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2010

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The Wiley-Blackwell Preview


CONTENTS Humanities and Social Science   1

Philosophy

2

Religion & Theology       

8

Literature           

10

Linguistics           

13

Cultural & Media Studies              13

Communication Studies

15

Sociology                            

15

Anthropology

18

Archaeology

18

Human Geography         

19

Business

21

Hospitality

24

Finance

24

Economics

26

Politics   

28

History     

31

Classics    

33

Psychology  

34

Education    

39

Science, Technology & Medicine  41   

Medicine 

42

     Nursing                               

49

   

Health Science 

50

Dentistry                

51

Veterinary     

52

  

Life Science   

54

Plant Science

60

Agriculture

61

  

Aquaculture 

62

   

Food Science

63

  

Chemistry            

66

        Materials Science   

81

  

Physics

86

    

Electrical & Electronic Engineering  

89

    Communications       Technology   

102

  

111

Mathematics & Statistics   

     Earth & Environmental Science 118       Engineering       

123

     Construction     

130

      

Index  Order Form   

137 centre pages

Key to Symbols Textbook                    Website                    Includes CD or DVD Please note that the prices and publication dates quoted in this catalogue are provisional and are subject to alteration without notice.


HUMANITIES & SOCIAL SCIENCE

Humanities and Social Science

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Mind Games

PHILOSOPHY

31 Days to Rediscover Your Brain

MARTIN COHEN The Philosopher

✤✤ By turns fun, eye-opening and intriguing approach to thinking about thinking, containing a one month course of inventive and engaging thought experiments for the general reader ✤✤ Includes specially drawn illustrations by the French avant-garde artist, Judit ✤✤ Reunites the social science disciplines of psychology, sociology and political theory with the traditional concerns of philosophy READERSHIP: General reader with an interest in philosophy, psychology or sociology

OCT 2010 152PP 978-1-4443-3709-9 PR £9.99

€12.90

How to Stop Living and Start Worrying

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Conversations with Carl Cederström

SIMON CRITCHLEY & CARL CEDERSTRÖM New School, USA and Lund University, Sweden

✤✤ Exciting and provocative new book of conversations by the best-selling philosophy author of The Book of Dead Philosophers ✤✤ Provides an intimate portrait of his thought focussed on four main themes: death, love, humour and authenticity ✤✤ Includes a revealing biographical conversation with Critchley, where he explains the personal and intellectual background that motivates his work ✤✤ The final conversation is with critically-acclaimed novelist, Tom McCarthy in which they explain their activity with the notorious and semi-fictional organization, The International Necronautical Society ✤✤ A fascinating insight into the work and life of one of the world’s best known philosophers which should attract a wide general readership READERSHIP: General readers, students and scholars in philosophy and related disciplines

OCT 2010 224PP 978-0-7456-5039-5 PR £12.99 €15.90

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978-0-7456-5038-8 CL £40.00 €49.90

Climbing – Philosophy for Everyone Because It’s There

Edited by STEPHEN E. SCHMID University of Wisconsin, USA

Series Editor: FRITZ ALLHOFF Western Michigan University, USA

✤✤ Represents the first collection of essays to exclusively address the many philosophical aspects of climbing ✤✤ Includes essays that challenge commonly accepted views of climbing and climbing ethics ✤✤ Written accessibly, this book will appeal to everyone from novice climbers to seasoned mountaineers ✤✤ Part of the new Philosophy for Everyone Series READERSHIP: High-altitude mountaineers, rock climbers, and outdoor enthusiasts with a love of vertical terrain, undergraduate students for introductory courses in Philosophy of Sport SERIES: Philosophy for Everyone

SEP 2010 224PP 978-1-4443-3486-9 PR £11.99 €14.90

Hunting - Philosophy for Everyone In Search of the Wild Life

Edited by NATHAN KOWALSKY St. Joseph’s College, University of Alberta, Canada

Series Editor: FRITZ ALLHOFF Western Michigan University, USA

✤✤ The only recent book to explicitly examine the philosophical issues surrounding hunting ✤✤ Shatters many of the stereotypes about hunting, forcing us to rethink the topic ✤✤ Features contributions from a wide range of academic and non-academic sources, including both hunters and non-hunters ✤✤ Part of the new Philosophy for Everyone Series

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READERSHIP: General readers, especially hunters, “foodies”, and vegetarians, academics and philosophers interested in the subject of hunting SERIES: Philosophy for Everyone

SEP 2010 224PP 978-1-4443-3569-9 PR £11.99 €14.90


Introducing Philosophy Through Pop Culture

PHILOSOPHY

From Socrates to South Park, Hume to House

Edited by WILLIAM IRWIN & DAVID KYLE JOHNSON Both of King’s College, USA

✤✤ Uses popular culture to illustrate important philosophical concepts and the work of the major philosophers ✤✤ Draws on examples from film, television, and music including South Park, The Matrix, X-Men, Batman, Harry Potter, Metallica and Lost ✤✤ Features key essays from across the Blackwell Philosophy and Pop Culture Series, as well as helpful editorial material and a glossary of philosophical terms ✤✤ A unique, thorough introduction that makes philosophy as engaging as popular culture itself READERSHIP: Undergraduates in Introduction to Philosophy courses

OCT 2010 392PP 978-1-4443-3453-1 PR £17.99 €22.90

The God Debates

A 21st Century Guide for Atheists and Believers (and Everyone in Between)

JOHN R. SHOOK Center For Inquiry, New York, USA

✤✤ Clearly explains key arguments for and against God’s existence to equip readers at all levels to engage in informed debate ✤✤ Brings theological debates up to the present with current ideas from modernism, postmodernism, fideism, evidentialism, presuppositionalism, and mysticism ✤✤ Updates criticism of theology by dealing with the latest terms of the God debates instead of outdated caricatures of religion ✤✤ Concludes with an overview of religious and nonreligious worldviews and predictions about the future of faith and reason READERSHIP: Undergraduate students for courses in philosophy of religion, religious studies, and theology (especially, Christian theology), scholars, general readers

SEP 2010 264PP 978-1-4443-3642-9 PR £16.99 €20.90

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978-1-4443-3641-2 CL £50.00 €61.90

Jacques Rancière

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OLIVER DAVIS University of Warwick, UK

✤✤ Rancière is one of the most interesting and original philosophers in France today, well-known for his work on aesthetics, politics and the philosophy of literature ✤✤ While he has been writing since the 1960s, he has become particularly influential in the English-speaking world since around 2000, when translations of his most important books began to appear ✤✤ This new book in our Key Contemporary Thinkers Series is a clear and accessible introduction to the work of Rancière, written for students ✤✤ This book will be of particular interest to students of philosophy, aesthetics, and social, cultural and literary theory READERSHIP: Students of philosophy and aesthetics SERIES: Key Contemporary Thinkers

SEP 2010 248PP 978-0-7456-4655-8 PR £15.99 €19.90

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978-0-7456-4654-1 CL £50.00 €61.90

The Sacrament of Language

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GIORGIO AGAMBEN Università IUAV di Venezia, Italy

✤✤ The Italian philosopher Giorgio Agamben is one of the mostly widely read and influential philosophers and cultural theorists of the last decade ✤✤ This is a study of the ‘oath’ as a bond that ties together the law, citizens and the legislator ✤✤ Agamben traces this oath back to its Greek and Roman origins and treats it as a decisive event of anthropogenesis - in the becoming human of humankind ✤✤ This will appeal to a wide range of students and scholars in philosophy, cultural studies and the humanities generally

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READERSHIP: Students of philosophy and literature

NOV 2010 128PP 978-0-7456-4972-6 PR £11.99 €17.90

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978-0-7456-4971-9 CL £35.00 €54.90

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Continental Philosophy

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PHILOSOPHY

An Introduction 2nd Edition

DAVID WEST Australian National University, Australia

✤✤ Fully revised and expanded second edition of our best selling Introduction to Continental Philosophy by David West ✤✤ New edition includes an additional, full-length chapter on continental philosophy in the twenty-first century focusing on Giorgio Agamben, Alain Badiou and Slavoj Žižek ✤✤ Clear, concise and readable, this wide-ranging and reliable guide is the ideal starting point for students new to the field READERSHIP: Undergraduate students taking courses in continental philosophy and political theory, students and academics in disciplines such as politics, sociology, anthropology, psychology, theology, literature and cultural studies

NOV 2010 376PP 978-0-7456-4582-7 PR £16.99 €19.90

REPLACES ISBN 978-0-7456-1184-6 (CL) & 978-0-7456-1185-3 (PR)

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978-0-7456-4581-0 CL £55.00 €67.90

Free Will

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JOSEPH KEIM CAMPBELL Washington State University, USA

✤✤ The first book in the new Key Concepts in Philosophy series which looks at Free Will ✤✤ Written by a leading figure in the field who is well-known for his perspective on the debates ✤✤ Lively and engagingly written, the book uses lots of examples from contemporary culture to introduce the problems, arguments and theories surrounding free will ✤✤ Includes a chapter on contemporary theories of free will which will bring the book completely up-to-date ✤✤ Likely to become the authoritative introduction to this core topic READERSHIP: Undergraduate students of philosophy taking courses on metaphysics, free will and some introduction to philosophy courses SERIES: Key Concepts in Philosophy

NOV 2010 200PP 978-0-7456-4667-1 PR £14.99 €17.90

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978-0-7456-4666-4 CL £50.00 €62.90

An Introduction to Evolutionary Ethics SCOTT JAMES University of North Carolina, USA

✤✤ The first general introduction to evolutionary ethics ✤✤ Provides a comprehensive survey of work in three distinct areas of research: cognitive psychology, normative ethics, and metaethics ✤✤ Presents the most up-to-date research available in both psychology and philosophy ✤✤ Written in an engaging and accessible style for undergraduates and the interested general reader ✤✤ Discusses the evolution of morality, broadening its relevance to those studying psychology READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate students studying ethics, evolution and morality and cognitive psychology

NOV 2010 240PP 978-1-4051-9396-2 PR £19.99 €24.90

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978-1-4051-9397-9 CL £60.00 €73.90

Moral Psychology

Historical and Contemporary Readings

Edited by THOMAS NADELHOFFER, EDDY NAHMIAS & SHAUN NICHOLS Dickinson College, USA; Georgia State University, USA; The University of Arizona, USA

✤✤ Provides a comprehensive introduction to moral psychology -- the study of psychological mechanisms and processes underlying ethics and morality ✤✤ Unique in bringing together contemporary texts by philosophers and cognitive science with foundational works from both philosophy and psychology ✤✤ Approaches moral psychology from an empirically informed perspective ✤✤ Explores a wide range of topics from passion and altruism to virtue and responsibility ✤✤ Editorial introductions to each section explain the background of and connections between the selections

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READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate students taking courses in moral psychology, ethics, and philosophy of mind

OCT 2010 400PP 978-1-4051-9019-0 PR £21.99 €27.90

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978-1-4051-9020-6 CL £60.00 €72.90


An Introduction to the History and Philosophy of Science 2nd Edition

RICHARD DEWITT Fairfield University, USA

✤✤ Represents an innovative introduction to the history and philosophy of science, designed especially for those coming to the subject for the first time ✤✤ Updated new edition of this definitive text, features the addition of three new chapters focusing on scientific laws, evolutionary theory, and implications of evolution ✤✤ Covers the key historical developments and philosophical themes that have impacted our scientific view of the world around us

PHILOSOPHY

Worldviews

✤✤ Analyzes the transitions from the Aristotelian worldview to the Newtonian worldview to a new and currently developing worldview READERSHIP: All undergraduate students studying the history and philosophy of science

OCT 2010 352PP 978-1-4051-9563-8 PR £19.99 €24.90

REPLACES ISBN 978-1-4051-1620-6

J.S.Mill

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Moral, Social and Political Thought

DALE MILLER Old Dominion University

✤✤ Ideal introduction to the work of one of Western Philosophy’s most influential thinkers ✤✤ Cogent and careful account of the main arguments in Mill’s ethical and social-political philosophy ✤✤ Considers the critical responses to his work and assesses its legacy for contemporary philosophy ✤✤ Argues for a “utopian” reading of Mill’s utilitarianism ✤✤ Written in a lively and accessible style READERSHIP: Undergraduate and postgraduate students of philosophy, political theory, social theory and political science, scholars interested in the work of J.S. Mill SERIES: Classic Thinkers

SEP 2010 256PP 978-0-7456-2584-3 PR £15.99 €19.90

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978-0-7456-2583-6 CL £55.00 €67.90

Rawls

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An Introduction

SEBASTIANO MAFFETTONE LUISS University, Rome, Italy

✤✤ The author is a leading expert on the work of John Rawls ✤✤ This is a coherent and accessible guide to the theory of Rawls, examining his major works ✤✤ As such, this will appeal to students and scholars of international relations and international politics ✤✤ The author is a prominent speaker on the US college circuit and is organizing a world Rawls conference in Rome in January 2010 READERSHIP: Students of philosophy and politics

oct 2010 400PP 978-0-7456-4651-0 PR £17.99 €22.90

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978-0-7456-4650-3 CL £55.00 €67.90

A Companion to Hume

new in paperback

Edited by ELIZABETH S. RADCLIFFE Santa Clara University, USA

✤✤ New in paperback edition, examines the paradoxes of Hume’s thought and his legacy, covering the methods, themes, and consequences of his contributions to philosophy ✤✤ Comprised of twenty-nine essays by leading scholars in the field ✤✤ Organized by subject, with introductions to each section to orient the reader ✤✤ Explores topics such as knowledge, passion, morality, religion, economics, and politics READERSHIP: Graduate students and scholars of modern philosophy SERIES: Blackwell Companions to Philosophy

OCT 2010 592PP 978-1-4443-3786-0 PR £24.99 €30.90

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A Companion to Descartes

new in paperback

PHILOSOPHY

Edited by JANET BROUGHTON & JOHN CARRIERO University of California, Berkeley, USA; University of California, Los Angeles, USA

✤✤ A comprehensive guide to the life and work of René Descartes, the founder of modern philosophy – now in paperback ✤✤ Contains more than 30 specially commissioned essays by many of the most prominent Descartes scholars working today ✤✤ Covers the full range of historical and philosophical perspectives on his work ✤✤ Discusses his seminal contributions to our understanding of scepticism, mind-body dualism, self-knowledge, innate ideas, substance, causality, God, and the nature of animals ✤✤ Explores the philosophical significance of his contributions to mathematics and science ✤✤ Concludes with a section on the impact of Descartes’s work on subsequent philosophers READERSHIP: Graduate students and scholars of Early Modern Philosophy SERIES: Blackwell Companions to Philosophy

OCT 2010 560PP 978-1-4443-3784-6 PR £29.99 €36.90

A Companion to the Philosophy of Biology

new in paperback

Edited by SAHOTRA SARKAR & ANYA PLUTYNSKI University of Texas, Austin, USA; University of Utah, USA

✤✤ Brings together a team of eminent scholars who introduce and explore the philosophical issues raised by biology ✤✤ Addresses traditional and emerging topics, spanning molecular biology and genetics, evolution, developmental biology, immunology, ecology, mind and behaviour, neuroscience, and experimentation ✤✤ Goes beyond previous treatments that focused only on evolution to give equal attention to other areas, such as molecular and developmental biology ✤✤ An authoritative guide to philosophy of biology, and an accessible reference work for anyone seeking to learn about this rapidly-changing field, now available in paperback READERSHIP: Researchers and students interested in the philosophy of biology, and the philosophy of science SERIES: Blackwell Companions to Philosophy

OCT 2010 616PP 978-1-4443-3785-3 PR £24.99 €30.90

A Companion to the Philosophy of History and Historiography

new in paperback

Edited by AVIEZER TUCKER CEVRO Institute, Prague

✤✤ The fifty entries provide a comprehensive and authoritative exploration of key issues in the philosophies of historiography and history ✤✤ Written by an international and multi-disciplinary group of experts ✤✤ A cutting-edge updated picture of current research in the field, now available in paperback READERSHIP: Intermediate and advanced students in philosophy, history and the social sciences interested in the philosophical aspects of history and historiography SERIES: Blackwell Companions to Philosophy

OCT 2010 576PP 978-1-4443-3788-4 PR £29.99 €36.90

Enhancing Human Capacities Edited by JULIAN SAVULESCU University of Oxford, UK

✤✤ The most comprehensive volume currently available on the science and ethics of human enhancement, from world-leading ethicists, neuroscientists and social scientists from Europe and North America ✤✤ A uniquely detailed overview of current and expected scientific advances in this area ✤✤ Discusses both general conceptual and ethical issues, as well as concrete questions of policy ✤✤ Includes sections covering all major forms of enhancement: cognitive, affective, physical, and life extension READERSHIP: Undergraduates, graduates and academics of ethics, philosophy, neuroscience, political science, legal theory, and broader other social sciences, and policy makers

DEC 2010 600PP 978-1-4051-9581-2 CL £60.00 €67.90

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Edited by GARRY L. HAGBERG University of East Anglia, UK

✤✤ Provides a timely and philosophically significant contribution to modern aesthetics ✤✤ Features some of the best contemporary work in philosophical studies on literature, moral beliefs, and thinking in art ✤✤ Reflects on the significance of a moral life of engagement with works of art READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates and graduate students studying aesthetics and literary criticism, and those students in ethics interested in the intersection of art and morality. SERIES: New Directions in Aesthetics

PHILOSOPHY

Art and Ethical Criticism

OCT 2010 304PP 978-1-4443-3787-7 PR £19.99 €24.90

Philosophical Issues Volume 19: Metaethics

Edited by E. DAVID SOSA & ENRIQUE VILLANUEVA Rutgers University, USA; Instituto de Investigaciones Juridicas at UNAM, Mexico

✤✤ Incorporates a broad view of philosophy, utilizing contributions from leading philosophers ✤✤ Provides readers with the latest cutting-edge developments in this extensive subject ✤✤ A Volume in the Philosophical Issues Series READERSHIP: Advanced students and scholars of philosophy SERIES: Philosophical Issues

DEC 2010 200PP 978-1-4443-3399-2 PR £19.99 €24.90

Philosophy of the Yi Unity and Dialectics

Edited by CHUNG-YING CHENG & ON-CHO NG University of Hawaii, USA; Pennsylvania State University, USA

✤✤ Key essays published in the Journal of Chinese Philosophy brought together in a single volume ✤✤ Offers incisive interpretations and analysis of the most significant aspects of the philosophy of Yi ✤✤ Provides insights into the ways in which the natural and human worlds work in conjunction with one another READERSHIP: Advanced students and scholars of philosophy SERIES: Journal of Chinese Philosophy Supplement

OCT 2010 200PP 978-1-4443-3411-1 PR £19.95 €24.90

Ethics Edited by JOHN HAWTHORNE Rutgers University, USA

✤✤ Contains original essays in the subject from foremost ethicists ✤✤ Edited by John Hawthorne, widely accepted as one of the leading philosophers of today ✤✤ A Volume in the Annual Philosophical Perspectives Series READERSHIP: Advanced students and scholars in philosophy and ethics SERIES: Philosophical Perspectives

OCT 2010 200PP 978-1-4443-3463-0 PR £26.99 €32.90

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Christian Theology

RELIGION & THEOLOGY

An Introduction 5th Edition

ALISTER E. McGRATH King’s College, London, UK

✤✤ The fifth edition of the bestselling textbook, now completely up-to-date, expanded, and packed throughout with student features and new illustrations ✤✤ Incorporates new sections on Copernicanism and Darwinism ✤✤ Includes extended discussions of Augustine’s doctrine of creation, Trinitarian theologies of religion, and the relation of Christianity to other faiths ✤✤ Accompanied by a substantially revised website featuring useful instructor and student resources, including study questions, quizzes, MCQs, and podcast lectures READERSHIP: First-year undergraduates and above studying introductory courses in Christian theology; general readers

DEC 2010 584PP 978-1-4443-3514-9 PR £22.99 €27.90

REPLACES ISBN 978-1-4051-5360-7

The Christian Theology Reader 4th Edition

ALISTER E. McGRATH King’s College, London, UK

✤✤ Brings together 370 readings from over 230 sources, spanning 2,000 years of Christian history ✤✤ Each reading is accompanied by its own introduction, commentary and study questions, and illustrates a key doctrine, point of view, intellectual development, or theological landmark ✤✤ Includes several new readings on religion and science, expanded coverage of feminist theological voices, and extracts from radical protestant perspectives ✤✤ Additional writers featured include: Pope Benedict XVI, John Polkinghorne, Celia Deane Drummond, John Milbank, Elizabeth A. Johnson, Delores Williams, and John Yoder ✤✤ Supported by numerous new and expanded online resources, including study questions and answers READERSHIP: First-year undergraduates and above studying introductory courses in Christian theology; general readers

DEC 2010 672PP 978-0-470-65484-2 PR £22.99 €28.90

REPLACES ISBN 978-1-4051-5358-4

Christianity in Asia Edited by PETER C. PHAN Georgetown University, USA

✤✤ Explores the history, development, and current state of Christianity across the world’s largest and most populated continent ✤✤ Offers detailed coverage of the growth of Christianity within South Asia; among the thousands of islands comprising Southeast Asia; and across countries whose Christian origins were historically linked, including Vietnam, Thailand, China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan, and Korea ✤✤ Brings together a truly international team of contributors, many of whom are natives of the countries they are writing about ✤✤ Shows Christianity to be a vibrant contemporary movement in many Asian countries, despite its comparatively minority status in these regions READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate-level students of Asian Christianity and world religions SERIES: Blackwell Guides to Global Christianity

NOV 2010 304PP 978-1-4051-6090-2 PR £22.99 €28.90

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978-1-4051-6089-6 CL £55.00 €67.90

The Blackwell Companion to Catholicism Edited by JAMES J. BUCKLEY, FREDERICK CHRISTIAN BAUERSCHMIDT & TRENT POMPLUN All of Loyola College, USA

✤✤ A comprehensive and far-reaching reference volume on the history, doctrine, practices, and global circumstances of Roman Catholics – now available in paperback ✤✤ Embraces the local and the global, the past and the present, life and the afterlife, and a broad range of institutions and activities ✤✤ Considers both what is distinctive about Catholic life and thought, and how Catholicism overlaps with and transforms other ways of thinking and living ✤✤ Topics covered include: peacemaking, violence and wars; money, the vow of poverty and socio-economic life; art by and about Catholics; and men, women and sex

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READERSHIP: Students and faculty of Catholicism, the history of Christianity, contemporary theology or religion in the modern world SERIES: The Blackwell Companions to Religion

OCT 2010 544PP 978-1-4443-3732-7 PR £24.99 €30.90


Edited by ARTHUR HOLDER Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley, USA

✤✤ Provides a comprehensive single-volume introduction to Christian spirituality, now available in paperback ✤✤ Offers a thoroughly interdisciplinary, broadly ecumenical, and representative overview of the most significant recent developments in the field ✤✤ Comprises essays combining rigorous academic scholarship with accessible and elegant writing ✤✤ Reflects an understanding of the field as the study of the lived experience of Christian faith and discipleship ✤✤ Includes material on biblical, historical, and theological foundations, along with treatment of contemporary issues READERSHIP: Students and faculty of Christian spirituality, Christian theology or the history of Christianity SERIES: The Blackwell Companions to Religion

OCT 2010 584PP 978-1-4443-3765-5 PR £24.99 €30.90

The Blackwell Companion to Jesus

RELIGION & THEOLOGY

The Blackwell Companion to Christian Spirituality

Edited by DELBERT BURKETT Louisiana State University, USA

✤✤ Explores the diverse ways in which Jesus has been imagined or portrayed from the beginnings of Christianity to the present day ✤✤ Considers portrayals of Jesus in the New Testament and beyond, Jesus in non-Christian religions, philosophical and historic perspectives, modern manifestations, and representations in Christian art, novels, and film ✤✤ Offers uniquely comprehensive historical, religious, and cultural coverage ✤✤ Examines both Christian and non-Christian perspectives on Jesus, including those from ethnic and sexual groups, as well as from other faiths READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates, graduate students, and faculty studying the history of Christianity, Jesus studies, or religion and culture SERIES: The Blackwell Companions to Religion

OCT 2010 552PP 978-1-4051-9362-7 CL £110.00 €139.00

The Orthodox Church

An Introduction to its History, Doctrine, and Spiritual Culture

JOHN ANTHONY McGUCKIN Union Theological Seminary, USA

✤✤ Now in paperback, this important work offers the most comprehensive and up-to-date account of the Orthodox Church available, exploring its historical development and culture ✤✤ Written by one of the leading Orthodox historians and theologians in the English-speaking world ✤✤ Offers an in-depth engagement with the issues surrounding Orthodoxy’s relationship to the modern world, including political, cultural and ethical debates ✤✤ Considers the belief tradition, spirituality, liturgical diversity, and Biblical heritage of the Eastern Churches; their endurance of oppressions and totalitarianisms; and their contemporary need to rediscover their voice and confidence in a new world-order READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate and graduate students of the Orthodox Church, patristic history, history of Christianity, or Christian doctrine; Church historians and clergy

OCT 2010 480PP 978-1-4443-3731-0 PR £24.99 €29.90

Social Ethics in the Making Interpreting an American Tradition

GARY DORRIEN Union Theological Seminary, USA

✤✤ Charts the story of social ethics – the idea that Christianity has a social-ethical mission to transform society – from its roots in the nineteenth-century through to the present day ✤✤ Discusses and analyzes how different traditions of social ethics evolved in the realms of the academy, church, and general public ✤✤ Looks at the wide variety of individuals who have been prominent exponents of social ethics, from academics and self-styled ‘public intellectuals’, through to pastors and activists ✤✤ The definitive reference guide to the history and development of social ethics, now available in paperback READERSHIP: Students and scholars of social ethics, Christian ethics, and the history of Christianity

OCT 2010 752PP 978-1-4443-3730-3 PR £24.99 €29.90

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The Encyclopedia of Eastern Orthodox Christianity

RELIGION & THEOLOGY / LITERATURE

Edited by JOHN ANTHONY McGUCKIN Union Theological Seminary, USA

✤✤ An outstanding two-volume reference work providing the first extensive English language account of the key historical, liturgical, and doctrinal features of Eastern Orthodoxy, including the Non-Chalcedonian churches ✤✤ Explores the major traditions of Eastern Orthodoxy in detail, including the Armenian, Byzantine, Coptic, Ethiopic, Slavic, Romanian, and Syriac churches ✤✤ Uniquely comprehensive, it is written by a team of leading international scholars in the field ✤✤ Spans the period from Late Antiquity to the present, encompassing subjects including history, theology, architecture, and martyrology ✤✤ Structured alphabetically and is topically cross-indexed, with entries ranging from 100 to 6,000 words READERSHIP: Advanced-level undergraduates, graduates, and faculty studying Eastern Orthodoxy and Early Christianity; seminaries, clergy, and church libraries

DEC 2010 1,600PP 978-1-4051-8539-4 CL INTRODUCTORY PRICE £199.00 €245.00 valid until 31st MAR 2011, price thereafter £235.00 €292.00

In Adam’s Fall

A Meditation on the Christian Doctrine of Original Sin

IAN A. McFARLAND Emory University, USA

✤✤ Offers refreshingly new insights into the contemporary relevance of the Christian doctrine of original sin – one that has inspired fierce debate for over 1500 years ✤✤ Challenges the many prevailing opinions about original sin, arguing that it is not only theological defensible, but stimulating and productive for a life of faith ✤✤ Balances historic and contemporary criticism with original theological arguments, offering a depth and range of engagement that is lacking in other recent treatments of the topic ✤✤ Combines a traditional Augustinian doctrine of sin with contemporary pastoral and social concerns READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate students, postgraduates, and faculty in Christian doctrine, contemporary or dogmatic theology, and those studying sin and evil SERIES: Challenges in Contemporary Theology

OCT 2010 256PP 978-1-4051-8365-9 CL £70.00 €87.90

Dust that Breathes

Christian Faith and the New Humanisms

WILLIAM SCHWEIKER University of Chicago, USA

✤✤ An insightful look at the practical challenges and possibilities for contemporary Christian life, investigating Christianity’s relevance in the global age ✤✤ Explores the big religious themes of modern life, including religious identity in global times, the role of conscience, integrity, and versions of religious humanism ✤✤ Written by an author who is internationally recognized as one of the world’s leading theologians ✤✤ Draws on the work of some prominent contemporary philosophers and theologians to clarify the nature of religious belief ✤✤ Takes a non-judgmental approach in exploring the ambiguities of religion and contentious theological issues READERSHIP: Students and faculty of theology, religious ethics, philosophy of religion, and related fields

OCT 2010 256PP 978-1-4443-3535-4 CL £65.00 €81.90

The Politics of Literature

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JACQUES RANCIÈRE University of Paris (St Denis), France

✤✤ Jacques Rancière is one of the leading philosophers in France today, well-known for his work on aesthetics, politics and the philosophy of literature ✤✤ This book is a thoughtful and stimulating account of the relationship between literature and politics, in the style of great thinkers like Sartre ✤✤ Rancière argues that the politics of literature is not about the politics of particular writers, but is about a more general relation between politics as a form of collective practice and literature as a historically determined regime of the art of writing

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✤✤ This book will appeal to students and academics in philosophy, literary theory, political philosophy and social theory. Rancière has a large following in the English-speaking world who will be eager to read this new book READERSHIP: Literary theory and literature students

DEC 2010 248PP 978-0-7456-4531-5 PR £17.99 €22.90

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General Editor: MICHAEL RYAN Temple University, USA

Volume Editors: GREGORY CASTLE, ROBERT EAGLESTONE & M. KEITH BOOKER Arizona State University, USA; Royal Holloway, University of London, UK; University of Arkansas, USA

✤✤ The first comprehensive multi-volume reference work of literary and cultural theory, containing over 300 entries of 1000-5000 words ✤✤ Arranged in three volumes covering Literary Theory from 1900 to 1966, Literary Theory from 1966 to the present, and Cultural Theory ✤✤ Provides explanations of complex terms, important theoretical concepts, and tools for critical analysis

LITERATURE

The Encyclopedia of Literary and Cultural Theory

✤✤ Includes summaries of the work and ideas of key figures READERSHIP: Undergraduates, postgraduates and faculty studying, researching and teaching literature, cultural studies, and related disciplines SERIES: Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Literature

DEC 2010 1824PP 978-1-4051-8312-3 CL Introductory price £299.00 €369.00 valid until 30th March 2011, price thereafter £350.00 €429.00

The Encyclopedia of Twentieth-Century Fiction General Editor: BRIAN W. SHAFFER Rhodes College, USA

Volume Editors: PATRICK O’DONNELL, DAVID W. MADDEN, JUSTUS NIELAND & JOHN CLEMENT BALL Michigan State University, USA; California State University, Sacramento, USA; Michigan State University, USA; University of New Brunswick, Canada

✤✤ Contains over 500 entries of 1000-3000 words written in lucid, jargon-free prose by an international team of leading scholars ✤✤ Arranged in 3 volumes covering British and Irish Fiction, American Fiction, and World Fiction ✤✤ Entries cover major writers and their key works; genres and sub-genres of fiction; and the major movements, debates, and rubrics within the field READERSHIP: Undergraduates, postgraduates and faculty studying, researching and teaching twentieth-century literature in English SERIES: Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Literature

DEC 2010 1536PP 978-1-4051-9244-6 CL Introductory price £299.00 €369.00 valid until 30th March 2011, price thereafter £350.00 €429.00

The Encyclopedia of the Novel Edited by PETER MELVILLE LOGAN Temple University, USA

Associate Editors: OLAKUNLE GEORGE, SUSAN HEGEMAN & EFRAÍN KRISTAL Brown University, USA; University of Florida, USA; University of California, Los Angeles, USA

✤✤ Features over 150 articles written by leading scholars in the field, overseen by an Advisory Board of 37 specialists ✤✤ Arranged in A-Z format across 2 fully indexed and meticulously cross-referenced volumes ✤✤ Entries explore the history and tradition of the novel in different areas of the world; formal elements of the novel; technical aspects of the genre and subgenres; theoretical problems; and topics in book history and the novel’s relationship to other arts and disciplines READERSHIP: Undergraduates, postgraduates and faculty studying, researching and teaching novel and novel theory SERIES: Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Literature

DEC 2010 1216PP 978-1-4051-6184-8 CL Introductory price £199.00 €245.00 valid until 30th March 2011, price thereafter £235.00 €289.00

The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Eighteenth-Century Writers and Writing 1660-1789

PAUL BAINES, JULIAN FERRARO & PAT ROGERS Liverpool University, UK; Liverpool University, UK; University of South Florida, USA

✤✤ Provides comprehensive and engaging coverage of the lives and works of almost 500 notable writers based in the British Isles from the return of the British monarchy in 1660 until the French Revolution of 1789 ✤✤ Takes advantage of the newly expanded eighteenth-century canon to include significantly more women writers and labouring-class writers than have traditionally been studied ✤✤ Draws on the latest scholarship to more accurately reflect the literary achievements of the long eighteenth century READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate and graduate students taking courses in British literature of the long eighteenth century, faculty teaching and researching in this area

DEC 2010 608PP 978-1-4051-5669-1 CL £110.00 €139.00

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A Companion to Romantic Poetry

LITERATURE

Edited by CHARLES MAHONEY University of Connecticut, USA

✤✤ Through a series of 34 essays by leading and emerging scholars, this companion reveals the rich diversity of Romantic poetry and shows why it continues to hold such a vital and indispensable place in the history of English literature ✤✤ Emphasizes poetic form and technique rather than a biographical approach ✤✤ Introduces contemporary contexts and perspectives, as well as the issues and debates that continue to drive scholarship in the field ✤✤ Presents the most comprehensive and compelling collection of essays on British Romantic poetry currently available READERSHIP: Undergraduates, postgraduates and faculty studying, teaching or researching romanticism and, specifically, romantic poetry SERIES: Blackwell Companions to Literature and Culture

NOV 2010 528PP 978-1-4051-3554-2 CL £110.00 €139.00

A Companion to Irish Literature Edited by JULIA M. WRIGHT Dalhousie University, Canada

✤✤ A comprehensive survey of the full breadth of Ireland’s literary tradition from the Middle Ages to the present day, introducing readers to the wide range of current approaches to the field ✤✤ Includes nearly 60 essays arranged in 2 volumes covering Irish literature from the medieval period to 1900, and its development through the twentieth century to the present day ✤✤ Contains a substantial number of women writers from the Modernist period to the present day ✤✤ Features essays on leading contemporary authors, including Brian Friel, Seamus Heaney, Eavan Boland, Roddy Doyle and Emma Donoghue READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate and graduate level students of Irish literature, in both English and in Irish, and researchers and scholars teaching and researching the field SERIES: Blackwell Companions to Literature and Culture

NOV 2010 952PP 978-1-4051-8809-8 CL Introductory price £199.00 €240.00 valid until 1st March 2011, price thereafter £235.00 €292.00

A Concise Companion to Milton Edited by Angelica Duran Purdue University, USA

✤✤ A concise, accessible guide to understanding and appreciating the works of John Milton ✤✤ Presents new and authoritative essays by internationally respected Milton scholars ✤✤ Explains how and why Milton’s works established their central place in the English literary canon ✤✤ Also includes a select bibliography and a chronology detailing Milton’s life and works alongside relevant world events READERSHIP: Students and teachers of Milton or seventeenth-century British literature series: BLACKWELL CONCISE COMPANIONS TO LITERATURE AND CULTURE

DEC 2010

978-0-470-65653-2 CL £23.99 €29.90

Toni Morrison

Writing the Moral Imagination

VALERIE SMITH Princeton University, USA

✤✤ A compelling study offering provocative new insights and a refreshingly original contribution to the scholarship of one of the most important contemporary American writers ✤✤ Explores the connections between Morrison’s aesthetic practice and her political vision ✤✤ Analyzes the celebrated fiction of Morrison in relation to her critical writing about the process of reading and writing literature, the relationship between readers and writers, and the cultural contributions of AfricanAmerican literature ✤✤ Features extended analyses of Morrison’s lesser-known works, most recent novels, and books for children, as well as the key texts

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READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate and graduate level students for courses in feminist, African American, contemporary, and U. S. literature series: BLACKWELL INTRODUCTIONS TO LITERATURE

DEC 2010 208PP 978-1-4051-6033-9 CL £50.00 €61.90


2nd Edition

MARK ARONOFF & KIRSTEN FUDEMAN Stony Brook University (SUNY), USA; University of Pittsburgh, USA

✤✤ Introduces the fundamental aspects of morphology to students with minimal background in linguistics ✤✤ Second edition includes additional material on morphological productivity and the mental lexicon, and experimental and computational methods ✤✤ Features new and revised exercises, suggestions for further reading at the end of each chapter, and an online instructor’s manual ✤✤ Equips students with the skills to analyze a wide breadth of classic morphological issues through engaging examples READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate students, researchers, and scholars studying morphology within linguistics SERIES: Fundamentals of Linguistics

NOV 2010 312PP 978-1-4051-9467-9 PR £19.99 €24.90

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Language as a Complex Adaptive System Edited by NICK C. ELLIS & DIANE LARSEN-FREEMAN Both of University of Michigan, USA

✤✤ Explores a new approach to studying language as a complex adaptive system, illustrating its commonalities across many areas of language research ✤✤ Brings together a team of leading researchers in linguistics, psychology, and complex systems to discuss the groundbreaking significance of this perspective for their work ✤✤ Illustrates its application across a variety of subfields, including languages usage, language evolution, language structure, and first and second language acquisition READERSHIP: Advanced-level students, faculty, and researchers in linguistics, psychology, and cognitive science Series: Best of Language Learning

OCT 2010 200PP 978-1-4443-3400-5 PR £19.99 €24.90

LINGUISTICS / CULTURAL & MEDIA STUDIES

What is Morphology?

Troika

A Communicative Approach to Russian Language, Life, and Culture 2nd Edition

MARITA NUMMIKOSKI ✤✤ Troika is a communicative introductory Russian text that emphasizes language proficiency in all four skills of speaking, reading, listening, and writing ✤✤ Troika serves as an introduction to Russian life and culture, from history and traditions to geography, facts and famous people ✤✤ The textbook is student oriented, and the topics introduce material that students can easily relate to. The leading idea of Troika is that, from the very beginning, students need to be able to talk about something real, instead of simply memorizing dialogues READERSHIP: Undergraduate students

DEC 2010 640PP 978-0-470-64634-2 PR £43.50 €52.90 978-0-470-64635-9 AUDIO £26.50 €34.90

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REPLACES ISBN 978-0-471-30944-4 (PR) & 9780471138051 (AUDIO)

Virilio Now

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Current Perspectives in Virilio Studies

Edited by JOHN ARMITAGE Northumbria University, UK

✤✤ Cutting-edge introduction to and an extension of the work of Paul Virilio and its current directions ✤✤ Contains contributions by the world’s leading Virilio scholars, as well as a newly-translated text by Virilio ✤✤ John Armitage provides a clear introduction bringing together the interdisciplinary strands and explaining Virilio’s key concepts and import ✤✤ Will become the pre-eminent single-volume text on Virilio’s work and world available today READERSHIP: Students and scholars of cultural theory, cultural studies and related disciplines

DEC 2010 232PP 978-0-7456-4878-1 PR £16.99 €19.90

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Žižek and the Media

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CULTURAL & MEDIA STUDIES

PAUL A. TAYLOR University of Leeds, UK

✤✤ One of the first volumes in Polity’s new Theory and Media series ✤✤ Provides a concise introduction to the cult theorist Žižek specifically for students of media and cultural studies ✤✤ Examines Žižek’s key concepts and themes and their particular implications for the study of the media ✤✤ Uses copious examples from media and pop culture to show how Žižek mixes high theory with low culture more engagingly than any other thinker alive today ✤✤ Also considers the limitations of Žižek’s work in relation to the media and shows how students can develop this in their own research and writing READERSHIP: Undergraduate students of media theory, film, psychoanalytic theory, cultural studies SERIES: Theory and Media

dec 2010 192PP 978-0-7456-4368-7 PR £12.99 €15.90

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Kittler and the Media

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GEOFFREY WINTHROP-YOUNG University of British Columbia, Canada

✤✤ Provides a comprehensive introduction to influential - and controversial - German media theorist Friedrich Kittler ✤✤ Offers students of media an introduction to Kittler’s theories, their contexts, and their importance for the study of media ✤✤ Written in a highly accessible form by one of the leading Kittler scholars READERSHIP: Upper level undergraduate and graduate students of media theory, communication theory, cultural theory, plus scholars in these areas SERIES: THEORY AND MEDIA

DEC 2010 200PP 978-0-7456-4406-6 PR £12.99 €15.90

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Media and Environment

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Conflict, Politics and the News

LIBBY LESTER University of Tasmania

✤✤ Major new introduction to the relationship between the media and environment, with a focus on the role played by news ✤✤ Covers key topics including: local, national and global issues, journalistic sources, public relations and protest, and the circulation of environmental meanings in the public sphere ✤✤ Draws on a range of international examples, designed to illustrate the role of media in environmental decision-making across boundaries and time ✤✤ Clearly written (by a former journalist) and fully up-to-date, the book will become the key introduction to this hot topic READERSHIP: Upper level undergraduate students and masters students taking courses on media/communication/journalism and the environment

NOV 2010 232PP 978-0-7456-4402-8 PR £15.99 €19.90

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Alternative and Activist New Media

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LEAH LIEVROUW UCLA, California, USA

✤✤ An overview of the ways in which different groups use new media to resist or confront dominant media culture ✤✤ Takes in some of the trendiest areas of digital media studies, such as participatory culture and interactivity, and open source design ✤✤ Takes a bigger picture view and shows the historical roots of these trends in alternative media, social movements and activist art ✤✤ Written by an international authority in new media studies ✤✤ Will be supported by the digital media series website and blog

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NOV 2010 200PP 978-0-7456-4184-3 PR £14.99 €17.90

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Edited by ROBERT S. FORTNER & MARK FACKLER International Center for Media Studies; Calvin College, USA

✤✤ A groundbreaking handbook in 2 volumes providing a comprehensive picture of the ethical dimensions of communication in a global setting ✤✤ Brings together scholars from around the world to examine ethical issues raised by globalization, the practice of journalism, popular culture, and media activities from both a theoretical and practical approach ✤✤ Illustrated with international case studies on reporting, censorship, responsibility, terrorism, and disenfranchisement, among others ✤✤ Includes contributions by several Islamic scholars who discuss various facets of that religion’s engagement with the public sphere READERSHIP: Upper level undergraduates, graduates, scholars and professionals in global communication and media ethics SERIES: HANDBOOKS IN COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA

DEC 2010 1200PP 978-1-4051-8812-8 CL Introductory price £199.00 €240.00 valid until 31st March 2011, price thereafter £235.00 €292.00

The Handbook of Global Media and Communication Policy Edited by ROBIN MANSELL & MARC RABOY London School of Economics and Political Science, UK; McGill University, Canada

✤✤ The most comprehensive collection of essays available in the field, written by a truly international team of leading scholars ✤✤ Offers new conceptual frameworks and methodologies for mapping the contours of emergent global media and communication policy ✤✤ Assesses the importance of policy making, and it’s political, economic, social and cultural consequences ✤✤ Draws on theory and empirical research to offer multiple perspectives on the local, national, regional and global forums in which policy debate occurs READERSHIP: Upper level undergraduates, graduates, scholars and professionals in media and communication studies SERIES: Global Handbooks in Media and Communication Research

DEC 2010 608PP 978-1-4051-9871-4 CL £110.00 €139.00

communication studies / SOCIOLOGY

The Handbook of Global Communication Ethics

The Handbook of Political Economy of Communications Edited by JANET WASKO, GRAHAM MURDOCK & HELENA SOUSA University of Oregon, USA; Loughborough University, UK; University of Minho, Portugal

✤✤ A comprehensive, up-to-date and accessible overview of key areas and debates in this rapidly growing subfield of communication ✤✤ Combines authoritative overviews of core ideas with new case study materials and the best of contemporary theorization and research ✤✤ Explores different approaches across various political and cultural regions, offering both a historical and conceptual map of the field ✤✤ Brings together a truly international line-up of contributors, including leading scholars in North and Latin America, Europe, Australasia, and the Far East READERSHIP: Upper level undergraduate and graduate students, and scholars in communication studies SERIES: Global Handbooks in Media and Communication Research

DEC 2010 600PP 978-1-4051-8880-7 CL £110.00 €139.00

Social Work in a Globalizing World

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LENA DOMINELLI Durham University, UK

✤✤ Written by a leading social work academic whose work is internationally renowned ✤✤ Confronts contemporary challenges facing social workers in relation to globalization and the rise of international global problems ✤✤ Identifies the fresh arenas and opportunities for innovation and social worker involvement offered by globalization ✤✤ Advocates increased international co-operation in order to maximize social work’s salutary potential in today’s world READERSHIP: Upper-level undergraduate and postgraduate students of social work, qualified social workers

NOV 2010 224PP 978-0-7456-4089-1 PR £16.99 €19.90 /

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Consumer Culture

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SOCIOLOGY

2nd Edition

CELIA LURY Goldsmiths College, University of London, UK

✤✤ Second edition of a popular and lively introduction to the nature and role of consumption in modern societies ✤✤ Includes new chapters on branding and the rise of ethical consumption ✤✤ Reveals the central role consumer culture plays in providing new ways of creating social and political identities ✤✤ Clearly written, well illustrated contribution to a topic of growing importance in media and cultural studies, and the sociology of culture READERSHIP: Upper-division students across the social sciences studying consumer culture

DEC 2010 282PP 978-0-7456-4330-4 PR £16.99 €20.90

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Understanding the Life Course

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Sociological and Psychological Perspectives

LORRAINE GREEN University of Manchester, UK

✤✤ Provides a uniquely comprehensive guide to understanding the entire life course from an interdisciplinary perspective ✤✤ Written in an accessible and engaging style, backing up theories with everyday real-life examples ✤✤ Explores the varied ways of viewing and interpreting the life course, drawing on sociology, psychology, and lay perspectives ✤✤ The book’s comprehensive coverage of the life course counters the limitations of working with a certain group or age category in isolation READERSHIP: Students taking vocational courses with a psychosocial aspect, especially social work, and students of the social sciences requiring a straightforward but comprehensive introduction to the life course

OCT 2010 272PP 978-0-7456-4016-7 PR £17.99 €22.90

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Gender and Sexuality

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Sociological Approaches

MOMIN RAHMAN & STEVI JACKSON Trent University, Canada; University of York, UK

✤✤ Provides an insight into our rapidly changing attitudes towards sex and our understanding of masculine and feminine identities ✤✤ Relates gender and sexuality to wider social concerns throughout the world. presenting a comprehensive yet readable summary of recent research and theory ✤✤ Coverage of wide-ranging topics, from international sex-tourism to celebrity culture, from gender in the work-place to new sexual lifestyles ✤✤ Takes a unique approach in explicitly linking the sociological studies of gender and sexuality, and how the two disciplines correlate and differ READERSHIP: Second-year undergraduates and above taking courses on gender and sexuality, gender studies, and cultural studies

NOV 2010 224PP 978-0-7456-3377-0 PR £15.99 €19.90

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Introduction to Systems Theory

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NIKLAS LUHMANN Formerly Professor of Sociology at University of Bielefeld

✤✤ Niklas Luhmann (1927-1998) ranks as one of the most important sociologists and social theorists of the 20th century ✤✤ In recent years, Luhmann’s systems theory has gained resonance in a wide variety of disciplines ✤✤ This book offers precise conceptual analyses and a wealth of examples to clarify the theoretical foundations of general and sociological systems theory ✤✤ Offers a wide range of concepts and theorems that pertain equally to politics and the economy, religion and science, art and education, the family and personal life

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NOV 2010 300PP 978-0-7456-4572-8 PR £18.99 €22.90

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Understanding Organizations

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SOCIOLOGY

HOWARD LUNE Hunter College, CUNY, USA

✤✤ Takes a fresh look at the sociology of organizations, blending classic and contemporary theories ✤✤ Describes the major ideas and the new work that define the topic, as well as asking how these assumptions came about and how they impact us in our daily lives ✤✤ Written in an accessible and engaging style with use of pertinent examples ✤✤ Ideal companion for courses on organizations, a core topic across the social sciences READERSHIP: Upper-level students taking courses in the sociology of organizations, and related issues

OCT 2010 224PP 978-0-7456-4428-8 PR £18.99 €22.90 /

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The Plural Actor

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BERNARD LAHIRE l’École normale supérieure, Lyon

✤✤ Lahire is a leading French sociologist who has developed an original theoretical approach that is indebted to Pierre Bourdieu but less deterministic in character ✤✤ Presents the core of his theory of the plural actor ✤✤ Lahire argues that in societies where individuals live through heterogeneous and sometimes contradictory social experiences, each person inevitably carries a plurality of roles, ways of seeing, feeling and acting ✤✤ The aim of this book is to analyse the ways in which this plurality of worlds and experiences is incorporated into the being of each individual READERSHIP: Advanced students and academics in sociology, social theory, cultural theory, and literary and cultural studies

DEC 2010 280PP 978-0-7456-4685-5 PR £18.99 €22.90

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Sociological Routes and Political Roots Edited by MICHAELA BENSON & ROLLAND MUNRO University of Bristol, UK; Keele University, UK

✤✤ Explores the relationship between political issues and the various ways in which sociological themes are examined and developed ✤✤ Discusses how sociologists should study and understand the political, and evaluates how political ideas intersect with current social identities and divisions ✤✤ Uses both empirical and theoretical cases to illuminate the many intersections which unite sociological approaches with political thought READERSHIP: Postgraduates, faculty, and researchers within sociology, political sociology, social theory, and social identity SERIES: SOCIOLOGICAL REVIEW MONOGRAPH SERIES

NOV 2010 256PP 978-1-4443-3813-3 PR £19.99 €24.90

Poverty, Welfare, and Public Policy Edited by DOUGLAS J. BESHAROV & DOUGLAS M. CALL Both of University of Maryland, USA

✤✤ This book is a compilation of seminal articles on poverty and welfare in the United States ✤✤ Articles from the Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, this is considered to be one of the leading forums for the exploration of poverty and welfare ✤✤ Presents high-quality research, performed over many years by a wide range of individuals and organizations ✤✤ Includes articles on poverty measurement, concentrated poverty, the relative merits of voluntary versus mandatory welfare-to-work policies, welfare dependency, and the impact of the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) program READERSHIP: Social policy academics, postgraduate students, and practitioners

OCT 2010 544PP 978-1-4443-3513-2 PR £29.99 €37.90

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Economic Anthropology

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ANTHROPOLOGY / ARCHAEOLOGY

History, Ethnography, Critique

KEITH HART & CHRIS HANN Goldsmiths University of London; Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology

✤✤ Keith Hart and Chris Hann are two of the leading economic anthropologists in the world today ✤✤ This is a short introduction to the history and current state of economic anthropology ✤✤ This text will appeal to students in anthropology and related subjects ✤✤ The authors show that economic anthropology is highly relevant to our understanding of the great economic questions that we face in the world today READERSHIP: Undergraduate and postgraduate students of anthropology and economic anthropology

DEC 2010 208PP 978-0-7456-4483-7 PR £15.99 €19.90

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The Global Food Crisis Edited by DAVID HIMMELGREEN & SATISH KEDIA University of South Florida, USA; University of Memphis, USA

✤✤ Experts explore the dilemma of food insecurity in developing and industrialized countries ✤✤ Practicing and applied anthropologists, sociologists and public health workers, examine the global food crisis through a variety of theoretical and analytical frameworks ✤✤ Examines the ways in which food policies and economic restructuring have contributed to increasing food inequities across the globe ✤✤ Part of the NAPA Bulletin series - dedicated to the practical problem-solving and policy applications of anthropological knowledge and methods READERSHIP: Students, researchers and practitioners in applied anthropology, sociology and public policy, public health workers and policy-makers SERIES: NAPA BULLETIN

OCT 2010 200PP 978-1-4443-3582-8 PR £12.00 €14.90

Housework

Craft Production and Domestic Economy in Ancient Mesoamerica Number 19

Edited by KENNETH G. HIRTH Penn State University, USA

✤✤ Explores the fundamental social setting of the home, as the place where families are defined ✤✤ Illustrates the ways in which cultural values are transmitted through a range of domestic activities and rituals ✤✤ Investigates the link between the range and productivity of economic activities, with the well being of household members READERSHIP: Advanced students, researchers and academics in archaeology and anthropology Series: ARCHAEOLOGICIAL PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION

DEC 2010 252PP 978-1-4443-3669-6 PR £15.00 €17.90

Social Bioarchaeology Edited by SABRINA C. AGARWAL & BONNIE A. GLENCROSS University of California, Berkeley, USA; University of Toronto, Canada

✤✤ Illustrates new methodological directions in analyzing human social and biological variation ✤✤ Offers a wide array of research on past populations around the globe ✤✤ Explains the central features of bioarchaeological research by key researchers and established experts around the world READERSHIP: Upper division college and university courses in archaeology or bioarchaeology, biological anthropology and paleopathology SERIES: BLACKWELL STUDIES IN GLOBAL ARCHAEOLOGY

NOV 2010 456PP 978-1-4443-3767-9 PR £26.99 €33.90

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TODD L. VANPOOL & ROBERT D. LEONARD University of Missouri, Columbia, USA; Human Inquiry Inc., USA

✤✤ Discusses both the theoretical frameworks and quantitative methods of archaeological analysis ✤✤ Presents statistical material in a clear and straightforward manner ideal for students and professionals in the field ✤✤ Includes illustrative problem sets and practice exercises in each chapter that reinforce the practical application of quantitative analysis READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate and graduate level courses on statistical analysis in Archaeology; professionals in the field

NOV 2010 208PP 978-1-4051-8950-7 PR £19.99 €24.90

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Rethinking Craft Specialization in Complex Societies Archaeological Analyses of the Social Meaning of Production Number 17

ZACHARY X. HRUBY & ROWAN K. FLAD University of California Riverside, USA; Harvard University, USA

✤✤ A critical review of terms and concepts used in craft production studies today ✤✤ An introduction to a much-needed rethinking of what is meant by specialized production ✤✤ Part of the Archaeological Papers of the American Anthropological Association Series READERSHIP: Advanced students, researchers and academics in archaeology and anthropology SERIES: ARCHAEOLOGICAL PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION

MAY 2009 200PP 978-1-4443-3402-9 PR £15.00 €17.90

ARCHAEOLOGY / HUMAN GEOGRAPHY

Quantitative Analysis in Archaeology

Gender, Households, and Society Unraveling the Threads of the Past and the Present Number 18

CYNTHIA ROBIN & ELIZABETH M. BRUMFIEL Both of Northwestern University

✤✤ Challenges existing models of prehistoric society that assume the existence of rigidly binary gender systems ✤✤ Demonstrates how archaeological data viewed through the lens of gender studies can lead researchers to question and reformulate models of household organization, subsistence and craft production, ritual performance, and the structure of ancient states ✤✤ Part of the Archaeological Papers of the American Anthropological Association Series READERSHIP: Advanced students, researchers and academics in archaeology and anthropology SERIES: ARCHAEOLOGICAL PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION

MAR 2010 124PP 978-1-4443-3403-6 PR £15.00 €17.90

Learning the City

Translocal Assemblages and Urban Politics

COLIN MCFARLANE Durham University, UK

✤✤ Offers a distinct approach to conceptualizing the city through the lens of urban learning ✤✤ Integrates fieldwork conducted in Mumbai’s informal settlements with debates on urban policy, political economy, and development ✤✤ Considers how knowledge and learning are conceived and created in development ✤✤ Addresses the way knowledge travels and opportunities for learning about development differ between the global North and South READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate-level students, postgraduates, and faculty in geography, urban studies, and urban development SERIES: RGS-IBG BOOK SERIES

DEC 2010 240PP 978-1-4051-9281-1 PR £24.99 €30.90

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The Creative Capital of Cities

HUMAN GEOGRAPHY

Interactive Knowledge Creation and the Urbanization Economies of Innovation

STEFAN KRÄTKE European University Viadrina in Frankfurt, Germany

✤✤ Critiques Richard Florida’s popular books about cities and the creative class ✤✤ Presents an alternative approach based on analyses of empirical research data concerning the German urban system and the case study regions, Hanover and Berlin ✤✤ Underscores that the culture industry takes a leading role in conforming with neoliberal conceptions of labour markets READERSHIP: Upper level undergraduate and graduate students for courses within geography, sociology, and urban studies, academics and researchers SERIES: SUSC

OCT 2010 224PP 978-1-4443-3622-1 PR £19.99 €24.90

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The New Blackwell Companion to the City Edited by GARY BRIDGE & SOPHIE WATSON University of Bristol, UK; The Open University, UK

✤✤ Guides readers through the major themes in urban studies, reflecting the increasingly central role that cities play in our understanding of economic, social, cultural, environmental and political issues ✤✤ Explores the recent intellectual developments addressing the materiality of cities, networks, and the environment ✤✤ Includes a multidisciplinary mix of contributions from non-Western perspectives, and draws on examples from cities around the world ✤✤ Features extensive coverage of urban studies within Asia, notably China and India, charting its increasingly important role on the world stage and in urban development READERSHIP: Students and scholars in urban studies, human geography, planning and public policy, sociology, and environmental studies, architects, planners and urban designers SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO GEOGRAPHY

DEC 2010 640PP 978-1-4051-8981-1 CL £110.00 €139.00

Companion to Social Geography Edited by VINCENT DEL CASINO, JR., MARY THOMAS, PAUL CLOKE & RUTH PANELLI California State University, USA; Ohio State University, USA; University of Exeter, UK; University College London, UK

✤✤ A comprehensive overview of the field, exploring the so-called “traditional” social geographic concerns, such as gender, race, sexuality, or crime and violence, whilst re-thinking how we should “do” social geography today ✤✤ Brings together an international team of contributors with teaching or research experience in the UK, Continental Europe, Asia-Pacific, the USA, and Canada ✤✤ Questions how social geography has been constrained by larger debates in geography and social theory, and how we might challenge these in order to break new ground in the doing, teaching, and effect of social geographic research and writing ✤✤ Structured around four main conceptual sections covering: approaches and tensions in society and space; thinking and doing social geographies; matters and meanings; and politics and power READERSHIP: Upper-level undergraduates, postgraduates, and faculty studying social or cultural geography SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO GEOGRAPHY

DEC 2010 576PP 978-1-4051-8977-4 CL £110.00 €115.00

Locating Neoliberalism in East Asia Neoliberalizing Spaces in Developmental States

Edited by BAE-GYOON PARK, RICHARD CHILD HILL & ASATO SAITO Seoul National University, Korea; Michigan State University, USA; Hosei University, Japan

✤✤ Examines the influence of neo-liberal ideologies on urban and regional policies and practices in several AsiaPacific nations ✤✤ Draws on examples from countries including Hong Kong, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand ✤✤ Brings together a team of contributors from Asia ✤✤ Offers illuminating insights on the global effects of neo-liberalism, whilst shaping our understanding of contemporary political-economic transformations in Asia

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READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate and graduate level students of urban studies and urban development within geography, sociology, politics, or economics SERIES: STUDIES IN URBAN AND SOCIAL CHANGE BOOK SERIES

NOV 2010 272PP 978-1-4051-9279-8 PR £19.99 €24.90

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2nd Edition

WILLIAM D. BYGRAVE Centre for Entrepreneurial Studies, Babson College, USA

✤✤ Explores the trials and tribulations of entrepreneurship so readers will have the necessary tools to start their own businesses ✤✤ Presents new coverage on social enterprises and ethics due to the rise in green trends and corporate scandals

BUSINESS

Entrepreneurship

✤✤ Includes updated examples and references, as well as new case studies providing more relevant views READERSHIP: Entrepreneurs, business students and lecturers

NOV 2010 640PP 978-0-470-45037-6 PR £43.99 €55.90

REPLACES ISBN 978-0-471-75545-6

Becoming a Master Manager A Competing Values Approach 5th Edition

ROBERT E. QUINN University of Michigan, USA

✤✤ Provides a strong background in management skills and concepts needed on the job ✤✤ Builds a solid foundation of theory and empirical evidence providing a compelling case for why specific competencies are important ✤✤ Offers managers an enduring foundation for analyzing what types of behaviours are most appropriate to achieve organizational goals in light of the existing environment READERSHIP: Managers, management instructors and students

NOV 2010 400PP 978-0-470-28466-7 PR £34.99 €43.90

REPLACES ISBN 978-0-470-05077-4

Management Mistakes and Successes 10th Edition

ROBERT F. HARTLEY Cleveland State University, USA

✤✤ A casebook rich in content with easy-to read cases that demonstrate how to become a great business leader ✤✤ Examines every key aspect of management, from performance and crises to mergers and acquisitions ✤✤ Presents new case studies to illustrate management concepts ✤✤ Includes discussions on Google s entrepreneurial strategy, Procter and Gamble, Starbucks, and more READERSHIP: Business professionals, students and lecturers

NOV 2010 432PP 978-0-470-53052-8 PR £46.50 €57.90

REPLACES ISBN 978-0-470-08700-8

Management Science The Art of Modeling with Spreadsheets 3rd Edition

STEPHEN G. POWELL & KENNETH R. BAKER Both of Tuck School of Business, Dartmouth College, Hanover, USA

✤✤ Helps develop the essential skills needed to gain real expertise in business modelling ✤✤ The content of this new edition has been revised to reflect the conversion of software from Crystal Ball to Risk Solver ✤✤ Includes more coverage of management science topics ✤✤ Features additional open-ended case studies which are less structured READERSHIP: Business professionals, lecturers and students

NOV 2010 528PP 978-0-470-53067-2 CL £44.99 €55.90

REPLACES ISBN 978-0-470-38376-5

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Developing, Validating and Using Internal Ratings

BUSINESS

Methodologies and Case Studies

GIACOMO DE LAURENTIS, RENATO MAINO & LUCA MOLTENI All of Bocconi University, Italy

✤✤ Introduces statistical tools for credit risk analysis ✤✤ Presents extensive case studies which include credit rating model building for corporate and Small and Medium-sized Enterprise (SME) borrowers ✤✤ Covers capital at risk, losses, logistic regression and neural networks ✤✤ Includes a website with case studies and datasets READERSHIP: Practitioners, credit risk analysts in banks and consulting firms, students of applied statistics, credit risk management, bank management

OCT 2010 320PP 978-0-470-71149-1 CL £60.00 €72.90

Managing Business Ethics 5th Edition

LINDA K. TREVINO Pennsylvania State University, USA

✤✤ A highly, realistic, readable and down-to-earth text about ethics in the workplace ✤✤ Moves from the individual to the managerial to the organizational level, focusing on business ethics in an organizational context to promote an understanding of complex influences on behaviour ✤✤ Equips students with the knowledge they need to identify and solve ethical dilemmas, understand their own and others’ ethical behaviour and promote ethical behaviour in their organization ✤✤ Features current research, actual company examples, and advice READERSHIP: Business lecturers and students, business managers

SEP 2010 432PP 978-0-470-34394-4 PR £36.99 €44.90

REPLACES ISBN 978-0-471-75525-8

Human Resource Management 2nd Edition

GREG L. STEWART Vanderbilt University, USA

✤✤ Offers a more strategic approach to managing people ✤✤ Integrates unique new features and revises the content to make concepts easier to understand and apply ✤✤ Includes increased coverage of diversity and globalization ✤✤ Features Technology boxes in each chapter that take on a new twist and highlight some of the most current trends, such as social networking READERSHIP: Human resource managers, lecturers and students

NOV 2010 656PP 978-0-470-53049-8 CL £47.99 €59.90

REPLACES ISBN 978-0-471-71751-5

Dictionary of Logistics and Supply Chain Management / Wörterbuch Logistik und Supply Chain Management English - German / Deutsch – Englisch 16th Edition

JENS KIESEL ✤✤ This dictionary is the result of many years work in all areas of logistics and supply chain management ✤✤ Considerably enlarged, with now more than 30,000 entries ✤✤ Highly beneficial for all those who take part in the logistics and supply chain process READERSHIP: Industry, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs), translation agencies, translators, universities, transport, the army

MAY 2010 768PP 978-3-89578-365-4 PR £37.50 €39.90

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BUSINESS

the first international, multi-volume encyclopedia of marketing! Wiley international encyclopedia of Marketing With 300 entries from over 500 global experts, the encyclopedia offers one of the premier business reference sources available worldwide. • The six-volume WIEM provides scholars and professionals with an international guide to marketing concepts and applications. The far-reaching new developments and challenges of the past twenty years are fully reflected in the constructs and entries covered and inter-linked through cross-references throughout the volumes. • Authors from across the world offer their expertise on topics from global e-business to customer-centered organization, making this the most comprehensive, scholarly work of reference available. It will not only appear in hard copy but also on-line throughout the globe. • Users will enjoy the flexible, multi-level structure, with entries ranging from topic summaries to short essays reviewing areas of development and debate. Entries are further extended by sophisticated cross-referencing both among volumes and between encyclopedia entries and external sources.

