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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

19

Human Geography         

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.

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HUMANITIES & SOCIAL SCIENCE

Humanities and Social Science

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A Brief History of the Soul

Philosophy

STEWART GOETZ & CHARLES TALIAFERRO Ursinus College in Pennsylvania, USA; St. Olaf College in Minnesota, USA

✤✤ Provides a clear and concise history of the soul, from Plato to cutting-edge contemporary work in philosophy of mind ✤✤ Packed with arguments for and against a range of different, historically significant philosophies of the soul ✤✤ Addresses the essential issues, including mind-body interaction, the causal closure of the physical world, and the philosophical implications of the brain sciences for the soul’s existence ✤✤ Includes coverage of theories from key figures, such as Plato, Aquinas, Locke, Hume, and Descartes ✤✤ Unique in combining the history of ideas and the development of a powerful case for a non-reductionist, non-materialist account of the soul READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate students taking courses in philosophy, philosophy of mind, theology, and religious studies; any readers searching for their soul or with an interest in philosophy of mind SERIES: BRIEF HISTORIES OF PHILOSOPHY

APR 2011  224PP  978-1-4051-9632-1  PR  £14.99  €19.90  /  978-1-4051-9633-8  CL  £50.00  €65.90

A Brief History of Justice DAVID JOHNSTON Columbia University, USA

✤✤ An accessible introduction to the history of ideas about justice ✤✤ Shows how complex ideas are anchored in ordinary intuitions about justice ✤✤ Traces the emergence of the idea of social justice ✤✤ Identifies connections as well as differences between distributive and corrective justice ✤✤ Offers accessible, concise introductions to the thought of leading figures and schools of thought in the history of philosophy READERSHIP: Students and academics in political philosophy, political theory, ethics and history of political thought; general readers with an interest in politics and systems of law SERIES: BRIEF HISTORIES OF PHILOSOPHY

APR 2011  256PP  978-1-4051-5577-9  PR  £17.99  €23.90  /  978-1-4051-5576-2  CL  £55.00  €71.90

Hayden White

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HERMAN PAUL Leiden University

✤✤ An accessible introduction to the work of the most important and influential philosopher of history today. ✤✤ Traces the development of White’s central ideas from the 1950s to the present, shedding new light on fields ranging from medieval historiography to French existentialism. ✤✤ Includes a substantial analysis and explication of White’s key text, Metahistory (1973), a work which has changed the shape of debates across the humanities. ✤✤ Elucidates a range of theoretical concepts which will be of value to a broad spectrum of students and scholars in fields ranging from intellectual history to literary criticism. READERSHIP: Upper level undergraduate and postgraduate students taking courses in Philosophy of history, Historiography, Critical Theory, and Historical Methods, as well as scholars with an interest in Hayden White’s work. SERIES: KEY CONTEMPORARY THINKERS SERIES

JUN 2011  224PP  978-0-7456-5014-2  PR  £15.99  €20.90  /  978-0-7456-5013-5  CL  £55.00  €71.90

Hemlock

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Old Women in Bloom

HÉLÈNE CIXOUS University of Paris VIII

✤✤ Cixous is generally regarded as one of the leading French feminist writers, if not the leading French feminist writer. ✤✤ All of her books tend to be written as philosophical novels, combining elements of autobiography and fiction with reflection of a more philosophical and psychoanalytic kind. ✤✤ This is a moving account of her attempt to come to terms with the idea of her mother’s death. ✤✤ This book will appeal to a wide readership interested in creative literary fiction. READERSHIP: This will be of interest to students of Cixous, of ‘ecriture feminine’, and of contemporary French theory/novels.

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FEB 2011  191PP  978-0-7456-4868-2  PR  £14.99  €19.90  /  978-0-7456-4867-5  CL  £45.00  €57.90

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Metaphysical Intimations of Modern Physics 3rd Edition

TIM MAUDLIN Rutgers University, USA

✤✤ New edition of the premier philosophical study of Bell’s Theorem and its implication for the relativistic account of space and time ✤✤ Carefully updated to reflect significant developments in the field of physical theory, and includes a new chapter covering important recent work in the foundations of physics ✤✤ Discusses the “Free Will Theorem” of John Conway and Simon Kochen ✤✤ Introduces philosophers to the relevant physics and demonstrates how philosophical analysis can help inform physics

Philosophy

Quantum Non-Locality & Relativity

READERSHIP: Undergraduate or graduate students studying the philosophy of physics or foundations of physics; anyone interested in the foundational questions in physics

APR 2011  312PP  978-1-4443-3127-1  PR  £22.99  €29.90  /  978-1-4443-3126-4  CL  £60.00  €77.90

Sweet Reason

A Field Guide to Modern Logic 2nd Edition

JAMES M. HENLE & JAY L. GARFIELD Both of Smith College, USA

✤✤ An innovative introduction to the field of logic in all its guises, designed to entertain as it informs ✤✤ Integrates formal first order, modal, and non-classical logic with natural language reasoning, analytical writing, critical thinking, set theory, and the philosophy of logic and mathematics ✤✤ Addresses contemporary applications of logic in fields such as computer science and linguistics ✤✤ A web-site linked to the text features numerous supplemental exercises and examples, enlightening puzzles and cartoons, and insightful essays READERSHIP: Undergraduate students on courses in introductory logic, critical thinking, philosophy, mathematics, computer science, linguistics, and pre-law

APR 2011  704PP  978-1-4443-3715-0  PR  £24.99  €32.90 REPLACES ISBN 978-0-470-41418-7

Media, Markets, and Morals EDWARD H. SPENCE, ANDREW ALEXANDRA, AARON QUINN & ANNE DUNN Centre for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics (CAPPE), Australia; University of Melbourne, Australia; California State University, Chico, USA; University of Sydney, Australia

✤✤ Brings together experts in the fields of media studies and media ethics, information ethics, and professional ethics ✤✤ Offers an original ethical framework designed specifically for evaluating ethical issues in the media, including new media ✤✤ Builds upon and further develops an innovative theoretical model for examining and evaluating media corruption and methods of media anti-corruption previously developed by authors Spence and Quinn ✤✤ Clarifies the inherent ethical nature of information and its communication to which the media as providers of information are necessarily committed READERSHIP: Undergraduate or graduate students studying media, new media studies, and new media ethics, marketing ethics and information and communication ethics; students of ethics in the creative industries

APR 2011  240PP  978-1-4051-7546-3  PR  £19.99  €25.90  /  978-1-4051-7547-0  CL  £50.00  €65.90

Philosophy of Mind A Comprehensive Introduction

WILLIAM JAWORSKI Fordham University, USA

✤✤ Provides a uniquely wide coverage of a range of mind-body theories and arguments, whilst simultaneously offering a fair and balanced treatment of all positions ✤✤ Methodical, premise-by-premise presentation of arguments for and against each position have been designed to allow readers to grasp the structure of each argument quickly and easily ✤✤ The only book to systematically explain how a hylomorphic theory such as Aristotle’s can contribute to current mind-body debates and vie with contemporary mind-body theories ✤✤ Contains over 40 illustrations and is written in a clear style that is free of technical jargon, making it highly accessible to a broad readership READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates, graduate students, and interested professionals; also suitable for use in introductory or general philosophy courses

FEB 2011  520PP  978-1-4443-3368-8  PR  £19.99  €25.90  /  978-1-4443-3367-1  CL  £50.00  €65.90

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Philosophy of the Performing Arts

Philosophy

DAVID DAVIES McGill University, Canada

✤✤ Presents the significant philosophical issues concerning the performing arts in an accessible style, assuming no prior knowledge ✤✤ Provides a critical overview and a comprehensive framework for thinking about the performing arts ✤✤ Examines the assumption that classical music provides the best model for thinking about artistic performance across the performing arts ✤✤ Explores ways in which the ‘classical paradigm’ might be extended to other musical genres, to theatre, and to dance ✤✤ Applies the thinking on performing arts to the issue of ‘performance art’ READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate students taking courses in the philosophy of art, music, theatre, performing arts, cultural studies, and dance

APR 2011  224PP  978-1-4051-8803-6  PR  £16.99  €21.90  /  978-1-4051-8802-9  CL  £45.00  €57.90

Once-Told Tales

An Essay in Literary Aesthetics

PETER KIVY Rutgers University, USA

✤✤ Focuses on the experience of the art form known as the novel ✤✤ Uses the more common perspective of a reader who reads to be told a story, rather than for scholarly or critical analysis ✤✤ Explores the different effects of a range of narrative approaches READERSHIP: Undergraduates, graduates and scholars studying the aesthetics, philosophy or the history of literature SERIES: NEW DIRECTIONS IN AESTHETICS

APR 2011  216PP  CL  978-0-470-65767-6  £60.00

A Companion to Hegel Edited by STEPHEN HOULGATE & MICHAEL BAUR University of Warwick, UK; Fordham University, USA

✤✤ A comprehensive guide to one of the most important modern philosophers ✤✤ Contains original, scholarly, and cutting-edge essays which are written in an accessible manner and draw on the most up-to-date Hegel research ✤✤ Features international contributions from a wide variety of philosophical approaches and traditions ✤✤ Provides coverage of the whole range of Hegel’s mature thought ✤✤ Examines Hegel’s influence on a range of thinkers, from Kierkegaard and Marx to Heidegger, Adorno and Derrida READERSHIP: Upper-level undergraduates, graduate students, scholars, researchers, and teachers interested in Hegel, Hegelian philosophy, German Idealism, the history of philosophy and the history of ideas SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO PHILOSOPHY

APR 2011  560PP  978-1-4051-7076-5  CL  £110.00  €142.00

A Companion to Schopenhauer Edited by BART VANDENABEELE Ghent University, Belgium

✤✤ A thoroughly comprehensive guide to the life, work and thought of Arthur Schopenhauer ✤✤ Demonstrates the range of Schopenhauer’s work and illuminates the debates it has generated ✤✤ 26 newly commissioned essays by some of the most prominent Schopenhauer scholars working today reflect the very latest trends in Schopenhauer scholarship ✤✤ Covers the full range of historical and philosophical perspectives on Schopenhauer’s work ✤✤ Discusses his seminal contributions to our understanding of knowledge, perception, morality, science, logic and mathematics, Platonic Ideas, the unconscious, aesthetic experience, art, colours, sexuality, will, compassion, pessimism, tragedy, pleasure, and happiness

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READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate and graduate students studying Schopenhauer’s life, work, and thought SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO PHILOSOPHY

JUL 2011  500PP  978-1-4051-7103-8  CL  £110.00  €142.00

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A Practicalist Conception of Knowledge

STEPHEN HETHERINGTON University of New South Wales, Australia

✤✤ Presents a philosophically original conception of knowledge, at odds with some central tenets of analytic epistemology ✤✤ Offers a dissolution of epistemology’s infamous Gettier problem — explaining why the supposed problem was never really a problem in the first place. ✤✤ Defends an unorthodox conception of the relationship between knowledge-that and knowledge-how, understanding knowledge-that as a kind of knowledge-how. READERSHIP: Professional philosophers; postgraduate students of philosophy: graduate courses in epistemology

APR 2011  304PP  978-0-470-65812-3  CL  £65.00  €83.90

Agents and Their Actions MAXIMILIAN DE GAYNESFORD College of William and Mary, USA

✤✤ Features seven internationally significant authors, including new work by two of philosophy’s ‘super stars’, John McDowell and Joseph Raz ✤✤ Presents the first clear indication of how John McDowell is extending his path-breaking work on intentionality and perceptual experience towards an account of action and agency ✤✤ Covers all the major interconnections between action-agency and central areas of Philosophy: Metaphysics, Epistemology, History of Philosophy, Ethics, Logic, Philosophy of Language ✤✤ Provides an enlightening snapshot of current debate on the subject

Philosophy / Religion & Theology

How to Know

READERSHIP: Academics, researchers, and advanced undergraduate and graduate level students in courses on philosophy, history of philosophy, and linguistics SERIES: RATIO SPECIAL ISSUES

APR 2011  128PP  978-1-4443-3908-6  PR  £17.99  €23.90

The Good Life of Teaching An Ethics of Professional Practice

CHRISTOPHER HIGGINS Former Chief Medical Laboratory Scientific Officer, now a freelance writer, Dorset, UK

✤✤ Makes a significant contribution to the philosophy of teaching and also offers new insights into virtue theory and professional ethics ✤✤ Offers fresh and detailed readings of major figures in ethics, including Alasdair MacIntyre, Charles Taylor, and Bernard Williams as well as the practical philosophies of Hannah Arendt, John Dewey and Hans-Georg Gadamer ✤✤ Provides illustrations to assist the reader in visualizing major points, and integrates sources such as film, literature, and teaching memoirs to exemplify arguments in an engaging and accessible way ✤✤ Presents a compelling vision of teaching as a reflective practice showing how this requires us to prepare teachers differently READERSHIP: Trainee and practicing teachers; school leaders; teacher educators and supervisors; postgraduates and researchers studying teacher motivation and retention, teacher preparation and professional development; postgraduates and researchers in the fields of philosophical and professional ethics

MAR 2011  256PP  978-1-4443-3930-7  PR  £19.99  €25.90

Introducing World Christianity Edited by CHARLES E. FARHADIAN Westmont College, USA

✤✤ Provides a comprehensive overview of the spread and impact of World Christianity ✤✤ Includes contributions from leading scholars in history, sociology, anthropology, and religious studies ✤✤ Contains studies from every major region of the world, including Africa, Asia, Latin America, North Atlantic, and Oceania, not privileging one geographic region, but illuminating world religions equally ✤✤ Examines the recent significant social and political changes that have resulted from the spread of Christianity in regions all over the world ✤✤ Takes a non-theological approach, focusing on the impact of and response to Christianity ✤✤ Discusses Protestant, Evangelical, Catholic, and Orthodox forms of the faith READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate students taking courses world Christianity, global Christianity, and introduction to Christianity

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APR 2011  288PP  978-1-4051-8248-5  PR  £18.99  €24.90  /  978-1-4051-8249-2  CL  £55.00  €71.90

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The Modern Theologians Reader

Religion & Theology

Edited by DAVID F. FORD & MIKE HIGTON with SIMEON ZAHL University of Cambridge, UK; University of Exeter, UK; University of Cambridge, UK

✤✤ A unique stand-alone text which can also be used alongside the highly successful textbook, The Modern Theologians ✤✤ Features introductory notes and annotations with each extract to help students understand the relevance and importance of the reading ✤✤ Includes selections from major twentieth-century theologians and theological movements, and texts on Christian theology’s relation to science, globalization, and other faiths such as Buddhism and Judaism READERSHIP: For undergraduate students of theology SERIES: THE GREAT THEOLOGIANS

AUG 2011  368PP  978-1-4051-7110-6  PR  £19.99  €25.90  /  978-1-4051-7111-3  CL  £55.00  €71.90

The Reformation A Brief History

KENNETH G. APPOLD Princeton Theological Seminary, USA

✤✤ A rich overview of the Reformation, skillfully blending social, political, religious and theological dimensions ✤✤ A clearly and engagingly written narrative which draws on the latest and best scholarship ✤✤ Includes the history of the Reformation in Scandinavia and Eastern Europe, areas that are rarely covered in any detail ✤✤ The Reformation is placed in the context of the entire history of Christianity to draw out its origins, impetus, and legacy READERSHIP: Undergraduate level students and seminary students for courses in Medieval/Early Modern and Reformation History, and other general courses in religion and history SERIES: BLACKWELL BRIEF HISTORIES OF RELIGION

APR 2011  256PP  978-1-4051-1750-0  PR  £17.99  €23.90  /  978-1-4051-1749-4  CL  £50.00  €65.90

Christianity in China DANIEL H. BAYS Calvin College, USA

✤✤ At last – an overdue and timely account of the features of a cross-cultural and varied Chinese Christian in today’s world! ✤✤ Covers the remarkable flexibility and creativity in the Chinese relationship with Christianities ✤✤ Features topics such as Daoist and Buddhist – terms used by the Nestorians; the powerful Biblical visions of the Taiping leaders in the nineteenth century; and today’s frequent occurrence of White Lotus-like Protestant millenarian sects in the Chinese countryside READERSHIP: Upper-undergraduate and postgraduate level SERIES: BLACKWELL GUIDES TO GLOBAL CHRISTIANITY

JUN 2011  304PP  978-1-4051-5955-5  PR  £24.99  €32.90  /  978-1-4051-5954-8  CL  £65.00  €83.90

Exploring Postcolonial Biblical Criticism History, Method, Practice

R. S. SUGIRTHARAJAH University of Birmingham, UK

✤✤ Offers a concise and accessible introduction to postcolonial biblical studies ✤✤ Provides a comprehensive overview of postcolonial studies by one of the field’s most prominent figures ✤✤ Explains one of the most innovative and important developments in modern biblical studies ✤✤ Accessible enough to appeal to general readers interested in religion READERSHIP: Undergraduate and seminary students for courses in biblical studies, Third World theological issues, liberation theologies, critical methods, and cultural studies; also for general readers

APR 2011  208PP  978-1-4051-5857-2  PR  £19.99  €25.90  /  978-1-4051-5856-5  CL  £50.00  €65.90

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Edited by STANLEY HAUERWAS & SAMUEL WELLS Both of Duke University, USA

✤✤ Features new essays on class, race, disability, gender, peace, and the virtues ✤✤ Includes a number of revised essays and a range of new authors ✤✤ The innovative and influential approach organizes ethical themes around the shape of Christian worship ✤✤ The original edition is the most successful to-date in the Companions to Religion series READERSHIP: Undergraduate level students for courses on Christian ethics; seminary students; and academics SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO RELIGION

APR 2011  592PP  978-1-4443-3134-9  CL  £110.00  €142.00 REPLACES ISBN 978-14051-5051-4

The Blackwell Companion to Paul

Religion & Theology

The Blackwell Companion to Christian Ethics

Edited by STEPHEN WESTERHOLM McMaster University, Canada

✤✤ Offers a complete overview of the life, writings and legacy of one of the key figures of Christianity ✤✤ The essays compass the major themes of Paul’s life and work, as well as his impact through the centuries on theology, Church teaching, social beliefs, art, literature, and contemporary intellectual thought ✤✤ Edited by one of the leading figures in the field of Pauline Studies ✤✤ The contributors include a range of world-renowned academics READERSHIP: Undergraduate students of religion, specifically, courses on Paul, Christian origins and the history of biblical interpretation; seminaries SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO RELIGION

APR 2011  648PP  978-1-4051-8844-9  CL  £110.00  €142.00

Luther’s Theology of the Cross Martin Luther’s Theological Breakdown 2nd Edition

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

✤✤ Rewritten and expanded edition of a highly-acclaimed classic text ✤✤ Incorporates primary and secondary sources that have become available since the publication of the first edition ✤✤ Draws on advances in our understanding of the late medieval intellectual, cultural, and religious background of Luther’s early development, and the nature of Luther’s doctrine of justification (including the so-called ‘Finnish’ school), many of which have not yet been incorporated into Luther scholarship ✤✤ Luther’s ‘theological breakthrough’ continues to be of central importance to Reformation Studies and the development of Protestantism ✤✤ Written by one of the world’s leading Protestant theologians, who is an authority on the development of the doctrine of justification READERSHIP: Undergraduate level students and seminary students for courses on the Reformation, Luther, and European history; also for academics and scholars

APR 2011  240PP  978-0-470-65530-6  CL  £60.00  €77.90 REPLACES ISBN 978-0-631-17549-0

Six Minor Prophets Through the Centuries Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah, Haggai, Zechariah and Malachi

RICHARD COGGINS & JIN H. HAN Formerly of King’s College, London, UK; New York Theological Seminary, USA

✤✤ Written by highly respected biblical scholars ✤✤ Explores the rich and complex reception history of the last six Minor Prophets in Jewish and Christian theology and exegesis ✤✤ Examines the influence of the Minor Prophets in a range of contexts, including worship, art, music, and literature ✤✤ Covers a huge time span of fascinating history, including ancient, medieval, and modern periods READERSHIP: Libraries and scholars interested in Bible Studies, Old Testament, Prophets and reception history SERIES: BLACKWELL BIBLE COMMENTARIES SERIES

APR 2011  256PP  978-1-4051-7675-0  CL  £70.00  €89.90

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Utopias

Religion & Theology / Literature

A Brief History from Ancient Writings to Virtual Communities

HOWARD P. SEGAL University of Maine, USA

✤✤ Connects the past and present of utopian thought, from the first utopias in Ancient Greece, right up to present day visions of virtual communities and paradises ✤✤ Explores the many forms utopias have taken – prophecies and oratory, writings, political movements, world’s fairs, physical communities, and virtual communities ✤✤ Offers a fascinating and relevant appraisal of the joys and pitfalls of utopian thought READERSHIP: Student and academics in religious studies, history and literature, plus general readers SERIES: BLACKWELL BRIEF HISTORIES OF RELIGION

APR 2011  224PP  978-1-4051-8328-4  PR  £19.99  €25.90  /  978-1-4051-8329-1  CL  £55.00  €71.90

Towards a Jewish-Muslim-Christian Theology DAVID B. BURRELL University of Notre Dame, USA

✤✤ Explores the development of the three Abrahamic traditions, brilliantly showing the way in which they have struggled with similar issues over the centuries ✤✤ Shows how the approach of each tradition can be used comparatively by the other traditions to illuminate and develop their own thinking ✤✤ Written by a renowned writer in philosophical theology, widely acclaimed for his comparative thinking on Jewish and Islamic theology ✤✤ A very timely book which moves forward the discussion at a period of intense inter-religious dialogue READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate and graduate level students for courses in theology, history of religions or comparative theology SERIES: CHALLENGES IN CONTEMPORARY THEORY

APR 2011  216PP  978-0-470-65755-3  CL  £65.00  €83.90

Divine Illumination

The History and Future of Augustine’s Theory of Knowledge

LYDIA SCHUMACHER University of Oxford, UK

✤✤ Takes an original approach to reading Augustine’s theory of divine illumination and shows how the theory was transformed and reinterpreted in medieval philosophy and theology ✤✤ Presents a groundbreaking way of thinking about the writings of Augustine, Anselm, Bonaventure, Aquinas, and John Duns Scotus, and relates this to cutting edge questions in contemporary philosophy of religion, especially epistemology ✤✤ Is a significant contribution to the history of philosophy but also to contemporary debates on faith and reason ✤✤ Lays the foundation for future efforts to come to terms with the contemporary epistemological situation and its inherent problems READERSHIP: Undergraduate students of theology, philosophy, the philosophy of religion and medieval history SERIES: CHALLENGES IN CONTEMPORARY THEORY

APR 2011  288PP  978-0-470-65742-3  CL  £75.00  €97.90

After the Fall

American Literature Since 9/11

RICHARD GRAY University of Essex, UK

✤✤ Presents the first detailed interrogation of U.S. writing in a time of crisis, written by one of the foremost American Literature scholars today ✤✤ Develops a timely and provocative argument about literature and trauma ✤✤ Relates U.S. writing since 9/11 to crucial social and historical changes in the U.S. and elsewhere ✤✤ Places U.S. writing in the context of the transformed position of the U.S. in a world characterized by political, economic, and military crisis; transnational drift; the resurgence of religious fundamentalism; and the apparent triumph of global capitalism

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READERSHIP: Undergraduate students of American literature; also academics and general readers interested in American culture and literature SERIES: BLACKWELL MANIFESTOS

APR 2011  224PP  978-0-470-65792-8  CL  £25.00  €32.90

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ALEX GOODY Oxford Brookes University

✤✤ An overview of the topic of technology in literature, covering the span from late Victorian innovations, through modernism and the cold war, to computing and the internet. ✤✤ Brings together a wide range of literature in a concise, student-oriented fashion. ✤✤ Balances theory with close readings of key authors including Virginia Woolf, Samuel Beckett, Ian Fleming, Kurt Vonnegut, Don DeLillo, Jeanette Winterson and Shelley Jackson. ✤✤ Part of Polity’s successful Themes in 20th and 21st Century Literature series.

