reference list ✤ Serves as a vital reference to practitioners and researchers in all areas of plasma research READERSHIP: Plasmaphysicists, astronomers, vacuumphysicists, surface physicists, surface chemists, engineers, and university and institute libraries

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Celestial Dynamics RUDOLF DVORAK & CHRISTOPH LHOTKA Both of University Vienna, Austria

✤ Serves as the unrivalled reference to cutting-edge celestial dynamics, and a must-have to calculate exoplanet motion and interplanetary space flight ✤ Features the written works of an internationally renown expert ✤ Offers mathematical supplements for practical use of the formulae READERSHIP: Astronomers, applied mathematicians, graduate students, libraries at university institutes and universities

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Solar Astrophysics 3rd Edition

PETER V. FOUKAL Cambridge Research and Instrumentation, Inc., UK

✤ Features new and updated content, especially in space weather, modern solar instrumentation, and the impact of the sun on our climate ✤ Presents current knowledge of the sun explained with simple physics ✤ Covers the entire scope of important topics in solar research READERSHIP: Students in physics and astronomy, geophysicists, lecturers in physics, astronomers, and university and institutional libraries

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Magnetoseismology FREDERICK W. MENK & COLIN L. WATERS Both of University of Newcastle, Australia

✤ Provides a comprehensive account of magnetoseismology - the tool to monitor space weather ✤ Offers relevance to communication, power supply and many other critical systems, with computational codes for analysis and evaluation

Magnetoseismology

READERSHIP: Astronomers, geophysicists, geologists, and libraries at university, institutes and companies

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Elementary Particle Physics YORIKIYO NAGASHIMA University of Osaka, Japan

✤ Provides up-to-date and comprehensive coverage of particle physics experiments ✤ Covers the theory of and beyond the standard model, and directly links it to the experiments ✤ A must have for researchers in ground based and astroparticle physics READERSHIP: High energy physicists, theoretical physicists, astronomers, postgraduates, lecturers in physics, and libraries at universities, institutes and companies

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Atomistic Computer Simulations VERONIKA BRĂ ZDOVĂ & DAVID R. BOWLER University College London, UK; University College London, UK

✤ Focuses on the thorough understanding of the concepts behind the equations and how these are used in simulations ✤ Enables readers to run their own atomistic simulations and understand what they are doing ✤ Contains chapters on setting up the simulations include lists of essential parameters to ensure the simulation is scientifically sound ✤ Includes checklists for planning project, creating input files, analysing output files, and for troubleshooting, and exercises and tests throughout READERSHIP: Theoretical physicists, theoretical chemists, computer scientists, students and lecturers in chemical engineering, materials scientists, materials institutes, surface physicists, surface chemists, and atomic physicists

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Nonequilibrium Statistical Physics GERD RĂ–PKE University of Rostock, Germany

✤ Serves as the only coherent presentation of nonequilibrium statistical physics on the level of a textbook, suited for masters, PhD and PostDoc students in physics and related disciplines ✤ Establishes the fact that nonequilibrium processes are indispensable for many fields of sciences such as physics, chemistry, related natural sciences, and engineering, especially when it comes to the development of new technologies ✤ Gives an insight in the problems of nonequilibrium physics, presents different standard approaches, discusses limits, and suggests improvements. Includes classical as well as quantum statistical many-particle approaches, with examples ✤ Includes fully worked problems, from simple to advanced, and summaries for each chapter READERSHIP: Lecturers and students of physics and chemistry, physical chemists, materials scientists, statistics specialists, and libraries at universities and research institutes

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Nonequilibrium Statistical Physics of Small Systems Fluctuation Relations and Beyond

RAINER KLAGES, WOLFRAM JUST, CHRISTOPHER JARZYNSKI & HEINZ GEORG SCHUSTER Queen Mary University of London, UK; Queen Mary University of London, UK; University of Maryland, USA; University of Kiel, Germany

✤ Features the recent progress in nonequilibrium statistical mechanics carried out on small systems ✤ Focuses on theoretical aspects, with a section on experimental investigations that informs on the state of matter with the aim to encourage new experiments ✤ Appeals to both theorists and experimentalists READERSHIP: Physicists, biophysicists, materials scientists, chemists, electrotechnicians, Ph.D. students, and postgraduates SERIES: ANNUAL REVIEWS OF NONLINEAR DYNAMICS AND COMPLEXITY (VCH)

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Optical Engineering of Diamond RICH MILDREN & JAMES RABEAU Both of Macquarie University, Australia

✤ Serves as an up-to-date and accessible resource on the properties and applications of optical quality synthetic diamond including single crystal, nanodiamond and polycrystalline ✤ Includes fundamental descriptions of how electromagnetic radiation interacts with diamond ✤ Describes how diamond is and may be used in optical applications, and the current status of these technologies ✤ Includes major applications such as quantum computation and informatics, nano-imaging, high performance lasers, and biomedicine READERSHIP: Optical industry, surface physicists, optoelectronics manufacturers, semiconductor physicists, solid state physicists, bioengineers, advanced and postgraduate students and lecturers in laser specialists, biophysicists and related fields

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Physics of Organic Semiconductors WOLFGANG BRĂœTTING, CHIHAYA ADACHI & RUSSELL J. HOLMES University of Augsburg, Germany; Kyushu University, Japan; University of Minnesota, USA

✤ Features a highly interdisciplinary research field that spans solid state physics, chemistry and materials science ✤ Bridges the gap between text book knowledge largely based on crystalline molecular solids on the one side and other books focusing more on device applications ✤ Appeals to researchers working in the field of organic electronics, both in academia and industry, as well as advanced master students or PhD students ✤ Provides a good overview of organic electronics or for teaching to introduce their students via seminars or specialist courses READERSHIP: Solid state physicists, materials scientists, physical chemists, electrical engineers, postgraduates, Ph.D. students, and university libraries

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ALEXANDER FRIDMAN & GARY FRIEDMAN Both of Drexel University, USA

✤ Represents the first book on this topic aimed at the University teaching market ✤ Features the physics required to develop novel plasma discharges relevant for medical applications, and the medicine to apply the technology not only in-vitro but also in vivo testing ✤ Provides the biology to understand complicated biochemical processes involved in plasma interaction with living tissues READERSHIP: Researchers and advanced students, researchers in the industrial health care field, as well as plasma scientists and engineers who are interested in entering this field

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A Course of Theoretical Physics P. JOHN SHEPHERD Emeritus Professor, University of Exeter, UK

✤ Covers almost all theoretical physics topics that would typically be taught in an advanced bachelor program or to prepare for a Masters in theoretical physics ✤ Serves as a guide for instructors, covering all the key topics of theoretical physics required in an undergraduate physics program

A Course of Theoretical Physics

✤ Presents an introduction to theoretical topics in physics for postgraduate students who aren’t specialists in physics ✤ Includes, with full derivations of all expressions, accounts of Nobel-prize-winning work such as the Weinberg–Salam theory of the electroweak interaction and the Bardeen–Cooper–Schrieffer theory of superconductivity READERSHIP: Instructors on topics of theoretical physics required in an undergraduate physics program, students of all levels who want an overview of topics in theoretical physics that weren’t part of their undergraduate curriculum

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Companion to Quantum Computation and Communication MLADEN PAVICIC University of Zagreb, Croatia

✤ Serves as a self-contained guide of quantum computation and quantum communication that avoids detailed mathematical proofs where possible

PHYSICS PHYSI ICS / BIO BIOMEDICAL OMEDICA AL ENGINEERING ENGINEERIN NG

Plasma Medicine

✤ Uses a mixed exposition in between a popular and a technical approach to quantum computation ✤ Connects the standard results of the field with more recent developments such as implementations and new approaches ✤ Features an interdisciplinary interest in physics, mathematics, and computer science READERSHIP: Postgraduates, students in physics, informatics, electrical engineering, lecturers, electrical engineers, libraries at universities

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Biomedical Devices and Technology MARTIN CULJAT, RAHUL SINGH & HUA LEE University of California, USA; University of California, USA; University of Illinois, USA

✤ Offers an entry-level, comprehensive view of the biomedical devices field with cutting-edge technical content ✤ Encompasses the key areasof mathematics, physics, chemistry, and biology within biomedical engineering

Biomedical Devices and Technology

✤ Includes 15 chapters, all prepared by top faculty members at the UCLA School of Medicine ✤ Covers devices and systems in diagnostic, surgical, and implant procedures READERSHIP: Students in freshman year seminars and introductory biomedical engineering courses

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Chemical Sensors and Biosensors RENE LALAUZE Ecole Nationale SupĂŠrieure Des Mines, France

✤ Presents the role of electrical, electrochemical, piezoelectric and optical transducers in detection mechanisms through their developments and from a performance point of view ✤ Places a large emphasis on interaction between chemical and biological species, in a gaseous or liquid state, and details mineral and biological materials acting as sensitive elements ✤ Combines information from different scientists and professors from different universities and constitutes an updating of the state-of-the-art for chemical sensors, biosensors and biochips ✤ Describes the constant progress being made in the theoretical and technological aspects concerning studies and developments of chemical sensors, biosensors and biochips READERSHIP: Students of engineering, materials science, biomedical engineering, bioinstrumentation and biosensors

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Micro and Nanotechnologies in Stem Cells and Tissue Engineering

Micro and Nanotechnologies in Stem Cells and Tissue Engineering MURUGAN RAMALINGAM University of Strasbourg (UdS), France

✤ Covers current perspectives of micro and nanotechnologies for the advancement of cells and tissue studies ✤ Gives a general view of fundamental principles of the up-to-date micro/nanotechnological advances in cell and tissue engineering ✤ Features the works of four leading researchers in micro/nanotechnologies, stem cell and tissue engineering who are able to illustrate, together with all the invited contributors, the latest and most advanced accomplishments in this interdisciplinary field as well as provide valuable insights for its future development READERSHIP: Academicians researchers and students in materials science and engineering, bioengineering, biomaterials, nanotechnology, biomedical science and engineering, medicine, dental and pharmaceutics SERIES: IEEE PRESS SERIES ON BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING

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Nanomaterials in Drug Delivery, Imaging, and Tissue Engineering

Nanomaterials in Drug Delivery, Imaging, and Tissue Engineering ASHUTOSH TIWARI Linkoping University, Sweden

✤ Covers nanotheragnostics which is the new edge of nanomedicine combining both diagnostic and therapeutic elements at nano level ✤ Reports on nanoscopic therapeutic systems that incorporate therapeutic agents, molecular targeting and diagnostic imaging capabilities ✤ Features a comprehensive 27-chapter multi-disciplinary book that will be invaluable to researchers and scientists in materials science, bioengineering, pharmacy, biotechnology and nanotechnology READERSHIP: Students and researchers from diverse backgrounds such as chemistry, materials science, physics, pharmacy, biological science, biotechnology and nanotechnology, and biomedical engineering

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Integrated Biomaterials for Biomedical Technology MURUGAN RAMALINGAM, ASHUTOSH TIWARI, SEERAM RAMAKRISHNA & HISATOSHI KOBAYASHI University of Strasbourg, France; LinkĂśping University, Sweden; National University of Singapore, Singapore; National Institute for Materials Science, Japan

✤ Provides details on the current advancement in the field of biomaterials, written by experts of biomaterials from around the world ✤ Addresses many applications for medical, tissue engineering, tissue regenerative, biomedical, and bone tissue applications ✤ Incorporates figures and tables with current data READERSHIP: Students, researchers, professors, and industrial experts in biomaterials, materials science and engineering, nanoscience and nanotechnology, bioengineering, biomedical sciences, and tissue engineering SERIES: BIOMATERIALS SCIENCE, ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY

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2 VOLUME SET

MYER KUTZ John Wiley & Sons, Inc., USA

✤ Serves as the most comprehensive, up-to-date reference on engineering measurements covering all major engineering disciplines ✤ Provides coverage of the basic theory, necessary tools, techniques of measurement and analysis, and applications across disciplines

Handbook of Measurement in Science and Engineering

READERSHIP: Engineers, scientists, and technical managers in industry and government at all levels, members of major engineering associations, such as ASME, IEEE, ASCE, specialised societies, such as SAE, SME, academics and researchers

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Power Management Integrated Circuit Analysis and Design WING-HUNG KI The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST), PR China

✤ Presents concepts that are discussed in both qualitative and quantitative aspects ✤ Provides supplementary instructional materials for lecturers ✤ Features MATLAB simulation code for readers to download and practice on their own READERSHIP: Postgraduate students in power electronics and VLSI, practicing IC design engineers, power management engineers and senior undergraduate students in electronic and computer engineering

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Implosion Lessons from National Security, High Reliability Spacecraft, Electronics, and the Forces which Changed Them

L. TEMPLE ✤ Features the complex inter-dependence of solid state electronics and practical implementations in the national security and nation defense space programmes

Implosion

✤ Presents the evolution of military standards for piece parts, quality and reliability as they affected national security and national defense space programmes ✤ Provides insight into the attempted reforms of federal systems acquisition of national security and national defense space systems in the latter half of the 20th Century ✤ Shows the complexity of science and technology public policy decisions in the context of political, organisational and economic realities

ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

Handbook of Measurement in Science and Engineering

READERSHIP: Aerospace industry, students, lecturers in engineering management, history of technology, and socio-political aspects of technology, instrumentation, measurement and testing, reliability and quality testing, and systems engineering standards

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Effective Interpersonal and Team Communication Skills for Engineers CLIFFORD WHITCOMB Naval Postgraduate School, USA

✤ Helps engineers learn basic and advanced technical communication skills in order to cope with on the job issues as well as presentation skills ✤ Uses self-assessment tools and practical examples ✤ Includes many engineering-specific case studies

Effective Interpersonal and Team Communication Skills for Engineers

READERSHIP: Engineer and technical communicators

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Negotiating Cultural Encounters Narrating Intercultural Engineering and Technical Communication

HAN YU & GERALD SAVAGE

Negotiating Cultural Encounters

Kansas State University, USA; Illinois State University, USA

✤ Responds to the need for new cases in intercultural communication ✤ Features the works of contributors with diverse backgrounds in terms of training, cultural backgrounds, geographical locations, workplace roles, affiliations, and assigned projects ✤ Covers various topics such as designing e-commerce websites, localising manufacture equipment and documentation, and translating healthcare product materials ✤ Provides hands-on application of cultural heuristics and dimensions READERSHIP: Practicing engineers, technical experts, engineering management, engineering teachers and training professionals, technical writers, editors, translators, researchers, engineering and technical communications students at all levels SERIES: IEEE PCS PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING COMMUNICATION SERIES

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Selective Visual Attraction Computational Models and Applications

H. ZHANG

Selective Visual Attraction

Fudan University, PR China

✤ Provides a key knowledge boost to developers of image processing applications ✤ Emphasises the practical utility of attention mechanisms with a number of real world examples ✤ Includes tools such as robot navigation and object selection, image and video quality assessment, as well as image and video coding ✤ Provides codes for users to apply in practical attentional models and mechanisms READERSHIP: Postgraduates, researchers in neural networks, image processing, machine learning, computer vision, and other areas of biologically inspired model building and applications, practicing engineers, students and researchers

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Transmission Electron Microscopy in Micro-nanoelectronics Transmission Electron Microscopy in Micronanoelectronics

A. CLAVERIE ✤ Presents in a simple and practical way the new quantitative techniques based on transmission electron microscopy which have been recently invented or developed ✤ Addresses most of the main challenging issues scientists and process engineers have to face to develop or optimize semiconductor layers and devices READERSHIP: Scientists, process engineers, students

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Dynamic Modeling and Predictive Control in Solid Oxide Fuel Cells

Dynamic Modeling and Predictive Control in Solid Oxide Fuel Cells B. HUANG University of Alberta, Canada

✤ Offers comprehensive coverage of SOFC dynamic models and modeling approach from first principles, bringing together many aspects of SOFC technology in one book for the first time ✤ Provides parameters for all models developed for easy reference and reproducing of the results ✤ Discusses lumped model and distributed model from cell level to system level, and uses NMPC, which is well understood by both industry and academia ✤ Features applications to the state-of-the-art unscented Kalman filter, model predictive control, and monitoring techniques to SOFC systems READERSHIP: Postgraduates, faculty members, and researchers in the area of fuel cells, process systems engineering, control systems engineering, process control, and electrochemical engineering

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N. MATTA University of Technology of Troyes, France

✤ Presents results of projects carried out by both scientific and industry researchers into the techniques to help in maintenance, control, supervision and security of systems ✤ Takes into account the technical environmental and human factors ✤ Supported by the Scientific Group GIS 3SGS. A collaborative work from 13 partners (academic and industrial) who have come together to deal with security problems ✤ Focuses on stochastic and dynamic modeling, maintenance, forecasting, diagnosis, reliability, performance, organizational, human and environmental factors, uncertainty and experience feedback READERSHIP: Professionals in engineering & materials science / electrical & electronics engineering / control systems technology

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Electromagnetism Maxwell Equations, Wave Propagation and Emission

TAMER BECHERRAWY ✤ Addresses electromagnetic theory and its applications ✤ Discusses basic concepts and mathematical analysis ✤ Includes advanced topics, such as wave theory, special relativity, emission of radiation by charges and antennas, induction, as well as Maxwell equations and electromagnetic waves ✤ Provides four additional topics which include guided waves, relativistic electrodynamics, particles in an electromagnetic field and emission of radiation READERSHIP: Undergraduate students in physics and engineering