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01 02 03 04 05 06 available from november 2010 in print and online! november 2010 3000pp 978-1-4051-6178-7 cl £699 £599 – order before feb 19th 2011 to get this special price!

editors in chief dr Jagdish sheth is a renowned scholar and world authority in the field of marketing. Dr. Sheth is the Charles H. Kellstadt Chair of Marketing in the Goizueta Business School at Emory University. dr naresh k Malhotra is Nanyang Professor, Nanyang Business School, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore and Regents’ Professor Emeritus, College of Management, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA.

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University and Business School libraries; Marketing Agencies; Marketing students of all levels and from all over the world

Nov 2010 3000pp 978-1-4051-6178-7 cl Introductory price £599.00 €740.00 valid until 31st january 2011, price thereafter £699.00 €870.00

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Tourism Research

BUSINESS / HOSPITALITY / FINANCE

2nd Edition

GAYLE JENNINGS Griffith University, Queensland, Australia

✤✤ Introduces the concept of qualitative and quantitative research methodologies associated with the tourism industry ✤✤ Offers a step-by-step approach to conducting research ✤✤ Includes case studies that illustrate the procedures of research preparation, execution and reporting ✤✤ Industry Insights’ in all chapters illustrate the relevance and diversity of research in the tourism industry ✤✤ Features international examples of research in practice READERSHIP: Tourism students

MAY 2010 400PP 978-1-74216-460-1 PR £38.99 €47.90

REPLACES ISBN 978-0-471-34255-7

Hotel Front Office Management 5th Edition

JAMES A. BARDI ✤✤ Hotel Front Office Management uses a human resources approach to cover the unique management and operational challenges ✤✤ Continues its emphasis on applying theory and management strategies ✤✤ Addresses the impact of the recession on the hotel business ✤✤ Discusses the impact of social media and guestroom technology on the hotel business and how the Internet is the single most important travel planning and distribution channel in hospitality ✤✤ New and updated information on environmental and sustainability issues, particularly as it relates to housekeeping topics READERSHIP: Hospitality students, hotels

NOV 2010 522PP 978-0-470-63752-4 CL £55.95 €69.90

REPLACES ISBN 978-0-471-68710-8

The Essential Book of Modern Buffets EDWARD G. LEONARD CMC, Executive Chef at Westchester Country Club

✤✤ The first new professional book published on this subject in years ✤✤ Features the newest trends in buffet presentations and the story behind why one of America’s favourite ways to eat is changing for the better ✤✤ Chapters include recipes and menu ideas, as well as numerous photos of buffets, centrepieces, plate presentations, dine around concepts, and action stations ✤✤ Chef Leonard has earned a global reputation in this area and has unparalleled experience leading Team USA to numerous championships in the buffet category READERSHIP: Culinary students, chefs

DEC 2010 224PP 978-0-470-48466-1 CL £43.50 €52.90

Managerial Accounting for Strategic Decision Making CHARLES E. DAVIS & ELIZABETH B. DAVIS Baylor University, USA; The George Washington University, USA

✤✤ Focuses on core accounting concepts framed within the context of one company ✤✤ Explores the fundamentals of how a business operates along with the type of decisions that managers must make on a daily basis ✤✤ Features Focus On mini chapters incorporating streamlined, complete coverage of certain topics ✤✤ Includes reinforcing examples and exercises enabling the reader to assess their level of understanding before progressing to more advanced discussions READERSHIP: Business professionals, business students and lecturers

NOV 2010 816PP 978-0-471-69960-6 CL £38.99 £47.90

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Tools for Business Decision Makers 4th Edition

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

✤✤ Provides a practical set of tools and the confidence readers need to use them effectively in making business decisions ✤✤ Follows a “macro- to micro-” strategy by starting with a discussion of real financial statements first, rather than starting with the Accounting Cycle

finance

Accounting

✤✤ Focuses discussions in the real world and shows the relevance of the topics covered READERSHIP: Accountants, accounting lecturers and students

DEC 2010 1360PP 978-0-470-53478-6 CL £59.99 €73.90

REPLACES ISBN 978-0-470-37758-7

Introduction to Finance

Markets, Investments, and Financial Management 14th Edition

RONALD W. MELICHER & EDGAR A. NORTON University of Colorado at Boulder, USA; Illinois State University, USA

✤✤ Enables business managers to gain a basic understanding of the complex world of finance ✤✤ Presents a balanced survey of the three main areas of finance: institutions and markets, investments, and financial management ✤✤ The examples used throughout the book have been updated to provide the most relevant information ✤✤ Includes additional end-of-chapter questions and career-profile features that connect the material to the real world READERSHIP: Business managers, lecturers and students

OCT 2010 592PP 978-0-470-56107-2 CL £97.50 €119.00

REPLACES ISBN 978-0-470-12892-3

Financial Accounting Theory and Analysis Text and Cases 10th Edition

RICHARD G. SCHROEDER, MYRTLE W. CLARK & JACK M. CATHEY University of North Carolina at Charlotte, USA; University of Kentucky, USA; University of North Carolina at Charlotte, USA

✤✤ Updated and revised, this tenth edition helps build strong critical thinking skills and a sound theoretical background ✤✤ Enables readers to evaluate accounting practice in today’s increasingly global world economy ✤✤ Presents a unique and timely collection of cases and readings that cover all areas of accounting and shows how the latest accounting standards impact decision making ✤✤ Incorporates new FASB codification cases READERSHIP: Accountants, accounting lecturers and students

NOV 2010 640PP 978-0-470-64628-1 CL £47.99 €59.90

REPLACES ISBN 978-0-470-12881-7

Ethics in Finance and Accounting SARAH PECK Marquette University, USA

✤✤ An authoritative text which provides an applied, practical understanding of the importance of ethics ✤✤ Helps finance professionals examine the ethical practices of the companies and organizations they recommend ✤✤ Features numerous projects to show how to apply investment theory and analysis, as well as integrate ethical considerations READERSHIP: Finance professionals, lecturers and students

NOV 2010 300PP 978-0-470-43453-6 PR £29.99 €36.90

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Risk Management under UCITS III / IV

FINANCE / ECONOMICS

CHRISTIAN SZYLAR Kinetic Partners, UK

✤✤ The purpose of this book is to show how organizations can satisfy the financial regulators in Europe that they have adequate risk monitoring procedures in place for the funds they manage or administer ✤✤ Explains all the requirements for risk management under the new UCITS III regime as well as the universe of financial instruments, which can be used by portfolio managers and their associated risks ✤✤ Essential reading for those endeavouring to understand and comply with UCITS III requirements. READERSHIP: Asset managers, fund administrators, management companies, risk departments

MAR 2010 288PP 978-1-84821-210-7 CL £56.95 €71.90

Core Concepts of Information Technology Auditing 2nd Edition

JAMES E. HUNTON, STEPHANIE M. BRYANT & NANCY A. BAGRANOFF University of South Florida, USA; University of South Florida, USA; The American University, USA

✤✤ Revised to provide accountants with an approach that more closely models the stages of an audit ✤✤ Offers a concise, non-technical approach to IT auditing ✤✤ Discusses how IT auditing works, legal requirements, the COSO Enterprise Risk Framework, and XBR ✤✤ Incorporates all the new rules and regulations, providing insight and guidance as to how auditors are affected by these changes READERSHIP: Auditors, auditing lecturers and students

NOV 2010 282PP 978-0-470-08739-8 PR £38.95 €47.90

REPLACES ISBN 978-0-471-22293-4

Principles of Fraud Examination 3rd Edition

JOSEPH T. WELLS Association of Certified Fraud Examiners

✤✤ Provides readers with a strong understanding of fraud, what it is and how it is committed, prevented, and resolved ✤✤ Documents the schemes used by executives, managers, and employees to commit fraud against their organizations ✤✤ Features case studies, complete with statistics and flowcharts, in each chapter ✤✤ Focuses on the increasing use of electronic payments and other technology in fraud schemes READERSHIP: Accountants, accounting lecturers and students

OCT 2010 480PP 978-0-470-64629-8 CL £92.50 €115.00

REPLACES ISBN 978-0-470-12883-1

Making Better Decisions ITZHAK GILBOA Tel Aviv University, Israel

✤✤ Introduces readers to some of the principal aspects of decision theory, and examines how these might lead us to make better decisions ✤✤ Presentation of material encourages readers to imagine a situation and make a decision or a judgment ✤✤ Offers a broad coverage of the subject including major insights from several sub-disciplines: microeconomic theory, decision theory, game theory, social choice, statistics, psychology, and philosophy ✤✤ Critically assesses the theory presented within the text, as well as some of its critiques ✤✤ Includes a web resource for teachers and students

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READERSHIP: Undergraduate students and academics of economics and management, students of intermediate microeconomics and business strategy, MBA students

oct 2010 224PP 978-1-4443-3652-8 PR £19.99 €24.90

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Designing a Depression-free Economy

MASON GAFFNEY University of California, Riverside, USA

✤✤ Analyzes the current crisis of the real estate crash and explains the recurring cycle which led to it ✤✤ Examines why frequent assessments are crucial to making the property tax an effective method of preventing speculative real estate bubbles ✤✤ Combines theoretical analysis with observed cycles of land speculation to demonstrate the impact on the modern economy READERSHIP: Relevant to all those working in and around the Finance, Insurance, and Real Estate sectors, as practitioner or customer and contains important insights for utility executives, private or public, planning to extend service into growing areas

ECONOMICS

After the Crash

SERIES: STUDIES IN ECONOMIC REFORM AND SOCIAL JUSTICE

oct 2010 200PP 978-1-4443-3307-7 PR £19.99 €24.90

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The Financial Crisis

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Who is to Blame?

HOWARD DAVIES

London School of Economics

✤✤ Written by a leading authority in this field who has worked within the financial systems and is well respected for his work in this area ✤✤ Davies examines the multitude of theories that have been offered as causes of the financial crisis, which began in 2007 ✤✤ He also discusses the key issue of whether there should be government intervention in the financial markets ✤✤ Hugely topical account of the main theories and the remedies currently under development READERSHIP: Students of economics, policy makers and the interested general reader

JUL 2010 144PP 978-0-7456-5164-4 PR £14.99 €17.90

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Economic Policy 64 Edited by GEORGES DE MENIL, RICHARD PORTES, HANS-WERNER SINN, GIUSEPPE BERTOLA, TULLIO JAPPELLI, PHILIPPE MARTIN & JAN VAN OURS Delta ENS, France; London Business School, UK; University of Munich, Germany; University of Torino, Italy; University of Naples, Italy; Université de Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, PSE, France; Tilberg University, The Netherlands

✤✤ Top economists provide a concise and accessible evaluation of major developments in trade and trade policy ✤✤ Papers are specially commissioned from first-class economists and experts in the policy field ✤✤ The editors are all based at top European economic institutions and each paper is discussed by a panel of distinguished economists ✤✤ This unique approach guarantees incisive debate and alternative interpretations of the evidence READERSHIP: Economists, economists in international economic agencies, and economists in research centre economics faculty, undergraduates and postgraduates, business and governments SERIES: ECONOMIC POLICY

OCT 2010 288PP 978-1-4051-9702-1 PR £25.00 €29.90

Economics of Transitions Russia, Eastern Europe, and Central Asia

MARTIN MYANT & JAN DRAHOKOUPIL Both of the University of the West of Scotland, UK

✤✤ Explores the economic transformation in the former communist countries of Eastern and Central Europe and the countries of the former Soviet Union ✤✤ Covers differences between countries in terms of economic performance and integration into the world economy ✤✤ Provides a basis for identifying and explaining differences between groupings of countries in Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union ✤✤ Examines differences in terms of historical backgrounds, location and policies pursued READERSHIP: Global business managers, lecturers and students

OCT 2010 352PP 978-0-470-59619-7 CL £30.50 €37.90

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Economics of Farm Management in a Global Setting

ECONOMICS / POLITICS

KENT OLSON University of Minnesota, USA

✤✤ Enables the reader to learn the principles of farm management from the basics of management and economics to the details of strategy and operations ✤✤ Presents economic concepts, such as the discussion of markets, competitive forces, and macroeconomics ✤✤ Discusses strategy, marketing, budgeting, production and operations, quality, finance, investment, risk, contracts, staffing, business organization, farm succession, and the future ✤✤ Looks at new techniques and tools in production and operations management READERSHIP: Farm managers, economics professionals, lecturers and students

OCT 2010 528PP 978-0-470-59243-4 CL £50.50 €63.90

Issues in Finance Credit, Crises and Policies

Stuart Sayer University of Edinburgh, UK

✤✤ This title presents a collection of surveys on key issues surrounding the relationship between credit, finance, and the macro-economy that are linked to the recent global financial crisis ✤✤ Presents a timely collection of surveys that shed light on the recent financial crisis ✤✤ Offers insights for economists in government, business, and finance ✤✤ Shows how the mainstream economics literature was not blind to the potential problems of the financial framework and its interplay with the macro-economy Readership: Advanced undergraduate and graduate level students of macroeconomics; economists in government, business, and finance

Sep 2010 224pp 978-1-4443-3401-2 pr £19.99 €24.90

The Third Way

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The Renewal of Social Democracy 2nd Edition

ANTHONY GIDDENS Former director of London School of Economics and Political Science, UK

✤✤ A new edition of the classic and hugely influential text ✤✤ The Third Way helped to provide inspiration for left-of-centre parties in a variety of different countries around the world, particularly in Britain ✤✤ The author worked closely with successive Blair governments in the formulation of social and economic policy ✤✤ Here, Giddens reflects on the major developments in political and economic life since the book first published and the relevance that the arguments have today READERSHIP: General readers interested in contemporary politics and society, the Blair administration, New Labour, plus students and academics in politics and sociology, and those working in government and administration

SEP 2010 216PP 978-0-7456-5083-8 PR £12.99 €15.90

REPLACES ISBN 978-0-7456-2266-8 (CL) & 978-0-7456-2267-5 (PR)

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Cosmopolitanism

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Ideas and Realities

DAVID HELD London School of Economics, UK

✤✤ Offers a novel approach to thinking about global politics and case studies of its application by one of the best known authors in the field ✤✤ The author sets out a philosophical and practical account of contemporary global politics from a cosmopolitan point of view ✤✤ Includes examples such as the financial market crises, climate change, and the fallout from the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq READERSHIP: Undergraduates and graduates in politics, political philosophy, social theory, sociology and international relations

SEP 2010 144PP 978-0-7456-4836-1 PR £15.99 €19.90 /

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Wall Street at War

ALEXANDRA OUROUSSOFF Brunel University

✤✤ Wall Street is in the news. The turmoil on the financial markets has generated a great deal of interest in the workings of the world’s largest and most powerful financial institutions ✤✤ Alexandra Ouroussoff is an economic anthropologist who spent several years doing an ethnographic study of Wall Street which gave her an insider’s view of how large corporations and financial institutions work

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The Secret Struggle for the Global Economy

✤✤ Through her research she identified a deep tension and contradiction in the way that the most powerful players understand the role of risk in the workings of the global economy ✤✤ This book gives a unique insider’s account of the rise of the credit agencies, which have assumed enormous power in the global economy and changed the rules of the game READERSHIP: Interested general readers as well as students and scholars in anthropology, sociology, economics and business

SEP 2010 126PP 978-0-7456-4418-9 PR £12.99 €15.90

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In the King’s Shadow

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The Political Anatomy of Democratic Representation

PHILIP MANOW University of Konstanz

✤✤ This is an outstanding and highly original book on a very interesting topic ✤✤ Manow shows that our modern democratic institutions are based on ideas that stem from medieval and early modern forms of political organization, and that many features of modern politics – like the semicircular seating plan of modern parliaments – are derived from earlier political regimes ✤✤ This will appeal to advanced undergraduates, graduates and academics in politics, political theory and social theory READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates, graduates and academics in politics and political sociology

NOV 2010 160PP 978-0-7456-4767-8 PR £14.99 €17.90

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The Human Economy

polity

Edited by KEITH HART, JEAN-LOUIS LAVILLE & ANTONIO DAVID CATTANI Goldsmiths, University of London; Conservatoire national des arts et métiers; Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul

✤✤ A citizen’s guide on how to create a new and more humane world economy, written for a wide general readership ✤✤ The book lays out a radical alternative to the existing ways of organizing the global economy, putting the wellbeing of people and communities, rather than the profits of banks and corporations, at the centre ✤✤ The volume includes over thirty original essays which address topics such as globalization, microcredit and corporate social responsibility ✤✤ This book offers a creative and practical vision of an alternative way of organizing our social and economic life, inspired by the ideas of the World Social Forum at Porte Alegre, in which the editors and many of the authors have been active participants READERSHIP: Interested general readers and students of politics and economics

sep 2010 320PP 978-0-7456-4980-1 PR £15.99 €19.90

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Food Security

polity

Addressing Challenges from Malnutrition, Food Safety and Environmental Change

BRYAN L. MCDONALD University of California at Irvine, USA

✤✤ A new volume in Polity’s cutting-edge Dimensions of Security series exploring one of the decisive global challenges of the 21st century ✤✤ The first book to introduce students to the major issues relating to food security in the world today ✤✤ Explores how processes of globalization and global change have reshaped food systems in ways that have significant impacts for the national security of states and the human security of communities and individuals ✤✤ Shows that while global food networks provide opportunities for improving health and well-being, they also give rise to new kinds of security threats and vulnerabilities READERSHIP: Students of international politics, security and environmental studies SERIES: DIMENSIONS OF SECURITY

NOV 2010 200PP 978-0-7456-4808-8 PR £15.99 €19.90

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Pluralism

polity

POLITICS

PETER LASSMAN University of Birmingham, UK

✤✤ Peter Lassman is a leading figure in the field of Political Philosophy ✤✤ The author’s experience of, and interest in, value pluralism ensures that this will be an authoritative book ✤✤ Examines the response to pluralism from such key thinkers as Weber, Berlin and Habermas ✤✤ This is the first accessible overview of the way in which that value pluralism has been understood and responded to by modern political thinkers READERSHIP: Students and lecturers in social and political theory in politics and sociology departments

DEC 2010 242PP 978-0-7456-1618-6 PR £15.99 €19.90

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Peace Building

polity

DENNIS J. D. SANDOLE George Mason University, USA

✤✤ Explores the theory and practice of peace building, discussing the differences and similarities between core aspects of peace processes ✤✤ Draws on a wide range of conflicts such as Bosnia-Herzegovina, Cambodia, East Timor, Haiti, South Africa and Macedonia ✤✤ Distinguishes between proactive and reactive peace building as strategies to pre-empt or otherwise respond to global problems ✤✤ Cogently argued and engagingly written, this book will be ideal for students with no prior knowledge of the subject area READERSHIP: Students and scholars of conflict resolution, peace studies and related disciplines SERIES: WAR AND CONFLICT IN THE MODERN WORLD

NOV 2010 176PP 978-0-7456-4166-9 PR £12.99 €15.90

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The Development of a Discipline The History of the Political Studies Association

WYN GRANT University of Warwick, UK

✤✤ Shows how the PSA developed from a small elitist club to a highly professional discipline ✤✤ Offers parallels to the development of the study of politics as a discipline in the UK ✤✤ Appeal extends to those who study higher education and political scientists READERSHIP: Academics and researchers interested in higher education history and political studies, advanced undergraduate and postgraduate students in related courses SERIES: POLITICAL STUDIES ASSOCIATION

OCT 2010 200PP 978-1-4443-3210-0 PR £19.99 €24.90

Market, State, and Society in Contemporary Latin America Edited by WILLIAM C. SMITH & LAURA GÓMEZ-MERA Both of University of Miami, USA

✤✤ Demonstrates the crucial role of differing configurations of domestic actors, interests and institutions in mediating the effects of globalization on welfare regimes, labour politics, and popular contestation ✤✤ Explores the fundamental issues in the political economy of Latin America in the early twenty-first century ✤✤ Deploys a variety of theoretical and methodological perspectives to understand the recent transformations in relations among market, state, and society in Latin American countries READERSHIP: Upper level undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Latin American politics and Latin American development and political economy SERIES: LAPZ – AMERICAN POLITICS & SOCIETY

oct 2010 400PP 978-1-4443-3525-5 PR £29.99 €37.90

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What Time is it There? SERGE GRUZINSKI École des Haute Etudes en Sciences Sociales

✤✤ A unique historical contribution to the origins of what we now think of as “globalization” ✤✤ Gruzinski shows us that the opening up of cultures to other worlds is not new and occurred at the dawn of the modern age

HISTORY

polity

America and Islam at the Dawn of Modern Times

✤✤ The author takes us back to the late 16th and early 17th centuries and, by juxtaposing texts from Istanbul and Mexico, shows that people in the Ottoman empire and in the Americas were keeping a watchful eye on one another. ✤✤ This book is written in a very lively and accessible way and makes use of contemporary films like Tsai Mingliang’s “What time is there?” READERSHIP: Students and scholars in history, especially early modern history, comparative history and global history

oct 2010 200PP 978-0-7456-4753-1 PR £14.99 €17.90

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Society in Early Modern England

polity

The Vernacular Origins of Some Powerful Ideas

PHIL WITHINGTON University of Cambridge, UK

✤✤ Major new contribution to our understanding of how, when and why the period of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries has been categorized as “early modern” ✤✤ Interrogates the introduction of words like “modern” and “society” into English at this time and the connections between linguistic and social change ✤✤ Reflects on the implications of these categorizations for contemporary debates about the nature of modernity ✤✤ Written by a rising star in the field of history READERSHIP: Undergraduate students of early modern English/British history, students of historiography interested in the theme of debate around the concept of ‘early modern’

AUG 2010 296PP 978-0-7456-4130-0 PR £16.99 €19.90

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Protestants

A History from Wittenberg to Pennsylvania 1517-1740

C. SCOTT DIXON Queen’s University, Belfast

✤✤ Exploring the social and cultural dimension of the Reformation from the experience of people involved ✤✤ Represents the only English language single-volume survey of the rise of early modern Protestantism from its Lutheran beginnings in Germany to its spread to America ✤✤ This is the first book to unite Old World and New World Protestant histories ✤✤ Offers a thematic approach to Protestantism by tracing its development within the social, political, and cultural context of early modern Europe ✤✤ Breaks from traditional scholarship by arguing that the rise of Reformation Protestantism lasted at least two centuries READERSHIP: Advanced students and scholars of Reformation and libraries with holdings in early modern history and religious studies

OCT 2010 304PP 978-1-4051-5084-2 CL £70.00 €84.90

American Military History A Documentary Reader

BRAD D. LOOKINGBILL Columbia College of Missouri, USA

✤✤ A comprehensive collection of primary documents relating to America’s armed forces from the colonial period to the present day ✤✤ Chronologically documents the influential people, events, and turning points in American military history ✤✤ Explores the broader social, cultural, political, and economic impact of events on the country ✤✤ Includes firsthand accounts which trace America’s ways of war, its military leadership, and the vitality of civilian-military relations in the United States ✤✤ Accompanied by an online resource centre, including links to additional material, maps, and a glossary to aid instructors and students READERSHIP: Undergraduate students of American military history or military studies

OCT 2010 400PP 978-1-4051-9051-0 PR £29.99 €37.90

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A History of the Cuban Revolution

HISTORY

AVIVA CHOMSKY Salem State College in Massachusetts, USA

✤✤ Presents a concise socio-historical account of the Cuban Revolution of 1959, an event that continues to spark debate 50 years later ✤✤ Balances a comprehensive overview of the political and economic events of the revolution with a look at its social impact ✤✤ Engages with the myths and preconceptions about the revolution itself, providing a lively, anecdotal, and on-the-ground look at what the Cuban revolution has meant for ordinary people ✤✤ Features both US and Cuban perspectives to provide a complete and well-rounded perspective of the revolution and its repercussions READERSHIP: Undergraduate students of Latin American, American, or World history SERIES: VIEWPOINTS/PUNTOS DE VISTA

OCT 2010 192PP 978-1-4051-8773-2 PR £13.99 €17.90

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Bartolomé de las Casas and the Conquest of the Americas LAWRENCE A. CLAYTON University of Alabama, USA

✤✤ A concise history of the age of exploration and conquest of the Americas through the experience of the Dominican friar Bartolomé de las Casas, the most important figure of the period after Columbus ✤✤ Explores the period known as the Encounter, which was characterized by intensive conflict between Europeans and the people of the Americas following Columbus’s voyages ✤✤ Argues that Las Casas, “protector of Indians”, was primarily motivated by Scripture in his crusade for justice and equality for the native peoples of the Americas ✤✤ Draws on the 14 volume Complete Works of Las Casas as a window into his mind and actions ✤✤ Encourages students to understand history through the viewpoint of individuals living it READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate students of colonial Latin American history, world civilization, and the history of religion SERIES: VIEWPOINTS/PUNTOS DE VISTA

DEC 2010 192PP 978-1-4051-9428-0 PR £17.99 €22.90

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Homes and Homecomings Gendered Histories of Domesticity and Return

Edited by K. H. ADLER & CARRIE HAMILTON University of Nottingham, UK; Roehampton University, UK

✤✤ Provides inspiring new historical perspectives on the politics of homes and homecomings ✤✤ Takes an historical approach to a subject area that has been surprisingly little examined ✤✤ Features original research from a group of international scholars ✤✤ The book has an international approach that covers Africa, Asia, the Americas and East and West Europe ✤✤ Contains original illustrations of homes in a variety of historical contexts READERSHIP: Undergraduates, postgraduates, and researchers in the fields of gender and historical studies SERIES: GENDER & HISTORY

JUL 2010 240PP 978-1-4443-3650-4 PR £19.99 €24.90

A Companion to Europe 1900-1945

new in paperback

Gordon Martel University of Northern British Columbia

✤✤ A cutting edge guide to the major debates animating the study of early twentieth-century Europe ✤✤ Brings together contributions from a distinguished group of international scholars ✤✤ Traces the great political, social and economic upheavals of the time ✤✤ Illuminates perennial themes, as well as new areas of enquiry ✤✤ Takes a pan-European approach, highlighting similarities and differences across nations and regions Readership: Students, researchers and faculty of twentieth-century history, international relations, or European studies; general readers

Dec 2010 496pp 978-1-4443-3840-9 PR £27.99 €34.90

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The Evidence

Edited by JOSEPH ROISMAN & J. C. YARDLEY Colby College, USA; University of Ottawa, Canada

✤✤ Providing an inclusive and integrated overview of Greek history from Homer to Alexander the Great, this sourcebook brings together fresh, new translations and extensive introductions and annotations ✤✤ Includes a range of literary, artistic and material evidence from the Homeric, Archaic and Classical Ages ✤✤ Focuses on important developments as well as specific themes to create an integrated perspective on the period

CLASSICS

Ancient Greece from Homer to Alexander

✤✤ Links the political and social history of the Greeks to their intellectual accomplishments ✤✤ An accompanying website offers additional evidence and explanations, as well as links to useful online resources READERSHIP: Undergraduate students of Greek history, archaic Greece, Greek civilization, and courses on the ancient world SERIES: BLACKWELL SOURCEBOOKS IN ANCIENT HISTORY

DEC 2010 544PP 978-1-4051-2776-9 PR £19.99 €24.90

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A Companion to Families in the Greek and Roman Worlds Edited by BERYL RAWSON Australian National University, Canberra, Australia

✤✤ This important overview of the field explores debates about life in ancient Greece and Rome and serves to broaden our understanding of the social structures of classical antiquity ✤✤ Draws on new methodologies and on textual and visual evidence from a variety of disciplines, such as archaeology, art, law, early Christianity, and social, cultural, and economic history ✤✤ Recognizes the great diversity of family forms in classical antiquity, including women, children, slaves, and foreigners ✤✤ Features illustrations of families, children, slaves, and ritual life, along with maps and diagrams of sites and dwellings ✤✤ Brings together newly-commissioned contributions from an international team of established and rising scholars READERSHIP: Upper-level undergraduates, graduate students, and scholars of Greek and Roman social history SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO THE ANCIENT WORLD

DEC 2010 592PP 978-1-4051-8767-1 CL £110.00 €139.00

A Companion to Ancient Macedonia Edited by JOSEPH ROISMAN & IAN WORTHINGTON Colby College, USA; University of Missouri – Columbia, USA

✤✤ Features new, specially commissioned essays by leading and up-and-coming scholars in the field ✤✤ Examines the political, military, social, economic, and cultural history of ancient Macedonia from the Archaic period to the end of the Roman period and beyond ✤✤ Discusses the importance of art, archaeology and architecture ✤✤ All ancient sources are translated into English ✤✤ Each chapter includes bibliographical essays for further reading READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate and graduate students, scholars of Greek and Macedonian history SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO THE ANCIENT WORLD

NOV 2010 760PP 978-1-4051-7936-2 CL £110.00 €135.00

Virgil R. ALDEN SMITH Baylor University, USA

✤✤ Offers a fresh, comprehensive introduction to Virgil in translation ✤✤ Explores the historical context in which Virgil wrote and lived ✤✤ Discusses the manuscript tradition of Virgil ✤✤ Traces the poet’s influence on later authors and his impact on the arts in general ✤✤ Includes suggestions for further readings READERSHIP: Undergraduate students studying Virgil or Latin poetry, graduate students, academics, and general readers SERIES: BLACKWELL INTRODUCTION TO THE CLASSICAL WORLD

OCT 2010 232PP 978-1-4051-5949-4 CL £55.00 €67.90

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Ovid

CLASSICS / PSYCHOLOGY

KATHARINA VOLK Columbia University, USA

✤✤ Provides a concise, thematic introduction to the complete works of the Latin poet, famous for his risqué love poetry, riveting mythological epic Metamorphoses, and mysterious exile at the orders of the emperor Augustus ✤✤ The first general introduction to Ovid written in English in over 20 years ✤✤ Explores the complete works of Ovid, presenting the author’s works within their poetic genres, and discussing central themes including art, women, myth, and Augustan Rome ✤✤ Capitalizes on the current renewal of interest in his work - the last 25 years have seen a dramatic revival in his popularity, making him one of the widely studied ancient authors ✤✤ Concludes with a study of Ovid’s reception over the past 2,000 years READERSHIP: Undergraduate students, postgraduates, and faculty of classical or Latin literature SERIES: BLACKWELL INTRODUCTIONS TO THE CLASSICAL WORLD

nov 2010 184PP 978-1-4051-3642-6 CL £60.00 €72.90

The Science of ADHD A Guide for Parents and Professionals

CHRIS CHANDLER London Metropolitan University, UK

✤✤ Provides an up-to-date account of the neuroscience of ADHD, and the limitations of such research ✤✤ Addresses the scientific status of ADHD from an objective and evidence-based standpoint without recourse to emotional and uninformed argument ✤✤ As a parent of a child with ADHD, the author has first-hand experience of the subject matter, and a unique understanding of the information parents require READERSHIP: Teachers, health professionals, and parents who require an informed and accessible review of ADHD

OCT 2010 264PP 978-1-4051-6235-7 PR £15.99 €19.90

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Children Behaving Badly?

Peer Violence Between Children and Young People

Edited by CHRISTINE BARTER & DAVID BERRIDGE NSPCC Research Fellow, University of Bristol, UK; University of Bristol, UK

✤✤ Provides important insights into a theoretical understanding of the issue and produces significant and far reaching implications for policy and practice developments ✤✤ Based on up-to-date research evidence and includes unpublished findings from recognized experts in multidisciplinary fields ✤✤ Challenges many populist and damaging representations of youth violence and the associated narratives of modern youth as essentially “evil” READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate students, for those working with children, and professionals and academics from a variety of disciplines SERIES: NSPCC WILEY SERIES IN PROTECTING CHILDREN

DEC 2010 192PP 978-0-470-72705-8 PR £27.99 €34.90

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Adolescents, Parents, and Social Development JUDITH G. SMETANA University of Rochester, USA

✤✤ Draws from the results of in-depth interviews with more than 700 families ✤✤ Explores adolescent-parent relationships among ethnic majority and minority youth in the United States, as well as research with adolescents in Hong Kong and China ✤✤ Discusses extensive research on disclosure and secrecy during adolescence, parenting, autonomy, and moral development ✤✤ Considers both popular sources such as movies and public surveys and also scholarly sources drawn from anthropology, history, sociology, social psychology, and developmental psychology READERSHIP: Upper level undergraduate and graduate students, family therapists and other professionals working with families

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NOV 2010 336PP 978-1-4443-3251-3 PR £29.99 €36.90

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2nd Edition

DANIEL L. SEGAL, SARA HONN QUALLS & MICHAEL A. SMYER University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, USA; University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, USA; Bucknell University, USA

✤✤ Offers a comprehensive review of models of mental health and mental illness, along with their implications for treatment of older adults ✤✤ Provides a pragmatic analysis of assessment and treatment approaches that both students and practitioners will find useful ✤✤ Uses case studies to link theory and practice ✤✤ Fully updated to reflect recent changes in both research and practice in the field

PSYCHOLOGY

Aging and Mental Health

READERSHIP: Advanced students in clinical psychology, gerontology, social work, psychology of aging, practitioners including psychiatrists

NOV 2010 352PP 978-1-4051-3075-2 PR £24.99 €30.90

REPLACES ISBN 978-1-55786-557-1

Rationality and the Pursuit of Happiness The Legacy of Albert Ellis

MICHAEL BERNARD University of Melbourne, Australia

✤✤ Presents verbatim transcripts of private counselling sessions, as well as lectures/demonstrations with people discussing a wide variety of personal issues ✤✤ Offers insights about how Ellis’ views on rationality can be used by anyone to achieve personal happiness and experience a fulfilling life ✤✤ Includes selected excerpts of Ellis’ writings revealing the difference between the psychological architecture of emotional unhappiness and human happiness READERSHIP: Mental health practitioners (psychotherapists, counsellors), and general readers interested in the work of Albert Ellis

OCT 2010 320PP 978-0-470-68311-8 PR £24.99 €30.90

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Psychosis and Spirituality Consolidating the New Paradigm 2nd Edition

Edited by ISABEL CLARKE Consultant Clinical Psychologist, NHS, UK

✤✤ Presents the most recent body of qualitative and quantitative research in its exploration of the interface between psychosis and spirituality ✤✤ Ten new chapters added and the remaining text completely updated ✤✤ Includes a new expanded clinical section, relevant to clinicians working with psychosis ✤✤ Features chapters from a notable list of contributors across a broad range of disciplines, including Peter Fenwick, Peter Chadwick, David Kingdon, Gordon Claridge, and Neil Douglas Klotz READERSHIP: Academics and postgraduate students, those with an interest in qualitative and quantitative methods of researching spirituality, general readers interested in developments in this area

OCT 2010 312PP 978-0-470-68347-7 PR £29.99 €36.90

REPLACES ISBN 978-1-86156-202-9

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Preventing Stress in Organizations How to Develop Positive Managers

EMMA DONALDSON-FEILDER, JOANNA YARKER & RACHEL LEWIS Affinity Health at Work, UK; Goldsmiths, University of London, UK; London Metropolitan University, UK

✤✤ Presents an evidence-based framework of competencies for stress management ✤✤ Reveals a new set of management behaviours, based on original research, that are specific to reducing stress and promoting well being in team members ✤✤ Balances rigorous theoretical grounding with real-world vignettes, case studies and exercises to help managers develop their stress management skills ✤✤ Shows professionals how stress management can be integrated into wider organizational processes such as feedback and leadership development READERSHIP: Organizational psychologists, occupational health psychologists, HR professionals, occupational health professionals, learning and development professionals, health and safety practitioners, coaches and consultants, and academics and students in relevant fields of psychology and business

DEC 2010 224PP 978-0-470-66553-4 PR £29.99 €37.90

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Work Without Boundaries

PSYCHOLOGY

Psychological Perspectives on the New Working Life

MICHAEL ALLVIN, GUNNAR ARONSSON, TOM HAGSTRÖM, GUNN JOHANSSON & ULF LUNDBERG Uppsala University, Sweden; All others Stockholm University, Sweden

✤✤ Tackles the human impact of the changing nature of work ✤✤ Brings together strands of research from disciplines including work psychology, occupational health psychology, social psychology and psychobiology ✤✤ Prestigious author team from top Swedish institutions, who are well-known internationally and considered leading researchers and writers in this field ✤✤ Delivers new levels of understanding to chart the way forward for research READERSHIP: Practitioners and researchers, advanced students in the fields of work psychology, organizational behaviour and sociology, policy makers responsible for employment and industrial relations

DEC 2010 224PP 978-0-470-66614-2 PR £29.99 €37.90

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Judgment, Decision-making and Success in Sport MICHAEL BAR-ELI, HENNING PLESSNER & MARKUS RAAB Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Beer-Sheva, Israel and Wingate Institute for Physical Education and Sport, Israel; University of Leipzig, Germany; German Sport University Cologne, Germany

✤✤ The only book to apply the principles of JDM to sports ✤✤ Offers an overview of current JDM research ✤✤ Applies theory to practice by looking at the problems of athletes, coaches, and referees and providing recommendations for dealing with them ✤✤ Useful for psychologists, physical education teachers, sports scientists, and decision-making researchers READERSHIP: Undergraduate students of courses in sports psychology and psychology; also for researchers, coaches, managers, spectators, referees, and athletes SERIES: W-B SERIES IN SPORT AND EXERCISE PSYCHOLOGY

NOV 2010 256PP 978-0-470-69453-4 PR £29.99 €37.90

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Working Positively with Personality Disorder in Secure Settings A Practitioner’s Perspective

Edited by PHIL WILLMOT & NEIL GORDON Nottinghamshire Healthcare, UK; Personality Disorder Institute, UK

✤✤ Presents a practical guide for experienced practitioners and students working with personality disorder in criminal justice and mental health settings ✤✤ Includes chapters written by forensic and clinical psychologists, nurses, therapists and patients based at Rampton Hospital, one of the longest established specialist forensic personality disorder units in the UK ✤✤ As well as covering therapy and therapeutic relationships, it offers a whole service approach, addressing issues such as supervision, workforce development, treatment evaluation, team dynamics and managing boundaries READERSHIP: Practitioners working with personality disorder in forensic settings, both in prison and mental health settings, psychologists, therapists, nurses and prison officers who work closely with forensic clients with personality disorders, supervisors and service managers in those services, and students SERIES: THE WILEY SERIES IN PERSONALITY DISORDERS

NOV 2010 288PP 978-0-470-68379-8 PR £34.99 €42.90

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Consultancy and Advising in Forensic Practice Empirical and Practical Guidelines

Edited by CAROL A. IRELAND & MARTIN J. FISHER University of Central Lancashire, UK; HMP Albany, UK

✤✤ The first publication to apply consultancy literature to a forensic setting ✤✤ Provides a combination of the theoretical and practical underpinnings needed in consultancy work, offering a development of knowledge with practical application ✤✤ Brings together papers from researchers, academics, practitioners and consultants within forensic psychology whilst drawing upon expertise in business consultancy and administration ✤✤ Chapters combine psychological, ethical, managerial and evaluative aspects into themed summaries READERSHIP: Postgraduate students studying forensic psychology, forensic mental health, probation and social work, and clinical psychology

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SERIES: BPS BLACKWELL FORENSIC PRACTICE SERIES

APR 2010 296PP 978-0-470-68917-2 CL £75.00 €92.90

PR also available, advertised in April-June 2010 Preview, ISBN 978-0-47074478-9


A Multidisciplinary Perspective

Edited by ASSAAD AZZI, XENIA CHRYSSOCHOOU, BERT KLANDERMANS & BERND SIMON Universite Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium; Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences, Greece; Vrije Universiteit, the Netherlands; Christian-AlbrechtsUniversitat, Germany

✤✤ Offers a scientific understanding of the complex issue of coexistence between groups in culturally diverse societies ✤✤ Utilizes original theory which combines social psychology, sociology, and political science ✤✤ Includes an original and extensive discussion of combining the concepts of identity and diversity ✤✤ Innovatively employs the latest research and state-of-the-art theory

PSYCHOLOGY

Identity and Participation in Culturally Diverse Societies

READERSHIP: Upper-undergraduate and graduate students of social psychology, sociology, and political science; students and academics of identity and diversity, migration and societal participation

OCT 2010 336PP 978-1-4051-9947-6 CL £50.00 €62.90

A Dynamic Cascade Model of the Development of Substance - Use Onset Edited by KENNETH A. DODGE, PATRICK S. MALONE, JENNIFER E. LANSFORD, GREGORY S. PETTIT, JOHN E. BATES & SHARI MILLER Duke University, USA; University of South Carolina, USA; Duke University, USA

✤✤ The book offers an extensive exploration of the childhood factors that can lead to substance abuse ✤✤ Puts forward a dynamic cascade model of the development of adolescent substance-use onset ✤✤ Model is based on broad sampling of children from preschool to secondary school ✤✤ The results offer practical suggestions for interventions, public policies, and economics of substance-use and future inquiry READERSHIP: Developmental psychologists, researchers, graduate students, and anyone involved in the treatment of substance abuse SERIES: MONOGRAPHS OF THE SOCIETY FOR RESEARCH IN CHILD DEVELOPMENT

OCT 2010 200PP 978-1-4443-3491-3 PR £19.99 €24.90

Controlling Uncertainty

Decision Making and Learning in Complex Worlds

MAGDA OSMAN University of London, UK

✤✤ Features reviews and discussions of the most current research in a number of fields relevant to controlling uncertainty ✤✤ Covers a wide range of research disciplines and examines one central idea in relation to each discipline ✤✤ Presents a new framework that is designed to integrate a variety of disparate fields of research ✤✤ The first book of its kind to provide a general overhaul of work related to understanding control READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate and graduate level students, researchers and professionals

OCT 2010 360PP 978-1-4051-9946-9 CL £70.00 €84.90

Children’s Understanding of Social Inclusion and Exclusion MELANIE KILLEN & ADAM RUTLAND University of Maryland, USA; University of Kent, UK

✤✤ Formulates an original theory about children’s experiences with exclusion and how they understand the world of discrimination based on group membership ✤✤ Brings together Social Domain Theory and Social Identity Theory to explain how children view exclusion that often results in prejudice, and inclusion that reflects social justice and morality ✤✤ Presents new research data consisting of in-depth interviews from childhood to late adolescence, observational findings with peer groups, and experimental paradigms that test how children understand group dynamics and social norms, and show either group bias or morality ✤✤ Illustrates data with direct quotes from children along with diagrams depicting their social understanding READERSHIP: Research scholars, psychologists, educators, students, and parents; and for educators working on programs to reduce prejudice and promote social inclusion as a guide for how to create intervention curriculum SERIES: UNDERSTANDING CHILDREN’S WORLDS

DEC 2010 240PP 978-1-4051-7651-4 CL £55.00 €67.90

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Statistical Reasoning in the Behavioral Sciences

PSYCHOLOGY

6th Edition

BRUCE M. KING & EDWARD W. MINIUM University of New Orleans, USA; San Jose State University, USA

✤✤ Provides a streamlined and easy-to-understand text for beginners in statistics of the behavioural sciences ✤✤ This edition will include information about the use of computers in statistics ✤✤ Updated research and some photos/cartoons to make the book more accessible READERSHIP:

OCT 2010 496PP 978-0-470-64382-2 CL £94.50 €115.00

REPLACES ISBN 978-0-470-13487-0

Questions of Gender DINA ANSELMI & ANNE LAW Trinity College, Hartford; Rider University

✤✤ Includes 36 new pieces, of which 32 have been published since the year 2000 ✤✤ Draws together seminal works by psychologists, biologists, anthropologists, sociologists and other researchers ✤✤ Stresses the importance of understanding sex and gender as part of the larger intersection of questions about race, ethnicity class and sexual orientation ✤✤ Features in each chapter several “checkpoints” questions that are designed to help readers evaluate their comprehension and to anticipate the issues of the next reading READERSHIP: Undergraduate students

OCT 2010 800PP 978-1-4051-7963-8 PR £26.99 €32.90

Social Development ROSS D. PARKE & ALISON CLARKE-STEWART University of California, Riverside, USA; University of California, Irvine, USA

✤✤ Very accessible for undergraduate students demonstrated with media examples ✤✤ Cross cultural references ✤✤ Absorbing case studies used throughout READERSHIP: Undergraduate students

SEP 2010 592PP 978-0-470-59905-1 CL £130.00 €159.00

Fundamentals of Statistical Reasoning in Education 2nd Edition

THEODORE COLADARCI, CASEY D. COBB, EDWARD W. MINIUM & ROBERT C. CLARKE University of Maine, USA; University of Connecticut, USA; San Jose State University, USA; San Jose State University, USA

✤✤ A statistics book specifically geared towards the education community ✤✤ This book gives educators the statistical knowledge and skills necessary in everyday classroom teaching, in running schools, and in professional development pursuits ✤✤ Emphasizes conceptual development with an engaging style and clear exposition READERSHIP: Teachers, school administrators, directors of curriculum

OCT 2010 480PP 978-0-470-57479-9 PR £84.95 €105.00

REPLACES ISBN 978-0-470-08406-9

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HELEN COWIE, MARK BLADES & PETER SMITH University of Surrey, UK; University of Sheffield, UK; Goldsmiths College, University of London, UK

✤✤ The 5th edition of a bestselling and widely acclaimed textbook ✤✤ Extensive international coverage and a rigorous research ✤✤ Fully revised and updated with new chapters on antisocial behaviour, children and the media, cognitive neuroscience, prosocial behaviour and involving children in research READERSHIP: Undergraduate students of child development in departments of psychology, education, social work and nursing SERIES: BASIC PSYCHOLOGY

AUG 2010 768PP 978-1-4051-7601-9 PR £24.99 €29.90

Adult Development and Aging Biopsychosocial Perspectives 4th Edition

SUSAN KRAUSS WHITBOURNE University of Massachusetts, USA

PSYCHOLOGY / education

Understanding Children’s Development

✤✤ Provides a fresh and engaging approach to the field of psychology of adult development and aging ✤✤ Updated with recent articles and factual information relevant to demography, economics, and public policy ✤✤ The Assess Yourself boxes will be updated with new questions ✤✤ The writing style will continue to appeal to students as it is engaging and colloquial rather than scholarly READERSHIP: Undergraduate students

OCT 2010 480PP 978-0-470-64697-7 CL £98.50 €122.00

REPLACES ISBN 978-0-470-11860-3

Globalization and the Study of Education Edited by THOMAS S. POPKEWITZ & FAZAL RIZVI University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA; University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA

✤✤ Explores the ways in which globalization is reshaping the study of education ✤✤ Brings together the leading educational scholars in the field ✤✤ Challenges long-held assumptions and offers fresh perspectives on significant educational issues ✤✤ Published on behalf of the National Society for the Study of Education READERSHIP: Academics in education, educational researchers and advanced undergraduates SERIES: YEARBOOKS OF THAT NATIONAL SOCIETY FOR THE STUDY OF EDUCATION

NOV 2010 200PP 978-1-4443-3431-9 PR £23.99 €29.90

The New Localism in American Education Edited by ROBERT L. CROWSON, JR. & ELLEN B. GOLDRING Both of Vanderbilt University, USA

✤✤ Papers explore and describe the new spirit of localism in education ✤✤ Advocates a refocus on relationships between schools and local communities in the context of educational objectives ✤✤ Published on behalf of the National Society for the Study of Education READERSHIP: Practicing teachers, policy makers, educational researchers, and a broader audience that includes anyone with an interest in the emerging conversations on this topic SERIES: YEARBOOKS OF THAT NATIONAL SOCIETY FOR THE STUDY OF EDUCATION

OCT 2010 200PP 978-1-4443-3430-2 PR £19.99 €24.90

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Thinking Education Through Alain Badiou

EDUCATION

Edited by KENT DEN HEYER University of Alberta, Canada

✤✤ Represents the first collection of work in education to grapple with what Alain Badiou might mean for the enterprise of schooling ✤✤ Takes up Badiou’s challenge to contemporary and conventional Anglo-American doxa ✤✤ Includes original essays by experts in several different educational fields READERSHIP: Undergraduate students, researchers and academics in education and philosophy SERIES: EDUCATIONAL PHILOSOPHY AND THEORY SPECIAL ISSUE BOOKS

SEP 2010 120PP 978-1-4443-3742-6 PR £19.99 €24.90

From Inclusion to Engagement

Helping Students Engage with Schooling through Policy and Practice

PAUL COOPER & BARBARA JACOBS Both of University of Leicester, UK

✤✤ Presents an innovative approach rooted in a biopsychosocial theoretical perspective - an approach that is still relatively misunderstood within the educational sphere ✤✤ Offers insights based on an extensive review of contemporary international research in the field ✤✤ Avoids the biases of ideology in favour of science-based social and educational outcomes ✤✤ The first comprehensive account of evidence-based interventions for students with Social, Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties READERSHIP: Graduate level students of education courses and research, and educational psychologists