Literature

Technology, Literature and Culture

READERSHIP: Undergraduate and postgraduate students of modern and contemporary literature, specifically taking courses on literature and technology, science fiction, modernism, 20th Century literature SERIES: THEMES IN 2OTH AND 21ST CENTURY LITERATURE AND CULTURE

MAY 2011  200PP  978-0-7456-3954-3  PR  £15.99  €20.90  /  978-0-7456-3953-6  CL  £55.00  €71.90

A Short History of Early Modern England British Literature in Context

PETER C. HERMAN San Diego State University, USA

✤✤ Provides the historical and cultural information necessary for a richer understanding of English Renaissance literature ✤✤ Written in a clear and accessible style for an undergraduate level audience ✤✤ Gives an overview of the period’s history as well as an understanding of the historiographic issues ✤✤ Explores key historical and literary events, from the Wars of the Roses to the publication of John Milton’s Paradise Regained ✤✤ Features in depth explanations of key terms and concepts, such as absolutism and the Elizabethan Settlement READERSHIP: Undergraduate level students of early modern literature, sixteenth- and seventeenth-century literature, Shakespeare, early modern English drama, Milton, and the literature of the English Revolution

APR 2011  268PP  978-1-4051-9559-1  PR  £14.99  €19.90  /  978-1-4051-9560-7  CL  £50.00  €65.90

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

✤✤ A lively and provocative manifesto that examines four popular thinkers (Thomas Friedman, Richard Florida, Paul Krugman, and Naomi Klein) and draws on discussions with students from around the globe ✤✤ Offers a new way of thinking about what globalization was and what this means for how globalization still operates as a social narrative ✤✤ Re-animates a discussion and debate about globalization which seems to have been shelved since the recent financial crisis ✤✤ Accessible to a non-academic audience READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate level students for courses in cultural studies, political science, and communications; and for general readers SERIES: BLACKWELL MANIFESTOS

APR 2011  256PP  978-1-4051-7794-8  CL  £50.00  €65.90

Victorian Poetry Now Poets, Poems, Poetics

VALENTINE CUNNINGHAM University of Oxford, UK

✤✤ The definitive guide to Victorian poetry, providing encyclopedic knowledge and dazzling close readings of a number of well-known poems ✤✤ Draws on the work of major Victorian poets and their works as well as many of the less well-known poets and poems ✤✤ Examines poems and poets in the light of both Victorian and modern critical concerns ✤✤ Places poetry in its personal, aesthetic, historical, and ideological contexts ✤✤ Argues that rhyming/repetition is the major formal feature of Victorian poetry READERSHIP: Upper level undergraduates, postgraduates, scholars, and researchers of Victorian Poetry, Victorian Literature, Victorian Culture, and Nineteenth Century Studies

APR 2011  288PP  978-0-631-20826-6  CL  £95.00  €118.90

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Reading Sixteenth-Century Poetry

Literature

PATRICK CHENEY Pennsylvania State University, USA

✤✤ Close readings of a wide variety of sixteenth-century poems, canonical and non-canonical, by men and women, from print and manuscript culture, across the major literary modes and genres ✤✤ Poems read within their historical context, with reference to five major cultural revolutions: Renaissance humanism, the Reformation, the modern nation-state, companionate marriage, and the scientific revolution ✤✤ Offers in-depth discussion of Skelton, Wyatt, Surrey, Isabella Whitney, Gascoigne, Philip Sidney, Spenser, Marlowe, Mary Sidney Herbert, Donne, and Shakespeare ✤✤ Presents a separate study of all five of Shakespeare’s major poems – Venus and Adonis, The Rape of Lucrece, ‘The Phoenix and Turtle’, the Sonnets, and A Lover’s Complaint – in the context of his dramatic career READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate students, teachers, and scholars of English Renaissance literature, the sixteenth century, and English poetry from this period SERIES: BLACKWELL READING POETRY

APR 2011  336PP  978-1-4051-6954-7  CL  £60.00  €77.90

A Concise Companion to Milton

new in paperback

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 ✤✤ Structured chronologically around Milton’s major works ✤✤ Also includes a select bibliography and a chronology detailing Milton’s life and works alongside relevant world events READERSHIP: Students and scholars of Milton or seventeenth-century British literature SERIES: CONCISE COMPANIONS TO LITERATURE AND CULTURE

NOV 2010  288PP  978-0-470-65653-2  PR  £19.99  €25.90 CL (2006) 978-1-4051-22719

A Companion to the History of the English Language

new in paperback

Edited by HARUKO MOMMA & MICHAEL MATTO New York University, USA; Adelphi University, USA

✤✤ An accessible reference to the history of the English language ✤✤ Comprises 59 essays written by scholars from 14 countries ✤✤ Aids literature students in incorporating language study into their work ✤✤ Includes an historical survey of the English language, from its Indo- European and Germanic beginnings to modern British and American English and to the rise of colonial and post-colonial varieties of English ✤✤ Enriched with useful tools such as a chronological list of events and a glossary READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate students studying English language and literature; researchers and faculty in these areas SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO LITERATURE AND CULTURE

APR 2011  592PP  978-0-470-65793-5  PR  £29.99  €38.90 CL (2008) 978-1-4051-2992-3

A Companion to James Joyce

new in paperback

Edited by RICHARD BROWN University of Leeds, UK

✤✤ Brings together 25 newly-commissioned essays by some of the top scholars in the field ✤✤ Explores Joyce’s distinctive cultural place in Irish, British, and European modernism and the growing impact of his work elsewhere in the world ✤✤ A comprehensive and timely companion to current debates and possible areas of future development in Joyce studies ✤✤ Offers new critical readings of several of Joyce’s works, including Dubliners, A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, and Ulysses READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate students studying modernism, twentieth-century literature, Irish literature or the modern novel

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new in paperback

Edited by DAVID PAROISSIEN University of Massachusetts, USA

✤✤ Puts Dickens’ work into its literary, historical, and social contexts ✤✤ Traces the development of Dickens’ career as a journalist and novelist ✤✤ Includes original essays by leading Dickensian scholars on each of Dickens’ 15 novels ✤✤ Explores a broad range of topics, including criticisms of his novels, the use of history and law in his fiction, language, and the effect of political and social reform ✤✤ Examines Dickens’ legacy and surveys the mass of secondary materials that has been generated in response and reverence to his writing

Literature

A Companion to Charles Dickens

READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate students, English literature instructors, and informed general readers SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO LITERATURE AND CULTURE

APR 2011  536PP  978-0-470-65794-2  PR  £29.99  €38.90 CL (2008) 978-1-4051-3097-4

A Companion to Satire

new in paperback

Ancient and Modern

Edited by RUBEN QUINTERO California State University, USA

✤✤ A survey of satire from its emergence in Western literature to the present ✤✤ Tracks satire from its first appearances in the prophetic books of the Old Testament through the Renaissance and the English tradition in satire to Michael Moore’s satirical movie Fahrenheit 9/11 ✤✤ Highlights the important influence of the Bible in the literary and cultural development of Western satire ✤✤ Focused mainly on major classical and European influences on works of English satire, but also explores the complex and fertile cultural cross-semination within the tradition of literary satire READERSHIP: Students of satire in departments of English literature, world literature, modern languages, classics or cultural studies; researchers and faculty in these areas; general readers SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO LITERATURE AND CULTURE

APR 2011  624PP  978-0-470-65795-9  PR  £29.99  €38.90  CL (2006) 978-1-4051-1955-9

A Companion to Poetic Genre Edited by ERIK MARTINY University of Aix-En-Provence, France

✤✤ Covers a large range of poetic cultural traditions from Britain, Ireland, North America, Japan, and the Caribbean ✤✤ Provides critical overviews of many genres from their initial stages to their most recent renderings ✤✤ The only full-length critical collection to deal with modern adaptations of poetic genres ✤✤ Contributors include Bernard O’Donoghue, Stephen Burt, Jahan Ramazani, and many other notable scholars of poetry and poetics READERSHIP: Upper-level undergraduates, postgraduates, and scholars of poetry and literature SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO LITERATURE AND CULTURE

APR 2011  608PP  978-1-4443-3673-3  CL  £110.00  €142.00

A Companion to the American Novel Edited by ALFRED BENDIXEN Texas A&M University, USA

✤✤ A comprehensive treatment of the development of the novel in the United States from 1780 to the present day ✤✤ Provides a historical overview, paying special attention to the interaction of cultural forces and aesthetic principles ✤✤ Illuminates the themes and techniques of an exceptionally broad range of genres, including the Gothic, science fiction, and detective writing ✤✤ Offers original interpretations of individual novels, drawing on the latest scholarship ✤✤ Includes remarks on the nature of the American novel by a wide range of writers, both living and dead READERSHIP: Undergraduates, postgraduates and faculty of American literature or the American novel SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO LITERATURE AND CULTURE

APR 2011  600PP  978-1-4051-0119-6  CL  £110.00  €142.00

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Literature / Linguistics / Film & TV Studies

A Companion to the Literature and Culture of the American West Edited by NICOLAS S. WITSCHI Western Michigan University, USA

✤✤ Offers a comprehensive approach to the wide range of cultural expressions originating in the west ✤✤ Focuses on the intersections, complexities, and challenges found within and between the different historical and cultural groups that define the west’s various distinctive regions ✤✤ Addresses traditionally familiar icons and ideas about the west (such as cowboys, wide-open spaces, and violence) and their intersections with urbanization and other regional complexities ✤✤ Features essays written by many of the leading scholars in western American cultural studies READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate and graduate level students for courses in American Literature and Culture; also for academics SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO LITERATURE AND CULTURE

APR 2011  576PP  978-1-4051-8733-6  CL  £110.00  €142.00

A Grammar of Old English RICHARD M. HOGG Late of University of Manchester, UK

✤✤ Takes account of major developments both in the field of Old English studies and in linguistic theory ✤✤ Takes full advantage of the Dictionary of Old English project at Toronto, and includes full cross-references to the DOE data ✤✤ Fully utilizes work in phonemic and generative theory and related topics ✤✤ Provides material crucial for future research both in diachronic and synchronic phonology and in historical sociolinguistics READERSHIP: Faculty and researchers within linguistics; advanced undergraduate and graduate students of Old English within linguistics or English literature

DEC 2010  368PP  978-1-4443-3933-8  PR  £40.00  €53.90

Cult Cinema An Introduction

ERNEST MATHIJS & JAMIE SEXTON University of British Columbia, Canada; Northumbria University, UK

✤✤ An overview and analysis of subculture-driven film, introducing the major areas of debate around cult movies: reception, aesthetics, and politics/theory ✤✤ Explores prominent cult topics, like fandom, subculture, taste, auteurs, stars, fanzines, and festivals ✤✤ Includes numerous case studies of (in)famous cult movies like The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Donnie Darko, Casablanca, Eraserhead, and The Lord of the Rings ✤✤ Offers exhaustive bibliography and a glossary of cult-related language READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate students of film, particularly in classes on underground film

MAY 2011  304PP  978-1-4051-7373-5  PR  £19.99  €25.90  /  978-1-4051-7374-2  CL  £60.00  €77.90

The Hollywood Romantic Comedy LEGER GRINDON Middlebury College, USA

✤✤ The most up-to-date study of the Hollywood romantic comedy film, this book examines the history and conventions of the genre and surveys the controversies arising from the critical responses to these films ✤✤ Provides a detailed interpretation of ten classic romantic comedy films from as early as 1932 to movies made in the twenty-first century ✤✤ Presents a full analysis of the range of romantic comedy conventions, including dramatic conflicts, characters, plots, settings, and the function of humor ✤✤ Develops a theory of historical cycles and clusters and builds a canon of key films from Hollywood’s classical era right up to the present day

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Approaches and Case Studies

Edited by RICHARD MALTBY, DANIEL BILTEREYST & PHILIPPE MEERS Flinders University of South Australia, Australia; University of Ghent, Belgium; University of Antwerp, Belgium

✤✤ One of the first volumes to use empirical evidence to present new findings on cinema’s historical role in commerce, politics, and culture ✤✤ Collects the work of scholars from multiple disciplines within the social sciences to provide a unique and multifaceted analysis of cinema history ✤✤ Chronicles the history of cinema’s audiences, giving consideration to demographic changes, political shifts, and evolving cultural norms READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate students studying cinema

APR 2011  304PP  978-1-4051-9949-0  PR  £21.99  €27.90  /  978-1-4051-9950-6  CL  £55.00  €71.90

A Companion to Alfred Hitchcock Edited by THOMAS LEITCH & LELAND POAGUE University of Delaware, USA; Iowa State University, USA

✤✤ The most comprehensive volume ever on the Master of Suspense, Alfred Hitchcock ✤✤ Contains 30 chapters from leading Hitchcock scholars ✤✤ Covers his long career, from his earliest contributions to other directors’ silent films to his last, uncompleted, film ✤✤ Details the enduring legacy he left to filmmakers and audiences alike ✤✤ Places Hitchcock in a broader cultural and intellectual context READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates taking courses in Hitchcock and film studies, as well as Hitchcock fans and film enthusiasts SERIES: WILEY-BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO FILM DIRECTORS

APR 2011  552PP  978-1-4051-8538-7  CL  £110.00  €142.00

Godard’s Contempt

Essays from the London Consortium

COLIN MacCABE & LAURA MULVEY

Film & TV Studies / Cultural & Media Studies

Explorations in New Cinema History

University of Pittsburgh, USA; Birbeck College, University of London, UK

✤✤ Combining work from established film critics and the very freshest of voices, this collection brings to bear a wide range of cultural and disciplinary backgrounds on one of the most intriguing films of the twentieth century ✤✤ Incorporates essays from students studying in the London Consortium, a partnership of five institutions including the Architectural Association, Birkbeck, University of London, the Institute of Contemporary Arts, the Science Museum, and the Tate ✤✤ Contains an introduction and post-script from the editors READERSHIP: Academics and researchers in film studies SERIES: CRITICAL QUARTERLY BOOK SERIES

APR 2011  144PP  978-1-4443-3931-4  PR  £17.99  €23.90

A Companion to Latina/o Studies

new in paperback

Edited by JUAN FLORES & RENATO ROSALDO Both of New York University, USA

✤✤ Brings together in one volume a diverse range of original essays by established and emerging scholars in the field of Latina/o Studies ✤✤ Offers a timely reference to the issues, topics, and approaches to the study of U.S. Latinos – now the largest minority population in the United States ✤✤ Explores the depth of creative scholarship in this field, including theories of latinismo, immigration, political and economic perspectives, education, race/class/gender and sexuality, language, and religion ✤✤ Considers areas of broader concern, including history, identity, public representations, cultural expression and racialization (including African and Native American heritage) READERSHIP: Upper level undergraduates, graduates, and scholars in Latino studies, race and ethnicity studies, American studies, and postcolonial and Diaspora studies SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS IN CULTURAL STUDIES

APR 2011  560PP  978-0-470-65826-0  PR  £24.99  €32.90

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The Architect’s Brain

new in paperback

Cultural & Media Studies / Communication Studies & Journalism

Neuroscience, Creativity, and Architecture

HARRY FRANCIS MALLGRAVE Illinois Institute of Technology, USA

✤✤ The first book to explore the relationship between neuroscience and architecture ✤✤ Explores various moments of architectural thought over the last 500 years as a cognitive manifestation of philosophical, psychological, and physiological theory ✤✤ Looks at architectural thought through the lens of the remarkable insights of contemporary neuroscience ✤✤ Demonstrates the neurological justification for some very timeless architectural ideas, from the multisensory nature of the architectural experience to the essential relationship of ambiguity and metaphor to creative thinking READERSHIP: Architects, students of architecture, those involved with the cognitive and neurosciences

MAY 2011  288PP  978-0-470-65825-3  PR  £19.99  €25.90 CL (2010) 978-1-4051-9585-0

Participatory Journalism Guarding Open Gates at Online Newspapers

Edited by JANE B. SINGER University of Iowa, USA

✤✤ Based on a collaborative research project by a team of journalism scholars from Europe, North America and Israel ✤✤ Original data throughout, in the form of in-depth interviews with 67 journalists at leading news organizations in ten Western democracies ✤✤ Provides a unique model of the news-making process and its openness to user participation in five stages ✤✤ Each chapter presents the views of journalists in many nations, highlighting both similarities and differences, both national and individual READERSHIP: Upper-level graduate students of journalism, specifically on-line journalism, communication studies, international journalism; post-graduate courses in these areas; practising journalists

MAY 2011  320PP  978-1-4443-3227-8  PR  £22.99  €29.90  /  978-1-4443-3226-1  CL  £55.00  €71.90

Net Locality

Why Location Matters in a Networked World

ERIC GORDON & ADRIANA DE SOUZA E SILVA Emerson College, USA; IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark

✤✤ The first book-length treatment of location-based media ✤✤ Provides an introduction to the important new theory of Net Locality ✤✤ Describes net locality as an emerging form of location awareness central to all aspects of digital media, from mobile phones to online maps to location-based social networks and games ✤✤ Outlines the impact on individuals and societies when everything is locatable or located ✤✤ Warns of the dangers that these technologies can present while also outlining the opportunities and the potential for pro-social developments READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate students taking courses in digital media, communication, sociology and humancomputer interaction

APR 2011  208PP  978-1-4051-8060-3  PR  £17.99  €23.90  /  978-1-4051-8061-0  CL  £45.00  €57.90

Castells and the Media

polity

PHILIP HOWARD University of Washington

✤✤ Concise introduction to the key thinker Manuel Castells and his relation to media and communication. As with all volumes in the Theory and Media series, this book is written specifically for undergraduate students of media and communication. ✤✤ Introduces the key concepts in Castells work and puts them in the context of other work on media. ✤✤ Includes an appendix of exercises for the classroom. ✤✤ Written by an internationally renowned scholar of new media and politics. READERSHIP: Undergraduates and lower level graduates in sociology, communication studies and media studies SERIES: THEORY AND MEDIA

MAY 2011  160PP  978-0-7456-5259-7  PR  £12.99  €16.90  /  978-0-7456-5258-0  CL  £45.00  €57.90

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European Media STYLIANOS PAPATHANASSOPOULOS & RALPH M. NEGRINE National University of Athens; University of Sheffield

✤✤ Fresh and up-to-date introduction to the media in Europe and their global significance ✤✤ Provides a clear and concise account of the structures, dynamics and realities of the changing face of media in Europe ✤✤ Shows how Europe offers an ideal context for examining interactions between global, regional and national media processes ✤✤ Considers cutting-edge topics including the development of new media in Europe and the emergence of a European public sphere and identity. READERSHIP: Students at the upper level taking modules on European Media primarily, or as background reading for modules on global media, or general media studies SERIES: GLOBAL MEDIA AND COMMUNICATION

JUN 2011  242PP  978-0-7456-4475-2  PR  £16.99  €21.90  /  978-0-7456-4474-5  CL  £55.00  €71.90

Landscapes of Capital

polity

Representing Time, Space, and Globalization in Corporate Advertising

ROBERT GOLDMAN & STEPHEN PAPSON Lewis & Clark College; St Lawrence University

✤✤ A cutting edge exploration of corporate advertisements of the past two decades ✤✤ Uses semiotic analysis to show how advertising feeds into our imaginative model of the global capitalist landscape ✤✤ Written by two leading scholars of advertising and consumer culture, whose past books in this area have been bestsellers

Media & Communication Studies

polity

Structures, Policies and Identity

✤✤ Supported by a website including hours of ad footage and analysis READERSHIP: The book is written for upper level undergraduate students of sociology, political economy, and cultural studies. It will also be of interest to students of global studies.