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Numerical Analysis in Electromagnetics The TLM Method

PIERRE SAGUET ✤ Gives a broad overview of the TLM (Transmission Line Matrix) method ✤ Explains how the TLM method has acquired a reputation for being a powerful and effective tool by numerous teams and still benefits today from significant theoretical developments ✤ Contains applications examples, enabling the reader to draw conclusions regarding the performance of the implemented techniques, at the same time validate them READERSHIP: Students, practitioners and researchers in the field of engineering and materials science, electrical and electronics engineering, and electromagnetic theory

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Supervision and Safety of Complex Systems

ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

Supervision and Safety of Complex Systems

Handbook of 3D Integration Volume 1 and 2 – Technology and Applications of 3D Integrated Circuits

PHILIP GARROU, CHRISTOPHER BOWER & PETER RAMM Research Triangle Park, USA; Semprius Inc., USA; Fraunhofer Institute IZM, Germany

✤ Puts the known physical limitations for classic 2D electronics into perspective with the requirements for further electronics developments and market necessities ✤ Shows 3D solutions to the feature density problem ✤ Addresses important issues such as wafer processing, die bonding, packaging technology, and thermal aspects ✤ Contains contributions from key players in the field - companies, institutes and academia READERSHIP: Postgraduates, and lecturers, materials scientists, electronics engineers, physicists, IT engineers, and electrical engineers

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Autonomous Learning Systems From Data Streams to Knowledge in Real-time

PLAMEN ANGELOV Lancaster University, UK

✤ Presents the subject systematically in a logical sequence from explaining the fundamentals to illustrating the proposed approach with numerous applications ✤ Discusses a wide range of applications in fields including unmanned vehicles/robotics, oil refineries, chemical industry and biomedicine ✤ Provides illustrations and software code that can be used for further research as well as lecture notes that can be used for teaching short courses READERSHIP: Academics and researchers interested in control theory, fuzzy logic, machine learning and system identification, practicing engineers and R&D engineers in the aerospace, process and intelligent transportation industries

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Modern Machine Learning Techniques and Their Applications in Cartoon Animation Research

Modern Machine Learning Techniques and Their Applications in Cartoon Animation Research JUN YU & DACHENG TAO Both of Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

✤ Serves as an introductory book for those needing to understand the modern machine learning techniques and their applications in specific areas like cartoon animation research ✤ Helps readers learn the latest machine learning techniques ✤ Includes patch alignment framework, spectral clustering, graph cuts and convex relaxation, ensemble manifold learning, multiple kernel learning, multiview subspace learning, and multiview distance metric learning ✤ Presents the applications of these modern machine learning techniques in cartoon animation research READERSHIP: Engineers, scientists, and professionals SERIES: IEEE PRESS SERIES ON SYSTEMS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING

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Calibration of Industrial Robot Manipulators P. MAURINE Institut National Des Sciences AppliquĂŠes (INSA), France.

Calibration of Industrial Robot Manipulators

✤ Focuses on the calibration of robot manipulators ✤ Develops the practical methods used in the industrial world ✤ Presents case studies of successes and failures in the industrial world ✤ Shows why calibration is essential to fulfill the requirements of an innovative automated manufacturing line READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate students in mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, and computer studies; robotics researchers working in industry or in government SERIES: ISTE

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Reliability Engineering KAILASH C. KAPUR University of Washington, USA

Reliability Engineering

✤ Provides worked problems, a solutions manual, and class-tested material ✤ Helps readers set guiding principles that can be used to design and manage reliability programs for the contemporary world ✤ Teaches readers to design the process capability considering potential failure modes, failure sites, and failure mechanisms, obtained from the physics of failure, analysis, and the life cycle profile ✤ Explains how to integrate reliability methods and techniques in the Six Sigma Process and Design for Six Sigma READERSHIP: Professionals interested in gaining knowledge of the practical aspects of reliability, advanced undergraduates, postgraduates; corporate sales people, trainers, and libraries SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN SYSTEMS ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT

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2nd Edition

HIROFUMI AKAGI Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan

✤ New edition includes exercises at the end of many chapters, includes practical examples, and information on hybrid filter for medium voltage application ✤ Introduces many important concepts in the field of active filtering that cannot be found in other books ✤ Presents a review of power theories and shows that the instantaneous power theory gives an important basic knowledge for the understanding and designing of shunt, series, combined shunt-series power active filters as well as hybrid passive-active power filters

Instantaneous Power Theory and Applications to Power Conditioning

READERSHIP: Senior undergraduates, postgraduates and electrical engineers interested in understanding or solving harmonic pollution problems SERIES: IEEE PRESS SERIES ON POWER ENGINEERING

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Handbook of Power Systems Engineering with Power Electronics Applications 2nd Edition

YOSHIHIDE HASE Kokushikan-University, Japan

✤ Features new chapters and coverage of the theories and practical applications of power electronics ✤ Includes EHV and high voltage applications such as DC-transmission, SVC, speed adjustable pumped storage hydro generation, and various power conditioner applications such as UPS, and wind generation ✤ Covers the IEC-Standards from 2010 ✤ Offers a thorough treatment of fundamental principles of power system engineering and theories of the power system network, combining theories and technologies into a single unified hierarchy READERSHIP: Practicing engineers, engineering companies, engineers in power generation, transmission line and sub-station equipment, total network-dispatching control, local equipment control, protection, postgraduates and advanced students

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Integrated Design by Optimization of Electrical Energy Systems XAVIER ROBOAM ✤ Presents the vision of French academics about electrical energy system design methodologies ✤ Dedicated to discussion of analysis about EESs and system management ✤ Focused on modeling and sizing tools of EESs READERSHIP: Students, lecturers and practitioners in engineering, electrical and electronics engineering, and power technology and power engineering

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Systemic Design Methodologies for Electrical Energy Systems Analysis, Synthesis and Management

XAVIER ROBOAM CNRS, France

✤ Unveils a methodological vision of the systemic design process with various methods of analysis and optimisation, modeling approach, and design tools ✤ Offers a systemic analysis methods for quality and stability of systems, including safety and robustness analysis

ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

Instantaneous Power Theory and Applications to Power Conditioning

Systemic Design Methodologies for Electrical Energy Systems

✤ Gathers the French academic vision on that topic with participation of 10 research labs in electrical engineering in universities of Belfort, Grenoble, Lille, Lyon, Nancy, Nantes-St Nazaire, Paris, and Toulouse READERSHIP: Students, lecturers and practitioners in engineering and materials science, electrical and electronics engineering, and power technology and power engineering

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Solar Energy at Urban Scale B. BECKERS Compiègne University of Technology, France

✤ Collects the points of view of 18 specialists from around the world on the interaction between solar energy and constructions ✤ Discusses the combination of territorial, urban and architectural scales to better regulate energetic efficiency and light comfort for the sustainable city ✤ Proposes a multi-disciplinary and systematic approach concerning specialities as different as meteorology, geography, architecture and urban engineering systems, all surrounding the essential problem of solar radiation READERSHIP: Students, lecturers and practitioners in engineering and materials science, electrical and electronics engineering, power technology and power engineering, and wind and solar energy

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Frontiers of Electronic Materials JĂ–RG HEBER, DARRELL SCHLOM, YOSHINORI TOKURA, RAINER WASER & MATTHIAS WUTTIG Nature Materials, UK; Cornell University, USA; The University of Tokyo, Japan; RWTH Aachen, Germany; RWTH Aachen, Germany

✤ Reports on the hottest topics in condensed matter research and therefore forms an essential resource for the researchers of today and tomorrow ✤ Presents fundamental as well as application-oriented research; covering superionic conductors, thermoelectrics, photovoltaics as well as chip architectures and computational concepts ✤ Features the works of high profile authors from US, Japan, Korea, and Europe READERSHIP: Materials scientists, solid state physicists, electronics engineers, solid state chemists, libraries at universities, and libraries at university institutes

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Fundamental Elements of Applied Superconductivity in Electrical Engineering

Fundamental Elements of Applied Superconductivity in Electrical Engineering Y. WANG North China Electric Power University, PR China

✤ Presents a clear introduction to the application of superconductor in electrical engineering and related fundamental technologies ✤ Arms readers with the technological aspects of superconductivity required to produce a machine ✤ Covers power supplying technologies in superconducting electric apparatus READERSHIP: Academic researchers, postgraduates and senior undergraduates inelectrical engineering, superconducting device researchers, and engineers

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Acoustic Microscopy and Ultrasonic Imaging From Principles to Applications

ROMAN GR. MAEV University of Windsor, Canada

✤ Includes new transducer materials or novel array solutions which have led to the design of new devices ✤ Presents novel results and techniques that enables experts from different disciplines to apply those methods and therefore to move further research ✤ Features the works of Roman Maev, an experienced author and one of the leading scientists in this area READERSHIP: Test engineers, materials scientists, solid state chemists and physicists, bioengineers, life scientists, pharma engineers, libraries at universities, libraries at university institutes

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Y. Q. JIN Fudan University, PR China

✤ Features theoretical scattering models and SAR data analysis techniques ✤ Explains the simulation of SAR images for mono- and bi-static radars, covering both qualitative and quantitative information retrieval ✤ Covers chapter topics such as theoretical scattering models; SAR data analysis and processing techniques; and theoretical quantitative simulation reconstruction and inversion techniques

Polarimetric Scattering and SAR Information Retrieval

✤ Includes MATLAB code for readers to run their own routines READERSHIP: Research scientists, engineers and scientists, application developers, remote sensing specialists, users of SAR and polarimetric SAR technology, and postgraduates in electric engineering, physics, earth and space sciences

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Fundamentals of Modern Measurements Theory and Practice

A. FERRERO Politecnico Di Milano University, Italy

✤ Provides a systematic analysis of modern measurement technologiesfrom basics to applications ✤ Includes downloadable application examples including MATLAB codes, and a separate solution manual ✤ Features the works written by the authority in IEEE Man, System & Cybernetic Society ✤ Covers practical application examples in the second part of the book READERSHIP: Professionals in measurement and instrumentation, electrical engineerswhose interest is in metrology, signal processing, data processing professionals, systems engineers, postgraduates and undergraduates in electrical engineering

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Polymeric Sensors and Actuators J. FINK Montanuniversität, Austria

✤ Offers a comprehensive discussion on sensors, a very large and growing market ✤ Covers in some depth the various polymers that are used for sensors and actuators from the view of organic chemistry ✤ The author has researched both scientific papers and patents to include all the recent discoveries and applications ✤ Chapters on the methods of fabrication, smart textiles, actuators, as well as the processing of data are included READERSHIP: Researchers and students in chemistry, polymer science, materials science, and electrical engineering

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Fundamentals of Modern Measurements

ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

Polarimetric Scattering and SAR Information Retrieval

Advanced Instrumentation and Computer I/O Design Defined Accuracy Decision, Control, and Process Applications 2nd Edition

PATRICK H. GARRETT The University of Cincinnati, USA

✤ Incorporates the latest electronic devices and system applications ✤ Presents updated content with improved accuracyofthe design models between their theoretical derivations and actual measured results ✤ Features end-of-chapter problems and case studies that are based on actual industry, laboratory and aerospace system designs ✤ Includes a separate solutions manual READERSHIP: Instrumentation and measurement device and circuit engineers, engineers specialising in sensing technology, robotics system engineers, and manufacturing automation specialists

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Algorithmic and AI Methods for Protein Bioinformatics

Algorithmic and AI Methods for Protein Bioinformatics YI PAN Georgia State University, USA

✤ Includes 30 chapters, in five parts, from an array of industry experts ✤ Contains chapters on protein sequence analysis, protein structure analysis, protein structure alignment and assessment, protein-protein interaction analysis and application of protein analysis ✤ Includes case studies in applications of protein bioinformatics ✤ Covers AI techniques such as Support Vector Machines (SVMs), Hidden Markov Models (HMM), neural networks and more READERSHIP: Bioinformatics specialists in academia, industry professionals in pharmaceuticals, data mining researchers, postgraduates, molecular biologists, mathematical scientists, senior undergraduates, postgraduates, and PhD students SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN BIOINFORMATICS

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Embedded Systems Hardware, Design and Implementation

KRZYSZTOF INIEWSKI University of Alberta, Canada

Embedded Systems

✤ Features the works of top industry experts and key academic professors ✤ Presents a comprehensive coverage with extensive cross-referencing features ✤ Covers potential for new marketsand technologies ✤ Discusses testability for the embedded system design READERSHIP: Practicing engineers and managers working in energy and networking, senior undergraduates, and postgraduate students

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Direct Eigen Control for Induction Machines and Synchronous Motors JEAN CLAUDE ALACOQUE ✤ Describes a new fast type of motor control applied to asynchronous machine (AM), surface mounted permanent magnet synchronous motor (SM-PMSM) and interior permanent magnet synchronous motor (I-PMSM) with various examples ✤ Summarises a method that supersedes the two known direct control solutions – Direct Self Control and Direct Torque Control - to be used for AC motor control and to control input filter current and voltage of an inverter feeding an AC motor ✤ Presents comprehensive simulations that are easy for the reader to reproduce on a computer ✤ Features control programmes that are hosted on a companion website READERSHIP:Researchers in drive control; postgraduates in electric machines, electric engineers in the field of railways, electric cars, plane surface control, military applications, engineers in machine tools, robots, rolling mills, and senior undergraduates SERIES: WILEY – IEEE

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Object Detection and Recognition in Digital Images

Object Detection and Recognition in Digital Images Theory and Practice

BOGUSLAW CYGANEK AGH-University of Science and Technology, Poland

✤ Discusses the most significant and up-to-date methods of object detection and recognition ✤ Offers a balanced treatment between theory, implementation (mainly C++ of crucial algorithms, with some algorithms in MATLAB) and case studies detailing practical applications of the discussed methods ✤ Features a companion website hosting software, example data files, test images, colour images, as well as additional material such as software manual, and solutions to exercises READERSHIP: Professionals, researchers, R&D engineers and developers, working in computer vision and related areas, postgraduates involved in computer vision, digital signal processing, image processing and associated areas

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A. OUAHABI UniversitĂŠ De Tours, France

✤ Presents a topic that has been of high attention for computer graphics, geometric modeling, visualisation, signal and image processing, biomedical engineering, andtelecommunication over the last few years ✤ Reveals the various advantages of using multiresolution analysis ✤ Gives insight into the extent of the power in using multiresolution analysis READERSHIP: Students, practitioners and researchers in the fields of mathematics, statistics and wavelets SERIES: ISTE

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Power Systems Signal Processing PAULO F. RIBEIRO, PROF AUGUSTO SANTIAGO CERQUEIRA, PROF MOISES VIDAL RIBEIRO, PROF PAULO MÉRCIO DA SILVEIRA & PROF CARLOS AUGUSTO DUQUE Calvin College, USA; Federal University of Juiz de Fora, Brazil; Federal Universityof Juiz de Fora, Brazil; Feral University of Itajubå, Brazil; Federal University of Juiz de Fora, Brazil

✤ Provides an exhaustive reference on the analysis of time-varying waveform distortions in power systems, detailing many different approaches ✤ Contains case studies and basic application examples, tables, and graphs to enable better understanding of the methods presented

Power Systems Signal Processing

✤ Features the work written by a range of professionals, varying from university lecturers to practicing power engineers, and edited by a well-known professor in power issues READERSHIP: Postgraduates, practicing utility engineers, university professors and researchers working in power systems and power quality areas, senior undergraduates, consultants, and maintenance, instrumentation and power electronics engineers SERIES: WILEY – IEEE

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Dictionary of Computer Vision and Image Processing 2nd Edition

ROBERT FISHER University of Edinburgh, UK

✤ Contains an additional 1000 new terms to reflect current updates, which includes a significantly increased focus on image processing terms, as well as machine learning terms ✤ Features citations to the terms to point to further reading about each term ✤ Offers supplementary regrouping of related terms by concept ✤ Provides illustrated diagrams and images to help clarify explanation READERSHIP: Senior undergraduates, Masters and PhD students; researchers in computer vision and image processing, IT applications groups at companies; experienced professionals in computer vision, image processing and multimedia applications

Dictionary of Computer Vision and Image Processing

ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

Signal and Image Multiresolution Analysis

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Microwave and Millimeter Wave Circuits and Systems Emerging Design, Technologies and Applications

APOSTOLOS GEORGIADIS, HENDRIK ROGIER, LUCA ROSELLI & PAOLO ARCIONI Centre Tecnològic De Telecomunicacions De Catalunya (CTTC), Spain; Ghent University, Belgium; University of Perugia, Italy; University of Pavia, Italy

✤ Discusses modeling and design strategies for new appealing applications in the domain of microwave and millimeter wave circuits and systems ✤ Addresses modeling, design and applications both from the circuit as from the system perspective ✤ Covers the latest innovations in the respective fields ✤ Addresses a selected problem and challenge within the field of Microwave and Millimeter wave circuits in each chapter, with case studies and examples where appropriate READERSHIP: Engineers, researchers, research project managers and engineers working in R&D, professors, and postgraduates, PhD students, and professionals working in product development

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ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING / COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY

RF/Microwave Circuit Design for Wireless Applications 2nd Edition

ULRICH L. ROHDE & MATTHIAS RUDOLPH Synergy Microwave Corporation, USA; Brandenburg University of Technology, Germany

✤ Discusses complete systems for which circuits are designed as well as the device technologies on which the devices and circuits are based ✤ Presents theory as well as practical issues such as new 4G telecommunication standards, the design of power amplifiers and recent advances in the understanding of noise in mixers and oscillators ✤ Introduces wireless systems and modulation types, as well as a systematic approach that differentiates between designing for battery-operated devices and base-station design READERSHIP: Circuit designers, engineers, designers and manufacturers, researchers in semiconductor technologies, telecommunications and wireless transmission systems, developers of simulation software, postgraduates and researchers

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Instrumentation and Metrology in Oceanography M. LE MENN

Instrumentation and Metrology in Oceanography

Conservatoire National Des Arts Et MĂŠtiers (CNAM), France

✤ Describes oceanographic sensors, instruments, instruments carriers and calibration techniques ✤ Covers allaspects of oceanographic instrumentation, including technology of sensors and instruments, ways of measurement, boats, floats, and platforms READERSHIP: Second or third year geography undergraduates, technicians andengineersin geology and environmental sciences, oceanography and paleoceanography

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Practical Signals Theory with MATLAB Applications RICHARD J. TERVO University of New Brunswick, USA

✤ Tervo first introduces actual behaviour of specific signals and then uses them to motivate presentation of mathematical concepts ✤ The goal is to help students who can’t visualize phenomena from an equation to develop their intuition and learn to analyse signals by inspection ✤ Most of the examples and problems are designed to use MATLAB, making the presentation more in line with modern engineering practice ✤ Extensive use of innovative applications in examples and problems READERSHIP: Electrical Engineering students with Communications modules

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Advanced Mobility and Transport Engineering S. HAMMADI Ecole Centrale de Lille, France

✤ Aims to design and develop methodologies in order to realise a MIS tool which can ensure permanent multimodal information availability before and during travel, considering passengers’ mobility ✤ Proposes methods and tools that help transport network customers to formulate their requests when they connect to their favorite information systems through PC, laptop, cell phone, Portable Digital Assistant (PDA), etc READERSHIP: Students, practitioners and researchers in engineering and materials science, electrical and electronics engineering, communication technology, and networks

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Standards, Coding Systems, Frameworks and Infrastructures

PRADEEP K. SINHA Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (CDAC), India

✤ Offers comprehensive coverage of available EHR, or Electronic Health Record standards, including ISO, European Union Standards, and National initiatives by Sweden, Netherlands, Canada, Australia and many others

Electronic Health Records

✤ Includes a glossary containing definitions of frequently used terms in the area of Electronics Health Record to allow the readers to quickly find out the meaning of a term of his/her interest ✤ Contains numerous diagrams and illustration to facilitate comprehension ✤ Discusses security and reliability of data READERSHIP: IT Specialists in EHR; software engineers specialised in EHR, US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)

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Evolutionary Algorithms for Mobile Ad hoc Networks PASCAL BOUVRY University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg

✤ Identifies, models and optimises solutions to problems that arise in daily research ✤ Presents complete and up-to-date surveys on topics like network and mobility simulators ✤ Provides sample problems along with solutions and descriptions used to solve each, with all code available to reference on a supplementary website online

Evolutionary Algorithms for Mobile Ad hoc Networks

✤ Covers current, relevantissues in mobile networks, including energy use, broadcasting performance, device mobility, and more READERSHIP: Researchers of mobile networks, PhD students specialising inoptimisation, advanced search techniques, multi-objective optimisation, and mobile networks, senior undergraduates and postgraduates studying mobile networks SERIES: NATURE-INSPIRED COMPUTING SERIES

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System Engineering of Computer Networks Reliability and Fault Tolerance

NORMAN F. SCHNEIDEWIND Naval Postgraduate School, USA

✤ Features the works written by a reliable computer based system expert who has served the US Homeland Security Committee ✤ Includes both wired and wireless (mobile) networks ✤ Demonstrates how to plan and develop reliable and fault tolerant network

System Engineering of Computer Networks

COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY

Electronic Health Records

READERSHIP: Computer-based systems engineers, software engineers, and hardware and network engineers SERIES: IEEE PRESS SERIES ON SYSTEMS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING

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Safety of Software-based Systems JEAN-LOUIS BOULANGER Independent Safety Assessor (ISA), France

✤ Offers a comparison between the different standards applicable to safety critical software applications, covering a range of technologies ✤ Presents an analysis of safety standards and their implementation in certification strategies from different domains such as aeronautics, automation, automotive, nuclear, railway and space applications

Safety of Softwarebased Systems

✤ Features the works of authors belong to theCG2E (â€?Club des Grandes Entreprises de l’EmbarquĂŠâ€?), who are experts from all domains and standards READERSHIP: Engineering and materials scientists and industrial engineers

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Digital Color Imaging CHRISTINE FERNANDEZ-MALOIGNE, FREDERIQUE ROBERT-INACIO & LUDOVIC MACAIRE Poitiers University, France; ISEN, France; Lille 1 University, France

✤ Identifies the latest developments in the field of automatic processing and analysis of digital colour images ✤ Presents a critical state-of-the-art perspective on the scientific issues raised by the various steps constituting the chain of colour image processing ✤ Covers a wide range of topics related to computational colour imaging ✤ Includes colour filtering and segmentation, colour texture characterisation, colour invariant for object recognition, colour and motion analysis, as well as colour image and video indexing and retrieval READERSHIP: Those interested in computing, computer graphics designers, and general computer graphics professionals SERIES: ISTE

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Green Networking FRANCINE KRIEF Bordeaux Institute of Technology, France

Green Networking

✤ Presents recent advances and future directions in green networking ✤ Includes discussion on energy efficient networks such as wired networks, wireless networks, mobile networks, adaptive networks, green terminals, and industrial research in green networking for smart cities READERSHIP: Engineers in networking, computer, electronics, PhD students, teachers and researchers in networking,engineering and materials science, electrical and electronics engineering, and communication technology

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Audiovisual Archives Digital Text and Discourse Analysis

P. STOCKINGER National Institute of Oriental Languages and Civilisations (INALCO), France

✤ Describes “active appropriation�, which is the use of existing digital audiovisual resources by users or user communities according to their expectations, needs, interests or desires ✤ Demonstrates well-known “from data to metadata� or “from simple information to relevant knowledge� problems, which influences the effective use, social impact and relevancy, and future, of digital knowledge archives ✤ Gives the practical, technical, and theoretical context of converting audiovisual archives to digital READERSHIP: Students, practitioners and researchers in engineering and materials science, electrical and electronics engineering, and communication technology

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Mathematical Theories for Computer and Network Security Engineering

Mathematical Theories for Computer and Network Security Engineering M. HAMDI Engineering School of Communications (Sup’Com), Tunisia

✤ Focuses on four major issues,which include security policy engineering, network security risk management, secure multimedia transmission and wireless sensor networks engineering ✤ Introduces new mathematical models that allow efficient design and implementation of surveillance systems based on the WSN technology ✤ Includes military applications like mobile target tracking, as well as a section on vehicular technology and WLANs ✤ Investigates future research areas through case studies READERSHIP: Network security researchers, professors, and students SERIES: IEEE PRESS SERIES ON INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION NETWORKS SECURITY

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L. MUCCHI University of Florence, Italy

✤ Deals with all the latest research approaches for cognitive networks ✤ Helps researchers learn about wireless security in cognitive radio networks and outlines key threats and challenges ✤ Discusses on key issues such as PKI-based security, chip-based security, hardware-oriented security, and wireless attacks

Security for Cognitive Wireless Networks

✤ Includes a section on myths and facts READERSHIP: Researchers in telecommunication engineering SERIES: IEEE PRESS SERIES ON INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION NETWORKS SECURITY

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Global Networks Their Design, Engineering and Operation

G. KEITH CAMBRON Formerly of AT&T Labs, USA

✤ Offers comprehensive treatment of the key theories and technologies associated with the design of modern communications networks, including equipment, systems and network design ✤ Provides coverage on equipment and software design, mobile networks, integration and the characteristics of large network outages ✤ Features a complete and up-to-date picture of communications technologies from initial design through to application ✤ Includes a section on future challenges such as the Exabyte traffic growth and an assessment of the dual roles of IPV4 and IPV6 READERSHIP: Network engineers designing carrier equipment and systems, IT developers designing support systems, postgraduates in engineering communications course, researchers, industry professionals requiring reference or refresher SERIES: WILEY – IEEE

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Vehicle Safety Communications Protocols, Security, and Privacy

TAO ZHANG & LUCA DELGROSSI

COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY

Security for Cognitive Wireless Networks

Telcordia Technologies, USA; Mercedes-Benz Research & Development North America, Inc., USA

✤ Provides a systemic description of cooperative vehicle systems ✤ Features content based on author’s extensive involvement in research development and real world, cooperative vehicle safetydemonstrations ✤ Offers an up-to-date, in-depth look at current crucial issues in the research community, automotive industry, and government agencies around the world ✤ Explains important technology such as 5.9 GHz Dedicated Short Range Communications, on-board equipment (OBE) and roadside equipment (RSE) READERSHIP: Engineers and professionals in cooperative vehicle safety and communications, engineers, automakers, suppliers, management and technical personnel, professors and students in vehicle communications SERIES: INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY SERIES

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LTE Security Revised Edition

GUTHER HORN Nokia Siemens Networks, Germany

✤ Features a concise, fully updated guide to the 3GPP LTE Security Standardisation specifications ✤ Describes the essential elements of LTE and SAE Security, written by leading experts who participated in decisively shaping SAE/LTE security in the relevant standardisation body, 3GPP

LTE Security

✤ Explains the rationale behind the standards specifications giving readers a broader understanding of the context to these specifications ✤ Includes new chapters covering 3GPP work on system enhancements for MTC, plus application layer security in ETSI TC M2M and embedded smart card in ETSI SCP and more READERSHIP: System engineers, developers, technical sales professionals, communication engineers and software developers in mobile communication field, security experts, technical managers, students, and researchers in LTE security SERIES: NSN/NOKIA SERIES

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Joint Source-Channel Coding ANDRES KWASINSKI, PAMELA COSMAN & VINAY CHANDE Rochester Institute of Technology, USA; University of California, San Diego, USA; Qualcomm Inc, USA

✤ Presents the material needed to understand how to obtain high performance in communication systems and networks ✤ Consolidates important material obtained from many sources ✤ Serves as an ideal reference for postgraduate level courses on digital or wireless communications, as well as courses on information theory READERSHIP: Academic and industrial researchers, development engineers, system engineers, system architects and software engineers, postgraduates, and scientists SERIES: WILEY – IEEE

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Photonics for THz and Millimeter Waves in UltraFast Wireless Communications

Photonics for THz and Millimeter Waves in Ultra-Fast Wireless Communications CI-LING PAN National Tsing Hua University (NTHU), Taiwan

✤ Considers the applications of THz and MMW waves for next generation wireless communication, including airport security checks, bio imagery, radio astronomy, and fundamental science research ✤ Features the development of communication and sensing applications in the millimeter wave to THz segment ✤ Discusses new and emerging applications such as pulse-shaper combined with high-power photodiode for MMW signal generation, as well as high-power photonic transmitter with various PD techniques ✤ Provides an overview of the key technologies for THz and MMW waves, appealing to both students and experts in the technical sectors READERSHIP: Postgraduates and researchers in microwave engineering and optoelectronic device physics, and engineers in the radio-over-fibre communication industry working on next generation photonics-based wireless communication

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3G, 4G and Beyond Bringing Networks, Devices and the Web Together 2nd Edition

MARTIN SAUTER Nortel Networks, Germany

✤ Features new sections such as VoLTE, the evolution to 4G, mobile internet access, LTE-Advanced, Wi-Fi security and backhaul for wireless networks ✤ Describes the successful commercialisation of Web 2.0 services such as Facebook, and the emergence of app stores, tablets and smartphones ✤ Includes a new section on Voice over DSL and Cable with Femtocells from the perspective of both the user and the network provider ✤ Examines the evolution of mobile devices and operating systems, including ARM and x86 architecture and their applications to voice-optimised and multimedia devices READERSHIP: Telecommunication engineers, telecom consultants, professionals and researchers, and computer science students

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Mobile Ad Hoc Networking The Cutting-Edge Directions 2nd Edition

Mobile Ad Hoc Networking

STEFANO BASAGNI, MARCO CONTI, SILVIA GIORDANO & IVAN STOJMENOVIC Northeastern University, USA; Institute of Informatics and Telematics, Italy; University of Applied Science, Switzerland; Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Mexico

✤ Covers sensor, actuator and robot networking, mesh networks, delay tolerant and opportunistic networking, and vehicular networks ✤ Provides information about the current trends in sensor, actuator and robot networking, mesh networks, delay tolerant and opportunistic networking, and vehicular networks ✤ Seeks to provide up-to-date information on research and development activities in the rapidly growing area of networks, based on the multi-hop ad hoc networking paradigm READERSHIP: Researchers, postgraduates in computer science and electrical engineering, and researchers and developers in telecommunication industry SERIES: IEEE SERIES ON DIGITAL & MOBILE COMMUNICATION

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ROSE QINGYANG HU & YI QIAN Utah State University, USA; University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA

✤ Features the new paradigm in cellular network domain: a heterogeneous network containing network nodes with different characteristics such as transmission power and RF coverage area ✤ Provides a clear approach to the topic through tables, illustrations, industry case studies, tutorials and examples to cover the related topics ✤ Includes new research results and state-of-the-art technological developments and implementation issues READERSHIP: Postgraduates, professors, researchers, scientists, practitioners, and engineers in the technical areas of wireless communications and networks, undergraduates, industry managers, and government research agencies SERIES: IEEE PRESS SERIES ON RF AND MICROWAVE TECHNOLOGY

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Optics in Instruments Applications in Biology and Medicine

JEAN PIERRE GOURE UniversitĂŠ Jean Monnet, France

✤ Emphasises the role of optical instruments, where the optics is often hidden by the mechanics, electronics, computers ✤ Provides the foundation for understanding how they work, and shows how the main principles are implicated in the implementation of optical instruments

Optics in Instruments

✤ Describes the different components involved: the sources and sytems such as optical zoom READERSHIP: Engineers, students, and technicians

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Model Building in Mathematical Programming 5th Edition

H.PAUL WILLIAMS Emeritus Professor, London School of Economics, UK

✤ Discusses the general principles of model building in mathematical programming and its applications ✤ Provides extensive coverage of modelling alternatives and new material on modeling non-linear statistics ✤ New chapters and sections explore the latest developments in stochastic programming, constraint programming and column generation as well as modeling languages ✤ Now accompanied by a supporting website featuring solutions and examples of programming languages such as GAMs and AMPL READERSHIP: Undergraduates, postgraduates, research students and managers in Operational ResearchManagement science. Engineers, mathematicians, and scientists who develop/use mathematical programming models

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The History of Mathematics A Brief Course 3rd Edition

ROGER COOKE University of Vermont, USA

✤ Presents specific parts of the history of mathematics as individual lessons and blends in the complexity of the subject by focusing on three main principles: mathematical content, historical fact, and integration ✤ Includes newly written or revised exercises that are classified within three levels of difficulty: technical; factual, and integrative, blending both technical and factual aspectsinto a coherent narrative that discusses meaning and significance ✤ Provides 36 chapters, each of which can be discussed in one 50-minute class, and also includes six optional chapters that can be substituted based on instructor preference READERSHIP: Undergraduates in history of mathematics for science, engineering, and secondary education majors, and professional and trade audiences

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Model Building in Mathematical Programming

COMMUNICATIONS C OM MMUNICATIO ONS TECHNOLOGY TECHNOLOG GY / MA MATHEMATICS ATHEMAT TICS & STATISTICS STATISTIC CS

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Introduction to Abstract Algebra 4th Edition

W. KEITH NICHOLSON University of Calgary, Canada

✤ Includes real world applications to show the utility of the abstract concepts ✤ Focuses on the high end of modern algebra ✤ Offers hundreds of exercises,with varied levels of difficulty ✤ Features an accompanying Student Solution Manual. Exercises from the book have been selected, and the solutions are presented in an understandable way for students with an instructor’s manual available upon written request READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates, postgraduates of abstract algebra, students taking PhD qualifying exams aswell as independent study coursesin the U.S. and abroad, particularly Asia, and university and departmental libraries worldwide

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Applied Diffusion Processes from Engineering to Finance

Applied Diffusion Processes from Engineering to Finance JACQUES JANSSEN Solvay Business School, Belgium

✤ Highlights the strict interrelations that exist between the diffusion models in engineering, finance and insurance ✤ Explains analytical, numerical and Monte Carlo simulation methods and describes their applications in relation to problems presented in the book ✤ Presents advanced non-linear problems, LĂŠvy processes and semi-Markov models in interactions with the diffusion models READERSHIP: Heat transfer engineers, financial analysts and high-level actuaries, as well as researchers in finance, insurance and heat transfer

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Quantum Dynamics for Classical Systems With Applications of the Number Operator