DEC 2010 192PP 978-0-470-01946-7 PR £26.99 €33.90

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science, technology & medicine

Science, Technology and Medicine

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EMQs and MCQs for Surgery Finals

medicine

Hye-Chung Kwak, Imran Bhatti, Jaskarn Rai, Farhan Rashid, Bachittar Singh Jassar, Murthy Nyasavajjala, Viren Asher, Jon Lund & Mike Larvin

Derby City Hospital, University of Nottingham, UK; Derby City Hospital, University of Nottingham, UK; Derby City Hospital, University of Nottingham, UK; Derby City Hospital, University of Nottingham, UK; Derby City Hospital, University of Nottingham, UK; Derby City Hospital, University of Nottingham, UK; Derby City Hospital, University of Nottingham, UK; Royal Derby Hospital and Nuffield Health Derby Hospital, UK; Royal College of Surgeons of England

✤✤ Provides comprehensive self-assessment practice papers for final surgery exams ✤✤ The only revision book to focus on the surgical topics found in finals ✤✤ Includes clinically-based questions covering all surgical sub-specialties including neurosurgery, ENT, lower gastrointestinal surgery, and orthopaedics ✤✤ Features a wide range of scenarios that give students ‘walk-throughs’ of clinical situations ✤✤ Written by a team of young surgeons, themselves fresh from passing college exams, with all the content vetted and approved by two senior advisors READERSHIP: Medical students preparing for final surgical examinations

NOV 2010 336PP 978-1-4051-9941-4 PR £17.99 €22.90

The Essential Guide to Becoming a Doctor 3rd Edition

ADRIAN BLUNDELL, RICHARD HARRISON & BENJAMIN TURNEY Nottingham City Hospital, Nottingham, UK; General Practitioner, Windsor, UK; Churchill Hospital, Oxford, UK

✤✤ One of the most popular guides for students considering a medical career and for medical students and junior doctors deciding which direction to take on qualification ✤✤ Written by young doctors who understand what candidates are concerned about when making their career decisions ✤✤ Covers every aspect of the process of becoming a doctor - from choosing which medical school and writing the application, to deciding what postgraduate career to specialise in ✤✤ Includes the latest information on admission tests, medical curricula, practical medical school details, the European Directive on junior doctors’ working hours, choosing a specialty, and working abroad READERSHIP: All students considering a medical career, medical students and junior doctors

DEC 2010 276PP 978-0-4706-5455-2 PR £24.99 €29.90

REPLACES ISBN 978-1-4051-5788-9

ABC of Sexually Transmitted Infections 6th Edition

Edited by KAREN ROGSTAD Consultant Physician in Genitourinary Medicine

✤✤ Provides an introduction and reference guide to sexually transmitted infections (STIs) ✤✤ Covers new expanded screening programmes and new testing techniques now undertaken in primary care ✤✤ Includes new chapters on service modernisation and new providers; contraception; high risk or special needs groups; and the increased use of the internet for education and information ✤✤ Features content applicable to UK and non-UK settings - in “resource-rich” and “resource-poor” countries ✤✤ Contains UK NICE guidelines on one-to-one interventions to change sexual risk-taking behaviour READERSHIP: GPs, doctors providing non-specialist STI diagnosis and management, nurses and health professionals in family planning clinics and in obstetrics and gynaecology providing STI testing and treatment SERIES: ABC SERIES

NOV 2010 128PP 978-1-4051-9816-5 PR £25.99 €32.90

REPLACES ISBN 978-0-7279-1761-4

ABC of Interventional Cardiology 2nd Edition

EVER D. GRECH South Yorkshire Cardiothoracic Centre, Northern General Hospital, Sheffield, UK

✤✤ Provides a practical guide to interventional cardiology for the non-specialist, including the different interventions for coronary artery disease ✤✤ Presents the complex aspects of interventional cardiology in a clear and concise manner ✤✤ Covers the core knowledge on techniques and management, and highlights the evidence base ✤✤ Includes new drug treatments and devices ✤✤ Fully illustrated with images and graphics in colour throughout READERSHIP: GPs, and junior doctors, medical students and cardiology nurses

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SERIES: ABC SERIES

DEC 2010 72PP

978-1-4051-7067-3 PR £19.99 €24.90

REPLACES ISBN 978-0-7279-1546-7


TIM SWANWICK & JUDY MCKIMM London Deanery, London UK; Unitec, New Zealand

✤✤ Defines the scope of clinical leadership - relevant at all stages of medical education and a medical career clinical leadership skills are essential to the planning, delivery and improvement of health services ✤✤ The only book written in line with the Medical Leadership Competency Framework - endorsed by the Royal Colleges and the NHS ✤✤ Explores the key principles of leadership and management, and includes the leadership theories used in health care practice

medicine

ABC of Clinical Leadership

✤✤ Combines theory with medical examples and short, illustrative case studies ✤✤ Written by medical educators involved in running leadership programmes for doctors and other healthcare professionals READERSHIP: All consultants, doctors, GPs, medical students and healthcare professionals SERIES: ABC SERIES

NOV 2010 80PP

978-1-4051-9817-2 PR £19.99 €24.90

How to Write a Grant Application ALLAN HACKSHAW University College London, UK

✤✤ Provides a concise and easy-to-read overview of the main aspects of writing a grant application in clinical research ✤✤ Written by a highly experienced clinical trialist ✤✤ Covers the main reasons behind grant applications for a specific project, programme of projects and personal training programme/fellowship ✤✤ Includes a summary of what to include and what to avoid in order to increase the chance of a successful application READERSHIP: Health professionals undertaking research, and students

OCT 2010 96PP

978-1-4051-9755-7 PR £17.99 €22.90

User Involvement in Health Care TRISHA GREENHALGH, CHARLOTTE HUMPHREY & FRAN WOODARD University College London, UK; King’s College London, UK; Guy’s and St Thomas’ Charity Modernisation Initiative, London, UK

✤✤ Provides practical advice on ways that users can be involved in the process of improving healthcare in the context of the 21st century health economy ✤✤ Organised by diversity, complexity, fast changing needs, expectations and opportunities for delivering and receiving care ✤✤ Includes information on implementing the theory in an easy to understand manner ✤✤ Presents the the topic in three distinct areas of healthcare: kidney disease, stroke and sexual health - that between them provide multiple challenges READERSHIP: Practitioners, user organisations, managers and policy makers at all levels in health care

OCT 2010 180PP 978-1-4051-9149-4 PR £29.99 €37.90

Patient and Public Involvement Toolkit Edited by JULIA CARTWRIGHT & SALLY CROWE The Community Partnership Forum, Oxfordshire, UK; Crowe Associates Ltd, Oxfordshire, UK

✤✤ Provides information to implement a new core healthcare requirement - patient involvement ✤✤ Includes real case scenarios to illustrate the principles of effective PPI ✤✤ Follows the unique Toolkit series format of flowcharts and layouts that guide the reader through each section READERSHIP: PPI professionals, clinicians and medical students

OCT 2010 96PP

978-1-4051-9910-0 PR £16.99 €19.90

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Handbook of Epilepsy Treatment

MEDICINE

3rd Edition

SIMON D. SHORVON University College London, UK

✤✤ This concise, practical handbook emphasises clinical management and decision making ✤✤ Liberally illustrated with tables and management charts ✤✤ It is a quick access guide to all anti-epilepsy drugs and to surgical approaches to epilepsy management. READERSHIP: Neurologists in training and in practice

DEC 2010 480PP 978-1-4051-9818-9 PR £49.99 €62.90

REPLACES ISBN 978-1-4051-3134-6

Principles and Practice of Geriatric Psychiatry 3rd Edition

Edited by MOHAMMED M. ABOU-SALEH, CORNELIUS L.E. KATONA & ANAND KUMAR University of London, UK; University College London, UK; University of Illinois, USA

✤✤ Covers the whole range of mental illness in old age in detail ✤✤ Addresses the social aspects of disease and ageing as well as the biological ✤✤ A comprehensive review of the field in an easily accessible format, using short chapters addressing specific themes ✤✤ This edition has two new editors and a new team of six Section editors who bring fresh insight and ideas to this topic READERSHIP: Psychiatrists, geriatricians, neurologists, psychologists, medical schools, hospital and pharmaceutical company libraries

OCT 2010 976PP 978-0-470-74723-0 CL £150.00 €185.00

REPLACES ISBN 978-0-471-98197-8

The Use and Misuse of Psychiatric Drugs An Evidence-Based Critique

JOEL PARIS McGill University, USA

✤✤ A critical, balanced look at the evidence for the use of psychotropic medications in the treatment of psychiatric disorders ✤✤ Highlights the achievements of psychopharmacology and contrasts with cases where prescribing habits have developed in the absence of robust evidence ✤✤ Dr Paris considers alternatives to pharmacology and discusses the current trend to medicalizing what many would describe as normal distress ✤✤ Covers all the classes of major psychiatric drugs READERSHIP: Trainees in psychiatry, psychopharmacology, neuropharmacology, neurology; mental health workers, clinical psychologists, neuropsychologists, general practitioners, psychiatric social workers, basic scientists in the field of psychopharmacology

DEC 2010 224PP 978-0-470-74571-7 PR £37.50 €46.90

Psychodynamic Psychotherapy A Clinical Manual

DEBORAH L. CABANISS, SABRINA CHERRY, CAROLYN J. DOUGLAS & ANNA R. SCHWARTZ All of Columbia University, USA

✤✤ Offers a practical, step-by-step guide to the technique of psychodynamic psychotherapy, with instruction on listening, reflection, and intervention ✤✤ Full of real-world clinical vignettes, useful in understanding how to assess, introduce and begin psychotherapy with a patient ✤✤ Contains workbook style exercises to enable the reader to practice what they learn in each section ✤✤ Based on a tried and tested syllabus READERSHIP: Psychiatry trainees, psychology students, practising psychiatrists, psychologists, and social workers

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OCT 2010 352PP 978-0-470-68471-9 CL £49.99 €61.90


Minimizing Harm

ROBERT L. SADOFF University of Pennsylvania, USA

✤✤ Discusses the ethical and practical issues that affect forensic psychiatric practice ✤✤ Written by an outstanding figure in forensic psychiatry with extensive courtroom experience ✤✤ Covers the three key areas of forensic psychiatry: examination, report writing and testimony ✤✤ Illustrated with cases exemplifying the difficulties involved

MEDICINE

Ethical Issues in Forensic Psychiatry

READERSHIP: Forensic psychiatrists, forensic psychologists and forensic mental health workers

NOV 2010 240PP 978-0-470-67013-2 CL £44.99 €54.90

Depression and Diabetes Edited by WAYNE KATON, NORMAN SARTORIUS & MARIO MAJ University of Washington Medical School, USA; Association for the Improvement of Mental Health Programmes, Geneva, Switzerland; University of Naples SUN, Italy

✤✤ Depression is several times more prevalent among people with diabetes than those without. Also depression in patients with diabetes is associated with worse self-care adherence and metabolic control ✤✤ Provides physicians with effective management strategies in these difficult to manage patients ✤✤ Helpfully presents the evidence from a range of publications in a concise, easy-to-read format ✤✤ New title in the World Psychiatric Association series READERSHIP: Psychiatrists, clinical psychologists, diabetologists, endocrinologists and general practitioners, diabetes specialist nurses, mental health nurses SERIES: WORLD PSYCHIATRIC ASSOCIATION

SEP 2010 192PP 978-0-470-68838-0 PR £27.99 €34.90

Depression and Cancer Edited by DAVID KISSANE, MARIO MAJ & NORMAN SARTORIUS Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New York, USA; University of Naples SUN, Italy; Association for the Improvement of Mental Health Programmes, Geneva, Switzerland

✤✤ Depression is a frequent and serious comorbid condition in cancer - it has a major negative impact on quality of life of cancer patients and on their long-term prognosis ✤✤ The first book devoted to the interaction between these two important and common illnesses ✤✤ Helpfully presents the evidence from a range of publications in a concise, easy-to-read format ✤✤ New title in the World Psychiatric Association series READERSHIP: Psychiatrists, clinical psychologists, general practitioners, oncologists, oncology specialist nurses, mental health nurses SERIES: WORLD PSYCHIATRIC ASSOCIATION

NOV 2010 256PP 978-0-470-68966-0 PR £29.99 €36.90

Depression and Heart Disease Edited by ALEXANDER GLASSMAN, MARIO M. MAJ & NORMAN SARTORIUS Columbia University, USA; University of Naples SUN, Italy; Association for the Improvement of Mental Health Programmes, Geneva, Switzerland

✤✤ The prevalence of major depression among hospitalized patients with coronary artery disease has been reported to be between 17 and 27% ✤✤ Provides practical clinical guidance for treating the these two important and common disorders when they co-present ✤✤ Helpfully presents the evidence from a range of publications in a concise, easy-to-read format ✤✤ New title in the World Psychiatric Association series READERSHIP: Psychiatrists, clinical psychologists, cardiologists, general practitioners, cardiology specialist nurses, mental health nurses SERIES: WORLD PSYCHIATRIC ASSOCIATION

OCT 2010 192PP 978-0-470-71057-9 PR £29.99 €37.90

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European Handbook of Neurological Management

MEDICINE

Volume 1 2nd Edition

Edited by NILS ERIK GILHUS, MICHAEL R. BARNES & MICHAEL BRAININ University of Bergen and Haukeland University Hospital, Norway; University of Newcastle, UK; Donau University, Austria

✤✤ A compendium of peer-reviewed guidelines for the treatment and management of neurological disease derived from material published in the European Journal of Neurology ✤✤ Published in collaboration with the European Federation of Neurological Societies (EFNS) ✤✤ A book that any neurologist, without regard to national boundaries, will find useful in the day-to-day management of neurological disease READERSHIP: Neurologists in practice and training

DEC 2010 644PP 978-1-4051-8533-2 CL £120.00 €149.00

REPLACES ISBN 978-1-4051-3050-9

Cerebrovascular Ultrasound in Stroke Prevention and Treatment 2nd Edition

Edited by ANDREI V. ALEXANDROV University of Texas-Houston Medical School, USA

✤✤ Takes a practical approach to the examination of patients, the interpretation of ultrasound studies and the application of cerebrovascular ultrasound in treatment ✤✤ Written by the leading international experts in the field the book includes protocols ✤✤ New edition fully updated and remoulded to follow current practice ✤✤ Includes full colour images and case studies which reflect the improved quality of output due to technological advances Jacket from Previous Edition

READERSHIP: Neurologists, neurology trainees, radiologists, and cardiologists

OCT 2010 304PP 978-1-4051-9576-8 CL £119.99 €149.00

REPLACES ISBN 978-1-4051-0381-7

Inflammatory and Autoimmune Disorders of the Nervous System in Children No. 184 - 185

RUSSELL C. DALE & ANGELA VINCENT University of Sydney, Australia; University of Oxford, UK

✤✤ Inflammatory disorders of the nervous system, although individually uncommon, collectively make up 1020% of acute paediatric neurology presentations and many are potentially treatable ✤✤ Provides a detailed and comprehensive summary of the childhood diseases that are caused by the immune system and their treatments READERSHIP: Paediatricians, paediatric neurologists SERIES: CLINICS IN DEVELOPMENTAL MEDICINE

MAR 2010 448PP 978-1-898683-66-7 CL £110.00 €135.00

Manual of Perioperative Care in Adult Cardiac Surgery 5th Edition

ROBERT M. BOJAR St. Vincent Hospital, Worcester, USA

✤✤ The gold-standard guide to the management of adult patients undergoing cardiac surgery ✤✤ Offers a chronological approach to patient care starting with diagnostic tests then covering preoperative, intraoperative, and postoperative care issues ✤✤ Additional chapters discuss bleeding, the respiratory, cardiac, and renal subsystems as well as aspects of care specific to recovery on the postoperative floor ✤✤ Features completely updated references, information on new drug indications and new evidence to support various treatment/management options

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READERSHIP: Cardiologists and cardiothoracic surgeons, cardiology fellows, residents, cardiac care nurses and nurse practitioners, physicians assistants

DEC 2010 640PP 978-1-4443-3143-1 PR £39.95 €49.90

REPLACES ISBN 978-1-4051-0439-5


A Computed-Tomography-Based Atlas and Reference

Edited by FARHOOD SAREMI, ELOISA ARBUSTINI, STEPHAN ACHENBACH & JAGAT NARULA University of California at Irvine, USA, USA; Policlinico San Matteo, Pavia, Italy; Universitat Erlangen, Germany; University of California at Irvine, USA

✤✤ Presents the anatomy of the heart in an easy and understandable way, allowing for a dynamic assessment of the heart ✤✤ Features detailed, cross-sectional presentations of anatomic parts of the heart ✤✤ Written by anatomists, radiologists, cardiologists and surgeons for a completely holistic approach

MEDICINE

Revisiting Cardiac Anatomy

READERSHIP: Cardiologists and radiologists

NOV 2010 272PP 978-1-4051-9469-3 CL £99.99 €125.00

Nutrition, Metabolism and Cardiovascular Disease Edited by MARIO MANCINI, JOSE ORDOVAS, GABRIELLE RICCARDI, PAOLO RUBBA & PASQUALE STRAZZULLO Federico Ii University, Naples, Italy; Tufts University, USA; Federico Ii University, Naples, Italy; Federico Ii University, Naples, Italy; Federico Ii University, Naples, Italy

✤✤ The only comprehensive description currently available on the book market of these important pathogenetic aspects of cardiovascular disease ✤✤ Examines and updates the role of obesity, hyperlipidemia diabetes, hypertension, thrombosis, and ageing in atherogenesis ✤✤ Describes in detail the scientific and clinical evidence of the etiopathogenesis of ischemic heart disease, as well as of peripheral and cerebrovascular disease READERSHIP: Cardiologists and fellows in cardiology and its subspecialties, clinical investigators in cardiology, endocrinology, nutrition, diabetes, obesity

NOV 2010 368PP 978-1-4051-8276-8 CL £75.00 €92.90

Variant Haemoglobins An Aid to Identification

BARBARA J. BAIN, BARBARA WILD, LORRAINE PHELAN & ADRIAN STEPHENS St Mary’s Hospital, London, UK; King’s College Hospital, London, UK; St Mary’s Hospital, London, UK; King’s College Hospital, London, UK

✤✤ Haemoglobinopathies refers to a range of genetically inherited disorders of red haemoglobin and includes sickle cell diseases and the thalassaemias ✤✤ Covers common and important variant haemoglobins in addition to rarer ones ✤✤ Includes 650 high quality four colour digital images ✤✤ Essential reference source for diagnosis in the haematology laboratory ✤✤ Written by team of authors with over 20 years’ experience in the diagnosis of variant haemoglobins READERSHIP: Clinical and laboratory haematologists in practice and in training, haematopathologists

NOV 2010 200PP 978-1-4051-6715-4 CL £89.99 €112.00

Leukemias

Principles and Practice of Therapy

Edited by HAGOP KANTARJIAN & STEFAN FADERL Both of University of Texas, MD Anderson Cancer Center, USA

✤✤ Edited by experts from one of the world’s largest leukaemia centres, this book covers the biology of the variety of leukemic disorders, provides up-to-date information on diagnostic testing, and highlights the many new developments in therapy ✤✤ Includes practical information on special and often challenging situations, such as treatment of elderly patients, pregnancy, relapsed and refractory disease ✤✤ Incorporates chapters on supportive care and pharmacologic information about the most frequently used drugs in this area READERSHIP: Specialist physicians in haematology and oncology

DEC 2010 456PP 978-1-4051-8235-5 CL £80.00 €99.90

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Hemostasis and Thrombosis in Obstetrics and Gynecology

MEDICINE

MICHAEL PAIDAS, CHARLES J. LOCKWOOD, NAZLI HOSSAIN, TAHIR SHAHIR, MARC RODGER & JENS LANGHOFF-ROOS Yale University, USA; Yale University, USA; Dow University, Pakistan; Bismillah Taqee Institute of Health Science, Pakistan; The Ottawa Hospital, Canada; Rigshospitalet, Denmark

✤✤ Outlines current understanding and clinical practice concerning haemostasis and thrombosis, for obstetrics and gynaecology, in both developed and developing world situations ✤✤ Written by experts in both women’s health and haemostasis/thrombosis to ensure expertise from both disciplines is integrated ✤✤ Provides summary boxes: key trials, what to do in an emergency and key clinical must-do steps READERSHIP: Obstetricians, gynaecologists and haematologists

OCT 2010 300PP 978-1-4051-8399-4 CL £69.99 €87.90

Bonney’s Gynaecological Surgery 11th Edition

TITO LOPES, NICK SPIRTOS, RAJ NAIK & JOHN M. MONAGHAN All of Queen Elizabeth II Hospital, Newcastle, UK

✤✤ A firm favourite for gynaecological surgical practice since 1911, extensively revised by leading gynaecological surgeons ✤✤ Provides information on reconstructive surgery, anaesthesia, information technology and audit, complications and quality ✤✤ Focuses on the most commonly performed procedures with emphasis on evidence-based decision making and the increasing use of laparoscopy in diagnostic and surgical procedures READERSHIP: Gynaecologists in practice and in training

DEC 2010 336PP 978-1-4051-9565-2 CL £89.99 €109.00

REPLACES ISBN 978-0-6320-5419-0

Endobronchial Ultrasonography Edited by NORIAKI KURIMOTO, DAVID FIELDING & ALI MUSANI St Marianna University, Japan; Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, Australia; Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, USA

✤✤ A practical guide in the use of EBUS (Endobronchial Ultrasound) to diagnose and stage lung cancer and the variety of different tumours of the chest region ✤✤ Covers all of the standard techniques and the new developments involved in EBUS, as it combines two common procedures - bronchoscopy and real-time ultrasonography ✤✤ Features over 250 high quality colour digital images to illustrate the different applications of EBUS ✤✤ Includes case presentations incorporated at the end of the application chapters to help diagnosis READERSHIP: Respiratory physicians, pulmonologists and bronchoscopists, who all use interventional pulmonology to diagnose and assess the extent of chest diseases

DEC 2010 300PP 978-1-4051-8272-0 CL £99.95 €125.00

British Association of Dermatologists Management Guidelines Edited by N.H. COX & JOHN ENGLISH Cumberland Infirmary, Carlisle, UK; Nottingham University Hospital, UK

✤✤ Presents the complete range of British Journal of Dermatology (BJD) guidelines on a range of dermatological topics ✤✤ Divided into three clear sections; Skin Cancer, Inflammatory Dermatoses and Systemic Therapies ✤✤ Includes an explanation on the process by which the guidelines are generated and comparisons with other guidelines to provide an international perspective ✤✤ Features summary boxes to aid implementation in practice READERSHIP: Dermatologists and dermatology trainees

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OCT 2010 360PP 978-1-4443-3552-1 CL £64.99 €79.90


Edited by PAAVO V. KOMI University of Jyvaskyla, Finland

✤✤ An authoritative discussion of neuromuscular activity as it relates to competitive sports ✤✤ Contains chapters devoted to the stretch-shortening cycle (SSC), the mechanical efficiency of SSC exercise, SSC fatigue, sensorimotor training, training as a countermeasure for aging, and more READERSHIP: Clinical sports medicine specialists, sport scientists, biomechanists, and graduate students in these areas

NOV 2010 608PP 978-1-4443-3447-0 CL £99.00 €119.00

Encyclopaedic Companion to Medical Statistics

MEDICINE / NURSING

Neuromuscular Aspects of Sports Performance

2nd Edition

BRIAN S. EVERITT Institute of Psychiatry, UK

✤✤ Contains accounts of over 400 statistical topics central to current medical research ✤✤ 90% of current entries updated and revised ✤✤ Presents the latest techniques used at the cutting edge of medical research ✤✤ Covers common errors in statistical analyses in medicine ✤✤ Real examples from the biomedical literature and relevant illustrations feature throughout READERSHIP: Medical researchers and statisticians, researchers and practitioners in medical research and statistics area

OCT 2010 488PP 978-0-470-68419-1 CL £45.00 €54.90

General Hospital Care for People with Learning Disabilities Lynn Hannon & Julie Clift Both East Lancashire PCT

✤✤ The first text to explore meeting the health care needs of people with a learning disability in acute settings ✤✤ Addresses the key areas of difficulty highlighted in current research and presents information in a very practical and user friendly format ✤✤ Written by experts in the field READERSHIP Primary: Pre and Post registration learning disability nursing students; Learning Disability liaison nurses; learning disability management teams; students on ‘health facilitation’ modules. Secondary: Students on the adult branch of the nursing programme; acute adult nurses; acute wards

Nov 2010 224PP 978-1-4051-8563-9 PR £32.50 €39.90

Research for Evidence Based Practice in Healthcare 2nd Edition

ROBERT NEWELL & PHILIP BURNARD University of Bradford, UK; Cardiff University, UK

✤✤ A practical guide to research methods and evidence-based practice ✤✤ New edition of a successful student textbook ✤✤ Includes a glossary of common research terms ✤✤ Provides case studies, key points, further reading, and activities throughout ✤✤ Accompanying website, featuring further case studies, exercises, and links to further reading READERSHIP: Registration students; newly qualified nurses; midwifery and health care students

OCT 2010 312PP 978-1-4443-3112-7 PR £22.50 €27.90

REPLACES ISBN 978-1-4051-2562-8

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Clinical Governance

NURSING / HEALTH SCIENCE

3rd Edition

ROBERT MCSHERRY & PADDY PEARCE Teeside University, UK; NHS North Yorkshire and York, UK

✤✤ Third edition of a successful text on clinical governance ✤✤ Each chapter includes reflective questions, activities and case studies taken from clinical practice as well as a full list of references and further reading ✤✤ Provides step-by-step practical advice, facilitating better understanding of the key principles of clinical governance READERSHIP: Undergraduate and postgraduate students, doctors, allied healthcare professionals, team leaders, managers, practice development advisors, service improvement leads, clinical matrons, nurse consultants, sisters, charge nurses and staff nurses

OCT 2010 184PP 978-1-4443-3111-0 PR £24.99 €29.90

REPLACES ISBN 978-1-4051-3920-5

Clinical Context for Evidence-based Nursing Practice Edited by BRIDIE KENT & BRENDAN MCCORMACK Deakin University, Australia; University of Ulster, UK

✤✤ An informative, practical international resource for nurses and other health care professionals ✤✤ Critically appraises contextual issues in relation to evidence based practice and addresses the need to consider contextual factors across the spectrum of care ✤✤ Explores context-related models and approaches to support and assess evidence implementation ✤✤ Includes case examples from a range of healthcare settings worldwide ✤✤ Informs implementation of best practice ✤✤ Enables effective decision making in person-centred care ✤✤ Explores future directions and implications READERSHIP: Nurses, especially those in advanced practice with an interest in evidence-based nursing, practice development and practice innovation

SEP 2010 224PP 978-1-4051-8433-5 PR £29.99 €36.90

Understanding Children and Young People’s Mental Health Edited by ANNE CLAVEIROLE & MARTIN GAUGHAN Both of Napier University

✤✤ Brings together specialist practitioners and academics in the field ✤✤ Incorporates the latest guidelines and policies ✤✤ Practical and accessible in style with learning outcomes, activities, examples and recommended reading in each chapter READERSHIP: Pre and post-qualifying studies in the health and social care professions (nurses, social workers, occupational therapists, primary mental health workers)

NOV 2010 336PP 978-0-470-72345-6 PR £29.99 €36.90

Basic Guide to Orthodontic Dental Nursing FIONA GRIST Worthing Hospital, UK and Vice President of the Orthodontic National Group for Dental Nurses and Therapists

✤✤ A must-have introduction for all dental nurses seeking to develop their knowledge and understanding of this core area of clinical practice ✤✤ Clear and accessible, with colour illustration throughout, the book is a guide for all dental nurses with an interest in orthodontics ✤✤ Designed to reflect sections of the syllabus of the Certificate in Orthodontic Dental Nursing ✤✤ Part of the Basic Guides series - published in a compact format for portability and easy reference READERSHIP: Dental nurses, dental nurses studying for the postgraduate certificate in orthodontic dental nursing, orthodontic therapists, trainee dental nurses SERIES: BASIC GUIDES

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SEP 2010 336PP 978-1-4443-3318-3 PR £25.99 €27.90


Edited by JUDI EDMANS University of Nottingham, UK

✤✤ Encourages and assists therapists to use their skills in problem solving, building on techniques taught and observed as an undergraduate ✤✤ Written and edited by occupational therapists, the book acknowledges the variety of techniques that may be used in stroke management and the scope of the occupational therapist s role ✤✤ Written in a user-friendly style and presented in a form that enables the therapist to review the subject prior to assessment and treatment planning ✤✤ Fully revised and updated in line with the WHO ICF model, National Clinical Guidelines and Occupational Therapy standards READERSHIP: Occupational therapists and occupational therapy students

JUN 2010 264PP 978-1-4051-9266-8 PR £29.99 €37.90

Normal Binocular Vision DAVID STIDWILL & ROBERT FLETCHER Aston University, Birmingham, UK; City University, London, UK

✤✤ Chapters span such key topics as binocular summation, fusion, the normal horopter, anatomy of the extraocular muscles, oculomotor control, binocular integration, and depth perception ✤✤ Fully illustrated throughout, the book includes self-assessment exercises at the end of each chapter, and sample experiments in binocular vision functioning

HEALTH SCIENCE / DENTISTRY

Occupational Therapy and Stroke

READERSHIP: Students of optometry, orthoptics, and ophthalmology, and psychology

OCT 2010 288PP 978-1-4051-9250-7 CL £39.99 €49.90

Real Anatomy Software DVD 2.0

MARK NIELSEN & SHAWN D. MILLER Both of University of Utah, USA

✤✤ 3D imaging software helps make the anatomy come to life with this new DVD ✤✤ Allows Students to test themselves and prepare for practical exams ✤✤ Includes histology, which is viewed via a virtual microscope at varied levels of magnification READERSHIP: Undergraduate students

DEC 2010

978-0-470-57473-7 SOFTWARE £29.99 €59.90

REPLACES ISBN 978-0-470-11483-4

Clinical Cases in Restorative and Reconstructive Dentistry GREGORY J. TARANTOLA Private Practice, Miami, Florida, USA; Pankey Institute, Florida, USA

✤✤ Unique case-based format supports problem-based learning ✤✤ Promotes independent learning through self-assessment and critical thinking ✤✤ Highly illustrated with full-colour clinical cases ✤✤ Covers all essential topics within reconstructive and restorative dentistry READERSHIP: Pre-doctoral dental students, postgraduate residents and practitioners

AUG 2010 480PP 978-0-8138-1564-0 PR £61.99 €77.90

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Three-Dimensional Imaging for Orthodontics and Maxillofacial Surgery CHUNG HOW KAU & STEPHEN RICHMOND University of Texas, Cardiff University Dental School

✤✤ Applies principles of 3D imaging to orthodontic practice ✤✤ Surveys and analyzes current technologies and modalities, relating them to clinical usage ✤✤ Companion website with motion images ✤✤ Richly illustrated in full colour throughout ✤✤ Brings together expert contributors for an international perspective READERSHIP: Orthodontists and oral and maxillofacial surgeons, dental radiologists, general dentists, researchers, trainees and postgraduate students

OCT 2010 336PP 978-1-4051-6240-1 CL £95.00 €115.00

Health Behavior Change in the Dental Practice Edited by CHRISTOPH RAMSEIER & JEAN E. SUVAN University of Berne, Switzerland; UCL Eastman Dental Institute, UK

✤✤ Applies motivational interviewing techniques directly to dentistry ✤✤ Provides a workable strategy for health behaviour change in the dental practice ✤✤ Focuses on improving clinician - patient communication skills for the best treatment outcomes ✤✤ Draws on real-life examples ✤✤ Provides thorough review of supporting literature READERSHIP: Dental hygienists and assistants, general dentists and specialists, in particular periodontists

SEP 2010 184PP 978-0-8138-2106-1 PR £29.99 €36.90

Basics of Dental Technology A Step by Step Approach

ANTHONY JOHNSON, DUNCAN WOOD, CHRISTOPHER W. STOKES, DAVID G. WILDGOOSE & DAVID G. PATRICK All University of Sheffield, UK

✤✤ Employs a task-based approach, offering step-by-step guidance to the current techniques and materials used in dental technology ✤✤ Provides thorough instruction as to core competencies in impression handling, model production, tray construction, articulators and facebows ✤✤ Also introduces the reader to the basics of more specific and/or specialist areas of practice such as denture prosthetics, fixed prosthodontics, orthodontic work, maxillofacial technology, occlusion and implants ✤✤ Provides a ready reference to instruments, equipment and key terms as well as advice on establishing effective communication within the dental team and study tips READERSHIP: Undergraduate dentistry students, trainee dental technicians, dentists and dental technicians

NOV 2010 256PP 978-1-4051-7875-4 PR £38.50 €47.90

Handbook of Veterinary Nursing 2nd Edition

HILARY ORPET & PERDI WELSH Both of The Royal Veterinary College, UK

✤✤ Presents clear guidance on developing and delivering high quality nursing care and skills ✤✤ Ideal for both exam revision and quick reference in clinic ✤✤ Gives clinical advice quickly and simply ✤✤ Contains essential calculations ✤✤ Illustrated in colour throughout READERSHIP: Veterinary nurses and students of veterinary nursing

OCT 2010 368PP 978-1-4051-4553-4 PR £29.99 €37.90

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Edited by GARY D. OSWEILER, LYNN R. HOVDA, AHNA G. BRUTLAG & JUSTINE A. LEE Iowa State University, USA; Pet Poison Helpline and SafetyCall International, PLLC; Pet Poison Helpline and SafetyCall International, PLLC; Pet Poison Helpline and SafetyCall International, PLLC

✤✤ Presents essential information on diagnostics, therapeutics, and prevention of major toxicoses ✤✤ Takes the popular Five-Minute presentation to provide information in a succinct, consistent, and accessible format ✤✤ Offers tables and algorithms for quick differential diagnosis ✤✤ Arranges important toxicants alphabetically to allow clinicians to quickly find information in an emergency

VETERINARY

Blackwell’s Five-Minute Veterinary Consult Clinical Companion Small Animal Toxicology

✤✤ Includes colour photos to aid in plant identification READERSHIP: Veterinary general practitioners and students SERIES: 5MVC

OCT 2010 920PP 978-0-8138-1985-3 PR £59.99 €73.90

BSAVA Manual of Surgical Principles Edited by STEPHEN BAINES, VICKY LIPSCOMB & TIM HUTCHINSON Royal Veterinary College, UK

✤✤ Presents the basic principles upon which the practice of modern veterinary surgery is based ✤✤ Provides practical examples of why these principles are important ✤✤ Very readable and relevant for the veterinary surgeon in practice READERSHIP: Veterinarians in general practice SERIES: BSAVA

NOV 2010 252PP 978-1-905319-25-1 PR £80.00 €97.90

Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care Case Studies in Client Communication, Morbidity and Mortality

LISA POWELL, ELIZABETH A. ROZANSKI & JOHN E. RUSH University of Minnesota, USA; Tufts University, USA; Tufts University, USA

✤✤ Uses a case-based format providing real cases in veterinary emergency and critical care medicine ✤✤ Highlights preventable errors in medical judgment and client communication in order to avoid repeating them ✤✤ Will help practitioners improve standards of veterinary professional care in a rapidly growing field ✤✤ Written by three highly qualified and respected emergency and critical care veterinarians with a wealth of experience READERSHIP: Veterinarians practicing emergency and critical care medicine, post-doctorate interns and residents in veterinary emergency and critical care medicine, veterinary students and practice managers

OCT 2010 216PP 978-1-4051-6752-9 PR £30.99 €38.90

Advances in the Canine Cranial Cruciate Ligament Edited by PETER MUIR University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA

✤✤ Presents a state-of-the-art summary of current knowledge on the most important orthopaedic condition in dogs ✤✤ First book in the Advances in Veterinary Surgery series published in association with the ACVS Foundation ✤✤ Examines the topic from a cross-disciplinary, evidence-based approach ✤✤ Led by a highly respected surgeon and researcher, with chapters written by leading experts in the field ✤✤ Surveys and condenses the peer-reviewed literature into a readable reference ✤✤ Offers a thorough grounding in this important structure for improved diagnosis and management of cruciate rupture READERSHIP: Veterinary surgeons, clinicians, and students SERIES: Advances in Veterinary Surgery

SEP 2010 312PP 978-0-8138-1852-8 CL £77.99 €97.90

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An Introduction to Forensic Genetics

LIFE SCIENCE

2nd Edition

WILLIAM GOODWIN, ADRIAN LINACRE & SIBTE HADI University of Central Lancashire, UK; University of Strathclyde, UK; University of Central Lancashire, UK

✤✤ Greater in-depth coverage of kinship problems now covered in two separate chapters ✤✤ New chapter on non-human forensic genetics, including identification of bacteria and viruses, animals and plants ✤✤ Self assessment questions to aid student understanding throughout the text ✤✤ Now with full colour illustrations throughout and new companion website ✤✤ Accessible introduction to forensic genetics, from the collection of evidence to the presentation of evidence in a legal context READERSHIP: Undergraduate and postgraduate students, practicing forensic scientists SERIES: ESSENTIAL FORENSIC SCIENCE

dec 2010 208PP 978-0-470-71019-7 PR £27.50 €32.90

REPLACES ISBN 978-0-470-01026-6 (pr) and 978-0-470-01025-9 (cl)

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978-0-470-71018-0 CL £80.00 €97.90

Current Practise in Forensic Medicine Edited by JOHN GALL & Jason Payne-James Principal, Southern Medical Services, Melbourne, Australia; Metropolitan Police Service and City of London Police

✤✤ Targeted at practitioners in the field of forensic medicine ✤✤ Provides a unique, overview and critical commentary on current forensic medical practice throughout the world ✤✤ Authoritative - edited and written by leading international experts in the field ✤✤ Topical - focuses on key topics of interest ✤✤ Invaluable colour resource ✤✤ Published in four colour throughout, this guide provides a wealth of images including; X-ray, CT, MRI and bone scans to support critical evaluation of key topics within the text READERSHIP: Doctors (forensic specialists, forensic specialty trainees, emergency physicians, paediatricians, obstetricians, general practitioners), lawyers, police, forensic dental practitioners, forensic scientists, government organisations involved in child protection, non-government organisations involved in child protection

dec 2010 352PP 978-0-470-74487-1 CL £60.00 €73.90

Marine Ecology Concepts and Applications

MARTIN R. SPEIGHT & P. A. HENDERSON Both of University of Oxford, UK

✤✤ Concise textbook of marine ecology designed for senior undergraduate students of ecology ✤✤ Covers topics such as the principles of oceanography important to ecology, discussions of the magnitude of marine biodiversity and the factors influencing it, the functioning of marine ecosystems within trophic levels, different trophic level interactions, and more applied aspects of marine ecology ✤✤ Illustrated in full colour and illustrations from the book are available as downloads from a website READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates and graduates taking courses in marine ecology

APR 2010 256PP 978-1-4443-3545-3 PR £34.99 €42.90

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978-1-4051-2699-1 CL £90.00 €109.00

Functional Genomics and Proteomics of CNS Disorders SCOTT HEMBY & STEPHEN GINSBERG Wake Forest University School of Medicine; New York University School of Medicine, USA

✤✤ A presentation of the most current tools, their relative abilities and limitations ✤✤ Assesses the differences in protein expression ✤✤ Divided into three parts, methods, applications to neuroscience and implications for clinical therapy READERSHIP: Graduate students, upper level undergraduates and research level neuroscientists

oct 2010 304PP 978-1-4051-3347-0 PR £29.50 €34.90

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A Pocket Guide

PHILIP BONNER & ALAN HARGREAVES Both of Nottingham Trent University, UK

✤✤ Portable - specifically designed to fit in a lab coat pocket, this handy, user-friendly, guide and reference is specially tailored to help inexperienced bioscience students, at the critical point when they most need it - in the lab! ✤✤ User-friendly - clearly written, accessible and informative this guide covers everything the reader needs to know to succeed in the practical aspects of their course ✤✤ Supportive - includes numerous worked examples of the calculations that first year students have to master to present and analyse their findings

LIFE SCIENCE

Bioscience Laboratory Techniques

✤✤ Invaluable - a comprehensive list of suggestions for further reading and study provides an additional resource for those readers who would like to find out more about the various techniques introduced within the book READERSHIP: All first year bioscience/biomedical students taking a compulsory course in lab techniques, biologists, foundation degree students and lab technician trainees

dec 2010 224PP 978-0-470-74309-6 PR £16.99 €20.90

Handbook of Therapeutic Antibodies Technologies, Emerging Developments and Approved Therapeutics Softcover Edition

STEFAN DÜBEL University of Braunschweig, Germany

✤✤ The most comprehensive reference source for the development, production and therapeutic application of antibodies ✤✤ Contains detailed information including clinical data about 30 types of antibodies currently approved for therapeutic purposes ✤✤ Now available as a paperback version ✤✤ Beyond providing current knowledge, the authors outline emerging technologies, future developments, and discuss intellectual property issues READERSHIP: Pharmaceutical industry, biotechnological industry, biotechnological institutes, pharmaceutical laboratories, physicians in hospitals, immunologists, pharmacologists, lecturers in pharmacy, cancer researchers, biotechnologists

jun 2010 1250PP 978-3-527-32902-1 PR £170.00 €199.00

Culture of Animal Cells

A Manual of Basic Technique and Specialized Applications 6th Edition

R. IAN FRESHNEY University of Glasgow, UK

✤✤ Updates on molecular hybridization, somatic cell fusion, hybridomas, and DNA transfer ✤✤ Presents the current problems, contamination, and misidentification (including cross-contamination) and tries to identify areas of current application with protocols in some of the more popular areas ✤✤ Problem-solving chapter at the end, together with a glossary of terms, advice on sourcing materials, and a list of suppliers ✤✤ Contains many specialized protocols and advice on how to apply some of the basic protocols to teaching cell culture READERSHIP: Graduate students, research scientists and clinical scientists, technicians and laboratory managers, undergraduate students, technician trainees

sep 2010 912PP 978-0-470-52812-9 CL £66.95 €83.90

Hormones in Neurodegeneration, Neuroprotection and Neurogenesis Edited by ACHILLE G. GRAVANIS & SYNTHIA H. MELLON University of Crete, Greece; University of California, San Francisco, USA

✤✤ Neurodegeneration, the progressive loss of nerve cells, occurs in aging and in neurodegenerative disorders, such as Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, Multiple Sclerosis and Huntington’s disease, and in stroke, head and spinal trauma ✤✤ Offers a comprehensive account of the role of steroid and polypeptide hormones in neuroprotection and neurodegenerative diseases and discusses potential applications of hormones as therapeutic agents ✤✤ Written by a group of top world experts involved in the study of the mechanisms of hormonal control of brain damage and repair READERSHIP: Neurobiologists, students, lecturers, endocrinologists, gynaecologists, neurochemists, libraries, biotechnological institutes

DEC 2010 450PP 978-3-527-32627-3 CL £110.00 €129.00

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Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Disorders

LIFE SCIENCE

A Health Policy Perspective

Edited by EDWARD P. RILEY, STERLING CLARREN, JOANNE WEINBERG & EGON JONSSON San Diego State University, USA; University of British Columbia, Canada; University of British Columbia, Canada; University of Alberta, Canada

✤✤ A compendium on the molecular basis, prevalence, treatment options, socioeconomic impact and prevention strategies of Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Disorders (FADS) ✤✤ Gives new insights into the molecular basis of the different alcohol related disorders ✤✤ Edited by all world experts on the topic ✤✤ An invaluable resource for every professional dealing with diagnosis, prevention and treatment of FADS READERSHIP: Public health agencies, gynaecologists, factory doctors, teachers, social education workers, social psychologists Series: Health care and Disease Management

OCT 2010 568PP 978-3-527-32839-0 CL £105.00 €119.00

Biotechnology Edited by ALFRED PÜHLER & FRIEDRICH SRIENC University of Bielefeld, Germany; University of Minnesota, USA

✤✤ Clear, concise, and comprehensive, this book gives scientists all the background material which is indispensable for modern research and development of biotech products and processes ✤✤ In recognition of the enormous advances in biotechnology in recent years, the third edition has been completely revised and updated ✤✤ Extraordinarily broad in scope, up-to-date, carefully structured and well-balanced ✤✤ “Biotechnology certainly belongs in every biotech oriented library in universities, public and private institutes or in companies with any kind of biotech activity. Its topicality is remarkable and it is extraordinarily broad in scope and at the same time well structured.” (Review to the 2nd edition in BioWorld) READERSHIP: Biotechnologists, biotechnological industry, pharmaceutical industry, biochemists, molecular biologists, microbiologists, cell biologists

DEC 2010 4500PP 978-3-527-31428-7 CL £1,590.00 €2,385.00

REPLACES ISBN 978-3-527-28310-1

Encyclopedia of Life Sciences Supplementary 6 Volume Set, Volumes 27-32

JOHN WILEY & SONS LTD ✤✤ Part of the Encyclopedia of Life Sciences (ELS) ✤✤ Provides the most comprehensive and up-to-date information in Life Sciences ✤✤ Colour illustrations and tables accompany articles, with appendix and glossary material providing essential information for the non-specialist ✤✤ Articles are peer-reviewed to ensure a balanced representation of the literature READERSHIP: Researchers, students and teachers

MAR 2010 3896PP 978-0-470-66367-7 CL £995.00 €1,249.00

Encyclopedia of Life Sciences 32 Volume Set

JOHN WILEY & SONS LTD ✤✤ Comprises of the original 20 volumes of ELS (published in 2002), the supplementary Volumes 21-26 published in 2007, and Volumes 27-32 published in 2010 ✤✤ Together, they provide the most comprehensive and up-to-date information in Life Sciences ✤✤ Spanning the entire spectrum of the life sciences, ELS features more than 4,300 specially commissioned and peer-reviewed articles ✤✤ Colour illustrations and tables accompany articles, with appendix and glossary material ✤✤ All articles have been peer-reviewed to ensure a balanced representation of the literature READERSHIP: Researchers, students and teachers

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MAR 2010 22244PP 978-0-470-66478-0 CL £5,670.00 €6,999.00


Second International Symposium

ALLAN L. GOLDSTEIN & ENRICO GARACI The George Washington University Medical Center; University of Rome “Tor Vergata”

✤✤ Features contributions on the latest advances in the chemistry, biology and clinical applications of the thymosins from leading scientists and clinicians working in the field ✤✤ Examines advances in the structure, design, immunology and molecular biology of thymosin alpha 1 (Tα1), prothymosin alpha (ProTα) and thymosin beta 4 (Tβ4) ✤✤ Explores the role of the thymosins in cardioprotection, neuroplasticity, stem cells, wound healing, inflammation and angiogenesis

LIFE SCIENCE

Thymosins in Health and Disease

✤✤ Part of the Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences series READERSHIP: Researchers and clinicians in the field of thymosin research, biochemists, pharmacologists, and immunologists SERIES: NEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES

JUL 2010 300PP 978-1-57331-801-3 PR £70.00 €84.90

High-Pressure Bioscience and Biotechnology Edited by DOUGLAS H. BARTLETT Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD

✤✤ Examines pressure influences on biological processes ✤✤ Topics include pressure pasteurization, food processing, food chemistry, the thermodynamic influences of pressure on proteins, lipids, nucleic acids and other molecules, and high pressure (HP) life in deep-sea and deep-subsurface environments ✤✤ Features proceedings of the Fifth International High-Pressure Bioscience and Biotechnology Conference, held on Sept. 15-19, 2008 in La Jolla, California ✤✤ Part of the Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences series READERSHIP: Researchers in chemistry, engineering, and biotechnology SERIES: NEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES

APR 2010 352PP 978-1-57331-771-9 PR £70.00 €84.90

The Year in Cognitive Neuroscience 2010 ALAN KINGSTONE & MICHAEL B. MILLER University of British Columbia, Canada; University of California, Santa Barbara, USA

✤✤ Presents the leading scientists current thinking on the exciting advances in the fields ✤✤ Features reflections on the field’s understanding of the neural basis of social cognition ✤✤ Presents analysis of what magnetoencephalography (MEG) has contributed to our understanding of the neural mechanisms of cognitive function ✤✤ Demonstrates an anatomical model of language based on the synthesis of over 100 fMRI studies performed in 2009 ✤✤ Part of the Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences series READERSHIP: Researchers in the field of cognitive neuroscience, neurology, psychology, and behavioral science SERIES: NEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES

MAY 2010 252PP 978-1-57331-790-0 PR £70.00 €84.90

Ecological Complexity and Sustainability BAI-LIAN LI University of California, Riverside, USA

✤✤ Includes contributions that focus on the integrative aspects of all ecological science and its application under the umbrella of “sustainability” ✤✤ Aims to provide greater understanding of both the natural and social sciences with the policy and decisionmaking community to develop, provide the basis for sustainable solutions to environmental problems ✤✤ Features contributions presented at Eco Summit 2007 held May 22-27,2007 in Beijing ✤✤ Part of the Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences series READERSHIP: Researchers and professionals in the fields of ecology, environmental science, and urban planning and development SERIES: NEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES

JUN 2010 300PP 978-1-57331-744-3 PR £70.00 €84.90

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The Year in Ecology and Conservation Biology 3

LIFE SCIENCE

RICHARD S. OSTFELD & WILLIAM H. SCHLESINGER Both of Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies, New York, USA

✤✤ Features a diverse collection of timely reviews on current problems in conservation biology and their scientific, policy, and management implications ✤✤ Includes a review of the human impacts on native bee populations to examinations of excess nitrogen deposition in native plant communities, and of mercury in stream ecosystems ✤✤ Looks prospectively at future human effects on the environment ✤✤ Examines the health and economic implications of environmental change ✤✤ Part of the Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences series READERSHIP: Graduate students, researchers, policy makers and those involved in environmental management SERIES: NEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES

MAY 2010 300PP 978-1-57331-791-7 PR £70.00 €84.90

Aging, Cancer and Age-related Disease Common Mechanisms?

Edited by ROBERT M. TANGUAY Université Laval, Québec, Canada

✤✤ Explores current research linking aging, age-related diseases, neurodegeneration, and cancer ✤✤ Features wide perspectives on aging including metabolic and cellular interventions in aging, oxidative stress resistance, and protein folding and quality control ✤✤ Includes papers presented at 13th Congress of the Association of Biomedical Gerontology ✤✤ Part of the Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences series READERSHIP: Graduate students and researchers in the fields of biomedical gerontology, cell and molecular biology, neuroscience, and oncology SERIES: NEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES

JUL 2010 300PP 978-1-57331-796-2 PR £70.00 €84.90

Cellular and Network Functions in the Spinal Cord LEA ZISKIND-CONHAIM, JOSEPH R. FETCHO, SHAWN HOCHMAN, AMY B. MACDERMOTT & PAUL S. G. STEIN University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA; Cornell University, New York, USA; Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, USA; Columbia University, New York, USA; University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA

✤✤ Examines the mechanisms that underlie the generation of sensory and motor activity in the functional and dysfunctional spinal cord ✤✤ Explores topics in both basic and translational neuroscience ✤✤ Covers a wide range of topics from genetic, synaptic, and cellular mechanisms underlying network development and functions to plasticity and regeneration following spinal cord injury ✤✤ Part of the Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences series READERSHIP: Researchers and clinicians in neuroscience and neurology SERIES: NEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES

AUG 2010 300PP 978-1-57331-778-8 PR £70.00 €84.90

Bacterial Pathogenesis A Molecular Approach 3rd Edition

ABIGAIL SALYERS, BRENDA WILSON, DIXIE WHITT & MALCOLM WINKLER University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA; University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA; University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA; Indiana University, USA

✤✤ Completely revised and updated ✤✤ Reflects the new face of pathogenesis research with coverage of microbial ecology and pathobiology of different bacterial diseases ✤✤ Snapshots of each organism appear at the beginning of the chapter in which it is covered ✤✤ Summary sections are presented as outlines and tables READERSHIP: Students and researchers

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NOV 2010 472PP 9781555814182

REPLACES ISBN 978-1-55581-171-6

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3rd Edition

RICHARD H. BALTZ, JULIAN E. DAVIES & ARNOLD L. DEMAIN Cubist Pharmaceuticals, USA; University of British Columbia, Canada; Charles A. Dana Research Insitute for Scientists Emeriti (R.I.S.E.) of Drew University, USA

✤✤ Comprehensively updated third edition of the best-selling Manual of Industrial Microbiology and Biotechnology (MIMB) ✤✤ Brings together in one place the platform biological and engineering methodologies required to develop a successful industrial process through culture isolation and development ✤✤ Enlists a broad range of experts, who offer practical experience not found in texts and journals ✤✤ Serves as a valuable “how-to” resource, the structure of which resembles the sequence of operation involved in the development of a commercial biological process and product

LIFE SCIENCE

Manual of Industrial Microbiology and Biotechnology

READERSHIP: Microbial ecologists, physiologists, geneticists, biochemists, molecular biologists, and biochemical engineers SERIES: AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MICROBIOLOGY

may 2010 788PP

978-1-555-81512-7 CL £142.00 €175.00

REPLACES ISBN 978-1-55581-128-0

The Lure of Bacterial Genetics A Tribute to John Roth

STANLEY MALOY, JOSEP CASADESÚS & KELLY HUGHES San Diego State University, USA; Universidad de Sevilla, Spain; University of Utah, USA

✤✤ Assembled collection of essays in bacterial genetics to honor John Roth for his many contributions to Microbial Genetics ✤✤ In addition to training many productive scientists, John Roth has played a central role in the development of modern “advanced bacterial genetics” ✤✤ Provides useful insights into microbial genetics ✤✤ An engaging read for those interested in learning about the personalities of science and how science works READERSHIP: Bacterial geneticists, molecular biologists, phage biologists, students and those with a serious interest in the history of modern genetics and molecular biology SERIES: AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MICROBIOLOGY

OCT 2010 352PP 978-1-555-81538-7 CL £97.50 €122.00

Stable Isotopes in Microbial Molecular Ecology J. COLIN MURRELL & ANDREW S. WHITELEY University of Warwick, UK; CEH – Oxford, UK

✤✤ Covers more recent use of stable isotopes—chiefly oxygen, nitrogen and carbon—in ecological and climate studies ✤✤ Contains chapters by leading researchers in microbial ecology who have been using and developing stable isotope technology, often in combination with genomics ✤✤ Offers a timely look at the use of stable isotopes in many microbial ecology applications, which has ballooned in the last few years ✤✤ Provides a comprehensive and useful introduction for practitioners READERSHIP: Environmental microbiologists, microbial ecologists, geologists, evolutionary biologists and other environmental scientists SERIES: AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MICROBIOLOGY

NOV 2010 324PP 978-1-555-81537-0 CL £101.00 €125.00

The Fecal Indicator Bacteria MICHAEL SADOWSKY & RICHARD WHITMAN University of Minnesota, USA; Lake Michigan Ecological Research Station, USA

✤✤ Presents a comprehensive and up-to-date understanding of the taxonomy, phylogeny, ecology, physiology, environmental distribution and fate of fecal bacteria ✤✤ Emphasizes the fecal indicator bacteria primarily, but discusses other fecal bacteria as well ✤✤ Provides information about these bacteria with respect to where they occur, how they differ from each other, their fate in the environment, and their complexity ✤✤ Addresses issues of fecal bacteria in terms of diseases, probiotics, and as the normal flora of the intestinal tract READERSHIP: Professionals and researchers, microbial ecologists, environmental microbiologists, applied microbiologists, public health microbiologists, environmental scientists, recreational water managers, and sanitation system personnel SERIES: AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MICROBIOLOGY

dec 2010 480PP 978-1-555-81608-7 CL £112.00 €139.00

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Yeast Research

LIFE SCIENCE / PLANT SCIENCE

A Historical Approach

JAMES BARNETT University of East Anglia, UK

✤✤ Based on a series of articles written by Dr. James A. Barnett in the journal Yeast, this book provides a comprehensive look at the history of yeast research ✤✤ Provides useful and interesting material for researchers and students, offering them a helpful background for their work READERSHIP: Instructors, researchers, students, and anyone with an interest in the history of yeast research SERIES: AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MICROBIOLOGY

dec 2010 348PP 978-1-555-81516-5 CL £120.00 €149.00

Herbicides and Plant Physiology ANDREW COBB & JOHN READE Both of Harper Adams University College, UK

✤✤ Fully updated and revised edition of a very successful and popular book ✤✤ Provides an up to date account of the importance of weeds to crop yield and quality ✤✤ Describes how new herbicides are discovered and developed ✤✤ Describes how herbicides work, providing vital information for students and professionals ✤✤ Reviews commercial and biotechnological applications, including genetically engineered herbicide resistance READERSHIP: Upper undergraduate and MSc students, lecturers, researchers, crop protection personnel, libraries

OCT 2010 256PP 978-1-4051-2935-0 PR £32.50 €39.90

Recent Advances in Polyphenol Research Volume 2

Edited by CELESTINO SANTOS-BUELGA, MARIA TERESA ESCRIBANO-BAILON & VINCENZO LATTANZIO University of Salamanca, Spain; University of Salamanca, Spain; University of Foggia, Italy

✤✤ This text is sponsored by Groupe Polyphenols ✤✤ Edited and written by internationally respected experts in the field ✤✤ Provides cutting edge chapters covering some of the major topics of recent research and interest READERSHIP: Chemists, biochemists, plant scientists, pharmacognosists and pharmacologists, food scientists and nutritionists will all find this book an invaluable resource.