FEB 2011  224PP  978-0-7456-5208-5  PR  £17.99  €23.90  /  978-0-7456-5207-8  CL  £55.00  €71.90

Dissent in Organizations

polity

JEFFREY KASSING Arizona State University

✤✤ Second volume in Polity’s new organizational communication series ✤✤ Introduces the key topic of dissent in the workplace for undergraduate students ✤✤ Shows the links between research on dissent and broader topics in organizational communication such as conflict, organizational change, and leadership ✤✤ Is designed to work as a supplementary textbook, complementing broader overviews ✤✤ Written by a scholar who is noted for cutting edge research in this area READERSHIP: Upper level undergraduate and graduate level students taking courses on organizational communication, management communication, and related modules SERIES: KEY THEMES IN ORGANIZATIONAL COMMUNICATION

JUN 2011  200PP  9780-7456-5140-8  pr  £15.99  € 20.90  /  9780-7456-5139-2  cl  £55.00  €71.90

Making is Connecting

polity

The Social Meaning of creativity from DIY and knitting to YouTube and Web2.0

DAVID GAUNTLETT University of Westminster

✤✤ Sets out a compelling argument for the importance of making things and creativity for social wellbeing. ✤✤ Argues that both online and offline, making things can foster deeper connections with the world and other people and that this can be used productively for society. ✤✤ Uses a range of vibrant examples, from YouTube and Twitter to knitting and guerrilla gardening. ✤✤ Written by a best-selling media scholar. READERSHIP: Students of new media, cultural studies, audience studies and sociology as well as general readership

MAR 2011  278PP  978-0-7456-5002-9  PR  £15.99  €20.90  /  978-0-7456-5001-2  CL  £50.00  €71.90

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Participatory Journalism

Media & Communication Studies

Guarding Open Gates at Online Newspapers

Edited by JANE B. SINGER University of Iowa, USA

✤✤ Based on a collaborative research project by a team of journalism scholars from Europe, North America and Israel ✤✤ Original data throughout, in the form of in-depth interviews with 67 journalists at leading news organizations in ten Western democracies ✤✤ Provides a unique model of the news-making process and its openness to user participation in five stages ✤✤ Each chapter presents the views of journalists in many nations, highlighting both similarities and differences, both national and individual READERSHIP: Upper-level graduate students of journalism, specifically on-line journalism, communication studies, international journalism; post-graduate courses in these areas; practising journalists

MAY 2011  320PP  978-1-4443-3227-8  PR  £22.99  €29.90  /  978-1-4443-3226-1  CL  £55.00  €71.90

Net Locality

Why Location Matters in a Networked World

ERIC GORDON & ADRIANA DE SOUZA E SILVA Emerson College, USA; IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark

✤✤ The first book-length treatment of location-based media ✤✤ Provides an introduction to the important new theory of Net Locality ✤✤ Describes net locality as an emerging form of location awareness central to all aspects of digital media, from mobile phones to online maps to location-based social networks and games ✤✤ Outlines the impact on individuals and societies when everything is locatable or located ✤✤ Warns of the dangers that these technologies can present while also outlining the opportunities and the potential for pro-social developments READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate students taking courses in digital media, communication, sociology and humancomputer interaction

APR 2011  208PP  978-1-4051-8060-3  PR  £17.99  €23.90  /  978-1-4051-8061-0  CL  £45.00  €57.90

The Handbook of Children, Media, and Development

new in paperback

Edited by SANDRA L. CALVERT & BARBARA J. WILSON Georgetown University, USA; University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, USA

✤✤ Brings together an interdisciplinary group of experts in the fields of developmental psychology, developmental science, communication, and medicine to provide an authoritative, comprehensive look at the empirical research on media and media policies within the field ✤✤ Highlights new research, especially on digital media, developmental research, and public policy debates ✤✤ Includes helpful introductions to each section, a theoretical overview of the field, and a final chapter that offers a vision of future research ✤✤ Contributors include key, international authorities in the field READERSHIP: Students and scholars in the fields of communication, psychology, child development, and family studies SERIES: HANDBOOKS IN COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA

JAN 2011  640pp  978-1-4443-3694-8  pr  £29.99  €38.90

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

✤✤ Offers comprehensive coverage of core concepts and key debates in political economy of communication ✤✤ Combines authoritative overviews of core ideas with new case study materials and the best of contemporary theorization and research ✤✤ Features contributions from many of the best known authors in the field ✤✤ Includes an international line-up of contributors from North and Latin America, Europe, Australasia, and the Far East READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate students, and scholars in communication studies SERIES: GLOBAL MEDIA AND COMMUNICATION HANDBOOK SERIES

APR 2011  600PP  978-1-4051-8880-7  CL  £110.00  €142.00

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Edited by ROBIN MANSELL & MARC RABOY London School of Economics and Political Science, UK; McGill University, Canada

✤✤ A comprehensive assessment of policy-making analysing its importance, problems, and consequences ✤✤ The most up to date and comprehensive collection of essays from top scholars in the field ✤✤ Offers new conceptual frameworks and new methodologies for mapping the contours of emergent global media and communication policy ✤✤ 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, postgraduates, and scholars in media studies and communication studies SERIES: GLOBAL HANDBOOKS IN MEDIA AND COMMUNICATION RESEARCH

APR 2011  856pp  978-1-4051-9871-4  cl  £110.00  €142.00

Handbook of Communication and Corporate Social Responsibility Edited by OVYIND IHLEN, JENNIFER BARTLETT & STEVE MAY University of Oslo, Norway; Queensland University of Technology, Australia; University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA

✤✤ First definitive reference book to appear on corporate social responsibility from a communication-based perspective ✤✤ Truly international in content – editors and contributors span the globe ✤✤ Features contributions from Public Relations, Organizational Communication, Reputation Management, and Marketing scholars ✤✤ Shows how theories of discourse, internal communication, cognitive psychology, reputation and rhetoric enrich our understanding of CSR communication and how this influences the way organizations should be managed READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates and graduate students in public relations, organizational communication, and business management SERIES: GLOBAL HANDBOOKS IN MEDIA AND COMMUNICATION RESEARCH

JUN 2011  560PP  978-1-4443-3634-4  CL  £110.00  €142.00

The Handbook of Media Audiences Edited by VIRGINIA NIGHTINGALE University of Western Sydney, Australia

Media & Communication Studies / Sociology

The Handbook of Global Media and Communication Policy

✤✤ Details the study of audiences and how the field is changing in relation to digital media ✤✤ Recognizes and appreciates valuable traditional approaches and identifies how they can be applied to, and evolve with, the changing media world ✤✤ Offers diverse perspectives from which being an audience, theorizing audiences, researching audiences, and doing audience research are approached today ✤✤ Argues that the field works best by identifying particular ‘audience problems’ and applying the best theories and research methods available to solving them ✤✤ Includes contributions from some of the most outstanding international scholars in the field READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate students taking courses in media, cultural studies, media ethnography, media production, and communication SERIES: GLOBAL HANDBOOKS IN MEDIA AND COMMUNICATION RESEARCH

MAR 2011  600pp  978-1-4051-8418-2  cl  £110.00  €142.00

The Night Cleaner

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FLORENCE AUBENAS ✤✤ This is the first publication in English of a book that is an international bestseller. It went straight to number one in France, where it was first published, and it is a bestseller in many other countries. ✤✤ The book tells the story of a well-known journalist who goes undercover to find out what it really means to be unemployed and trying to find work in the midst of the worst recession since the Great Depression. ✤✤ She describes what it’s like to go from one employment office to another, one person looking for work along with dozens of others, with no special skills or qualifications. Eventually she manages to find a few hours work on a night ferry that crosses the English channel. ✤✤ Beautifully written, this book enables people to understand what the economic crisis really means today for the people who are suffering most from it. READERSHIP: Interested general reader, as well as students of economics and politics

MAR 2011  184PP  978-0-7456-5199-6  CL  £14.99  €19.90

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Collateral Damage

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Sociology

Social Inequalities in a Global Age

ZYGMUNT BAUMAN ✤✤ Zygmunt Bauman is one of the most original and influential social thinkers of our time. This new book focuses on social inequality. ✤✤ Poverty is often seen as a problem of law and order, but this obscures the social roots of inequality, which lie in the combination of a consumerist life philosophy and the shrinking life chances available to the poor. ✤✤ The poor are the collateral damage of a profit-driven, consumer-oriented society – they are ‘aliens inside’ who are deprived of the rights enjoyed by other members of society. This book represents a significant new advance on Bauman’s previous writings on liquid modernity. ✤✤ Here he confronts systematically and for the first time the phenomenon of social inequality in our contemporary global age. ✤✤ Bauman has a large following and his books are widely read outside of higher education. This book will also appeal to students in sociology, politics, cultural studies and related subjects. READERSHIP: First year students and above in sociology, politics and the interested general reader

MAY 2011  224PP  978-0-7456-5295-5  PR  £14.99  €19.90  /  978-0-7456-5294-8  CL  £50.00  €65.90

Reinventing Political Culture

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The Power of Culture versus the Culture of Power

JEFFREY C. GOLDFARB New School for Social Research

✤✤ An astute and concise book that re-thinks the concept of political culture for today’s world, and explores shifts in political ideologies in action. ✤✤ Uses 3 examples of changing political cultures in order to explore the full potential of the concept: the collapse of the Soviet empire, the rise of Obama in the US, and the case of Israel/Palestine. ✤✤ Written in a very readable and engaging prose that will make it accessible to students at all levels, whilst making a powerful statement that scholars will want to engage with, too. ✤✤ Written by a respected figure in the field, drawing on his own scholarly as well as personal engagements with shifts in political culture. READERSHIP: Upper-level students and scholars of political sociology, comparative politics, social and political theory, and related areas

JUN 2011  200PP  978-0-7456-4637-4  PR  £15.99  €19.90  /  978-0-7456-4636-7  CL  £55.00  €71.90

Jewish Memory and the Cosmopolitan Order

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NATAN SZNAIDER Academic College of Tel Aviv

✤✤ This book weaves together an original argument about cosmopolitanism, and a plea for what the author calls ‘rooted cosmopolitanism’, with an historical argument about Jewish memory in relation to the Holocaust. ✤✤ The book is unusual in that it tells the intellectual history of several important, but recently neglected, thinkers and their work on Jewish national memory and politics in the immediate aftermath of the Holocaust, including Hannah Arendt, Rafael Lemkin, and Hersh Lauterpacht. ✤✤ The author is a well-known sociologist who has worked closely with Ulrich Beck and has published several books on the Holocaust and cosmopolitanism. READERSHIP: Students of Jewish studies and Holocaust studies, with a modest sell into social theory and political theory

JUN 2011  200PP  978-0-7456-4796-8  PR  £15.99  €20.90  /  978-0-7456-4795-1  CL  £50.00  €65.90

Changing Difference

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CATHERINE MALABOU University of Paris-X Nanterre

✤✤ Catherine Malabou is a French feminist philosopher who was a student of Derrida and co-authored a book with him. ✤✤ She is a rising star of French philosophy and has a high reputation in the English speaking world. This is the first of several books by her that Polity will publish. ✤✤ This book deals with fundamental issues in contemporary feminist theory – especially the notion of difference. READERSHIP: Students of philosophy and gender studies as well as students of literary and cultural theory.

MAY 2011  180PP  978-0-745-65109-5  PR  £14.99  €19.90  /  978-0-745-65108-8  CL  £45.00  €57.90

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Subcultural Theory J. PATRICK WILLIAMS Nanyang Technological University

✤✤ Up-to-date introduction to the study of subcultures, with a particular emphasis on theoretical approaches. ✤✤ Synthesizes a huge body of literature and shows how the field has developed over the years. ✤✤ Includes a wide variety of examples to ground the theory, including mod, punk, hardcore, straightedge, messenger, goth, riot grrrl, hip-hop, skinhead, and extreme metal, among others. ✤✤ Shows how the subcultural approach compares with rival approaches including fandom and social movement study. READERSHIP: Mid to upper level undergraduates taking courses on subcultures, sociology of culture, youth culture and related cultural studies and sociology modules

JUN 2011  216PP  978-0-7456-4388-5  PR  £16.99  €21.90  /  978-0-7456-4387-8  CL  £55.00  €71.90

The Wiley-Blackwell Companion to Major Social Theorists Edited by GEORGE RITZER & JEFFREY STEPNISKY University of Maryland, USA; Grant MacEwan University in Edmonton, USA

✤✤ Reflecting emerging research and ongoing reassessments of social theory, this two volume set offers significant updates and revisions to the original Blackwell Companion published a decade ago. ✤✤ Volume 1 includes six new essays featuring coverage of theorists not included in original volume: Ibn Khaldun, de Tocqueville, Schumpeter, Mannheim, Veblen, and Adorno ✤✤ Volume 2 includes 11 new essays featuring coverage of theorists not included in original volume, including Deleuze, Bauman, Smith, Luhmann, Agamben, and others ✤✤ Essays placed in social and historical context to allow readers to see how theorists have responded to pressing contemporary social and political issues READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate and graduate level students for courses in social theory; and for social theorists and scholars interested in cultural studies, literary theory, economics, political science, and psychology

Sociology / Environmental Studies

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Traditions & Concepts

SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO SOCIOLOGY

APR 2011  1232PP  978-1-4443-3078-6  CL  £240.00  €309.00

Norbert Elias and Figurational Sociology Edited by NORMAN GABRIEL & STEPHEN MENNELL University of Plymouth, UK; University College Dublin, Ireland

✤✤ Explores how Elias’ writings retain their significance and relevance in the twenty-first century ✤✤ Explains how some areas are still not aware of this sociologist, however there are now energetic research networks using his ideas in every continent ✤✤ An exploration of the international dimensions and multi-disciplinary aspects of his work ✤✤ Includes a selection of some of the most exciting empirical research that is presently being conducted using what has become known as ‘figurational sociology’ READERSHIP: Academics, researchers and upper level graduates of sociology

MAY 2011  200PP  978-1-4443-3957-4  PR  £17.99  €23.90

Climate Change and Society

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JOHN URRY University of Lancaster

✤✤ This is the first book to develop a proper sociology of climate change and will be an excellent companion to Tony Giddens’ The Politics of Climate Change. ✤✤ It could become a key text in what is certain to become an increasingly important part of the teaching curriculum in sociology and politics it will also be widely used in environmental studies courses. ✤✤ This also has the potential to reach a wider general readership as well, as with After the Car. ✤✤ John Urry is one of the leading sociologists in the UK and his books are well-known and very successful. READERSHIP: Students and scholars of sociology, social studies and the interested general reader

MAY 2011  200PP  978-0-7456-5037-1  PR  £15.99  €20.90  /  978-0-7456-5036-4  CL  £55.00  €65.90

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Fish

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Environmental Studies / Anthropology & Archaeology

ELIZABETH DESOMBRE & J. SAMUEL BARKIN Wellesley College; University of Florida

✤✤ This is the third title in Polity’s Resources series, offering lively and compelling analyses of the political struggles to gain access to and control of key global resources. ✤✤ Offers a critical account of the current battles over limited fish stocks and the potential crisis this poses for the global fishing industry. ✤✤ Explores a range of sustainable solutions available to governments, the fishing industry and consumers. ✤✤ A great introductory text for general readers and students of environmental studies, geography, resource politics and fisheries management. READERSHIP: Students of politics, geography, environmental studies, natural resources management and general readers interested in current affairs SERIES: RESOURCES

APR 2011  200PP  978-0-7456-5020-3  PR  £12.99  €16.90  /  978-0-7456-5019-7  CL  £40.00  €51.90

Living Language

An Introduction to Linguistic Anthropology

LAURA AHEARN Rutgers University, USA

✤✤ A highly accessible introduction to the study of language in real-life social contexts around the world ✤✤ Combines classic studies on language and cutting-edge contemporary scholarship ✤✤ Provides a unifying synthesis of current research and considers future directions for the field ✤✤ Covers key topics such as: language and gender; race, and ethnicity; language acquisition and socialization in children and adults; language death and revitalization; performance; language and thought; literacy practices; and multilingualism and globalization READERSHIP: Undergraduates in anthropology, especially those studying linguistic anthropology; students in linguistics, sociolinguistics, and culture & communication

APR 2011  256pp  978-1-4051-2441-6  pr  £19.99  €25.90  /  978-1-4051-2440-9  cl  £55.00  €71.90

Race

Are We So Different?

ALAN H. GOODMAN, YOLANDA T. MOSES & JOSEPH L. JONES WITH THE AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGICAL SOCIETY Hampshire College, USA; University of California, Riverside, USA; American Anthropological Association, USA

✤✤ Accessible and fascinating look at the history of the idea of race, with an emphasis on the evolution of our scientific understandings of race versus our popular notions ✤✤ Includes engaging short essays by noted anthropologists to illustrate personal, historical, and scientific concepts of race ✤✤ Explores the contemporary experience of race and racism in the United States, and the often-invisible ways race influences laws, customs, and social institutions ✤✤ Illustrated in full colour with images from the popular American public education project and museum exhibit: RACE: Are We So Different? READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate courses in race studies, ethnic studies, cultural anthropology, biological anthropology, and sociology of race; visitors to one of the three parallel museum exhibits, and members of the general public interested in the topic of race

MAY 2011  224pp  978-0-470-65714-0  pr  £14.99  €19.90  /  978-0-470-65713-3  cl  £35.00  €43.90

Perspectives on Modern South Asia A Reader in Culture, History, and Representation

Edited by KAMALA VISWESWARAN University of Texas, Austin, USA

✤✤ Presents an exciting core collection of essays drawn from anthropology, literary and cultural studies, history, sociology, economics, and political science to reveal the complexities of a region that is home to a fifth of humanity ✤✤ Provides an interdisciplinary overview of the origins and development of the eight nations comprising modern South Asia ✤✤ Explores South Asia’s common cultures, languages and religions and their relationship to its ethnic and national differences ✤✤ Features essays that examine the central dynamics of South Asia as an important cultural, political, and economic region of the world

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Edited by FRANCES E. MASCIA-LEES Rutgers University, USA

✤✤ Ground-breaking work on the body and embodiment, presenting the latest scholarship from anthropology and related social science fields ✤✤ Original chapters cover historical and contemporary approaches and highlight new research frameworks ✤✤ Explores concepts that include body politics, the senses, affect, and emotion, as well as new far-reaching analyses of gender, racial, and sexual difference, and of bodies embedded in a range of political-economic contexts, including colonialism, late capitalism, neoliberalism, and post-socialism ✤✤ Reflects the increasing importance of embodiment and its ethnographic contexts within anthropology ✤✤ Highlights the increasing emphasis on examining the production of scientific, technological, and medical expertise in studying bodies and embodiment READERSHIP: Scholars and graduate students in anthropology and anthropology of the body, gender, medical anthropology, and science and technology studies SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO ANTHROPOLOGY

APR 2011  640PP  978-1-4051-8949-1  CL  £110.00  €142.00

A Companion to Cognitive Anthropology Edited by DAVID B. KRONENFELD, GIOVANNI BENNARDO, VICTOR DE MUNCK & MICHAEL D. FISCHER University of California, Riverside, USA; Northern Illinois University, USA; SUNY, New Paltz, USA; University of Kent, UK

✤✤ Presents 29 articles from leading scholars, that trace the development of cognitive anthropology from its beginnings in the late 1950s to the present, as well as projecting where research might lead in the near future ✤✤ Provides examples of contemporary research, as well as an overview of cognitive and cultural structures

Anthropology & Archaeology

A Companion to the Anthropology of the Body and Embodiment

✤✤ Essential reading and reference for anyone interested in the questions of what culture is and how it is related to cognition READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate courses in cognitive anthropology, psychology, linguistics, and sociology SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO ANTHROPOLOGY

APR 2011  616pp  978-1-4051-8778-7  cl  £110.00  €142.00

A Companion to the Anthropology of Education Edited by BRADLEY A. U. LEVINSON & MICA POLLOCK Indiana University, USA; Harvard University, USA

✤✤ Presents a comprehensive and state-of-the-art overview of the field of anthropology of education ✤✤ Includes contributions by top educational anthropologists such as Harry Wolcott and Julio Cammarota ✤✤ Explores both theoretical and applied approaches to cultural diversity in educational settings around the world, in both formal and nonformal contexts ✤✤ Examines the impacts of historical systems, culturally diverse educational processes, language policies, governmental mandates, literacy, and multiculturalism READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate courses in anthropology of education, multicultural education, social foundations of education, and educational policy SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO ANTHROPOLOGY

APR 2011  616pp  978-1-4051-9005-3  cl  £110.00  €142.00

NAPA Bulletin, Number 33 Intersections of Faith and Development in Local and Global Contexts KERI VACANTI BRONDO & TARA HEFFERAN University of Memphis, USA; Central Michigan University, USA

✤✤ Focuses on anthropological analyses of and engagements with Christian faith-based organizations (FBOs) ✤✤ Examines the varied and shifting meanings of religiosity, volunteerism, “doing good,” development, charity, and justice ✤✤ Calls for a greater understanding of the macro-level promises and pitfalls of increasing reliance on FBOs to design and deliver social services and development ✤✤ Redresses the imbalance of anthropological studies that have focused on the role of secular NGOs READERSHIP: Advanced students, researchers and academics in Anthropology SERIES: NAPA BULLETIN

SEP 2010  200pp  978-1-4443-3911-6  pr  £12.50  €15.00

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The Wiley-Blackwell Companion to Human Geography

Human Geography / Finance / Economics

Edited by JOHN AGNEW & JAMES S. DUNCAN University of California, Los Angeles, USA; University of Cambridge, UK

✤✤ This volume provides an up-to-date, authoritative synthesis of the discipline of human geography ✤✤ Written and edited by the world’s leading authorities in the discipline ✤✤ Divided into three major sections: Foundations (the history of human geography from Ancient Greece to the late nineteenth century); The Classics (the roots of modern human geography); Contemporary Approaches (current issues and themes in human geography) ✤✤ Each contemporary issue is examined by two contributors offering distinctive perspectives on the same theme READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate students of human geography SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO GEOGRAPHY

APR 2011  616PP  978-1-4051-8989-7  £110.00  €142.00

Place, Exclusion and Mortgage Markets MANUEL B. AALBERS University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands

✤✤ Provides an in-depth and interdisciplinary examination of mortgage market exclusion and the practice of redlining ✤✤ Explores exclusion in mortgage markets across three different countries - the U.S.A., Italy, and the Netherlands ✤✤ Analyzes and connects the literature on social exclusion and financial exclusion ✤✤ Reveals how redlining is also established through interaction of several spatial scales: neighbourhood, urban, regional, national, and global ✤✤ Offers fresh insights and much needed analytical clarity to shape our understanding of the broader implications of contemporary urban exclusion processes READERSHIP: Upper-level undergraduates, graduate students, and faculty in urban geography, housing, urban planning, and sociology SERIES: STUDIES IN URBAN AND SOCIAL CHANGE

APR 2011  240pp  978-1-4051-9658-1  £19.99  €25.90  /  978-1-4051-9657-4  cl  £55.00  €71.90

Managerial Accounting CHARLES E. DAVIS & ELIZABETH B. DAVIS ✤✤ 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 Students and Lecturers, Business Professionals

NOV 2010  752pp  978-0-470-92649-9  pr  £43.50  €52.00

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

✤✤ Introduces challenging accounting concepts with examples that are familiar to accountants ✤✤ Integrates the latest IFRS/IASB standards ✤✤ Offers new material on foreign currency translation and LCM ✤✤ Focuses on risk management as a result of the financial crisis ✤✤ The examples featured throughout the book emphasize current examples in order to help accountants make the connection to their everyday lives READERSHIP: Accounting Lecturers and Students, Accountants

APR 2011  1288PP  978-0-470-64646-5  pr  £59.99  €72.00

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SIMON HUBBERT Birkbeck University of London

✤✤ Provides timely coverage of mathematical risk management for Masters Level students ✤✤ Presented as a self contained mathematical journey from the early ideas of risk quantification up to the sophisticated models and approaches of the present day ✤✤ Includes several chapters on toolkits of mathemetics and statistics for risk management READERSHIP: Masters Level students taking courses in Mathematical Risk Management, Financial Risk Management, Quantitative Finance and Mathematical Finance