F. BAGARELLO University of Palermo, Italy

✤ Discusses the use of mathematical tools that are related to quantum mechanics and features applications in several contexts including finance, biology, and social science ✤ Features applications across diverse fields including stock markets and population migration and provides a unique quantum perspective on these classes of models ✤ Provides solutions on how to use creation and annihilation operators for classical problems ✤ Addresses the recent increase in research and literature on the many applications of quantum tools in applied mathematics READERSHIP: Researchers, professionals, and academics in applied mathematics, economics, physics, biology,andsociology, postgraduate and PhD students, and academic libraries

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Finite Element Method GOURI DHATT, EMMANUEL LEFRANçOIS & GILBERTTOUZOT University of Technology of Compiègne, France; University of Technology of Compiègne, France; President of UNIT Foundation, France

Finite Element Method

✤ Represents a manual of the complete description of FEM, covering approximation techniques, weak formulation of physical problems written in form of partial differential equations, various numerical technique and computer implementation ✤ Features a unified presentation of the method, describing in detail all the aspects of transforming a physical problem to its computer implementation ✤ Includes new theoretical description of locking and patch tests, various fluid mechanics problems, plus MATLAB implementation of the method READERSHIP: Undergraduate and postgraduate students in civil engineering, mechanical engineering and applied mathematics

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2nd Edition

SAUL STAHL University of Kansas, USA

✤ Features a new chapter on the elements of projective geometry, which is useful in achieving a unified image of the field of classical plane geometry ✤ Presents applications to conic selections and, in a natural way, details the many classical properties of conics, including their well-known optical properties and Archimedes’ determination of the area of a segment of a parabola

Introduction to Topology and Geometry

✤ Contains historical notes, which are interspersed with the exposition ✤ Provides exercises ranging from the routine to challenging, makingthe material accessible at varying levels of study with an instructor’s manual available upon written request READERSHIP: Professionals, professors teaching geometry and topology, undergraduates and postgraduates, and academic libraries SERIES: PURE AND APPLIED MATHEMATICS: A WILEY SERIES OF TEXTS, MONOGRAPHS AND TRACTS

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Equitable Resource Allocation Models, Algorithms and Applications

HANAN LUSS Columbia University, USA

✤ Uses real world applications and examples to explain important concepts ✤ Includes end-of-chapter exercises ✤ Addresses equitable resource allocation problems ✤ Presents a collection of resource allocation models with applications in communications networks, transportation, manufacturing, healthcare, and the emergency services READERSHIP: Engineers, applied mathematicians, operations research and computer science practitioners, senior undergraduates, and postgraduate students in operations research, computer science, and engineering programs SERIES: INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY SERIES

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MATHEMATICS & STATISTICS

Introduction to Topology and Geometry

General Theory of Coherent Lower Previsions MATTHIAS TROFFAES & GERT DE COOMAN Durham University, UK; Ghent University, Belgium

✤ Illustrates ways in which the theory of Lower Previsions can be extended to cover a larger set of random quantities ✤ Highlights a crucial problem in the theory of imprecise probability and provides a detailed theory on how to resolve it ✤ Includes illustrative examples to support the understanding of the main concepts

General Theory of Coherent Lower Previsions

✤ Lays the foundations for increased practical work in applying the theory to a growing number of statistics, mathematics and engineering problems READERSHIP: Researchers and practitioners working in statistics, mathematics, engineering, artificial intelligence and decision theory. Researchers and students interested in probabilities and unbounded quantities SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS

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A First Course in Probability and Markov Chains GIUSEPPE MODICA UniversitĂ  di Firenze, Italy

✤ Presents the basic elements of statistics and probability to students with an engineering background ✤ Looks at Combinatorics, elementary probability, probability measures and Bernoulli processes ✤ Features applications of Law of Large Numbers and stochastic matrices, and discusses Discrete Time Discrete Markov Chains (DTDMC) ✤ Includes illustrations, examples and problems, some of them with solutions READERSHIP: Undergraduates and postgraduates in mathematics, science and engineering courses. Academics and students in mathematics, science, and engineering courses

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Statistical Modeling in Clinical Trials VLADIMIR V. ANISIMOV & VALERII V. FEDOROV Both of GlaxoSmithKline, UK

Statistical Modeling in Clinical Trials

✤ Provides a description of the innovative statistical techniques for predictive analytic modelling patient recruitment, randomisation and drug supply processes in multicentre clinical trials ✤ Offers practical recommendations and examples using real case studies and simulation in R ✤ Features the implementation of the software tools based on the developed techniques that completely changed the way of planning and monitoring patient recruitment and supply chain in GlaxoSmithKline READERSHIP: Practitioners working with the design and monitoring clinical trials. Statistical and medical departments in academic organisations and PhD students in applied probability and statistics

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Loss Models From Data to Decisions 4th Edition

STUART A. KLUGMAN, HARRY H. PANJER & GORDON E. WILLMOT Drake University, USA; University of Waterloo, Canada; University of Waterloo, Canada

✤ Features a notably streamlined table of contents, additional topics of interest, an emphasis on spreadsheet calculation, and more exercises ✤ Offers over 400 exercises which parallel content by the Society of Actuaries, the Casualty Actuarial Society, and the Canadian Institute of Actuaries’ Exam C/4, accompanied by a solutions manual for those who desire further insight ✤ Includes specific examples from the fields of insurance and business, with all data sets posted on an FTP site, along with programs that assist with conducting loss model analysis READERSHIP: Students and aspiring actuaries preparing for SOA and CAS preliminary examinations C/4, professional actuaries, postgraduates in the actuarial field, and professionals working with loss and risk models SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS

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Design and Analysis of Clinical Trials Concepts and Methodologies 3rd Edition

SHEIN-CHUNG CHOW & JEN-PEI LIU Covance Inc., USA; National Cheng-Kung University, Taiwan

✤ Features five new chapters on topics such as biomarker development and target clinical trials, adaptive design, trials for evaluating diagnostic devices, statistical methods for translational medicine, and traditional Chinese medicine ✤ Provides a well-balanced overview of current and emerging clinical issues as well as newly developed statistical methodologies ✤ Incorporates actual clinical trials in order to feature everyday applicability and explains concepts through illustrations and numerous real examples from clinical trials READERSHIP: Researchers, statisticians and biostatisticians, postgraduates, academics, and corporate and university libraries SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS

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Problem Solving and Data Analysis Using Minitab Problem Solving and Data Analysis Using Minitab

A Clear and Easy Guide to Six Sigma Methodology

REHMAN M. KHAN Chartered Chemical Engineer and Six Sigma Black Belt, UK

✤ Provides readers with a step by step guide to problem-solving and statistical analysis using MINITAB 16 (also compatible with 15) ✤ Contains hundreds of screenshots to aid the reader, along with explanations of the statistics being performed and interpretation of results ✤ Presents the basic statistical techniques used by Six Sigma Black Belts ✤ Keeps mathematical theory to a minimum READERSHIP: Numerical professionals who want to learn to use MINITAB 16 for data analysis, problem-solving and process improvement, undergraduates, and postgraduate studying Six Sigma Green and Black Belts, from organisations that use MINITAB

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MATHEMATICS M ATHEMATIICS & STATISTICS ST TATISTICS S / ENGINEERING ENGINEERIN NG

Probabilistic Search for Tracking Targets Theory and Modern Applications

IRAD BEN-GAL & EUGENE KAGAN Both of Tel-Aviv University, Israel

✤ Provides a general information-theoretic approach to the problem of searching in real-time, for a static or a moving target over a discrete sample space ✤ Presents a unified framework for the methods currently available and demonstrates their integration ✤ Discusses algorithms that will be implemented in C++ programs, available on an accompanying website READERSHIP: R&D engineers and researchers in the field of data mining and knowledge engineering, postgraduate students in engineering, and applied mathematics

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Precalculus A Prelude to Calculus 2nd Edition

SHELDON AXLER ✤ Expands upon the first issue’s solid foundation of precalculus concepts and topics ✤ Stands out with concise coverage, focused “preparation for calculus� approach, clarity of exposition, integrated SSM, precise mathematics, and rigor of proofs as the key drivers for change ✤ Step-by-step solutions for odd-numbered exercises are included so students can model their own applications ✤ Chapter openers and end-of-chapter summaries highlight the material to be learned READERSHIP: Mathematics students and lecturers, Anyone needing an introduction to the principles of precalculus

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Quantitative Reasoning Tools for Today’s Informed Citizen 2nd Edition

ALICIA SEVILLA & KAY SOMERS Moravian College; Moravian College

✤ Empowers students to use quantitative information to make responsible financial, environmental, and health-related decisions in their daily lives ✤ Students develop their critical thinking skills through numerous examples, explorations, and actvities featuring real data ✤ Features updated data sets and real-world applications throughout ✤ WileyPLUS is now available for this text READERSHIP: An introductory text for students studying quantitative reasoning

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Communication Practices in Engineering, Manufacturing, and Research for Food, Drug, and Water DAVID WRIGHT, EDWARD A. MALONE & JOHN V. STONE Missouri University of Science and Technology, USA; Missouri University of Science and Technology, USA; Michigan State University, USA

✤ Uses case studies to illustrate points ✤ Helps to teach engineers who are directly involved in creating safety systems and procedures, and how to communicate those designs to other engineers and the general public

Communication Practices in Engineering, Manufacturing, and Research for Food, Drug, and Water

✤ Presents a case study on the mad cow disease outbreak READERSHIP: Professional engineers, technical communicators, agriculture professionals, pharmaceutical professionals, and water quality professionals, government regulators and officials, and students SERIES: IEEE PCS PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING COMMUNICATION SERIES

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ENGINEERING

Innovative Software Development in GIS BENEDICTE BUCHER & FLORENCE LE BER National Geographic Institut, France; Ecole Nationale Du GÊnie De L’eau Et De L’environnement De Strasbourg, France

✤ Presents recent GIS software design projects ✤ Analyses the specificities of recent GIS software design projects in terms of motivation, data models and analysis methods ✤ Puts forward proposals to improve resource sharing in this domain READERSHIP: Students of geography, practitioners and researchers in the fields of geology and environmental sciences, geology and geophysics, and GIS and remote sensing

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Program Specialization RENAUD MARLET École Des Ponts Paristech (ENPC), France

Program Specialization

✤ Presents the principles and techniques of program specialization ✤ Describes the architecture of Tempo, an offline program specializer for C that can also specialize code at runtime, and provides figures for concrete applications in various domains ✤ Address issues related to program analysis precision, value reification, incomplete program specialization, strategies to exploit specialized program, incremental specialization, and data specialization READERSHIP: Researchers and software engineers, Students, practitioners and researchers involved in engineering and materials science, industrial engineering, and manufacturing

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Handbook of Compliant Mechanisms LARRY L. HOWELL, SPENCER P. MAGLEBY & BRIAN M. OLSEN Brigham Young University; Brigham Young University; Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA

✤ Covers all aspects pertaining to classification, elements, mechanisms and applications of compliant mechanisms ✤ Helps readers appreciate the advantages that compliant mechanisms has to offer ✤ Serves as a good reference guide for practitioners who would like to realise designs with compliant mechanisms, members and elements ✤ Includes a wide range of topics that is fully illustrated throughout, to enable easy understanding, even at introductory levels READERSHIP: Mechanical engineers, product designers, inventors, students on courses in compliant mechanisms, university libraries and technical libraries

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Grease Lubrication in Rolling Bearings PIET M. LUGT SKF Engineering and Research Centre, The Netherlands

✤ Describes the underlying physical and chemical properties of grease ✤ Discusses the effect of load, speed, temperature, bearing geometry, bearing materials and grease type on bearing wear ✤ Covers both bearing and grease performance, including thermo-mechanical ageing and testing methodologies READERSHIP: Postgraduate students, researchers, practicing engineers in automotive and mechanical engineering, tribologists, and grease chemists and designers of rotary mechanism designers SERIES: TRIBOLOGY IN PRACTICE SERIES

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Granulometry, temperature and concentration measurements

A. BOUTIER Office National D’etudes Et De Recherches AÊrospatiales (ONERA), France

✤ Helps to give a better understanding of fluid structure ✤ Provides fundamental information to validate codes in fluid mechanics READERSHIP: Students, researcher and professionals in engineering, mechanical engineering, fluid mechanics & materials science SERIES: ISTE

Laser Metrology in Fluid Mechanics

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ENGINEERING

Laser Metrology in Fluid Mechanics

Laser Velocimetry in Fluid Mechanics A. BOUTIER Office National D’etudes Et De Recherches AÊrospatiales (ONERA), France

✤ Provides fundamental information about how laser velocimetry validates codes in fluid mechanics and helps for a better understanding of the fluid structure ✤ Describes principles and characteristics of the different available techniques, all based on the scattering of light by tiny particles embedded into the flow, in detail ✤ Delivers different useful information on laser light’s mean values and turbulence characteristics

Laser Velocimetry in Fluid Mechanics

READERSHIP: Students, researcher and professionals in engineering, mechanical engineering, fluid mechanics & materials science SERIES: ISTE

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The Stochastic Perturbation Method for Computational Mechanics MARCIN KAMINSKI Technical University of Lodz, Poland

✤ Offers a complete overview of the stochastic perturbation technique, which is still a new area for a wide spectrum of researchers ✤ Includes a companion website with supporting stochastic numerical software ✤ Features many case studies and practical applications ✤ Provides a grounding in the basic elements of statistics, probability and reliability engineering, written by an engineer for engineers READERSHIP: Postgraduate students in the engineering field, researchers in engineering and the applied sciences, and R&D practitioners

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Introduction to Tribology 2nd Edition

BHARAT BHUSHAN The Ohio State University, USA

✤ Introduces the topic of tribology from a mechanical engineering, mechanics and materials science points of view ✤ Covers both the underlying theory and current applications of tribology to industry

Introduction to Tribology

✤ Enables readers to reinforce their knowledge of the topic with a newly-added problems section which is featured on the book’s companion website READERSHIP: Postgraduate students on Mechanical Engineering courses SERIES: TRIBOLOGY IN PRACTICE SERIES

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ENGINEERING

Principles and Applications to Tribology 2nd Edition

BHARAT BHUSHAN

Principles and Applications to Tribology

The Ohio State University, USA

✤ New second edition, includes revised material on friction, wear and bulk materials, coatings, and surface treatments for tribology ✤ Covers tribology from a mechanical engineering, mechanics and materials science points of view ✤ Updates in tribological components and applications as well as micro- and nano-tribology are also included, relevant to those working in the industry READERSHIP: Mechanical, chemical, and materials engineers, graduate students and researchers; undergraduate students on mechanical engineering courses SERIES: TRIBOLOGY IN PRACTICE SERIES

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Mechanics of Solid Interfaces M. DUPEUX ✤ Introduces basic concepts on mechanical problems related to the presence of solid/solid interfaces and their practical applications ✤ Discusses mechanical characterization of interface, initiation and growth of crack along interface, and the origin and the control of interface adhesion ✤ Focuses especially on thin films on substrate systems READERSHIP: Researchers, undergraduate and postgraduate students, engineers

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Nano and Cell Mechanics Fundamentals and Frontiers

HORACIO D. ESPINOSA & GANG BAO Northwestern University, USA; Georgia Institute of Technology, USA

✤ Serves as a comprehensive and detailed reference for the applied mechanics community, consisting of contributions from leaders in the field ✤ Presents current trends in the emerging areas of nano and cell mechanics ✤ Covers 2018 topics on protein mechanics and hydrophobic surfaces READERSHIP: Researchers, undergraduates, and postgraduate students taking up nano-mechanics SERIES: MICROSYSTEM AND NANOTECHNOLOGY SERIES (ME20)

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Field Measurement in Solid Mechanics M. GREDIAC ✤ Offers an overview of various measurement techniques yielding kinematic and thermal data ✤ Outlines different identification techniques to extract material parameters ✤ Presents a set of measurement and identification techniques used in the field of experimental solid mechanics READERSHIP: Postgraduate students, engineers, and researchers SERIES: ISTE

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ALBERT C. J. LUO & YU GUO Both of Southern Illinois University, USA

✤ Provides a systematic view of vibro-impact dynamics based on the nonlinear dynamics analysis ✤ Presents mapping dynamics to determine bifurcation and chaos in vibro-impact systems ✤ Offers two simple vibro-impact systems with comprehensive physical interpretation of complex motions

Vibro-impact Dynamics

✤ Uses the theory for discontinuous dynamical systems on time-varying domains to investigate the Fermi-oscillator READERSHIP: University professors, researchers and scientists in mechanical engineering, engineers, and postgraduate students in mathematics and physics

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ENGINEERING

Vibro-impact Dynamics

Computational Intelligence Synergies of Fuzzy Logic, Neural Networks Intelligent Systems and Applications

N. H. SIDDIQUE University of Ulster, UK

✤ Covers all aspects of fuzzy, neural and evolutionary approaches ✤ Contains worked-out examples, Matlab exercises and applications in each chapter for novices to start with, and go on to an advanced level of knowledge

Computational Intelligence

✤ Assumes that the reader has no experience in fuzzy logic, neural networks or evolutionary computing READERSHIP: Postgraduate students and researchers in the areas of systems modeling, prediction and control, electrical, control and systems engineers, and biophysicists

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Erosion of Geomaterials S. BONELLI French Environmental Sciences and Technologies Research Institute, France