JUN 2010 352PP 978-1-4051-9399-3 CL £125.00 €155.00

Plant Breeding Reviews Volume 33

JULES JANICK Purdue University, USA

✤✤ Presents state-of-the-art reviews on plant genetics and the breeding of all types of crops by both traditional means and molecular methods ✤✤ Covers a wide range of crops: row crops, fruits, vegetables, nuts, and trees grown for timber and pulp ✤✤ Numerous references provide easy, time saving and cost effective access to the primary literature ✤✤ 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: Plant breeders, crop scientists, geneticists, plant molecular biologists

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Volume 37

JULES JANICK Purdue University, USA

✤✤ Presents state-of-the-art reviews on topics in horticultural science and technology covering both basic and applied research ✤✤ Topics covered include the horticulture of fruits, vegetables, nut crops, and ornamentals ✤✤ Review articles are written by world authorities; bridging the gap between the specialized researcher and the broader community of horticultural scientists and teachers READERSHIP: Horticulturists in industry and research, plant science researchers, and libraries

APR 2010 399PP 978-0-470-53716-9 CL £150.00 €185.00

Horticultural Reviews Volume 38

JULES JANICK Purdue University, USA

✤✤ Presents state-of-the-art reviews on topics in the horticultural sciences ✤✤ Emphasis on applied topics including the production of fruits, vegetables, nut crops, and ornamental plants of commercial importance

PLANT SCIENCE / AGRICULTURE

Horticultural Reviews

✤✤ The title appears in the form of two volumes per year, serving to collect compare, and contrast the primary journal literature in order to form an overview of the topic ✤✤ Bridges the gap between the specialized researcher and the broader community of horticultural scientists READERSHIP: Horticulturists in industry and research, plant science researchers, and libraries

OCT 2010 448PP 978-0-470-64470-6 CL £150.00 €185.00

Estimating Species Trees Practical and Theoretical Aspects

L. LACEY KNOWLES & LAURA SALTER KUBATKO University of Michigan, USA; Ohio State University, USA

✤✤ Addresses an outstanding puzzle in modern molecular systematics ✤✤ Excellent as a supplemental text or graduate seminar text ✤✤ Describes the development of models that explicitly incorporate the links between gene and species trees ✤✤ Discusses implications of the methods and provides a look to the future of species tree inference in this complicated, but critically important, setting ✤✤ Throughout the volume, empirical examples are interspersed with theoretical results to enable the reader to examine concrete applications of the described methodology READERSHIP: Upper level undergraduates, graduate students, professionals in evolutionary biology, evolutionary genetics, vertebrate palaeontology, biological anthropology

sep 2010 234PP 978-0-470-52685-9 CL £86.95 €109.00

Wastewater Use in Agriculture Edited by GUY LEVY, P. FINE & A. BART-TAL All of Institute of Soil, Water and Environmental Science, ARO, The Volcani Center, Israel

✤✤ Use of Treated Water Sewage (TWS) for irrigation is increasingly important as the world’s population increases ✤✤ Chapters prepared by leading scientists in the field ✤✤ Comprehensive coverage of current knowledge and advances in the area of TWS ✤✤ Focus on possible environmental impacts (positive and negative) READERSHIP: All those working in irrigation, water management and crop production worldwide, anyone with an interest in public health and sanitary engineering, libraries in universities and research establishments

OCT 2010 464PP 978-1-4051-4862-7 CL £120.00 €149.00

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Biofuels from Agricultural Wastes and Byproducts

AGRICULTURE / AQUACULTURE

Edited by HANS BLASCHEK, THADDEUS EZEJI & JüRGEN SCHEFFRAN All of University of Illinois, USA

✤✤ First book to look at production of biofuels and biogas from agricultural byproducts and wastes ✤✤ Divided into sections on liquid biofuels production and anaerobic digestion and the production of biogas ✤✤ Comprehensive coverage of agricultural waste utilization in production of bioenergy READERSHIP: Biofuels and bioenergy researchers, bioenergy industry personnel, microbiologists

OCT 2010 304PP 978-0-8138-0252-7 CL £125.00 €155.00

Aquaculture Economics and Financing Management and Analysis

CAROLE R. ENGLE University of Arkansas, USA

✤✤ Provides aquaculture professionals and researchers a detailed and specific set of guidelines for using economic and financial analysis in aquaculture production ✤✤ Discusses key issues in financing and planning for aquaculture business; monitoring and evaluating economic progress; and managing capital, labour, and risk ✤✤ Detailed example of a practical application or case study in each chapter ✤✤ Written in terminology familiar to both researchers and professionals READERSHIP: Aquacultural economists, aquaculture business owners, students, aquaculture professionals, researchers

SEP 2010 264PP 978-0-8138-1301-1 PR £49.99 €61.90

Biotechnology and Genetics in Fisheries and Aquaculture Edited by ANDY BEAUMONT, PIERRE BOUDRY & KATHRYN HOARE University of Bangor, UK; IFREMER, France; University of Bangor, UK

✤✤ Completely updated, revised and expanded new edition ✤✤ Subject area of ever increasing importance ✤✤ Expanded authorship ✤✤ Commercially useful information for fish breeders READERSHIP: Upper level students, fish farm personnel, fisheries scientists, animal geneticists, libraries in all universities and research establishments where biological sciences, fisheries and aquaculture are studied and taught

apr 2010 216PP 978-1-4051-8857-9 CL £79.50 €97.90

Sea Bream Edited by MICHALIS PAVLIDIS & CONSTANTINOS MYLONAS University of Crete, Greece; Hellenic Centre for Marine Research, Greece

✤✤ Commercially important information for a large and growing segment of the aquaculture industry ✤✤ The first time a comprehensive book on this important family has been published ✤✤ Editors and contributors internationally known and respected READERSHIP: Fish farm managers and other aquaculture professionals including fish nutritionists, veterinarians and geneticists, as well as aquaculture students and researchers

DEC 2010 352PP 978-1-4051-9772-4 CL £99.50 €125.00

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Edited by ØYSTEIN AAS, ANDERS KLEMETSEN, SIGURD EINUM & JOSTEIN SKURDAL Norwegian Institute for Nature Research, Norway; UiT, NFH, Norway; NTNU, Norway; Norwegian Research Council, Norway

✤✤ Comprehensive and up-to-date coverage of Atlantic Salmon ✤✤ Atlantic Salmon is one of the world’s most commercially important species ✤✤ Backed by the Norwegian Research Council ✤✤ Experienced editor and internationally respected contributors READERSHIP: Fisheries scientists, fisheries managers, fish biologists, ecologists, population ecologists, conservation biologists, environmental biologists, aquatic scientists, lakes and rivers regulatory personnel, fish and wildlife administrators and government departments, Libraries in all universities and research establishments

OCT 2010 488PP 978-1-4051-9769-4 CL £105.00 €129.00

Fish Processing

Sustainability and New Opportunities

GEORGE HALL University of Central Lancashire, UK

✤✤ Presents the latest information on established seafood processing technologies as well as introducing new ideas and technologies ✤✤ Addresses the pressing environmental problems faced by the global seafood industry

AQUACULTURE / FOOD SCIENCE

Atlantic Salmon Ecology

✤✤ Looks at how outputs currently considered waste products can be utilised, including in biomedical, nutraceutical and cosmetic applications READERSHIP: Scientists and technologists working in the global seafood industry; suppliers to the industry

OCT 2010 320PP 978-1-4051-9047-3 CL £120.00 €149.00

Handbook of Seafood Quality, Safety and Health Applications Edited by CESARETTIN ALASALVAR, KAZUO MIYASHITA, FEREIDOON SHAHIDI & UDAYA WANASUNDARA Tubitak Marmara Research Centre, Turkey; Hokkaido University; Memorial University of Newfoundland; Pos Pilot Plant Corporation, Canada

✤✤ Edited by an international team of experts who are widely-published leaders in their field ✤✤ Offers a review of the latest thinking on safety and quality - particularly crucial in the seafood sector ✤✤ Examines the latest commercial opportunities with regards to the nutritional benefits of marine-derived foods READERSHIP: Scientists and technologists in academia, government laboratories and the seafood industries, including quality managers, processors and sensory scientists

OCT 2010 568PP 978-1-4051-8070-2 CL £150.00 €185.00

Fish Canning Handbook Edited by LES BRATT Consultant in Food Technology, Worcester, UK

✤✤ The only volume dedicated to the science and technology of fish canning ✤✤ Includes a chapter on HACCP particularly vital in a sector where safety is paramount ✤✤ Addresses the sourcing of fish stocks in a dedicated chapter READERSHIP: Manufacturers and retailers of canned fish, suppliers to the industry, relevant regulatory bodies, researchers and students of food science and technology

JUN 2010 320PP 978-1-4051-8099-3 CL £120.00 €149.00

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Food Safety for the 21st Century

FOOD SCIENCE

Managing HACCP and Food Safety throughout the Global Supply Chain

CAROL WALLACE, WILLIAM SPERBER & SARA E. MORTIMORE University of Central Lancashire, UK; Cargill, USA; Land O’Lakes, USA

✤✤ Examines all aspects of food safety required to run world-class food safety systems throughout the global supply chain ✤✤ A comprehensive ‘how to’ guide, suitable for practitioners in all parts of the global food industry ✤✤ Authors possess a total of 85 years’ experience of food safety management in the manufacturing, retail and academic sectors ✤✤ Helps businesses to improve their systems and enable those new to HACCP to build on existing knowledge for more rapid application of food safety systems READERSHIP: Scientists and managers in the food industry (manufacturing and foodservice); regulators and educators in the field of food safety; students of food science and technology

nov 2010 320PP 978-1-4051-8911-8 CL £120.00 €125.00

Technology of Cheesemaking 2nd Edition

Edited by BARRY A. LAW & ADNAN TAMIME R&D Consultant to the Dairy Industry, Australia; Consultant in Dairy Science and Technology, UK

✤✤ Fully revised and updated second edition of this successful book on cheesemaking science and technology ✤✤ Now includes three new chapters on milk handling prior to cheesemaking; packaging; and major advances in the control of the end user properties of cheese using key manufacturing parameters and variables ✤✤ Structured to reflect the discrete stages of cheese manufacture in the order in which they are executed in cheese plants READERSHIP: Food scientists and technologists, ingredients suppliers, quality assurance personnel, analytical chemists and microbiologists

JUL 2010 512PP 978-1-4051-8298-0 CL £120.00 €149.00

REPLACES ISBN 978-1-84127-037-1

Handbook of Vanilla Science and Technology DAPHNA HAVKIN-FRENKEL & Faith C. Belanger Bakto Flavors LCC, USA; Rutgers University, USA

✤✤ The only book to cover such a wide range of topics on this most commercially valuable of flavour ingredients ✤✤ Includes an analysis of the current vanilla markets in the US and Europe ✤✤ Edited by experts who hold roles in the flavour industry and academic research READERSHIP: Food scientists and technologists in research and industry; ingredient suppliers; vanilla producers; food industry executives in companies which use vanilla and vanilla flavours; fragrance and cosmetic industry professionals

DEC 2010 416PP 978-1-4051-9325-2 CL £99.50 €125.00

Bioactive Proteins and Peptides as Functional Foods and Nutraceuticals Edited by YOSHINORI MINE, EUNICE LI-CHAN & BO JIANG University of Guelph, Canada; The University of British Columbia; Southern Yangtze University, China

✤✤ Highlights recent commercial nutraceutical proteins and peptides products which have impact on human health ✤✤ Examines bioactive proteins and peptides from bench work to clinical applications ✤✤ Explores advances on mechanisms of bioactive proteins and peptides in health and diseases ✤✤ Wide ranging coverage of proteins and peptides from sources ranging from soy and wheat to bovine muscle and fish collagen ✤✤ Editors and authors are international experts from industry and academia

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sep 2010 436PP 978-0-8138-1311-0 CL £135.00 €162.00


Edited by THOMAS R. LAAMAN Guaranteed Gums, USA

✤✤ Expert guidance on choosing and using stabilizers to ensure high quality food products ✤✤ Ensures beneficial relationships between food manufacturers and hydrocolloid suppliers ✤✤ Numerous actual product formulations in each chapter READERSHIP: Food industry personnel involved in product development, quality assurance, purchasing, and marketing, food engineers and carbohydrate researchers, food science professors and students SERIES: INSTITUTE OF FOOD TECHNOLOGISTS SERIES

OCT 2010 330PP 978-0-8138-2076-7 CL £120.00 €149.00

FOOD SCIENCE

Hydrocolloids in Food Processing

Essentials of Thermal Processing GARY S. TUCKER Campden and Chorleywood Food Research Association, UK

✤✤ This volume is designed to be the definitive modern-day reference ✤✤ Covering all of the essential information regarding the preservation of food products by heat ✤✤ Includes all types of food product, from those high in acid and given a mild heat process to the low-acid sterilised foods that require a full botulinum cook ✤✤ The authors have extensive worldwide knowledge of heat preservation and represent organisations with formidable reputations in this field READERSHIP: Scientists and technologists in the food manufacturing industry, researchers and students of food science and technology

NOV 2010 320PP 978-1-4051-9058-9 CL £ 99.99 €125.00

Analysis of Endocrine Disrupting Compounds in Food Edited by LEO M. L. NOLLET University College Ghent, Belgium

✤✤ Uniquely concentrates on analysis and detection methods of EDCs in foodstuffs ✤✤ Extensive coverage of the main types of globally available analytical techniques and methodologies ✤✤ Fully detailed properties, sample procedures, and analysis steps for each EDC ✤✤ Renowned editor Leo Nollet leads a broad team of international experts READERSHIP: Food chemists, analytical chemists, toxicologists, and food QC/QA professionals, analytical and research laboratories, food industry professionals involved in food safety and health related research and testing, food scientists and technologists, health specialists and endocrinologists at institutes and universities

NOV 2010 528PP 978-0-8138-1816-0 CL £145.00 €179.00

Allergen Management in the Food Industry JOYCE I. BOYE & SAMUEL BENREJEB GODEFROY Food R&D Centre of Agriculture & Agri-Food, Canada; Health Canada, Canada

✤✤ Focuses on allergenic foods from harvesting to processing to marketing ✤✤ Addresses the sources of allergenic contaminants in foods, their fate during processing, and the specific measures that need to be taken to minimize their occurrence in foods ✤✤ Provides data on the major food allergens and practical guidelines on how to identify and control them during production and processing ✤✤ Covers food substitutions and alternatives to allergens ✤✤ Offers a comprehensive analysis of the potential for reducing allergens in food production READERSHIP: Scientists and researchers in food industry, plant and animal science, government and regulatory agencies, advanced students in these areas

SEP 2010 600PP 978-0-470-22735-0 CL £100.50 €125.00

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Earthly Scents - Heavenly Pleasures

CHEMISTRY

A Cultural History of Scents

GÜNTHER OHLOFF ✤✤ Guides readers through the scent traditions of some of the great cultures of the world journeying from the ancient traditions of Mesopotamia to the perfumes of the present, from Europe to East Asia ✤✤ Collects together the ingredients and recipes used for the preparation of bewitching perfumes, ritual incenses, or soothing oils and ointments ✤✤ Presents a fascinating chapter in cultural history ✤✤ English translation of the successful German Edition - Irdische Düfte, Himmlische Lust READERSHIP: Lecturers in chemistry, chemists, biologists, biochemists, perfumers, perfume industry

OCT 2010 300PP 978-3-90639-034-5 CL £45.00 €49.90

Chemical Synthesis of Hormones, Pheromones and Other Bioregulators KENJI MORI University of Tokyo, Japan

✤✤ An introduction to the important field of the synthesis of bioregulators by a leading exponent with nearly 50 years experience of research and teaching in this area ✤✤ Provides an overview of biofunctional molecules and their synthesis in the lab ✤✤ Describes the philosophy behind each synthesis, not just the mechanics ✤✤ Includes examples of scientific frauds or mistakes in natural products chemistry in addition to scientific successes READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate and graduate students in synthetic organic chemistry, natural products chemistry, drug discovery, biochemistry, agricultural chemistry, chemical ecology, researchers and practitioners in these areas

aug 2010 296PP 978-0-470-69723-8 PR £37.50 €44.90

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978-0-470-69724-5 CL £90.00 €109.00

Models for Bonding in Chemistry VALERIO MAGNASCO University of Genoa, Italy

✤✤ An introduction to simple models for bonding in chemistry covering all the essentials ✤✤ Presenting a complex topic with a minimum of mathematics ✤✤ Allows non-theory experts to readily engage with the concepts presented ✤✤ Consistent use of atomic units from the very beginning for simplifying mathematical formulae READERSHIP: Undergraduate students in chemical physics, theoretical and quantum chemistry, MSc and postgraduate students, physical chemists, physicists and biological chemists

AUG 2010 224PP 978-0-470-66703-3 PR £34.95 €42.90

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978-0-470-66702-6 CL £85.00 €105.00

Laboratory Manual for Principles of General Chemistry 9th Edition

JO ALLAN BERAN Texas A&I University, USA

✤✤ Pre-lab questions, report sheets, and laboratory questions have been revised and replaced throughout all experiments in the text ✤✤ The author has revised the experiments so as to make them more user friendly ✤✤ Report sheets have been updated so that the data that is being requested is easier for the student to discern READERSHIP: Undergraduates, professionals in chemistry, chemists

NOV 2010 480PP 978-0-470-64789-9 PR £70.95 €87.90

REPLACES ISBN 978-0-470-12922-7

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LEONID M. BLUMBERG Fast GC Consulting, USA

✤✤ Gas chromatography is an increasingly popular method ✤✤ This type of gas chromatography (temperature-programmed) is much faster than other types (isothermal) ✤✤ A practical problem solver and a current single-source reference ✤✤ The author presents the mathematical background in a well-structured and didactical way READERSHIP: Analytical chemists, chromatographers, chemists working in trace analysis, physical chemists, environmental chemists, libraries

CHEMISTRY

Temperature-Programmed Gas Chromatography

SEP 2010 344PP 978-3-527-32642-6 CL £105.00 €119.00

Modern Diffraction Methods Edited by 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 and may serve as a roadmap in this vast realm ✤✤ Existing books focus on an in-depth discussion of a particular subject. Thus there is almost no competing book on the market at the moment ✤✤ 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, libraries

DEC 2010 450PP 978-3-527-32279-4 CL £120.00 €139.00

The Chemistry and Biology of Volatiles Edited by ANDREAS HERRMANN Firmenich SA, Switzerland

✤✤ First book to provide a broad, interdisciplinary overview of volatile molecules ✤✤ Uses a chemical structure-based approach to show how volatile molecules are involved in plant-insect interactions, insect repellents and pest control, pheromones, human perception, synthetic flavours and fragrances, and atmospheric chemistry and pollution ✤✤ Chapters are review-style introductions of specific areas by international experts, building to a general introduction to this wide field ✤✤ Contributions from industry and academia READERSHIP: Students and researchers working in organic and bio-organic chemistry, bio-chemistry, flavour and fragrance research, pest control, and atmospheric chemistry

SEP 2010 464PP 978-0-470-77778-7 CL £90.00 €109.00

Biochemical Pathways

An Atlas of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 2nd Edition

GERHARD MICHAL & DIETMAR SCHOMBURG Boehringer Mannheim GmbH, Germany; GBF Braunschweig, Germany

✤✤ A unique summary of biochemical pathways, based on the well-known “Biochemical Pathways” chart ✤✤ Includes descriptive information about the structure, function, properties of the enzymes, chemicals, proteins, DNA, that act together to create elaborate pathways that drive all biological functions ✤✤ The new edition includes updates to all sections, plus an increased focus on regulatory pathways, a vital area of research in advancing the understanding of human disease pathways READERSHIP: Graduate students and professional researchers in biochemistry, medicine, molecular biology, organic chemistry, biological chemistry, pharmacology/pharmaceuticals, and allied health

DEC 2010 384PP 978-0-470-14684-2 CL £83.50 €105.00

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Raman, Infrared, and Near-Infrared Chemical Imaging

CHEMISTRY

Edited by SLOBODAN SASIC & YUKIHIRO OZAKI Pfizer Global R&D, UK; Kwansei Gakuin University, Japan

✤✤ Covers the rapidly growing field of chemical imaging - a technique that has expanded greatly in terms of instruments and applications, but has lagged in general awareness among scientists and industries who would most benefit ✤✤ Stressing the applications of chemical imaging, this book offers thorough background on theory, software, and hardware employed for Raman, infrared (IR), and near-infrared (NIR) analysis ✤✤ Discusses the 4 key areas where chemical imaging has been most used: biomedical, pharmaceutical, food and plants, and polymers ✤✤ Combines many different fields and otherwise-scattered information into a single book READERSHIP: Analytical chemists, research labs and personnel in related disciplines

SEP 2010 320PP 978-0-470-38204-2 CL £83.50 €105.00

Wiley MS 2005//NIST/EPA/NIH Mass Spectral Library 2005 (Upgrade) JOHN WILEY & SONS LTD ✤✤ Mass spectral libraries provide a standard against which spectra of compounds taken in GC/MS and MS/ MS instruments can be searched against and identified. These are used for compound identification and detection for forensics, toxicology, homeland security, chemical and drug manufacturing, and general research ✤✤ Wiley MS 2005//NIST/EPA/NIH Mass Spectral Library 2005 (Upgrade) promises to be the most chemically diverse mass spectral database published to date ✤✤ This update now offers new MS/MS data set, expanded EI/MS data set, retention lock database, spectral search software, structure and substructure search, spectrum search and spectrum comparison READERSHIP: Mass spectrometrists, forensics and toxicology laboratories, organic chemists, biochemists, pharmaceutical chemists and biologists in pharmaceutical, chemical and biotechnological companies and faculties

DEC 2010

978-0-471-75596-8 SOFTWARE £2,460.00 €3,370.00

Mass Spectra of Androgens, Estrogens, and other Steroids 2010 MARIA KRISTINA PARR , GEORG OPFERMANN, WILHELM SCHÄNZER & HUGH L. J. MAKIN German Sport University Cologne, Germany; German Sport University Cologne, Germany; German Sport University Cologne, Germany; University of London, UK

✤✤ The identification of small amounts of steroids in body fluids is an analytical challenge. GC/MS is one of the key analytical techniques applied in these areas. For the fast and reliable identification of steroids, mass spectral reference data are essential ✤✤ This newly expended collection contains 4,081 mass spectra and chemical structures of androgens and estrogens and their trimethylsilyl-, O-methoxyoxime- and acetal derivatives. Most spectra have been obtained on the same mass spectrometer under identical conditions ✤✤ The data records include chemical name, chemical structure, molecular formula, and synonyms READERSHIP: Hospitals, endocrinologists, investigating authorities, analytical laboratories, sports physicians, forensic scientists, medical laboratories

APR 2010 450PP 978-3-527-32727-0 SOFTWARE £3,270.00 €4,280.00

Green Chemistry and Engineering A Practical Design Approach

CONCEPCIÓN JIMÉNEZ-GONZÁLEZ & DAVID J.C. CONSTABLE GlaxoSmithKline, USA; Lockheed Martin, USA

✤✤ Bridges the divide between chemistry, process design, engineering, environment, health, safety and life cycle considerations using a systems-oriented approach ✤✤ Integrates the principles of chemistry and synthesis with engineering and manufacturing processes – a holistic approach lacking in other texts ✤✤ Achieves a closer approximation of the bottom-line thinking required for moving industry forward towards more sustainable business practices ✤✤ Provides examples and practical exercises to illustrate use of the material in direct and indirect applications ✤✤ Solutions Manual available for academic adopters of the text

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READERSHIP: Graduate and advanced undergraduate students, chemists and engineers working in manufacturing and research & development

OCT 2010 512PP 978-0-470-17087-8 CL £66.95 €83.90


6th Edition Volume I

Edited by VERNON E. ROSE & BARBARA COHRSSEN University of Alabama at Birmingham, USA; Cohrssen Environmental, Inc., USA

✤✤ Volume 1 includes an introduction of industrial hygiene and recognition of chemical agents ✤✤ Fully updated and revised classic, standard in the industrial hygiene and occupational health and safety field ✤✤ Adds new information resources to help readers prepare for natural disasters, exposures to biological agents, and potential acts of terrorism

CHEMISTRY

Patty’s Industrial Hygiene

READERSHIP: Industrial hygienists, chemical hygiene officers, toxicologists, occupational medicine physicians, occupational/ environmental health and safety professionals, academic, technical and professional libraries, safety and health regulators, emergency and first responders, academic programs in IH

DEC 2010 606PP 978-0-470-07484-8 CL £130.00 €162.00

REPLACES ISBN 978-0-471-29756-7

Patty’s Industrial Hygiene 6th Edition Volume II

Edited by VERNON E. ROSE & BARBARA COHRSSEN University of Alabama at Birmingham, USA; Cohrssen Environmental, Inc., USA

✤✤ Volume II covers recognition and evaluation of physical agents and recognition of biohazards ✤✤ Fully updated and revised classic, standard in the industrial hygiene and occupational health and safety field ✤✤ Adds new information resources to help readers prepare for natural disasters, exposures to biological agents, and potential acts of terrorism READERSHIP: Industrial hygienists, chemical hygiene officers, toxicologists, occupational medicine physicians, occupational/ environmental health and safety professionals, academic, technical and professional libraries, safety and health regulators, emergency and first responders, academic programs in IH

DEC 2010 778PP 978-0-470-07485-5 CL £130.00 €162.00

REPLACES ISBN 978-0-471-29754-3

Patty’s Industrial Hygiene 6th Edition Volume III

Edited by VERNON E. ROSE & BARBARA COHRSSEN University of Alabama at Birmingham, USA; Cohrssen Environmental, Inc., USA

✤✤ Volume III covers hazard control: engineering, administrative and personal protection ✤✤ Fully updates and revises a classic standard in the industrial hygiene and occupational health and safety field ✤✤ Adds new information resources to help readers prepare for natural disasters, exposures to biological agents, and potential acts of terrorism READERSHIP: Industrial hygienists, chemical hygiene officers, toxicologists, occupational medicine physicians, occupational/ environmental health and safety professionals, academic, technical and professional libraries, safety and health regulators, emergency and first responders, academic programs in IH

DEC 2010 638PP 978-0-470-07486-2 CL £130.00 €162.00

REPLACES ISBN 978-0-471-29753-6

Patty’s Industrial Hygiene 6th Edition Volume IV

Edited by VERNON E. ROSE & BARBARA COHRSSEN University of Alabama at Birmingham, USA; Cohrssen Environmental, Inc., USA

✤✤ Volume IV covers environmental, health and safety program management, with a number of new chapters on international regulations and laws, hospital health and safety, fire safety (including explosions/reactions), managing industrial hygiene in a multicultural environment, and emergency and disaster response ✤✤ Fully updated and revised classic, standard in the industrial hygiene and occupational health and safety field ✤✤ Adds new information resources to help readers prepare for natural disasters, exposures to biological agents, and potential acts of terrorism READERSHIP: Industrial hygienists, toxicologists, occupational medicine physicians, occupational/environmental health and safety professionals, academic, technical, and professional libraries, emergency and first responders, academic programs in IH

DEC 2010 818PP 978-0-470-07487-9 CL £130.00 €162.00

REPLACES ISBN 978-0-471-29749-9

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6th Edition 4 Volume Set

Edited by VERNON E. ROSE & BARBARA COHRSSEN University of Alabama at Birmingham, USA; Cohrssen Environmental, Inc., USA

✤✤ Fully updated and revised classic, standard in the industrial hygiene and occupational health and safety field ✤✤ Adds new information resources to help readers prepare for natural disasters, exposures to biological agents, and potential acts of terrorism ✤✤ Has new chapters on: Homeland Security, Nanomaterials, Chemical Toxicants, Assessment of Contaminants, Recognition and Evaluation of Physical Agents (new section), Ergonomics, Bioaerosols, International Regulations, Hospital Safety, Fire Safety, and Emergency Disaster Response READERSHIP: Industrial hygienists, toxicologists, occupational medicine physicians, occupational/environmental health and safety professionals, academic, technical, and professional libraries, emergency and first responders, academic programs in IH

DEC 2010 2840PP 978-0-470-07488-6 CL Introductory price £410.00 €510.00 valid until 28th FEB 2011, price thereafter £488.00 €610.00

REPLACES ISBN 978-0-471-29784-0

List of MAK and BAT Values 2010

Maximum Concentrations and Biological Tolerance Values at the Workplace. Report 46

Edited by DEUTSCHE FORSCHUNGSGEMEINSCHAFT Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG), Germany

✤✤ Of particular value are the lists of substances which were reviewed in 2008/2009 and substances being examined for the establishment of MAK and BAT values in coming years. These lists are published exclusively in the book ✤✤ The German DFG-MAK-Commission holds the largest stock of carefully revised toxicological data worldwide and is internationally acknowledged for its neutrality ✤✤ The complete list of MAK- and BAT values on a CD-ROM included in the book. The PDF files allow easy searches e. g. for substance names or CAS numbers READERSHIP: Physicians working in industrial medicine, factory doctors, toxicologists, trade associations SERIES: MAK & BAT VALUES

AUG 2010 282PP 978-3-527-32815-4 PR £75.00 €95.00

Leading with Safety 2nd Edition

THOMAS R. KRAUSE Behavioral Science Technology, Inc., USA

✤✤ Discussions of new industries and issues, including applications to improve patient safety in healthcare, injury prevention in public transportation, and fatality prevention ✤✤ Updated and new case studies of organizations using this approach, including application in a complex, multinational, multi-billion dollar construction project ✤✤ Helps managers and employees understand how behavioral-based safety can reduce injuries and improve employee morale ✤✤ Clarifies misconceptions, misunderstandings and misuses of behavior-based safety READERSHIP: Operations managers, professionals in the fields of safety, training, organization development, federal program managers, safety directors and managers, training directors, and industrial hygienists, students

OCT 2010 288PP 978-0-470-64210-8 CL £46.95 €57.90

REPLACES ISBN 978-0-471-49425-6

Colloids and Interface Science Series 6 Volume Set

Edited by THARWAT F. TADROS Formerly of Zeneca Agrochemicals (ICI Group), UK

✤✤ The first modern approach to relate fundamental research to the applied science of colloids, these six volumes include contributions from top scientists in their respective fields ✤✤ The first two volumes cover the role of surface forces, while the third looks at colloid stability and its application in pharmacy. Volume four deals with applications in personal care and cosmetics, while the last two volumes cover colloids in agrochemicals and in paints and coatings ✤✤ Particles of colloidal size (nano scale) have received growing interest due to the many versatile roles they can play READERSHIP: Surface chemists, physical chemists, materials scientists, chemical engineers, polymer chemists

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SERIES: COLLOIDS AND INTERFACE SCIENCE (VCH)

JUN 2010 2000PP 978-3-527-31461-4 CL £610.00 €714.00


Changes Through the Development Lifecycle

Edited by IAN HOUSON Britest Ltd., UK

✤✤ This handbook and ready reference reveals the factors important to all the different sectors involved in the development and manufacture of chemicals ✤✤ Gives the reader a fundamental understanding, useful guidance and a high practical value ✤✤ Process understanding creates benefits and competitive advantage especially for the pharmaceutical industry

CHEMISTRY

Process Understanding

✤✤ Stronger regulations of authorities require new standards in chemical industry - this book helps to fulfil these obligations READERSHIP: Chemists in industry, pharmaceutical chemists, medicinal chemists, process engineers, chemical engineers, libraries

DEC 2010 380PP 978-3-527-32584-9 CL £85.00 €99.00

Introduction to Industrial Polyethylene Properties, Catalysts, and Processes

DENNIS MALPASS Previously of Akzo Nobel, USA

✤✤ Provides a concise overview, teaching the fundamentals of what polyethylene is, how it’s made/processed and what happens to it after its useful life is over ✤✤ Identifies the types of polyethylene and how they differ ✤✤ Lists markets, key fabrication methods, and the major producers of polyethylene ✤✤ Provides biodegradable alternatives to polyethylene READERSHIP: Chemists and engineers in industry, academic chemists, graduate students, marketing and sales personnel in industry needing basic understanding of polyethylene

JUL 2010 150PP 978-0-470-62598-9 CL £96.95 €122.00

The Art of Process Chemistry Edited by NOBUYOSHI YASUDA Merck & Co., USA

✤✤ Key knowledge for pharmaceutical industry on how to save time and money and provide valuable products in a sustainable way ✤✤ Application-oriented and well-structured contents, each chapter presenting successful strategies for hot modern drugs ✤✤ Enlightening and a booster for chemical creativity: shows how all key factors are interwoven and support each other in order to provide optimized ways to an optimal product ✤✤ The only book on the market which optimally fulfils the needs of process chemists in pharmaceutical industry READERSHIP: Medicinal chemists, chemists in industry, organic chemists, chemical engineers, libraries

DEC 2010 400PP 978-3-527-32470-5 CL £120.00 €139.00

Process Systems Engineering 7 Volume Set

Edited by EFSTRATIOS PISTIKOPOULOS, MICHAEL GEORGIADIS & VIVEK DUA Imperial College London, UK; Imperial College London, UK; University College London, UK

✤✤ The volumes include theoretical developments, algorithms, methodologies and tools in process systems engineering, applications in the chemical, energy, molecular, biomedical and related fields ✤✤ This series acts as a single source of information vital owing to the dispersion of relevant articles in specialised journals, making it extremely difficult for members of related disciplines to locate and process such primary data ✤✤ The aim of the series is to highlight the importance of fundamental research in process systems engineering applications, developing mechanisms for the transfer of the new technology to industry READERSHIP: Chemical engineers, process engineers, engineers for measurement and control, automation engineers, lecturers and students in chemical and mechanical engineering

SEP 2010 2400PP 978-3-527-31684-7 CL £710.00 €833.00

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Managing CO2 Emissions in the Chemical Industry

CHEMISTRY

Edited by HANS-JOACHIM LEIMKÜHLER Bayer Technology Services GmbH, Germany

✤✤ The reduction and the prevention of CO2 emissions has become a major topic in the chemical industry ✤✤ Only available book about this hot “green” topic ✤✤ Highly useful and applicable for the reader, with focus on questions such as “How can I reduce or avoid CO2 emissions?” or “What are upcoming technical developments regarding CO2 reduction?” ✤✤ Covers technical and administrative aspects, energy efficient design, cultural aspects and future developments READERSHIP: Chemists in industry, chemical engineers, process engineers, libraries

SEP 2010 380PP 978-3-527-32659-4 CL £120.00 €139.00

Biogas from Waste and Renewable Resources An Introduction 2nd Edition

DIETER DEUBLEIN & ANGELIKA STEINHAUSER Deublein Consulting, Germany; Domdidier, Switzerland

✤✤ Biogas is now recognized as the most energy-efficient use of biomass, three times more efficient than bioethanol production ✤✤ This guide is without peer in the market, with its unique approach that covers all aspects of setting up and running a biogas plant ✤✤ The new edition has been expanded to include recent advances in biomass processing that allow a greater range of substrates to be used, quality control and analytics required for feeding biogas into natural gas networks, and the microbiology of methane-producing bacteria READERSHIP: Process engineers, engineers in power technology, biotechnologists, chemical industry, food industry, animal food and feed industry, microbiologists

NOV 2010 520PP 978-3-527-32798-0 CL £95.00 €109.00

REPLACES ISBN 978-3-527-31841-4

Catalytic Membranes and Membrane Reactors JOSE G. SANCHEZ MARCANO & THEODORE T. TSOTSIS Institut European des Membranes, France; University of Southern California, USA

✤✤ Completely revised edition plus 25% new content ✤✤ The field has progressed tremendously and the new edition is updated to reflect innovative and new research ✤✤ The entire field of catalytic membranes and membrane reactors is covered ✤✤ Chapter on Economic Considerations - utilisation of a membrane reactor system can potentially result in substantial savings in processing costs READERSHIP: Chemical engineers, process engineers, apparatus construction engineers, chemical industry, biotechnological industry

NOV 2010 320PP 978-3-527-32362-3 CL £120.00 €139.00

REPLACES ISBN 978-3-527-30277-2

Artificial Receptors for Chemical Sensors Edited by VLADIMIR M. MIRSKY & ANATOLY YATSIMIRSKY University of Regensburg, Germany; Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico

✤✤ Very hot, multidisciplinary topic which has immense application potential in medical sensing, hazard detection, chemical and environmental monitoring, as well as supramolecular chemistry ✤✤ Only book to provide systematically organised information on all three important aspects of artificial receptor design: analytically relevant properties, synthesis and immobilisation ✤✤ Brings together knowledge on an exceptionally multidisciplinary field of research, making it essential reading for bridging supramolecular chemistry and chemical information-gathering ✤✤ Includes appendix with all relevant quantitative data on artificial receptors READERSHIP: Materials scientists, chemists, physicists, sensor industry, semiconductor industry, molecular biologists, bioengineers, institutes, institutions, libraries

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DEC 2010 400PP 978-3-527-32357-9 CL £110.00 €129.00


Edited by LAURENS D. A. SIEBBELES & FERDINAND C. GROZEMA Both of Technical University of Delft, The Netherlands

✤✤ Readers get a balanced view on charge and exciton transport by a complementary treatment of experimental and theoretical aspects ✤✤ Comprises in-depth knowledge on charge-conducting organic wires for next-generation electronic devices ✤✤ Essential information on how to control and direct charge transport in one handy volume ✤✤ Brings together experiment and theory to enable applications in real-life devices ✤✤ Enables researchers to improve the performance of newly developed devices, while an additional overview of synthesis methods highlights ways of producing different organic wires

CHEMISTRY

Charge and Exciton Transport through Molecular Wires

READERSHIP: Chemists, molecular physicists, materials scientists, electrical engineers, libraries

DEC 2010 500PP 978-3-527-32501-6 CL £140.00 €159.00

Energy Production and Storage Inorganic Chemical Strategies for a Warming World

Edited by ROBERT H. CRABTREE Yale University, USA

✤✤ Focus on basic research – opening tomorrow’s opportunities ✤✤ Focus on energy transformation [= “energy production”] and energy storage/transportation ✤✤ There is no comparable book on the market ✤✤ This volume is edited by the Editor-in-Chief of the Encyclopedia of Inorganic Chemistry with a carefully chosen list of key contributors READERSHIP: Students, graduate students, researchers in inorganic chemistry, materials science, physics, working on alternative fuels, solar cells, fuel cells, batteries, green chemistry SERIES: EIC BOOKS

SEP 2010 426PP 978-0-470-74986-9 CL £115.00 €169.00

The Evolution of Drug Discovery From Traditional Medicines to Modern Drugs

ENRIQUE RAVINA University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain

✤✤ Captures the beauty and the excitement of drug discovery from ancient times to the 21st century. Knowledgeable, inspiring, and fun to read ✤✤ Abounds with hard-to-get historical information and anecdotes that enliven any lecture or presentation ✤✤ Beautifully illustrated: contains historical photographs of drugs, their biological source materials, and of the people who discovered them, many in full colour. Some of the pictures come from the author’s collection and are published in print for the first time READERSHIP: Medicinal chemists, pharmaceutical chemists, pharmacologists, students and lecturers in pharmacy

NOV 2010 580PP 978-3-527-32669-3 CL £55.00 €59.00

Aggregation of Therapeutic Proteins Edited by WEI WANG & CHRISTOPHER J. ROBERTS Pfizer Global Biologics, USA; University of Delaware, USA

✤✤ Provides an up-to-date resource on causes, consequences, characterization, and control of protein aggregation ✤✤ Explains methods to control or slow down the aggregation process - a major challenge for pharma and biotech companies ✤✤ Helps readers understand and apply principles to more rapid and predictable commercialization of protein drugs ✤✤ Covers control, inhibition, and monitoring of aggregation during processing, expression, purification, and product formulation ✤✤ Discusses outstanding questions regarding immunogenicity issues for therapeutic proteins and protein aggregates READERSHIP: Scientists and engineers in pharmaceutical and biotech companies, chemical engineers, protein production, development, and delivery personnel, academic investigators in biotech and biomed applications

SEP 2010

480PP 978-0-470-41196-4 CL £76.95 €95.90

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Prodrugs and Targeted Delivery

CHEMISTRY

Towards Better ADME Properties

Edited by JARKKO RAUTIO, RAIMUND MANNHOLD, HUGO KUBINYI & GERD FOLKERS University of Kuopio, Finland; University of Düsseldorf, Germany; University of Heidelberg, Germany; Swiss Institute of Technology (ETH), Switzerland

✤✤ Prodrug strategies have traditionally been used to correct shortcomings during late-stage drug development. Due to new and improved strategies, prodrugs are now also being used in early drug discovery as a means of expanding the repertoire of potential drugs ✤✤ The drug developer’s guide to the clever design of safe and potent medicines, by working with, not against the human body and its metabolic capabilities ✤✤ By addressing chemistry, pharmacology, toxicology, as well as patentability of prodrugs, this book mirrors perfectly the integrated approach prevalent in today’s drug design ✤✤ Every company employing medicinal chemists will be interested in this modern introduction to the topic READERSHIP: Medicinal chemists, pharmaceutical chemists, toxicologists, the pharmaceutical industry SERIES: METHODS AND PRINCIPLES IN MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY

DEC 2010 380PP 978-3-527-32603-7 CL £120.00 €149.00

Chemokine Receptors as Drug Targets Edited by MARTINE J. SMIT, SERGIO A. LIRA, ROB LEURS, RAIMUND MANNHOLD, HUGO KUBINYI & GERD FOLKERS Free University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands; Mount Sinai School of Medicine, USA; Free University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands; University of Düsseldorf, Germany; University of Heidelberg, Germany; Swiss Institute of Technology (ETH), Switzerland

✤✤ Following a decade of basic chemokine research, the pharmaceutical industry has now begun to exploit this crucial signalling pathway for the development of innovative drugs against AIDS, cancer, and autoimmune diseases. Here is the first reference focusing on these novel drug development opportunities ✤✤ About half of the contributors are researchers from drug development programs of big pharma companies, such as Pfizer, Merck-Serono, and Organon. The results they report here are virtually impossible to obtain from any other non-classified source ✤✤ The target-based approach to drug development has by now become the standard in the industry, replacing earlier, indication-based strategies READERSHIP: Medicinal chemists, pharmaceutical chemists, pharmaceutical industry, immunologists SERIES: METHODS AND PRINCIPLES IN MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY

OCT 2010 450PP 978-3-527-32118-6 CL £130.00 €139.00

Oral Controlled Release Formulation Design and Drug Delivery Theory to Practice

HONG WEN & KINAM PARK Novartis, USA; Purdue University, USA

✤✤ Describes the theories, applications, and challenges for different oral controlled release formulations ✤✤ Includes the related areas like preformulation, biopharmaceutics, in vitro-in vivo correlations (IVIVC), quality by design (QbD), and regulatory issues ✤✤ Covers a hot topic both for both R&D and commercial delivery products ✤✤ Brings together into one volume, a widespread amount of information on oral controlled release formulations READERSHIP: Pharmaceutical scientists, researchers, product developers, academics/regulatory agency scientists involved in drug delivery, graduates in pharmacy

OCT 2010 374PP 978-0-470-25317-5 CL £73.50 €91.90

Anticholinesterase Pesticides Metabolism, Neurotoxicity, and Epidemiology

Edited by TETSUO SATOH & RAMESH C. GUPTA Chiba University, Japan; Murray State University, USA

✤✤ Provides a thorough, authoritative reference on pesticides and their toxicity ✤✤ Includes epidemiological data on pesticide poisoning ✤✤ Integrates aspects of metabolism, epidemiology, toxicology, biochemistry, molecular biology ✤✤ Covers fundamental science and biomonitoring applications ✤✤ Presents a broad international perspective with authors and chapters focused on pesticide studies around the world

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READERSHIP: Toxicologists, pesticide researchers, biochemists/enzymologists, neurotoxicologists, epidemiologists, poison control centers, physicians and health scientists, agrochemical companies, academic, corporate, and research libraries

OCT 2010 624PP 978-0-470-41030-1 CL £100.50 €125.00


Edited by PETER RÖSNER, THOMAS JUNGE, FOLKER WESTPHAL & GISELHER FRITSCHI Regional Department of Criminal Investigation Kiel, Germany; Regional Department of Criminal Investigation Kiel, Germany; Regional Department of Criminal Investigation Kiel, Germany; Regional Department of Criminal Investigation Wiesbaden, Germany

✤✤ Covers the entire range of designer drugs up to December 2009 ✤✤ The database is an indispensable tool for the fast identification of drugs ✤✤ Carefully compiled by the mass spectral experts ✤✤ The CD-ROM includes the electronic database formats of various instrument vendors READERSHIP: Forensic scientists, toxicologists, clinical chemists, investigating authorities, analytical laboratories, army, customs

CHEMISTRY

Mass Spectra of Designer Drugs 2010

MAR 2010 700PP 978-3-527-32725-6 SOFTWARE £3,820.00 €4,998.00 Mass Spectra of Designer Drugs 2010 Upgrade MAR 2010 700PP 978-3-527-32726-3 SOFTWARE £1,525.00 €1,995.00

Chemistry and Analysis of Radionuclides Laboratory Techniques and Methodology

JUKKA LEHTO & XIAOLIN HOU University of Helsinki, Finland; Technical University of Denmark, Denmark

✤✤ The chemist’s lab guide to radiochemical techniques and methods ✤✤ Provides practical instructions for the everyday work of radiochemists ✤✤ Safe and green through knowledge: how to handle nuclear waste and radioactivity in the environment ✤✤ The comprehensive guide to radioactive elements, written by chemists for chemists READERSHIP: Nuclear chemists, radiation chemists, geochemists, graduate students

NOV 2010 300PP 978-3-527-32658-7 CL £80.00 €89.00

Name Reactions for Carbocyclic Ring Formations Edited by JIE JACK LI & E. J. COREY Bristol-Myers Squibb Company, USA; Harvard University, USA

✤✤ Provides an authoritative and comprehensive coverage of the name reactions specific to ring formation ✤✤ Each section includes a description of the reaction, the historical perspective, a mechanism for the reaction, variations and improvements on the reaction, synthetic utilities of the reaction, experimental details, and current references to the primary literature ✤✤ Primary topics include various carbocycles (three, five, six and large-ring carbocycles), and the transformation of carbocycles ✤✤ Contributors are authorities on name reactions on ring formation READERSHIP: Graduate students, research organic chemists, medicinal chemists, chemistry and medicinal libraries SERIES: COMPREHENSIVE NAME REACTIONS

SEP 2010 736PP 978-0-470-08506-6 CL £83.50 €105.00

Catalyzed Carbon-Heteroatom Bond Formation Edited by ANDREI K. YUDIN University of Toronto, Canada

✤✤ Covers a very important reaction type for many applications in the pharmaceutical and fine chemicals industry, as well as academic research ✤✤ Written by an experienced editor widely acclaimed within the scientific community, this book covers everything from oxygen to nitrogen functionalities ✤✤ The result is an indispensable source of information for the strategic planning of the synthetic routes ✤✤ Many biologically active substances, as well as fine chemicals and intermediates have structures that are covered in this book READERSHIP: Organic chemists, catalytic chemists, chemists in industry, medicinal chemists, libraries

SEP 2010 600PP 978-3-527-32428-6 CL £130.00 €149.00

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Complex Macromolecular Architectures

CHEMISTRY

Synthesis, Characterization, and Self-Assembly

Edited by NIKOS HADJICHRISTIDIS, YASUYUKI TEZUKA, AKIRA HIRAO & FILIP DU PREZ University of Athens, Greece; Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan; Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan; Ghent University, Belgium

✤✤ Edited and organized by highly regarded scientists in the field ✤✤ Presents systematic introduction into the synthesis of complex macromolecular architecture ✤✤ Contains contributions from leading experts from North America, Asia and Europe ✤✤ A one-stop reference resource for important accomplishments in the intended area READERSHIP: Scientists in universities, institutes and companies who are specialists in the field of polymer chemistry, graduate students and researchers

DEC 2010 800PP 978-0-470-82513-6 CL £220.00 €272.00

Amino Acids, Peptides and Proteins in Organic Chemistry Volume 3 - Building Blocks, Catalysis and Coupling Chemistry

Edited by ANDREW B. HUGHES La Trobe University, Australia

✤✤ Amino acids, proteins and peptides are fundamental molecules of life, ubiquitous not only in every field of biology and biochemistry but also in organic chemistry ✤✤ This book series seeks to provide the reader with a comprehensive discussion of the occurrence, uses and applications of amino acids and by extension their polymeric forms, peptides and proteins ✤✤ The volumes draw upon the expertise of many highly acclaimed scientists from around the world both academic and industrial ✤✤ The practical value of each volume is heightened by the inclusion of experimental procedures READERSHIP: Organic chemists, biochemists, protein chemists, biotechnologists, chemists in industry, libraries SERIES: AMINO ACIDS, PEPTIDES AND PROTEINS IN ORGANIC CHEMISTRY

dec 2010 600PP 978-3-527-32102-5 CL £140.00 €159.00

Stereochemical Aspects of Organolithium Compounds Topics in Stereochemistry Volume 26

Edited by ROBERT E. GAWLEY & JAY SIEGEL University of Arkansas, USA; University of Zurich, Switzerland

✤✤ Topics in Stereochemistry, previously edited by “the father of stereochemistry” Ernest L. Eliel, is a longstanding, successful series covering the most important advances in the field ✤✤ This series deals with important issues in stereochemistry, which is the three-dimensional spatial orientation of molecules, also called the chirality (or handedness) of molecules ✤✤ Volume 26 of Topics in Stereochemistry marks the end of an era, while developing a bridge to the next generation READERSHIP: Organic, biological, medical, materials, chemistry and engineering libraries, practicing researchers in pharmaceuticals, biotech, polymers, materials, and fine chemical industries, professionals and advanced graduate students in organic, biological, materials, and polymer chemistry, engineering in academia, government, and industries SERIES: TOPICS IN STEREOCHEMISTRY

FEB 2010 305PP 978-3-90639-061-1 CL £110.00 €129.00

Mass Spectrometry for Microbial Proteomics Edited by HAROUN SHAH & SAHEER GHARBIA Both of Health Protection Agency Centre for Infections, UK

✤✤ Mass spectrometry is on the verge of being introduced in many microbiology laboratories and this book will enable microbiologists to start using it in their proteomics research ✤✤ Brings together information currently scattered across numerous journals ✤✤ Includes contributions from international researchers in microbiology, mass spectroscopy, and instrument manufacturers ✤✤ Divided into six sections that follow the general progression in which most microbiology laboratories are approaching the subject - Transition, Tools, Preparation, Profiling by Patterns, Target Proteins, and Data Analysis

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READERSHIP: Microbiologists and technicians in microbiology laboratories, health professionals, analytical chemists involved in applying mass spectrometry technologies to microbiological research, institutions dealing with emerging infections or bioterrorism

jul 2010

536PP 978-0-470-68199-2 CL £70.00 €84.90


DAVID MICHA University of Florida, USA

✤✤ Modern and unified treatment of kinetics for a wide range of phenomena including transport, energy and charge transfer, reactions, and kinetics at interfaces ✤✤ Comprehensive description starting from atomic structure ✤✤ Provides concepts, theory and computational approaches, as well as worked examples ✤✤ Relevant to technologies for new materials, biological phenomena, energy and fuels production READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate students, beginning graduate students, researchers, engineers and biologists working at government and private research labs, energy and fuels industry, pharmaceutical industry

CHEMISTRY

Kinetics in Condensed Matter and at Interfaces

NOV 2010 400PP 978-0-470-38371-1 CL £86.95 €109.00

Uhlig’s Corrosion Handbook 3rd Edition

R. WINSTON REVIE Canada Centre for Mineral and Energy Technology, Canada

✤✤ Presents a thorough and timely compilation of the different topics important for understanding and controlling materials degradation in different environments ✤✤ Includes coverage of: corrosion rates of steel in major river systems and atmospheric corrosion rates, the corrosion behaviour of materials such as weathering steels and newer stainless alloys, the corrosion behaviour and engineering approaches to corrosion control for non-metallic materials READERSHIP: Engineers, scientists, students, plant engineers, materials engineers, corrosion engineers, chemical engineers, design engineers, pipeline engineers, materials scientists, failure analysts, professors of materials science and engineering, university and research laboratories SERIES: THE ECS SERIES OF TEXTS AND MONOGRAPHS

NOV 2010 1004PP 978-0-470-08032-0 CL £133.00 €165.00

REPLACES ISBN 978-0-471-15777-9

Microcellular Injection Molding JINGYI XU & (Foreword) LIH-SHENG (TOM) TURNG Engel Machinery, USA; University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA

✤✤ Presents basic principles and process details of interest to both industry and academic readers ✤✤ Helps industrial professionals understand how microcellular injection moulding enhances product design, improves processing efficiency, and reduces product costs ✤✤ Describes process, equipment, design, materials, predictive tools, and applications ✤✤ Provides guidelines for quality and quantity analyses for processing and equipment design ✤✤ Includes mathematical models, micrographs of rheology and thermodynamics, and methodologies for process optimization READERSHIP: Plastics engineers and processors, technical engineers, R&D managers, new product development managers, automotive engineers SERIES: WILEY SERIES ON PLASTICS ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY

SEP 2010 656PP 978-0-470-46612-4 CL £100.00 €125.00

Green Polymerization Methods

Renewable Starting Materials, Catalysis and Waste Reduction

Edited by ROBERT T. MATHERS & MICHAEL A. R. MEIER Pennsylvania State University, USA; Fachhochschule Oldenburg Ostfriesland Wilhelmshaven, Germany

✤✤ Designing polymers and developing polymerization processes that are safe, prevent pollution, and are more efficient in the use of materials and energy is an important topic in modern chemistry ✤✤ There is no book on the market which covers this topic in that great detail ✤✤ Every aspect is included, from renewable materials to waste reduction, from biocatalysis to solvent free methods ✤✤ A new title for our successful Green Chemistry book series READERSHIP: Polymer chemists, chemists working with organometallics, biochemists, physical chemists, chemical engineers, biotechnologists, materials scientists, catalytic chemists SERIES: GREEN CHEMISTRY

DEC 2010 460PP 978-3-527-32625-9 CL £130.00 €149.00

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A Practical Approach to Hazard Identification

CHEMISTRY

for Operations and Maintenance Workers

CCPS ✤✤ Acts as a portable resource and reference for hazard identification ✤✤ Practical hands-on guide ✤✤ Provides accident case studies showing how hazards played a role and how hazard identification could have prevented the incident including Napp, Lodi, NJ ✤✤ Includes a section on the tools to identify hazards such as a plant walkthrough/checklist ✤✤ Consolidating years of front-line experience READERSHIP: Companies including chemical, petroleum, pharmaceutical, electronics, food and beverage, mining, and other companies which handle or manufacture chemicals, new engineers entering the plant environment

JUN 2010 312PP 978-0-470-63524-7 CL £80.50 €99.90

Guidelines for Engineering Design for Process Safety 2nd Edition

CCPS ✤✤ New topics covered in this book include inherently safer design, safety instrumented systems, and layer of protection analysis ✤✤ Serves as a single comprehensive reference for engineering design topics as they relate to process safety ✤✤ Provides methods for selecting designs that can prevent or mitigate the release of flammable or toxic materials, which could lead to a fire, explosion, or environmental damage ✤✤ Includes an extensive bibliography to related publications and topic-specific information, as well as key information on failure modes and potential design solutions READERSHIP: Process safety professionals in all areas from government to academia to manufacturing, design engineers, risk engineers, insurers

NOV 2010 704PP 978-0-470-76772-6 CL £100.50 €125.00

REPLACES ISBN 978-0-8169-0565-2

AntiBase 2010 SciDex Upgrade The Natural Compound Identifier

HARTMUT LAATSCH ✤✤ Antibase 2010 SciDex Upgrade, the Natural Compound Identifier, is a comprehensive database of 37,191 natural compounds from micro-organisms and higher fungi ✤✤ The data in AntiBase have been collected from the primary and secondary literature and then carefully checked and validated ✤✤ AntiBase includes descriptive data (molecular formula and mass, elemental composition, CAS registry number); physico-chemical data (melting point, optical rotation); spectroscopic data (UV, 13C-NMR, IR and mass spectra); biological data (pharmacological activity, toxicity); information on origin and isolation and a summary of literature sources ✤✤ A unique feature of AntiBase is the use of predicted 13C-NMR spectra for those compounds where no measured spectra are available. These spectra have been produced using the spectrum prediction program SpecInfo READERSHIP: Microbiologists, organic chemists, biochemists, pharmaceutical chemists and biologists in pharmaceutical, chemical and biotechnological companies/faculties