JUN 2011  512pp  978-0-470-72114-8  pr  £36.99  €44.40

The Companion to Maritime Economics

Finance / Economics

Mathematical Risk Management

Edited by WAYNE TALLEY Old Dominion University, USA

✤✤ Represents the new standard resource for any and all issues relating to maritime issues ✤✤ Features contributions from the most respected international specialists in the field ✤✤ Offers up-to-date insights into all facets of shipping history, domestic rivers and canals vs. international high seas shipping, ferry and cruise ship service, legal issues, and insurance ✤✤ Provides a standard economic analysis of issues relating to shipping and port maintenance ✤✤ Addresses topical concerns such as piracy, environmental dumping, and nuclear terrorism in ports READERSHIP: Students of economics

JUN 2011  688pp  978-1-4443-3024-3  cl  £110.00  €142.00

The World Economy Global Trade Policy 2010

DAVID GREENAWAY University of Nottingham, UK

✤✤ Examines key issues pertinent to the multinational trading system, as well as regional trade arrangements and policy developments at the national level ✤✤ Provides up-to-date assessments of the World Trade Organization’s current Trade Policy Reviews ✤✤ A vital resource for researchers, analysts and policy-advisors interested in trade policy and other open economy issues READERSHIP: Upper level undergraduates, graduates and researchers of international economics, agencies and individuals involved with trade policy issues SERIES: WORLD ECONOMY SPECIAL ISSUES

MAR 2011  200pp  978-1-4443-3906-2  pr  £19.99  €25.90

Economic Policy 66 Edited by GEORGES DE MENIL, RICHARD PORTES, HANS-WERNER SINN, TULLIO JAPPELLI, PHILIP LANE, PHILIPPE MARTIN & JAN VAN OURS Delta ENS, France; London Business School, UK; University of Munich, Germany; University of Naples, Italy; Trinity College Dublin, Ireland; 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 ✤✤ Economic Policy has earned a reputation around the world as the one publication that always identifies current and emerging policy topics early ✤✤ 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 READERSHIP: Economists, economists in international economic agencies, and economists in research centre economics faculty, undergraduates and postgraduates, business and governments SERIES: ECONOMIC POLICY

APR 2011  256pp  978-1-4443-3870-6  pr  £25.00  €30.00

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Economics and History

Economics / LAW / Politics

Surveys in Cliometrics

Edited by DAVID GREASLEY & LES OXLEY Edinburgh University, UK; University of Canterbury, New Zealand

✤✤ Written clearly and comprehensively, allowing easy accessibility for the non-specialist reader ✤✤ Brings together the very latest research in this highly topical subject from leading scholars ✤✤ Contributions cover a broad range of areas within this subject READERSHIP: Upper level undergraduates, postgraduates, academics, and researches in economics; business professionals in public and private sectors SERIES: SURVEYS OF RECENT RESEARCH IN ECONOMICS BOOK SERIES

MAY 2011  296PP  978-1-4443-3780-8  PR  £19.99  €25.90

The Challenge of Transnational Private Regulation Conceptual and Constitutional Debates

Edited by COLIN SCOTT, FABRIZIO CAFAGGI & LINDA SENDEN University College Dublin, Ireland; European University Institute, Florence, Italy; Tilburg University, the Netherlands

✤✤ Represents the first extensive treatment of the phenomenon of transnational private regulation ✤✤ Offers conceptual and theoretical innovation in considering the significance of transnational private regulation and its relationship to governmental activity in hybrid regimes ✤✤ Analyzes constitutional issues surrounding the emergence of transnational private regulation READERSHIP: Graduate level students for courses in law, politics, sociology, and economics; academics and researchers; and policy makers involved in transnational private regulation SERIES: JOURNAL OF LAW AND SOCIETY SPECIAL ISSUES

APR 2011  176PP  978-1-4443-3927-7  £19.99  €25.90

The Two Narratives of Political Economy NICHOLAS CAPALDI & GORDON LLOYD ✤✤ Unique approach to the subject of political economy ✤✤ Cuts across philosophy, economics, and political science so it has wide readership potential ✤✤ Makes the reader understand the political debate between the traditional American and European approaches to government ✤✤ Allows the reader to understand the origins of the current political debate in the U.S. between the Republican and Democrat positions on issues to do with social and economic policy. READERSHIP: Scholars in the areas of political philosophy, economics, political science, intellectual history, history of ideas, public policy and those interested in the political economy; students in philosophy, public policy, and political science

DEC 2010  510PP  978-0-470-94829-3  CL  £33.50  €40.20

Handbook of Transnational Governance

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New Institutions and Innovations

Edited by DAVID HELD & THOMAS HALE London School of Economic and Political Science; Princeton University

✤✤ This edited volume aims to present a comprehensive overview of the new transnational governance by collecting a wide range of short articles describing the most important examples thereof. ✤✤ There is nothing like this on the market - the text provides a much-needed sense of the ‘larger picture’ of transnational governance. ✤✤ Includes more than 50 entries covering arbitration bodies, finance mechanisms and transgovernmental networks. ✤✤ The editors provide an original introductory chapter drawing the material together. READERSHIP: Undergraduate and postgraduate students taking courses on the politics of globalization and global governance

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The Strange Non-Death of Neo-Liberalism

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Politics

COLIN CROUCH Warwick Business School

✤✤ This book is a highly original analysis of the financial crisis of 2008 and its aftermath. ✤✤ Many commentators saw the financial crisis as the end of neoliberalism, but Crouch argues that neoliberalism will shrug off the challenge and persist. ✤✤ The main reason for this is that neoliberalism is not so much about free markets as it is about the dominance of the large corporation over public life, and this has been intensified, not checked, by the financial crisis and the acceptance that certain financial institutions are ‘too big to fail’. ✤✤ Crouch argues that this development is largely unavoidable and the main hope for the future is to drag large corporations fully into the realm of political debate rather than leaving them on the sidelines. ✤✤ This timely and provocative book should reach a wide general readership, as well as undergraduates and postgraduates in politics, sociology, economics and business studies. READERSHIP: Students and scholars of politics, economics, sociology and economic sociology

MAY 2011  224PP  978-0-7456-5221-4  PR  £14.99  €19.90  /  978-0-7456-5120-0  CL  £50.00  €65.90

Contemporary Politics in the Middle East

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3rd Edition

BEVERLEY MILTON-EDWARDS Queen’s University, Belfast

✤✤ This is a new edition of Beverley Milton-Edwards’ bestselling textbook on the politics of the middle east, providing the definitive introduction to the region. ✤✤ Individual chapters examine key issues such as the impact of colonialism, the development of Arab nationalist ideologies, the politics of oil, the Arab-Israeli conflict, democratization, Islamism, and the politics of ethnicity and gender. ✤✤ This new edition features substantial expansion and revision throughout, taking full account of the latest developments in the politics of the region. ✤✤ This new edition is fully illustrated, featuring a wealth of maps, photographs, tables and text boxes, as well as updated reading guides and questions for class discussion. READERSHIP: Students of comparative politics and Middle Eastern studies

JUN 2011  410PP  978-0-7456-5231-3  PR  £18.99  €24.90  /  978-0-7456-5230-6  CL  £55.00  €71.90 REPLACES ISBN: 9780745635941 (PR) and 9780745635934 (CL).

Writings on War

polity

CARL SCHMITT ✤✤ This book collects three of Carl Schmitt’s most crucial pieces on the jurisprudence of war and crisis, here appearing for the first time in English. ✤✤ Carl Schmitt is widely acknowledged to be one of the most important and influential political theorists of the 20th Century. ✤✤ There is currently a major resurgence of interest in Schmitt’s work, which has been subject to much debate and re-evaluation over recent years. ✤✤ This book will be of particular interest to students and academics in political theory and political philosophy, but it will also appeal to a wider range of readers across the humanities and social sciences. READERSHIP: Graduates and academics in politics and political theory, political philosophy and legal theory.

JUN 2011  304PP  978-0-7456-5297-9  PR  £17.99  €23.90  /  978-0-7456-5296-2  CL  £60.00  €71.90

The Triumph of Politics

polity

The Return of the Left in Venezuela, Bolivia and Ecuador

GEORGE PHILIP & FRANCISCO PANIZZA London School of Economics and Political Science

✤✤ George Philip is a leading figure in the field of Latin American politics. ✤✤ The text focuses on Left-wing anti-globalizing governments in South America. ✤✤ The authors examine whether the emergence of these governments reflects a sustained decline in US hegemony and the emergence of ideological and economic alternatives. READERSHIP: Students and Scholars of globalization and Latin American politics

JUN 2011  200PP  978-0-7456-4749-4  PR  £15.99  €20.90  /  978-0-7456-4748-7  CL  £50.00  €65.90

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Hitler, Mussolini and the Vatican

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History

Pope Pius XI and the Speech that was Never Made

EMMA FATTORINI The Sapienza University of Rome

✤✤ The book is a remarkable piece of modern history which tells the story – for the first time – of a speech that was written by Pope Pius XI in 1939 in which he was intending to speak out against Mussolini and the Fascists and condemn anti-Semitism. ✤✤ But the speech was never delivered, and Pius’s successor, Pope Pius XII, secretly ordered the destruction of the text, thus removing a potential obstacle in the forging of a close relation between the Catholic Church and the Fascists. ✤✤ It contains important new revelations about the complex and highly charged issue of the relation between the Catholic Church, on the one hand, and Fascism and Nazism, on the other. ✤✤ This is the kind of book that could get a lot of review coverage in English and which is entirely unique – there are no competitors. READERSHIP: Students of History, particularly Italian History

JUN 2011  220PP  978-0-7456-4488-2  CL  £20.00  €25.90

The Contemporary Global Economy A History, 1970 to the Present

ALFRED E. ECKES Ohio University, USA

✤✤ Provides a lively overview of recent turbulence in the world economy, focusing on the dynamics of globalization since the 1980s ✤✤ Explains the main drivers of economic change and how we are able to discern their effects in the world today ✤✤ Written by a renowned specialist in international economics relations with academic and government credentials ✤✤ Identifies the challenges for sustainable recovery and economic growth in the years ahead READERSHIP: Undergraduate students of history, international studies, political science, and economics; the general interested reader SERIES: BLACKWELL HISTORY OF THE COMTEMPORARY WORLD

APR 2011  312PP  978-1-4051-8343-7  PR  £19.99  €25.90  /  978-1-4051-8344-4  CL  £60.00  €77.90

Colonial America A History to 1763 4th Edition

RICHARD MIDDLETON & ANNE LOMBARD Queen’s University, Belfast, UK; California State University, San Marcos, USA

✤✤ Fully revised and expanded fourth edition, with updated bibliography ✤✤ Includes new coverage of the simultaneous development of French, Spanish, and Dutch colonies in North America, and extensively re-written and updated chapters on families and women ✤✤ Features enhanced coverage of the English colony of Barbados and trans-Atlantic influences on colonial development ✤✤ Provides a greater focus on the perspectives of Native Americans and their influences in shaping the development of the colonies READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate level students for courses on Colonial America in American history, British colonial history, and American Studies departments

APR 2011  576PP  978-1-4051-9004-6  PR  £21.99  €28.90 REPLACES ISBN 978-0-631-22141-8

Contemporary America

Power, Dependency, and Globalization since 1980

M. J. HEALE Lancaster University, UK

✤✤ A substantial account of the dramatic history of America since 1980, covering the Reagan years, the Clinton presidency, the impact of 9/11, the War on Terror, and the election of Barack Obama ✤✤ Based on primary and secondary resources, and includes research taken from newspapers, magazines, official documents, and memoirs ✤✤ Written by a distinguished contemporary historian and a leading historian of the United States ✤✤ Discusses the growing fragmentation of American society and the increasing distance between rich and poor under the impact of public policies and global forces READERSHIP: Undergraduate and postgraduate students of history, American studies, and American politics

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APR 2011  328PP  978-1-4051-3641-9  PR  £19.99  €25.90  /  978-1-4051-3640-2  CL  £60.00  €77.90

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1800 to the Present 2nd Edition

MARTIN KITCHEN Simon Fraser University, Canada

✤✤ Featuring revised and extended coverage, this second edition is an accessible and engagingly written account of German history from 1800 to the present ✤✤ Features updated and extended coverage of German social change and modernization, class, religion, and gender

History

A History of Modern Germany

✤✤ Includes more in depth coverage of the German Democratic Republic ✤✤ Examines Germany’s social, political, and economic history READERSHIP: Undergraduate level students for courses in Modern German history, Modern European history; and interested general readers

APR 2011  488PP  978-0-470-65581-8  PR  £22.99  €29.90 REPLACES ISBN 978-1-4051-0041-0

Spain, 1157–1300

new in paperback

A Partible Inheritance

PETER LINEHAN University of Cambridge, UK

✤✤ This title provides a balanced overview of a crucial period of Spanish as well as of European history ✤✤ Examines the most significant phase of Spanish mainland development ✤✤ Considers the profound intellectual consequences of Christian advances into Islamic Spain ✤✤ Explores the varying fortunes of the kingdoms of Castile and Aragon, and focuses on the reign of the learned Alfonso X of Castile READERSHIP: Scholars of medieval European and Spanish history SERIES: A HISTORY OF SPAIN

MAY 2011  304PP  978-1-4443-3975-8  PR  £22.99  €29.90 CL (2008) 978-0-631-17284-0

Spain’s Centuries of Crisis

new in paperback

1300–1474

TEOFILO R. RUIZ University of California, Los Angeles, USA

✤✤ A comprehensive history that focuses on the crises of Spain in the late middle ages and the early transformations that underpinned the later successes of the Catholic Monarchs ✤✤ Illuminates Spain’s history from the early fourteenth century to the union of the Crowns of Castile and Aragon in 1474 ✤✤ Examines the challenges and reforms of the social, economic, political, and cultural structures of the country ✤✤ Looks at the early transformations that readied Spain for the future opportunities and challenges of the early modern Age of Discovery READERSHIP: Students and scholars of Spanish history and European medieval history SERIES: A HISTORY OF SPAIN

MAY 2011  248PP  978-1-4443-3973-4  PR  £22.99  €29.90 CL (2007) 978-1-4051-2789-9

Spain: From Dictatorship to Democracy

new in paperback

1939 to the Present

JAVIER TUSELL Late of National University of Distance Learning

✤✤ A thorough introduction to post-Civil War Spain, from its development under Franco and subsequent transition to democracy up to the present day ✤✤ Includes a biography and political assessment of Francisco Franco ✤✤ Covers a number of pertinent topics including fascism, isolationism, political opposition, economic development, decolonization, terrorism, foreign policy, and democracy ✤✤ Provides a context for understanding the continuing tensions between democracy and terrorism, including the effects of the 2004 Madrid bombings READERSHIP: Undergraduates, postgraduates, and general readers interested in contemporary Spanish history SERIES: A HISTORY OF SPAIN

MAY 2011  504PP  PR  978-1-4443-3974-1  £22.99  €29.90

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The Last Caudillo

History

Alvaro Obregón and the Mexican Revolution

JURGEN BUCHENAU University of North Carolina, Charlotte, USA

✤✤ Features a succinct biography of the life and times of a fascinating figure in Mexico’s revolutionary past ✤✤ Represents the most analytical and up-to-date study of caudillo/military strongman rule ✤✤ Sheds new light on the networks and discourse practices that support rulers such as the Castros in Cuba and Hugo Chávez in Venezuela, and the emergence of modern Mexico ✤✤ Offers new insights into the role of leadership, the nature of revolution, and the complex forces that helped shape modern Mexico READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate level students studying Latin American and Mexican history, including Modern Latin America, history of Mexico, revolutions in Latin America, the Mexican Revolution, and the military in Modern Latin America SERIES: VIEWPOINTS / PUNTOS DE VISTA

MAR 2011  208PP  978-1-4051-9903-2  PR  £14.99  €19.90  /  978-1-4051-9902-5  CL  £50.00  €65.90

A Companion to Franklin D. Roosevelt Edited by WILLIAM D. PEDERSON Louisiana State University, Shreveport, USA

✤✤ This companion provides a comprehensive review of the scholarship on the president who led the United States through the tumultuous period from the Great Depression to the waning days of World War II ✤✤ Represents a state-of-the-art assessment of current scholarship on FDR, the only president elected to four terms of office and the central figure in key events of the first half of the twentieth century ✤✤ Covers all aspects of FDR’s life and times, from his health, relationships, and Supreme Court packing, to New Deal policies, institutional issues, and international relations ✤✤ Features 35 essays by leading FDR scholars READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate students of 20th-Century American history, the New Deal, and the 1930s, and scholars of Franklin D. Roosevelt and the American presidency SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO AMERICAN HISTORY

MAR 2011  768PP  978-1-4443-3016-8  CL  £110.00  €142.00

Re-thinking Renaissance Objects Design, Function and Meaning

Edited by PETA MOTTURE & MICHELLE O’MALLEY Victoria and Albert Museum, UK; University of Sussex, UK

✤✤ This title explores and often challenges some of the key issues and current debates relating to Renaissance art and culture ✤✤ Puts forward original research, including evidence provided by an in-depth study arising from the Medieval & Renaissance Gallery project ✤✤ Contributions are unusual in their combination of a variety of approaches, but with each paper starting with an examination of the objects themselves ✤✤ New theories emerge from several papers, some of which challenge current thinking READERSHIP: Undergraduates, postgraduates, academics, researchers, and those with a wider interest in the Renaissance and its material culture SERIES: RENAISSANCE STUDIES SPECIAL ISSUES

JAN 2011  208PP  978-1-4443-3775-4  PR  £19.99  €25.90

Historicising Gender and Sexuality Edited by KEVIN P. MURPHY & JENNIFER M. SPEAR University of Minnesota, USA; Simon Fraser University, Canada

✤✤ This title features a diverse collection of essays that shed new light on the historical intersections between gender and sexuality across time and space ✤✤ Demonstrates both the particularities of specific formulations of gender and sexuality and the nature of the relationship between the categories themselves ✤✤ Presents evidence that careful and contextualised analysis of the shifting relationship of gender and sexuality illuminates broader historical processes READERSHIP: Academics and researchers; also undergraduate and graduate level students for courses in history and interdisciplinary gender and sexuality studies SERIES: GENDER AND HISTORY SPECIAL ISSUES

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THREE-VOLUME SET

Edited by MARGALIT FINKELBERG Tel Aviv University, Israel

✤✤ This three-volume set is the first comprehensive reference work to encompass the world and artistry of the legendary Greek poet Homer ✤✤ Includes in-depth coverage of Homer’s world, the historical and cultural background of the Iliad and the Odyssey, and Homeric scholarship ✤✤ Explores the reception of Homer in education, literature, and art from antiquity to the present day, including the Early Christian, Jewish, and Arabic traditions

Classics

The Homer Encyclopedia

✤✤ The 130 contributors include established scholars who have already made lasting contributions to Homeric studies as well as rising stars who bring fresh insights and perspectives READERSHIP: Students and scholars of Homer, ancient Greek literature, language, history, archaeology, and Greek civilization

APR 2011  1920PP  978-1-4051-7768-9  CL  £299.00  €385.00 INTRODUCTORY PRICE £299.00 €385.00 VALID UNTIL 31ST JUNE 2011, PRICE THEREAFTER £350.00 €450.00

Greek Archaeology A Thematic Approach

CHRISTOPHER MEE University of Liverpool, UK

✤✤ Christopher Mee presents an extensive examination of the material culture of the Greek world from its Neolithic roots in 7000 B.C. to the close of the Hellenistic period in 146 B.C. ✤✤ Features a unique thematic approach to the study of Greek archaeology ✤✤ Includes extensive use of illustrations, many of which are not commonly featured ✤✤ Allows for the study of a particular period of time by its chronological arrangement within each chapter READERSHIP: Undergraduate level students for courses on archaeology and classical studies

MAR 2011  368PP  978-1-4051-6733-8  PR  £24.99  €32.90  /  978-1-4051-6734-5  CL  £65.00  €83.90

Constantine

Dynasty, Religion and Power in the Later Roman Empire

TIMOTHY BARNES University of Edinburgh, UK

✤✤ Drawing on recent scholarly advances and new evidence, Timothy Barnes offers a fresh and exciting study of the Roman Emperor Constantine and his life ✤✤ First study of Constantine to make use of Kevin Wilkinson’s re-dating of the poet Palladas to the reign of Constantine ✤✤ Clearly sets out the problems associated with depictions of Constantine and answers them with great clarity ✤✤ Includes Barnes’ own research into the marriage of Constantine’s parents, Constantine’s status as a crown prince and his father’s legitimate heir, and his dynastic plans READERSHIP: Students and scholars of Roman history SERIES: BLACKWELL ANCIENT LIVES

APR 2011  296PP  978-1-4051-1727-2  CL  £60.00  €77.90

The Blackwell History of the Latin Language

new in paperback

JAMES CLACKSON & GEOFFREY HORROCKS Both of University of Cambridge, UK

✤✤ The first book in English in more than 50 years to provide comprehensive coverage of the history of the Latin language ✤✤ Gives a full account of the transformation of the language in the context of the rise and fall of Ancient Rome ✤✤ Presents up-to-date commentary on the key linguistic issues ✤✤ Makes use of carefully selected texts, many of which have only recently come to light ✤✤ Includes maps and glossary as well as fully translated and annotated sample texts that illustrate the different stages of the language ✤✤ Accessible to readers without a formal knowledge of Latin or linguistics READERSHIP: Undergraduate students taking courses on Latin language, social and cultural history, and historical linguistics; scholars working in the fields of classics, ancient history, medieval history, and linguistics

NOV 2010  336PP  978-1-4443-3920-8  PR  £24.99  €32.90

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A Companion to Greek Mythology

Classics

Edited by KEN DOWDEN & NIALL LIVINGSTONE Both of University of Birmingham, UK

✤✤ Explores the phenomenon of Greek myth from its origins in shared Indo-European story patterns through to its development as a shared language and thought-system for the Greco-Roman world ✤✤ Brings together essays from a prestigious international team of literary experts ✤✤ Includes coverage of Greek myth’s intersection with history, philosophy and religion ✤✤ Introduces readers to topics in mythology that are often inaccessible to non-specialists ✤✤ Addresses the Hellenistic and Roman periods as well as Archaic and Classical Greece READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate students, and scholars, of classics, ancient history, archaeology, and mythology SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO THE ANCIENT WORLD

APR 2011  656PP  978-1-4051-1178-2  CL  £110.00  €142.00

A Companion to the Punic Wars Edited by DEXTER HOYOS University of Sydney, Australia