✤ Provides a valuable basis for further progress in the challenging field of erosion in geomechanics and safety of levees and dams ✤ Brings together some of the latest international research and advances on the experimental approaches to erosion in geomechanics ✤ Addresses physical processes, how well they can be studied at the laboratory, and how obtained findings can be applied to real levees and dams READERSHIP: Readers in charge of dam and levee safety, students, researchers, and practitioners SERIES: ISTE

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Spacecraft Dynamics and Control An Introduction

ANTON H. DE RUITER Carleton University, Canada

✤ Provides an accessible, practical aid for teaching and self-study with a layout enabling a fundamental understanding of the subject ✤ Fills a gap in the existing literature by providing an analytical toolbox offering the reader a lasting, rigorous methodology for approaching vector mechanics, a key element vital to new graduates and practicing engineers alike ✤ Delivers an outstanding resource for aerospace engineering students, and all those involved in the technical aspects of design and engineering in the space sector ✤ Contains numerous illustrations to accompany the written text. Problems are included to apply and extend the material in each chapter READERSHIP: Senior undergraduate and masters level aerospace engineering students, aerospace professionals, researchers, and engineers

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Design and Development of Aircraft Systems 2nd Edition

IAN MOIR, Independent Consultant, UK

✤ Provides a holistic view of aircraft system design, describing the interaction between all of the subsystems such as fuel system, navigation, and flight control ✤ Covers all aspects of design including systems engineering, design drivers, systems architectures, systems integration, modelling of systems, practical considerations, and systems examples ✤ Incorporates essential new material on Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) READERSHIP: Aerospace engineers, airline operators, company medical specialists, human factors specialists, legal and contracts officers, and pilots and aircrew SERIES: AEROSPACE SERIES

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Fluid Mechanics 7th Edition SI Version

BRUCE R. MUNSON, THEODORE H. OKIISHI, WADE W. HUEBSCH & ALRIC P. ROTHMAYER Iowa State University, USA; Iowa State University, USA; Iowa State University, USA; West Virginia University, USA

Fluid Mechanics

✤ Fluid Mechanics provides complete topical coverage that focuses on helping students connect theory to the physical world, reinforcing student problem-solving through a consistent problem-solving methodology ✤ Hundreds of photos, illustrations, and videos help students visualize fluid flow, and connect the math and theory to physical real-world applications ✤ Short stories demonstrate some of the latest important and novel ways that fluid mechanics affects our lives, many with associated homework problems ✤ All of the example problems are outlined and carried out with the problem-solving framework of “Given, Find, Solution, and Comment� to instill in students good problem-solving practices READERSHIP: Mechanical Engineering undergraduate students

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Thermodynamics 8th Edition SI Version

CLAUS BORGNAKKE & RICHARD E. SONNTAG Both of University of Michigan, USA

Thermodynamics

✤ Fundamentals of Thermodynamics continues to offer a comprehensive and rigorous treatment of classical thermodynamics, while retaining an engineering perspective ✤ With concise, applications-oriented discussion of topics and self-test problems the text encourages students to monitor their own comprehension ✤ Updated with additional examples and end-of-chapter problems to increase student understanding ✤ Lays the groundwork for studies in fluid mechanics, heat transfer and statistical thermodynamics, and prepares students to effectively apply thermodynamics in the practice of engineering READERSHIP: Mechanical Engineering undergraduate students

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Fundamentals of Modern Manufacturing Materials, Processes and Systems 5th Edition

Fundamentals of Modern Manufacturing

MIKELL P. GROOVER Lehigh University

✤ Provides a treatment of manufacturing that is both modern and quantitative ✤ Delivers a balanced coverage of the basic engineering materials (metals, ceramics, polymers, and composite materials) ✤ Includes recently developed manufacturing processes in addition to the traditional processes ✤ Incorporates a greater use of mathematical models and quantitative (end-of-chapter) problems than other manufacturing text books READERSHIP: Designed for a first year undergraduate course in manufacturing and at the lower level in mechanical, industrial, and manufacturing engineering curricula. It may also be suitable for materials science and engineering courses that emphasize materials processing

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MICHAEL FORSYTH University of Bath, UK

✤ Gives key information in each area with where to go for more detailed guidance ✤ Offers a comprehensive overview of a multi-disciplinary area to encourage disparate groups of professionals to work more closely, with a strong focus on engineering and craft solutions READERSHIP: Architects, structural engineers, civil engineers, engineering consultants, students SERIES: HISTORIC BUILDING CONSERVATION

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Wind Effects on Cable-Supported Bridges

CONSTRUCTION

Materials and Skills for Historic Building Conservation

Y. L. XU The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, China

✤ Features an easy-to-follow structure of content, covering the topic from the fundamentals right through to the state-of-the-art ✤ Describes advanced topics such as wind induced structural vibration and structural health monitoring ✤ Gives a comprehensive analysis of methods for vibration reduction and CFD simulations of bridge loading ✤ Uses two projects with which the author has worked extensively, Stonecutters and Tsing Ma bridges, as worked examples, giving readers a practical understanding READERSHIP: Postgraduates, professionals, and academics/researchers in the areas of wind engineering and bridge engineering, practicing engineers and other professionals in wind engineering and bridge engineering, and consultants involved in bridge projects

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Guide to Building Control ANTHONY GWYNNE Building Control Surveyor, UK

✤ Serves as an authoritative reference for use at planning stage, with practical guidance on site ✤ Covers domestic buildings up to three storeys ✤ Presents information contained in the building regulations and approved documents in an easy-to-understand format, clear, concise and fully illustrated ✤ Features comprehensive guidelines developed from years of responding to requests from property professionals, builders, property owners and students for clarification of the practical requirements of the building regulations READERSHIP: Architects and builders in England and Wales, particularly SMEs, building control officers, approved inspectors, and surveyors

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Design Manager’s Handbook CIOB (CHARTERED INSTITUTE OF BUILDING) ✤ With over 44,000 members the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) is the international voice of the building professional, representing an unequalled body of knowledge concerning the management of the total building process ✤ Embodies a design management Code of Practice, developed by the CIOB Faculty of Architecture and Surveying ✤ Enables the design manager to provide tangible benefits for contractors and customers by ensuring the smooth flow of design data as projects become complex READERSHIP: Practicing design managers, including architects, construction engineers, surveyors or construction managers, and students studying related fields

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Modern Construction Management 7th Edition

FRANK HARRIS III, RONALD MCCAFFER & FRANCIS EDUM-FOTWE Emeritus Professor, University of Wolverhampton, UK; Emeritus Professor, Loughborough University, UK; Loughborough University, UK

✤ Provides a strong coverage of the salient elements required for developing and equipping the modern construction manager with skills in technical and business related issues ✤ Reflects site, business and corporate responsibilities of managers in construction ✤ Offers a comprehensive selection of worked examples throughout, based on real and practical situations in construction, to help students consolidate learning ✤ Features a companion website with support material for both tutors and students including self-learning exercises, PowerPoint slides, discussion topics, and key journal papers READERSHIP: Undergraduates and postgraduates in construction management, civil engineering, quantity surveying, and building surveying degree courses, practitioners in the construction sector, project procurement, and productivity improvement

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Commercial Management Theory and Practice

DAVID J. LOWE Manchester Business School, UK

✤ Includes examples and illustrations from a variety of industries, and both private and public sector ✤ Provides a one-stop-shop to commercial management, from legal issues to competitive bidding ✤ Covers techniques as well as principles ✤ Companion website offers full support for lecturers and students, including PowerPoint slides and Discussion topics READERSHIP: Undergraduate text for final level construction management and quantity surveying courses; post-graduate project management courses

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Building Procurement 2nd Edition

ROY MORLEDGE Nottingham Trent University, UK; College of Estate Management, UK

✤ Reflects the latest best practices, with particular emphasis on the role of the client in construction procurement ✤ Outlines and compares procurement in the European Union, the USA and China, as well as the UK ✤ Features a thorough literature review on procurement READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate and postgraduate students of building and construction in the UK, Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong and South Africa

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Delivering Sustainable Buildings MIKE MALINA Energy Solutions Associates, UK

✤ Features advice from experts at the cutting-edge of Low Carbon, renewable technologies and energy efficiency for buildings ✤ Brings together in one volume an overview of the main issues to consider when creating a sustainable building to aid decision-making on reducing the carbon footprint of buildings, cut waste and reduce spend on energy and failing equipment ✤ Enables contractors to identify opportunities to expand their own service offerings as well as to help improve communication with clients ✤ Offers comprehensive sources and further information to provide readers with the most up-to-date information on issues such as legislation changes and technology advances READERSHIP: Building contractors, facilities managers, and building surveyors

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International Construction Contracts – A Handbook WILLIAM GODWIN Practising Barrister, UK

✤ Provides concise, practical guidance on the negotiation and management of international construction and engineering contracts ✤ Ensures construction professionals are aware of the issues that often arise so that these can be dealt with quickly and efficiently ✤ Illustrates many of the contract features by making reference to well-known FIDIC contracts ✤ Assumes no specific system of domestic law, making it applicable worldwide READERSHIP: Construction professionals managing international projects, including architects, engineers, project managers, quantity surveyors, contract managers and contract administrators, postgraduates, and final year undergraduates

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Cornes and Lupton’s Design Liability in the Construction Industry SARAH LUPTON Cardiff University, UK

✤ Emphasises the factors that have come together recently to create a new range of design liability issues which the construction professional has to face ✤ Features revised and updated content put together by a well-established author with expertise in both architecture and law READERSHIP: Architects, engineers, contractors and lawyers, primarily for those in practice butalsoa useful text for master’s level courses in engineering, surveying, and construction law

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Financial Management in Construction Contracting ANDREW ROSS & PETER WILLIAMS Liverpool John Moores University, UK; Consultant and Lecturer

✤ Provides up-to-date information that are in compliance with new accounting standards ✤ Portrays the broad range of cost and value report formats currently in use ✤ Addresses problematic features of cost and value reports, such as costs to complete ✤ Features some generic formats on the companion website, thatconstructionsite.com READERSHIP: Undergradduate students of Quantity Surveying, Commercial Management, Construction Management, Project Management Postgraduate students of Commercial Management and Construction Management

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Water Quality Engineering Physical/Chemical Treatment Processes

M. BENJAMIN University Of Washington, USA

✤ Provides a comprehensive overview of water treatment processes, beginning with the generic means for investigating water to complex processes for the removal of soluble and particulate materials ✤ Describes the fundamental and mathematical theory behind water treatment methods, with examples that illustrate common calculations related to each process, as well as other real-world examples

Water Quality Engineering

✤ Includes problems with varying degrees of difficulty at the end of each chapter, with a solutions manual and powerpoint slides ✤ Serves as a reference for working environmental engineers by providing a theoretical underpinning of practice READERSHIP: Consulting, utility, and regulator personnel in environmental and civil engineering involved with water and wastewater treatment processes, professors and postgraduates, and environmental and chemical engineers

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Environmental Impacts of Engineering Decisions JOHN BERGENDAHL & JAMES C. O’SHAUGHNESSY Both of Worcester Polytechnic Institute, USA

Environmental Impacts of Engineering Decisions

✤ Covers engineering sustainability and environmental topics to meet ABET requirements to help students pass their exams ✤ Includes problems at the end of every chapter, anda worked-out solutions manual with answers to the problems ✤ Helps engineers better contextualise their work from a broad range of topics to make better engineering decisions ✤ Includes case studies in the text to reinforce and augment the material and show the reality and appropriateness of the discussion READERSHIP: Engineering majors desiring a general knowledge of the environmental impacts of engineering decisions, practicing engineers in civil, chemical, mechanical, and electrical engineering and undergraduates pursuing engineering degrees

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Building Physics – Heat, Air and Moisture HUGO S. L. C. HENS Katholieke Universiteit, Belgium

✤ Features well-structured content that combines theory with typical building engineering practice ✤ Includes applications for students READERSHIP: Civil engineers, architects, engineering consultants, technical colleges, universities of applied sciences, and libraries at universities and university institutes

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Building Physics and Applied Building Physics – Package HUGO S. L. C. HENS Katholieke Universiteit, Belgium

✤ Content well structured combining theory with typical building engineering practice ✤ Numerous parameter examples for various climates from the whole of Europe, e.g. Aberdeen, Rome, Copenhagen, Munich, Kiruna, Oslo ✤ Author with international appreciation (Scandinavia, Benelux, USA, Canada) READERSHIP: Civil Engineers, Architects, Engineering Consultants, Technical Colleges, Universities of Applied Sciences, Libraries at Universities, Libraries at University Institutes

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3G, 4G and Beyond

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ANISIMOV, VLADIMIR V.

AAKER, DAVID A.

28

ANISMAN, HYMIE

ABC of Cancer Care

52

Annual Plant Reviews: The Evolution of Plant Form

ABC of Medically Unexplained Symptoms Abdominal Organ Retrieval and Transplantation Bench Surgery ABEDIN, ZAINUL Acoustic Microscopy and Ultrasonic Imaging Acquired Brain Injury in the Fetus and Newborn ACT and Mindfulness for Psychosis ADACHI, CHIHAYA

52

56 54 118 53 45 110

ADAMS, SEAN PATRICK

36

ADORNO, THEODOR W.

5

Advanced Ceramic Materials Advanced Distillation Columns – Design, Control and Applications Advanced Instrumentation and Computer I/O Design ADVANCED LIFE SUPPORT GROUP Advanced Mobility and Transport Engineering Advances in Dairy Ingredients

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58 122 73

33

Antimicrobial Peptides

93

Applied Diffusion Processes from Engineering to Finance Applying International Financial Reporting Standards ARCIONI, PAOLO

Atmospheric Radiation Atomic-Level Simulations of Energetic Materials

AUGUSTIN, MARY ANN Autonomous Learning Systems

90

AKAGI, HIROFUMI

117

AL-ACHI, ANTOINE

94

ALACOQUE, JEAN CLAUDE ALASALVAR, CESARETTIN

120 74

17 69 108 105

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11

Airborne Measurements for Environmental Research

3

109

37

103

15

Atomistic Computer Simulations

After Globalization

Aggregate and Natural Fibers Based Concrete

121

Avanzando Avoiding Errors in Adult Medicine

73 116 15 50 50

Avoiding Errors in Paediatrics

50

AXLER, SHELDON

131

BAGARELLO, F.

128

BAGULEY, DAVID BAI, FENGLIAN

60 104

BAILEY, PETER J.

16

ALDRIDGE, ALAN

21

BAILLIE, JONATHAN E. M.

68

ALDRIDGE, PAUL

64

BAKER, RICHARD

80

ALEXANDER, JEFFREY C.

22

BALAKRISHNAN, RAMJI

31

ALEXANDER, SHEILA A.

60

BALOT, RYAN K.

38

ALEXIS, ANDREW

56

BALZANI, VINCENZO

98

BAO, GANG 120 32

BARBERA, JESSICA RAE BARDON, ADRIAN

134 12 7

ALLAN, STUART

19

BARNARD, LOUISE

11

ALLEN, DANIELLE S.

39

BARNARD, ROBERT

11

AMBROSE, BARBARA A.

71

BARRACLOUGH, KEVIN

50

American Politics and Society

24

BARRETT, KEVIN

53

Amyloid Fibrils and Prefibrillar Aggregates

101

AMZIANE, S.

103

BARTELMANN, MATTHIAS

ANASTAS, PAUL T.

83

ANDERSSON, GERHARD

60

ANDIYEVA, T. A.

86

Anesthesia and the Fetus

57

ANGELOV, PLAMEN

116

Animal Welfare in Veterinary Practice

BASAGNI, STEFANO BASCHAT, AHMET BASNIEV, KAPLAN BAUMAN, ZYGMUNT BAUR, PETER BECHERRAWY, TAMER BECK, ULRICH BECKERS, B.

64

80

BENJAMIN, M.

139

BER, FLORENCE LE

132

BERGENDAHL, JOHN

140

108 126 57 85 20 72 115 21 118

BRÜTTING, WOLFGANG

65

BSAVA Manual of Canine and Feline Haematology and Transfusion Medicine

64

BSAVA Manual of Feline Practice

64

BSAVA Pocketbook for Vets

65

BSAVA/VPIS Guide to Common Canine and Feline Poisons

BERTOLINI, JOSEPH

93

BESSANT, JOHN

27

BUDD, JEREMY

Between Skins

46

Buddhism and Modernity

BHADURI, SUMIT

91

Building Physics – Heat, Air and Moisture

BHATTACHARYYA, DIBAKAR

80

133, 134

BINDNER, DONALD Bioceramics for Orthopaedic and Dental Applications Biodiversity Monitoring and Conservation Biomedical Devices and Technology

101 37

68 111

65 132 50 9 140

Building Physics and Applied Building Physics – Package

140

Building Procurement

138

BULLOCK, HEATHER E. 103

110

BSAVA Manual of Canine and Feline Dermatology

BUCHER, BENEDICTE

46

BURGESS, NEIL

56

BURTON, CHRISTOPHER

52

BUSSE, MATTHIAS BUTLER, JUDITH

103 3

BIRCHLER, JAMES A.

71

BUTT, ARTHUR MORGAN

BIRD, ESTHER

52

BUTTERWORTH, BRIAN

42

CADIERNO, VICTORIO

91

BJORNHOLM, THOMAS BLACK, FRASER Blackwell Guide to Ethical Theory, The BLAND, MARK

BLAYDEN, JESSICA BOHN, BABETTE

Avoiding Errors in General Practice

16

ALHABEEB, M. J.