JUN 2010 450PP 978-3-527-32724-9 SOFTWARE £1,734.00 €2,030.00

AntiBase 2010 SciDex The Natural Compound Identifier

HARTMUT LAATSCH ✤✤ Antibase 2010 SciDex, the Natural Compound Identifier, is a comprehensive database of 37,191 natural compounds from micro-organisms and higher fungi ✤✤ The data in AntiBase have been collected from the primary and secondary literature and then carefully checked and validated ✤✤ AntiBase includes descriptive data (molecular formula and mass, elemental composition, CAS registry number); physico-chemical data (melting point, optical rotation); spectroscopic data (UV, 13C-NMR, IR and mass spectra); biological data (pharmacological activity, toxicity); information on origin and isolation and a summary of literature sources ✤✤ A unique feature of AntiBase is the use of predicted 13C-NMR spectra for those compounds where no measured spectra are available. These spectra have been produced using the spectrum prediction program SpecInfo

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MAY 2010 450PP 978-3-527-32722-5 SOFTWARE £7,300.00 €8,590.00


The Natural Compound Identifier

HARTMUT LAATSCH ✤✤ Antibase 2010 Upgrade, the Natural Compound Identifier, is a comprehensive database of 37,191 natural compounds from micro-organisms and higher fungi ✤✤ The data in AntiBase have been collected from the primary and secondary literature and then carefully checked and validated ✤✤ AntiBase includes descriptive data (molecular formula and mass, elemental composition, CAS registry number); physico-chemical data (melting point, optical rotation); spectroscopic data (UV, 13C-NMR, IR and mass spectra); biological data (pharmacological activity, toxicity); information on origin and isolation and a summary of literature sources

CHEMISTRY

AntiBase 2010 Upgrade

✤✤ A unique feature of AntiBase is the use of predicted 13C-NMR spectra for those compounds where no measured spectra are available. These spectra have been produced using the spectrum prediction program SpecInfo READERSHIP: Microbiologists, organic chemists, biochemists, pharmaceutical chemists and biologists in pharmaceutical, chemical and biotechnological companies/faculties

MAR 2010 450PP 978-3-527-32723-2 SOFTWARE £1,475.00 €1,925.00

AntiBase 2010

The Natural Compound Identifier

HARTMUT LAATSCH ✤✤ Antibase 2010, the Natural Compound Identifier, is a comprehensive database of 37,191 natural compounds from micro-organisms and higher fungi. ✤✤ The data in AntiBase have been collected from the primary and secondary literature and then carefully checked and validated ✤✤ AntiBase includes descriptive data (molecular formula and mass, elemental composition, CAS registry number); physico-chemical data (melting point, optical rotation); spectroscopic data (UV, 13C-NMR, IR and mass spectra); biological data (pharmacological activity, toxicity); information on origin and isolation and a summary of literature sources ✤✤ A unique feature of AntiBase is the use of predicted 13C-NMR spectra for those compounds where no measured spectra are available. These spectra have been produced using the spectrum prediction program SpecInfo READERSHIP: Microbiologists, organic chemists, biochemists, pharmaceutical chemists and biologists in pharmaceutical, chemical and biotechnological companies/faculties

MAR 2010 450PP 978-3-527-32721-8 SOFTWARE £6,110.00 €7,990.00

International Tables for Crystallography 8 Volume Set 2nd Edition

Edited by HARTMUT FUESS, THEO HAHN, HANS WONDRATSCHEK, ULRICH MÜLLER, URI SHMUELI, ANDRÉ AUTHIER, VOJTECH KOPSKÝ, DANIEL B. LITVIN, MICHAEL G. ROSSMANN, EDWARD ARNOLD, SYDNEY R. HALL & B. MCMAHON Darmstadt University of Technology, Germany, RWTH Aachen University, Germany; Universität Karlsruhe, Germany; Philipps-Universität, Germany; Tel Aviv University, Israel; Institut de Minéralogie et de la Physique des Milieux Condensés, France; University of the South Pacific, Fiji; The Pennsylvania State University, USA; Purdue University, USA; Center for Advanced Biotechnology and Medicine & Rutgers University, USA; University of Western Australia, Australia; International Union of Crystallography, UK

✤✤ The definitive resource and reference work for crystallography and structural science and includes nearly 6,000 pages in total, with 2,000 pages of symmetry tables for crystallography analysis ✤✤ Contains articles and tables of data relevant to crystallographic research and to applications of crystallographic methods in all sciences concerned with the structure and properties of materials READERSHIP: Scientists in academia and industry using crystallographic techniques in physics, chemistry, materials science, metallurgy, earth sciences and molecular biology SERIES: IUCr SERIES INTERNATIONAL TABLES OF CRYSTALLOGRAPHY

MAY 2010 5980PP 978-0-470-66163-5 CL £1,340.00 €1,650.00

REPLACES ISBN 978-1-4020-4969-9

Monolithic Silicas in Separation Science Concepts, Syntheses, Characterization, Modeling and Applications

Edited by KLAUS K. UNGER, NOBUO TANAKA & EGIDIJUS MACHTEJEVAS University Mainz, Germany; Kyoto Institute of Technology, Japan; Gutenberg Universität, Germany

✤✤ This book is edited by THE experts and pioneers of the field ✤✤ The advantages of this technique are drastically reduced time scales and much better quality for the separation processes ✤✤ This technique can be used from bulk to nano quantities and in many fields of separations ✤✤ Hot topic: monolithic silica got over 63,000 hits in Google search. A lot of journals article published, but no book READERSHIP: Chemists, chromatographers, analytical chemists, biochemists, biologists, libraries

dec 2010 350PP 978-3-527-32575-7 CL £95.00 €109.00

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Reviews of Computational Chemistry

CHEMISTRY

Volume 27

KENNETH B. LIPKOWITZ Indiana University/Purdue University at Indianapolis, USA

✤✤ The series contains updated and comprehensive compendiums of molecular modeling software that list hundreds of programs, services, suppliers and other information that every chemist will find useful ✤✤ Detailed author and subject indices help the reader to quickly discover particular topics ✤✤ The chapters are approached in a tutorial manner and written in a non-mathematical style allowing students and researchers to access computational methods outside their immediate area of expertise READERSHIP: Computational chemists, theoretical chemists, pharmaceutical chemists, biological chemists, chemical engineers, inorganic chemists, organometallic chemists, synthetic organic chemists, polymer chemists, industry personnel, and chemistry graduate students SERIES: REVIEWS IN COMPUTATIONAL CHEMISTRY

NOV 2010 400PP 978-0-470-58714-0 CL £117.00 €145.00

Systems Approach to Management of Disasters Methods and Applications

SLOBODAN P. SIMONOVI University of Western Ontario, Canada

✤✤ Application of the methodologies presented and use of the programs can be used to solve real disaster management problems ✤✤ Analytical emphasis is placed on application of systems approach to disaster management ✤✤ Includes state of the art systems simulation software programs Vensim PLE, LINPRO, and COMPRO and applies them to disaster management ✤✤ Regularly updated website with additional exercises and solutions, as well as applications that can be shared among the users of the book READERSHIP: Students, faculty, libraries, universities in the area of disaster management, continuous education, professionals working at higher levels of government and the disaster research community

DEC 2010 340PP 978-0-470-52809-9 CL £76.95 €95.90

Hydrogen Bonding and Transfer in the Excited State 2 Volume Set

KE-LI HAN & GUANG-JIU ZHAO Both of Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, China

✤✤ First book to describe hydrogen bonding and transfer in the excited state - an area of growing importance in photochemistry ✤✤ Provides a broad survey of this increasingly important field of study over 2 volumes and 40 chapters ✤✤ Written by an international team of experts READERSHIP: Postgraduates, postdoctorates and researchers in photochemistry, photobiology, photophysics, physical chemistry and chemical physics

NOV 2010 1072PP 978-0-470-66677-7 CL £295.00 €365.00

Surface Complexation Modeling Gibbsite

DAVID A. DZOMBAK & ATHANASIOS K. KARAMALIDIS Both of Carnegie Mellon University, USA;

✤✤ Develops and presents a consistent database for sorption of cations and anions on Gibbsite ✤✤ Presents a database for modelling of metal cations and anions on Gibbsite, the most common form of aluminium oxide found in nature and one of the most abundant minerals in soils, sediments, and natural waters ✤✤ Provides a synopsis of aluminium oxide forms and provides a clearly defined nomenclature for this class of minerals ✤✤ Gives a comparison of constants extracted from data for sorption on Gibbsite with those determined previously for hydrous ferric oxide (HFO) and the iron oxide goethite

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SEP 2010 296PP 978-0-470-58768-3 CL £100.00 €125.00


ACerS ✤✤ Provides a state-of-the-art collection of recent papers on proceedings from three American Ceramic Society (ACerS) meetings: the Glass Problems Conference; the International Conference on Advanced Ceramics and Composites; and the Porcelain Enamel Institute Technical Forum ✤✤ This is a very important, relevant product READERSHIP: Professional researchers in industry or government labs, academics in ceramic engineering, associations with related topical divisions or training courses (ASME, IEEE, SAE, AIChE), materials, chemical, engineering, and ceramic libraries SERIES: CERAMIC ENGINEERING AND SCIENCE PROCEEDINGS

NOV 2010 2800PP 978-0-470-59465-0 PR £280.00 €345.00

MATERIALS SCIENCE

CESP Set 2010 (For Prepaid International)

Ceramic Engineering and Science Proceedings Volume 31, Issue 2-9

ACerS ✤✤ Co-published by The American Ceramic Society and Wiley, Volume 31, Issues 2-9 of the Ceramic Engineering and Science Proceedings contains the latest advancements in both traditional glass manufacturing and in advanced ceramics and composites ✤✤ Content is from the 70th Conference on Glass Problems and the 34th International Conference on Advanced Ceramics and Composites READERSHIP: Professional researchers in industry or government labs, academics in ceramic engineering, associations with related topical divisions or training courses (ASME, IEEE, SAE, AIChE), materials, chemical, engineering, and ceramic libraries SERIES: CERAMIC ENGINEERING AND SCIENCE PROCEEDINGS

NOV 2010 Issue 2 Issue 4 Issue 6 Issue 8

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70th Conference on Glass Problems Ceramic Engineering and Science Proceedings Volume 31 Issue 1

ACerS ✤✤ Thousands of different chemical composites can be made into glass, and different formulas affect the properties of the glasses ✤✤ This book provides a state-of-the-art collection of recent papers on glass problems as presented at the 70th Conference on Glass Problems ✤✤ Sections on manufacturing, glass melters, energy, refractories, and the future of the glass industry and environmental regulations READERSHIP: Ceramic and glass scientists and engineers in industries (e.g., Corning, 3M) materials, chemical, engineering, and ceramic libraries SERIES: CERAMIC ENGINEERING AND SCIENCE PROCEEDINGS

JUN 2010 215PP 978-0-470-59466-7 CL £50.50 €63.90

Energy Materials Edited by DUNCAN W. BRUCE, RICHARD WALTON & DERMOT O’HARE University of York, UK; University of Warwick, UK; University of Oxford, UK

✤✤ A unique range of books, which concentrate on specific types of inorganic materials ✤✤ Inorganic electronic materials are a very important class of compounds with a wide range of (IT) applications ✤✤ The field has seen huge recent developments and an introduction to the chemistry of this field is needed ✤✤ Up-to-date contributions from leading experts in their field and editors with proven publication track records READERSHIP: Researchers, graduates and postdoctoral researchers in inorganic chemistry, solid-state physics and (inorganic) materials science and engineering SERIES: INORGANIC MATERIALS SERIES

DEC 2010 352PP 978-0-470-99752-9 CL £75.00 €93.90

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Introduction to Organic Semiconductor Heterojunctions

MATERIALS SCIENCE

DONGHANG YAN, HAIBO WANG & BAOXUN DU All of Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

✤✤ First book systematically introducing organic heterojunctions ✤✤ A one-stop reference containing all aspects of organic semiconductor heterojunctions ✤✤ Arms readers with both theoretical and experimental aspects of the intended area ✤✤ The Chinese edition of the book is  part of the Chinese Academy of Sciences’ Distinguished Yong Scholar Scientific Book Series READERSHIP: Researchers, graduate students and instructors focusing on organic thin film devices like organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs), organic photovoltaic (OPV) cells, organic field-effect transistors (OFETs), or relevant fields like solid state physics, material sciences

sep 2010 320PP 978-0-470-82594-5 CL £110.00 €139.00

Nanohybrids and Their Applications Synthesis, Characterization, and Applications

B. P. S. CHAUHAN William Paterson University, USA

✤✤ Provides an interdisciplinary approach to organic/inorganic nanostructures, which have found applications in various fields such as catalysis and human health ✤✤ Presents the basic principles underlying the synthesis and fabrication of nanohybrids, their benefits, selfassembly fabrication, and applications ✤✤ Discusses the most recent developments pertaining to the synthesis, characterizations, and applications of hybrid nanomaterials in a format that various disciplines can understand and use ✤✤ Written by experts in this field, the text provides a fundamental insight into tricks, tools, and challenges associated with these technique or technology for engineers and scientists READERSHIP: Organic and inorganic chemists, biochemists, physicists, materials scientists, industrial chemists, chemical and biomedical engineers, scientists performing catalysis

NOV 2010 425PP 978-0-470-48760-0 CL £83.50 €105.00

Carbon Nanomaterials Edited by CHALLA S. S. R. KUMAR Louisiana State University, USA

✤✤ Successor to the highly acclaimed 10-volume series Nanotechnologies for the Life Sciences, the first landmark contribution in the field by the same editor, C. S. S. R. Kumar ✤✤ Provides essential awareness of life science applications to materials researchers, and of nanomaterials’ abilities to life scientists ✤✤ Recently, fascinating progress has been on many fronts - all important material classes covered here in dedicated volumes: metallic, metal oxide, magnetic, carbon, polymeric and semiconducting nanomaterials ✤✤ Serves as a cross-disciplinary, major reference work in the field that brings together pertinent knowledge which is widely spread out over many different sources READERSHIP: Materials scientists, chemists, biologists, institutes, institutions, libraries, molecular biologists, clinical physicists, physiological chemists, medicinal chemists, toxicologists SERIES: NANOMATERIALS FOR LIFE SCIENCES

DEC 2010 400PP 978-3-527-32169-8 CL £130.00 €149.00

Polymeric Nanomaterials Edited by CHALLA S. S. R. KUMAR Louisiana State University, USA

✤✤ Successor to the highly acclaimed 10-volume series Nanotechnologies for the Life Sciences, the first landmark contribution in the field by the same editor, C. S. S. R. Kumar ✤✤ Provides essential awareness of life science applications to materials researchers, and of nanomaterials’ abilities to life scientists ✤✤ Recently, fascinating progress has been on many fronts - all important material classes covered here in dedicated volumes: metallic, metal oxide, magnetic, carbon, polymeric and semiconducting nanomaterials ✤✤ Serves as a cross-disciplinary, major reference work in the field that brings together pertinent knowledge which is widely spread out over many different sources

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DEC 2010 400PP 978-3-527-32170-4 CL £130.00 €149.00


Edited by CHALLA S. S. R. KUMAR Lousiana State University, USA

✤✤ Successor to the highly acclaimed 10-volume series Nanotechnologies for the Life Sciences, the first landmark contribution in the field by the same editor, C. S. S. R. Kumar ✤✤ Provides essential awareness of life science applications to materials researchers, and of nanomaterials’ abilities to life scientists ✤✤ Recently, fascinating progress has been on many fronts - all important material classes covered here in dedicated volumes: metallic, metal oxide, magnetic, carbon, polymeric and semiconducting nanomaterials ✤✤ Serves as a cross-disciplinary, major reference work in the field that brings together pertinent knowledge which is widely spread out over many different sources READERSHIP: Materials scientists, chemists, biologists, molecular biologists, clinical physicists, physiological chemists, medicinal chemists, toxicologists, institutes, institutions, libraries SERIES: NANOMATERIALS FOR LIFE SCIENCES (VCH)

AUG 2010 400PP 978-3-527-32168-1 CL £130.00 €149.00

MATERIALS SCIENCE

Nanocomposites

Microfluidic Devices in Nanotechnology Handbook 2 Volume Set

CHALLA S. S. R. KUMAR Louisiana State University, USA

✤✤ Divided into two volumes, this is the first work to comprehensively discuss the developments in microfluidics coupled with nanotechnology ✤✤ This approach is a revolutionary way for growing numbers of investigations to replace, in the future, conventional synthesis of nanomaterials and nanomaterials-based analytical methods by lab-on-a-chip systems combining micro fluidic devices with nanotechnology READERSHIP: Undergraduate students, graduate students, researchers across academia and industry, science policy makers, in nanoscience, nanotechnology, microfluidics, materials science, physical chemistry, biotechnology, medicinal chemistry, pharmaceutics, bio- and chemical engineering, analytical chemistry

AUG 2010 1000PP 978-0-470-87611-4 CL £167.00 €209.00

Also available individually: Microfluidic Devices in Nanotechnology: Applications 978-0-470-59069-0 CL £96.95 €122.00 Microfluidic Devices in Nanotechnology: Fundamental Concepts 978-0-470-47227-9 CL £96.95 €122.00

Light Scattering, Size Exclusion Chromatography and Asymmetric Flow Field Flow Fractionation Powerful Tools for the Characterization of Polymers, Proteins and Nanoparticles

STEPAN PODZIMEK SYNPO, Czech Republic

✤✤ Systematically compares results of size exclusion chromatography with results of asymmetric flow field flow fractionation, and how these two methods complement each other ✤✤ Contains in depth guidelines for reproducible and correct determination of molar mass and molecular size of polymers using SEC or A4F coupled with a light scattering detector ✤✤ Presents numerous up-to-date examples of experimental results obtained by light scattering, SEC and A4F measurements READERSHIP: Manufacturers of chromatographic instrumentation, scientists, researchers, university teachers and students in laboratories of polymer, biotech and pharmaceutical research and quality control

DEC 2010 384PP 978-0-470-38617-0 CL £60.50 €75.90

Poly(lactic acid)

Synthesis, Structures, Properties, Processing, and Applications

Edited by RAFAEL A. AURAS, LOONG-TAK LIM, SUSAN E. M. SELKE & HIDETO TSUJI Michigan State University, USA; University of Guelph, Canada; Michigan State University, USA; Toyohashi University, Japan

✤✤ Covers chemistry, structure, and property basics of poly(lactic acid) (PLA) as well as the biodegradability, recycling, and sustainability benefits of PLA ✤✤ Details polymerization reactions for PLA production and material properties of PLA ✤✤ Includes a chapter on spectroscopy techniques for PLA analysis (UV-VIS, FTIR, RAMAN, and NMR) ✤✤ Discusses industrial processing methods, conversion technologies, blending, moulding, degradation, and spinning; and applications in medical items, packaging, and environmental use READERSHIP: Polymer scientists and plastics engineers, materials scientists, polymer chemists, chemical engineers, R&D managers, scientists and engineers SERIES: WILEY SERIES ON PLASTICS ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY

OCT 2010 432PP 978-0-470-29366-9 CL £100.50 €125.00

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Generating Micro- and Nanopatterns on Polymeric Materials

MATERIALS SCIENCE

Edited by EDUARD ARZT & ARÁNZAZU DEL CAMPO Both of INM - Leibniz Institut for New Materials, Germany

✤✤ This first handbook on this hot subject presents current processing methods suitable for the fabrication of micro and nanostructured surfaces made out of polymeric materials ✤✤ Covers the steps and polymeric materials involved, as well as the resulting structures, and is rounded off by a section on the manifold fields of application, such as disposable biomedical devices, tissue engineering and implant fabrication, biofouling, biomimetic surfaces and photonic structures ✤✤ As a result, chemists, material scientists and physicists gain a critical understanding of this topic at an early stage of its development READERSHIP: Materials scientists, surface chemists, polymer chemists, libraries, electrotechnical industry, electrical engineers

DEC 2010 430PP 978-3-527-32508-5 CL £130.00 €149.00

Biocatalysis in Polymer Chemistry Edited by KATJA LOOS University of Groningen, The Netherlands

✤✤ This is the first handbook about this hot and environmentally friendly topic in the market ✤✤ All important aspects like enzyme immobilization, enzymatic polymer synthesis, theoretical discussion, solvents and more are covered by international leading experts ✤✤ Of high interest for biochemists and polymer chemists working in academia and industry ✤✤ A new title in our successful “Green Chemistry” book series READERSHIP: Biochemists, catalytic chemists, biotechnologists, plastics technologists, materials scientists, chemists in industry, libraries SERIES: GREEN CHEMISTRY

NOV 2010 450PP 978-3-527-32618-1 CL £130.00 €149.00

Conjugated Polymer Synthesis Methods and Reactions

Edited by YOSHIKI CHUJO Kyoto University, Japan

✤✤ Edited and authored by top international experts, this first book on conjugated polymers with a focus on synthesis provides a detailed overview of all modern synthetic methods for these highly interesting compounds ✤✤ As such, it describes every important compound class, including polysilanes, organoboron compounds, and ferrocene-containing conjugated polymers ✤✤ Many new synthetic developments in this field have opened the door to new applications READERSHIP: Polymer chemists, chemists working with/on organometallics, organic chemists, materials scientists, libraries

NOV 2010 370PP 978-3-527-32267-1 CL £130.00 €149.00

Machining Composites Materials D. J. PAOLO University of Aveiro, Portugal

✤✤ Aims to provide the fundamentals and the recent advances in the machining of composite materials (polymers, metals and ceramics) for modern manufacturing engineering ✤✤ Demonstrates how to overcome the unique challenges in machining composites ✤✤ The three parts of the book cover the machining of polymeric, metal and ceramic matrix composites READERSHIP: Manufacturing and materials researchers, manufacturing and mechanical engineers, professionals in composite technology and related industries

NOV 2009 288PP 978-1-84821-170-4 CL £80.50 €99.90

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MAHMOOD ALIOFKHAZRAEI & ALIREZA SABOUR ROUHAGHDAM Both of Tarbiat Modares University, Iran

✤✤ Many industrial applications including surface treatment and coating industry, aerospace industry, biomaterials industry, oil and gas industry, nanotechnology, wire and cable industry, textile machine manufacturing industry, heat treatment industry, electrodeposition industry ✤✤ This method is a greener and cheaper method for the industry because it requires less energy than other coating methods ✤✤ A lot of research focuses on developing plasma processes as greener surface treatment methods ✤✤ A versatile method for a wide range of different materials: stainless steels, commercially pure titanium, most metals and alloys READERSHIP: Materials scientists, plasma physicists, surface chemists, applied physicists, mechanical engineers, chemical engineers, libraries, industry

AUG 2010 280PP 978-3-527-32675-4 CL £110.00 €119.00

MATERIALS SCIENCE

Fabrication of Nanostructures by Plasma Electrolysis

Supercapacitors

Fundamentals, Systems, Applications, Emerging Trends

Edited by PRASHANT N. KUMTA Carnegie Mellon University, USA

✤✤ Covering all important capacitor materials and components, this much-needed book is the only up-to-date reference on recent developments in the field ✤✤ Divided into four parts, the monograph starts off with the fundamental theory and principles of operation for the different types of supercapacitor systems ✤✤ Parts two and three focus on the two most prominent classes of supercapacitors, oxidic and non-oxidic systems and their particularities ✤✤ The final part covers the various electrolyte systems that are key materials for the operation and application fields of the capacitor systems READERSHIP: Materials scientists, electrochemists, electronics engineers, engineers in power technology, institutes, institutions, libraries, electrotechnical industry, chemical industry

DEC 2010 300PP 978-3-527-31998-5 CL £105.00 €119.00

Vapor Surface Treatments Edited by ALAIN GALERIE Grenoble INP, France

✤✤ This book details the most important techniques used in industrial applications, providing coverage from the basic physics to the technical details of each, with emphasis on the macroscopic engineering of the processes and the microscopic characterization of the produced coatings ✤✤ A section of the book is devoted to chemical vapor deposition (CVD) processes, with dedicated chapters dealing with i) principles and industrial applications, ii) the use of plasma and lasers to assist deposition, and iii) macroscopic modeling of reactors ✤✤ Contributions from leading experts at top research universities produce a complete overview of the vapor phase surface treatments which have an increasing role in modern surface engineering READERSHIP: Surface chemists, materials scientists, surface physicists, materials institutes, physical institutes, physicochemists, physicists, graduate students, libraries

NOV 2009 416PP 978-1-84821-171-1 CL £107.00 €132.00

Mercury Cadmium Telluride Growth, Properties and Applications

Edited by PETER CAPPER, JAMES GARLAND, SAFA KASAP & ARTHUR WILLOUGHBY SELEX Galileo Infrared Ltd, USA; EPIR Technologies, USA; University of Saskatchewan, Canada; University of Southampton, UK

✤✤ Provides a comprehensive treatment of the growth and characterization of MCT ✤✤ Contains an attractive balance of growth techniques and fundamental properties ✤✤ Presents information on the current state-of-the-art of this key material system ✤✤ An essential reference for researchers who want to check out a property value or read about a growth technique or device application ✤✤ Edited by experts in the field of mercury cadmium telluride (MCT) with contributions from many of the key groups working in the area from several different countries, thus giving it a wide appeal and making it truly international READERSHIP: Postgraduate students/researchers in physics, chemistry, materials science, crystal growth, and electronic engineering SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN MATERIALS FOR ELECTRONIC & OPTOELECTRONIC APPLICATIONS

NOV 2010 576PP 978-0-470-69706-1 CL £130.00 €162.00

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Functional Supramolecular Architectures

MATERIALS SCIENCE / PHYSICS

for Organic Electronics and Nanotechnology

Edited by PAOLO SAMORI & FRANCO CACIALLI University Louis Pasteur, France; University College London, UK

✤✤ Hot topic with tremendous impact: molecular electronics and nanotechnology have revolutionized research in chemistry, physics and materials science ✤✤ Current knowledge and new developments: the book reviews the state-of-the-art in functional supramolecular materials science and puts forward new ideas ✤✤ Indispensable resource: editors and authors comprehensively treat all important aspects of supramolecular architectures, with a strong emphasis on the application viewpoint READERSHIP: Materials scientists, organic chemists, molecular physicists, electrochemists, institutes, institutions, libraries

NOV 2010 900PP 978-3-527-32611-2 CL £215.00 €299.00

Handbook of Hot-dip Galvanization Edited by PETER MAASS, PETER PEISSKER & CHRISTINE AHNER Naunhof, Germany; Germany

✤✤ Based on the successful German edition, adapted to the international market: complete with international standards, regulations and best practices ✤✤ Comprehensive and accessible presentation of all important aspects of hot-dip galvanization: surface pretreatment, process and systems technology, environmental issues, quality management ✤✤ Essential reading for apprentices and professionals alike: step-by-step instructions and presentations as well as reference tables make the book invaluable for every galvanizer ✤✤ Richly illustrated: more than two hundred half-tone and colour figures show examples of zinc-coated work pieces READERSHIP: Metal processing industry, corrosion specialists, technical colleges, civil engineers, architects, construction engineers, construction experts, metallurgists, materials scientists, engineering consultants, small and medium sized companies

DEC 2010 530PP 978-3-527-32324-1 CL £70.00 €79.00

Understanding Physics 2nd Edition

MICHAEL MANSFIELD & COLM O’SULLIVAN Both of University College Cork, Ireland

✤✤ Comprehensive yet concise introduction to physics covering a wide range of material suitable for teaching core physics ✤✤ Contains new sections on the role of mathematical modelling in physics, energy and force transformations and derivations of the equations for mirrors and lenses ✤✤ Provides a foundation required to proceed smoothly to intermediate level courses in physics and engineering ✤✤ Includes many worked examples and problems, plus a solutions manual READERSHIP: Lecturers, undergraduate and postgraduate students

sep 2010 680PP 978-0-470-74637-0 PR £42.50 €53.90

Introduction to Biological Physics for the Health & Life Sciences KIRSTEN FRANKLIN, PAUL MUIR, TERRY SCOTT, LARA WILCOCKS, PAUL YATES & GERRY CARRINGTON All of University of Otago, New Zealand,

✤✤ Follows standard, well-established physics curricula but with an unusual combination of relatively low level and huge breadth, combined with a clear focus on health related examples ✤✤ All of the physics presented is motivated by its use in the health sciences, thus explicit, and frequent, reference to health science applications are included ✤✤ All explanations are short and easily understood, with no unnecessary complexity ✤✤ Lots of detailed worked examples and lots of problems for the students to solve

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SEP 2010

448PP 978-0-470-66593-0 PR £34.95 €43.90

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From First Principles to the Theory of Gravity

RICHARD N. HENRIKSEN Queen’s University, Northern Ireland

✤✤ Emphasize the real applications of relativity, for example, global positioning systems (GPS), rather than treatment of the theory as an intellectual curiosity ✤✤ Written by an author with extensive lecturing experience at undergraduate and postgraduate level

PHYSICS

Practical Relativity

✤✤ Contains problems and worked exercises ✤✤ Designed with the use of box summaries to allow easy access of practical results ✤✤ Comprehensive and logically structured with a unique combination of special and general relativity READERSHIP: Senior undergraduates and junior graduates studying physics, (theoretical) astronomy or electrical/mechanical engineering, professional astronomers and engineers

OCT 2010 280PP 978-0-470-74141-2 PR £34.95 €49.90

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Quantum Teleportation and Entanglement A Hybrid Approach to Optical Quantum Information Processing

AKIRA FURUSAWA & PETER VAN LOOCK University of Tokyo, Japan; University of Wales, UK

✤✤ Unique in that it is jointly written by an experimentalist and a theorist, this monograph presents universal quantum computation based on quantum teleportation as an elementary subroutine and multi-party entanglement as a universal resource ✤✤ Optical approaches to measurement-based quantum computation are also described, including schemes for quantum error correction, with most of the experiments carried out by the authors themselves ✤✤ Ranging from the theoretical background to the details of the experimental realization, the book describes results and advances in the field, backed by numerous illustrations of the authors’ experimental setups READERSHIP: Experimental physicists, atomic physicists, theoretical physicists, graduate students, lecturers, libraries at university institutes, research institutes

NOV 2010 300PP 978-3-527-40930-3 CL £80.00 €89.00

Quantum Physics

Volume 1: From Basics to Symmetries and Perturbations

VLADIMIR ZELEVINSKY Michigan State University, USA

✤✤ A modern 2-volume set on how to practically use quantum physics and theory ✤✤ Includes fundamental knowledge and applications regarding atomic, nuclear and solid state physics, and modern subfields such as quantum chaos and quantum entanglement ✤✤ Focuses on problem-solving issues ✤✤ Includes additional reading, problems and solutions throughout READERSHIP: Bachelor’s, Master’s and Ph.D. students in physics, lecturers in physics, libraries at universities, experimental physicists, theoretical physicists, solid state physicists, nuclear physicists, applied physicists

OCT 2010 664PP 978-3-527-40979-2 PR £80.00 €89.00

Quantum Physics

Volume 2: From Time-Dependent Dynamics to Many-Body Physics and Quantum Chaos

VLADIMIR ZELEVINSKY Michigan State University, USA

✤✤ A modern 2-volume set on how to practically use quantum physics and theory ✤✤ Includes fundamental knowledge and applications regarding atomic, nuclear and solid state physics, and modern subfields such as quantum chaos and quantum entanglement ✤✤ Includes additional reading, problems and solutions throughout ✤✤ Focuses on problem-solving issues ✤✤ Includes additional reading, problems and solutions throughout READERSHIP: Bachelor’s, Master’s and Ph.D. students in physics, lecturers in physics, libraries at universities, physicists, experimental physicists, theoretical physicists, solid state physicists, nuclear physicists, applied physicists

nov 2010 600PP 978-3-527-40984-6 PR £80.00 €89.00

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Modern Methods of Crystal Structure Prediction

PHYSICS

Edited by ARTEM R. OGANOV ETH Zurich, Switzerland

✤✤ Gathering leading specialists in the field of structure prediction, this book provides a unique view of this complex and rapidly developing field, reflecting the numerous viewpoints of the different authors ✤✤ Deals with a central problem of solid state physics and chemistry and is of great importance to the related fields of earth and planetary sciences, biosciences, and materials sciences ✤✤ A summary of the major achievements over the last few years and of the challenges still remaining makes this monograph very timely READERSHIP: Solid state physicists, solid state chemists, materials scientists, polymer chemists, physicists in industry, company libraries, libraries at universities

NOV 2010 400PP 978-3-527-40939-6 CL £120.00 €139.00

Raman Spectroscopy in Nanoscience and Nanometrology Carbon Nanotubes, Nanographite and Graphene

ADO JORIO & MILDRED S. DRESSELHAUS University of Minas Gerais, Brazil; Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA

✤✤ The single reference on how to investigate nanostructures with Raman Spectroscopy - the technique poised to become one of the main tools for nanoscience and nanometrology ✤✤ Addresses both the physics and chemistry points-of-view, building a link between the two languages ✤✤ Contains chapters focusing on practical use with separate sections conveying the theoretical foundation READERSHIP: Solid state physicists, materials scientists, spectroscopists, semiconductor physicists, physicists in industry, libraries at universities, company libraries

DEC 2010 350PP 978-3-527-40811-5 CL £85.00 €99.00

Relativistic Celestial Mechanics of the Solar System Edited by MICHAEL EFROIMSKY, GEORGE H. KAPLAN, SERGEI KOPEIKIN & JOHN D. ANDERSON U.S. Naval Observatory, USA; U.S. Naval Observatory, USA; University of Missouri, USA; University of Maryland, USA

✤✤ Celestial Mechanics is the branch of Astronomy describing the motions and interactions of celestial bodies from artificial satellites and space probes to stars and galaxies ✤✤ The surge in unmanned space missions to solar system bodies, as well as the search for extra solar planets makes vital a sound knowledge of the motions of these celestial bodies - and in a realistic way, involving relativistic treatment ✤✤ Includes refresher in relativity, then carefully explains the theory to facilitate practical application ✤✤ The authors come from highly regarded authorities, including the USNO READERSHIP: Astronomers, students in astronomy, aerospace physicians, aerospace engineers, aircraft and space industry, physical institutes, libraries

DEC 2010 450PP 978-3-527-40856-6 CL £95.00 €109.00

Dynamics at Solid State Surfaces and Interfaces Volume 1: Current Developments

Edited by UWE BOVENSIEPEN, HRVOJE PETEK & MARTIN WOLF Universität Duisburg-Essen

✤✤ Presents the state of the art of ultrafast/femtosecond structural and electronic dynamics of elementary processes at solid surfaces/interfaces, and presents the current status of photoinduced processes ✤✤ Covers concepts, experiments, new femtosecond and attosecond time-resolved methods, and the most recent advances ✤✤ Covers fundamental concepts to introduce the basic questions, set the stage, and provide the basis for understanding and appreciating the individual achievements that have been made in the field READERSHIP: Surface physicists, surface chemists, solid state physicists, solid state chemists, materials scientists, materials institutes, Ph.D. students in material sciences

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OCT 2010 650PP 978-3-527-40937-2 CL £120.00 €139.00


for Compliance with BS 7671:2008 Fourth Edition

MARK COATES & BRIAN JENKINS McGill University, Canada; Institution of Electrical Engineers, UK

✤✤ This is the 4th Edition of the successful Electrical Installation Calculations, published in agreement with the Electrical Contractors’ Association ✤✤ Fully revised to reflect the changes in the 17th Edition of the Wiring Regulations (published June 2008), including updated information on 230 volt references ✤✤ Includes new sections on buried cables that take into account soil thermal conductivity, trenches and grouping, allowing readers to carry out accurate cables sizing ✤✤ Supplies information and examples of steel wired armour cables, new to this edition READERSHIP: Electrical contractors, trainee electricians, experienced electricians, plant engineers, technical colleges and senior electrical engineering students, technicians, junior engineers, contracts managers

JUN 2010 192PP 978-1-4443-2426-6 PR £34.99 €43.90

Software Engineering on a Global Scale Distributed Development, Rightshoring, and Supplier Management

CHRISTOF EBERT Vector Consulting Services, Germany

✤✤ Is not strictly about “outsourcing,” which doesn’t have a great reputation at present, but rather about being successful in any kind of development where the personnel is geographically distributed ✤✤ Treats outsourcing as a complex “ecosystem” ✤✤ Contains practical hints and concrete “how to do it better” advice ✤✤ Supported by examples/case studies/perspectives from contributors well-known in the industry and sample questions/scenarios for students, both in the text and online READERSHIP: All levels of software managers, project managers, project teams, quality and product managers, consultants, procurement and purchasing managers, services suppliers, students in business and software engineering/management courses

ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING

Electrical Installation Calculations

DEC 2010 300PP 978-0-470-63619-0 PR £40.50 €49.90

Wörterbuch Industrielle Elektrotechnik, Energie- und Automatisierungstechnik / Dictionary of Electrical Engineering, Power Engineering and Automation CD-ROM Deutsch-Englisch / English-German. CD-ROM Edition 2011

Edited by SIEMENS A&D TRANSLATION SERVICES ✤✤ This CD-ROM dictionary comprises both volumes of the 6th print edition of the Dictionary of Electrical Engineering, Power Engineering and Automation ✤✤ Altogether containing about 240,000 entries and 320,000 translations, this dictionary is the worldwiderespected standard work for translators and engineers who require a comprehensive, reliable compilation of terms from electrical engineering, power engineering and automation READERSHIP: Power engineers, automation engineers, engineering consultants, electrotechnicians, patent agencies, patent lawyers, translators, universities of applied sciences, technical colleges

NOV 2010 352PP 978-3-89578-315-9 SOFTWARE £160.00 €189.00

Specialty Optical Fiber Technology for Optical Devices and Components UN-CHUL PAEK & KYUNGHWAN OH Both of Kwangju Institute of Science and Technology, Korea

✤✤ Deals with current issues in optical fiber design, fabrication and applications in optical devices and components ✤✤ Provides a comprehensive and concurrent discussion of optical fiber technology that can then be applied to individual fiber devices ✤✤ Only book to concentrate on specialty fibers, it includes a review of specialty fiber fabrication technologies and a discussion of dispersion managed fiber technology for high capacity WDM applications READERSHIP: Optical communications, fiber manufacturers, subsystem assemblers, universities and technical libraries SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN MICROWAVE AND OPTICAL ENGINEERING

DEC 2010 450PP 978-0-471-45558-5 CL £73.50 €91.90

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Laser Diodes and Their Applications to Communications and Information Processing TAKAHIRO NUMAI Ritsumeikan University, Japan

✤✤ Bridges the large gap between journal papers and textbooks, giving readers a working understanding so that they can comprehend the latest, most intricate journal papers and research in the field ✤✤ Gives the audience analytical tools for Fabry-Perot LDs, DFB-LDs, and VCSELs, including equations to follow ✤✤ Explains the potentials and uses of laser diodes in photonic devices, such as optical filters and optical functional devices READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate and graduate students, researchers in the fields of physics and electronics, from those at the beginning of their careers to senior scientists SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN MICROWAVE AND OPTICAL ENGINEERING

DEC 2010 400PP 978-0-470-53668-1 CL £73.50 €91.90

Radio Frequency Circuit Design 2nd Edition

W. ALAN DAVIS University of Texas at Arlington, USA

✤✤ Updates first edition to explain new techniques for RF design, particularly a better understanding of RF power amplifiers ✤✤ Expands upon class D and E power amplifier treatment ✤✤ Includes problems at the end of each chapter to aid in learning process ✤✤ Provides summary tables, graphs, equations, and SPICE examples ✤✤ Solutions manual available for instructors READERSHIP: Graduate students and professional engineers SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN MICROWAVE AND OPTICAL ENGINEERING

DEC 2010 380PP 978-0-470-57507-9 CL £73.50 €91.90

REPLACES ISBN 978-0-471-35052-1

Microwave and RF Engineering R SORRENTINO & GIOVANNI BIANCHI Both of University of Perugia, Italy

✤✤ Differs from other microwave books in that it includes topics, such as semiconductor device modelling or test instruments, which are commonly considered at the boundary with other electronic disciplines ✤✤ Merges the theoretical approach with the practical, and includes test instrument guides and unique realexperience examples ✤✤ Written in a way that makes it a useful tool for a first approach to the subject, but also provides additional depth for more advanced professionals ✤✤ Includes an accompanying CD, with further references useful for senior students and researchers READERSHIP: Microwave, RF and system engineers and designers, senior students and postgraduates in electrical engineering SERIES: MICROWAVE AND OPTICAL ENGINEERING

JUN 2010 896PP 978-0-470-75862-5 CL £90.00 €109.00

Image and Video Compression K. THYAGARAJAN Micro USA, Inc., USA

✤✤ Comprehensive coverage of subject matter in easy-to-understand fashion ✤✤ Powerful simulation examples to give readers hands-on experience ✤✤ Includes recent topics such as video compression in wireless environment ✤✤ MATLAB and generic codes provided website for students and professors READERSHIP: Senior and first year graduate students, professionals and practicing engineers searching to understand basic principles of video compression and standards, as well as simulating actual compression systems

OCT 2010 400PP 978-0-470-48416-6 CL £73.50 €91.90

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RICARDO GARCÍA Instituto de Microelectrónica de Madrid (CSIC), Spain

✤✤ Provides an introduction to the theory, instrumental aspects and applications of amplitude modulation AFM in academia and industry ✤✤ Fills a gap in the existing literature as no book with in-depth discussions of amplitude modulation force microscopy, the most commonly used technique among scientists in the fields of scanning probe microscopy, is as yet available ✤✤ Deals with one of the key techniques that support the expansion of the nanotechnology field READERSHIP: Physical institutes, physicists in industry, solid state physicists, engineers for measurement and control, libraries at university institutes

SEP 2010 250PP 978-3-527-40834-4 CL £95.00 €109.00

Applications of X-ray Microtomography to Geomaterials Edited by A. ALSHIBLI Louisana State University, USA

✤✤ Discusses a broad range of issues related to the use of computed tomography in geomaterials and geomechanics ✤✤ Contributions cover a wide range of topics ✤✤ Covers image-based computational modelling and software and visualization tools READERSHIP: Those interested in the application of computed tomography to geomaterials from both fundamental and applied perspectives

FEB 2010 448PP 978-1-84821-179-7 CL £117.00 €145.00

ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING

Amplitude Modulation Atomic Force Microscopy

Computational Photonics SALAH OBAYYA University of Glamorgan, UK

✤✤ Provides a thorough presentation of the state-of-the art in computational modelling techniques for photonics ✤✤ Contains broad coverage of both frequency- and time-domain techniques to suit a wide range of photonic devices ✤✤ Presents the advantages and disadvantages of the different modelling techniques, as well as their suitability for various photonic devices ✤✤ Shows the reader how to model, analyse, design and optimise the performance of a wide range of photonic devices building their own numerical code using these methods READERSHIP: Researchers, optical telecommunications engineers, engineers in photonics industry, PhD and MSc students undertaking courses in the areas of photonics and optical telecommunications

NOV 2010 416PP 978-0-470-68893-9 CL £75.00 €92.90

RFID Systems

Research Trends and Challenges

MIODRAG BOLIC, DAVID SIMPLOT-RYL & IVAN STOJMENOVIC University of Ottawa, Canada; Centre de Recherche INRIA Lille, France; University of Ottawa, Canada

✤✤ Describes in detail deployment strategies for large-scale RFID systems, interference issues in RFID systems, tag anti-collision protocols, reader anti-collision protocols, and much more ✤✤ Provides a mixture of theory, experimentation, and simulations that provide not only qualitative but also quantitative insights into field of RFID systems ✤✤ Reviews various algorithms, protocols and solutions developed in the RFID area, with a discussion on recent advances ✤✤ Includes an accompanying website with PowerPoint slides for further reference READERSHIP: Researchers, graduate students, R&D professionals SERIES: WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS AND MOBILE COMPUTING

AUG 2010 592PP 978-0-470-74602-8 CL £85.00 €105.00

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The Theory of Scintillation with Applications in Remote Sensing CHARLES RINO Vista Research, Inc., USA

✤✤ Offers thorough theoretical explanation of Scintillation theory ✤✤ Chapters 2 - 5 have a set of MATLAB scripts that can be executed to reproduce graphics for the readers to experience practical applications such as GPS positioning manipulations, satellite orbit computations, and earth mean field computations ✤✤ More donwloadable utilities are available from the book web page READERSHIP: EM (Electro Magnetic) researchers, members of IEEE APS, remote sensing/GPS researchers, radio wave and optical communication specialists

DEC 2010 288PP 978-0-470-64477-5 CL £66.95 €83.90

Microstrip and Printed Antennas New Trends, Techniques and Applications

Edited by YAHIA ANTAR & DEBATOSH GUHA Royal Military College of Canada; University of Calcutta, India

✤✤ Addresses the key topics in the areas of microstrip and printed antenna technologies, in which major advances have been achieved during last 10-12 years ✤✤ Introduces the fundamentals, techniques, applications and future scope of microstrip and printed antennas ✤✤ An accompanying website contains the key features, technologies, photographs, animations etc. ✤✤ Contributions from highly regarded experts from the US, Europe and Asia ✤✤ Includes emerging hot topics and research in microstrip and printed antennas READERSHIP: R&D researchers, practicing engineers and scientists working in the field, professors and graduate students working/studying related courses

DEC 2010 512PP 978-0-470-68192-3 CL £85.00 €105.00

Modern Analog Filter Analysis and Design A Practical Approach

R. RAUT & M. N. S. SWAMY Both of Concordia University, Canada

✤✤ Starting from the fundamental details, this book describes how to design filters and illustrates the single steps of application of these principles by using the necessary analysis and providing numerical simulation programs ✤✤ Enhances hands-on practice by clearly illustrating the application of the fundamental principles of analog filter design ✤✤ Features computer-aided design practice ✤✤ Includes over 120 problems and a solutions manual available for free to lecturers from the Wiley-VCH website READERSHIP: Graduate students, students and lecturers in electrical engineering, electronics and electrical engineers

AUG 2010 322PP 978-3-527-40766-8 PR £60.00 €69.00

Video Tracking Theory and Practice

ANDREA CAVALLARO & EMILIO MAGGIO Queen Mary, University of London, UK; Vicon, UK

✤✤ Provides the reader with a treatment of the fundamental aspects of algorithm and application development for video-based tracking ✤✤ Using practical examples, the reader is introduced to a discussion of the advantages and limitations of deterministic approaches and is then guided toward more efficient and accurate video-based tracking solutions ✤✤ Discusses the design choices and implementation issues that are required to turn the underlying mathematical modelling into a real-world effective system ✤✤ Companion website hosting PowerPoint presentation supporting the book material including datasets for the development of a video-based tracker

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READERSHIP: Researchers and practitioners, senior undergraduate and graduate students in electrical engineering and computer science

nov 2010 280PP 978-0-470-74964-7 CL £65.00 €79.90


Second Edition

IAIN RICHARDSON Robert Gordon University, UK

✤✤ Fully updated this second edition reflects the increased importance of the H.264 system ✤✤ Covers in more detail the H.264 video compression standard in order to reflect its widespread adoption in many applications such as next-generation high-definition DVDs, digital broadcasting, mobile TV, internet video and MP3 players ✤✤ Clearly sets out the extensions to H.264 that have been published since 2003, including the popular High Profile extension ✤✤ Presents case studies of H.264 codecs, and comparisons of the capabilities and performance of the standard with other standards (MPEG-2, MPEG-4 and VC-1) READERSHIP: Software and hardware engineers, systems developers, broadcast technicians, sales and support engineers, graduate students and researchers

APR 2010 352PP 978-0-470-51692-8 CL £65.00 €79.90

REPLACES ISBN 978-0-470-84837-1

Security of Computer Architectures JEAN-LOUIS BOULANGER Independent Consultant

✤✤ Presents real examples of safety critical complex architecture in various fields ✤✤ Based on experience of fully involved experts in the realization (conception, check and validation), safety (FMEA, HA, etc.) and evaluation of critical systems ✤✤ Describes the constraints and provides examples of architectures for various fields such railway, aeronautical, spatial, automotive, etc. READERSHIP: Anyone involved in this field will find this book an indispensable and practical source of information

AUG 2010 304PP 978-1-84821-197-1 CL £56.95 €71.90

ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING

The H.264 Advanced Video Compression Standard

Polymer-Matrix Composites

Manufacturing, Microstructure and Mechanical Behavior

Edited by JACQUES RENARD University of Aveiro, Portugal

✤✤ The application of composite materials has increased in various areas of science and technology due to their special properties, namely for use in the aircraft, automotive, defence, aerospace and other advanced industries ✤✤ This book provides the fundamentals and recent advances in the machining of composite materials (polymers, metals and ceramics) for modern manufacturing engineering ✤✤ The three parts of the book cover the machining of polymeric, metal and ceramic matrix composites READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate engineering students or postgraduates studying machining/composites, useful work of reference for academics, manufacturing and materials researchers, manufacturing and mechanical engineers, professionals in composite technology and related industries

NOV 2010 384PP 978-1-905209-90-3 CL £133.00 €165.00

Software Design for Six Sigma A Roadmap for Excellence

BASEM S EL-HAIK & ADNAN SHAOUT Textron Inc., USA; University of Michigan-Dearborn, USA

✤✤ Six-Sigma is a methodology to manage process variations that use data and statistical analysis to measure and improve a company’s operational performance ✤✤ The first book to examine ways to improve the quality of software development by presenting a design algorithm to solve any quality issues in the design stage that ties all quality improvement methods used in the design stage together ✤✤ Covers all useful tools in “Design for Six Sigma”, - it is unique in covering the whole body of knowledge in “Software Design for Six Sigma” READERSHIP: Software design practitioners, development engineers and architects, six sigma trainees and trainers, middle management, IT engineering team leaders, quality engineers and quality consultants

OCT 2010 548PP 978-0-470-40546-8 CL £80.50 €99.90

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Smart Data

ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING

Enterprise Performance Optimization Strategy

JAMES A. GEORGE & JAMES A. RODGER @k:ManTech International Corporation, USA; University of Pennsylvania, USA

✤✤ Makes smart data strategy (essential to enterprise performance) explicit, understandable and actionable ✤✤ Provides valuable tools in business, like skills for better enterprise decision-making, enterprise performance, and agility towards change ✤✤ Through an understandable and actionable approach, this helpful resource equips executives with smart data strategy in order to maximize the worth of information in their corporate databases ✤✤ Leaders will discover unique performance improvement advantages from adopting smart data strategy READERSHIP: Government executives, CEOs, CTOs, senior executives interested in maximizing the value of information in their corporate databases, undergraduate students, MBA students, project management, IT students SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN SYSTEMS ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT

APR 2010 327PP 978-0-470-47325-2 CL £73.50 €91.90

Systems Engineering Principles and Practice 2nd Edition

ALEXANDER KOSSIAKOFF, WILLIAM N. SWEET, SAM SEYMOUR & STEVEN M. BIEMER All of Johns Hopkins University, USA

✤✤ A new edition of the best-selling textbook on systems engineering ✤✤ Colleagues of the original authors have upgraded and expanded this unique interdisciplinary guide to systems engineering to maintain relevance and currency in this rapidly changing and demanding field ✤✤ Material is well organized, readable and fundamental to learning how to think like a systems engineer and carry out best practices in the field ✤✤ Updated problems and references with a new solutions manual available for instructors READERSHIP: Graduate students, graduate engineers or scientists in systems engineering, project management or engineering management SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN SYSTEMS ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT

DEC 2010 580PP 978-0-470-40548-2 CL £80.50 €99.90

REPLACES ISBN 978-0-471-23443-2

An Introduction to Search Engines and Web Navigation 2nd Edition

MARK LEVENE Birkbeck University of London, UK

✤✤ Up-to-date, unrivalled coverage of a phenomenon affecting the way in which we interact with computers and people, bridging the gap between technically-based and sociologically-oriented Web books ✤✤ Provides many real-world examples of the technologies in use, including social networking, data mining, and non-traditional search engines (i.e. the iPhone) ✤✤ Contains objectives at the start of each chapter and summaries and several exercises at the end of each chapter ✤✤ Comes with supplementary material: PowerPoint slides to assist instructors READERSHIP: Students, internet-savvy enthusiasts and IT practitioners

OCT 2010 520PP 978-0-470-52684-2 PR £53.50 €65.90

Master Data Management and Semantic Modeling MDM

P. BONNET Orchestra Networks, France

✤✤ Highlights the importance of data modeling to streamline Data Quality and Mater Data Management projects that are deployed at the scale of the whole company ✤✤ Details a complete Data Enterprise Architecture approach encompassing the Semantic Modeling and the Model-driven development lifecycle to manage rich data models and business data governance READERSHIP: Professional executives and IT managers dealing with data management

JUL 2010 320PP 978-1-84821-182-7 CL £53.50 €65.90

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SEUNG-KI SUL Seoul National University, Korea

✤✤ Content is less theoretical but very practical and applicable to everyday problems in the field ✤✤ Based on industry experience and collaborative works with other industries ✤✤ Contains exercise problems based on real world problems ✤✤ Contains a chapter on “Sensorless Control of AC Machine” not covered in any other book READERSHIP: Professionals and engineers involved in the R&D of electric machine drive business, industrial drive designers, graduate students SERIES: IEEE PRESS SERIES ON POWER ENGINEERING

NOV 2010 512PP 978-0-470-59079-9 CL £86.95 €109.00

Motion Control Systems SABANOVIC Sabanci University, Istanbul

✤✤ Presents a unified approach to the fundamental issues in motion control, starting from the basics and moving through single degree of freedom and multi-degree of freedom systems ✤✤ Explains the fundamentals through implementation examples, with illustrations in MATLAB/SIMULINK or with experimental results ✤✤ Lecture notes on the companion website for instructors to download ✤✤ Simulink and MATLAB code for readers to download READERSHIP: Graduate courses on motion control, supplementary text for graduate courses on robotics and mechatronics, researchers and practicing engineers

OCT 2010 352PP 978-0-470-82573-0 CL £90.00 €112.00

ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING

Control of Electric Machine Drive Systems

Computational Intelligence and Pattern Analysis in Biology Informatics UJJWAL MAULIK, SANGHAMITRA BANDYOPADHYAY & JASON T. WANG Jadavpur University, India; Indian Statistical Institute, India; New Jersey’s Science & Technology University, USA

✤✤ An invaluable tool in Bioinformatics, this unique volume provides both theoretical and experimental results, and describes basic principles of computational intelligence and pattern analysis ✤✤ Chapters authored by leading researchers in CI in biology informatics ✤✤ Covers highly relevant topics: rational drug design; analysis of microRNAs and their involvement in human diseases ✤✤ Supplementary material included: program code and relevant data sets correspond to chapters READERSHIP: Graduate students and researchers in computer science, bioinformatics, computational and molecular biology, electrical engineering, system science, and IT SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN BIOINFORMATICS

NOV 2010 396PP 978-0-470-58159-9 CL £73.50 €91.90

Advanced Biomedical Image Analysis MARK HAIDEKKER University of Georgia, USA

✤✤ Provides readers with a comprehensive reference and self-study guide covering advanced techniques of quantitative image analysis with a focus on biomedical applications ✤✤ Comes with a live DVD containing all the algorithms and their applications--unavailable anywhere else-from the book ✤✤ Provides a solid reference for the growing research fields of computer-aided radiology and unsupervised image analysis ✤✤ Offers both theory and practical examples for immediate application of the topics covered--and also for in-depth study READERSHIP: Engineers, medical imaging professionals, scientists involved in computer vision or image processing, biologists, geologists, astronomers, media specialists

DEC 2010 416PP 978-0-470-62458-6 CL £73.50 €91.90

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Biomedical Imaging

ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING

Principles and Applications

REINER SALZER TU Dresden, Germany

✤✤ Compares the relative merits and weaknesses among the technologies for the application areas ✤✤ Covers wide range of imaging technologies, including MRT, CT, nanoESCA, raman mapping and multimodal imaging ✤✤ Includes both current and developing applications READERSHIP: Chemists, biologists and clinical researchers working at research institutes, universities, hospitals and pharmaceutical companies, equipment developers, optical and electronic engineers and chemical engineers