✤✤ Offers a comprehensive new survey of the three wars fought between Rome and Carthage between 264 and 146 BC ✤✤ Features contributions from an outstanding cast of international scholars with unrivalled expertise ✤✤ Includes chapters on military and naval techniques, strategies, logistics, and Hannibal as a charismatic general and leader ✤✤ Gives balanced coverage of both Carthage and Rome READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate students, as well as scholars of Greek, Roman, and Ancient Mediterranean history, and ancient military and naval history SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO THE ANCIENT WORLD

FEB 2011  640PP  978-1-4051-7600-2  CL  £110.00  €142.00

A Companion to Greek and Roman Historiography

new in paperback

TWO-VOLUME SET

Edited by JOHN MARINCOLA Florida State University, USA

✤✤ ✤✤ ✤✤ ✤✤ ✤✤ ✤✤

Two-volume companion reflecting new directions in ancient historiography Comprises a series of cutting-edge articles written by recognized scholars Presents broad, chronological treatments of important issues in the writing of history and antiquity Looks at individual genres and sub-genres from the fifth century B.C.E. to the fourth century C.E. Provides a series of interpretative readings on the individual historians Contains essays on the neighbouring genres of tragedy, biography, and epic, among others, and their relationship to history

READERSHIP: Upper level students, researchers and scholars of classics, ancient history, historiography or the theory of history SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO THE ANCIENT WORLD

NOV 2010  752PP  978-1-4443-3923-9  PR  £29.99  €38.90 CL (2007) 978-1-4051-0216-2

A Companion to Classical Receptions

new in paperback

Edited by LORNA HARDWICK & CHRISTOPHER STRAY The Open University, UK; University of Wales, Swansea, UK

✤✤ A comprehensive introduction and overview of classical reception – the interpretation of classical art, culture, and thought in later centuries, and the fastest growing area in classics ✤✤ Combines close readings of key receptions with wider contextualization and discussion ✤✤ Brings together essays by a diverse group of contributors focused on ancient and modern reception concepts and practices ✤✤ Explores the impact of Greek and Roman culture worldwide, including crucial new areas in Arabic literature, South African drama, the history of photography, and contemporary ethics READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate and postgraduate students and scholars with an interest in classical studies and the reception of classical literature

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NOV 2010  560PP  978-1-4443-3922-2  PR  £29.99  €38.90 CL (2007) 978-1-4051-5167-2

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new in paperback

Edited by JÖRG RÜPKE University of Erfurt, Germany

✤✤ An innovative introduction to Roman religion written by a prestigious international group of experts ✤✤ Approaches the field with a focus on the human-figures instead of the gods ✤✤ Analyzes religious changes from the eighth century BC to the fourth century AD ✤✤ Offers the first history of religious motifs on coins and household/everyday utensils

Classics

A Companion to Roman Religion

✤✤ Presents Roman religion within its cultural, social, and historical contexts READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate students studying Roman and ancient religion SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO THE ANCIENT WORLD

APR 2011  552PP  978-1-4443-3924-6  PR  £29.99  €38.90 CL (2007) 978-1-4051-2943-5

A Companion to the Roman Army

new in paperback

Edited by PAUL ERDKAMP Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium

✤✤ An extensive account of the Roman army, from its beginnings to its transformation in the later Roman Empire ✤✤ Examines the army as a military machine – its recruitment, training, organization, tactics and weaponry ✤✤ Explores the relationship of the army to Roman politics, economics, and society more broadly ✤✤ Considers the geography and climate of the lands in which the Romans fought ✤✤ Each chapter is written by a leading expert in a particular subfield and takes account of the latest scholarly and archaeological research in that area READERSHIP: Students and scholars of ancient history, military history or classics SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO THE ANCIENT WORLD

DEC 2010  600PP  978-1-4443-3921-5  PR  £29.99  €38.90 CL (2007) 978-1-4051-2153-8

A Companion to Catullus

new in paperback

Edited by MARILYN B. SKINNER University of Arizona, UK

✤✤ Explores the work of Catullus, one of the best Roman ‘lyric poets’ ✤✤ Brings together contributions from an international team of eminent scholars ✤✤ Provides discussions about production, genre, style, and reception, as well as interpretive essays on key poems and groups of poems ✤✤ Grounds Catullus in the socio-historical world around him ✤✤ Chapters challenge received wisdom, present original readings, and suggest new interpretations of biographical evidence READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate and graduate students studying Catullus, Latin literature and poetry SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO THE ANCIENT WORLD

DEC 2010  616PP  978-1-4443-3925-3  PR  £29.99  €38.90 CL (2007) 978-1-4051-3533-7

English Translation and Classical Reception Towards a New Literary History

Edited by STUART GILLESPIE University of Glasgow, UK

✤✤ The first book-length study of English translation as a topic in classical reception ✤✤ Draws on the author’s exhaustive knowledge of English literary translation from the early Renaissance to the present ✤✤ Argues for a remapping of English literary history which would take proper account of the currently neglected history of classical translation, from Chaucer to the present ✤✤ Offers a widely ranging chronological analysis of English translation from ancient literatures ✤✤ Previously little-known, unknown, and sometimes suppressed translated texts are recovered from manuscripts and explored in terms of their implications for English literary history and for the interpretation of classical literature READERSHIP: Graduate students and scholars interested in English translation and classical reception SERIES: CLASSICAL RECEPTIONS

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Roman Historiography

Classics / Art & Architecture

An Introduction to its Basic Aspects and Development

ANDREAS MEHL & HANS-FRIEDRICH MUELLER University of Halle-Wittenberg, Germany; Union College, USA

✤✤ Presents a comprehensive introduction to the development of Roman historical writings in both Greek and Latin, from the early annalists to Orosius and Procopius of Byzantium ✤✤ Provides an accessible survey of every historical writer of significance in the Roman world ✤✤ Traces the growth of Christian historiography under the influence of its pagan adversaries ✤✤ Offers valuable insight into current scholarly trends on Roman historiography ✤✤ Includes a user-friendly bibliography, catalog of authors and editions, and index READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate level students taking in courses on ancient history, ancient literature, ancient religion and Christianity; and scholars of Roman historiography SERIES: BLACKWELL INTRODUCTIONS TO THE CLASSICAL WORLD

APR 2011  256PP  978-1-4051-2183-5  CL  £65.00  €83.90

The Roman Calendar from Numa to Constantine Time, History, and the Fasti

JÖRG RÜPKE University of Erfurt, Germany

Translated by DAVID M. B. RICHARDSON ✤✤ This book provides a definitive account of the history of the Roman calendar, offering new reconstructions of its development that demand serious revisions to previous accounts. ✤✤ Examines the critical stages of the technical, political, and religious history of the Roman calendar ✤✤ Provides a comprehensive historical and social contextualization of ancient calendars and chronicles ✤✤ Highlights the unique characteristics which are still visible in the most dominant modern global calendar READERSHIP: Postgraduates and scholars of Roman religion and ancient historiography, as well as ancient historians, historians of religion, church historians

APR 2011  224PP  978-0-470-65508-5  CL  £90.00  €119.00

American Letters

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1927–1947

JACKSON POLLOCK AND FAMILY ✤✤ This book contains the previously unpublished correspondence between Jackson Pollock the great American artist who revolutionized 20th century art and the members of his family in the period between the late 1920s and the late 1940s. ✤✤ The letters provide a rich and detailed portrait of the influences that shaped one of America’s most influential artists and they show that the Pollock brothers took an early interest in two major themes art and politics. ✤✤ The letters also offer a unique view of America itself during one of the most momentous periods of its history, as it deals with the Great Depression and its aftermath and becomes embroiled in the Second World War. ✤✤ The book includes original works of art by Charles Pollock and a new Introduction, specially commissioned for the Polity edition, by Michael Leja, a leading expert on abstract expressionism and the work of Jackson Pollock. READERSHIP: History and Art History students and academics, as well as the interested general reader.

APR 2011  252PP  978-0-7456-5155-2  CL  £20.00  €25.90

Globalization and Contemporary Art Edited by JONATHAN HARRIS University of Liverpool, UK

✤✤ A series of newly commissioned essays by both established and emerging scholars probing the effects of internationalist culture and politics on art across a variety of media ✤✤ The first major anthology of essays concerned with the impact of globalization on contemporary art ✤✤ Extensive bibliography and a full index ✤✤ Unique analysis of the contemporary art market and its operation in a globalized economy READERSHIP: Undergraduate, graduate, and postgraduate students and scholars in art history, visual culture, cultural studies, cultural policy and globalization studies

MAY 2011  544PP  978-1-4051-7950-8  PR  £24.99  €32.90  /  978-1-4051-7951-5  CL  £70.00  €89.90

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1968 to the Present

HARRY FRANCIS MALLGRAVE & DAVID GOODMAN Both of Illinois Institute of Technology, USA

✤✤ A sharp and lively text, this is the first narrative history of this period charting the veritable revolution in architectural thinking that has taken place over the last forty years ✤✤ Surveys the intellectual history of architecture since 1968, including criticisms of high modernism, the rise of postmodern and poststructural theory, critical regionalism and tectonics ✤✤ Includes an analysis of where architecture stands and where it will likely move in the coming years ✤✤ Balances in-depth analysis with an accessible and engaging style, making this the ideal introduction for students READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate students as well as professionals in the field of architectural studies

APR 2011  288PP  978-1-4051-8062-7  PR  £19.99  €25.90  /  978-1-4051-8063-4  CL  £55.00  €71.90

Photography Theory in Historical Perspective HILDE VAN GELDER & HELEN WESTGEEST Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium; University of Leiden, the Netherlands

✤✤ Uses case studies to explain photographic practices in contemporary art and place them in the context of theory ✤✤ Presents current debates on theory of photography through comparisons to research of other visual media ✤✤ Applicable to vernacular and documentary photography as well as art photography READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate students of art history, photography, visual studies, cultural studies and media studies

APR 2011  978-1-4051-9197-5  PR  £19.99  €25.90  /  978-1-4051-9161-6  CL  £50.00  €65.90

Art & Architecture / Psychology

An Introduction to Architectural Theory

A Companion to Asian Art and Architecture Edited by REBECCA M. BROWN & DEBORAH S. HUTTON University of Wales, Swansea, UK; College of New Jersey, USA

✤✤ Brings together top scholars in the field of Asian art and architecture ✤✤ Represents the current state of the field while highlighting the wide range of scholarly approaches to Asian art ✤✤ Features work on Korea and Southeast Asia, two regions often overlooked in a field that is often defined as India-China-Japan ✤✤ Explores the influences on Asian art of global and colonial interactions and of the diasporic communities in the US and UK ✤✤ Showcases a wide range of topics including imperial commissions, ancient tombs, gardens, monastic spaces, performances, and pilgrimages READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate and graduate level students for courses in Asian art; also for general readers interested in the topic SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO ART HISTORY

APR 2011  552PP  978-1-4051-8537-0  CL  £110.00  €142.00

Introduction to Applied Psychology GRAHAM C. L. DAVEY Applied Psychology is designed to introduce the student to the six main areas of applied psychology (Clinical Psychology, Health Psychology, Educational Psychology, Occupational Psychology, Forensic Psychology and Sports & Exercise Psychology) as well as the core psychological knowledge that underpins these applied and professional areas. ✤✤ This textbook is timely and provides coverage of all main applied and professional areas in a single accessible book that assumes no prior knowledge of psychology. ✤✤ Applied Psychology is designed to introduce the student to the six main areas of applied psychology; Clinical Psychology; Health Psychology; Educational Psychology; Occupational Psychology; Forensic Psychology and Sports & Exercise Psychology. ✤✤ All chapters are written by experts in their particular areas of applied psychology. READERSHIP: Undergraduate psychology students who are studying applied psychology at any level SERIES: BPS TEXTBOOKS

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Evolutionary Psychology

Psychology

A Critical Introduction

VIREN SWAMI ✤✤ This volume is an introduction to evolutionary approaches to psychology, bringing together seminal work in the field and exploring the ways in which evolutionary psychological research can illuminate our understanding of human behaviours and nature. ✤✤ Written by key scholars in the field ✤✤ Full compliant with the BPS syllabus ✤✤ Critical evaluation of the literature from different evolutionary perspectives READERSHIP: Undergraduate psychology students studying evolutionary psychology SERIES: BPS TEXTBOOKS

JAN 2011  384PP  978-1-4051-9122-7  PR  £29.99  €36.00

Cognition DOUGLAS WHITMAN, USA Wayne State University

✤✤ Presents an amazing breadth and excitement of cognitive psychology ✤✤ Includes a clear history of the development of models of cognitive processes that provides a picture of how scientific progress proceeds ✤✤ Provides a clear explanation of individual experiments and a discussion of how they lead to new models of cognitive processes ✤✤ Presents an introduction to the contributions of cognitive neuroscience without the need for extensive background in neuroscience READERSHIP: Undergraduate psychology students studying cognitive psychology

NOV 2010  624PP  978-0-471-71566-5  CL  £43.99  €52.80

Introduction to Developmental Psychology 2nd Edition

ALAN SLATER ✤✤ Written at an understandable level by an international team of respected researchers, conveying their knowledge with enthusiasm and skill ✤✤ Exhaustive coverage, from conception to adolescence ✤✤ Full supporting materials – chapter overviews, discussion questions, suggestions for further reading, and glossary ✤✤ Features chapters on applied issues ✤✤ Accompanying website featuring testbank of multiple choice questions, figures for PowerPoint presentations and more READERSHIP: Undergraduate psychology students studying developmental psychology SERIES: BPS TEXTBOOKS

APR 2011  608PP  978-1-4051-8652-0  PR  £29.99  €38.90

Personality and Individual Differences 2e 2nd Edition

TOMAS CHAMORRO-PREMUZIC Goldsmiths College, University of London

✤✤ Personality and Individual Differences is a state‐of‐the‐art undergraduate textbook that covers the salient and recent literature on personality, intellectual ability, motivation, and other individual differences such as creativity, emotional intelligence, leadership, and vocational interests. ✤✤ New full colour page design ✤✤ More real-life (and informal) examples ✤✤ 20% more figures and tables to use as study-tools and summaries ✤✤ Expanded sections on validity, temperament, creativity and hot intelligence ✤✤ New material on protective and non-psychometric tests

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APR 2011  304PP  978-1-4051-9927-8  PR  £29.99  €36.00

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1st Edition

EDWARD P. SARAFINO The College of New Jersey, USA

✤✤ With this book, students can discuss the design of hypothetical self‐management projects in class or design and carry out an actual project to change their own behaviours. ✤✤ Provides students with detailed reasons, procedures, and data forms for doing a functional assessment of a behaviour they would like to change, enabling them to define the behaviour and determine its antecedents and consequences ✤✤ Shows students how to graph their data and complete a graphic analysis

Psychology

Self‐Management: Using Behavioral and Cognitive Principles to Manage Your Life

✤✤ Includes a glossary of key terms in the text and study guide on its companion website READERSHIP: Undergraduate students taking courses in learning and behaviour

DEC 2010  272PP  978-0-4705-7151-4  PR  £33.99  €44.10

Real World Research COLIN ROBSON University of Huddersfield

✤✤ This bestselling text on carrying out research in ‘real world’ situations has been thoroughly revised and updated but continues to have the same authoritative voice and definitive content that has made it such an essential book for teachers and students conducting research within the social sciences. ✤✤ Even-handed coverage of qualitative and quantitative approaches ✤✤ Furnishes students with the skills necessary in order to conduct research outside the laboratory, in ‘real world’ situations ✤✤ Draws examples from the fields of applied psychology, applied social science, health studies, social work and education ✤✤ New chapters on multi-strategy designs, ethical issues, and on writing a project proposal ✤✤ Discussion of Internet-based research – both as a research tool and as a subject for research READERSHIP: Undergraduate Psychology Students carrying out research projects

FEB 2011  584PP  978-1-4051-8240-9  PR  £28.99  €34.80  /  978-1-4051-8241-6  CL  £60.00  €72.00

Critical Community Psychology 1st edition

CAROLYN KAGAN, MARK BURTON, PAUL DUCKETT, REBECCA LAWTHOM & ASIYA SIDDIQUEE Manchester Metropolitan University

✤✤ This volume is an introduction to evolutionary approaches to psychology, bringing together seminal work in the field and exploring the ways in which evolutionary psychological research can illuminate our understanding of human behaviours and nature. ✤✤ Clear learning objectives and chapter contents outlined at the start of each chapter ✤✤ Key terms highlighted with definitions, either as marginal notes or in chapter glossaries ✤✤ Case examples of community psychology in action ✤✤ Each chapter ends with a critical assessment section ✤✤ Discussion points and ideas for exercises that can be undertaken by the reader, in order to extend critical understanding READERSHIP: Undergraduate and postgraduate students of community psychology, world‐wide

MAR 2011  416PP  978-1-4051-8884-5  PR  £32.99  €39.60

Dyslexia

A Complete Guide for Parents and Those Who Help Them Second Edition

GAVIN REID Independent Educational Consulatant, Vancouver, Canada

✤✤ New edition contains up-to-date discussions of current dyslexia research and programs, as well as a more global focus so as to be relevant to all countries and school systems ✤✤ Empowers parents by providing them with strategies for dealing with a wide range of concerns including dyspraxia and dyscalculia ✤✤ New sections cover post-school issues, the emotional needs of young people with dyslexia and information on how parents can help at home READERSHIP: Parents, carers, and family members of children with dyslexia; teachers, speech therapists, parent organizations, and psychologists

MAY 2011  256PP  978-0-470-97373-8  PR  £16.99  €21.90  /  978-0-470 97374-5  CL  £55.00  €71.90 REPLACES ISBN 978-0-470-86312-1

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The Psychology of Well-Being

Psychology

Do Happy People Make a Happy Society?

SHIGEHIRO OISHI University of Virginia, USA

✤✤ Presents a comprehensive review of happiness, from conceptual and measurement issues to an exploration of predictors and consequences of happiness ✤✤ Explores the psychology and economics of happiness and examines the correlations between societal wealth, productivity, and happiness in different countries ✤✤ Offers compelling insights into the ways individual happiness impacts the psychological wealth of overall society ✤✤ Features a highly interdisciplinary approach, with considerations of philosophy, sociology, economics, political sciences, as well as psychology READERSHIP: Students, scholars, and general readers interested in social and positive psychology SERIES: SPSSI CONTEMPORARY SOCIAL ISSUES

APR 2011  240PP  978-1-4051-9210-1  PR  £29.99  €38.90  /  978-1-4051-9211-8  CL  £60.00  €77.90

Positive Psychology at Work

How Positive Leadership and Appreciative Inquiry Create Inspiring Organizations

SARAH LEWIS Association of Business Psychologists, UK

✤✤ Draws together positive psychology and Appreciative Inquiry in the context of leadership organizational challenges for the first time ✤✤ Presents academically rigorous and referenced material in a jargon-free, accessible manner ✤✤ Arranged with chapters focused on specific organizational challenges to allow readers to quickly find ideas relevant to their situation ✤✤ Features short contributions from experienced practitioners of positive psychology and Appreciative Inquiry, and includes case studies from the UK, Europe, Australia and the USA READERSHIP: Primarily for organizational leaders and managers; also for management consultants, human resource directors and staff, business psychologists, those in learning and development, and organizational development professionals

APR 2011  248PP  978-0-470-68320-0  CL  £24.99  €32.90

The Positive Power of Imagery

Harnessing Client Imagination in CBT and Related Therapies

TAMMIE RONEN The Bob Shapell School of Social Work, Tel Aviv University, Israel

✤✤ Presents a unique integration of imagery therapy with CBT and positive psychology ✤✤ Challenges therapists to develop imagery therapy techniques tailored to fit their individual clients’ personalities and problems ✤✤ Features case illustrations and guidelines for the use of imagery and metaphors for both adults and children READERSHIP: Primarily for therapists; including educational counsellors, social workers, psychologists, child and adult therapists, and art therapists; also for undergraduate and graduate level students for courses in psychology

APR 2011  320PP  978-0-470-68302-6  PR  £29.99  €38.90  /  978-0-470-68303-3  CL  £60.00  €77.90

Mindfulness-integrated CBT Principles and Practice

BRUNO CAYOUN University of Tasmania, Australia

✤✤ The first book to provide a strong rationale and general guidelines for the implementation of mindfulness meditation integrated with CBT for a wide range of psychological difficulties ✤✤ Incorporates ancient Buddhist concepts of how the mind works, while remaining firmly grounded in welldocumented cognitive and behavioural principles ✤✤ Includes a comprehensive list of frequently asked questions, week-by-week instructions for professionals to facilitate application of the therapy, along with case examples and the inspiring stories of former clients

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MAY 2011  312PP  978-0-4709-7495-7  PR  £29.99  €38.90  /  978-0-470-97496-4  CL  £65.00  €83.90

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Edited by MICHAEL A. HOGG & DANIELLE L. BLAYLOCK Claremont Graduate University, USA; Queen’s University, Belfast, UK

✤✤ Features contributions from leading international scholars ✤✤ Covers a highly contemporary topic in social psychology with articles written by social psychologists as well as those working in related disciplines ✤✤ Includes the most up-to-date theories and analyses of a topic with great significance to current social issues READERSHIP: Social and behavioral scientists in universities and research institutions; also for policy makers and interested general readers

Psychology

Extremism and the Psychology of Uncertainty

SERIES: CLAREMONT APPLIED SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY SERIES

JUN 2011  336PP  978-1-4443-3129-5  PR  £29.99  €38.90  /  978-1-4443-3128-8  CL  £60.00  €77.90

Psychology in Social Context Issues and Debates

PHILIP JOHN TYSON, DAI JONES & JONATHAN ELCOCK All at University of Gloucestershire, UK

✤✤ Explores the history of psychology through examples of classic and contemporary debates that have split the discipline and sparked change, including race and IQ, psychology and gender, ethical issues in psychology, parapsychology and the nature-nurture debate ✤✤ Represents a unique approach to studying the nature of psychology by combining historical controversies with contemporary debates within the discipline ✤✤ Sets out a clear view of psychology as a reflexive human science, embedded in and shaped by particular socio-historical contexts ✤✤ Written in an accessible style using a range of pedagogical features - such as set learning outcomes, self-test questions, and further reading suggestions at the end of each chapter READERSHIP: Undergraduate and postgraduate level students on history of psychology and critical psychology courses; broader psychology courses in higher and further education

APR 2011  208PP  978-1-4051-6823-6  PR  £26.99  €34.90  /  978-1-4051-6824-3  CL  £60.00  €77.90

Social Development in Childhood and Adolescence A Contemporary Reader

Edited by MELANIE KILLEN & ROBERT J. COPLAN University of Maryland, USA; Carleton University, Canada

✤✤ Offers the most comprehensive and up-to-date compilation of articles in child and adolescent social development ✤✤ Delineates topics clearly through a selection of key readings and commentary on the readings ✤✤ Includes discussion questions, weekly schedules, debate topics, and classroom exercises READERSHIP: Students in social development, human development, family studies, criminology, sociology, child studies, and education