BENEKE, DANIEL

BLASZCZYNSKI, ALEX

ALBILLA, JULIÁN DANIEL GUTIÉRREZ

Algorithmic and AI Methods for Protein Bioinformatics

52

BINDEREIF, ALBRECHT

African American Voices

22

30

131

BEN-SHLOMO, YOAV

BHUSHAN, BHARAT

Audiovisual Archives

Ageing

128

106

98

63

5

107

62

BEN-GAL, IRAD

15

Atlas of Benthic Foraminifera

103

BELLEVILLE, M.

ARMAROLI, NICOLA

ATHANASIOU, ATHENA

22

BEGUIN, FRANCOIS

ARIAS, RAFAEL

Advances in Small Animal Total Joint Replacement

Against Epistemology

71

Anthropology of Performance, The

Antioxidant Polymers

Becoming Sexual

BEHREND, ELLEN

33

ATHIQUE, ADRIAN 119

43

Anthropology in the Public Arena

Articulatory Phonetics 81

130

BOHRER, DENISE BONELLI, S.

104 57 5

Calibration of Industrial Robot Manipulators

116

CAMBRON, G. KEITH

125

CAMPANELLA, OSVALDO H.

73

42

CAMPBELL-WARD, MICHELLE

62

61

CAMPBELL, LORNE

41

40

CAMPBELL, MICHAEL J.

58

93

CAMPOY, LUIS

63

Cardiovascular Disease and Health in the Older Patient

57 57 18

BONSER, JONATHAN

50

BOODHOO, KAMELIA

83

CARPENTER, CHRISTOPHER R.

BOONSTRA, JAAP J.

44

CARROLL, CRAIG E.

BORGNAKKE, CLAUS

136

CARROLL, NOËL

BORNSCHEUER, UWE THEO

100

CARTWRIGHT, LARA

BOUGIE, ROGER

78

13

135

27

4 51

CASTLE, GREGORY

11

BOULANGER, JEAN-LOUIS

123

CASTRO-KLAREN, SARA

13

BOUTIER, A.

133

Catalysis from A to Z

90

CAZDYN, ERIC

11

BOUVIER, J. M.

73

BOUVRY, PASCAL

123

CBRN Protection

92

BOWER, CHRISTOPHER

115

CBT For Anxiety Disorders

44

BOWLER, DAVID R.

109

CCPS

BOWMAN, HAMISH

86

Celestial Dynamics

BOWMAN, MALCOLM

86

BOYD, ROBERT K.

89

CENTER FOR CHEMICAL PROCESS SAFETY (CCPS)

BRÁZDOVÁ, VERONIKA

109

Breaking the Book

14

BRENGUIER, JEAN-LOUIS

90

Brief History of Spirituality, A

9

BROCK, WILLIAM

94

Brontë Encyclopedia, A

11

BROOKES, SARA

52

BROWN, LESLIE

37

BROWN, MARK A.

87

BROWN, PETER

37

BROWNE, KEN

19

CERQUEIRA, AUGUSTO SANTIAGO

91 108 79 121

CETRULO JR., CURTIS L.

75

CETRULO, CURTIS L.

75

CETRULO, KYLE

75

CHAMPNESS, WENDY

76

CHAN, ALBERT S. CHANDE, VINAY

99 126

CHAPMAN, VICKY

59

CHARLES, CATHY

59

Chemical Sensors and Biosensors Chemical Technology

INDE INDEX EX

INDEX

112 83

141 14 1


INDEX INDEX

Chemistry and Physics of Intermetallic Materials, The

Companion to Ovid, A 102 96

Companion to Quantum Computation and Communication

Chemistry of Molecular Imaging, The

98

Companion to Renaissance and Baroque Art, A

CHEVRET, SYLVIE

58

CHIBA, LEE I.

67

Chemistry of Metal Phenolates, The

Children and Lying CHILINGAR, GEORGE V.

46 85, 86

CHIN, DAVID A. CHOU, L. LEE CHOW, SHEIN-CHUNG

103 130

CHOWDHARY, BHANU

66

CHOWDHURY, MAHBUB M. U.

51

CICCARELLI, PATRICK

29

CIOB (CHARTERED INSTITUTE OF BUILDING)

137

CIRILO, GIUSEPPE

107

Citizen Witnessing

19

CIXOUS, HÉLÈNE

3

CLARK, DAVE

53

CLARKE, RAY

49

CLARY, JOHN J. CLAVERIE, A. Climate Change Climate Change and Global Warming of Inland Waters Climate Forcing of Geological Hazards Clinical Endocrinology of Companion Animals Clinical Handbook of Biofeedback, The COAKLEY JR., JAMES A. Coffee: Growing, Processing, Sustainable Production Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Dental Phobia and Anxiety

95 114 70 69 70 62 43 108 102

44

COHEN, JACOB

31

COLLEN, BEN

68

COLOMBINI, MARIA PERLA

89

COMBER, BARBARA

43

COMER, RONALD

47

Communication Practices in Engineering, Manufacturing, and Research for Food, Drug, and Water Communities and Networks Companion to African American Literature, A

138

23 13 38

Companion to Archaic Greece, A

38

Companion to Digital Literary Studies, A Companion to Foucault, A Companion to Greek and Roman Political Thought, A

Companion to the Global Renaissance, A

12

Companion to the Modern American Novel 1900–1950, A Companion to the Philosophy of Time, A

7 12 7 38

17

7

Digital Media and Society

17

56

Direct Eigen Control for Induction Machines and Synchronous Motors

120

DAHL, EINAR

67

DALE, JEREMY W.

78

DANIEL, MARGARET A.

61

Dispossession: The Performative in the Political

DANIELS, GEOFF

55

Distillation Control

Dark Side of Modernity, The

22

DARLISON, MARK G.

77

Distillation Process Design Using Column Profile Maps

DAUNERT, SYLVIA

80

DAVIES, MARTIN

20

DAVIES, NEAL M. DAVILA, JERRY

12

120

93 37

DAWSON, LAILA M.

15

DAY, MICHAEL J.

64

DE COOMAN, GERT DE JONG, PETER

DIVER, DECLAN

3 81 80 108

DIXNEUF, PIERRE

91

DIXON, LOUISE

46

DMITRIEV, NIKOLAY DNA Sequence Analysis DOBLE, ANDREW

85 100 56

129

Dog Breeding, Whelping and Puppy Care

62

73

DÖMLING, ALEXANDER

94 20

Companion to Woodrow Wilson, A

36

DE KLERK, ARNO

96

DONSKIS, LEONIDAS

Companion to Woody Allen, A

16

DE LA VEGA, SARA L.

15

DE MENIL, GEORGES

32

Double Oblivion of the Ourang-Outang

70

DOUROUMIS, DIONYSIOS

94

DOUZINAS, COSTAS

24

Down-deep Delight of Democracy, The

35

Downstream Industrial Biotechnology

85

57

Dried Fruits

74

DECENZO, DAVID A.

28

Drug Delivery Strategies for Poorly Water-Soluble Drugs

94

Decision Making in Natural Resource Management

67

DUBÉ, MAYA BRAEM

63

75

DUKE, MIKEL

80

DUMBADZE, ALEXANDER

40

Computational and Statistical Methods for Protein Quantification by Mass Spectrometry

DE ROS, LUIZ F. 89

DE RUITER, ANTON H.

Computational Intelligence

135

Computer Modeling for Injection Molding

DE SENA GIBERTONI, CAROLINA

107

Death and Dying in World Religions

Con brio Concise Companion to Contemporary British and Irish Drama, A

15

DECASTECKER, SHARON 13

Condensed-Phase Molecular Spectroscopy and Photophysics

88

DEHMER, MATTHIAS

CONROY, MICHAEL J.

67

DEIGH, JOHN

Contact Angle, Wettability and Adhesion

Contemporary Metaethics

CONTI, MARCO COOK, ROY T. COOKE, ROGER Coordination Chemistry in Protein Cages COPEMAN, JUNE Cornes and Lupton’s Design Liability in the Construction Industry

Corporate Financial Reporting and Analysis

Companion to Ancient History, A

Companion to Buddhist Philosophy, A

36

CORNILS, BOY

131

40 38

Contemporary Strategy Analysis 45

111

Companion to the Era of Andrew Jackson, A

Companion to the Historical Film, A

CYGANEK, BOGUSLAW DADZIE, OPHELIA E.

Companion to the Archaeology of the Roman Republic, A

Contemporary Art

Cognitive Therapy for Addiction

Commercial Management

142 14 2

90

39

COSMAN, PAMELA

DELGROSSI, LUCA 104 40 5 26 126 4 127 97 62

139 90 31 126

COSTANZA, ROBERT

68

Course of Theoretical Physics, A

111

Delivering Sustainable Buildings DENNIS, ALAN

135 61 8

6 125 138

47

DYKE, HEATHER

51

Dynamic Modeling and Predictive Control in Solid Oxide Fuel Cells

15

Desalination

90

Design and Analysis of Clinical Trials

130

Design and Development of Aircraft Systems

32

Design Manager’s Handbook

137

Design of Enzyme Inhibitors

84

Ecosystem Services in Agricultural and Urban Landscapes

68

Education and Immigration

23

Destruction of Hazardous Chemicals in the Laboratory DHATT, GOURI

92 128

Diabetes and Kidney Disease

55

Diabetes and Wellbeing

45

CRAIG, LEAM A.

46

Creative Industries in China

17

Dictionary of Computer Vision and Image Processing

121

CREMERS, DAVID A.

88

Cultural Change and Leadership in Organizations

49

32

37

EDUM-FOTWE, FRANCIS

138

Effective Interpersonal and Team Communication Skills for Engineers

113

Efficiency and Productivity Growth

30

EFFINGHAM, NIKK EGAN, R. DANIELLE EICHHORN, S. HOLGER EIDHAMMER, INGVAR

Dictionary of Cultural and Critical Theory, A

12

Electromagnetism

Dictionary of DNA and Genome Technology

77

Electron Flow in Organic Chemistry

Dictionary of Maintenance and Reliability Terms

81

44

Dictionary of Zoo Biology and Animal Management

66

ELIASOPH, NINA

86

Embedded Systems

68

114

Economics

Dictatorship in South America

CULLEN, ROSS

7

136

68

43

Ear, Nose and Throat at a Glance

68 108

Economic Policy 73

77

111

DURANT, SARAH M.

Dermatology at a Glance

46

CULJAT, MARTIN

121

DENNIS, T. A.

DICKENSON, JOHN

CREMIN, TERESA

134

DUQUE, CARLOS AUGUSTO

DVORAK, RUDOLF

DIAMOND, NICOLA

COWEN, RICHARD

DUPEUX, M.

29

DERRICK, DONALD

3

Companion to Latin American Literature and Culture, A

13

Culture as Embodiment

44

DIETRICH, DAVID

Companion to Luis Buñuel, A

16

CURLING, JOHN

93

Digital Color Imaging

124

6 22 106 89 115 96

Electronic Health Records

123

Elementary Particle Physics

109

EMMANUEL, ANTON

23 120 54


EMMANUEL, STEVEN M. EMMERT-STREIB, FRANK Encyclopedia of Drug Metabolism and Interactions

7 75

FICKELSCHERER, R. J. Field Measurement in Solid Mechanics FIELD, LESLIE D.

95

Financial Accounting

82

GEARTY, CONOR 134 88 30, 31

Encyclopedia of Global Human Migration, The

36

Financial Management in Construction Contracting

139

Encyclopedia of Magnetic Resonance – NMR

95

Finite Element Method

128

FINK, J.

119

Energy Autonomous Micro and Nano Systems ENGLAND, GARY Environmental Impacts of Engineering Decisions Enzyme Technologies for Drug Discovery and Development

106 62 140

84

Epilepsy in Children and Adolescents

53

Equine Genomics

66

Equitable Resource Allocation

129

ERICKSON, MARTIN J.

37

Erosion of Geomaterials

135

Erotics of Looking, The

41

ERSKINE, ANDREW ESPINOSA, HORACIO D. Essential Cardiac Electrophysiology

38 134 54

Essential Guide to Reading Biomedical Papers

78

Essential Microbiology

78

Essential Microbiology for Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Science

77 49

Essentials of Pharmaceutical Preformulation

77

Ethics and Technology

28

Ethnic Dermatology

56

EVANS, BRAD

25

EVANS, JANE DEROSE

38

Evidence-Based Nursing Care for Stroke and Neurovascular Conditions Evidence-Based Pediatric Oncology

57

60 58

Evolutionary Algorithms for Mobile Ad hoc Networks

123

EWSUK, KEVIN

102

Extrusion Processing Technology – Food and Non-Food Biomaterials

73

FABER, WILLIAM R.

55

FAHR, ALFRED

94

FAIST, THOMAS

22

General Theory of Coherent Lower Previsions Geochemistry GEORGIADIS, APOSTOLOS

51

101 25 129 69 121

German Europe

21

GETZEN, THOMAS E.

32

GHIANI, GIANPAOLO

29

GICK, BRYAN

15

129

GIDDENS, ANTHONY

19

FISCHER, DENA J.

61

Gift in Antiquity, The

39

FISHER, NICHOLAS

11

GILBERTTOUZOT

First Course in Probability and Markov Chains, A

128

Guidelines for non-SIS Independent Protection Layers

79

GUNN-MOORE, DANIELLE

62

GUO, YU GUPTA, MALI RAM

105

GWYNNE, ANTHONY

137

HABERMAS, JÜRGEN HACKLEY, VINCENT

82

HALL, CAROL

67

HALL, KATHY

43

HALPERN, STEPHEN H.

57

GILLIGAN, CAROL

41

FITZGERALD, JERRY

29

GILLIGAN, JAMES

25

FLANAGAN, MADELEINE

60

GINOSAR, YEHUDA

57

Flavonoid Pharmacokinetics

93

GIORDANO, SILVIA

126

FLETCHER, CHARLES

70

GIRGUS, SAM B.

16

FLETCHER, GARTH

41

GIRLING, SIMON J.

63

GIUFFRE, KATHERINE

23

GLASSER, DAVID

80

Glial Physiology and Pathophysiology

Handbook of Compliant Mechanisms

78

Global Challenges in Integrated Coastal Zone Management

Handbook of Laboratory Animal Management and Welfare

62

67

Global Governance

25

Handbook of Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy

88

Handbook of Loss Prevention Engineering

82

Handbook of Measurement in Science and Engineering

113

FLICKINGER, MICHAEL C. Fluid Mechanics Fluorescent Analogues of Biomolecular Building Blocks

84, 85 136

100

FOLKERS, GERD

94

Forensic Science

74

FORSHAW, MARK

47

FORSYTH, MICHAEL

137 56

FOUKAL, PETER V.

109

FRACKOWIAK, ELZBIETA

103

FRANKLIN, JANET

68

FREEMAN, FIONA

77

FRIDMAN, ALEXANDER

111

FRIEDMAN, GARY

111

FRITH, KATHLEEN Frontiers of Electronic Materials FU, HONGBING Functional Nanostructured Materials and Membranes for Water Treatment Fundamental Elements of Applied Superconductivity in Electrical Engineering Fundamentals of Applied Pathophysiology Fundamentals of Modern Manufacturing Fundamentals of Modern Measurements

52 118 104

80

118 59

17

Global Networks

125

GODWIN, WILLIAM

139

GÖEN, THOMAS

92

GOLDMAN, CHARLES R.

69

GONG, XIONG

104

GOSS, NEIL

93

GOUDIE, SIMON

87

GOULD, ELIZABETH GOURE, JEAN PIERRE

47 127

Government and Not-for-Profit Accounting

31

GOYETTE, KIMBERLY

23

GRACE, PIERCE A.

49

GRANOF, MICHAEL H.

31

GRANT, ROBERT M.

26

GRANT, ROBERT M.

26

Graphene

97

Grease Lubrication in Rolling Bearings

132

136

GREDIAC, M.

134

119

Green Chemistry for a Sustainable Future

FUNG, JOHN

56

FURNHAM, ADRIAN

47

Future of the Philosophy of Religion, The

Global Media Ethics

8

Green Networking

HAMDI, M.

124

HAMMADI, S.

122

HANBY, MICHAEL Handbook of 3D Integration Handbook of Communication and Corporate Reputation, The

124

14

Handbook of Paper and Board

86

Handbook of Paper and Paperboard Packaging Technology

74

Handbook of Plant Metabolomics, The

72

Handbook of Polymer Crystallization

107

Handbook of Polymer Synthesis, Characterization, and Processing

107

Handbook of Power Systems Engineering with Power Electronics Applications

117

Handbook of Practicing Anthropology, A Handbook of RNA Biochemistry

Happy-People-Pills For All HARRIS III, FRANK

3 138 40

HARRIS, ROBIN K.

95

99

GREENSON, JOEL K.

54

HARRISON, KAREN

GAERTNER, SAMUEL L.

47

GRIGORENKO, Y. N.

86

HARTMANN, ROLAND K.

FAULL, CHRISTINA

57

GAISFORD, SIMON

77

GRIM, BRIAN J.

130

77

HARRIS, JONATHAN

G-Quadruplexes

FEDOROV, VALERII V.