NOV 2010 400PP 978-0-470-64847-6 CL £73.50 €91.90

Medical Image Analysis 2nd Edition

ATAM P. DHAWAN New Jersey Institute of Technology, USA

✤✤ This is a unique book that describes complex medical imaging modalities in simple terms and then describes medical image analysis methods that are useful in research and clinical application ✤✤ New chapters include optical imaging modalities, elaborating microscopy, confocal microscopy, endoscopy, optical coherent tomography, fluorescence and molecular imaging ✤✤ Chapters on image reconstructions and visualizations will be significantly enhanced to include3-D fast statistical estimation based reconstruction methods, and 3-D image fusion and visualization overlaying multi-modality imaging and information READERSHIP: Students taking courses in medical imaging and image processing, electrical engineers, biomedical engineering, physicians, medical physicists, researchers SERIES: IEEE PRESS SERIES ON BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING

nov 2010 375PP 978-0-470-62205-6 CL £76.95 €95.90

REPLACES ISBN 978-0-471-45131-0

Advances in Optical Imaging for Clinical Medicine Edited by NICUSOR IFTIMIA, WILLIAM R. BRUGGE & DANIEL X. HAMMER Physical Sciences, Inc, USA; Harvard Medical School, USA; Physical Sciences, Inc, USA

✤✤ Reviews and shares the most recent developments in optical imaging ✤✤ Clarifies the clinical potential of optical imaging technologies ✤✤ Highlights optical imaging technologies both already in use and undergoing clinical trials ✤✤ Chapters are clustered by clinical application and technical content ✤✤ Contributors are leaders in their respective fields READERSHIP: Academic and industrial researchers, clinical researchers, undergraduate and graduate students SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING AND MULTI-DISCIPLINARY INTEGRATED SYSTEMS

DEC 2010 450PP 978-0-470-61909-4 CL £80.50 €99.90

Practical Design with LEDs RON LENK & CAROL LENK Both of SuperBulbs, Inc., USA

✤✤ Helps readers do the day-to-day engineering and systems design to build complete LED systems ✤✤ Used as a reference guide, assisting in each step of the design process ✤✤ Practical guide on the cutting-edge technology of Light-Emitting Diodes ✤✤ User-friendly format that includes simple notes, examples and gives pointers to explain each of the book’s topics READERSHIP: Safety, quality, and systems engineers, managers and decision-makers who want to understand how to design with and build LED systems, students taking an undergraduate lab course, US Government

DEC 2010 250PP 978-0-470-61279-8 CL £60.50 €75.90

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M. SCHLESINGER & T. E. SCHLESINGER University of Windsor, Canada; Carnegie Mellon University, USA

✤✤ Includes web-based applications for students, consisting of programs to manipulate equations and observe in real time the effects of changing parameters ✤✤ Offers instructor resources, including slides, illustrations, and updates of the text with technology advances ✤✤ Combines physical and engineering perspectives of electro-optic materials READERSHIP: Senior and graduate level students in electrical engineering, physics and chemistry, professional reference for practicing engineers, physicists and chemists

NOV 2010 400PP 978-0-471-39569-0 CL £63.50 €79.90

Power Electronic Converters for Microgrids S. M. SHARKH & M. A. ABU-SARA University of Southampton, UK; Bowman Power Systems Ltd., UK

✤✤ Written by authors with an ideal mix of academic and industrial experience ✤✤ Provides a high level overview along with practical implementation details ✤✤ One of the only distributed energy books cover alternative energy sources beyond photovoltaic generators ✤✤ Includes practical examples to give a better understanding of general control theory and downloadable PSIM and MATLAB/Simulink code examples ✤✤ PowerPoint files available for instructor use READERSHIP: Postgraduate students and researchers, design engineers at distributed and microgeneration vendors, advanced power electronic manufacturers, undergraduate power or control engineering students, power regulation experts and economists

ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING

Electro-Optic Materials

DEC 2010 352PP 978-0-470-82403-0 CL £90.00 €112.00

An Introduction to Wavelet Modulated Inverters S. A. SALEH & M. AZIZUR RAHMAN Both of Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada

✤✤ Written by experts in the power electronics field, this book presents the latest technology and offers new ways to minimize energy waste while enhancing power quality and efficiency ✤✤ Covers techniques for wavelet-moderated inverters which will fill a gap in the market ✤✤ Presents the latest technology in the advancing power electronics field ✤✤ Serves as a reference tool for academic researchers and engineers READERSHIP: Professionals, academic researchers, practicing engineers, graduate-level students SERIES: IEEE PRESS SERIES ON POWER ENGINEERING

SEP 2010 250PP 978-0-470-61048-0 CL £56.95 €71.90

High Voltage and Electrical Insulation Engineering RAVINDRA ARORA & WOLFGANG MOSCH Formerly of Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, India; Formerly of Technische Universitat, Germany

✤✤ The book has a novel approach describing the fundamental concept of field dependent behaviour of dielectrics subjected to high voltage ✤✤ There is no other book in the field of high voltage engineering following this new approach in describing the behaviour of dielectrics ✤✤ Helps readers understand the subject of high voltage engineering in a systematic way ✤✤ Describes the practical problems encountered with HV installations and equipment READERSHIP: Graduate school teachers, students and researchers, industry and utility personnel SERIES: IEEE PRESS SERIES ON POWER ENGINEERING

NOV 2010 350PP 978-0-470-60961-3 CL £66.95 €83.90

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Operation and Control of Electric Energy Processing Systems

ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING

JAMES MOMOH & LAMINE MILI Howard University and Center for Energy Systems and Control, USA; Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA

✤✤ Focuses on the modelling and control of interdependent communications and electric energy systems, MicroElectro-Mechanical Systems (MEMS), and the interdisciplinary education component of the EPNES initiative ✤✤ Examines and explains the fundamental issues related to control, communications, and social aspects of large-scale electric energy processing systems ✤✤ Fills the need for power engineering education on dynamic modelling and control of interdependent electric energy and communications systems ✤✤ Provides a working knowledge and an exposure to cutting edge developments in operation and control of electric energy processing systems READERSHIP: Policy makers, executives and engineers of electric utilities, researchers, university faculty members and graduate students SERIES: IEEE PRESS SERIES ON POWER ENGINEERING

aug 2010 204PP 978-0-470-47209-5 PR £66.95 €83.90

Electricity Power Generation The Changing Dimensions

DIGAMBAR M. TAGARE Madhav Capacitors Pvt. Ltd., India

✤✤ This book offers basic insight into the power sector and offers the latest technology ✤✤ Can be used as a comprehensive reference tool and a teaching aid ✤✤ Language is simple and easy to read with many illustrations ✤✤ Chapters on tidal and wave energy READERSHIP: Planners, consultants, power station staff and graduate students SERIES: IEEE PRESS SERIES ON POWER ENGINEERING

DEC 2010 352PP 978-0-470-60028-3 CL £90.50 €112.00

Grid Converters for Photovoltaic and Wind Power Systems REMUS TEODORESCU, MARCO LISERRE, PEDRO RODRIGUEZ & FREDE BLAABJERG Aalborg University, Denmark; Bari Polytechnic, Italy; Technical University of Catalonia, Spain; Aalborg University, Denmark

✤✤ Provides in-depth coverage of the control and optimization of grid converters for distributed renewable power generation systems (DPGS), focusing on photovoltaic and wind power systems ✤✤ Presents a range of control methods for meeting the latest application, power quality and power conversion requirements and standards, as well as looking towards potential future control functions ✤✤ Examines grid filter design and the interaction of DPGS with the utility grid ✤✤ Includes practical examples, exercises, and an accompanying website with simulation models using Matlab and Simulink environments, and PSIM software READERSHIP: Electrical engineers working in the fields of power systems, power electronics, renewable and distributed energy

sep 2010 416PP 978-0-470-05751-3 CL £80.00 €99.90

Energy Storage YVES BRUNET INP Grenoble, France

✤✤ Energy storage examines different applications such as electric power generation, transmission and distribution systems, pulsed systems, transportation, buildings and mobile applications. For each of these applications, proper energy storage technologies are foreseen, with their advantages, disadvantages and limits ✤✤ As electricity cannot be stored cheaply in large quantities, energy has to be stored in another form (chemical, thermal, electromagnetic, mechanical) and then converted back into electric power and/or energy using conversion systems ✤✤ Most of the storage technologies are examined: batteries, hydrogen, super capacitors, SMES, flywheels, CAES, thermal storage and hydraulic gravitational storage

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READERSHIP: Chemical engineers, electrical engineers, mechanical engineers. This book is of interest to engineers working in almost any area of electrical energy production, whether from fossil fuels, solar, or wind

AUG 2010 256PP 978-1-84821-183-4 CL £56.95 €71.90


DANIEL CHATEIGNER ENSICAEN, France

✤✤ This title starts with some basic notions concerning diffraction by polycrystals and some of the most common combined analysis instrumental set-ups are detailed ✤✤ The book deals with automatic phase indexing, a necessary step to solve a structure abinitio. Since its effect prevails on real samples where textures are often stabilized, quantitative texture analysis is also detailed ✤✤ Also discussed are microstructures of the powder diffraction profiles; quantitative phase analysis from the Rietveld analysis; residual stress analysis for isotropic and anisotropic materials; specular x-ray reflectivity and the various associated models ✤✤ Finally, the book introduces the combined analysis concept, showing all the dilemmas that appear when one looks at only one part of the analyses. READERSHIP: Chemical engineers, electrical engineers, mechanical engineers

AUG 2010 256PP 978-1-84821-198-8 CL £56.95 €71.90

Nanoscale CMOS

Innovative Materials, Modeling and Characterization

FRANCIS BALESTRA INP-Minatec, France

✤✤ In the field of new materials, this text covers three areas that will provide a dramatic impact on the approaches to future CMOS - global and local, strained and alternative materials for high speed channels on bulk substrate and insulator, very low access resistance and various high dielectric constant gate stacks for power scaling READERSHIP: Those studying engineering or machining at both an undergraduate and postgraduate level, also serves as a useful reference guide for academics and engineers involved in these areas and related industries

JUN 2010 480PP 978-1-84821-180-3 CL £100.50 €125.00

ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING

Combined Analysis

Physics of Thin-Film Photovoltaics VICTOR G. KARPOV & DIANA SHVYDKA Both of University of Toledo

✤✤ Presents the physics of large area thin-film devices as a field unto itself, which is an approach not found in existing literature ✤✤ Offers a self-contained, in-depth discussion of the physics of thin-film photovoltaics in a manner accessible to researchers and students to give a sound understanding of the past and a foundation for projecting future trends in the field ✤✤ Begins with a brief general introduction to renewable energy, photovoltaics, and thin-film technology challenges ✤✤ Reviews a variety of physical diagnostic techniques proven in thin-film photovoltaic technology READERSHIP: Researchers (physics, chemistry, and EE departments), graduate students, microelectronic engineers, information technology engineers, biophysicists

DEC 2010 350PP 978-0-470-11014-0 CL £73.50 €91.90

Integrated Bio-Microsystems KRZYSZTOF INIEWSKI Redlen Technologies Inc., USA

✤✤ The only book on the market that covers bio-microsystems from integration point of view ✤✤ Coverage includes integrated devices and many other emerging device structures needed in future micro/ nanotechnologies ✤✤ Written by a mixture of top industrial experts and key academic professors. Practical enough to understand how these technologies work, but not a product manual. Scientific enough but not pure academic theory from the ivory tower ✤✤ Exploits potential behind new interfaces (to biology, to microfludics, to MEMs, to photonics) that will carry circuit performance beyond standard CMOS chip microelectronics READERSHIP: Electrical, mechanical, material science and micro/nano engineers, graduate students

DEC 2010 320PP 978-0-470-64190-3 CL £83.50 €105.00

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Applications of High Temperature Superconductors to Electric Power Equipment SWARN S. KALSI American Superconductor Corporation, USA

✤✤ The only authored book available on the subject of HTS for Power Equipment, written by a leading expert on the subject ✤✤ Useful worldwide for a broad spectrum of engineers, i.e. students, teaching staff, OEM designers and users in industry and electric utilities ✤✤ Provides a single source illustrating design, analysis, and manufacturing concepts for different power devices utilizing HTS READERSHIP: OEM designers, utility and industry engineers, engineers in defence establishments

NOV 2010 450PP 978-0-470-16768-7 CL £90.50 €112.00

Multiscale Analysis of Deformation and Failure of Materials JINGHONG FAN Alfred University, USA

✤✤ Systematically describes the background, principles and methods within the exciting new field of multiscale analysis ✤✤ Describes the theoretical concepts and technologies for applications for mobile and ubiquitous computing with tangible examples ✤✤ Gives a technology and software-independent tutorial, but details software components such as SyncML, Java ME, Microsoft .NET, OSGi and the like ✤✤ Includes an extensive example section as well as questions and practical exercises after each chapter, solution hints, and an accompanying website featuring running examples and lecture slides READERSHIP: Engineers, practitioners, scientists, academics and graduate students SERIES: MICROSYSTEM AND NANOTECHNOLOGY SERIES

DEC 2010 480PP 978-0-470-74429-1 CL £70.00 €87.90

Design of Ultra Wideband Power Transfer Networks BINBOGA SIDDIK YARMAN Istanbul University

✤✤ Presents current, practical design methods for power transfer networks and amplifiers in RF and microwave communication systems, as well as covering established design procedures, algorithms and roadmaps ✤✤ Each chapter is presented as an independent guide to a particular technique, or design method, so enabling readers to easily locate and understand the relevant material ✤✤ Provides up-to-date examples of all applications discussed in the book ✤✤ Supplementary website contains MatLab design programs such as the real frequency line segment and computational techniques, as well as Power Point lecture slides READERSHIP: Radio frequency and microwave circuit design engineers, advanced electrical and communications engineering students

APR 2010 776PP 978-0-470-31989-5 CL £90.00 €109.00

Mobile 3D Graphics SoC From Algorithm to Chip

JEONG-HO WOO, JU-HO SOHN, BYEONG-GYU NAM & HOI-JUN YOO Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Republic of Korea; LG Electronics Institute of Technology, Republic of Korea; Samsung Electronics, Republic of Korea; Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Republic of Korea

✤✤ Demonstrates how to quickly convert advanced algorithms into low-cost SoCs ✤✤ Explains the essentials to developing other high-performance, lower power graphics chips ✤✤ Covers basic and advanced application program interfaces behind the major mobile devices supporting 3D graphics ✤✤ Includes an extensive range of code samples in both C and Java READERSHIP: Researchers and professionals, postgraduate and graduate students

may 2010 352PP 978-0-470-82377-4 CL £95.00 €119.00

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EDWARD PETERSEN IEEE Fellow

✤✤ This book offers a systematic explanation of radiation environment and its effect from macro to the micro point of view ✤✤ The audience will gain knowledge of how to design radiation tolerant electronics components and systems ✤✤ Introduces the basic concepts necessary to understand single event phenomena on electronics devices in the space environment ✤✤ Covers radiation rate prediction in space ✤✤ Includes single event prediction on electronic devices READERSHIP: The radiation effects community, members of IEEE and others that subscribe to the IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science, electrical engineers in charge of space program (communication satellite/military satellite/payload launch vehicle, etc), ASIC designers for military and space applications

DEC 2010 380PP 978-0-470-76749-8 CL £90.50 €112.00

Transmission Lines in Digital and Analog Electronic Systems Signal Integrity and Crosstalk

CLAYTON R. PAUL University of Kentucky, USA

✤✤ Includes end-of-chapter problems, an instructor’s solution manual, and PDF’s for instructor use on a CD ✤✤ Provides material class-tested under the author’s expert guidance at Mercer University ✤✤ Clearly delineates both basic concepts of transmission lines and designing for signal integrity, as well as equations, useful computer programs, and a brief tutorial of SPICE (PSPICE), which is used extensively throughout the book READERSHIP: Graduate level students in transmission lines in electrical engineering and computer engineering, industry professionals as a compact review of transmission line fundamentals

SEP 2010 302PP 978-0-470-59230-4 CL £83.50 €105.00

ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING

Single Event Radiation Effects in Electronic Systems

Theory and Computation of Electromagnetic Fields JIANMING JIN The University of Michigan, USA

✤✤ Covers the fundamental concepts that electrical engineering graduate students need to know in order to advance to more advanced topics ✤✤ Designed for classroom teaching and self-learning ✤✤ Treatment of every subject in the book starts with Maxwell’s Equations ✤✤ Based on course notes developed over 15 years at the University of Illinois READERSHIP: Beginning graduate students, advanced undergraduates and professional engineers

OCT 2010 664PP 978-0-470-53359-8 CL £93.50 €119.00

Fuzzy Control and Identification JOHN H. LILLY University of Louisville, USA

✤✤ Leads reader at every level of engineering into the world of fuzzy control, as no specific engineering system is required for comprehension ✤✤ Provides a broad introduction to fuzzy control and identification, covering both Mamdani and TakagiSugeno fuzzy systems, while some books rely exclusively on one or the other ✤✤ Contains an obstacle-avoidance controller that uses P/N (positive/negative) fuzzy logic ✤✤ Includes computer program listings, problems and exercises, and a solutions manual, all class-tested READERSHIP: First-year graduate students and any engineering department

OCT 2010 300PP 978-0-470-54277-4 CL £66.95 €83.90

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IP Address Management Principles and Practice

ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING / COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY

TIMOTHY ROONEY BT INS, USA

✤✤ This book will be the first covering the subject of IP address management ✤✤ Covers the technology, the challenges, and effective IPAM practices for today’s IP networks ✤✤ The author uses realistic scenarios to explain this complicated topic ✤✤ Includes detailed chapters on DHCP and DNS, with an IP management perspective READERSHIP: Network planners, engineers, and managers SERIES: IEEE PRESS SERIES ON NETWORK MANAGEMENT

NOV 2010 448PP 978-0-470-58587-0 CL £73.50 €91.90

Reversible Computing

Fundamentals, Quantum Computing, and Applications

ALEXIS DE VOS Universiteit Gent, Belgium

✤✤ Concentrates on topics which will remain fundamental, like low power computing, reversible programming languages, and applications in thermodynamics ✤✤ Learn more on how reversible computing saves energy ✤✤ One step forward to quantum computing, including many examples ✤✤ Written by one of the few top internationally recognized experts in the field READERSHIP: Computer scientists, theoretical physicists, mathematicians, students of informatics, lecturers in informatics, computer technologists, electrical engineers, institute, university and company libraries

oct 2010 220PP 978-3-527-40992-1 CL £80.00 €89.00

MPLS-Enabled Applications Emerging Developments and New Technologies 3rd Edition

INA MINEI & JULIAN LUCEK Both of Juniper Networks, USA

✤✤ Provides a complete overview of the current status and future potential of MPLS applications, including the latest IETF drafts ✤✤ Updated with two new chapters addressing advanced protection, including end-to-end service restoration, as well as MPLS in transport networks ✤✤ Examines all of the major applications, including L2VPN, L3VPN, Virtual Private LAN Service (VPLS) and Pseudo-wires and shows how to tailor MPLS to fit specific scenarios READERSHIP: Network engineers, technicians and architects involved in the design and deployment of MPLS systems, technically aware sales and marketing staff, postgraduate students researching in the area of MPLS and on communications networks courses SERIES: WILEY SERIES ON COMMUNICATIONS NETWORKING & DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS

dec 2010 608PP 978-0-470-66545-9 PR £39.95 €49.90

Security Architecture Modeling

A Comprehensive Approach to Enterprise Risk Management

DANIEL MINOLI Stevens Institute of Technology, USA

✤✤ Provides a comprehensive framework for the uniform and organized treatment of all aspects of security facing organizations today ✤✤ Takes a pragmatic view of the field, with emphasis on enterprise security ✤✤ Describes the typical corporate networking and computing environments; Unsecured Zones, Semi-Secure Zones and Secure Zones ✤✤ Looks at architectural constructs for various aspects of the IT environment that may be subject to security infractions READERSHIP: Security professionals, enterprise architects, vendors, auditors, and students

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DEC 2010 300PP 978-0-470-10972-4 CL £40.50 €49.90


KAMRAN ETEMAD & MING LAI Intel Corporation, USA; Telcordia Technologies Inc., USA

✤✤ Provides a brief, low-cost overview of WiMAX technology including its capabilities and limitations ✤✤ Written by two major contributors to the WiMAX Forum, the industry-led coalition that sets WiMAX standards accepted worldwide ✤✤ Contains a perspective on the WiMAX Standard and its position relative to other standards ✤✤ Gives a sense of the business opportunities presented by this emerging technology READERSHIP: Communications professionals and companies involved in WiMAX SERIES: WILEY-IEEE COMSOC GUIDES TO COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGIES

AUG 2010 528PP 978-0-470-34387-6 PR £40.50 €49.90

Technical Writing for Teams The STREAM Tools Handbook

ALEXANDER MAMISHEV & SEAN WILLIAMS University of Washington, USA; Clemson University, USA

✤✤ Provides essential tools to help writing teams collaborate on technical documents smoothly, easily, and with a high degree of professionalism ✤✤ Teaches how to lead a writing team as well as how to participate as a member ✤✤ Shows how collaborative environments can strengthen group processes and solve many team writing problems, including the very dangerous problem of version control

COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY

WiMAX Technology and Network Evolution

✤✤ Designed to help authors of technical documents overcome common problems such as: inconsistent formatting, the need to follow house style, incorrect grammar, punctuation, mechanics and poor writing, disunity, poorly managed literature citations, and the industry-academic tool split READERSHIP: Writers for scientific and technical journals, conference proceedings, white papers, theses, and dissertations SERIES: WILEY-IEEE PRESS

jun 2010 264PP 978-0-470-22976-7 PR £46.95 €57.90

Wireless Communications 2nd Edition

ANDREAS F. MOLISCH Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs, USA

✤✤ New edition of a popular text, with three new chapters on adhoc networks, WiMAX and LTE, and remaining chapters updated and expanded ✤✤ Combines mathematical descriptions with thorough explanations of the physical facts ✤✤ Companion website features instructors solutions manual, presentation slides, appendices to the majority of the chapters, supplementary material on the DECT (Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications) system, list of abbreviations and other useful resources READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate students and graduates

nov 2010 896PP 978-0-470-74186-3 PR £50.00 €55.90

REPLACES ISBN 978-0-470-84888-3 (PR) and 978-0-470-84887-6 (CL)

Digital Video Distribution in Broadband, Television, Mobile and Converged Networks Trends, Challenges and Solutions

SANJOY PAUL Infosys Technologies Limited, UK

✤✤ Comprehensive introduction with practical examples of digital media distribution ✤✤ Covers both the theory and the practice of digital media distribution, giving the best possible insight and exposure ✤✤ Focuses on the challenges, opportunities and implications presented by convergence, particularly in the emerging mobile service landscape ✤✤ Fully illustrated throughout to explain the fundamental concepts of digital media distribution READERSHIP: System engineers, systems architects, CTOs, CEOs, consultants, managers of companies involved in the business of digital content distribution, industry practitioners, business development leaders, R&D community

OCT 2010 352PP 978-0-470-74628-8 CL £55.00 €54.90

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Telemedicine Technologies

COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY

Information Technologies in Medicine and Telehealth

BERNARD FONG, ALVIS FONG & DANIEL CHONG Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand; Massey University, New Zealand; Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong

✤✤ Focuses on the transmission of medical information over wireless communication networks ✤✤ Provides an in-depth introduction to the various factors that need to be considered for supporting healthcare services with information technology ✤✤ Covers advancements in topics such as RFID in healthcare and medical signal processing, as well as ECG and signal processing techniques ✤✤ Includes an accompanying website containing PowerPoint slides, technical questions and solutions for teaching/learning purposes READERSHIP: Masters students, postgraduate students, professors in biomedical engineering, bioinformatics, and information engineering, medical and IT professionals

OCT 2010 320PP 978-0-470-74569-4 CL £55.00 €62.90

Teamwork in Multi-Agent Systems A Formal Approach

BARBARA MARIA DUNIN-KEPLICZ & RINEKE VERBRUGGE Warsaw University, Poland; University of Groningen, The Netherlands

✤✤ Discusses the next generation of software agents, addressing how multi-agent groups work, and how technology enhancing group interaction can be implemented ✤✤ Considers the belief-desire-intention (BDI) model of rational agency based upon the complex interplay of informational and motivational aspects (logic, reason, etc.) ✤✤ Offers methodological underpinnings for teamwork - a complete logical theory of motivational attitudes ✤✤ Includes case studies centered on prevention and repair of ecological disasters and is used to illustrate concepts and results of multi-agent systems READERSHIP: Students and researchers in computer science, in particular artificial intelligence, software engineering and multiagent systems, developers of multi-agent systems and systems for computer-supported cooperative work SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN AGENT TECHNOLOGY

JUL 2010 256PP 978-0-470-69988-1 CL £60.00 €72.90

Trust Theory

A Socio-Cognitive and Computational Model

CHRISTIANO CASTELFRANCHI & RINO FALCONE Both of Italian National Research Council, Italy

✤✤ First unified and comprehensive text on the topic, previously covered only in edited conference proceedings ✤✤ Provides an accessible introduction to trust, and its importance and applications in agent-based systems ✤✤ Proposes a principled, general theory of trust grounding on technical, cultural, institutional, and legal solutions ✤✤ Heavily illustrated, plus graphs, real-world case studies and examples READERSHIP: Advanced students and researchers in information and communication technologies, web(remove hyphen)site and robotics designers, professionals of ecommerce systems and peer-to-peer systems SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN AGENT TECHNOLOGY

apr 2010 392PP 978-0-470-02875-9 CL £70.00 €84.90

Carrier Ethernet

Architecture, Services, OAM, Interworking

MEHMET TOY ADVA Optical Networking, Inc., UK

✤✤ Provides a comprehensive understanding of current and debated future networking technologies ✤✤ Delivers the pros and cons of Optical-Ethernet and IMS services that will help service providers and enterprise network owners with choosing technologies ✤✤ Issues in Optical-Ethernet and IMS Networking provide guidance to researchers in the computer networking environment ✤✤ Gives insights into building end-to-end networks and services with current and future technologies READERSHIP: Ethernet, optical, optical-Ethernet and IMS network architects, cable networking software/hardware engineers, researchers, investors/strategic planning professionals in telecommunications

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SERIES: INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY SERIES

DEC 2010 320PP 978-0-470-39119-8 CL £66.95 €83.90


Edited by MARIOS ANGELIDES & HARRY AGIUS Both of Brunel University, UK

✤✤ Integrates the application of all MPEG standards into one single volume ✤✤ Up-to-date coverage of the field based on latest versions of the standards (MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4, MPEG7, and MPEG-21) ✤✤ Focuses on the application of the standards including MPEG cross-breed applications ✤✤ Contributions from leading MPEG experts worldwide ✤✤ Includes an accompanying website with supporting material READERSHIP: Researchers, practitioners, CTOs, design engineers, developers, postgraduate students, IT consultants, system developers in the telecoms, broadcasting and publishing sectors

DEC 2010 640PP 978-0-470-75007-0 CL £75.00 €93.90

IP Telephony

Deploying VoIP Protocols and IMS Infrastructure 2nd Edition

OLIVIER HERSENT Independant Consultant, France

✤✤ Updated with a chapter on SIP and the IMS infrastructure ✤✤ Covers ALL the major VoIP protocols SIP, H323 and MGCP ✤✤ Includes a large section on practical deployment issues gleaned from the authors own experience

COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY

The Handbook of MPEG Standards and Applications

✤✤ Chapter on the rationale for IP telephony and description of the technical and business drivers for transitioning to all IP networks ✤✤ Accompanying website with tools, tips and demos READERSHIP: Professional network engineers, designers and managers, decision makers and project managers overseeing VoIP implementations, market analysts, consultants, advanced undergraduate and graduate students

NOV 2010 448PP 978-0-470-66584-8 CL £65.00 €67.90

REPLACES ISBN 978-0-470-02359-4

Topics in Wireless Networks STEPHAN OLARIU, MUHAMMAD HISYAM LEE, SHAHARUDDIN SALLEH & BAHROM SANUGI Old Dominion University, USA; University of Technology, Malaysia; University of Technology, Malaysia, University of Technology, Malaysia

✤✤ Covers both types of wireless networks: those that rely on pre-existing architecture (cellular and satellite networks) and those that do not, also known as rapidly deployable (including ad-hoc and sensor networks) ✤✤ Offers important applications, including localization, and quality of service, as well as methodologies for simulating wireless networks ✤✤ An important chapter is dedicated to simulation READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate students, engineers, administrators and developers SERIES: WILEY SERIES ON PARALLEL AND DISTRIBUTED COMPUTING

DEC 2010 400PP 978-0-471-69101-3 CL £60.50 €75.90

Visibility-Related Problems in Parallel Models of Computation STEPHAN OLARIU & HIMABINDU GURLA Old Dominion University, USA; Hewlett-Packard, India

✤✤ Addresses the main issues concerning visibility-related problems in parallel models of computation, as well as their current and prospective future applications ✤✤ Discusses visibility problems in technology and scientific research, manufacturing industries, the healthcare industry, telemedicine, homeland security, and many others ✤✤ Includes mesh-based multi-computers, coarse-grain computers, triangulation problems and object visibility algorithms READERSHIP: Graduate and undergraduate students, professional engineers and researchers SERIES: WILEY SERIES ON PARALLEL AND DISTRIBUTED COMPUTING

DEC 2010 350PP 978-0-471-71818-5 CL £66.95 €83.90

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Personal Networks

COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY

Wireless Networking for Personal Devices

MARTIN JACOBSSON, IGNAS NIEMEGEERS & SONIA HEEMSTRA DE GROOT All of Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

✤✤ Covers personal networks, an emerging technology for seamless and secure networking between a user’s personal devices ✤✤ Provides an insight into the challenges of future personal networking, architectures for PN, potential and important solutions, and their implications ✤✤ Shows how security and ease-of-use can be achieved through automatic configuration and how mobility can be supported through adaptability and self-organization ✤✤ Discusses the newer topic of federations of PNs READERSHIP: Researchers and software developers in mobile and wireless communication systems, telecommunication analysts, standardization experts, graduate students SERIES: WILEY SERIES ON COMMUNICATIONS NETWORKING & DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS

JUn 2010 240PP 978-0-470-68173-2 CL £65.00 €79.90

System Design for Telecommunication Gateways ALEXANDER BACHMUTSKY Nokia Siemens Networks, USA

✤✤ Provides a thorough introduction to designing telecommunication network equipment based on the latest hardware designs and software methods available on the market ✤✤ Comprehensive coverage of design principles and unbiased presentation of implementation choices in both software and hardware ✤✤ Provides all the information necessary to develop competence in system design ✤✤ Written by a professional in the field with over 25 years experience in software and system architecture READERSHIP: Software and hardware engineers, developers and system architects, chief technology officers, R&D managers, telecommunications engineers, systems engineers, PhD students

DEC 2010 520PP

978-0-470-74300-3 CL £70.00 €87.90

Engineering Information Security

The Application of Systems Engineering Concepts to Achieve Information Assurance

STUART JACOBS YCS Consulting, USA

✤✤ Reviews the more common ways security is discussed and the deficiencies/limitations of these views ✤✤ Considers the many legal, technical, competitive, criminal and consumer forces and influences that are rapidly changing our information dependent society ✤✤ Explores the concepts of systems engineering and the value these concepts provide to either the development of new products and services, along with the maintenance and evolution to existing products and services ✤✤ The subject of information security is very topical with demand for books that provide robust and useful information for improving the security of enterprises and organizations everywhere READERSHIP: Professionals in the sciences, engineering, and communications fields, graduate and undergraduate students SERIES: IEEE PRESS SERIES ON INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION NETWORKS SECURITY

DEC 2010 512PP 978-0-470-56512-4 CL £70.50 €87.90

Security Management of Next Generation Telecommunications Networks and Services STUART JACOBS YCS Consulting, USA

✤✤ This book considers the evolution of network deployed security mechanisms throughout NGN (Next Generation Networking) infrastructures ✤✤ Necessary capabilities for effective secure management of security mechanisms and the assets they are used to protect ✤✤ Covers network management security issues and currently available security mechanisms by discussing how network architectures have evolved into the contemporary NGNs which support converged services (voice, video, TV, interactive information exchange, and classic data communications)

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READERSHIP: Professionals in the telecommunications field and graduate students studying computer information sciences/ engineering, systems engineering, and technology/business management SERIES: IEEE PRESS SERIES ON NETWORK MANAGEMENT

NOV 2010 450PP 978-0-470-56513-1 CL £70.50 €87.90


Technology Management for Mobile Communications

SAAD ZAMAN ASIF Telenor Pakistan

✤✤ A single resource of all major components of the NGMN value chain from Radio Access, transmission, Core and OSS, to devices and services ✤✤ Focuses on OFDM-based radio technologies such as LTE & WiMAX, as well as MBWA (Mobile Broadband Wireless Access) ✤✤ Discusses the issues faced by operators switching to 3G and NGMN ✤✤ Covers technology management methods, plus discussion of backhaul technologies and alternatives READERSHIP: R&D personnel, technical managers, telecommunications professionals, service providers and vendors, short course instructors, university professors, senior undergraduate and postgraduate students

OCT 2010 320PP 978-0-470-74746-9 CL £70.00 €87.90

Vehicular Networking Automotive Applications and Beyond

Edited by MARC EMMELMANN, BERND BOCHOW & CHRISTOPHER KELLUM Technical University Berlin, Germany; Fraunhofer Institute for Open Communication Systems (FOKUS), Germany; Car2Car Consortium, Germany

✤✤ Provides an introduction to vehicular communication for Car-to-X, train-based, and aeronautics systems ✤✤ By providing different views on this highly active technological field, readers can discern common characteristics, as well as differences between the various uses of vehicular communication ✤✤ Divided into five logical parts making it user-friendly and unique

COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY

Next Generation Mobile Communications Ecosystem

✤✤ Recommended further reading suggested by chapter authors READERSHIP: Researchers, engineers and graduate students of wireless communication, CTO of car manufacturing companies, university professors, senior consultants SERIES: INTELLIGENT TRANSPORT SYSTEMS

APR 2010 320PP 978-0-470-74154-2 CL £65.00 €79.90

LTE for UMTS

Evolution to LTE-Advanced, Revised Edition

Edited by HARRI HOLMA & ANTTI TOSKALA Both of Nokia Siemens Networks, Finland

✤✤ Newly updated to cover 3GPP LTE Release 9 content ✤✤ Includes new sections on: MBMS (Multimedia Broadcast Multicast Service), femto (home base station), SON (Self Optimized Networks), emergency calls, MIMO updates, and new frequency variants, as well as an Outlook for Release 10 including LTE-Advanced ✤✤ Written by the best-selling editors of the highly successful WCDMA for UMTS, internationally recognised as the book on WCDMA and also HSDPA/HSUPA for UMTS ✤✤ Covers all the key aspects of LTE and its performance READERSHIP: Engineers, research scientists, chip set and mobile vendors, network vendors and operators, application developers, technology managers and regulators

OCT 2010 480PP 978-0-470-66000-3 CL £65.00 €79.90

LTE Security GÜNTHER HORN, DAN FORSBERG, WOLF-DIETRICH MOELLER & VALTTERI NIEMI Nokia Siemens Networks, Germany; Helsinki University of Technology, Finland; Nokia Siemens Networks, Germany; Nokia Corporation, Switzerland

✤✤ Describes the essential elements of LTE and SAE Security ✤✤ Written by leading experts who participated in decisively shaping SAE/LTE security in the relevant standardization body, 3GPP ✤✤ Explains the rationale behind the standards specifications giving readers a broader understanding of the context to these specifications ✤✤ LTE radio technology and its associated security architecture only very recently standardised so this book will be one of the first to cover the topic READERSHIP: System engineers, developers and people in technical sales working in the area of LTE and LTE security, communication engineers and software developers in mobile communication field, security experts, technical managers in the telecoms industry, students and academic researchers

nov 2010 256PP 978-0-470-66103-1 CL £65.00 €81.90

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Cellular Technologies for Emerging Markets

COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY

2G, 3G and Beyond

AJAY R. MISHRA Nokia Networks, India

✤✤ A comprehensive overview of the major aspects of the emerging cellular technologies ✤✤ Useful for all professionals working in the cellular industry, not just designer and planning engineers ✤✤ Looks into technologies in use today and also technologies of the future, alongside the design and implementation perspective ✤✤ Introduces a number of diverse and fundamental technologies such as LTE, WiMAX, OFDM, MIMO and UMTS all in one concise book READERSHIP: Systems engineers, application developers, technology executives, managers in mobile telecommunications companies, students and professors of cellular technologies

aug 2010 304PP 978-0-470-77947-7 CL £65.00 €79.90

60GHz technology for Gbps WLAN and WPAN From Theory to Practice

SU-KHIONG YONG, PENGFEI XIA & ALBERTO VALDES GARCIA Samsung Information Systems America, USA; Samsung Information Systems America, USA; IBM, USA

✤✤ Focuses specifically on 60 GHz radio which has emerged as the most promising candidate for multi-gigabit wireless indoor communication systems ✤✤ Addresses 60 GHz technology for Gbps WLAN and WPAN from theory to practical implementation, covering key aspects for successful deployment, including examples and case studies for practical scenarios ✤✤ Discusses practical system design covering wide aspects such as antenna propagation, circuit design, digital communication, signal processing, system architectures, etc. ✤✤ Provides up-to-date standardization activities, regulatory issues, technology development as well as future trends READERSHIP: System engineers, system architects, IC designers, standard engineers, researchers, vendor and manufacturer consumers, technical consultants, software and application developers

dec 2010 384PP 978-0-470-74770-4 CL £65.00 €81.90

Millimeter Wave Communication System KAO-CHENG HUANG University of Greenwich, UK

✤✤ Presents the modern design and analysis principles of millimetre-wave communication system for wireless devices ✤✤ Emphasizes the importance and the requirements of high-gain antennas, low power transceiver, adaptive equalizer/modulation, channelling coding and adaptive multi-user detection for gigabit wireless communications ✤✤ Includes the updated research literature and patents in the topics of transceivers, antennas, MIMO, channel capacity, coding, equalizer, Modem and multi-user detection ✤✤ Application of these antennas are discussed in light of different forthcoming wireless standards at V-band and E-band READERSHIP: Wireless communication system professionals, millimetre wave professionals, project managers and graduate students SERIES: IEEE SERIES ON DIGITAL & MEDIA COMMUNICATION

DEC 2010 320PP 978-0-470-40462-1 CL £66.95 €83.90

WiMAX Security and Quality of Service An End-to-End Perspective

Edited by SEOK-YEE TANG, PETER MULLER & HAMID SHARIF NEC Technologies, UK; IBM Research, Zurich Research Laboratory, Switzerland; University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA

✤✤ Discusses two important, state-of-the-art topics in WiMAX wireless telecommunication systems: security and QoS ✤✤ Bridges the gap between technical, scientific and commercial market related publications and presents a clear picture for readers to understand this complex and important interdisciplinary landscape ✤✤ Illustrated throughout to make it accessible and easy to use ✤✤ Introduces the basic concepts but can also be used as a reference for advanced and specialist readers READERSHIP: Research and development engineers, application engineers, network design engineers and consultants, system and product architects, solution architects, university lecturers, postgraduate students and libraries

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JUL 2010 432PP 978-0-470-72197-1 CL £75.00 €93.90


Fundamentals and Applications in Contactless Smart Cards, Radio Frequency Identification and Near-Field Communication 3rd Edition

KLAUS FINKENZELLER & KENNETH COX (Translator) Giesecke & Devrient GmbH, Germany; Kenneth Cox Technical Translations, The Netherlands

✤✤ New edition of the guide to RFID ✤✤ RFID is a major growth area in auto ID, allowing emergency vehicles to safely trip traffic signals, and providing the technology behind contactless smart cards, ‘autopiloting’ cars, and production automation ✤✤ Includes revisions to the chapters on physical principles of RFID systems, microprocessors, and details on relevant standards and regulations ✤✤ Additional chapter on the critical modern concern of security of RFID systems READERSHIP: Practitioners in auto ID, IT designing RFID products, end-users of RFID technology, computer and electronics engineers, graduate students in electronics and industrial engineering design

JUN 2010 480PP 978-0-470-69506-7 CL £80.00 €97.90

REPLACES ISBN 978-0-470-84402-1

Power Line Communications

Theory and Applications for Narrowband and Broadband Communications over Power Lines

Edited by HENDRIK C. FERREIRA, LUTZ LAMPE, JOHN NEWBURY & THEO G. SWART University of Johannesburg, South Africa; University of British Columbia, Canada; Open University, UK; University of Johannesburg, South Africa

✤✤ A comprehensive guide to Power Line Communications (PLC), providing the reader with a wide coverage of the major developments within the field ✤✤ With contributions from some of the most active researchers on PLC, the book brings together a wealth of international experts on specific PLC topics

COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY

RFID Handbook

✤✤ Editors have more than forty years combined experience in Power Line Communications ✤✤ Single source reference guide to PLC, collating information that is widely dispersed in current literature, such as standards and research papers READERSHIP: Academic researchers, industry researchers, educators, graduate electrical engineering students, consultants, power utility engineers, energy conservation professionals, public policy experts, regulatory and standards organisations

JUN 2010 536PP 978-0-470-74030-9 CL £85.00 €105.00

Near-Capacity Variable-Length Coding Regular and EXIT-Chart-Aided Irregular Designs

LAJOS HANZO, LIE-LIANG YANG, ROBERT G. MAUNDER & JIN WANG University of Southampton, UK; University of Southampton, UK; University of Southampton, UK; Aeroflex, USA

✤✤ Provides a cutting edge explanation of VLC codings and their future developments ✤✤ An exhaustive treatment of variable length coding systems and their application to error-prone transmission systems ✤✤ One of the first titles to address the subject in such depth, including latest research results ✤✤ Topics include: the effect of different free distances of the source codes; vector quantised RVLC-TCM scheme and EXIT systems READERSHIP: Ph.D. students and researchers, communication systems designers, systems engineers, consultants, scientists, and telecommunications managers

SEP 2010 496PP 978-0-470-66520-6 CL £85.00 €105.00

MIMO-OFDM Wireless Communications with MATLAB YONG SOO CHO, JAEKWON KIM, WON YOUNG YANG & CHUNG-GU KANG Chung-Ang University, Korea; Yonsei University, Korea; Chung-Ang University, Korea; Korea University, Korea

✤✤ One of the only books in the area dedicated to explaining simulation aspects ✤✤ Covers implementation to help cement the key concepts ✤✤ Provides the analytic solutions and practical examples with downloadable MATLAB codes ✤✤ Lecture materials available for instructor use READERSHIP: Graduate students, professionals and technicians in wireless communication fields, senior undergraduates

sep 2010 544PP 978-0-470-82561-7 CL £90.00 €112.00

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Handbook of Smart Antennas for RFID Systems

COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY

NEMAI CHANDRA KARMAKAR Monash University, Australia

✤✤ Smart antennas and the RFID technologies, the two most important wireless technologies, are combined in this book to produce the only reference book that covers the application of RFID technologies in smart antenna technology ✤✤ Covers the latest achievements in the designs and applications for smart antennas for RFID as well as the basic concepts, terms, protocols, systems architectures and case studies in smart antennas for RFID readers and tags ✤✤ Chapters written by leading experts in academia and industry the in areas of RFID technology and smart antenna offering an in-depth description of terminologies and concepts READERSHIP: Undergraduates, postgraduates, engineers, designers studying, researching and working on RFID and smart antenna wireless communication systems

nov 2010 646PP 978-0-470-38764-1 CL £93.50 €119.00

Fundamentals of Optical Communications MARIO MARTINELLI & PAOLO MARTELLI Both of Politecnico di Milano, Italy

✤✤ Presents a systematic and organized view of contemporary knowledge in the optical communications area ✤✤ Explores the subject of optical communication modelling and theory, covering all the main elements and adopting a viewpoint more biased toward a quantum theoretic than a semi-classical approach ✤✤ Covers the main areas of optical communications: propagation, detection, amplification, absorption, generation, and communication ✤✤ Examines and describes the mathematical underpinnings of the first three areas and then discusses various communication quality issues READERSHIP: Postgraduate masters and PhD students, researchers and experts in optical communications SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN MICROWAVE AND OPTICAL ENGINEERING

DEC 2010 450PP 978-0-470-27712-6 CL £93.50 €119.00

Fiber Optic Sensors

An Introduction for Engineers and Scientists 2nd Edition

Edited by ERIC UDD & WILLIAM B. SPILLMAN, JR. Columbia Gorge Research, USA; Virginia Polytechnic Institute, USA

✤✤ The first major textbook in this field that is suitable for undergraduates and graduate students and contains a complete set of questions accompanied by a highly integrated text ✤✤ An important reference for professionals who want a rapid and complete introduction to various classes of fiber optic sensors and their applications ✤✤ Includes a full chapter on Fiber Optic Sensors for Oil Field Applications, one of the largest market applications of fiber optic sensor technology READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate students, the military, the chemical sensing (especially petrochemical) industry, the transportation industry, building and structural monitoring and the biomedical industry

OCT 2010 600PP 978-0-470-12684-4 CL £96.95 €122.00

REPLACES ISBN 978-0-470-06810-6

Mobile Positioning and Tracking From Conventional to Cooperative Techniques

JOÃO FIGUEIRAS & SIMONE FRATTASI Both of Aalborg University, Denmark

✤✤ Presents the most recent state of the art of satellite- and terrestrial-based positioning systems ✤✤ Covers positioning in heterogeneous wireless networks, where location information is retrieved by exploiting all the different networks the terminal is in range with ✤✤ Provides a solid bridge between research and industry envisaging a potential implementation of the presented solutions ✤✤ Fills the gap between positioning and communication systems ✤✤ Includes an accompanying website

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READERSHIP: Advanced students, professionals and practitioners in the field of positioning and mobile technologies, software and service developers

JUN 2010 304PP 978-0-470-69451-0 CL £65.00 €79.90


MANISH AGRAWAL & IRMA BECERRA-FERNANDEZ University of South Florida, USA; Florida International University, USA

✤✤ Unlike other books in the field, Business Data Communications provides IT specialists with a very focused approach that shows how the concepts are relevant to their work ✤✤ Unique content is presented on topics ranging from multiplexing, signalling, CRC, and CIDR to supporting technologies, subnetting, and 802.11n and 802.16 ✤✤ Numerous lab exercises are integrated throughout the pages to demonstrate how the material is applied ✤✤ Includes a companion website that enhances each chapter with relevant, easy-to-read research articles that IT specialists will appreciate READERSHIP: IT specialists, students, and professors

NOV 2010 384PP 978-0-470-48336-7 PR £68.95 €84.90

Design for Reliability

Information and Computer-Based Systems

ERIC BAUER Alcatel-Lucent , USA

✤✤ Pragmatic approach of framing robustness as a functional aspect of a system so that architects, designers, developers and testers can address it as a concrete, functional attribute of a system, rather than an abstract, non-functional notion ✤✤ Targeted directly for industry professionals who are specifying, architecting, designing and developing high availability systems ✤✤ Brings together the analysis, design and system implementation principles to help the reader build a reliable system READERSHIP: System architects, systems engineers and developers, quality, operations and supplier management professionals

oct 2010 336PP 978-0-470-60465-6 CL £66.95 €83.90

Ant Colony Optimization and Constraint Programming CHRISTINE SOLNON Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1, France

✤✤ Describes the metaheuristic, ant colony optimization, and studies its efficiency for solving some hard combinatorial problems, with a specific focus on constraint programming ✤✤ Introduces constraint programming, which provides high level features to declaratively model problems by means of constraints ✤✤ Explains the main existing approaches for solving constraint satisfaction problems, and shows how they can be integrated within constraint programming languages ✤✤ Shows how the ant colony may be integrated within a constraint programming language, thus combining the expressive power of constraint programming languages, to describe problems in a declarative way, and the solving power of ant colony optimization to efficiently solve these problems

COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY / MATHEMATICS & STATISTICS

Business Data Communications

READERSHIP: Professors, high level undergraduate and graduate students, professionals in applied mathematics and computer science, related to operations research, algorithm theory and computational complexity theory

APR 2010 320PP 978-1-84821-130-8 CL £73.50 €91.90

College Algebra SHELDON AXLER San Francisco State University, USA

✤✤ Building on the success of Dr. Axler’s Precalculus, College Algebra will take a similar streamlined approach to the topics, which will appeal to both users of standard and essentials titles and will realistically be able to be covered in one semester ✤✤ Prose that is precise, accurate, and easy to read, with straightforward definitions of even the topics that are typically most difficult for students ✤✤ Includes an integrated student solutions manual, which will resonate strongly with the needs of students taking CA and A&T ✤✤ Will appeal to those professors seeking out a higher-level book for courses in which the majority of the students go on to Precalculus, Applied Calculus, and/or Calculus READERSHIP: Mathematics students

NOV 2010 624PP 978-0-470-47077-0 PR £47.99 €59.90

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Principles of Linear Algebra Using Maple

MATHEMATICS & STATISTICS

KENNETH M. SHISKOWSKI & KARL FRINKLE Eastern Michigan University, USA; Southeastern Oklahoma State University, USA;

✤✤ All Maple commands used to solve and explain the book’s theories and examples are provided both in the book and on a related website, allowing readers to modify these commands on their own to help solve their own problems ✤✤ Material has been extensively class-tested, ensuring a readable presentation that explores each topic in an insightful way, rather than just outlining topics in a theory-proof-problem format ✤✤ Along with introductory topics, advanced topics, such as the effect of linear transformations on arclength, area and volume, are also treated ✤✤ The authors supply a fluid and easy-to-follow treatment of key topics often found in a first course in linear algebra, including linear systems of equations, matrices, vectors and transformations READERSHIP: Undergraduate students in linear algebra, a reference for students and professionals looking to use Maple to solve problems relating to linear algebra, academic libraries SERIES: PURE AND APPLIED MATHEMATICS: A WILEY-INTERSCIENCE SERIES OF TEXTS, MONOGRAPHS AND TRACTS

SEP 2010 608PP 978-0-470-63759-3 CL £73.50 €91.90

Calculus Multivariable Debut Edition

BRIAN E. BLANK & STEVEN G. KRANTZ Both of Washington University in St. Louis, USA

✤✤ A classic calculus text which fits well with most universities course sequence ✤✤ Features clear writing and extensive examples which make this book accessible to all students ✤✤ Blank and Krantz’s engaging style makes the language of mathematics understandable and enjoyable ✤✤ Includes graphical interpretations and numerical examples reinforce concepts and deepen students’ understanding ✤✤ Contains technology complements and enhances traditional mathematical skills throughout Calculus as students use computer algebra systems (CAS) and graphing calculators READERSHIP: Undergraduate calculus students

OCT 2010 464PP 978-0-470-45359-9 PR £39.99 €49.90

REPLACES ISBN 978-0-470-41271-8

Explorations in College Algebra 5th Edition

LINDA ALMGREN KIME, JUDY CLARK & BEVERLY K. MICHAEL University of Massachusetts, USA; University of Massachusetts-Boston, USA; University of Pittsburgh, USA

✤✤ Designed to make algebra interesting and relevant to the student ✤✤ The algebra is developed from real-world applications ✤✤ The materials are designed for flexibility of use and offer multiple options for adapting them to a wide range of skill levels and departmental needs ✤✤ Many opportunities for students to practice. Each section includes Algebra Aerobics and new End of Section exercise questions intended to help the student practice the skills just learned READERSHIP: Mathematics students

NOV 2010 720PP 978-0-470-46644-5 PR £117.00 €145.00

REPLACES ISBN 978-0-471-91688-8

Fundamentals of Actuarial Mathematics 2nd Edition

S. DAVID PROMISLOW York University, Canada

✤✤ Covers all new syllabus material on the modelling examinations of the Society of Actuaries and the Casualty Actuarial Society (SOA exam M and CSA exam 3) ✤✤ Covers the two major topics of contingencies and risk theory ✤✤ Includes new state-of-the-art computational methods ✤✤ Includes exercises and solutions, enabling use for self-study or as a course text ✤✤ Will feature a companion website, updated with examples and exercises

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READERSHIP: Senior undergraduates and graduate students, actuarial professionals working in the life insurance industry and pension plan valuation actuaries, applied econometricians

DEC 2010 470PP 978-0-470-68411-5 CL £50.00 €62.90


Single Variable 2nd Edition

BRIAN E. BLANK Washington University in St. Louis, USA

✤✤ In order to show scientists and engineers how to apply calculus, this edition places a greater emphasis on conceptual understanding ✤✤ Provides a nice balance between rigor and accessibility that will challenge students ✤✤ Unique elements are integrated throughout which deepen the appreciation for calculus ✤✤ Numerous nonstandard challenging exercises build better math skills ✤✤ Innovative approaches on topics such as limits also help uncover new areas of learning for scientists and engineers READERSHIP: Engineers and engineering students

OCT 2010 784PP 978-0-470-60198-3 PR £43.99 €55.90

REPLACES ISBN 978-0-470-41277-0

Calculus Single-Variable Combined

BRIAN E. BLANK & STEVEN G. KRANTZ Both of Washington University in St. Louis, USA

MATHEMATICS & STATISTICS

Calculus

✤✤ This unique blend of excellent writing and innovation will appeal to students of all abilities, whilst still challenging more competent students and giving them a deeper understanding of calculus ✤✤ The feature set in the text includes unique elements that deepen appreciation for calculus and create enthusiasm among reviewers ✤✤ Includes numerous nonstandard challenging exercises; these engage the better mathematics students and help instructors to assess - and develop - more advanced levels of understanding in these students ✤✤ Proficiency-based exams with diagnostics and individualized lesson plans in WileyPLUS address gaps in students’ backgrounds (or memories) effectively and efficiently READERSHIP: Mathematics students

OCT 2010 1236PP 978-0-470-45360-5 PR £49.99 €61.90

Fourier Series and Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations RICHARD BERNATZ Luther College, USA

✤✤ Reinforces and extends the material typically covered in introductory linear algebra and differential equations courses and appropriately combines analytic development with numerical methods ✤✤ Introduces several numerical methods including finite difference, finite element, and finite analytic methods ✤✤ Supplemented by a Student Solutions Manual containing complete solutions to all exercises found in the book ✤✤ Features MapleTM worksheets for each numerical method, which are available via the book’s related website READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates and first-year graduates in mathematics, science, and engineering, as a resource for anyone interested in the mathematical modeling of physical phenomena including diffusion and wave aspects, academic libraries

JUL 2010 336PP 978-0-470-61796-0 CL £60.50 €75.90

Algebra and Number Theory An Integrated Approach

MARTYN DIXON, LEONID KURDACHENKO & IGOR SUBBOTIN University of Alabama, USA; University of Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine; University in Los Angeles, USA

✤✤ Unifies two powerful branches of mathematics that are both at the forefront of current mathematical research and provides detailed coverage of linear algebra, abstract algebra, and number theory ✤✤ Helps to build a deeper understanding of algebra and number theory and also prepares readers for further reading in coding theory and cryptography ✤✤ Fills a gap in the literature by providing an introductory and integrated perspective on algebra and number theory ✤✤ Developed for future teachers of secondary mathematics as well as current teachers working towards a degree in mathematics education READERSHIP: Undergraduate students, current secondary mathematics teachers, academic libraries

oct 2010 528PP 978-0-470-49636-7 CL £83.50 €105.00

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Service Science

MATHEMATICS & STATISTICS

Service Operations for Managers and Engineers

MARK S. DASKIN Northwestern University, USA

✤✤ Features detailed descriptions of how to implement various models using Microsoft Office Excel and, in the case of optimization problems, using the What’s Best! optimization engine from Lindo ✤✤ Discusses why inventory management is essential to many service industries, including retail sales operations and repair facilities ✤✤ Provides real-world examples at the beginning of each chapter to aid in the presentation of the topics discussed. Also utilizes the author’s own SITATION software ✤✤ Details how service science is fundamentally different from supply chain management and queuing theory including the potential pitfalls and opportunities of the service sector READERSHIP: Academics and practitioners, MBA students, upper-level undergraduates in industrial engineering programs, academic and corporate libraries

NOV 2010 648PP 978-0-470-52588-3 CL £86.95 €109.00

Approximate Optimization Methods and Metaheuristics in Operational Research MARC PIRLOT & JACQUES TEGHEM Both of Faculté Polytechnique de Mons, Belgium

✤✤ Presents an overview of the methods that have been proposed to find satisfactory solutions to management problems of great importance in economies open to competition ✤✤ Focuses on applications of these methods in private and public sector, for example: production scheduling and sequencing, transportation, traffic management, distribution of goods and portfolio selection ✤✤ Describes how to tailor heuristics to get the best results in a variety of selected typical problems READERSHIP: Engineers and researchers