MAR 2011  580PP  978-1-4051-9757-1  PR  £27.99  €36.90  /  978-1-4051-9756-4  CL  £70.00  €89.90

Children and Social Exclusion Morality, Prejudice and Group Identity

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. 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

APR 2011  240PP  978-1-4051-7651-4  CL  £60.00  €77.90

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The Handbook of Stress

Psychology

Neuropsychological Effects on the Brain

Edited by CHERYL D. CONRAD Arizona State University, USA

✤✤ Provides a comprehensive look at how stress alters brain plasticity, resilience, and pathology ✤✤ Ranges from the basics of the stress response to stress influences on brain plasticity across the lifespan and draws links to anxiety, PTSD and depression ✤✤ Includes cutting edge research findings presented by internationally recognized experts ✤✤ Offers an authoritative guide on the effects of stress on brain health READERSHIP: Students, scholars, and clinicians in the field of stress research SERIES: WILEY-BLACKWELL HANDBOOKS OF BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCE

JUN 2011  656PP  978-1-4443-3023-6  CL  £110.00  €142.00

Handbook of Motivational Counseling

Goal-Based Approaches to Assessment and Intervention with Addiction and Other Problems 2nd Edition

Edited by W. MILES COX & ERIC KLINGER University of Wales, Bangor, UK; University of Minnesota, USA

✤✤ Equips clinicians with specific instructions for enhancing clients’ motivation for change by targeting their maladaptive motivational patterns ✤✤ Provides step-by-step instructions in the administration, scoring, and interpretation of the motivational assessments, along with details of how to implement the counseling procedures ✤✤ Updated to reflect the most current research and effective treatment techniques, along with all-new chapters on motive-based approaches, motivational counseling with the dually diagnosed, cognitive and motivational retraining, meaning-centered counseling, and motivation in sport ✤✤ Showcases various basic motivational techniques and their adaptations, such as bibliotherapy, individual therapy, and group counseling, while demonstrating specialized uses of the techniques, such as in work settings and rehabilitation medicine READERSHIP: Clinical psychologists, psychiatrists, counselors, social workers, nurses, general practitioners, those in training, and all whose work involves helping to motivate people to change

APR 2011  632PP  978-0-470-74926-5  CL  £60.00  €77.90 REPLACES ISBN 978-0-470-09258-3

The Handbook of the Neuropsychology of Language 2 volume set

Edited by MIRIAM FAUST Bar Ilan University, Israel

✤✤ A comprehensive review of new developments in the relationship between the brain and language from both basic research and clinical neuroscience perspectives ✤✤ Features a novel emphasis on state-of-the-art methodologies and their application to the central questions in the brain-language relationship ✤✤ Incorporates research on all parts of language, from syntax and semantics to spoken and written language ✤✤ Covers a wide range of issues, including basic level and high level linguistic functions, individual differences, and neurologically intact and different clinical populations READERSHIP: Cognitive psychologists, cognitive neuroscientists, neuropsychologists, linguists, speech clinicians, neurologists, rehabilitation therapists, brain scientists, as well as students of psychology of language, psycholinguistics, neurolinguistics, speech and language disorders, developmental psychology, rehabilitation psychology, cognition, neuropsychology, neurology, brain and language SERIES: WILEY-BLACKWELL HANDBOOKS OF BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCE

JUN 2011  700PP  978-1-4443-3040-3  CL  £199.00  €245.00

The Handbook of Alzheimer’s Disease and Other Dementias Edited by NEIL W. KOWALL & ANDREW E. BUDSON Both of Bedyford VAMC, USA

✤✤ Provides a comprehensive review of Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias from basic and clinical neuroscience perspectives ✤✤ Contains an update on the current genetic risk factors and pathophysiologic mechanisms related to dementia ✤✤ Section IV, “Neuroimaging in Dementia,” includes in-depth information on this exciting and fast-paced field READERSHIP: Researchers, clinicians, and graduate courses oriented towards research in Alzheimer’s disease and dementia SERIES: WILEY-BLACKWELL HANDBOOKS OF BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCE

APR 2011  504PP  978-1-4051-6828-1  CL  £110.00  €142.00

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Contributions from Social Psychology

Edited by DEBRA MASHEK & ELIZABETH YOST HAMMER Harvey Mudd College, USA; Xavier University of Louisiana, USA

✤✤ Draws upon empirical research and empirically-based theories from social psychology to inform the scholarship of teaching and learning ✤✤ Provides an accessible theoretical grounding in social psychological principles and addresses specific empirical evidence drawn from teaching and learning contexts ✤✤ Features concrete strategies for use in the classroom setting ✤✤ Includes contributions from experts in both social psychology and the scholarship of teaching and learning

Psychology

Empirical Research in Teaching and Learning

READERSHIP: For teachers, social psychologists, and graduate level students preparing to become teachers; also for faculty development centers and administrators SERIES: CLAREMONT APPLIED SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY SERIES

FEB 2011  208PP  978-1-4443-3719-8  CL  £70.00  €84.00

Identities in Context Individuals and Discourse in Action

ANDREW MCKINLAY & CHRIS MCVITTIE University of Edinburgh, UK; Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, UK

✤✤ Provides a comprehensive guide to contemporary discursive research on identity ✤✤ Introduces themes and concepts in a structured way that allows readers to easier assimilate the different aspects of discourse and identity ✤✤ Offers a narrative account of how discursive research has contributed to the understanding of various phenomena, such as interactions in legal and health care settings ✤✤ Features several reader-friendly aids, including chapter outlines and a glossary of terms and concepts READERSHIP: Researchers and lecturers in psychology and research methodology in the social sciences

APR 2011  240PP  978-1-4051-9119-7  £70.00  €89.90

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Science, Technology & Medicine

Science, Technology and Medicine

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12th Edition

HAROLD ELLIS, SIR ROY CALNE & CHRISTOPHER WATSON Guy’s, King’s & St Thomas’ School of Medicine, London, UK; University of Cambridge; University of Cambridge

✤✤ A new edition of this best-selling surgery revision guide in the re-branded and re-launched Lecture Notes series ✤✤ Provides a concise introduction and grounding in the fundamental aspects of general surgery ✤✤ Introduces the principles of common surgical operations and covers common clinical problems where surgical intervention is indicated ✤✤ Includes the relevant aetiology, pathology, clinical features, investigations and treatment for all the major surgical conditions of each of the organs ✤✤ Includes integrated, full-colour illustrations and clinical images, and a self-assessment website with over 1,000 questions (including answers) for students to measure their understanding and progress ✤✤ Provides an ideal review text for anyone taking MRCS examinations

Medical

Lecture Notes: General Surgery

READERSHIP: Medical students, Foundation programme doctors and junior doctors studying for MRCS examinations SERIES: LECTURE NOTES SERIES

APR 2011  392PP  978-1-4443-3440-1  PR  £24.99  €32.90 REPLACES ISBN 978-1-405-13911-3

Lecture Notes: Dermatology 10th Edition

ROBIN GRAHAM-BROWN & TONY BURNS Both of Leicester Royal Infirmary, Leicester, UK

✤✤ A new edition of this best-selling title in the re-branded and re-launched Lecture Notes series ✤✤ Provides a thorough understanding of the basics of skin structure and function, and the practical aspects of disease management, covering the core knowledge expected of medical students and junior doctors ✤✤ Features full colour photographs, high quality illustrations, and numerous figures and tables ✤✤ Reflects recent advances in knowledge of skin diseases and developments in therapy, with a new chapter on Dermatological Emergencies ✤✤ Includes MCQs, 15 brand new clinical case studies for self-assessment, end-of-chapter summaries, suggestions for further reading, and a glossary of dermatological terms READERSHIP: Medical students and junior doctors SERIES: LECTURE NOTES SERIES

APR 2011  232PP  978-1-4051-9571-3  PR  £22.99  €29.90 REPLACES ISBN 978-1-405-13977-9

Lecture Notes: Respiratory Medicine 8th Edition

STEPHEN J. BOURKE & GRAHAM P. BURNS Both of the Royal Victoria Infirmary, Newcastle, UK

✤✤ A new edition of this best-selling title in the re-branded and re-launched Lecture Notes series ✤✤ Presents a thorough introduction and overview of this core subject area of the undergraduate curriculum ✤✤ Introduces the principles of respiratory medicine and provides an overview of all respiratory diseases ✤✤ Split into three sections: history-taking and examination, respiratory diseases, and structure and function, and now including an expanded anatomy and physiology section ✤✤ Includes a new self-assessment section and fully illustrated with clinical photographs replacing line drawings where relevant READERSHIP: Medical students, junior doctors, respiratory nurse specialists, GPs GP trainees, physiology technicians, and physiotherapists SERIES: LECTURE NOTES SERIES

APR 2011  264PP  978-0-470-65442-2  PR  £22.99  €29.90 REPLACES ISBN 978-1-405-15344-7

Lecture Notes: Clinical Medicine 7th Edition

JOHN R. BRADLEY, MARK GURNELL & DIANA WOOD Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge, UK; University of Cambridge, UK; University of Cambridge, UK

✤✤ A new edition of this best-selling title in the re-branded and re-launched Lecture Notes series ✤✤ Provides a no-nonsense, affordable alternative to the larger clinical medicine textbooks, covering both the clinical approach and the background knowledge that students need to know ✤✤ Presents the essentials of clinical medicine on a system-by-system basis, and includes advice on history taking and examination ✤✤ Includes a brand new chapter on assessment, with tips on how to approach the Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) ✤✤ Features summary and evidence-based medicine boxes to assist revision and learning READERSHIP: Medical students, junior doctors, and nursing students SERIES: LECTURE NOTES SERIES

JUN 2011  560PP  978-1-4051-5714-8  PR  £22.99  €29.90

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Lecture Notes: Biomedical Science

Medical

IAN LYONS University of Oxford

✤✤ A brand new title in the re-branded and re-launched Lecture Notes series, providing a ‘one-stop shop’ for the biomedical sciences ✤✤ A breakthrough text for medical students - here is biomedical science distilled in a concise, systems-based approach ✤✤ Presents the clinical relevance of biomedical science through the use of clinical boxes in each chapter ✤✤ Includes extensive pedagogy and learning features, including mnemonics and definitions of key terms ✤✤ Contains full colour illustrations throughout to aid understanding READERSHIP: Medical students, junior doctors, biomedical science students, dental students, nursing students, and pharmacology students SERIES: LECTURE NOTES SERIES

APR 2011  528PP  978-1-4051-5711-7  PR  £34.99  €38.90

Lecture Notes: Gastroenterology and Hepatology ANTON EMMANUEL & STEPHEN INNS University College Hospital, London; Hutt and Boulcott Hospitals, New Zealand

✤✤ A brand new title in the re-branded and re-launched Lecture Notes series, providing a clinically oriented approach, covering both medical and surgical aspects of a gastrointestinal practice ✤✤ Covers the full range of gastroenterology practice - luminal gastroenterology, pancreato-biliary medicine and hepatology ✤✤ Takes a clinically-oriented approach, covering both medical and surgical aspects of gastrointestinal (GI) practice ✤✤ Includes sections devoted to the organ-specific disorders, clinical basics and GI emergencies ✤✤ Includes a self-assessment section comprising MCQs, SAQs and short and long Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) cases READERSHIP: Medical students and junior doctors SERIES: LECTURE NOTES SERIES

APR 2011  232PP  978-1-4051-8321-5  PR  £23.99  €30.90

Anatomy at a Glance 3rd Edition

OMAR FAIZ, SIMON BLACKBURN & DAVID MOFFAT Queen Mary’s Hospital, London, UK; Chelsea & Westminster Hospital, London, UK; University of Wales, Cardiff

✤✤ A new edition of one of the best-selling titles in the at a Glance series, now fully revised and updated ✤✤ Provides a fundamental understanding if gross anatomy - a central discipline for all medical students in the first years of medical schools worldwide ✤✤ Includes new chapters on anatomical terminology and basic embryology, and increased coverage of imaging techniques, including CT and MRI, and clinical notes ✤✤ Includes free digital flashcards - ideal for self-assessment and revision, at ataglanceseries.com/anatomy READERSHIP: Medical students, Foundation programme doctors, junior doctors and students of allied health and sports science SERIES: AT A GLANCE SERIES

APR 2011  192PP  978-1-4443-3609-2  PR  £22.99  €29.90 REPLACES ISBN 978-1-405-13348-7

Hepatology: Clinical Cases Uncovered KATHRYN NASH & INDRA NEIL GUHA Southampton General Hospital; Queen’s Medical Centre, Nottingham University

✤✤ Offers a comprehensive, fully-rounded learning resource for a difficult subject - the basic and clinical science is followed by real-life cases to help prepare for life on the wards ✤✤ Includes 30 fully illustrated cases and investigations covering a wide range of hepatological presentations and conditions ✤✤ Presents the signs and symptoms that might indicate hepatological disease to help reach a diagnosis and understand the management and treatment options available ✤✤ Includes a comprehensive section of self-assessment MCQs, EMQs and SAQs to aid and test understanding READERSHIP: Medical students and junior doctors, specialist nurses and nurse practitioners

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4th Edition

ANNA DONALD, MIKE STEIN & CIARAN SCOTT HILL Late of Bazian Ltd, London; Royal Free Hospital School of Medicine, London; Specialty Trainee in Neurosurgery, London, UK

✤✤ The ultimate real-life guide for the first years on the wards - perfect for the Foundation programme ✤✤ Focuses on the needs of new doctors going through a nerve-wracking transition period in their careers, and outlines the realities of ward life including paperwork, self-care and common ward calls ✤✤ Helps new doctors tackle the emotional, intellectual and physical demands of their job, and allay common fears, such as identifying potentially serious conditions, and avoiding clumsiness and nerves when performing practical procedures ✤✤ Includes features on arranging finances, organising the next job, exams, alternative career pathways, the clinical audit, an updated radiological interpretation section, and a list of resources commonly used by foundation year doctors

Medical

The Hands-on Guide for Junior Doctors

READERSHIP: Foundation year doctors, junior doctors, and 5th and 6th year undergraduate medical students SERIES: HANDS-ON GUIDES SERIES

APR 2011  276PP  9781-4443-3466-1  PR  £24.99  €29.90 REPLACES ISBN 978-1-405-13609-9

Getting That Medical Job Secrets for Success 3rd Edition

COLIN MUMFORD & SUVANKAR PAL Both of Western General Hospital, Edinburgh, UK

✤✤ This fully updated pocket book covers recruitment at each step of the medical career, from the preparation of CVs and the application process, to the interview ✤✤ Features five new chapters, including the online application process for Foundation Programme training and the new structured interview in Specialty Training recruitment ✤✤ Provides details on how to prepare an effective CV and what to do to get short-listed ✤✤ Includes real examples of successful and unsuccessful answers to interview questions ✤✤ Features advice on successfully moving and settling into your first medical job READERSHIP: Medical students applying for Foundation Programme training, and recently qualified junior doctors applying for Specialty Training

APR 2011  104PP  978-1-4443-3488-3  PR  £17.99  €19.90 REPLACES ISBN 978-1-405-12185-9

Standard Electroencephalography in Clinical Psychiatry A Practical Handbook

Edited by NASH BOUTROS, SILVANA GALDERISI, OLIVER POGARELL & SILVANA RIGGIO Wayne State University; University of Naples; Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität; Mount Sinai School of Medicine

✤✤ Covers the clinical applications of EEG in the diagnosis and management of psychiatric disorders ✤✤ Provides guidance on when to request an EEG scan and how to interpret the results ✤✤ For each major psychiatric disorder, a chapter summarizes classification and clinical presentation, the role of routine EEG in diagnosis and management, the relevant literature and illustrates the topic with case studies ✤✤ Written by a team of internationally recognized experts who combine long-standing scientific and clinical expertise in the field of psychiatry and of EEG application in psychiatry with teaching experience READERSHIP: Psychiatrists, neurologists, neuroscientists, paediatricians

MAR 2011  216PP  978-0-470-74782-7  PR  £34.99  €44.90

Coercive Treatment in Psychiatry Clinical, Legal and Ethical Aspects

Edited by THOMAS W. KALLERT, JUAN E. MEZZICH & JOHN MONAHAN University Hospital Dresden, Germany; Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York, USA; University of Virginia School of Law, USA

✤✤ Explores important clinical, legal, and ethical aspects of coercive treatment, a highly sensitive and hotly debated issue in psychiatry ✤✤ Provides international perspectives on the universal problem of balancing safety vs autonomy when providing care and support in psychiatric treatment ✤✤ Relates theoretical discussion to real world situations and dilemmas ✤✤ Includes contributions from the leading thinkers in this field and from service users READERSHIP: Psychiatrists in all mental health care services, legal experts in mental health care

APR 2011  360PP  978-0-470-66072-0  CL  £75.00  €97.90

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Handbook of Psychotherapy in Cancer Care

Medical

Edited by MAGGIE WATSON & DAVID KISSANE Royal Marsden Hospital; Memorial Sloane-Kettering Cancer Center

✤✤ Published in association with the International Psycho-Oncology Society ✤✤ Provides access to practical and theoretical information on a wide range of therapies for patients and families with cancer ✤✤ Contains an abbreviated set of therapy manuals that can be used as a stand-alone guide to the development and implementation of the therapies in their own clinical context ✤✤ Describes models of psychotherapy and psychosocial treatments ✤✤ Features guidelines on therapy delivery from the world’s leading proponents of each therapy READERSHIP: Psychiatrists, clinical psychologists, general practitioners, oncologists, oncology specialist nurses, mental health nurses, palliative care practitioners

MAY 2011  344PP  978-0-470-66003-4  PR  £34.99  €42.00

Bipolar Psychopharmacotherapy Caring for the patient 2nd Edition

Edited by HAGOP S. AKISKAL & MAURICIO TOHEN University of California; University of Texas Health Science Center

✤✤ Examines major pharmacological treatments in the different phases of bipolar disorder ✤✤ Covers new treatments that have been reported at peer reviewed scientific meetings ✤✤ Provides information about treatment aspects in women, the elderly and children ✤✤ Written in a practical and user-friendly format and recommended for every clinical psychiatrist whose practice includes bipolar patients READERSHIP: Psychiatrists, neuropharmacologists, pharmaceutical industry researchers

APR 2011  512PP  978-0-470-74721-6  CL  £59.99  €77.90 REPLACES ISBN 978-0-470-85607-9

Schizophrenia

Current Science and Clinical Practice

Edited by WOLFGANG GAEBEL Heinrich-Heine University, Germany

✤✤ Provides a rapid overview of the current state of the art in schizophrenia research and clinical management ✤✤ Significant coverage of early recognition, management, rehabilitation and stigma ✤✤ Reviews findings obtained with current techniques such as magnetic resonance imaging, genetics and network analyses ✤✤ Written by experts with a good track record for research in schizoprehenia READERSHIP: Psychiatrists, neuropharmacologists, clinical and behavioural neuroscientists

APR 2011  264PP  978-0-470-71054-8  CL  £49.99  €65.90

Examination of the Child with Minor Neurological Dysfunction 3rd Edition

MIJNA HADDERS-ALGRA University of Groningen

✤✤ Provides an up-to-date description of this popular examination ✤✤ New material includes norms for comparison and assessment of reliability and validity ✤✤ Includes videos to illustrate typical and atypical performance READERSHIP: Paediatric neurologists

OCT 2010  168PP  978-1-898683-98-8  PR  £49.95  €65.90 REPLACES ISBN 978-0-521-41200-1

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The Outcome for the Child

PHILIP M. PREECE & EDWARD P. RILEY San Diego State University, USA

✤✤ Demonstrates the consequences for the child of alcohol and drugs in pregnancy ✤✤ Includes chapters on the diagnosis and management of fetal alcohol syndrome ✤✤ Explores strategies to support affected children and those who care for them

Medical

Alcohol, Drugs and Medication in Pregnancy

READERSHIP: Paediatric neurologists and paediatricians

OCT 2010  256PP  978-1-898683-88-9  CL  £65.00  €83.90

Sherlock’s Diseases of the Liver and Biliary System 12th Edition

Edited by JAMES S. DOOLEY, ANNA LOK, ANDREW BURROUGHS & JENNY HEATHCOTE The Royal Free Hospital, UK; University of Michigan Medical Center, USA; The Royal Free Hospital, UK; Toronto Western Hospital, Canada

✤✤ An iconic book of Hepatology with an outstanding sales record, now in a new edition ✤✤ Unique writing style in Sheila Sherlock’s simple, no nonsense language has been retained in new edition ✤✤ Internationally edited (previous editions were always written by Sherlock until she died in 2001) with key international names ✤✤ Four colour throughout with great illustrative artwork READERSHIP: Trainee and practising gastroenterologists, hepatologists, pediatricians, pathologists, general medicine physicians, gastroenterology specialist nurses

APR 2011  752PP  978-1-4051-3489-7  CL  £130.00  €129.00 REPLACES ISBN 978-0-632-05582-1

Practical Endocrinology and Diabetes in Children 3rd Edition

JOSEPH E. RAINE, MALCOLM D.C. DONALDSON, J.W. GREGORY & GUY VAN-VLIET Whittington Hospital, London; Royal Hospital for Sick Children, Glasgow; Cardiff University, UK; Universite de Montreal and Hopital Sainte-Justine, Canada

✤✤ Bridges the gap between the large, detailed endocrine reference book and a short review of aspects of endocrinology ✤✤ A practical, highly clinical account of paediatric endocrinology and diabetes in a readable and user friendly format ✤✤ Contains a variety of new features including boxes highlighting key weblinks, guidelines and case studies READERSHIP: Paediatric endocrinologists, paediatricians, diabetes specialists, endocrinologists

MAR 2011  272PP  978-1-4051-9634-5  CL  £69.99  €89.90 REPLACES ISBN 9781-405-12233-7

Clinical Dilemmas in Diabetes Edited by ADRIAN VELLA & ROBERT A. RIZZA Both of Mayo Clinic, Rochester, USA

✤✤ Provides focused guidance on the specific questions that the medical team face in the treatment of their diabetic patients ✤✤ Places emphasis on evidence based medicine ✤✤ Templated chapter structure allows for quick retrieval of information ✤✤ Edited by a former President of the American Association of Diabetes READERSHIP: Diabetologists, diabetes specialist nurses, endocrinologists, GPs with a special interest in diabetes

MAR 2011  176PP  978-1-4051-6928-8  PR  £39.99  €51.90

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Mollison’s Blood Transfusion in Clinical Medicine

Medical

12th Edition

HARVEY G. KLEIN & DAVID J. ANSTEE NIH Warren Grant Magnuson Clinical Centre; University of Bristol