101

96

29

71

33

Greener Fischer-Tropsch Processes for Fuels and Feedstocks

34

FEDOROFF, NINA V.

132

57

FAULKNER, CHRISTINA

34

18

Handbook of Palliative Care

HANLON, GEOFFREY 83

8 115

Handbook of Middle English Studies, A

Fashioning Globalisation

FEATHERSTONE, DAVID

5 102

HAIGHT, JOEL M.

7

22

94

GUTFLEISCH, OLIVER

FALZON, CHRISTOPHER

FAUSER, MARGIT

135

121

FISHER, ROBERT

FORSYTHE, JOHN

Essential Reproduction

Evidence-Based Emergency Care

FINLAY, ANDREW Y.

GATHERGOOD, NICK

GROOVER, MIKELL P.

9 136

42 101

HARTWIG, ANDREA

92

HARVEY, ADAM

83

Galatians Through the Centuries

10

GROSJEAN, FRANÇOIS

14

HARVEY, ANDREA

64

GANNON, THERESA A.

46

GROTH, DAVID

29

HASE, YOSHIHIDE

117

29

GU, LIAN-QUAN

99

HASTINGS, KENNETH

94

HAWKINS IV, J. BARNEY

10

HAY, RODERICK J.

55

GARDNER, CYNTHIA GARINO, JONATHAN P.

103

Guide to Building Control Guide to Early Printed Books and Manuscripts, A

FERNANDEZ-MALOIGNE, CHRISTINE

124

GARRETT, PATRICK H.

119

FERRERO, A.

119

GARROU, PHILIP

115

137 13

INDEX

INDEX

143 14 3


INDEX INDEX

Health Economics and Financing HEBER, JÖRG

118

Hydrophilic Interaction Chromatography Identity and Discrimination

HEMMETER, JOE

37

IEMMA, FRANCESCA

HENDERSON, ANDREW

69

Impact Cratering

HENKIN, TINA M.

76

Implosion

HENS, HUGO S. L. C.

140

Imported Skin Diseases

HENS, HUGO S. L. C.

140

HERRMANN, AXEL

103

Improving Water and Nutrient Use Efficiency in Food Production Systems

HERRMANN, WOLFGANG A. Heterocyclic Chemistry in Drug Discovery Heterogeneous Cellular Networks Heterogeneous Electrode Processes and Localized Corrosion

90

INIEWSKI, KRZYSZTOF 95 127

99

HICKMAN, MATTHEW

52

HIGGINS, CHRIS

59

HIGGS, ERIC S.

67

High Temperature Experiments in Chemistry and Materials Science

97

HILDEBRANDT, DIANE

80

History of a cGMP Medical Event Investigation, A

87

History of Life

68

History of Mathematics, The

127

History of Old Age

35

Hitchcock’s America

15

HOBBS, RICHARD J.

67

HODGES, NORMAN

77

HOFMANN, STEFAN G.

44

HOGG, STUART

78

HOLBOURN, ANN

69

HOLDSWORTH, NADINE

13

HOLIK, HERBERT

86

HOLLOWAY, MICHAEL Hollywood Stardom

79 16

HOLMES, RUSSELL J.

110

Homogeneous Catalysis

91

HOPKINS, DAVID HORN, GUTHER HORVATH, ISTVAN T.

14 125 83

Inkjet Technology for Digital Fabrication Innovations in Manufacturing

87 7 107 70 113 55

102

Lamentations Through the Centuries

10 99 32

LANGTON, PHILIP D.

78

LARNER, WENDY

34

KAMINSKI, MARCIN 82 105

KAO, GRACE KAPUR, KAILASH C.

133 23 116

132

KATTI, KATTESH V.

98

Inorganic Materials Science

102

KATUGAMPOLA, RUWANI P.

51

KAYVANTASH, KAMBIZ

Instantaneous Power Theory and Applications to Power Conditioning

117

Instrumentation and Metrology in Oceanography

122

Integrated Design by Optimization of Electrical Energy Systems

112

LALENA, JOHN N.

LANE, PHILIP

Innovative Software Development in GIS

Integrated Biomaterials for Biomedical Technology

LALAUZE, RENE

72

112

KEANE, MICHAEL

117

103 17

Laser Metrology in Fluid Mechanics

133

Laser Velocimetry in Fluid Mechanics

133

LAUWERS, GREGORY Y.

54

LAYCOCK, JOHN

76

KELLEY, ANNE MEYERS

88

KELLY, JOHN

56

Lecture Notes: Epidemiology, Evidence-Based Medicine and Public Health

KENNEDY, ROSS A.

36

LEE, HUA

KETZER, J. MARCELO

70

LEE, KANG

KHADER, JAMIL KHAN, MIKE

3 75

52 111 46

LEFRANÇOIS, EMMANUEL

128

LEHMHUS, DIRK

103

LESLIE, JOHN

4

Integrated Pharmaceutics

94

KHAN, REHMAN M.

Integrative Endocrinology

76

KHAZAN, INNA Z.

43

Lessons from Fort Apache

33

KHUMAWALA, SALEHA B.

31

LEWIS SR., RICHARD J.

92

International Construction Contracts – A Handbook International Encyclopedia of Ethics International Handbook of Research on Children’s Literacy, Learning and Culture Introduction to Abstract Algebra Introduction to Logistics Systems Management Introduction to Molecular Anthropology, An

139 6

43 128 29 69

Introduction to Network Thermodynamics and Relational Systems Theory

79

Introduction to Networking Basics

29

IRONS, MIRA B.

49

Irritable Bowel Syndrome

54

99

Italian Renaissance Art

40

HUBLEY, JOHN

62

JACKSON, HILARY

65

HUDSON, SUZANNE

40

JACKSON, JENNIFER

34

JANICK, JULES

71

136

HÜLSEWEH, BIRGIT

92

JANSSEN, JACQUES

Human Blood Groups

55

JAPPELLI, TULLIO

Human Factors in the Health Care Setting

58

JARRETT, GENE ANDREW JARZYNSKI, CHRISTOPHER

Kidney Disease Management

130

113

LEWIS, RACHEL

60

LHOTKA, CHRISTOPH

108

60

LI, JIE JACK

95

KIESO, DONALD E.

30, 31

LI, PANJIAN

103

KIMMEL, PAUL D.

30, 31

LI, PING

14

Liberal Terror

25

KIRK-OTHMER

102 85

Liberty and Security

25

LIEBERMAN, NORMAN P.

82

74

Likelihood that a Released Flammable Mass will Ignite

91

81

LINDH, ROLAND

98

Linking Diagenesis to Sequence Stratigraphy (Special Publication 45 of the IAS)

70

LIPTON, DIANA

10

Kirk-Othmer Chemical Technology of Cosmetics

85

KIRWAN, MARK J. KISS, ANTON ALEXANDRU KLAGES, RAINER

114

HUEBSCH, WADE W.

KI, WING-HUNG

KING, R. BRUCE

133

28

40

5, 6

131

Introduction to Tribology

Human Resource Management

126

18

LAFOLLETTE, HUGH

KAHL, GUENTER

104

49

JOOST-GAUGIER, CHRISTIANE L.

23

KAGAN, EUGENE

129

Human Genetics and Genomics

Joint Source-Channel Coding

41

LACEY, KATE

72

Introduction to Topology and Geometry

HUANG, ZHI-SHU

Joining the Resistance

9

120

127

101

JOHNSON, TODD M.

126

LÄMMERHOFER, MICHAEL

HU, ROSE QINGYANG

HUANG, HUAJIANG

Labor, Economy, and Society

10

6

76

KWASINSKI, ANDRES

34

110

Introduction to Ontology, An

HUANG, GEORGE T.J.

45

JOHNSON, NUALA C.

JUST, WOLFRAM

132

HUANG, B.

JOHNS, LOUISE C.

JOYCE, PAUL M.

HOWELL, LARRY L.

HU, WENPING

144 14 4

32

110

KLANDERMANS, BERT

20

KLUGMAN, STUART A.

130

KNOX, PETER E.

39

KOBAYASHI, HISATOSHI

112

KOC, MUAMMER

105

KOHN, BARBARA

64

Listening Publics

18

KOKHANOVSKY, ALEXANDER

90

Literary Theory Handbook, The

11

KONG, E. S. W. KONOPKA, ANDRZEJ K.

Liquid Crystals in Materials Chemistry

106

LIU, JEN-PEI

100

LLOYD, MAGGIE

106

130 62

49

LOCKHART, PETER

61

KOROM, FRANK J.

33

LONG, NICHOLAS

98

KOROTENKO, KONSTANTIN A.

Loss Models

130

86

LOWE, DAVID J.

138

KRAEHMER, HANSJOERG

72

LOWE, GORDON D.O.

32

KRAGL, UDO

83

LTE Security

13

KRIEF, FRANCINE

128

110

KORF, BRUCE R.

124

LU, MAX

KRISHER, REBECCA L.

66

LUGT, PIET M.

57 125 80, 99, 103 132

JESS, ANDREAS

83

KUBINYI, HUGO

94

LUNN, GEORGE

JIANG, J.

71

KUCERA, JANE

90

LUO, ALBERT C. J.

135

JIANG, SAN PING

99

KUHN, ROBERT LAWRENCE

LUPTON, SARAH

139

Humanitarian Business, The

24

JIN, Y. Q.

HUTCHINGS, IAN M.

82

John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester

119 11

4

92

KUMAGAI, MICHIO

69

LUSS, HANAN

129

KUSNECOV, ALEXANDER W.

43

LUTZ, STEFAN

100

KUTZ, MYER

113


Lyocell and the Human Skin – A Biopolymer with Amazing Properties

MCKAY, DAVID

24

74

MCKENNA, LAURENCE

60

LYUBIMOV, ALEXANDER

95

MCLOUGHLIN, JOHN

56

MAAREL, EDDY VAN DER

68

Measures for Children with Developmental Disability framed by the ICF-CY

53

33

Mechanics of Fluid Flow

85

69

Mechanics of Solid Interfaces

MACAIRE, LUDOVIC MACCLANCY, JEREMY MACLEOD, NORM

124

MAEV, ROMAN GR.

118

MAGLEBY, SPENCER P.

132

Magnetic Cooling – From Fundamentals to High Efficiency Refrigeration

105

Magnetoseismology

109

Media in Transitional Democracies, The

134 18

Medical Statistics at a Glance Text and Workbook Bundle

51

Medical Statistics at a Glance Workbook

51

96

MEERAN, KARIM

76

MAITLIS, PETER M.

96

Membrane Processing

73

MAJNEMER, ANNETTE

53

Membrane Technology and Applications

MALINA, MIKE MALMQVIST, PER ÅKE MALONE, EDWARD A. Management Accounting

92 138 98 131 31

Management Information Systems

28

Managerial Economics

32

9, 10

MARLET, RENAUD

132

Materials for High-Temperature Fuel Cells Mathematical Theories for Computer and Network Security Engineering Mathematics for the Liberal Arts MATTA, N.

99

115

MATTHAY, KATHERINE

58

MATTHEWS, JOHN T.

12

MAURINE, P. MCADAM, DOUG MCCAFFER, RONALD

116 20 138

MCCARTHY, J. R.

84

MCCORMACK, BRENDAN

59

MCDONALD, PAUL

16

MCFERRAN, DON

60

MCGREGOR, AMY

53

MCGUIRE, BILL

70

45

Novel Ecosystems

67

NOVELLI, MARCO R.

54

NOWER, LIA

42

77

NWAOHA, CHIKEZIE

72

O’DWYER, LOUISE

64

43

O’LEARY, TIMOTHY

7

O’SHAUGHNESSY, JAMES C.

MOLL, LUIS C.

MORE, MAX

4

MORITA, A.

88

MORLEDGE, ROY

138

OBADIA, LIONEL Object Detection and Recognition in Digital Images

MORRISON, CAROLE

97

OKIISHI, THEODORE H.

Morson and Dawson’s Gastrointestinal Pathology

MICCOLI, PAOLO

55

Microwave and Millimeter Wave Circuits and Systems

112 121

MIDDLETON, SHELDON

65

Midwife’s Labour and Birth Handbook, The

59

MIKULECKY, DONALD

79

MILLER, GORDON J.

110 5 102

MILLER, LILA

66

MILLER, STEVEN

53

MILLER, FRANK

29

MILLS, CHRIS LLOYD

77

MILLS, DANIEL S.

63

Minerva’s Night Out

MINUTO, MICHELE N. MIS Cases MITTAL, K. L. MITTAL, VIKAS MITTEMEIJER, E. J. MITZEL, NORBERT Mobile Ad Hoc Networking Model Building in Mathematical Programming Modeling and Prediction of Polymer Nanocomposite Properties Modeling Biochemical Reactions

41 4 35 55 29

MOTT, ANGIE

61

MOTZFELDT, KETIL

97

MUCCHI, L.

ONISCU, GABRIEL

56

ONYEWUENYI, OLIVER A.

79

66

Operations Management

27

Multiculturalism

21

Operations Management

27

MUNIR, NAZIA

49 136

Optical Engineering of Diamond

110

15

Optics in Instruments

127

MUNSON, BRUCE R. MURILLO, MARIA C. LUCAS Mystery of Existence, The NAAFS, BERNARD NADDEO, V. NAGASHIMA, YORIKIYO NAIR, MURALITHARAN

4 55 89 109 59

NAITO, MAKIO

102

Nano and Cell Mechanics

134

Nanomaterials in Catalysis Nanomaterials in Drug Delivery, Imaging, and Tissue Engineering

Negotiating Cultural Encounters NESS, IMMANUEL

91

112 45 35 114 36 33

NEWMAN, SALLY

50

NICHOLSON, ALEX

NIEMEYER, BERND

Optimal Automated Process Fault Analysis

82

Oral Medicine and Medically Complex Patients

61

Organic Mass Spectrometry in Art and Archaeology with Solvent Microextraction

61 57 128 92

89

Organic Optoelectronics

104

Organic Structures from Spectra

88

OSINSKI, GORDON R.

70

ÖST, LARS-GÖRAN

45

Osteoporosis OTZEN, DANIEL ERIK

NEVINS, M. ELEANOR

NICHOLSON, W. KEITH 100

87 132

98

NICHOLLS, LINDSEY 106

OLSEN, BRIAN M.

45

Multiconfigurational Quantum Chemistry

106

127

OLSEN, BERNARD A.

136

Oocyte Physiology and Development in Domestic Animals

Natural Disasters in a Global Environment

97

OLIVER, JOSEPH E.

90

104

126

125

120

MUHLER, MARTIN

NASH, JEN J.

86

56

9

89

87

MOTIWALA, HANIF

140

86

76

54

115 79, 81

Odour Impact Assessment Handbook

MEYERS, ROBERT A.

MINOIS, GEORGES 37

88

NOORDENBOS, GRETA

MEYER, VERONIKA R.

MILNE, DEREK 124

110

Nonlinear Spectroscopy of Interfaces

Oil Spill Risk Management

MILLER, ALEXANDER

137

110

Nonequilibrium Statistical Physics of Small Systems

45

MILDREN, RICH

70

94

Nonequilibrium Statistical Physics

MORRIS, ERIC M. J.

82

Materials and Skills for Historic Building Conservation

33

Nonclinical Safety Assessment

91

MARTIN, GRAHAM D.

MASLIN, MARK A.

NOLAN, RIALL

Numerical Analysis in Electromagnetics

20

65

32

60

76

Moral Blindness

Micro and Nanotechnologies in Stem Cells and Tissue Engineering

8

NOBLE, HELEN

Molecular Genetics of Bacteria

70

105

47

104

34

Metal Chalcogenide Semiconductor Nanostructures and Their Applications in Renewable Energy

No God, No Science

Molecular Electronics

MORAD, SADOON

MARSELLA, ROSANNA

MARTIN, PHILIPPE

75

MOLLOY, MAUREEN

59

MARKHAM, IAN S.

67

Molecular Biology of Cancer

53

94

28

MOKSNESS, ERLEND

99

MANNHOLD, RAIMUND

Marketing Research

136

Metabolomics in Practice

MANLEY, KIM

79

MOIR, IAN

MESCHIA, JAMES

Metal-Catalyzed Reactions in Water

42

96 129

32

Molecular Plant Immunity

65

116

21

122

MERCK, MELINDA D.

86

MOFFITT, L. J.

109

27

Market Research and Strategic Planning for Global Chemical, Petrochemical, and Plastics Industries

80

NIER, JASON A. 138

MODOOD, TARIQ

MENN, M. LE

14

MARESCHAL, DENIS

Modern Methods in Stereoselective Aldol Reactions

MENK, FREDERICK W.

MANDELL, JUDY

63

Modern Machine Learning Techniques and Their Applications in Cartoon Animation Research

Molecular Pharmacology: From DNA to Drug Design

Managing Innovation

MARCELLIN-LITTLE, DENIS J.

Modern Diffraction Methods

MODICA, GIUSEPPE

MAHRWALD, RAINER

MAK-Collection for Occupational Health and Safety Part IV, The

Modern Construction Management

OU, TIAN-MIAO OUAHABI, A.

56 101 99 121

OURS, JAN VAN

32

OVERALL, NICKOLA C.

41

OZEL, TUGRUL

INDEX

INDEX

105

PACIFICI, KRISHNA

67

PACK, BRIAN W.