AUG 2010 416PP 978-1-84821-207-7 CL £96.95 €122.00

Combinatorial Optimization 3-Volume Set

VANGELIS T. PASCHOS University Paris-Dauphine, France

✤✤ This set provides the most comprehensive overview of combinatorial optimization available ✤✤ Covers a wide range of topics in combinatorial optimization, including the three major domains: mathematics, theoretical computer science and management ✤✤ Deals with fundamental notions and approaches as with several classical applications of combinatorial optimization READERSHIP: Professors, high level undergraduate and graduate students, professionals in applied mathematics and computer science

JUN 2010 1264PP 978-1-84821-146-9 CL Introductory price £330.00 €410.00 valid until 30th March 2011, price thereafter £397.00 €490.00

Volumes are also available individually: Concepts of Combinatorial Optimization, 978-1-84821-147-6 CL £100.00 €125.00 Applications of Combinatorial Optimization, 978-1-84821-149-0 CL £100.00 €125.00 Paradigms of Combinatorial Optimization, 978-1-84821-148-3 CL £197.00 €245.00

Concepts of Combinatorial Optimization VANGELIS T. PASCHOS University Paris-Dauphine, France

✤✤ This set provides the most comprehensive overview of combinatorial optimization available ✤✤ Covers a wide range of topics in combinatorial optimization, including the three major domains: mathematics, theoretical computer science and management ✤✤ Deals with fundamental notions and approaches as with several classical applications of combinatorial optimization READERSHIP: Professors, high level undergraduate and graduate students, professionals in applied mathematics and computer science

JUN 2010 368PP 978-1-84821-147-6 CL £100.00 €125.00

also available as a set Combinatorial Optimization: 3-Volume Set 978-1-84821-146-9 CL £330.00 €490.00

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VANGELIS T. PASCHOS University Paris-Dauphine, France

✤✤ This set provides the most comprehensive overview of combinatorial optimization available ✤✤ Covers a wide range of topics in combinatorial optimization, including the three major domains: mathematics, theoretical computer science and management ✤✤ Deals with fundamental notions and approaches as with several classical applications of combinatorial optimization READERSHIP: Professors, high level undergraduate and graduate students, professionals in applied mathematics and computer science

JUN 2010 384PP 978-1-84821-149-0 CL £100.00 €125.00

also available as a set Combinatorial Optimization: 3-Volume Set 978-1-84821-146-9 CL £330.00 €490.00

Paradigms of Combinatorial Optimization VANGELIS T. PASCHOS University Paris-Dauphine, France

✤✤ This set provides the most comprehensive overview of combinatorial optimization available

MATHEMATICS & STATISTICS

Applications of Combinatorial Optimization

✤✤ Covers a wide range of topics in combinatorial optimization, including the three major domains: mathematics, theoretical computer science and management ✤✤ Deals with fundamental notions and approaches as with several classical applications of combinatorial optimization READERSHIP: Professors, high level undergraduate and graduate students, professionals in applied mathematics and computer science

JUN 2010 512PP 978-1-84821-148-3 CL £197.00 €245.00

also available as a set Combinatorial Optimization: 3-Volume Set 978-1-84821-146-9 CL £330.00 €490.00

Green’s Functions and Boundary Value Problems 3rd Edition

IVAR STAKGOLD & MICHAEL J. HOLST University of Delaware, USA; University of California, USA

✤✤ Features new topical coverage on approximation methods and theory, including best linear approximation in linear spaces, finite element and wavelet methods for linear equations, and methods for non-linear equations ✤✤ Features new discussions on main topics such as nonlinear problems, particle differential equations, operator theory, Hilbert and Banach spaces, and the theory of distributions ✤✤ Presents careful derivations of some of the equations that arise in applications, including the treatment of variational methods and pertubation theory, the use of maximum principles, the constructive approach to the continuous spectrum, and wavelets READERSHIP: Graduate students, mathematicians, physicists, researchers, engineers, and scientists working in academia and industry, academic libraries SERIES: PURE AND APPLIED MATHEMATICS: A WILEY-INTERSCIENCE SERIES OF TEXTS, MONOGRAPHS AND TRACTS

DEC 2010 736PP 978-0-470-60970-5 CL £86.95 €109.00

REPLACES ISBN 978-0-471-61022-9

Topological Groups An Introduction

NELSON G. MARKLEY Formerly of Lehigh University, USA

✤✤ Provides special attention to finite dimensional linear spaces culminating in the construction of the determinant function, which plays an essential role in the study of metric groups of square matrices under matrix multiplication ✤✤ Develops algebraic and topological ideas together and provides an emphasis on metric spaces and groups ✤✤ Features topical coverage including linear spaces and algebras; the subgroups of Rn; matrix groups; connectivity of metric groups; metric groups of functions; compact groups; and character groups ✤✤ Introduces new concepts and results on groups and metric spaces in order to build on the presented theory of metric groups READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates and graduates, reference guide/self-study for professionals (engineers, scientists, mathematicians, and physicists), academic libraries

sep 2010 384PP 978-0-470-62451-7 CL £66.95 €83.90

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Spatial Statistics and Spatio-Temporal Data

MATHEMATICS & STATISTICS

Covariance Functions and Directional Properties

MICHAEL SHERMAN & BO LI Texas A&M University, USA; National Center for Atmospheric Research, USA

✤✤ Focuses on covariance functions and their role in prediction and understanding the underlying physical process ✤✤ Introduces sub-sampling methods for spatial data ✤✤ Discusses multivariate space-time models, covariance models, parametric methods and nonparametric methods ✤✤ Explores the methodology for assessing the appropriateness of assumptions in the spatial, space-time, multivariate spatial data, point processes and space-time point processes ✤✤ Contains exercises and problems at the end of each chapter READERSHIP: Statisticians, researchers, data analysts working with spatial and space-time data, GIS systems and climate modelling, graduate students, researchers and data analysts SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS

nov 2010 320PP 978-0-470-69958-4 CL £60.00 €72.90

Multilevel Statistical Models 4th Edition

HARVEY GOLDSTEIN University of Bristol, UK

✤✤ Presents the main methods, techniques and issues for carrying out multilevel modelling ✤✤ Features new procedures and applications in multilevel statistics ✤✤ Covers new topics including multivariate models with mixed response types at several levels, smoothing models, models with correlated random effects and modeling the variance ✤✤ Illustrated throughout with real-life examples, explaining theoretical concepts READERSHIP: Applied statisticians in the social sciences, economics, biological and medical disciplines, graduate students of applied statistics SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS

oct 2010 352PP 978-0-470-74865-7 CL £60.00 €73.90

REPLACES ISBN 978-0-470-68936-3

Statistics for Earth and Environmental Scientists JOHN SCHUENEMEYER & LARRY DREW Southwest Statistical Consulting, USA; U.S. Geological Survey, USA

✤✤ Presents an accessible, yet rigorous treatment of basic statistical techniques for problem-solving in the geosciences through applications to various areas of environmental science, including geology, oceanography, climatology, and hydrology ✤✤ The authors uniquely present several different statistical methodologies to the environmental sciences all under one cover, including Bayesian, nonparametric, and frequentist approaches ✤✤ Exercises at the end of each chapter allow readers to test their comprehension of the presented topics and also incorporate their own research data into the presented problems ✤✤ All data sets, graphs, and analyses are computed using R, but can be worked with using any statistical computing software READERSHIP: Upper-undergraduate and graduate level students, field biologists, geologists, hydrologists, practicing statisticians and researchers, academic libraries

dec 2010 384PP 978-0-470-58469-9 CL £73.50 €91.90

Statistical Inference for Fractional Diffusion Processes B. L. S. PRAKASA RAO University of Hyderabad, India

✤✤ Provides extensive coverage of statistical inference driven by Brownian ✤✤ Looks at fractional Brownian motion for modelling purposes ✤✤ Focuses on parametric and non parametric inference problems ✤✤ Presents recent results and developments in the recent area of statistical inference of fractional processes READERSHIP: Researchers in statistics and applied probability, research students working in statistics of diffusion and applied mathematicians involved in stochastic process modelling

JUL 2010 264PP 978-0-470-66568-8 CL £70.00 €87.90

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Intermediate Bayesian Inference

GEORGE G. WOODWORTH University of Iowa, USA

✤✤ The contemporary topical coverage is ideal for research purposes for biostatisticians ✤✤ A review chapter is included that allows this book to be used as an intermediate text following any introductory Bayesian statistics course ✤✤ Each chapter includes problem sets and computer exercises ✤✤ An accompanying website contains data sets, computer exercises, sample exams and answers, and additional exercises READERSHIP: Senior undergraduate and second semester graduate students in biological sciences, Bayesian and applied statisticians, academic, corporate, or government libraries SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS

DEC 2010 416PP 978-0-470-17942-0 CL £66.95 €83.90

Statistical Methods in Diagnostic Medicine 2nd Edition

Edited by XIAO-HUA ZHOU, DONNA K. MCCLISH & NANCY A. OBUCHOWSKI Indiana University, USA; Medical College of Virginia, USA; The Cleveland Clinic Foundation, USA

✤✤ The book is thoroughly detailed with numerous applications and end-of-chapter problem sets

MATHEMATICS & STATISTICS

Biostatistics

✤✤ Most of the case studies from the first edition have been significantly edited and/or replaced in this edition to reflect the evolving changes in the marketplace ✤✤ New methods have been added while others have been synthesized, updated, and/or streamlined. A selection of new methods include: screening tests, semi-parametric and non-parametric regression models, and SROC and partial areas ✤✤ FORTRAN program listings, related data sets, and instructional hints continue to be located on an FTP site READERSHIP: Clinicians, graduate students and biostatisticians SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS

dec 2010 496PP 978-0-470-18314-4 CL £76.95 €95.90

REPLACES ISBN 978-0-471-34772-9

Extreme Values Statistical Analysis Using R

LEE FAWCETT & DAVID WALSHAW Both of Newcastle University

✤✤ Provides a full coverage of the analysis of extreme value data using R ✤✤ Examples and case studies are drawn from a broad subject area including environmental sciences, engineering and financial analysis ✤✤ Features Bayesian inference for extremes and spatial extremes ✤✤ A supporting website contains the full data sets for downloading READERSHIP: Environmental scientists, economists, engineers, statisticians, graduate students and researchers SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS

DEC 2010 384PP 978-0-470-74645-5 CL £60.00 €72.90

Forecasting in Financial and Sports Gambling Markets Adaptive Drift Modeling

WILLIAM S. MALLIOS California State University, USA

✤✤ Demonstrates that candle stick charts, as developed in feudal Japan, are simple graphical illustrations of co-integration and discusses how perhaps co-integrated time series had their genesis in candlestick charting ✤✤ Introduces competitive, web-based mixed market games, which are available via the book’s related website ✤✤ Integrates recent literature on financial modelling and sports betting markets in light of the known parallels across these areas such as econometric modelling techniques ✤✤ Provides insight into the author’s firsthand experience analyzing gambling markets combined with detailed examples using actual data READERSHIP: Retail market enthusiasts, technicians, quant fund modellers, hedge fund modellers, time series researchers and forecasters, undergraduate and graduate students, academic libraries

DEC 2010 256PP 978-0-470-48452-4 CL £63.50 €79.90

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Fundamentals of Mathematics

MATHEMATICS & STATISTICS / earth & environmental science

An Introduction to Proofs, Logic, Sets, and Numbers

BERND S. W. SCHRODER Louisiana Tech University, USA

✤✤ Enforces the fundamental rule that you are not allowed to use any results that you have not proved yet, and consequently starts with an axiomatic system and builds from there ✤✤ Introduces proof methods in a separate section of the Logic chapter to facilitate the development of proof writing skills ✤✤ Provides results, applications, and open problems that are typically covered in the high school curriculum in an effort to draw upon as many connections as possible from a reader’s existing knowledge base ✤✤ Features many types of exercises at varied levels of mathematical development and successfully guides readers through the presented mathematical fundamentals READERSHIP: Students and academic libraries

AUG 2010 352PP 978-0-470-55138-7 CL £53.50 €65.90

Branching Random Walks in Nonhomogenous Environments ELENA YAROVAYA Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics, Russia

✤✤ Devoted to the theory of branching random walks, describing the finite branching one-source environment, gradually increasing the complexity of the model ✤✤ Explores the branching random walk by means of the spectral methods ✤✤ Exemplifies application of the Tauberian theorems in the asymptotical problems of the probability theory ✤✤ Provides detailed examination of survival probabilities in the critical and subcritical cases READERSHIP: Graduate students and researchers in applied sciences, as well as anyone looking for an introduction to branching random walks

AUG 2010 288PP 978-1-84821-208-4 CL £66.95 €83.90

Operational Risk Management A Practical Approach to Intelligent Data Analysis

Edited by RON KENETT & YOSSI RAANAN University of Torino, Italy; KPA Ltd, Israel

✤✤ Features state of the art technology such as semantic analysis, ontology engineering, data mining and statistical analysis ✤✤ Presents techniques, methodologies and case studies using real life data ✤✤ Covers various applications including risks in industries such as the oil and chemical industry and financial regulations READERSHIP: Operational risk practitioners, practitioners in banks, hospitals, academics and graduate students SERIES: STATISTICS IN PRACTICE

OCT 2010 416PP 978-0-470-74748-3 CL £65.00 €81.90

Practical Statistics for Geographers and Earth Scientists NIGEL WALFORD Kingston University, UK

✤✤ Takes a practical approach to statistics with a range of case studies illustrating each key technique ✤✤ Photographs complement tables and figures to assist with explaining statistical concepts e.g. sampling strategies ✤✤ Includes a flowchart to help students plan and design their independent projects ✤✤ Sample output from the key statistical software packages (Excel, SPSS, MINITAB) will be analysed READERSHIP: Suitable for anyone studying geography, earth science, environmental science who are taking compulsory modules in quantitative methods or statistics

NOV 2010 384PP 978-0-470-84915-6 PR £19.99 €24.90

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Where Do We Go From Here?

DANIEL D. PERLMUTTER & ROBERT L. ROTHSTEIN University of Pennsylvania, USA; Colgate University, USA

✤✤ Rather than debating the existence of the problem, this book presupposes that a climate change issue exists and develops a strategic and thoughtful action plan ✤✤ The authors’ combined backgrounds in engineering and international relations facilitates a discussion that presents the scientific underpinnings ✤✤ Key concepts from the fields of science and technology, such as nuclear energy, geothermal energy, hydroelectric power, and solar energy, are introduced at a basic level ✤✤ A concluding chapter entitled Where Do We Go From Here? supplies a thought-provoking look at the shortterm and long-term outcomes of the book’s suggested course of action READERSHIP: A reference for individuals who are interested in popular science and for scientific researchers and public health officials

DEC 2010 288PP 978-0-470-65497-2 PR £19.99 €24.90

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Sedimentary Rocks in the Field 4th Edition

MAURICE E. TUCKER Durham University, UK

✤✤ This edition is produced in full colour throughout with improved photos, figures and diagrams in a modern layout ✤✤ Complete revision and update of best selling textbook which is part of the highly successful Field Guide series ✤✤ Handy pocket size with laminated cover ✤✤ Includes supplementary website with downloadable logging sheets for fieldwork activities

earth & environmental science

The Challenges of Climate Change

✤✤ Expanded sections on trace fossils and volcaniclastics along with updated reference list READERSHIP: Students, professional geologists, physical geographers, engineering geologists and civil engineers SERIES: GEOLOGICAL FIELD GUIDE

DEC 2010 296PP 978-0-470-68916-5 PR £19.99 €24.90

REPLACES ISBN 978-0-470-85123-4

The Field Description of Igneous Rocks 2nd Edition

DOUGAL JERRAM & NICHOLAS PETFORD Bournemouth University, UK; University of Durham, UK

✤✤ The Second Edition of this unique pocket field guide has been thoroughly revised and updated ✤✤ Includes the advances in physical volcanology, emplacement of magmas and interpreting structures and textures in igneous rocks ✤✤ New techniques include AMS and geophysical studies of pluton shape at depth ✤✤ This book is part of the successful Field Guide series, and retains its handy pocket size for use in the field READERSHIP: Undergraduate and postgraduate students, and professionals SERIES: GEOLOGICAL FIELD GUIDE

nov 2010 208PP 978-0-470-02236-8 PR £24.95 €29.90

REPLACES ISBN 978-0-471-93275-8

Physical Geology CHIP FLETCHER University of Hawaii

✤✤ An emphasis on geologic processes to provide a solid understanding of how the earth, and its integrated systems, fit together and work as a cohesive living planet ✤✤ Integrated 2 page visual art spreads with hands-on activities and exercises that challenge students to interpret and analyze geologic processes depicted visually ✤✤ An “Earth Citizenship” component that challenges students to understand the role of humankind and its interactions with the earth’s environment and natural resources throughout the planet’s past, present and future ✤✤ Critical thinking questions which show students how scientists, and engineers use basic geological information to tackle today’s problems READERSHIP: Undergraduate students

NOV 2010 736PP 978-0-471-22037-4 PR £36.99 €45.90

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Plates vs Plumes

earth & environmental science

A Geological Controversy

GILLIAN R. FOULGER University of Durham, UK

✤✤ Does not assume specialist knowledge and does not include maths or difficult geochemistry ✤✤ Presents both sides of the argument ✤✤ Is a good as trusted route to primary literature READERSHIP: Upper level undergraduate and graduate students, and the research community

SEPT 2010 472PP 978-1-4051-6148-0 PR £37.50 € 46.90 /

978-1-444-33679-5 CL £75.00 € 92.90

Sedimentology and Sedimentary Basins 2nd Edition

MIKE LEEDER University of East Anglia, UK

✤✤ Addresses the principles of the subject from the viewpoint of modern processes ✤✤ Emphasising a general science narrative approach in the main text, with quantitative background derived in enabling “cookie” appendices ✤✤ Each chapter concludes with a detailed guide to key further reading leading to a large bibliography of over 2500 entries READERSHIP: Senior undergraduate and graduate students, interested academic and industry professionals

OCT 2010 608PP 978-1-4051-7783-2 PR £34.99 €42.90

REPLACES ISBN 978-0-632-04976-9

The Warming Papers Edited by DAVID ARCHER & RAY PIERREHUMBERT University of Chicago, USA

✤✤ No other book has attempted to present the development of the science of global warming in this way ✤✤ Allows students to see seminal papers in full under one cover ✤✤ Explanatory chapters from key workers in the field and notes from the editors to accompany each paper READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate and graduate students in the earth, environmental and atmospheric sciences who are studying a course on global warming and its consequences

DEC 2010 416PP 978-1-4051-9616-1 PR £37.50 €44.90

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Fundamentals of Digital Image Processing A Practical Approach with Examples in Matlab

CHRIS SOLOMON University of Kent, UK

✤✤ A comprehensive introduction to image processing accessible to both students and researchers alike ✤✤ Associated with the Matlab programming language to enhance understanding of the practical aspects of the subject ✤✤ A complimentary website features solutions to the exercises, a forum for discussion, and accessibility to files corresponding to the examples and exercises within the book ✤✤ Includes numerous examples, graded exercises, and computer experiments within each chapter ✤✤ Prior experience of Matlab is not required nor is access to Matlab

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aug 2010 320PP 978-0-470-84473-1 PR £37.50 €46.90

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Edited by ANTHONY DOSSETO, SIMON TURNER & JAMES VAN-ORMAN Macquarie University, Australia; Macquarie University, Australia; Case Western Reserve University, USA

✤✤ A unique book that looks exclusively at timescales of magmatic processes ✤✤ Focuses on the geological processes ✤✤ Suitable for senior undergraduate or graduate level courses ✤✤ International team of editors and authors READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate students, postgraduates and researchers

NOV 2010 280PP 978-1-4443-3261-2 PR £39.95 €49.90

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Climate Change Impacts on Freshwater Ecosystems MARTIN KERNAN, RICK BATTARBEE & BRIAN MOSS University College London, UK; University College London, UK; University of Liverpool, UK

✤✤ Details the impact of climate change on freshwater ecosystems, past, present and future ✤✤ Focuses on the key drivers of aquatic ecosystem change (land-use, nutrients, acid deposition and toxic substances) ✤✤ Examines interactions with global, especially climate change using time-series analysis, space-for-time substitution, palaeolimnology, experiments and process modelling

earth & environmental science

Timescales of Magmatic Processes

✤✤ Integrated full colour images throughout ✤✤ Addresses aspects of management READERSHIP: Climate change biologists and freshwater ecologists, palaeoclimatologists, limnologists, peer science community, graduate students

OCT 2010 320PP 978-1-4051-7913-3 CL £45.00 €54.90

Sustainable Geography ROGER BRUNET ✤✤ Sustainable Geography recalls the system and laws of geographical space production, tackles the hardcore of geography and presents models and organizations through a regional analysis and the dynamics of territorial structures and methods ✤✤ The book also describes the general idea of discontinuities, trenches, the anti-dialectical and redivisionuniformity in globalization ✤✤ Also addresses the Transnational Urban Systems and Urban Network in Europe READERSHIP:

JUL 2010 350PP 978-1-84821-192-6 CL £56.95 €71.90

Cold Region Hazards and Risks COLIN WHITEMAN The University of Brighton, UK

✤✤ A timely book that delves into the catastrophic effects of global warming and global development ✤✤ Wide ranging geographical coverage (the Americas, Asia, Australasia, Antarctic & Europe) ✤✤ Covering localized hazards (avalanches, life storms, landslides) contrasted to those with wider reaching effects (arctic ice loss, ice sheet retreat and wide spread permafrost decay) ✤✤ Includes the latest developments in the field ✤✤ Each chapter includes hazards overview, summary, conclusions, potential projects exercise and key references ✤✤ Numerous case studies included throughout the text to introduce concepts of risk and vulnerability READERSHIP: Undergraduates, specialists in hazard/disaster management, climate change impacts and development studies

dec 2010 320PP 978-0-470-02928-2 PR £27.50 €32.90

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Interdisciplinary Work in the Environmental Field

earth & environmental science

A Primer

GUNILLA OBERG University of British Columbia, Canada

✤✤ Focusing on opportunities rather than challenges of interdisciplinary work ✤✤ It uses a simple language, avoiding jargon and specialist terminology ✤✤ Includes authentic examples from student work and papers published in the environmental literature ✤✤ Discusses challenges of the natural science-social science divide in an accessible language READERSHIP: Graduate students in interdisciplinary settings in the field of environment and sustainability

OCT 2010 224PP 978-1-444-33686-3 CL £75.00 €92.90

Handbook of Erosion Modelling ROY P. C. MORGAN & MARK NEARING Cranfield University, UK; Southwest Watershed Research Center, USA

✤✤ Addresses questions and thereby provides the model user with the tools to evaluate different erosion models ✤✤ Shows the advantages and limitations of models and what users can expect to achieve in terms of accuracy ✤✤ Includes case studies covering models used within geospatial frameworks ✤✤ Outlines more recent approaches involving web-based and risk-based applications READERSHIP: Model users within government, non-governmental organisations, academic institutions and consultancies involved with environmental assessment, undergraduate and postgraduate students

DEC 2010 608PP 978-1-4051-9010-7 CL £80.00 €99.90

Dragons and Tigers

A Geography of South, East, and Southeast Asia 3rd Edition

BARBARA A. WEIGHTMAN University of California, Fullerton, USA

✤✤ New! Timelines included in each chapter ✤✤ Updated and additional maps covering distribution of religions, physical features, linguistic and religious pluralism in Southeast Asia, and more ✤✤ Added content coverage on the impact of globalization, environmental issues, recent environmental disasters and their effects on the region, the recent global economic crisis, migration and urbanization, gender and child welfare issues, religious conflict, agribusiness and sustainability and new patterns of trade ✤✤ Updated and additional photos READERSHIP: Geography undergraduate students

DEC 2010 480PP 978-0-470-87628-2 PR £74.95 €92.90

Geomorphology of Upland Peat Erosion, Form and Landscape Change

MARTIN EVANS & JEFF WARBURTON University of Manchester, UK; University of Durham, UK

✤✤ A comprehensive introduction to the history and environmental significance of peatlands, such as the major role they play in the global carbon cycle ✤✤ Offers a detailed synthesis of existing literature on the geomorphology - the scientific study of landforms and the processes that shape them - of peat erosion ✤✤ Written by two of the field’s leading experts, incorporating new research ideas and data ✤✤ Draws on research from the upland mires in the UK, but the novel approaches and techniques presented will benefit those working on organic sediments in other environments

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READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate students, researchers, and faculty of geomorphology, biogeography, or land management, from within geography or life sciences SERIES: RGS-IBG BOOK SERIES

DEC 2010 288PP 978-1-4443-3741-9 PR £24.99 €29.90


PETER J. SWATTON Bournemouth/Hurn Airport, UK

✤✤ Written for both trainee pilots studying for the EASA ATPL and CPL licence examinations and qualified pilots ✤✤ Matches learning objectives set by CAA for pilot qualification examinations ✤✤ Includes a total of 848 questions spread over eighteen chapters, with the worked solutions to all questions at the end of the book ✤✤ Organized so as to create a progressive learning curve, beginning with basic material before progressing to more advanced work READERSHIP: Reference book for trainee pilots looking to take commercial ground examinations, reference book for qualified pilots seeking to brush up on knowledge

engineering

Principles of Flight for Pilots

OCT 2010 448PP 978-0-470-71073-9 PR £50.00 €62.90

Engineering Money

Financial Fundamentals for Engineers

RICHARD HILL & GEORGE SOLT Both of IChemE, UK

✤✤ Fills the gap in most engineers’ training and gives young engineers an insight into the way engineering businesses are run, the importance of capital and the problems of cash flow ✤✤ Defines the important role of money to project building and explains why financial matters are not a topic to be glossed over ✤✤ Written in an approachable and entertaining style that covers real world topics that engineers will face in their profession ✤✤ Includes an international scope, written to be applicable to all countries in the world with special attention made to the Indian and Chinese markets READERSHIP: Final year undergraduate engineering students, young engineers starting work in industry, mature engineers, universities

OCT 2010 184PP 978-0-470-54601-7 PR £26.95 €33.90

Automatic Control Systems 9th Edition

FARID GOLNARAGHI & BENJAMIN C. KUO Simon Fraser University, USA; University of Illinois, USA

✤✤ Provides engineers with a fresh new controls book that places special emphasis on mechatronics. It follows a revolutionary approach by actually including a physical lab ✤✤ Readers will find authoritative coverage of modern design tools and examples ✤✤ Current mechatronics applications build motivation to learn the material ✤✤ Extensive use of virtual lab software is also integrated throughout the chapters ✤✤ Engineers will gain a strong understand of control systems with the help of modern examples and exercises READERSHIP: Students studying engineering, engineers

JUL 2009 800PP 978-0-470-04896-2 CL £44.99 €55.90

REPLACES ISBN 978-0-471-13476-3

Fundamentals of Thermodynamics 6th Edition, SI

MICHAEL J. MORAN & HOWARD N. SHAPIRO The Ohio State University, USA; Iowa State University of Science and Technology, USA

✤✤ In this new sixth edition, readers will learn how to solve thermodynamics problems with the help of a structured methodology, examples, and challenging problems ✤✤ The book’s sound problem-solving approach introduces them to concepts, which are then applied to relevant engineering-based situations ✤✤ The material is presented in an engaging style that includes over 200 worked examples, over 1,700 end-ofchapter problems, and numerous illustrations and graphs READERSHIP: Engineers, students and professors of engineering thermodynamics

SEP 2009 744PP 978-0-470-54019-0 PR £46.99 €57.90

REPLACES ISBN 978-0-470-03037-0

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Case Studies in Project, Program, and Organizational Project Management DRAGAN Z. MILOSEVIC, PEERASIT PATANAKUL & SABIN SRIVANNABOON VP for Technology Management at RapidInnovation, USA; Stevens Institute of Technology, USA; Tektronix, Inc., USA

✤✤ A new book of project management case studies which is structured to follow the PMBOK in coverage so that it can not only be used to supplement project management courses, but also for self study and training courses for the PMP Exam ✤✤ Contains over 80 cases drawn from real companies illustrating successful and poor implementation of project management, program management and OPM ✤✤ Supplements any textbook on project management at the college or training course level and compliments Kerzner’s case studies book READERSHIP: Students in courses on project management at undergraduate/graduate level, proprietary business schools, consulting and training companies

may 2010 528PP 978-0-470-18388-5 PR £50.00 €61.90

A User’s Manual to the PMBOK Guide CYNTHIA STACKPOLE Project Management Consultant, USA

✤✤ An accessible manual that walks the reader through the current edition of the PMBOK Guide and explains what it is saying and how to use its information on a day-to-day basis ✤✤ Written by successful author, Cynthia Stackpole who was project manager of the PMBOK Guide - Fourth Edition ✤✤ Clear and accessible to allow true understanding and implementation of the PMBOK Guide standard ✤✤ Follows the PMBOK Guide beginning with the process definition, then a description of the intent of the process, followed by a discussion of the individual ITTOs (inputs, tools and techniques and outputs) READERSHIP: Project managers and those studying for the PMP and CAPM Certification Exam, including members of the PMI, training businesses that teach courses on project management or PMP/CAPM Exam prep, college courses in project management at the undergraduate and graduate level

OCT 2010 240PP 978-0-470-58489-7 PR £50.00 €62.90

Modelling Transport 4th Edition

JUAN DE DIOS ORTÚZAR & LUIS G. WILLUMSEN Pontificia UniversityChile; Steer Davies Gleave, UK

✤✤ Includes substantial chapter updates and two new chapters on modelling for private sector projects and activity based modelling ✤✤ Provides comprehensive and rigorous information and guidance, enabling readers to make practical use of every available technique ✤✤ Relates the topics to new external factors and technologies such as global warming, congestion charging and global positioning systems (GPS) READERSHIP: Postgraduates in transport engineering and planning, practising transport engineers, consultants, planners and professional societies, government agencies, district and city councils

NOV 2010 552PP 978-0-470-76039-0 CL £50.00 €62.90

REPLACES ISBN 978-0-471-86110-2

Environmental Engineering Fundamentals, Sustainability, Design

JAMES R. MIHELCIC & JULIE B. ZIMMERMAN University of South Florida, USA; Yale University, USA

✤✤ Civil engineers are introduced to chemistry and biology through a mass and energy balance approach with this book. They will gain a global perspective so they can take a leadership role in sustainable development ✤✤ Covers ABET required topics of emerging importance, such as sustainable and global engineering ✤✤ Problems are integrated at the end of the chapters that are similar to those on the FE and PE exams ✤✤ Readers will have access to Web modules, which address a specific topic, such as water and wastewater treatment. The modules include rich content such as animations, audio, video, interactive problem solving and links to explorations READERSHIP: Civil engineers and students studying the subject

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Restoring and Conserving Ecosystem Services

MARTY D. MATLOCK & ROBERT MORGAN University of Arkansas, USA; Beaver Water District, USA

✤✤ Integrated approach brings topics from multiple disciplines together in one book ✤✤ Presents, for the first time, prescriptive guidelines for sound ecosystem design, providing explicit design methods to guide land use design, management and policy ✤✤ Introduces critical considerations in the design and restoration process, which are applicable across broad geographic, ecological and cultural contexts ✤✤ Real world case studies help ground the theory and demonstrate the practicality of the design methods

engineering

Ecological Engineering Design

✤✤ Provides guidance on low impact development and urban ecosystem design READERSHIP: Students of civil, biological and environmental engineering, professional engineers in these disciplines, planners, architects, natural resource professionals, environmental scientists

DEC 2010 384PP 978-0-470-34514-6 CL £90.00 €109.00

Complexity Theory and Project Management WANDA CURLEE & ROBERT L. GORDON North Central University, USA; Keller School of Management, USA

✤✤ Explains the relationship of complexity theory to virtual project management ✤✤ Supplies techniques, tips, and suggestions for building effective and successful teams in the virtual environment ✤✤ Presents current information about best practices and relevant proactive tools READERSHIP: Project managers, program managers, project trainers, graduate students in virtual project management or managing complex projects

OCT 2010 448PP 978-0-470-54596-6 CL £80.00 €97.90

Geometric Tolerancing of Products FRANÇOIS VILLENEUVE & LUC MATHIEU University of Grenoble, France; University Paris-Sud 11, France

✤✤ Describes the various research results in the field of geometric tolerancing of products, an activity that highlights the difficult scientific locks ✤✤ The collection is of great importance for further innovation in the development of industrial products READERSHIP: Graduates, professionals and also accessible to non-specialists in the field

MAY 2010 352PP 978-1-84821-118-6 CL £93.50 €119.00

Introduction to Robotics

Introduction to Robotics- Analysis, Control, Applications

SAEED NIKU California Polytechnic State University, USA

✤✤ Offers comprehensive, yet concise coverage of robotics that will appeal to engineers ✤✤ Robotic applications are drawn from a wide variety of fields ✤✤ Emphasis is placed on design along with analysis and modelling ✤✤ Kinematics and dynamics are covered extensively in an accessible style ✤✤ Vision systems are discussed in detail, which is a cutting-edge area in robotics ✤✤ Engineers will also find a running design project that reinforces the concepts by having them apply what they’ve learned READERSHIP: Engineering students and engineers

SEP 2010 400PP 978-0-470-60446-5 CL £43.99 €132.00

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Structural Dynamics of Micro- and Opto-Electronic Systems

ENGINEERING

Edited by EPHRAM SUHIR, T. X. YU & ERIC CONNALLY University of California, USA; Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong; Litton Guidance and Control Systems, USA

✤✤ Comprehensive and practical coverage of the physics and mechanics of the dynamic response and structural failure of the typical micro- and opto-electronic structural elements, assemblies, packages, devices and systems ✤✤ Provides a thorough introduction to the existing test techniques and test methods ✤✤ A source of guidelines for rugged design against shock and vibration including random vibrations, nonlinear problems, and the existing military and commercial standards READERSHIP: Mechanical and electrical engineers, technicians and technical managers

DEC 2010 528PP 978-0-470-25002-0 CL £120.00 €149.00

Chemical Reactor Analysis and Design 3rd Edition

GILBERT F. FROMENT & KENNETH B. BISCHOFF Rijksuniversiteit Gent, Belgium; University of Delaware, USA

✤✤ The Third Edition concentrates on the rapid evolution of chemical reaction engineering over the past few years ✤✤ Uses a fundamental approach of real world chemical reaction engineering ✤✤ Covers the mechanism of the reactions in great detail in an effort to be realistic and reliable in kinetic modelling e.g. in thermal cracking, polymerization, hydrocarbon processing and bio-processes ✤✤ Includes a comprehensive description of phenomena, operations and equipment, enabling the development and application of more fundamental and more accurate models throughout READERSHIP: Chemical engineers and chemical engineering students

NOV 2010 896PP 978-0-470-56541-4 CL £86.50 €105.00

REPLACES ISBN 978-0-471-51044-4

Radiation Detection and Measurement 4th Edition

GLENN F. KNOLL University of Michigan, USA

✤✤ The new edition continues to convey the importance of understanding the basic physics underlying the operation of instruments ✤✤ This edition includes up to date information on new technical developments that continue to enhance the instruments and techniques available for the detection and spectroscopy of ionizing radiation READERSHIP: Undergraduate engineering students

aug 2010 896PP 978-0-470-13148-0 CL £90.50 €109.00

REPLACES ISBN 978-0-471-07338-3

Linear Systems HENRI BOURLÈS & GODFREY K. KWAN CNAM, France

✤✤ Provides a theoretical understanding of linear systems ✤✤ Progressive and organized in such a way that different levels of readership are possible ✤✤ The theory is rigorously developed and illustrated by numerous examples which can be reproduced with the help of appropriate computation software ✤✤ 60 exercises and their solutions are included to enable the readers to test and enhance their knowledge READERSHIP: Engineer beginners and engineers with a good understanding of automation wishing to enhance their knowledge on the subject

AUG 2010 544PP 978-1-84821-162-9 CL £100.50 €125.00

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A Systems Perspective

Allan Seabridge & Shirley Morgan Both of BAE Systems, UK

✤✤ Provides a detailed examination of issues that affect the long-term health of aircrew, cabin crew and passengers, and provides guidance to engineers and operators in the difficult field of legislation and product liability ✤✤ Considers the difference between commercial aircraft and military aircraft, where the operating regimes and impact of the environmental issues are significantly different ✤✤ Draws balanced conclusions on which the aircraft design and operating community can act to provide costeffective solutions

ENGINEERING

Air Travel and Health

Readership: Aerospace engineers, airline operators, company medical specialists, human factors specialists, legal and contracts officers, pilots and aircrew series: Aerospace Series (PEP)

Oct 2010 256PP 978-0-470-71177-4 CL £65.00 €81.90

Cooperative Path Planning of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles ANTONIOS TSOURDOS, BRIAN WHITE & MADHAVAN SHANMUGAVEL All of Cranfield University, UK

✤✤ Dedicated, practical guide to computational path planning for cooperative autonomous vehicles offering an invaluable resource for UAV researchers and practitioners ✤✤ Includes chapters on path planning, 3-D path planning, cooperative path planning, path planning in complex environments and sense and avoid ✤✤ Describes path-planners applicable to other types of autonomous vehicles beyond those that are airborne, including those that are land, air or space-borne READERSHIP: Researchers and engineers working in cooperative systems, cooperative control and optimization particularly in the aerospace industry, lecturers, graduate students, researchers and engineers in related areas SERIES: AEROSPACE SERIES (PEP)

nov 2010 288PP 978-0-470-74129-0 CL £75.00 €93.90

Essential Computational Fluid Dynamics OLEG ZIKANOV University of Michigan, USA

✤✤ Computational Fluid Mechanics or Dynamics (CFD) is a computational technology that enables the study of the dynamics of things that flow ✤✤ Introduces and explains, using simple examples where possible, the principles and methods of CFD analysis and to demystify the `black box’ of a CFD software tool ✤✤ Provides a basic understanding of how CFD problems are set and which factors affect the success and failure of the analysis ✤✤ Problems, cases, and examples will be used throughout to reinforce learning and application techniques (a solutions manual will be provided for instructor’s use) READERSHIP: Senior level undergraduate and graduate level students studying computational fluid mechanics or dynamics in mechanical, aerospace, civil, and chemical engineering, earth science and physics departments

apr 2010 320PP 978-0-470-42329-5 CL £85.00 €105.00

Applied Gas Dynamics ETHIRAJAN RATHAKRISHNAN Indian Institute of Technology, India

✤✤ Written by one of the top experts in gas dynamics, this book covers both application aspects along with theory ✤✤ Highlights the involved aspects of flow processes ✤✤ Provides a liberal number of exercise problems with answers ✤✤ Discusses ram jet and jet theory -- unique topics of use to all working in the field READERSHIP: Graduates and advanced undergraduates in aerospace engineering and mechanical engineering, practicing engineers or researchers linked to high speed flows

SEP 2010 608PP 978-0-470-82576-1 CL £100.00 €125.00

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Introduction to Fluid Mechanics

ENGINEERING

8th Edition

ROBERT W. FOX, PHILIP J. PRITCHARD & ALAN T. MCDONALD Purdue University, USA; Manhattan College, USA; Purdue University, USA

✤✤ Provides a balanced and comprehensive approach to fluid mechanics that equips students with a proven problem-solving methodology ✤✤ Helps students develop an orderly approach to problem solving ✤✤ 13 new case studies,  over 70 videos and over 300 new or revised problems will help engage students in thinking about and understanding how fluid mechanics impact contemporary issues ✤✤ WileyPLUS -The online teaching and learning environment integrates the entire digital textbook with the most effective instructor and student resources to fit every learning style READERSHIP: Mechanical and civil engineers, students and professors of engineering

NOV 2010 800PP 978-0-470-54755-7 CL £120.00 €149.00

Thermal Energy Storage Systems and Applications 2nd Edition

IBRAHIM DINCER & MARC ROSEN Both of University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Canada

✤✤ This new edition offers the up-to-date coverage needed to address recent R&D, including much of the authors’ own work, which furthers more energy efficient and sustainable technological methods and solutions ✤✤ New material also covers analysis, design and performance improvement as well as life-cycle costing and assessment ✤✤ Addresses real-life technical and operational problems, enabling the reader to gain an understanding of the fundamental principles and the practical applications of thermal energy storage technology ✤✤ Thoroughly revised and updated for use as a text on alternative and renewable energy courses, with case studies updated as well as problems added at the end of each chapter READERSHIP: Practicing refrigeration engineers, graduate and postgraduate students of mechanical engineering

NOV 2010 640PP 978-0-470-74706-3 CL £85.00 €99.90

REPLACES ISBN 978-0-471-49573-4

Aerothermodynamics of Turbomachinery Analysis and Design

NAIXING CHEN Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

✤✤ A one-stop reference resource for important accomplishments in the area of turbomachinery ✤✤ Arms readers with both theoretical and practical aspects of the intended area ✤✤ Presents original, creative and practical ideas and methods ✤✤ Demonstrates huge application background in China READERSHIP: Graduate and senior undergraduate students, design engineers, research engineers and scientists

jun 2010 448PP 978-0-470-82500-6 CL £100.00 €125.00

Thermal Design

Heat Sinks, Thermoelectric Generators and Coolers, Heat Pipes, and Heat Exchangers

H. S. LEE Western Michigan University, USA

✤✤ Thorough coverage of design and optimization theory, techniques, and applications of thermal systems ✤✤ Provides the derivative process of each equation, plotted in figures which can be easily followed by students and used by practitioners ✤✤ Detailed examples provided throughout demonstrate the thermal devices design and optimization process ✤✤ Tutorials appropriate for use in Computational Fluid Dynamics and MathCAD homework problems are included in the appendices to help students READERSHIP: Senior level undergraduate and graduate level students, professionals in government or industry sectors designing systems

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NOV 2010 576PP 978-0-470-49662-6 CL £100.00 €125.00


ALAIN VIGNES Consultant, France

✤✤ Dedicated to the processes of mineral transformation, recycling and reclamation of metals, for the purpose of turning metals and alloys into a liquid state ready for pouring ✤✤ Explains the physico-chemical bases of transformations, vital to their understanding and control (optimization of operational conditions), and the foundations in terms of process engineering (heat and matter assessment, process coupling: chemical reactions and transport phenomena), vital to the optimal execution and analysis of transformation process operations ✤✤ Even though process metallurgy is one of the oldest technologies implemented by man, technological innovation, with the development of processes that are focused on product quality and economically/ ecologically efficient, it continues to be at the heart of these industries

ENGINEERING

Handbook of Process Metallurgy

READERSHIP: Students in the field of metallurgy and engineers facing the problem of metal and alloy development

SEP 2010 752PP 978-1-84821-160-5 CL £167.00 €209.00

Organelle-Specific Pharmaceutical Nanotechnology VOLKMAR WEISSIG & GERARD G. D’SOUZA Midwestern University, USA; Northeastern University, USA

✤✤ Provides a unique focus on the application of nanotechnology to the sub-cellular level with respect to drug delivery and probing inter-cellular milieu ✤✤ Gives a comprehensive review of the latest in this new, interdisciplinary field of biomedical research ✤✤ Covers a wide range of material, from general principles and methods of sub-cellular Pharmaceutical Nanotechnology to more complex research being done within the field ✤✤ Uses expertise from diverse scientific backgrounds to bring the reader a broad view of sub-cellular Pharmaceutical Nanotechnology READERSHIP: Pharmaceutical scientists in academia and industry, life scientists, chemists and physicists designing nanotechnological tools for biomedical applications, postdoctoral investigators and graduate students

NOV 2010 648PP 978-0-470-63165-2 CL £96.95 €122.00

Mechanical Characterization of Materials and Wave Dispersion Volume 2

YVON CHEVALIER & TUONG JEAN VINH Both of ISMEP, France

✤✤ Part A focuses on the complements of continuum mechanics ✤✤ Part B concerns the various types of rod vibrations: extensional, bending, and torsional ✤✤ Part C is devoted to mechanical and electronic instrumentation, and guidelines for which experimental setup should be used are given ✤✤ Part D concentrates on experiments and experimental interpretations of elastic or viscolelastic moduli ✤✤ In addition, several chapters contain practical examples alongside theoretical discussion to facilitate the reader’s understanding READERSHIP: Graduate students, scientists, practicing electrical engineers and systems engineers

AUG 2010 700PP 978-1-84821-193-3 CL £150.00 €185.00

Solid Mechanics using the Finite Element Method ALAIN BERLIOZ & PHILIPPE TROMPETTE Toulouse University, France; Grenoble University, France

✤✤ Today the fundamentals of solid mechanics may be explained by “numerical” experiments using the finite element method. The explanation is detailed in this book using many examples ✤✤ After a short review in Chapter 1 of how the finite element method works, Chapter 2 develops some key points of solid mechanics. A generalized beam element is also presented. ✤✤ Chapter 3 uses the same approach for the discussion on stress concentrations and stress singularities ✤✤ Chapter 4 is devoted to plate modeling ✤✤ Chapter 5 provides a short presentation of the dynamics of structures with a particular focus on the modal method, the influence of local defaults on the modal response is also analyzed. READERSHIP: Students, researchers and engineers alike

NOV 2009 336PP 978-1-84821-191-9 CL £80.50 €99.90

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Elasticity in Engineering Mechanics

ENGINEERING / CONSTRUCTION

3rd Edition

ARTHUR P. BORESI & KENNETH P. CHONG University of Wyoming, USA; National Science Foundation, USA

✤✤ New edition of classic text and reference covering elasticity now including coverage of nano- and biomechanics as well as elastodynamics ✤✤ New coverage of nano- and biomechanics and elastodynamics brings the content up-to-date with current applications ✤✤ Real-world examples and problem sets illustrating the most common elasticity solutions ✤✤ Includes appendixes covering advanced topics such as complex variables and couple-stress theory READERSHIP: Senior undergraduate and first year graduate level students, professional mechanical and aerospace engineers

DEC 2010 656PP 978-0-470-40255-9 CL £100.00 €125.00

REPLACES ISBN 978-0-471-31614-5

The Vertical Transportation Handbook 4th Edition

GEORGE R. STRAKOSCH & ROBERT S. CAPORALE Jaros, Baum & Bolles, USA; Elevator World Magazine, USA

✤✤ Complete overview of all aspects of vertical transportation, including unconventional applications and the latest trends ✤✤ Provides a non-technical introduction to elevatoring principles ✤✤ Samples of actual maintenance contracts ✤✤ Current safety requirements for escalators and elevators during fires, earthquakes, and other emergencies ✤✤ Published in cooperation with Elevator World Magazine READERSHIP: Architects, contractors, mechanical engineers, facilities managers, real estate agents, building system sales people, building owners, civil engineers, electrical engineers, lawyers

NOV 2010 624PP 978-0-470-40413-3 CL £95.00 €115.00

REPLACES ISBN 978-0-471-16291-9

Materials under Extreme Loadings Application to Penetration and Impact

GEORGES VOYIADJIS, ERIC BUZAUD & IOAN R. IONESCU Louisiana State University, USA ; Directors Guild of America, USA; University Paris 13, France

✤✤ A review of recent advances in all aspects related to the response of materials, submitted to high velocity impacts and penetration mechanics READERSHIP: Graduate students, researchers and engineers

jun 2010 352PP 978-1-84821-184-1 CL £96.95 €122.00

Writing a Built Environment Dissertation Practical Guidance and Examples

PETER FARRELL University of Bolton, UK

✤✤ Steers students into a position where they can develop a good dissertation by mixing strengths in practical skills with more theoretical tools ✤✤ Each chapter of the text provides a commentary on what kind of information should be in each chapter of a dissertation ✤✤ Supported by a variety of in-depth examples, and draws on research methods used in other disciplines, applying them to the built environment ✤✤ Focuses on data collection, data analysis and data reliability/validity in the context of researching and writing a dissertation, to enable students to be more innovative and rigorous in their work

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READERSHIP: Undergraduate students in their final year of honours degree programmes in the broad range of built environment degrees

OCT 2010 256PP 978-1-4051-9851-6 PR £22.50 €27.90


Douglas Wood, Paul Chynoweth, Julie Adshead & Jim Mason Staffordshire University Law School, UK; University of Salford, UK; University of Salford, UK; University of the West of England, UK

✤✤ Covers law required by all built environment students - irrespective of whether the emphasis in their studies is construction or land management ✤✤ This approach acknowledges that building or property disputes often have elements of both aspects ✤✤ Includes vocationally relevant case law to illustrate relevant principles ✤✤ Previous edition of this book (Macmillan) sold 3200 copies Readership: Undergraduate students undertaking compulsory law modules on all vocational programmes in the built environment, eg: Construction; Construction Management; Architecture; Building and Quantity Surveying; Property, Facilities & Estate Management; Property Valuation & Investment; Housing & Housing Management; Land Use & Town & Country Planning

OCT 2010 320PP 978-1-4051-9760-1 PR £24.99 €30.90

CONSTRUCTION

Law and the Built Environment

Land, Development and Design 2nd Edition

Paul Syms University of Manchester, UK

✤✤ Remains one of the few texts to look at development of brownfield sites ✤✤ UK government remains committed to development on brownfield land with an estimated 4 million new homes needed in England by 2026 ✤✤ Covers all types of development, not just residential ✤✤ Highly practical and draws on author’s consultancy work on contaminated land Readership: Final year undergraduate and postgraduate students of planning and surveying, professional planners, surveyors and developers

SEP 2010 360 PP 978-1-4051-9853-0 PR £49.99 €62.90

Constructing Futures

Industry leaders and futures thinking in construction

Paul Chan & Rachel Cooper University of Manchester, UK; University of Lancaster, UK

✤✤ Presents the views of the key thinkers in the construction industry ✤✤ Covers key contemporary issues, from partnering and collaborative working; and skills and training to sustainability, corporate social responsibility and the role of government ✤✤ Provides practical insights as to what can be done to shape the future Readership: Postgraduate students and researchers in construction

OCT 2010 288PP 978-1-4051-5797-1 CL £69.99 €84.90

Evaluating Sustainable Development in the Built Environment 2nd Edition

PETER BRANDON & PATRIZIA LOMBARDI University of Salford, UK; Politecnico di Torino, Italy

✤✤ One of the first books to provide a structured approach to sustainable development ✤✤ Discusses key issues for establishing a coherent approach to evaluating and understanding sustainability ✤✤ Includes a set of evaluation techniques to aid decision making ✤✤ Features international case studies to illustrate the principles being developed ✤✤ Completely revised and updated to cover the significant advances and new insights that have been made since publication of the first edition READERSHIP: Postgraduate students taking both taught and research degrees, researchers at postdoctoral level and above, architects, planners, surveyors

OCT 2010 288PP 978-1-4051-9258-3 CL £59.99 €73.90

REPLACES ISBN 978-0-632-06486-1

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Water Centric Sustainable Urbanism in the Cities of the Future VLADIMIR NOVOTNY, JOHN AHEARN & PAUL BROWN Northeastern University, USA; University of Massachusetts, USA; CDM, Inc., USA

✤✤ First book to combine landscape, water management, transportation, infrastructure and triple bottom line assessment into one integrated system ✤✤ Includes case studies of successful implementations from around the world ✤✤ Presents a history of urban water, stormwater, and wastewater management to put the plans for system retrofit and replacement in context ✤✤ Discusses the legal and social barriers to urban ecological sustainability and presents suggestions for overcoming these READERSHIP: Civil and environmental engineers, landscape architects, urban planners, developers, students in these fields, NGOs, policy planners

OCT 2010 624PP 978-0-470-47608-6 CL £90.00 €109.00

Water Supply and Distribution and Wastewater Collection 3rd Edition

DANIEL A. OKUN, LAWRENCE K. WANG & NAZIH K. SHAMMAS University of North Carolina, USA; Zorex Corporation, USA; California Institute of Technology, USA

✤✤ Water and Wastewater Engineering has been written in a time of mounting urbanization and industrialization, resulting in stress on both water supplies and waste water systems ✤✤ The book is comprehensive and covers all aspects of water supply, water sources, water distribution, sanitary sewerage and urban stormwater drainage. This wide coverage is helpful to engineers in their every day practice READERSHIP: Undergraduate students in civil and environmental engineering SERIES: WATER AND WASTEWATER ENGINEERING

DEC 2010 864PP 978-0-470-41192-6 CL £89.50 €109.00

Soil Mechanics and Foundations 2nd Edition

MUNIRAM BUDHU University of Arizona, USA

✤✤ Discover the Principles that Support the Practice! With its simplicity in presentation, this book makes the difficult concepts of soil mechanics and foundations much easier to understand! ✤✤ The author explains basic concepts and fundamental principles in the context of basic mechanics, physics, and mathematics ✤✤ From Practical Situations and Essential Points to Practical Examples the book is packed with helpful hints and examples that make the material crystal clear ✤✤ Includes a CD-ROM that offers readers hands-on learning READERSHIP: Environmental engineers, civil engineers, structure engineers, architects, builders, and students of engineering

DEC 2010 608PP 978-0-470-55684-9 PR £147.00 €182.00

REPLACES ISBN 978-0-471-43117-6

Soil Mechanics Roberto NOVA Milan University of Technology, Italy

✤✤ Knowledge of the behavior of soil mechanics is essential for forecasting the internal displacements and actions of any construction ✤✤ Essential for forecasting the internal displacements and actions of any construction ✤✤ Offers a theoretical, as well as practical scope, giving readers adequate tools to plan geotechnical projects correctly READERSHIP: Students in civil engineering, geotechnical engineering and geology, practicing civil engineers, geotechnical engineers and contractors, geologists, structural engineers

may 2010 464PP 978-1-84821-102-5 CL £127.00 €159.00

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LAURENCE D. WESLEY University of Auckland, New Zealand

✤✤ Provides the only dedicated design manual for working with residual soils ✤✤ Includes numerous worked problems throughout, specifically addressing the unique properties of residual soil ✤✤ Contains coverage of special soil groups such as unsaturated residual soils, expansive clays, saline soils and crushable soils ✤✤ Provides coverage of tropical residual soils and their unique properties ✤✤ Written by an author with over 30 years of first hand experience analyzing and designing for construction on residual soils

CONSTRUCTION

Geotechnical Engineering in Residual Soils

READERSHIP: Practicing civil engineers, geotechnical engineers, geotechnical contractors, geologists, structural engineers, students in civil engineering, geotechnical engineering, and geology

OCT 2010 272PP 978-0-470-37627-0 CL £95.00 €115.00

Foundation Design Theory and Practice

N. S. V. KAMESWARA RAO ✤✤ Presents updated design procedures in light of revised codes and standards ✤✤ Provides background material provided for easy understanding of the topics ✤✤ Contains worked out examples to illustrate the analysis and design ✤✤ Provides several problems for practice at the end of each chapter READERSHIP: Graduate and postgraduate students, contractors, builders, developers, heavy machine manufacturers, and power plant engineers

nov 2010 544PP 978-0-470-82534-1 CL £110.00 €139.00

Cold-Formed Steel Design 4th Edition

WEI-WEN YU & ROGER A. LABOUBE Both of Missouri University of Science and Technology, USA

✤✤ Thoroughly up-to-date with the 2008 AISI design specifications ✤✤ Uses both ASD (Allowable Stress Design) and LRFD (Load and Resistance Factor Design) methods, while introducing LSD (Limit States Design) and DSM (Direct Strength Method) for the first time in the book ✤✤ New coverage of distortional buckling strength of open-section columns and bracing requirements of compression members ✤✤ In depth design examples and explanation of design provisions READERSHIP: Structural engineers, construction managers, architects designing for steel, graduate students in structural engineering programs, members of ASCE, AISC, AISI, SSRC, IABSE, metallurgical engineers, construction engineers, general contractors

oct 2010 480PP 978-0-470-46245-4 CL £100.00 €139.00

REPLACES ISBN 978-0-471-34809-2

Fluid-Structures Interactions Edited by M’hamed Souli & David J. Benson Lille University, France; University of California, USA

✤✤ Provides the fundamental basics for solving fluid structure interaction problems, and describes different algorithms and numerical methods used to solve problems where fluid and structure can be weakly or strongly coupled ✤✤ These approaches are illustrated with examples arising from industrial or academic applications ✤✤ The added mass technique is described first. Following this, for general coupling problems involving large deformation of the structure, the Navier-Stokes equations need to be solved in a moving mesh using an ALE formulation ✤��� The main aspects of the fluid structure coupling are then developed READERSHIP: Engineers, graduate students and researchers involved in the simulation of practical fluid structure interaction problems

jan 2010 320PP 978-1-84821-131-5 CL £80.50 €99.90

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Making Housing More Affordable

CONSTRUCTION

The Role of Intermediate Tenures

Edited by SARAH MONK & CHRISTINE WHITEHEAD University of Cambridge, UK; London School of Economics, UK

✤✤ The affordable housing market is now an important aspect of planning, new housing provision, and is a growing element in the government’s agenda to meet households aspirations to achieve sustainable homeownership ✤✤ Covers one of the most policy-relevant issues in housing and property markets today ✤✤ Includes comparative international research ✤✤ Provides a useful integrative framework to a range of academic themes READERSHIP: Property developers, real estate financiers, lenders, housing providers, those involved in regeneration projects, all levels of government and housing market analysts SERIES: REAL ESTATE ISSUES

sep 2010 320PP 978-1-4051-4714-9 CL £69.99 €84.90

Transforming Private Landlords Housing, markets and public policy

Tony Crook & Peter A. Kemp University of Sheffield, UK; University of Oxford, UK

✤✤ This book explores the origins, extent and implications of this revival in the fortunes of private landlordism ✤✤ It presents an in-depth, scholarly analysis of private landlords, the rationales for and ways in which governments have sought to revitalise investment in residential lettings, and their success in doing so ✤✤ Assesses the extent to which landlordism has been transformed in recent years and the lessons for policy that can be learned from this experience ✤✤ Fills a major gap in literature about an important factor in housing provision and the built environment Readership: A scholarly study aimed at academia SERIES: Real Estate Issues

NOV 2010 256PP 978-1-4051-8415-1 CL £69.50 €84.90

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Encyclopedia of Life Sciences

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Spanning the entire spectrum of the life sciences, ELS features more than 4,300 specially commissioned and peer-reviewed articles. This new, supplementary 6 Volume Set provides readers with the most comprehensive and up-to-date information in Life Sciences: • Features 550 peer-reviewed articles on new topics. • 931 authors have contributed. • Colour illustrations and tables accompany articles, with appendix and glossary material providing essential information for the non-specialist. • Articles are divided into three categories – Introductory, Advanced and Keynote. Introductory articles have been written primarily for undergraduate and non-specialists requiring the basic concepts of a particular subject. Advanced articles provide a more detailed discussion of specialist subjects, equivalent to that found in graduate level texts. Keynote articles provide a platform for debate where controversial issues and ‘hot topics’ can be discussed.