✤✤ The definitive reference source for any clinician involved with patients requiring transfusion ✤✤ Highly practical advice on management for the clinician ✤✤ Completely revised and updated to reflect the rapid pace of change in transfusion medicine ✤✤ New sections on paediatric transfusion issues, peri-operative blood conservation strategies and intra-operative cell salvage READERSHIP: Haematologists, transfusion medicine specialists, laboratory technicians and medical personnel working in blood banks

JUN 2011  912PP  978-1-4051-9940-7  CL  £140.00  €182.00 REPLACES ISBN 978-0-632-06454-0

Advances in Malignant Hematology Edited by HUSSAIN I. SABA & GHULAM MUFTI University of South Florida College of Medicine, USA; King’s College Hospital, London, UK

✤✤ A comprehensive guide on recent developments in the molecular diagnosis and treatment of hematological malignancies ✤✤ Contains practical information on current treatment strategies and covers future developments in the field ✤✤ Fully illustrated READERSHIP: Hematologists, oncologists

MAY 2011  420PP  978-1-4051-9626-0  CL  £120.00  €155.00

Primer on Transplantation American Society of Transplantation

Edited by DONALD HRICIK University Hospitals Case Medical Center, Cleveland, USA

✤✤ A comprehensive yet concise overview of the dynamic and rapidly evolving discipline of transplant medicine ✤✤ Contains clinical case studies and presents the core knowledge required throughout ✤✤ Includes information on recent advances and promising areas of ongoing clinical and basic research in transplantation ✤✤ Published in association with the American Society of Transplantation (AST) READERSHIP: Trainees in transplantation, physicians and surgeons active in the field of transplant medicine, other health professionals in the transplant team, including nurses and transplant co-ordinators

JAN 2011  368PP  978-1-4051-4267-0  CL  £125.00  €162.00

The AST Handbook of Transplant Infections Edited by DEEPALI KUMAR & ATUL HUMAR Both of University of Alberta

✤✤ The official AST handbook on managing infection in transplant patients ✤✤ Easy to follow format for use in the clinical situation ✤✤ Information written and reviewed by expert members of the AST infectious disease community ✤✤ Includes tables, flow-diagrams, algorithms, references and further reading READERSHIP: Transplant physicians and surgeons, trainees, transplant coordinators and specialist nurses

May 2011  112PP  978-0-4706-5827-7  PR  £32.50

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Prediction, Prevention and Management

Edited by CATHERINE Y. SPONG National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland, USA

✤✤ Edited by a leading authority in the field ✤✤ Includes information on the epidemiology of stillbirth, causes, psychological effects and the management of the pregnant woman and her stillborn child and subsequent pregnancy ✤✤ Incorporates algorithms for ease of solving issues you may face

Medical

Stillbirth

READERSHIP: Obstetricians, gynecologists, nurse-midwives

APR 2011  352PP  978-1-4443-3706-8  CL  £99.99  €129.00

Contraception Edited by DONNA SHOUPE University of Southern California, USA

✤✤ A new addition to the Gynecology in Practice series ✤✤ A clinical in the office and also at the bedside guide ✤✤ Provides practical guidance through the use of algorithms, “Tips and Tricks” boxes on improving outcomes and “Caution/Warning” boxes on avoiding problems READERSHIP: Office-based gynecologists, trainee gynaecologists, reproductive endocrinologists, general and family practitioners, women’s health nurses SERIES: Gynecology in Practice

MAR 2011  252PP  978-1-4443-3351-0  PR  £54.99  €65.90

The Placenta

From Development to Disease

HELEN KAY, D. MICHAEL NELSON & YUPING WANG Washington University School of Medicine; Washington University School of Medicine; Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center

✤✤ Provides a clinical guide to identify and manage problems in pregnancy associated with the placenta ✤✤ Edited by internationally recognized experts in the field, including the Editor in Chief of the journal Placenta ✤✤ Includes Clinical Pearls, Research Spotlights and Teaching Points to highlight key insights for ease of use READERSHIP: Obstetricians, gynecologists, maternal-fetal physicians, reproduction scientists, obstetric nurse midwives

MAR 2011  352PP  978-1-4443-3366-4  CL  £120.00  €155.00

Harper’s Textbook of Pediatric Dermatology 3rd Edition

ALAN D. IRVINE, PETER H. HOEGER & ALBERT YAN Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital, Dublin, Ireland; Catholic Children’s Hospital Wilhelmstift, Hamburg, Germany; The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, USA

✤✤ Provides comprehensive pediatric dermatology coverage the evidence for diagnosis and treatment of common and rare conditions ✤✤ Updated with content on emerging conditions and research ✤✤ Globally applicable with international editors and contributors READERSHIP: Dermatologists and pediatricians

APR 2011  2500PP  978-1-4051-7695-8  CL  £325.00  €420.00 REPLACES ISBN 978-1-4051-1046-4

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Dermatopathology

Medical

Diagnosis by First Impression 2nd Edition

CHRISTINE J. KO & RONALD J. BARR Yale University School of Medicine; University of California, Irvine

✤✤ Provides an atlas to differentiate between the most common, visually similar diseases ✤✤ Clearly demonstrates problems faced with high quality, full colour images ✤✤ Presented from a trainees perspective in an easy to follow format READERSHIP: Dermatologists and trainee dermatologists, trainee pathologists, pathology technicians, dermatolopatholgoists, Mohs technicians

MAR 2011  312PP  978-0-470-65711-9  PR  £64.99  €83.90 REPLACES ISBN 978-1-4051-7734-4

Gynecologic Oncology

Evidence-Based Perioperative and Supportive Care 2nd Edition

STEVEN A. VASILEV & SCOTT E. LENTZ. Both University of Southern California School of Medicine

✤✤ Covers perioperative and supportive care in gynecologic oncology within the framework of evidencebased medicine ✤✤ Provides an evidence based approach to the available diagnostic and therapeutic options for a range of common and also difficult problems specific to gynecologic care ✤✤ Grades and levels of evidence for key topics are consistently highlighted throughout ✤✤ Includes tables and algorithms for key decision-making areas and decision “trees” summarizing treatment options, expected outcomes, and relative costs READERSHIP: Gynecologists, gynecologic oncologists, gynecologic surgeons, general surgeons, medical students and specialist nurses

APR 2011  582PP  978-0-470-08340-6  CL  £100.00  €129.00 REPLACES ISBN 978-0-471-24788-3

Salivary Gland Cytology A Color Atlas

MOUSA A. AL-ABBADI East Tennessee State University, USA

✤✤ The first atlas specifically addressing salivary gland cytopathology ✤✤ Replete with practical, immediately applicable information presented in full colour photographs, tables, and bullet-point outlines ✤✤ Radiological correlates are unique to this book, and point to real-life clinical scenarios in resolving diagnostic dilemmas ✤✤ Highly useful, with FNA technical hints, characteristic cytological descriptions, and associated histology READERSHIP: General pathologists, cytopathologists, ENT surgeons, radiologists, oncologic surgeons and dentists

MAR 2011  238PP  978-0-470-50092-7  CL  £66.95  €87.90

Cancer Epigenetics

Biomolecular Therapeutics in Human Cancer

Edited by ANTONIO GIORDANO & MARCELLA MACALUSO Thomas Jefferson University; Temple University

✤✤ This book focuses on the most promising developments in novel therapeutics for cancer patients. Its presentation of the latest research in cancer biology reflects the interdisciplinary nature of the field and aims to facilitate collaboration between the basic, translational, and clinical sciences. ✤✤ Highlights concepts while emphasizing practical applications of research ✤✤ Focuses on cutting-edge biomolecular approaches to cancer therapy READERSHIP: Research and clinical oncologists, translational cancer researchers, health professionals dealing with cancer science and therapies, and medical and biomedical science students

APR 2011  464PP  978-0-471-71096-7  CL  £66.95  €87.90

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Diagnostic Principles and Practices 2nd Edition

Edited by DAVID H. PERSING, FRED C. TENOVER, YI-WEI TANG, FREDERICK S. NOLTE, RANDALL T. HAYDEN & ALEX VAN BELKUM Cepheid, Sunnyvale, California; Cepheid, Sunnyvale, California; Vanderbilt University; Medical University of South Carolina; St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital; Erasmus University, The Netherlands

✤✤ Provides complete coverage of the principles and applications of molecular microbiology as they pertain to infectious diseases

Medical

Molecular Microbiology

✤✤ Summarizes the basic scientific theory underlying molecular diagnostics ✤✤ Integrates pharmacogenetics and other ancillary fields into the context of infectious diseases ✤✤ Completely updated and revised from the first edition READERSHIP: This forward looking text will appeal to microbiologists, pathologists, infectious diseases specialists, and their technologists and trainees.

FEB 2011  800PP  978-1-55581-497-7  CL  £77.99  €102.00 REPLACES ISBN 978-1-555-81056-6

Occupational Emergency Medicine Edited by MICHAEL GREENBERG Drexel University College of Medicine, Philadelphia

✤✤ Discusses the issues arising from occupational illness and injury that are specific to the emergency department not addressed in the standard emergency medicine texts ✤✤ Focuses on the most effective yet time efficient treatment and follow up for the most common occupational disorders ✤✤ Includes legal (and the associated implications for the physician, department and hospital) and administrative issues that arise in this unique environment ✤✤ Stresses the importance of recording the history of the injury because missed history can lead to inappropriate advice on treatment and recovery period, and potential legal issues with employers READERSHIP: All emergency physicians and emergency department staff

FEB 2011  264PP  978-1-4051-8071-9  PR  £43.99  €57.90

Advanced Paediatric Life Support The Practical Approach 5th Edition

ADVANCED LIFE SUPPORT GROUP Manchester, UK

✤✤ New edition of the internationally acclaimed bestselling coursebook for paediatric life support ✤✤ Presents the principles of recognising life-threatening conditions, then the procedures necessary to save a child’s life, followed by stabilisation and transfer to hospital ✤✤ Includes the 2010 European Resuscitation Council’s latest guidelines, and the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health new neurological guidelines ✤✤ Uses the tried and tested practical approach as developed by the Advanced Life Support Group READERSHIP: Paediatricians, emergency doctors and staff, and specialist nurses

MAR 2011  416PP  978-1-4443-3059-5  RING-BOUND  £44.99  €55.90 REPLACES ISBN 978-0-727-91847-5

Visual Diagnosis in Emergency and Critical Care Medicine 2nd Edition

CHRISTOPHER P. HOLSTEGE, ALEXANDER B. BAER, JESSE M. PINES & WILLIAM J. BRADY University of Virginia; University of Virginia; George Washington University; University of Virginia

✤✤ A new edition of this highly popular self-testing book, presenting a broad selection of 110 visual diagnosis cases - visual diagnosis is the key to saving lives in emergency and critical care medicine ✤✤ Provides cases that imitate the real-life situations typically found in the emergency and A&E setting, each accompanied by valuable additional information in the answer section, illuminated by over 250 high quality colour and black and white illustrations ✤✤ Now thoroughly revised and updated throughout, with 25% new cases and new illustrations, it is ideal for trainees preparing for examinations as well as an invaluable refresher for qualified emergency and critical care providers ✤✤ Written by distinguished emergency and critical care physicians READERSHIP: Emergency physicians and surgeons, emergency medicine exam candidates; GPs, medical students, and nurses

JUN 2011  204PP  978-1-4443-3347-3  PR  £49.99  €65.90

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Interventional Techniques in Uro-oncology

Medical / Nursing

Edited by HASHIM UDDIN AHMED, MANIT ARYA, PETER SCARDINO & MARK EMBERTON University College London, UK; King’s College London, UK; Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Centre, USA; University College London, UK

✤✤ Minimally invasive surgical techniques are moving into the mainstream of urological practice ✤✤ This well-illustrated book provides a basic introduction to the science behind each of the techniques as well as providing guidance on when and how to use them ✤✤ Each technique chapter follows the same template with key points and references making them easy to navigate READERSHIP: Urologists, oncologists, radiologists

MAR 2011  236PP  978-1-4051-9272-9  CL  £99.99  €129.00

The Royal Marsden Hospital Manual of Clinical Nursing Procedures Student Edition 8th edition

LISA DOUGHERTY & SARA LISTER Intravenous Services, The Royal Marsden Hospital, Chelsea and Surrey

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Includes the key evidence-based procedures students need to know Includes multiple-choice questions to help students test their knowledge Compact and portable – can be taken anywhere Clear, user friendly and easy to understand All procedures include the rationale for each action and rate the validity of the supporting evidence Marketing site www.royalmarsdenmanual.com with Ask the editor’ functionality Online edition www.rmmonline.co.uk also available Accompanying Lecturer companion site with Multiple choice questions & Powerpoint slides of all illustrations Accompanying Student companion site with Multiple choice questions

READERSHIP: Nursing and health care students in years 1, 2 & 3 undertaking clinical skills modules, on clinical placements’ and on other courses with integrated clinical skills.

APR 2011  1160PP  978-1-4443-3510-1  PR  £27.99  €33.60

The Labor Progress Handbook Early Interventions to Prevent and Treat Dystocia 3rd edition

PENNY SIMKIN & RUTH ANCHETA PT Private Practice of Expectant and New Parent Education, Seattle, Washingon, US; ICCE, Perinatal and Human Sexuality Educator, Community Health Centre, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, US

✤✤ Provides step-by-step instruction on non-invasive interventions to treat difficult labor ✤✤ Features clear and straightforward illustrations showing position, movement, and techniques ✤✤ Contains two new chapters on third and fourth stage labor and low-technology interventions ✤✤ Fully referenced and evidence-based throughout READERSHIP: Midwives and qualified nurses in maternity (labor and delivery) speciality and doulas; midwifery students

The third edition of The Labor Progress Handbook builds on the success of first two editions and remains an unparalleled resource on simple, non-invasive interventions to prevent or treat difficult labor. MAR 2011  416PP  978-1-4443-3771-6  PR  £22.99  €42.00

The Handbook of Midwifery Research MARY STEEN & TANIYA ROBERTS University of Chester; University of Chester

✤✤ A pocket-sized essential resource for midwifery students and for newly qualified midwives ✤✤ Provides midwifery students with the skills to undertake research with confidence ✤✤ Includes both Qualitative and Quantitative examples ✤✤ Includes a glossary of research terms READERSHIP: Pre- and post-registration midwifery students undertaking research; newly qualified midwives

MAR 2011  248PP  978-1-4051-9510-2  PR  £22.50  €27.00

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2nd edition

ROSEMARY MANDER University of Edinburgh

✤✤ Fully updated in a second edition ✤✤ Written by a researcher who is an experienced and practising midwife ✤✤ Emphasises woman-centred care and ‘normality’

Nursing

Pain in Childbearing and its Control

✤✤ Based on current research evidence ✤✤ Adopts an accessible and easily readable style READERSHIP: For midwives and a wide range of care providers who seek to assist the woman in coping with her experience of childbearing and any associated pain.

MAR 2011  216PP  978-1-4051-9568-3  PR  £27.99  €33.60

Evidence Informed Nursing with Older People DEBBIE TOLSON, JO BOOTH & IRENE SCHOFIELD Glasgow Caledonian University

✤✤ An evidence-based, case study approach to the care of older people ✤✤ Edited by experts in the field, with international contributors ✤✤ Provides an up-to-date treatment of the nursing contribution to key geriatric syndromes READERSHIP: Pre- and post-registration nursing students on adult nursing programmes and care of older people modules; newly qualified nurses working with older people

MAR 2011  280PP  978-1-4443-3113-4  PR  £27.99  €33.60

Clinical Diagnosis PHIL JEVON Manor Hospital Walsall

✤✤ The first UK text to explore clinical diagnosis from a nursing perspective ✤✤ In the Essential Clinical Skills for Nurses series ✤✤ Written by an authority in the field ✤✤ Concise, accessible, and evidence-based READERSHIP: Third year level students on adult nursing courses at degree and diploma level; Students on Advanced Nurse Practitioner courses; newly qualified nurses working in acute assessment and treatment units Primary care nurses; occupational health nurses; Nurse educationalists

MAR 2011  208PP  978-1-4443-3516-3  PR  £21.99  €26.40

Critical Care Nursing Learning from Practice

SUZANNE BENCH & KATE BROWN Florence Nightingale School of Nursing and Midwifery, King’s College London; Florence Nightingale School of Nursing and Midwifery, King’s College London

✤✤ Takes an evidence-based approach, with inclusion of a research critique relevant to each case study ✤✤ With contributions from experts in the field ✤✤ Practical and interactive, with scenarios, key learning points, case studies and reader activities throughout ✤✤ Clearly highlights the unique role of the critical care nurse. READERSHIP: Critical Care Nurses; qualified practitioners studying clinical specialist courses in intensive or high dependency nursing; post registration nursing students undertaking critical care pathways

MAR 2011  320PP  978-1-4051-6995-0  PR  £28.99  €34.80

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Cardiac Arrhythmia Management

Nursing

A Practical Guide for Nurses and Allied Professionals

ANGELA TSIPERFAL, LINDA OTTOBONI, SALWA BEHEIRY, AMIN AL-AHMAD, ANDREA NATALE & PAUL J. WANG Stanford University Medical Center, Stanford, California, US; Stanford Hospitals and Clinics, Stanford, California, US; California Pacific Medical Center, San Francisco, California, US; Stanford University Medical Center, Stanford, California, US; St. David’s Medical Center, Austin, Texas, US; Stanford University, Stanford, California, US

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Comprehensive coverage of cardiac arrhythmia conditions and the issues surrounding implantable devices Addresses key patient care issues Easy-to-use resource for healthcare professionals ranging from novice to highly experienced Case studies included to illustrate concepts

READERSHIP: Healthcare professionals working in cardiology, including registered nurses, nurse practitioners, physicians assistants, cardioverter technicians, and cardiovascular technicians Cardiac Arrhythmia Management: A Practical Guide for Nurses and Allied Professionals provides a much needed resource for nurses and other professionals who work directly with patients being treated for cardiac arrhythmias.

APR 2011  488PP  978-0-8138-1667-8  PR  £58.99  €70.80

Women’s Cancers ALISON KEEN & ELAINE LENNAN Southampton University Hospitals Trust; Southampton University Hospitals Trust

✤✤ A comprehensive textbook exploring the range of women’s cancers ✤✤ Includes examples of patient experiences throughout ✤✤ With contributions from experts in the field READERSHIP: Primary: Newly qualified nursing staff working in cancer settings; Students on post-registration and masters level cancer courses; Cancer Wards Secondary; Students on women’s health courses and women’s health practitioners

APR 2011  280PP  978-1-4051-8851-7  PR  £34.99  €42.00

Assertive Outreach in Mental Healthcare Current Perspectives

CAROLINE WILLIAMS, MIKE MIKE, SIMON WHARNE & ROB MACPHERSON Lancaster University; South West London and St. George’s Mental Health NHS Trust; National Forum for Assertive Outreach; Wotton Lawn Hospital, Gloucester

✤✤ Provides a contemporary analysis of current service developments in the area ✤✤ Written by experts in the field ✤✤ Covers cross cutting issues relevant to all areas of community mental health care ✤✤ Includes multiple perspectives: service user, researcher, service manager, commissioner, clinician and carer ✤✤ Covers both service delivery and therapeutic interventions ✤✤ Explores how the assertive outreach model is applied in the UK and Europe READERSHIP: Community mental health nurses; Primary mental health workers; Assertive Outreach practitioners of all mental health disciplines; service managers. Mental health nursing students; Commissioners; educators; researchers; policy makers

MAR 2011  264PP  978-1-4051-9865-3  PR  £34.99  €42.00

Venepuncture and Cannulation SARAH PHILLIPS, MARY COLLINS & LISA DOUGHERTY Vein Train Ltd, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust and Royal Marsden HHS foundation Trust

✤✤ Practical evidence-based guide which assumes no prior knowledge ✤✤ Provides nurses with the skills and knowledge to perform procedures safely and effectively ✤✤ Explores choice of vein and selection of appropriate equipment ✤✤ Addresses risk management, infection control and potential complications ✤✤ Examines common blood tests ✤✤ Includes clinical guidelines and real-life scenarios ✤✤ Provides an essential companion to Intravenous therapy

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APR 2011  280PP  978-1-4051-4860-3  PR  £24.99  €30.00

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LYNETTE MACKENZIE & GJYN O’TOOLE Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Sydney, Australia; School of Health Sciences, University of Newcastle, Australia

✤✤ Offers a practical approach to the analysis of occupations in real world practice ✤✤ Frames occupation as the key component for analysis and builds upon previous work limited to analysis at the activity level. ✤✤ Examines the interests, goals, abilities and contexts of individuals, groups, institutions and communities, along with the demands of the occupation. ✤✤ Presents examples of occupation analysis in different practice contexts READERSHIP: PRIMARY: Undergraduate Occupational Therapy students (years 1 & 2 specifically), Pre-registration postgraduate Occupational Therapy students. SECONDARY: Postgraduate Occupational Therapy students, Occupational Therapists

APR 2011  384PP  978-1-4051-7738-2  PR  £29.99  €36.00

Health Science

Occupation Analysis in Practice

Exercise Therapy in the Management of Musculoskeletal Disorders FIONA WILSON, JULIETTE HUSSEY & JOHN GORMLEY Trinity College, Dublin; Trinity College, Dublin; School of Physiotherapy, Trinity Centre for Health Sciences, St James’s Hospital, Ireland

✤✤ Provides a concise and comprehensive guide to exercise intervention within musculoskeletal physiotherapy ✤✤ Offers practical guidance for the use of exercise therapy in the management of musculoskeletal disease in different areas of the body and for differing pathologies. ✤✤ Evaluates the evidence for using exercise therapy as a treatment modality. ✤✤ Examines the potential of exercise as a treatment therapy. READERSHIP: PRIMARY MARKETS: Undergraduate physiotherapy students and newly qualified physiotherapists. SECONDARY MARKETS: Students and practitioners of sports science.