87

PAINTER, JOE

34

PALMIERI, CARLO

52

145


INDEX INDEX

PAN, CI-LING

126

PAN, YI

120

PANDOLFINO, JOHN E. PANJER, HARRY H. Paradoxes

130 4

PARKS, ACACIA C.

42

PARVULESU, CONSTANTIN

17

PASIOURAS, FOTIOS

30

PAVICIC, MLADEN

111

PAYNE, MICHAEL

12

PEATE, IAN

59

34

Politics in the Age of Austerity

24

Politics of Volunteering, The

23

Polymeric Sensors and Actuators

ROOS, BJORN

98

RAINER, R. KELLY

28

RÖPKE, GERD

110

RAINEY, BERNADETTE

42

ROSELLI, LUCA

121

RAJA, ALI S.

57

ROSENSTONE, ROBERT A.

Power Management Integrated Circuit Analysis and Design

53

86

Petronius

39

PETROZZI, SERGIO

87

PETTORELLI, NATHALIE

68

Powering Planet Earth – From Timber to Nuclear Energy Practical Emergency and Critical Care Veterinary Nursing

Practical Manual of Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease

54

Practical Signals Theory with MATLAB Applications Practice Development in Nursing and Healthcare

PHILLIPSON, CHRISTOPHER

22

PRINCE, BRAD

Philosophical-Political Profiles

5

Physics of Organic Semiconductors

110

64

87

Precalculus

126

98

62

84

Photonics for THz and Millimeter Waves in Ultra-Fast Wireless Communications

43

Practical Instrumental Analysis

PHILLIPS, JOSEPH

98

121

Practical Health Promotion

PRAG, JONATHAN

Phosphorus Chemistry

113

58

91

24

119

Practical Guide to Clustered Candomised Trials – Design and Analysis for Healthcare Evaluation, A

PHILIPPOT, KARINE

Philosophy and Resistance in the Crisis

Principles and Applications to Tribology Probabilistic Search for Tracking Targets Problem Solving and Data Analysis Using Minitab

ROTHMAYER, ALRIC P.

136

RAMM, PETER

115

RUDOLPH, MATTHIAS

122

3

RAND, JACQUIE

62

RYAN, FRANK

44

RANKIN, DAVID

97

SABATH, FRANK

92

RAO, C. N. R.

97

SABIN, CAROLINE

51

RATHSWOHL, EUGENE

29

SABIN, CAROLINE

51

READ, MATT

63

Reading Paradise Lost

14

Safety of Software-based Systems

123

SAGUET, PIERRE

115

Reality of Contemporary Discrimination in the United States, The

47

RECKLESS, IAN

50

SALAZAR, CARMEN

15

SALDIVAR-GUERRA, ENRIQUE

107

SALLAZ, JEFFREY J.

23

27

SANDHU, HARPINDER

68

Reinventing Professionalism

19

SANSONE, ERIC B.

92

REISENAUER, EVELINE

22

SASLOW, JAMES M.

40

SATLOW, MICHAEL

39

131 28 134 131 130

Reliability Engineering

116

Religion in the Contemporary World

21

REN, XUEFEI

21

RENGEL, ZED

72

REPATH, IAN

79

70

Protein Engineering Handbook

100

PIERGROSSI, JULIE CUNNINGHAM

61

Protein Kinase CK2

75

PINES, JESSE M.

57

Protein-Protein Interactions in Drug Discovery

94

PINKERTON, ROSS

58

PINNA, LORENZO A.

75

Psychoanalytic Thinking in Occupational Therapy

61

PINTO, ANDRES

61

93 132

14

58

Psychology

47

Pitfalls and Errors of HPLC in Pictures

87

Psychology of Retirement, The

41

Plant Breeding Reviews

71

PURCELL, MARK

35

Plant Centromere Biology

71

PURUGGANAN, MICHAEL D.

71 127

84

Plasma Formulary for Physics, Astronomy, and Technology

108

Quantitative Reasoning

131

Plasma Medicine

111

Quantum Dynamics for Classical Systems

128

QUIGLEY, EAMONN M. M.

101

SANDERS, NADA R.

PIERAZZO, ELISABETTA

119

RAMASWAMY, SHRI

27

Program Specialization

Polarimetric Scattering and SAR Information Retrieval

ROTHENBERG, MOLLY ANNE

39

30

71

101

66

Process Plant Equipment

Quality by Design Model for Biologics Drug Product Development

112

RAMARAO, BANDRAU

REID, R. DAN

83

QIAN, YI

RAMALINGAM, MURUGAN

139

REES, PAUL A.

PICKER, RUTH

Plant Transposons and Genome Dynamics in Evolution

ROSS, ANDREW

59

47

PIRRACCHIO, ROMAIN

112

SANDEMAN, KARL

Production of Plasma Proteins for Therapeutic Use

107

17

RAMAKRISHNA, SEERAM

45

Process Intensification Technologies for Green Chemistry

Psycholinguistics of Bilingualism

35

Recovery from Eating Disorders

122

Physiological Measures of Emotion From a Developmental Perspective

PIORKOWSKA, EWA

101

6

50

PERKINS, FREEDOM

51

122

Race

RAINE, JOSEPH E.

75

Petroleum Accumulation Zones on Continental Margins

ROHDE, ULRICH L.

32

Perinatal Stem Cells

PETRIE, AVIVA

110

PORTES, RICHARD

35

56

121

RABEAU, JAMES

Roman Disasters

PENNA, ANTHONY N.

PETIT, ANTOINE

ROGIER, HENDRIK

20

POWER, MICK

67

102

PORTA, DONATELLA DELLA

52

80

117

RABE, TORSTEN

88

75

PETERSON, JAMES T.

117

ROBOAM, XAVIER

98

PENCHEON, DAVID

PETERS, MARK

ROBOAM, XAVIER

38

RAGHURAMAN, KANNAN

PELENGARIS, STELLA

76

105

RADZIEMSKI, LEON J.

63

PETERS, J. E.

RAAFLAUB, KURT A.

15

POMERANCE, MURRAY

PECK, JEFFREY N.

5

QURASHI, A.

Role of Green Chemistry in Biomass Processing and Conversion, The

Power Systems Signal Processing

PERSSON, INGMAR

146 14 6

54

Political Oratory and Cartooning

54

39

RESCHE-RIGON, MATTHIEU

58

Research Methods for Business

27

SAUNDERS, MARK

105

77

SAUTER, MARTIN

126

SAVAGE, GERALD

114

SAWICKI, JANA

7

Sax’s Dangerous Properties of Industrial Materials Twelfth Edition Set CD-ROM

92

SCHÄFER, ARMIN

24

Responsive Membranes and Materials

80

SCHÄFER, THOMAS

80

Rethinking Christian Identity

10

SCHEIN, RICHARD H.

34

REYNOLDS, D. JOHN

50

SCHILBRACK, KEVIN

REYNOLDS, FELICITY

57

SCHLOM, DARRELL

8 118

RF/Microwave Circuit Design for Wireless Applications

122

SCHNEIDEWIND, NORMAN F.

123

RIBEIRO, MOISES VIDAL

121

SCHNELL, SANTIAGO

100

RIBEIRO, PAULO F.

121

SCHÖN, ASTRID

101

RICHARD, DAVID

42

SCHREIBMAN, SUSAN

RICHARDT, ANDRE

92

SCHROEDER, KNUT

RICHES, JOHN

10

SCHUSTER, HEINZ GEORG

RICHTER, JOEL E.

54

SCHUUR, JEREMIAH D.

57

37

Science of Intimate Relationships, The

41

SCUDDER, PAUL H.

96

Rise of Western Christendom, The

12 52 110

Risk Assessment and Oral Diagnostics in Clinical Dentistry

61

Risk Management Under UCITS IV

Security for Cognitive Wireless Networks

30

SEEGER, MATTHEW W.

RIVERS, JENNIFER S.

35

SEKARAN, UMA

ROBARTS, RICHARD D.

69

Selective Visual Attraction

ROBBINS, STEPHEN P.

28

SELLNOW, TIMOTHY L.

18

SEMIAT, RAFAEL

80

ROBERT-INACIO, FREDERIQUE

124

125 18 27 114


Separation and Purification Technologies in Biorefineries

101

Spike Lee’s America

16

TASKER, SÉVERINE

SPRINKLE, GEOFF

31

TATAMI, JUNICHI

94

TAVANI, HERMAN T.

SERP, PHILIPPE

91

STAGNER, WILLIAM CRAIG

SERPONE, NICK

98

STAHL, SAUL

SESSA, GUIDO

72

Statebuilding

26

Statistical Diagnostics for Cancer

75

SEVILLA, ALICIA

131

SEWELL, THOMAS D.

105

SEYBT, MELANIE W.

55

SHAHIDI, FEREIDOON

74

SHANKAR, A. G.

58

Shape-Memory Polymers SHELDRAKE, PHILIP

106 9

Shelter Medicine for Veterinarians and Staff

66

SHEPHERD, NEIL A.

54

SHEPHERD, P. JOHN SHEVELL, MICHAEL SIDDIQUE, N. H. SIEMENS, RAY

111 53 135 12

Signal and Image Multiresolution Analysis

121

SILVEIRA, PAULO MÉRCIO DA

121

SIMCOCK, RICHARD

Statistical Modeling in Clinical Trials Statistical Modelling of ICU Data

130

19

WALKER, KEITH

11

Thyroid Surgery

55

WALKER, MARK

TIDD, JOE

27

WALTERS, STEPHEN J.

Tinnitus

60

WANG, Y.

TITCHEN, ANGIE

59

WARD, STEPHEN J. A.

17 54

Stochastic Perturbation Method for Computational Mechanics, The

133

STOCKINGER, P.

124

STOJMENOVIC, IVAN

STONE, ROB STONEKING, MARK

STRENSKI, IVAN Stress and Pheromonatherapy in Small Animal Clinical Behaviour Stretchable Electronics

STROUD, SARAH

51

Structural Materials and Processes in Transportation

126 131 16 69

Structural Methods in Molecular Inorganic Chemistry

8

63 104 53 6 103

97

SIVASUBRAMANIAM, SHIVA

77

SKANDIER, TOBY

29

SKARET, ERIK

45

Small Animal Regional Anesthesia and Analgesia

63

Supercapacitors

103

SMITH, CECIL

81

Supervision and Safety of Complex Systems

115

SMITHERS, GEOFFREY

73

19 61

Solar Astrophysics

109

Solar Energy at Urban Scale

118

SOMERS, KAY

131

SOMEYA, TAKAO

104

SONNTAG, RICHARD E.

136

SOOD, AJAY K. Sources of Contamination in Medicinal Products and Medical Devices Spacecraft Dynamics and Control

97

93

Student’s Companion to the Theologians, The SUMEGI, ANGELA

Spatial Politics

34

SPEAKMAN, MARK

56

9 8

Surgery at a Glance

49

Sustainabiltiy

26

Sustainable Dairy Production

73

Sustainable Healthcare

52

Sustainable Swine Nutrition

67

SUTTON, PHILIP W.

19

System Engineering of Computer Networks Systemic Design Methodologies for Electrical Energy Systems SZEMAN, IMRE SZYLAR, CHRISTIAN

123

TIWARI, ASHUTOSH

112

WARREN, BRYAN F.

TIWARI, ASHUTOSH

112

WASER, RAINER

TOIT, JENNY DU TOKURA, YOSHINORI

11 29, 30

3 58 118

118

WASSERSCHEID, PETER

83

118

Water Quality Engineering

139

TOLMIE, ANDREW

42

TONER, JERRY

35

Water-Quality Engineering in Natural Systems WATERS, COLIN L.

90 109

Top Tips in Urology

56

Topics in Colloid and Interface Science

83

WECKWERTH, WOLFRAM

Toxicology of Methanol, The

95

Weed Anatomy

72

WEES, HANS VAN

38

Trace Quantitative Analysis by Mass Spectrometry with Introduction to Mass Spectrometry Transhumanist Reader , The

WATSON, HUGH J.

WEISS, THOMAS G. 89 4

28 72, 99

24, 25

WELCH, GERRY F.

32

WELCH, PATRICK J.

32

Transmission Electron Microscopy in Micronanoelectronics

114

Transnational Migration

22

WESTHOF, ERIC

61

WEYGANDT, JERRY J.

30

129

WEYGANDT, JERRY J.

31

TREISTER, NATHANIEL S. TROFFAES, MATTHIAS

WELZEL, U.

86

WENDISCH, MANFRED

90 101

82

What Works in Offender Rehabilitation

46

14

WHELESS, JAMES

53

UBELAKER, DOUGLAS H.

74

WHITCOMB, CLIFFORD

UCITS Handbook

29

WHITE, WILLIAM

69

Why Plato Wrote

39

Troubleshooting Vacuum Systems TURNER, MARION

UEMATSU, KEIZO

102

113

Ullmann’s Reaction Engineering

81

Why Some Politicians Are More Dangerous Than Others

25

Ullmann’s Renewable Resources

85

WICKRAMASINGHE, RANIL

80

Understanding Laboratory Investigations

WIDMARK, PER-OLOF

98

59

WIED, LORENZ

74

Understanding Microbes

78

Wiley-Blackwell Companion to Cultural Geography, The

34

Wiley-Blackwell Companion to Social Work, The

20

Wiley-Blackwell Companion to the Anglican Communion, The

10

Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Social and Political Movements, The

20

Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Disordered Gambling, The

42

Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Educational Neuroscience, The

42

Understanding Theories of Religion 117

102

50

Upstream Industrial Biotechnology

8 84

Urban China

21

Utopian Globalists, The

40

TADROS, THARWAT F.

83

VANHAELEN, ANGELA

41

TAGHIZADEH, ROUZBEH R.

75

VAQUERA, ELIZABETH

23

TALWAR, VICTORIA

46

VARIAN, FRANCES

51 68

TAMIME, ADNAN 135

65

WAISBORD, SILVIO

26

Soft-Tissue Lasers in Dental Hygiene

18

52

SISK, TIMOTHY

Sociology for AS AQA

VOLTMER, KATRIN

77

Stroke

19

10

136

THOMPSON, TREVOR

32

Sociology

44

VOLPE, MEDI ANN

THODE, CHRISTIAN

SINN, HANS-WERNER

86

VOESTERMANS, PAUL 18

16

24

SOBOLEV, V.S.

4 107

76

STREECK, WOLFGANG

20

63 135

STERRITT, DAVID

12

76

VIVALDO-LIMA, EDUARDO

WAESCHE, ROLF

SINGH, JYOTSNA G.

SNYDER, LARRY

108

VITA-MORE, NATASHA

26

56

SNOW, DAVID A.

10 122

Vibro-impact Dynamics

THIELE, LESLIE PAUL

STOVALL, DALE

31

55

Stem Cells, Craniofacial Development and Regeneration

79

SIVARAMAKRISHNAN, KONDURU

65

Veterinary Nursing of Exotic Pets

VPIS

SINGH, BALAJI

Situational Judgement Test at a Glance, The

Veterinary Forensics

76

67

123

6 113

THESLEFF, IRMA

57

SINHA, PRADEEP K.

98

76

STØTTRUP, JOSIANNE

77

VERYAZOV, VALERA

Stem Cells

STOTT, DAVID J.

84

Theorizing Crisis Communication

78

28

Thermodynamics

44

SINGLETON, PAUL

TERVO, RICHARD J.

54

VERKHRATSKY, ALEXEI

10

41

SINGH, SATISH K.

TERRY, JUSTYN

Theoretical Astrophysics 58

SIMPSON, JEFFRY A.

111

TEMPLE, L. TERRIS, DAVID J.

SIMOS, GREGORIS

SINGH, RAHUL

TAYLOR, PAUL C.

VELA, MARCELO F.

STEFFENSEN, LESLIE NUÑEZ

STONE, JOHN V.

52

129

64 102

73

Vegetation Ecology

TAO, DACHENG

116

TAO, N.

104

Vehicle Safety Communications

125

INDEX

INDEX

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WILSON, BRONWEN

43

WILSON, IAN

42

Wind Effects on Cable-Supported Bridges WINDERS, JAMIE

43 81, 85 100 54 127 50 139

WINTGENS, JEAN NICOLAS

106 7 130 41 15

137 34 102

World’s Religions in Figures, The

9

Wound Healing and Skin Integrity

60

WRATTEN, STEPHEN

68

WRIGHT, DAVID

131

WUTTIG, MATTHIAS

118

XIE, HAIBO

101

XU, Y. L.

137

YAN, YUSHAN

99

WOLF, GUNTER

55

YANEZ, JAIME A.

93

WOLFENSOHN, SARAH

62

YANG, HSIU-CHIUNG

84

Women and Poverty

46

YANG, PING

WONG, CHI-HUEY

90

YEATES, JAMES

64

WONG, WING-TAK

98

YEH, WU-KUANG

84

WOODALL, JAMES

62

YOUNG, DAVID

31

108

Your Undergraduate Psychology Project

47

YU, HAN

114

YU, JUN

116

ZABICKY, JACOB

96

ZASLOFF, MICHAEL

93

ZAWISTOWSKI, STEPHEN ZHAN, XIAOWEI

66 104

ZHANG, H.

114

ZHANG, TAO

125

ZHAO, DONGYUAN

80

ZHOU, HUAMIN

107

ZHUKOVA, L. I.

86

Žižek Now! ZULCH, HELEN

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