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70th Conference on Glass Problems 81 AAS, ØYSTEIN

63

ABC of Clinical Leadership

43

ABC of Interventional Cardiology

42

ANGELIDES, MARIOS ANSELMI, DINA Ant Colony Optimization and Constraint Programming

105 38 111

ANTAR, YAHIA

92

AntiBase 2010

79

AntiBase 2010 SciDex

78 78

ABC of Sexually Transmitted Infections

42

AntiBase 2010 SciDex Upgrade

ABOU-SALEH, MOHAMMED M.

44

AntiBase 2010 Upgrade

79

ABU-SARA, M. A.

97

Anticholinesterase Pesticides

74

Accounting

25

Applications of Combinatorial Optimization

ACerS

81

ACHENBACH, STEPHAN

47

ADLER, K. H.

32

Adolescents, Parents, and Social Development Adshead, Julie Adult Development and Aging Advanced Biomedical Image Analysis Advances in Optical Imaging for Clinical Medicine Advances in the Canine Cranial Cruciate Ligament Aerothermodynamics of Turbomachinery After the Crash AGAMBEN, GIORGIO AGARWAL, SABRINA C.

34 131 39 95 96 53 128 27 3 18

Applications of High Temperature Superconductors to Electric Power Equipment 100

AHNER, CHRISTINE Air Travel and Health ALASALVAR, CESARETTIN ALEXANDROV, ANDREI V.

86

BONNER, PHILIP

55

BONNET, P.

94

Bonney’s Gynaecological Surgery

48

32

Basic Guide to Orthodontic Dental Nursing

50

BOOKER, M. KEITH

11

Basics of Dental Technology

52

BORESI, ARTHUR P.

130

BATES, JOHN E.

37

BOUDRY, PIERRE

62

BOULANGER, JEAN-LOUIS

93

BATTARBEE, RICK

121

BAUER, ERIC

111

BAUERSCHMIDT, FREDERICK CHRISTIAN

8

BEAUMONT, ANDY

62

BOURLÈS, HENRI

126

BOVENSIEPEN, UWE

88

BOYE, JOYCE I.

65

BRAININ, MICHAEL

46

Applied Gas Dynamics

Belanger, Faith C.

64

BRANDON, PETER

127

Approximate Optimization Methods and Metaheuristics in Operational Research 114

Benson, David J.

63

17

BRIDGE, GARY

20

66

British Association of Dermatologists Management Guidelines 48

133

BENSON, MICHAELA BERAN, JO ALLAN

62

BERLIOZ, ALAIN

ARBUSTINI, ELOISA

47

BERNARD, MICHAEL

35

120

BERNATZ, RICHARD

113

ARCHER, DAVID

131

BRATT, LES

Aquaculture Economics and Financing

129

BROUGHTON, JANET BROWN, PAUL

6 132

BRUCE, DUNCAN W.

81

BRUGGE, WILLIAM R.

96

BRUMFIEL, ELIZABETH M.

19

ARMITAGE, JOHN

13

BERRIDGE, DAVID

34

ARNOLD,, EDWARD

79

BERTOLA, GIUSEPPE

27

ARONOFF, MARK

13

BESHAROV, DOUGLAS J.

17

ARONSSON, GUNNAR

36

Bhatti, Imran

42

ARORA, RAVINDRA

97

BIANCHI, GIOVANNI

90

7

BIEMER, STEVEN M.

94

Bioactive Proteins and Peptides as Functional Foods and Nutraceuticals

64

BUCKLEY, JAMES J.

8

Biocatalysis in Polymer Chemistry

84

BUDHU, MUNIRAM

132

Biochemical Pathways

67

BURKETT, DELBERT

9

Biofuels from Agricultural Wastes and Byproducts

62

58

132

57

Bartolomé de las Casas and the Conquest of the Americas

Branching Random Walks in Nonhomogenous Environments 118

Artificial Receptors for Chemical Sensors

AHEARN, JOHN

BARTLETT, DOUGLAS H.

21

Art of Process Chemistry, The

111

91

Becoming a Master Manager

35

AGRAWAL, MANISH

46

BOLIC, MIODRAG

Applications of X-ray Microtomography to Geomaterials 91

Aging and Mental Health

105

BOJAR, ROBERT M.

34

111

Art and Ethical Criticism

AGIUS, HARRY

61

BARTER, CHRISTINE

BECERRA-FERNANDEZ, IRMA

Aggregation of Therapeutic Proteins 73

Aging, Cancer and Age-related Disease

115

BART-TAL, A.

ARZT, EDUARD Asher, Viren ASIF, SAAD ZAMAN

71 72 84 42 107

BRUNET, ROGER

121

BRUNET, YVES

98

BRUTLAG, AHNA G.

53

BRYANT, STEPHANIE M.

26

BSAVA Manual of Surgical Principles 53

BURNARD, PHILIP

49

Business Data Communications

111 130

Atlantic Salmon Ecology

63

127

AURAS, RAFAEL A.

83

Biogas from Waste and Renewable Resources

72

BUZAUD, ERIC

63

AUTHIER,, ANDRÉ

79

Biomedical Imaging

96

BYGRAVE, WILLIAM D.

21

55 CABANISS, DEBORAH L.

44

46

Automatic Control Systems

123

Bioscience Laboratory Techniques

AXLER, SHELDON

111

Biostatistics

Algebra and Number Theory

113

ALIOFKHAZRAEI, MAHMOOD

85

AZZI, ASSAAD

Allergen Management in the Food Industry

65

BACHMUTSKY, ALEXANDER

37 106

117

Biotechnology

56

Biotechnology and Genetics in Fisheries and Aquaculture

62

86

Calculus Multivariable

112

Calculus: Single Variable

113

ALLHOFF, FRITZ

2

Bacterial Pathogenesis

58

ALLVIN, MICHAEL

36

BAGRANOFF, NANCY A.

26

BLAABJERG, FREDE

BAIN, BARBARA J.

47

Blackwell Companion to Catholicism, The

8

Alternative and Activist New Media 14

BAINES, PAUL

11

American Military History

BAINES, STEPHEN

53

Blackwell Companion to Christian Spirituality, The

9

CAPPER, PETER

85

9

Carbon Nanomaterials

82

91

31

126

CACIALLI, FRANCO

BISCHOFF, KENNETH B.

ALSHIBLI, A.

98

BAKER, KENNETH R.

21

Blackwell Companion to Jesus, The

BALESTRA, FRANCIS

99

BALL, JOHN CLEMENT

11

Blackwell’s Five-Minute Veterinary Consult Clinical Companion Small Animal Toxicology 53

Amplitude Modulation Atomic Force Microscopy

BALTZ, RICHARD H.

59

BLADES, MARK

Analysis of Endocrine Disrupting Compounds in Food Ancient Greece from Homer to Alexander ANDERSON, JOHN D.

65 33 88

BANDYOPADHYAY, SANGHAMITRA 95

BLANK, BRIAN E.

BAR-ELI, MICHAEL

BLASCHEK, HANS

36

39 112, 113 62

BARDI, JAMES A.

24

BLUMBERG, LEONID M.

67

BARNES, MICHAEL R.

46

BLUNDELL, ADRIAN

42

BARNETT, JAMES

60

BOCHOW, BERND

Calculus: Single-Variable: Combined 113 CALL, DOUGLAS M. CAMPBELL, JOSEPH KEIM

Amino Acids, Peptides and Proteins in Organic Chemistry: Volume 3 Building Blocks, Catalysis and Coupling Chemistry 76 91

Index

60GHz technology for Gbps WLAN and WPAN 108

107

CAPORALE, ROBERT S.

Carrier Ethernet CARRIERO, JOHN

17 4 130

104 6

CARRINGTON, GERRY

86

CARTWRIGHT, JULIA

43

CASADESÚS, JOSEP

59

Case Studies in Project, Program, and Organizational Project Management

124

CASTELFRANCHI, CHRISTIANO

104

137


CASTLE, GREGORY

INDEX

Catalytic Membranes and Membrane Reactors

11 72

Catalyzed Carbon-Heteroatom Bond Formation

75

CATHEY, JACK M.

25

CATTANI, ANTONIO DAVID

29

CAVALLARO, ANDREA

92

CCPS

78

CEDERSTRÖM, CARL

2

50

Cooper, Rachel

CLAYTON, LAWRENCE A.

32

Clift, Julie

49

Cooperative Path Planning of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

Climate Change Impacts on Freshwater Ecosystems

121

Climbing – Philosophy for Everyone 2 Clinical Cases in Restorative and Reconstructive Dentistry

COBB, ANDREW

60

COBB, CASEY D.

38

Cerebrovascular Ultrasound in Stroke Prevention and Treatment 46

COHEN, MARTIN

2

CESP Set 2010 (For Prepaid International)

COLADARCI, THEODORE

81

81

Challenges of Climate Change, The 119 Chan, Paul CHANDLER, CHRIS

131 34

COHRSSEN, BARBARA

Cold-Formed Steel Design

133

College Algebra

111

Colloids and Interface Science Series 70 Combinatorial Optimization

CHATEIGNER, DANIEL

99

Combined Analysis

82 126

66

Chemistry and Analysis of Radionuclides

75

Chemistry and Biology of Volatiles, The

67

CHEN, NAIXING CHENG, CHUNG-YING

128 7

CHERRY, SABRINA

44

CHEVALIER, YVON

129

Children Behaving Badly? Children’s Understanding of Social Inclusion and Exclusion

34 37

99

6

Companion to Europe 1900-1945, A 32 Companion to Families in the Greek and Roman Worlds, A Companion to Hume, A

74

114

Companion to Ancient Macedonia, A 33 Companion to Descartes, A

Chemical Synthesis of Hormones, Pheromones and Other Bioregulators

Chemokine Receptors as Drug Targets

38 121

73

Chemical Reactor Analysis and Design

69, 70

Cold Region Hazards and Risks

Charge and Exciton Transport through Molecular Wires

CHAUHAN, B. P. S.

Companion to Irish Literature, A

Companion to Romantic Poetry, A 12 Companion to Social Geography

20

Companion to the Philosophy of Biology, A

6

Companion to the Philosophy of History and Historiography, A 6 Complex Macromolecular Architectures Complexity Theory and Project Management

76 125

Computational Intelligence and Pattern Analysis in Biology Informatics

95 91

CHONG, DANIEL

104

Concepts of Combinatorial Optimization

114

8

Christianity in Asia

8

CHRYSSOCHOOU, XENIA

37

CHUJO, YOSHIKI

84

Cosmopolitanism

28

DORRIEN, GARY DOSSETO, ANTHONY

Concise Companion to Milton, A

12

Conjugated Polymer Synthesis

84

CONNALLY, ERIC CONSTABLE, DAVID J. C. Constructing Futures

126 68 131

48

CRABTREE, ROBERT H.

73

DRAHOKOUPIL, JAN

27

20

DRESSELHAUS, MILDRED S.

88

Creative Capital of Cities, The CRITCHLEY, SIMON

2

DU, BAOXUN

82

CROWSON, JR., ROBERT L.

39

DUA, VIVEK

71

Culture of Animal Cells

55

DÜBEL, STEFAN

55

CURLEE, WANDA Current Practise in Forensic Medicine D’SOUZA, GERARD G.

125 54 129

CLARKE, ROBERT C. CLARREN, STERLING

38

Controlling Uncertainty

37

56

COOPER, PAUL

40

10

Dynamic Cascade Model of the Development of Substance - Use Onset, A

37

Dynamics at Solid State Surfaces and Interfaces

88

DZOMBAK, DAVID A.

80 11

DAVIES, HOWARD

27

DAVIES, JULIAN E.

59

DAVIS, CHARLES E.

24

EAGLESTONE, ROBERT

DAVIS, ELIZABETH B.

24

Earthly Scents - Heavenly Pleasures 66

DE GROOT, SONIA HEEMSTRA DE LAURENTIS, GIACOMO DE MENIL, GEORGES

3 90 106 22 27 102

EBERT, CHRISTOF

89

Ecological Complexity and Sustainability

57

Ecological Engineering Design

125

Economic Anthropology

18

Economic Policy 64

27 28

DEL CAMPO, ARÁNZAZU

84

Economics of Farm Management in a Global Setting

DEL CASINO, JR., VINCENT

20

Economics of Transitions

27

DEMAIN, ARNOLD L.

59

EDMANS, JUDI

51

DEN HEYER, KENT

40

EFROIMSKY, MICHAEL

88

Depression and Cancer

45

EINUM, SIGURD

63

Depression and Diabetes

45

EL-HAIK, BASEM S.

93

Depression and Heart Disease

45

Elasticity in Engineering Mechanics 130

Design for Reliability

111

Design of Ultra Wideband Power Transfer Networks

100

DEUBLEIN, DIETER

72

DEUTSCHE FORSCHUNGSGEMEINSCHAFT

70

Developing, Validating and Using Internal Ratings

22

Development of a Discipline, The

30

Electrical Installation Calculations

89

Electricity Power Generation

98

Electro-Optic Materials

97

ELLIS, NICK C. EMMELMANN, MARC

13 107

EMQs and MCQs for Surgery Finals 42

DEWITT, RICHARD

5 96

Dictionary of Logistics and Supply Chain Management / Wörterbuch Logistik und Supply Chain Management 22

95

Dust that Breathes

114

16

Control of Electric Machine Drive Systems

12

DASKIN, MARK S.

Consumer Culture

35

Duran, Angelica

46

112

CLARKE, ISABEL

DUNIN-KEPLICZ, BARBARA MARIA 104

DALE, RUSSELL C.

CLARK, JUDY

38

76

43

DHAWAN, ATAM P.

CLARKE-STEWART, ALISON

116

DU PREZ, FILIP

CROWE, SALLY

36

4

DREW, LARRY

134

Consultancy and Advising in Forensic Practice

Continental Philosophy

122

Crook, Tony

131

25

44

COX, N. H.

Chynoweth, Paul

CLARK, MYRTLE W.

DOUGLAS, CAROLYN J.

9 121

Dragons and Tigers

DE VOS, ALEXIS

Computational Photonics

Christian Theology Reader, The

35

DAVIS, W. ALAN

32

8

DONALDSON-FEILDER, EMMA

5 12

CHOMSKY, AVIVA

Christian Theology

75

DAVIS, OLIVER

109

130

COREY, E. J.

33

CHO , YONG SOO

CHONG, KENNETH P.

15

39

89

Ceramic Engineering and Science Proceedings

26

109

COATES, MARK

113 37

COX, KENNETH

20

31

DIXON, MARTYN

DOMINELLI, LENA

COWIE, HELEN

CLOKE, PAUL

Cellular Technologies for Emerging Markets 108

127

DIXON, C. SCOTT

DODGE, KENNETH A.

Core Concepts of Information Technology Auditing

51

50

58

131

Clinical Context for Evidence-based Nursing Practice 50 Clinical Governance

Cellular and Network Functions in the Spinal Cord

138

CLAVEIROLE, ANNE

Encyclopaedic Companion to Medical Statistics

49

Encyclopedia of Eastern Orthodox Christianity, The

10

Encyclopedia of Life Sciences: 32 Volume Set

56

Encyclopedia of Life Sciences: Supplementary 6 Volume Set, Volumes 27-32

56 11 11

Digital Video Distribution in Broadband, Television, Mobile and Converged Networks

103

Encyclopedia of Literary and Cultural Theory, The

DINCER, IBRAHIM

128

Encyclopedia of the Novel, The


Endobronchial Ultrasonography

48

Energy Materials

81

Energy Production and Storage

73

Energy Storage

98

Engineering Information Security 106 Engineering Money

123

ENGLE, CAROLE R.

62

ENGLISH, JOHN

48

Enhancing Human Capacities Entrepreneurship Environmental Engineering

6 21 124

ESCRIBANO-BAILON, MARIA TERESA 60 Essential Book of Modern Buffets, The

24

FINE, P. FINKENZELLER, KLAUS

61 109

GAWLEY, ROBERT E.

76

HAGBERG, GARRY L.

Gender and Sexuality

16

HAGSTRÖM, TOM

36

19

HAHN, THEO

79

HAIDEKKER, MARK

95

Fish Canning Handbook

63

Gender, Households, and Society

Fish Processing

63

General Hospital Care for People with Learning Disabilities

FISHER, MARTIN J.

36

FLAD, ROWAN K.

19

FLETCHER, CHIP

119

FLETCHER, ROBERT Fluid-Structures Interactions FOLKERS, GERD

51 133 74

49

7

HALL, GEORGE

63

Generating Micro- and Nanopatterns on Polymeric Materials 84

HALL, SYDNEY R.

79

Geometric Tolerancing of Products 125

HAMILTON, CARRIE

32

Geomorphology of Upland Peat

HAMMER, DANIEL X.

96 80

122

GEORGE, JAMES A.

94

HAN, KE-LI

GEORGE, OLAKUNLE

11

Handbook of Epilepsy Treatment

44

71

Handbook of Erosion Modelling

122

FONG, ALVIS

104

GEORGIADIS, MICHAEL

FONG, BERNARD

104

Food Safety for the 21st Century

64

Geotechnical Engineering in Residual Soils

Food Security

29

GHARBIA, SAHEER

76

Forecasting in Financial and Sports Gambling Markets 117

GIDDENS, ANTHONY

28

GILBOA, ITZHAK

26

FORSBERG, DAN

GILHUS, NILS ERIK

46

133

Handbook of Global Communication Ethics, The 15 Handbook of Global Media and Communication Policy, The

15

Handbook of Hot-dip Galvanization 86

Essential Computational Fluid Dynamics

127

Essential Guide to Becoming a Doctor, The

FORTNER, ROBERT S.

15

GINSBERG, STEPHEN

54

42

FOULGER, GILLIAN R.

120

GLASSMAN, ALEXANDER

45

Essentials of Thermal Processing

65

Foundation Design

133

GLENCROSS, BONNIE A.

18

61

Fourier Series and Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations

Global Food Crisis, The

18

Handbook of Seafood Quality, Safety and Health Applications 63

113

FOX, ROBERT W.

128

Globalization and the Study of Education

39

Handbook of Smart Antennas for RFID Systems

Estimating Species Trees ETEMAD, KAMRAN

103

Ethical Issues in Forensic Psychiatry 45 Ethics

7

Ethics in Finance and Accounting

25

European Handbook of Neurological Management

46

Evaluating Sustainable Development in the Built Environment EVANS, MARTIN EVERITT, BRIAN S. Evolution of Drug Discovery, The Explorations in College Algebra Extreme Values EZEJI, THADDEUS

FRANKLIN, KIRSTEN FRATTASI, SIMONE Free Will FRESHNEY, R. IAN

131 122 49 73 112 117 62

Fabrication of Nanostructures by Plasma Electrolysis

85

FACKLER, MARK

15

FADERL, STEFAN

47

FRINKLE, KARL FRITSCHI, GISELHER From Inclusion to Engagement FROMENT, GILBERT F.

Fundamentals of Actuarial Mathematics

112

FARRELL, PETER

130

FAWCETT, LEE

117

FETCHO, JOSEPH R. Fiber Optic Sensors Field Description of Igneous Rocks, The

110 119 48

FIGUEIRAS, JOÃO

110

Financial Crisis, The

Fundamentals of Statistical Reasoning in Education

120 118

25 27

God Debates, The

110 38

3

GODEFROY, SAMUEL BENREJEB

65

GOLDRING, ELLEN B.

39

GOLDSTEIN, ALLAN L.

57

GOLDSTEIN, HARVEY

116

GOLNARAGHI, FARID

123

GÓMEZ-MERA, LAURA

30

GOODWIN, WILLIAM

54

GORDON, NEIL

36

GORDON, ROBERT L.

125

HANN, CHRIS

18

Hannon, Lynn

49

HANZO, LAJOS HARGREAVES, ALAN HARRISON, RICHARD HART, KEITH

109 55 42 18, 29

52

GREEN, LORRAINE

16

HEGEMAN, SUSAN

11

HELD, DAVID

28

HEMBY, SCOTT

54

Hemostasis and Thrombosis in Obstetrics and Gynecology

48

HENDERSON, P. A.

54

HENRIKSEN, RICHARD N.

87

Herbicides and Plant Physiology

60

HERRMANN, ANDREAS

67

Green’s Functions and Boundary Value Problems

115 43

Grid Converters for Photovoltaic and Wind Power Systems 98

GAFFNEY, MASON

27

Guidelines for Engineering Design for Process Safety

78

GALERIE, ALAIN

85

GUPTA, RAMESH C.

74

GALL, JOHN

54

GURLA, HIMABINDU

105

GARACI, ENRICO

57

50

52

Health Behavior Change in the Dental Practice

92

GAUGHAN, MARTIN

64

Handbook of Veterinary Nursing

77

GUHA, DEBATOSH

85

Handbook of Vanilla Science and Technology

Green Polymerization Methods

31

GARLAND, JAMES

55

68

GRUZINSKI, SERGE

91

Handbook of Therapeutic Antibodies

Green Chemistry and Engineering

FURUSAWA, AKIRA

GARCÍA, RICARDO

110

42

73

108

129

GRECH, EVER D.

GROZEMA, FERDINAND C.

GARCIA, ALBERTO VALDES

Handbook of Process Metallurgy

55

Fundamentals of Thermodynamics 123

101

15

30

50

Fuzzy Control and Identification

Handbook of Political Economy of Communications, The

GRAVANIS, ACHILLE G.

GRIST, FIONA

87

Handbook of MPEG Standards and Applications, The 105

GRANT, WYN

GREENHALGH, TRISHA

58

FIELDING, DAVID

Financial Accounting Theory and Analysis

40 126

86

Fundamentals of Optical Communications

Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Disorders 56

75

Functional Supramolecular Architectures

Fundamentals of Mathematics

109

112

Functional Genomics and Proteomics of CNS Disorders 54

100

FERREIRA, HENDRIK C.

55

79

104

11

4

13

FAN, JINGHONG

FERRARO, JULIAN

110

FUESS, HARTMUT

FALCONE, RINO

59

86

FUDEMAN, KIRSTEN

Fundamentals of Digital Image Processing

Fecal Indicator Bacteria, The

107

HARTLEY, ROBERT F.

21

HAVKIN-FRENKEL, DAPHNA

64

HAWTHORNE, JOHN

HERSENT, OLIVIER

7

105

High Voltage and Electrical Insulation Engineering

97

High-Pressure Bioscience and Biotechnology

57

HILL, RICHARD

123

H.264 Advanced Video Compression Standard, The 93

HILL, RICHARD CHILD

20

HACKSHAW, ALLAN

43

HIMMELGREEN, DAVID

18

54

HIRAO, AKIRA

76

76

HIRTH, KENNETH G.

18

HADI, SIBTE HADJICHRISTIDIS, NIKOS

INDEX

Encyclopedia of Twentieth-Century Fiction, The 11

139


History of the Cuban Revolution, A 32

Index

HOARE, KATHRYN HOCHMAN, SHAWN HOLDER, ARTHUR HOLMA, HARRI HOLST, MICHAEL J. Homes and Homecomings Hormones in Neurodegeneration, Neuroprotection and Neurogenesis HORN, GÜNTHER

58 9 107

Introduction to Industrial Polyethylene

71

Introduction to Organic Semiconductor Heterojunctions

82

Introduction to Robotics

125

118

KENT, BRIDIE

50

KERNAN, MARTIN

121

Law and the Built Environment

KIESO, DONALD E.

25

LAW, ANNE

38

37

LAW, BARRY A.

64

KIM, JAEKWON

109

Leading with Safety

70

KIME, LINDA ALMGREN

112

Learning the City

Introduction to Wavelet Modulated Inverters, An 97 55 107

IONESCU, IOAN R.

130

HOSSAIN, NAZLI

48

Hotel Front Office Management

24

IRWIN, WILLIAM

3

HOU, XIAOLIN

75

Issues in Finance

28

Housework

18

HOUSON, IAN

71 53 2

J.S.Mill

105 36

5

KIMMEL, PAUL D.

25

Kinetics in Condensed Matter and at Interfaces

77

KING, BRUCE M.

38

KINGSTONE, ALAN

57

KISSANE, DAVID

45

Kittler and the Media

14

KLANDERMANS, BERT

37

KLEMETSEN, ANDERS

63

JACKSON, STEVI

16

KNOLL, GLENN F.

JACOBS, BARBARA

40

KNOWLES, L. LACEY

61

126

JACOBS, STUART

106

KOMI, PAAVO V.

49

106

KOPEIKIN, SERGEI

88

43

JACOBSSON, MARTIN

HRUBY, ZACHARY X.

19

Jacques Rancière

3

KOPSKÝ, VOJTECH

79

HUANG, KAO-CHENG

108

JAMES, SCOTT

4

KOSSIAKOFF, ALEXANDER

94

HUGHES, ANDREW B.

76

JANICK, JULES

60, 61

HUGHES, KELLY

59

JAPPELLI, TULLIO

27

KRANTZ, STEVEN G.

Human Economy, The

29

Jassar, Bachittar Singh

42

KRÄTKE, STEFAN

20

Human Resource Management

22

JENKINS, BRIAN

89

KRAUSE, THOMAS R.

70

HUMPHREY, CHARLOTTE

43

JENNINGS, GAYLE

24

KRISTAL, EFRAÍN

11

2

JERRAM, DOUGAL

119

KUBATKO, LAURA SALTER

61

KUBINYI, HUGO

74 44

HUNTON, JAMES E.

26

JIANG, BO

HUTCHINSON, TIM

53

JIMÉNEZ-GONZÁLEZ, CONCEPCIÓN 68

KUMAR, ANAND

Hydrocolloids in Food Processing

65

JIN, JIANMING

KUMAR, CHALLA S. S. R.

JOHANSSON, GUNN 80

JOHN WILEY & SONS LTD JOHNSON, DAVID KYLE

64

KOWALSKY, NATHAN

101 36 56, 68 3

2 112, 113

KUMTA, PRASHANT N. KUO, BENJAMIN C. KURDACHENKO, LEONID

82, 83 85 123 113

Identity and Participation in Culturally Diverse Societies

37

JOHNSON, ANTHONY

52

KURIMOTO, NORIAKI

48

IFTIMIA, NICUSOR

96

JONSSON, EGON

56

Kwak, Hye-Chung

42

Image and Video Compression

90

JORIO, ADO

88

KWAN, GODFREY K.

In Adam’s Fall

10

Judgment, Decision-making and Success in Sport

36

LAAMAN, THOMAS R.

JUNGE, THOMAS

75

LAATSCH, HARTMUT

29

126 65 78, 79

Inflammatory and Autoimmune Disorders of the Nervous System in Children

46

KALSI, SWARN S.

100

Laboratory Manual for Principles of General Chemistry 66

INIEWSKI, KRZYSZTOF

99

KANG, CHUNG-GU

109

LABOUBE, ROGER A.

Integrated Bio-Microsystems

99

KANTARJIAN, HAGOP

47

LAHIRE, BERNARD

KAPLAN, GEORGE H.

88

LAI, MING

103

KARAMALIDIS, ATHANASIOS K.

80

LAMPE, LUTZ

109

KARMAKAR, NEMAI CHANDRA

110

Land, Development and Design

131

122 79

Introducing Philosophy Through Pop Culture

3

Introduction to Biological Physics for the Health & Life Sciences

86

Introduction to Finance Introduction to Fluid Mechanics Introduction to Forensic Genetics, An

4 25 128 54

LEE, H. S. LEE, JUSTINE A.

How to Write a Grant Application

Introduction to Evolutionary Ethics, An

131

KILLEN, MELANIE

IRELAND, CAROL A.

International Tables for Crystallography 8 Volume Set

29

22

16

IP Telephony

Interdisciplinary Work in the Environmental Field

LAVILLE, JEAN-LOUIS

KIESEL, JENS

Introduction to Systems Theory

61

In the King’s Shadow

60

32

61

Hydrogen Bonding and Transfer in the Excited State

30

LATTANZIO, VINCENZO

115

Horticultural Reviews: Volume 38

Hunting - Philosophy for Everyone

LASSMAN, PETER

94

Horticultural Reviews: Volume 37

How to Stop Living and Start Worrying

KENETT, RON

Introduction to Search Engines and Web Navigation, An

IP Address Management Principles and Practice 102

HOVDA, LYNN R.

140

62

133 17

19 128 53

LEE, MUHAMMAD HISYAM

105

LEEDER, MIKE

120

LEHTO, JUKKA

75

LEIMKÜHLER, HANS-JOACHIM

72

LENK, CAROL

96

LENK, RON

96

LEONARD, EDWARD G.

24

LEONARD, ROBERT D.

19

LESTER, LIBBY

14

Leukemias

47

LEURS, ROB

74

LEVENE, MARK

94

LEVY, GUY

61

LEWIS, RACHEL

35

LI-CHAN, EUNICE

64

LI, BAI-LIAN

57

LI, BO

116

LI, JIE JACK

75

LIEVROUW, LEAH

14

Light Scattering, Size Exclusion Chromatography and Asymmetric Flow Field Flow Fractionation 83 LILLY, JOHN H.

101

LIM, LOONG-TAK

83

LINACRE, ADRIAN

54

Linear Systems

126

LIPKOWITZ, KENNETH B.

80

LIPSCOMB, VICKY

53

LIRA, SERGIO A.

74

LISERRE, MARCO

98

List of MAK and BAT Values 2010

70

LITVIN,, DANIEL B.

79

Locating Neoliberalism in East Asia 20 LOCKWOOD, CHARLES J. LOGAN, PETER MELVILLE LOMBARDI, PATRIZIA

48 11 131

LOOKINGBILL, BRAD D.

31

LOOS, KATJA

84

LOPES, TITO

48

KARPOV, VICTOR G.

99

LANGHOFF-ROOS, JENS

48

KASAP, SAFA

85

107

45

13

LTE for UMTS

KATON, WAYNE

Language as a Complex Adaptive System

44

37

107

KATONA, CORNELIUS L. E.

LANSFORD, JENNIFER E.

LTE Security

13

102

52

LARSEN-FREEMAN, DIANE

LUCEK, JULIAN

KAU, CHUNG HOW

16

KEDIA, SATISH

18

42

LUHMANN, NIKLAS

KELLUM, CHRISTOPHER

107

Kemp, Peter A.

134

Larvin, Mike

Laser Diodes and Their Applications to Communications and Information Processing 90

Lund, Jon

42

LUNDBERG, ULF

36

LUNE, HOWARD

17


59

MATHERS, ROBERT T.

LURY, CELIA

16

MATHIEU, LUC MATLOCK, MARTY D.

MAAß, PETER

86

MACDERMOTT, AMY B.

58

Machining Composites Materials

84

MACHTEJEVAS, EGIDIJUS

79

MADDEN, DAVID W.

11

MAFFETTONE, SEBASTIANO MAGGIO, EMILIO

5 92

MAGNASCO, VALERIO

66

MAHONEY, CHARLES

12

MAINO, RENATO

22

MAJ, MARIO

45

MAKIN, HUGH L. J.

68

Making Better Decisions

26

Making Housing More Affordable 134 Malhotra, Naresh k.

23

MAULIK,, UJJWAL MAUNDER, ROBERT G. MCCLISH, DONNA K. MCCORMACK, BRENDAN

77 125 125 95 109 117 50

MCDONALD, ALAN T.

128

MCDONALD, BRYAN L.

29

Modern Analog Filter Analysis and Design

92

Next Generation Mobile Communications Ecosystem

Modern Diffraction Methods

67

NG, ON-CHO

7

NICHOLS, SHAUN

4

NIELAND, JUSTUS

11

NIELSEN, MARK

51

Modern Methods of Crystal Structure Prediction 88 MOELLER, WOLF-DIETRICH

107

MOLISCH, ANDREAS F.

103

MOLTENI, LUCA

22

MOMOH, JAMES

98

MONAGHAN, JOHN M.

48

McFARLAND, IAN A.

10

MONK, SARAH

MCFARLANE, COLIN

19

Monolithic Silicas in Separation Science

McGRATH, ALISTER E. McGUCKIN, JOHN ANTHONY

8 9, 10

Moral Psychology

134 79 4

107

NIEMEGEERS, IGNAS

106

NIEMI, VALTTERI

107

NIKU, SAEED

125

NOLLET, LEO M. L.

65

Normal Binocular Vision

51

NORTON, EDGAR A.

25

NOVA, Roberto

132 132

MCKIMM, JUDY

43

MORAN, MICHAEL J.

123

NOVOTNY, VLADIMIR

MCMAHON, B.

79

MORGAN, ROBERT

125

NUMAI, TAKAHIRO

90

MCSHERRY, ROBERT

50

MORGAN, ROY P. C.

122

NUMMIKOSKI, MARITA

13

127

Nutrition, Metabolism and Cardiovascular Disease

47

Nyasavajjala, Murthy

42

O’DONNELL, PATRICK

11

O’HARE, DERMOT

81

O’SULLIVAN, COLM

86

OBAYYA, SALAH

91

Mechanical Characterization of Materials and Wave Dispersion

Morgan, Shirley 129

MORI, KENJI

66

MALLIOS, WILLIAM S.

117

Media and Environment

14

MORTIMORE, SARA E.

64

MALONE, PATRICK S.

37

Medical Image Analysis

96

MOSCH, WOLFGANG

97

MALOY, STANLEY

59

MEIER, MICHAEL A. R.

77

MOSS, BRIAN

MALPASS, DENNIS

71

MELICHER, RONALD W.

25

Motion Control Systems

MELLON, SYNTHIA H.

55

MPLS-Enabled Applications

Mercury Cadmium Telluride

85

MUIR, PAUL

86

OBERG, GUNILLA

122

MICHA, DAVID

77

MUIR, PETER

53

OBUCHOWSKI, NANCY A.

117

MAMISHEV, ALEXANDER Management Mistakes and Successes Management Science

103 21 21

MICHAEL, BEVERLY K.

112

121 95 102

Managerial Accounting for Strategic Decision Making 24

MULLER, PETER

108

MICHAL, GERHARD

67

MÜLLER, ULRICH

79

Managing Business Ethics

77

Multilevel Statistical Models

Occupational Therapy and Stroke

51

OGANOV, ARTEM R.

88

OH, KYUNGHWAN

89

OHLOFF, GÜNTHER

66

22

Microcellular Injection Molding

Managing CO2 Emissions in the Chemical Industry

72

Microfluidic Devices in Nanotechnology Handbook

83

Multiscale Analysis of Deformation and Failure of Materials 100

MANCINI, MARIO

47

Microstrip and Printed Antennas

92

MUNRO, ROLLAND

17

MANNHOLD, RAIMUND

74

Microwave and RF Engineering

MURDOCK, GRAHAM

15

MANOW, PHILIP

29

MIHELCIC, JAMES R.

MURRELL, J. COLIN

59

MANSELL, ROBIN

15

MILI, LAMINE

98

MUSANI, ALI

48

Operation and Control of Electric Energy Processing Systems

MANSFIELD, MICHAEL

86

MILLER, DALE

5

MYANT, MARTIN

27

Operational Risk Management

Manual of Industrial Microbiology and Biotechnology

MYLONAS, CONSTANTINOS

62

OPFERMANN, GEORG

59

Manual of Perioperative Care in Adult Cardiac Surgery

46

Marine Ecology

54

Market, State, and Society in Contemporary Latin America

30

MARKLEY, NELSON G.

115

Martel, Gordon

32

MARTELLI, PAOLO

110

MARTIN, PHILIPPE

27

57

MILLER, SHARI

37

MILLER, SHAWN D.

51

124

NAM, BYEONG-GYU

MIMO-OFDM Wireless Communications with MATLAB

109

Name Reactions for Carbocyclic Ring Formations 75

MINE, YOSHINORI MINEI, INA

131

MINOLI, DANIEL

Master Data Management and Semantic Modeling

MIRSKY, VLADIMIR M.

94

Materials under Extreme Loadings 130

64

48 100

83

47

Organelle-Specific Pharmaceutical Nanotechnology 129 ORPET, HILARY Orthodox Church, The ORTÚZAR, JUAN DE DIOS

52 9 124

OSMAN, MAGDA

37

99

OSTFELD, RICHARD S.

58

38

NARULA, JAGAT

47

OSWEILER, GARY D.

53

OUROUSSOFF, ALEXANDRA

29

Ovid

34

OZAKI, YUKIHIRO

68

PAEK, UN-CHUL

89

PAIDAS, MICHAEL

48

PANELLI, RUTH

20

PAOLO, D. J.

84

102 72

67

MIYASHITA, KAZUO

63

Models for Bonding in Chemistry

68

Nanoscale CMOS

MITTEMEIJER, E. J.

Modelling Transport

98 118

Nanohybrids and Their Applications 82

108

Mobile Positioning and Tracking

Nanocomposites

28

102

MISHRA, AJAY R.

Mobile 3D Graphics SoC 76

2

OLSON, KENT

ORDOVAS, JOSE

MILOSEVIC, DRAGAN Z.

Mind Games

105

4

NAIK, RAJ

Mason, Jim

Mass Spectrometry for Microbial Proteomics

NAHMIAS, EDDY

132

OLARIU, STEPHAN

4

108

MINIUM, EDWARD W.

Mass Spectra of Designer Drugs 2010 Upgrade 75

NADELHOFFER, THOMAS

OKUN, DANIEL A.

Oral Controlled Release Formulation Design and Drug Delivery 74

Millimeter Wave Communication System

110

Mass Spectra of Designer Drugs 2010 75

124

MILLER, MICHAEL B.

MARTINELLI, MARIO

Mass Spectra of Androgens, Estrogens, and other Steroids 2010 68

90

116

100 110 124 66

Near-Capacity Variable-Length Coding

109

NEARING, MARK

122

Neuromuscular Aspects of Sports Performance

49

New Blackwell Companion to the City, The

20

New Localism in American Education, The

39

NEWBURY, JOHN

109

NEWELL, ROBERT

49

Index

Lure of Bacterial Genetics, The

Paradigms of Combinatorial Optimization

115

141


Index

PARIS, JOEL

44

Practical Design with LEDs

96

RAWSON, BERYL

33

SANCHEZ MARCANO, JOSE G.

72

PARK, BAE-GYOON

20

Practical Relativity

87

READE, JOHN

60

SANDOLE, DENNIS J. D.

30

PARK, KINAM

74

51

SANTOS-BUELGA, CELESTINO

38

Practical Statistics for Geographers and Earth Scientists 118

Real Anatomy

PARKE, ROSS D. PARR, MARIA KRISTINA

68

PASCHOS, VANGELIS T.

114, 115

PATANAKUL, PEERASIT

124

Patient and Public Involvement Toolkit

43

PATRICK, DAVID G.

52

Patty’s Industrial Hygiene

69, 70

PAUL, CLAYTON R. PAUL, SANJOY

103

Principles and Practice of Geriatric Psychiatry Principles of Flight for Pilots Principles of Fraud Examination

35

60

44

Relativistic Celestial Mechanics of the Solar System

88

SARKAR, SAHOTRA

93

SARTORIUS, NORMAN

45

Research for Evidence Based Practice in Healthcare 49

SASIC, SLOBODAN

68

SATOH, TETSUO

74

Rethinking Craft Specialization in Complex Societies

SAVULESCU, JULIAN

123 26

Principles of Linear Algebra Using Maple 112 PRITCHARD, PHILIP J. Process Systems Engineering

128 71

Process Understanding

71 74

RENARD, JACQUES

19

Reversible Computing

102

REVIE, R. WINSTON

77

SANUGI, BAHROM

105

SAREMI, FARHOOD

47 6

6

Sayer, Stuart

28

SCHÄNZER, WILHELM

68

SCHEFFRAN, JüRGEN

62

Reviews of Computational Chemistry

80

SCHLESINGER, M.

97

Revisiting Cardiac Anatomy

47

SCHLESINGER, T. E.

97

SCHLESINGER, WILLIAM H.

58

PAVLIDIS, MICHALIS

62

Prodrugs and Targeted Delivery

Payne-James, Jason

54

PROMISLOW, S. DAVID

Peace Building

30

Protestants

31

RFID Handbook

PEARCE, PADDY

50

Psychodynamic Psychotherapy

44

RFID Systems

91

SCHMID, STEPHEN E.

PECK, SARAH

25

Psychosis and Spirituality

35

RICCARDI, GABRIELLE

47

SCHOMBURG, DIETMAR

67

PEIßKER, PETER

86

PÜHLER, ALFRED

56

RICHARDSON, IAIN

93

SCHRODER, BERND S. W.

118

RICHMOND, STEPHEN

52

SCHROEDER, RICHARD G.

25

RILEY, EDWARD P.

56

SCHUENEMEYER, JOHN

RINO, CHARLES

92

SCHWARTZ, ANNA R.

44

Risk Management under UCITS III / IV 26

SCHWEIKER, WILLIAM

10

RIZVI, FAZAL

39

Science of ADHD, The

34

ROBERTS, CHRISTOPHER J.

73

SCOTT, TERRY

86

ROBIN, CYNTHIA

19

Sea Bream

62

PERLMUTTER, DANIEL D.

119

Personal Networks

106

PETEK, HRVOJE

88

PETERSEN, EDWARD

101

PETFORD, NICHOLAS

119

PETTIT, GREGORY S.

37

PHAN, PETER C.

8

PHELAN, LORRAINE

47

Philosophical Issues

7

Philosophy of the Yi

7

Physical Geology Physics of Thin-Film Photovoltaics

119

QUALLS, SARA HONN

112

35

Quantitative Analysis in Archaeology 19 Quantum Physics: Volume 1: From Basics to Symmetries and Perturbations

87

Quantum Physics: Volume 2: From Time-Dependent Dynamics to Many-Body Physics and Quantum Chaos 87

94

Seabridge, Allan

127

RODGER, MARC

48

Security Architecture Modeling

102

Questions of Gender

38

RODRIGUEZ, PEDRO

98

QUINN, ROBERT E.

21

ROGERS, PAT

11

Security Management of Next Generation Telecommunications Networks and Services 106

ROGSTAD, KAREN

42

Security of Computer Architectures 93

ROISMAN, JOSEPH

33

Sedimentary Rocks in the Field

119

ROONEY, TIMOTHY

102

Sedimentology and Sedimentary Basins

120

RAAB, MARKUS

36

PIRLOT, MARC

114

RAANAN, YOSSI

118

RABOY, MARC

Plant Breeding Reviews: Volume 33 60

RADCLIFFE, ELIZABETH S.

Plates vs Plumes

Radiation Detection and Measurement

PLESSNER, HENNING

36

Plural Actor, The

17

Pluralism

30

PLUTYNSKI, ANYA

6

15 5

ROSE, VERNON E.

79

Service Science

114

118, 119

SEYMOUR, SAM

94

85

SHAFFER, BRIAN W.

11

ROZANSKI, ELIZABETH A.

53

SHAH, HAROUN

76

Raman Spectroscopy in Nanoscience and Nanometrology 88

RUBBA, PAOLO

47

SHAHIDI, FEREIDOON

63

RUSH, JOHN E.

53

SHAHIR, TAHIR

48

RUTLAND, ADAM

37

SHAMMAS, NAZIH K.

132

RYAN, MICHAEL

11

SHANMUGAVEL, MADHAVAN

127

SABANOVIC

95

90

RAHMAN, M. AZIZUR

97

ROTHSTEIN, ROBERT L.

RAHMAN, MOMIN

16

ROUHAGHDAM, ALIREZA SABOUR

Rai, Jaskarn

42

83

Polymer-Matrix Composites

93

Raman, Infrared, and Near-Infrared Chemical Imaging

68

Polymeric Nanomaterials

82

RAMSEIER, CHRISTOPH

52

8

RANCIÈRE, JACQUES

10

POPKEWITZ, THOMAS S.

39

RAO, B. L. S. PRAKASA

116

Sacrament of Language, The

PORTES, RICHARD

27

RAO, N. S. V. KAMESWARA

133

Poverty, Welfare, and Public Policy 17

Rashid, Farhan

POWELL, LISA

53

RATHAKRISHNAN, ETHIRAJAN

21

Rationality and the Pursuit of Happiness

35

97

RAUT, R.

92

Practical Approach to Hazard Identification, A

78

83

ROSSMANN,, MICHAEL G.

Radio Frequency Circuit Design

Poly(lactic acid)

109

35

75

10

Power Line Communications

SEGAL, DANIEL L.

RÖSNER, PETER

126

Politics of Literature, The

Power Electronic Converters for Microgrids

128

SELKE, SUSAN E. M.

83

POWELL, STEPHEN G.

69, 70

ROSEN, MARC

PODZIMEK, STEPAN

POMPLUN, TRENT

116

RODGER, JAMES A.

120

120

2

87

99

71

109

Quantum Teleportation and Entanglement

PIERREHUMBERT, RAY

PISTIKOPOULOS, EFSTRATIOS

142

101

Preventing Stress in Organizations

60

Recent Advances in Polyphenol Research

RAUTIO, JARKKO RAVINA, ENRIQUE Rawls

42 127

74 73 5

SHAOUT, ADNAN

93

SHAPIRO, HOWARD N.

123

3

SHARIF, HAMID

108

SADOFF, ROBERT L.

45

SHARKH, S. M.

SADOWSKY, MICHAEL

59

SHERMAN, MICHAEL

SAITO, ASATO

20

Sheth, Jagdish

SALEH, S. A.

97

SHISKOWSKI, KENNETH M.

SALLEH, SHAHARUDDIN

105

SHMUELI,, URI

97 116 23 112 79

SALYERS, ABIGAIL

58

SHOOK, JOHN R.

SALZER, REINER

96

SHORVON, SIMON D.

44

SAMORI, PAOLO

86

SHVYDKA, DIANA

99

3


73

SIEGEL, JAY

76

Diffusion Processes Statistical Methods in Diagnostic Medicine

SIEMENS A&D TRANSLATION SERVICES

89

SIMON, BERND

37

SIMONOVI, SLOBODAN P.

80

Statistics for Earth and Environmental Scientists

SIMPLOT-RYL, DAVID

91

STEIN, PAUL S. G.

Single Event Radiation Effects in Electronic Systems

101

SINN, HANS-WERNER

27

SKURDAL, JOSTEIN

63

Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care

53

Smart Data

94

SMETANA, JUDITH G. SMIT, MARTINE J. SMITH, PETER

34 74 39

SMITH, R. ALDEN

33

SMITH, VALERIE

12

SMITH, WILLIAM C.

30

SMYER, MICHAEL A.

35

Social Bioarchaeology

18

Social Development

38

Social Ethics in the Making

9

Social Work in a Globalizing World

15

Society in Early Modern England

31

Sociological Routes and Political Roots

17

Software Design for Six Sigma

93

Software Engineering on a Global Scale SOHN, JU-HO

Statistical Reasoning in the Behavioral Sciences

116 117 38 116 58

STEINHAUSER, ANGELIKA

72

STEPHENS, ADRIAN

47

SOUSA, HELENA Spatial Statistics and SpatioTemporal Data

15 116

130

STRAZZULLO, PASQUALE

47

Structural Dynamics of Micro- and Opto-Electronic Systems 126 SUBBOTIN, IGOR SUHIR, EPHRAM SUL, SEUNG-KI Supercapacitors Surface Complexation Modeling Sustainable Geography

113 126 95 85 80 121

43 109

Systems Approach to Management of Disasters 80 Systems Engineering Principles and Practice 94 SZYLAR, CHRISTIAN

TAGARE, DIGAMBAR M.

98

TAMIME, ADNAN

64

TANAKA, NOBUO

79

TANG, SEOK-YEE

108

Technical Writing for Teams Technology of Cheesemaking

SRIENC, FRIEDRICH

56

TEGHEM, JACQUES

Statistical Inference for Fractional

115

58

Teamwork in Multi-Agent Systems 104

48

STAKGOLD, IVAR

WALFORD, NIGEL

118

Tourism Research

24

Wall Street at War

29

TOY, MEHMET

104

WALLACE, CAROL

64

Transforming Private Landlords

134

WALSHAW, DAVID

117

WALTON, RICHARD

81

WANASUNDARA, UDAYA

63

WANG, HAIBO

82

Transmission Lines in Digital and Analog Electronic Systems TREVINO, LINDA K.

Trust Theory TSOTSIS, THEODORE T. TSOURDOS, ANTONIOS TSUJI, HIDETO

Telemedicine Technologies

101 22 13 129 104 72 127 83

TUCKER, AVIEZER

6

TUCKER, GARY S.

65

TUCKER, MAURICE E.

119

TURNER, SIMON

121

TURNEY, BENJAMIN

42

TURNG, LIH-SHENG (TOM)

77

26 70

103 64 114 104

130

107

WANG, JASON T.

Uhlig’s Corrosion Handbook

110 77

Understanding Children and Young People’s Mental Health 50

95

WANG, JIN

109

WANG, LAWRENCE K.

132

WANG, WEI

73

WARBURTON, JEFF

122

Warming Papers, The

120

WASKO, JANET

15

Wastewater Use in Agriculture

61

Water Centric Sustainable Urbanism in the Cities of the Future 132 Water Supply and Distribution and Wastewater Collection 132 WATSON, SOPHIE

UDD, ERIC TADROS, THARWAT F.

34

VOYIADJIS, GEORGES

115

TROMPETTE, PHILIPPE

SWART, THEO G.

VOLK, KATHARINA

TOSKALA, ANTTI

92

SWANWICK, TIM

12 105

Visibility-Related Problems in Parallel Models of Computation 105

Topological Groups

SWAMY, M. N. S.

SPIRTOS, NICK

124

Topics in Wireless Networks

Troika

14

STACKPOLE, CYNTHIA

Toni Morrison

52

TAYLOR, PAUL A.

59

129

SUVAN, JEAN E.

54

Stable Isotopes in Microbial Molecular Ecology

46

VINH, TUONG JEAN

Timescales of Magmatic Processes 121

STRAKOSCH, GEORGE R.

SPEIGHT, MARTIN R.

124

VINCENT, ANGELA 52

7 125

13

51

SRIVANNABOON, SABIN

VILLENEUVE, FRANÇOIS

52

TARANTOLA, GREGORY J.

110

20

STOKES,, CHRISTOPHER W.

89

SPILLMAN, JR., WILLIAM B.

VILLANUEVA, ENRIQUE

THOMAS, MARY

33

TANGUAY, ROBERT M.

64

28

Virilio Now

Specialty Optical Fiber Technology for Optical Devices and Components

SPERBER, WILLIAM

Third Way, The

Virgil

106

133

129

57

System Design for Telecommunication Gateways

Souli, M’hamed

92

VIGNES, ALAIN

90

132

7

Video Tracking 40

Thymosins in Health and Disease

Soil Mechanics and Foundations

SOSA, E. DAVID

Thinking Education Through Alain Badiou

THYAGARAJAN, K.

131

90

130

91

Syms, Paul

123

Vertical Transportation Handbook, The

STOJMENOVIC, IVAN

132

SORRENTINO, R

128

104

51

Soil Mechanics

SOLT, GEORGE

Thermal Energy Storage

107

VERBRUGGE, RINEKE

STIDWILL, DAVID

94

120

128

Vehicular Networking

22

SWEET, WILLIAM N.

SOLOMON, CHRIS

Thermal Design

47

STEWART, GREG L.

100

111

92

85

Three-Dimensional Imaging for Orthodontics and Maxillofacial Surgery

123

SOLNON, CHRISTINE

Theory of Scintillation with Applications in Remote Sensing, The

Vapor Surface Treatments Variant Haemoglobins

76

SWATTON, PETER J.

129

101

Stereochemical Aspects of Organolithium Compounds

89

Solid Mechanics using the Finite Element Method

Theory and Computation of Electromagnetic Fields

WEIGHTMAN, BARBARA A.

20 122

WEINBERG, JOANNE

56

WEISSIG, VOLKMAR

129

Understanding Children’s Development

WELLS, JOSEPH T.

26

39

WELSH, PERDI

52

Understanding Organizations

17

WELZEL, U.

67

Understanding Physics

86

WEN, HONG

74

Understanding the Life Course

16

WESLEY, LAURENCE D.

UNGER, KLAUS K.

79

WEST, DAVID

Use and Misuse of Psychiatric Drugs, The

44

User Involvement in Health Care

43

User’s Manual to the PMBOK Guide, A

124

133 4

WESTPHAL, FOLKER

75

WEYGANDT, JERRY J.

25

What is Morphology?

13

What Time is it There?

31

WHITBOURNE, SUSAN KRAUSS

39

Temperature-Programmed Gas Chromatography

67

VAN LOOCK, PETER

87

WHITE, BRIAN

127

TEODORESCU, REMUS

98

VAN OURS, JAN

27

WHITEHEAD, CHRISTINE

134

76

VAN-ORMAN, JAMES

TEZUKA, YASUYUKI

VANPOOL, TODD L.

121 19

Index

SIEBBELES, LAURENS D. A.

WHITELEY, ANDREW S. WHITEMAN, COLIN

59 121

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Index

WHITMAN, RICHARD

59

WHITT, DIXIE

58

57 58 60

WILCOCKS, LARA

86

Year in Ecology and Conservation Biology 3, The

WILD, BARBARA

47

Yeast Research

WILDGOOSE, DAVID G.

52

YONG,, SU-KHIONG

108

YOO, HOI-JUN

100

YU, T. X.

126

YU, WEI-WEN

133

Wiley International Encyclopedia of Marketing 23 Wiley MS 2005//NIST/EPA/NIH Mass Spectral Library 2005 (Upgrade) 68 Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Eighteenth-Century Writers and Writing, The WILLIAMS, SEAN

YUDIN, ANDREI K.

75

ZELEVINSKY, VLADIMIR

87 80

11 103

WILLMOT, PHIL

36

ZHAO, GUANG-JIU

WILLOUGHBY, ARTHUR

85

ZHOU, XIAO-HUA

117

ZIKANOV, OLEG

127

ZIMMERMAN, JULIE B.

124

WILLUMSEN, LUIS G. WILSON, BRENDA

124 58

WiMAX Security and Quality of Service

108

WiMAX Technology and Network Evolution

103

WINKLER, MALCOLM

58

WINTHROP-YOUNG, GEOFFREY

14

Wireless Communications

103

WITHINGTON, PHIL

31

WOLF, MARTIN

88

WONDRATSCHEK,, HANS

79

WOO, JEONG-HO

100

Wood, Douglas

131

WOOD, DUNCAN WOODARD, FRAN

52 43

WOODWORTH, GEORGE G.

117

Work Without Boundaries

36

Working Positively with Personality Disorder in Secure Settings 36 Worldviews

5

Wörterbuch Industrielle Elektrotechnik, Energie- und Automatisierungstechnik / Dictionary of Electrical Engineering, Power Engineering and Automation

89

WORTHINGTON, IAN

33

WRIGHT, JULIA M.

12

Writing a Built Environment Dissertation

130

XIA, PENGFEI

108

XU, JINGYI

77

YAN, DONGHANG

82

YANG, LIE-LIANG

109

YANG, WON YOUNG

109

YARDLEY, J. C. YARKER, JOANNA

144

Year in Cognitive Neuroscience 2010, The

33 35

YARMAN, BINBOGA SIDDIK

100

YAROVAYA, ELENA

118

YASUDA, NOBUYOSHI

71

YATES, PAUL

86

YATSIMIRSKY, ANATOLY

72

ZISKIND-CONHAIM, LEA

58

Žižek and the Media

14


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