MAR 2011  272PP  978-1-4051-6938-7  PR  £35.00  €42.00

Role Emerging Practice in Occupational Therapy MIRANDA THEW, MARY EDWARDS, SUE BAPTISTE & MATTHEW MOLINEUX School of Allied Health Professions, Leeds Metropolitan University; School of Rehabilitation Science, McMaster University, Canada; Faculty of Health Sciences, McMaster University, Canada; School of Occupational Therapy and Social Work, Curtin University, Perth, Australia

✤✤ Offers an exploration of emerging innovative directions for the profession with a focus upon the theory and application of role emerging placements ✤✤ Explores how occupation focused practice can be applied to a wide variety of settings and circumstances ✤✤ Discusses both the potential and ramifications of role emerging practice on the occupational therapy profession ✤✤ Offers a vision for the future of the profession that reflects current occupational, social and health needs. PRIMARY ✤✤ Occupational Therapists ✤✤ Postgraduate and Undergraduate Occupational Therapy Students SECONDARY ✤✤ Occupational Therapy Academics/Researchers ✤✤ Occupational Therapy Lecturers ✤✤ Practice-based Occupational Therapy Educators

APR 2011  176PP  978-1-4051-9782-3  PR  £27.99  €33.60

Index of Medical Imaging JONATHAN MCCONNELL Monash University, Melbourne, Australia

✤✤ The must-have companion for diagnostic radiography students and newly qualified practitioners. ✤✤ Provides concise practical information on radiographic projections, positioning, procedures and clinical examinations. ✤✤ Acts as a useful reference to the roles and abilities of each of the contemporary modalities - digital radiography, computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, ultrasound and radio nuclide/positron emission tomography. PRIMARY READERSHIP: ✤✤ Undergraduate and postgraduate diagnostic radiography students. ✤✤ Newly qualified diagnostic radiographers. SECONDARY: ✤✤ Diagnostic radiographers

MAY 2011  224PP  978-1-4051-8544-8  PR  £24.99  €30.00

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The Mediterranean Diet: Health & Science

Nutrition / Dentistry

RICHARD HOFFMAN & MARIETTE GERBER ✤✤ Offers timely, authoritative and accessible account of the Mediterranean diet for nutritionists and dieticians ✤✤ Discusses recent developments in nutritional biochemistry, disease mechanisms and epidemiological studies ✤✤ Emphasizes the importance of understanding the Mediterranean diet in its totality by discussing the evidence for beneficial interactions between various components of the diet. ✤✤ Discusses the social context in which the diet is eaten, and public health issues associated with adopting it READERSHIP: Nutritionists, dietitians, food scientists and epidemiologists. Food product development personnel and others within food companies responsible for PR and other client facing roles. Personnel within government / agricultural agencies responsible for promotion of agricultural and fisheries products. Family practitioners, general practitioners and cardiologists.

JUN 2011  352PP  978-1-4443-3002-1  PR  £44.99  €54.00

Dietary Supplements and Functional Foods 2nd Edition

GEOFFREY P. WEBB University of East London

✤✤ Fully revised and expanded second edition ✤✤ Looks at the accepted uses of dietary supplements and also explores the wider picture, identifying common themes and principles or particular categories of supplements. ✤✤ Much new information across the whole spectrum of this fascinating and expanding field is included ✤✤ Additional material covering changes in relevant legislation, examples of ‘superfoods’, up-to-date information and informed debate concerning vitamin D, folic acid, fish oils, antioxidants READERSHIP: Students and professionals in nutrition, dietetics, nutritional therapy, food science and food technology, Personnel within food and pharmaceutical companies involved with supplement and functional food development. Libraries in institutions where nutrition, dietetics, food science and technology, health sciences and medicine are studied and taught.

MAR 2011  320PP  978-1-4443-3240-7  PR  £49.99  €60.00

Nutrition and HIV VIVIAN PRIBRAM King’s College Hospital, London, UK

✤✤ Written by a specialist dietitian for dietitians and related health professionals ✤✤ Contributions from an international team of authors ✤✤ Covers paediatric and adult care ✤✤ Includes international case studies READERSHIP: Practicing dietitians and nutritionists responsible for the nutritional care of the HIV and AIDS patient. Researchers, students and other health care professionals working and studying in this area.

OCT 2010  528PP  978-1-4051-8270-6  PR  £39.99  €48.00

Pitt Ford’s Problem-based Learning in Endodontics SHANON PATEL & HENRY DUNCAN Postgraduate Endodontic Unit, Dental Institute, King’s College London, UK; Dublin Dental School and Hospital, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

✤✤ Combines the theory and practice of endodontics, providing the reader with information that is both clinically relevant to everyday practice and also evidence based ✤✤ Includes over 60 clinical cases spanning topics such as the maintenance of a vital pulp, root canal treatment, surgical endodontics and trauma ✤✤ Each case is accompanied by full colour photographs and/or radiographs that illustrate the key stages in diagnosis, treatment planning, treatment and prognosis. ✤✤ The problem-based approach encourages readers to transfer knowledge and diagnostic skills from one problem to another and to improve their self-directed learning and reflective skills.

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MAR 2011  360PP  978-1-4051-6211-1  PR  £49.99 

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5th Edition

ROBIN BASKER, JOHN DAVENPORT & J. MARK THOMASON University of Leeds, UK; University of Birmingham, UK; Newcastle University, UK

✤✤ Adopts a flexible approach to accommodate the variation found in edentulous patients ✤✤ Stresses the importance of evidence-based treatment ✤✤ Emphasises care of the elderly and the value of holistic treatment ✤✤ Now completely revised and updated, including a new section on implant overdentures

Dentistry

Prosthetic Treatment of the Edentulous Patient

✤✤ In full colour throughout, containing over 100 illustrations READERSHIP: Undergraduate dental students, dental technicians, general dental practitioners

MAR 2011  304PP  978-1-4051-9261-3  PR  £44.99  €54.00

Principles of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery 6th Edition

UNDRELL J. MOORE Department of Oral Surgery, University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK

✤✤ A thorough and complete revision of one of the best-established introductory texts for dental students on this subject. ✤✤ A comprehensive approach to all core aspects of oral and maxillofacial surgery, the new edition also includes new chapters specifically on implant dentistry. ✤✤ All chapters have been completely updated and restructured to reflect the state of oral and maxillofacial surgery today. ✤✤ Now featuring colour images, and e-learning references, as well as clear illustrations and clinical images to support the text. READERSHIP: Dental students and recently qualified practitioners of dentistry

MAR 2011  336PP  978-1-4051-9998-8  PR  £39.99  €48.00

Temporomandibular Disorders ROBIN GRAY & ZIAD AL-ANI Grays Dental Care, Altrincham, UK; Glasgow Dental Hospital & School, Glasgow, UK

✤✤ Case-based approach to effective management of TMD in dental patients ✤✤ Covers basic scientific background as well as clinical scenarios ✤✤ Systematic presentation of information allows for ease of learning ✤✤ Uses a step-by-step approach to convey clinical information ✤✤ Illustrated throughout with helpful clinical images and diagrams READERSHIP: Dental students and general dental practitioners

APR 2011  192PP  978-1-4051-9958-2  PR  £37.99  €45.60

Orthodontics Principles and Practice

DALJIT GILL & FARHAD B. NAINI Consultant Orthodontist, Eastman Dental Hospital, UK; Consultant Orthodontist, St. George’s Hospital and Medical School, UK

✤✤ The latest in the Dental Update books series, offering a clear and comprehensive guide to contemporary orthodontic practice ✤✤ A highly practical clinical manual format covering patient assessment, diagnosis and treatment planning ✤✤ Includes both standard class malocclusions and specific entities, as well as appliance techniques, complex and multidisciplinary care, and retention READERSHIP: Orthodontists, general dental practitioners, undergraduate dental students, trainee orthodontists

JUN 2011  256PP  978-1-4051-8747-3  CL  £44.99  €54.00

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Periodontal Restorative Interrelationships

Dentistry / Veterinary

Ensuring Clinical Success

PAUL A. FUGAZZOTTO Private Practice, Milton, Massachusetts, USA

✤✤ Practical, step-by-step instruction for periodontal/restorative procedures in everyday practice ✤✤ Promotes increased understanding of interrelationships between specialties, resulting in more efficient treatment strategies ✤✤ Details treatment planning for simple to complex cases ✤✤ Includes numerous clinical examples and illustrations READERSHIP: Periodontists, and restorative and general dentists.

MAR 2011  176PP  978-0-8138-1167-3  CL  £51.99  €58.50

Oral Human Mucosa

Development, Structure and Function

CHRISTOPHER SQUIER & KIM BROGDEN Both of University of Iowa, USA

✤✤ A comprehensive account of present knowledge of human oral mucosa ✤✤ An examination of how form follows function from the molecular to the tissue level ✤✤ A discussion of the structural and functional barrier of oral mucosa ✤✤ A comparison of the homologies of structure and function between different stratified squamous mucosae READERSHIP: Graduate students and residents in the oral and dental sciences, also specialists in allied areas such as dermatology, internal medicine, gynecology and pathology, and researchers working in oral biology.

MAR 2011  192PP  978-0-8138-1486-5  CL  £51.99  €62.40

Evidence-Based Orthodontics GREG J. HUANG, STEPHEN RICHMOND & KATHERINE W. L. VIG University of Washington, USA; Cardiff University, UK; The Ohio State University, USA

✤✤ Land-mark text surveys the principles and practice of evidence-based orthodontics ✤✤ Covers clinical study design, epidemiology, and understanding of statistical data ✤✤ Equips readers with critical apparatus for understanding orthodontic literature ✤✤ Reviews the available evidence and studies in orthodontics ✤✤ Clear and cogent approach to clarify this vital area of study, research, and practice READERSHIP: Orthodontists and general dental practitioners, both studying and practicing, as well as researchers in dentistry and oral health-related subjects.

APR 2011  312PP  9780813806143  PR  £57.99  €69.60

Blackwell’s Five-Minute Veterinary Consult Clinical Companion: Small Animal Dermatology 2nd Edition

KAREN HELTON RHODES & ALEXANDER WERNER Riverdale Veterinary Dermatology, Riverdale, New Jersey, USA; Animal Dermatology Center, Studio City, California and Reno, Nevada, USA

✤✤ Part of the popular Blackwell’s Five-Minute Veterinary Consult series ✤✤ Offers quick access to reliable information on the most common small animal dermatologic diseases and conditions ✤✤ Provides a fully revised and reorganized update, with many new chapters ✤✤ Easy-to-use bulleted format helps in making rapid, accurate decisions ✤✤ Integrates more than 550 color photographs into the text as an aid in diagnosis ✤✤ Provides client handouts for use in clinical practice on a back-of-the-book CD

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JAN 2011  760PP  978-0-8138-1596-1  PR  £59.99  €72.00

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P. J. QUINN, B. K. MARKEY, F. C. LEONARD, P. HARTIGAN, S. FANNING & E. S. FITZPATRICK All of University College Dublin, Ireland

✤✤ Covers every aspect of veterinary microbiology for students in both paraclinical and clinical years ✤✤ Provides concise descriptions of the groups of micro-organisms, diseases they produce, immunological aspects and a summary of infectious diseases based on their main clinical signs ✤✤ Diagrams throughout showing the transmission of infection and new chapters on the application of molecular methods, food safety and public health, skin, the respiratory system, cardiology, and the urinary tract READERSHIP: Veterinary students in both paraclinical and clinical years

Veterinary

Veterinary Microbiology and Microbial Disease

APR 2011  912PP  978-1-4051-5823-7  PR  £64.99  €73.20

Small Animal Ophthalmology: What’s Your Diagnosis? HEIDI FEATHERSTONE & ELAINE HOLT Willows Veterinary Centre and Referral Service, Solihull, UK; North Downs Specialist Referrals, Bletchingley, UK

✤✤ One of the first books in an exciting new series that combines problem-based learning, case studies, and questions and answers ✤✤ Adopts a case-based approach with questions to test the reader’s ability to interpret clinical history, ophthalmic photographs and diagnostic results ✤✤ An ideal guide to how ophthalmology cases are handled in the clinical setting, providing an innovative and interesting way to increase knowledge and skills in clinical ophthalmology ✤✤ Full colour throughout to aid guidance and instruction READERSHIP: Veterinary students, general veterinary practitioners and veterinary ophthalmologists

APR 2011  256PP  978-1-4051-5161-0  PR  £34.99  €39.99

Fundamentals of Small Animal Surgery FRED ANTHONY MANN, GHEORGHE CONSTANTINESCU & HUN-YOUNG YOON University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri; University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri; Konkuk University, Seoul, South Korea

✤✤ Introduces the reader to the basics of veterinary surgical practice ✤✤ Includes many pencil drawings and clinical photographs to accompany the text ✤✤ Provides a useful resource for building basic surgery skills ✤✤ Covers key topics for surgical procedures such as positioning, draping, and instrument handling ✤✤ Serves as a valuable reference for gaining confidence in surgical procedures READERSHIP: Veterinary students and veterinary technician students

JAN 2011  352PP  978-0-7817-6118-5  PR  £39.50  €47.40

Manual of Trauma Management of the Dog and Cat KENNETH J. DROBATZ, MATTHEW W. BEAL & REBECCA S. SYRING University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA; Michigan State University, Michigan, USA; University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

✤✤ Offers accessible, practical information on stabilizing, diagnosing, and managing the canine and feline trauma patient ✤✤ Presented in outline format for ease of use in the fast-paced emergency setting ✤✤ Provides information on treating a wide range of injuries and conditions ✤✤ Emphasizes clinically relevant information on this common presenting complaint ✤✤ Includes more comprehensive, in-depth information on trauma than the coverage in general emergency books ✤✤ Equally useful to general practitioners and emergency specialists READERSHIP: Veterinary general practitioners, emergency and critical care specialists

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Management and Welfare of Farm Animals

Veterinary

The UFAW Farm Handbook

JOHN WEBSTER Emeritus Professor of Animal Husbandry, University of Bristol, UK

✤✤ A major update of the standard introductory textbook on farm animal husbandry and welfare ✤✤ Focuses on the welfare implications of farm animal methods in both large commercial units and small hobby farms ✤✤ Part of the UFAW/Wiley-Blackwell Animal Welfare Book Series READERSHIP: Students on animal husbandry and welfare courses taken as a part of an animal science, veterinary or other related programme.

APR 2011  640PP  978-1-4051-8174-7  PR  £38.50  €46.20

Equine Welfare BERNARD E. ROLLIN & C. WAYNE MCILWRAITH Department of Philosophy, Colorado State University, USA; Equine Orthopaedic Research Center, Colorado State University, USA

✤✤ Raises awareness of problems and abuses that occur in various uses of horses. ✤✤ Draws on the expertise of a range of acknowledged leaders in equine health and welfare. ✤✤ Will enlighten anyone with an interest in horses, professional or otherwise. ✤✤ Part of the UFAW/Wiley-Blackwell Animal Welfare Book Series. READERSHIP: Equine veterinarians and nurses/technicians, horse owners and riders, those in the equine industry, animal welfare scientists, equine scientists, equine science/studies students, veterinary students

APR 2011  504PP  978-1-4051-8763-3  PR  £44.99  €50.60

Atlas of Comparative Diagnostic and Experimental Hematology CLIFFORD SMITH & ALFRED JARECKI Covance Laboratories, Harrogate, UK; Sanofi-Aventis, Alnwick Research Centre, UK

✤✤ Over 400 color images of both normal and abnormal cells ✤✤ New chapter on flow cytometry and its application in terms of routine analyses as a means of identifying abnormalities in cell marker expression, which is of particular relevance for pre-clinical safety assessment ✤✤ Covers the most recent developments in laboratory animal hematology, including parameters measured by the latest generation of analyzers ✤✤ Coverage of a wide range of laboratory animal species, as well as those used in clinical veterinary trials READERSHIP: Clinical pathologists in pharmaceutical and diagnostic laboratories, as well as academic research, veterinarians caring for laboratory and exotic animals, and veterinary students.

JUN 2011  200PP  978-1-4051-7107-6  CL  £69.99  €84.00

Companion Animal Zoonoses J. SCOTT WEESE & MARTHA FULFORD Ontario Veterinary College; McMaster University Medical Centre and Cambridge Memorial Hospital and Wellington Waterloo Infection Control Network

✤✤ Comprehensive resource on diseases transmitted between companion animals and humans ✤✤ Emphasizes prevention and control strategies for zoonotic diseases ✤✤ Provides practical information on preventing the spread of disease between pets and owners or veterinary staff ✤✤ Offers an in-depth, current guide with coverage of emerging issues, disease incidence and risk, and management measures READERSHIP: Veterinarians, veterinary students, public health personnel, physicians, and nurses

JAN 2011  376PP  978-0-8138-1964-8  CL  £85.99  €103.20

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Principles, Techniques, and Applications 2nd Edition

JIM E. RIVIERE North Carolina State University, North Carolina, USA

✤✤ New revised edition, including two new chapters on recent developments in pharmacokinetics ✤✤ Fully illustrated models of kinetic processes and data analysis ✤✤ Provides practical application to both animal and human medicine READERSHIP: Veterinary pharmacologists, veterinary toxicologists, researchers in academia or industry

APR 2011  400PP  978-0-8138-2993-7  CL  £69.50  €83.40

Small Animal Bandaging, Casting, and Splinting Techniques STEVEN F. SWAIM, WALTER C. RENBERG & KATHY M. SHIKE Auburn University, USA; Kansas State University, USA; Kansas State University, USA

✤✤ Provides a practical how-to reference for effectively using bandages, casts, and splints on small animals

Veterinary / Life Science

Comparative Pharmacokinetics

✤✤ Illustrates proper techniques through step-by-step photographs ✤✤ Covers indications, aftercare, advantages, and potential complications ✤✤ Includes both soft tissue and orthopedic considerations READERSHIP: Veterinary technicians and nurses, veterinary students, veterinary practitioners

MAR 2011  152PP  978-0-8138-1962-4  PR  £34.99  €42.00

Hematology Techniques and Concepts for Veterinary Technicians 2nd Edition

GREGG L. VOIGT & SHANNON L. SWIST Eastern Wyoming College, Torrington, Wyoming, USA; Westfield Animal Hospital, Westfield, New Jersey, USA

✤✤ Discusses the basics of blood composition, with detailed descriptions of red and white blood morphology and function ✤✤ Covers the fundamental concepts of collecting, handling and preparing samples for the hematology laboratory for several species ✤✤ Explains the relevance of each hematology test, in addition to recognition of normal and abnormal test results ✤✤ New to this edition is a chapter dedicated to automated testing, explanations of newer techniques and tests, and more in-depth discussions of immunology and cytology READERSHIP: Veterinary technician students and veterinary technicians

FEB 2011  192PP  978-0-8138-1456-8  PR  £32.99  €39.60

Principles of Anatomy and Physiology 13th Edition, 2 volume set

GERARD J. TORTORA & BRYAN H. DERRICKSON Bergen Community College; Valencia Community College

✤✤ Best selling anatomy and physiology text continues to set the standard for the discipline. ✤✤ The 13th Edition is fully integrated with a host of innovative electronic media as well as the acclaimed illustration program. ✤✤ An innovative art program of generously sized illustrations – each including a key concept statement and review question – provides a consistent learning environment enabling students to make the connection between text and visual elements. ✤✤ A concise narrative, praised by students for its straightforward and easily comprehensible writing style, emphasizes scientific content over extraneous detail. READERSHIP: Undergraduate students of life science courses

MAR 2011  Approx 1350PP  978-0-470-92918-6  PR  £47.99  €57.60

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Sex, Stress and Reproductive Success

Life Science

DAVID D. LOVEJOY & DALIA BARSYTE University of Toronto; Protagenic Therapeutics Canada Inc.

✤✤ The first textbook to provide a concise, clearly written introduction to the mechanisms of stress-regulated reproduction ✤✤ Takes a novel genes-to-environment approach with a strong evolutionary component ✤✤ Comparative aspects include phylogenetic analysis ✤✤ Includes emergent issues associated with human society ✤✤ Covers wildlife and captive animal populations and environmental issues READERSHIP: 3rd and 4th year undergraduate students taking a course in reproduction across a range of degree programmes including zoology, animal science, neuroscience, physiology, biomedical sciences and psychology. Also, postgraduate students on a variety of taught masters courses

APR 2011  192PP  978-0-470-72138-4  PR  £24.95  €32.90  /  978-0-470-72139-1  CL  £75.00  €97.90

Essentials in Bacteriology Bacteria, the Invisible Rulers of Our Planet

GERHARD GOTTSCHALK University of Goettingen, Germany

✤✤ Unique, introductory text offering a comprehensive overview of the astonishing variety and abilities of Bacteria ✤✤ Easy-to-read, fascinating and educational ✤✤ Written by one of the best known microbiologists of our time ✤✤ Color images throughout ✤✤ Each chapter has a compact tutorial part with schemes on the biochemistry and metabolic pathways of Bacteria ✤✤ Comes with a companion website with questions and answers READERSHIP: Undergraduate Students, Biologists, Microbiologists, Highschool Graduates/ A-Level Graduates, Food Technologists, Bacteriologists, Students of Biotechnology

JUN 2011  300PP  978-3-527-32845-1  PR  £45.00  €49.90

Population Genetics of Bacteria SETH WALK University of Michigan

✤✤ Part of the American Society for Microbiology book series ✤✤ Provides scope of information unparalleled by other sources ✤✤ Contains a concise description of past discoveries and theoretical explanations that are relevant to today’s microbiology ✤✤ Examines how population genetics can be used to answer a number of basic and applied research questions ✤✤ Addresses how the population genetic field is moving forward to approach new microbiologic questions ✤✤ Provides expert opinions on the future of bacterial population genetics READERSHIP: Microbiologists of all kinds, particularly those interested in microbial ecology and microbial evolution, but also including clinical microbiologists and medical microbiologists. Epidemiologists, theoretical and experimental ecologists and evolutionary biologists. SERIES: AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MICROBIOLOGY

APR 2011  448PP  978-1-55581-535-6  CL  £105.00  €135.00

Cheese and Microbes CATHERINE DONNELLY University of Vermont

✤✤ Part of the American Society for Microbiology book series ✤✤ Offers a scientific overview of the beneficial association of microbes with cheese, through the lens of the numerous unique cheeses which result due to surface mold ripening, internal mold ripening, rind washing, cave aging or surface smear rind development ✤✤ Provides an overview of cheese safety and regulations governing cheese making, both in the U.S. and abroad, to ensure safety ✤✤ Authored by scientists who are the leading researchers and experts on the various aspects of the association of microbes with traditional cheeses READERSHIP: Food microbiologists, dairy scientists, cheese technologists, university dairy extension faculty and students

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2 Volume Set

BERNARD WOOD George Washington University

✤✤ An authoritative, internationally renowned author team ✤✤ Comprehensive, extensive coverage that reflects the interdisciplinary nature of human evolution ✤✤ Over 5,000 entries are presented, within 2 volumes, in a clear, accessible style. Provides up-to-date, balanced coverage of contentious issues. ✤✤ Companion web site, with additional maps, references, images and updates. READERSHIP: University Libraries and Institutions for use by academics, researchers and students across a range of disciplines including life sciences, natural sciences, archaeology and physical anthropology

Life Science

Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Human Evolution

APR 2011  1728PP  978-1-4051-5510-6  CL  Introductory price £350.00  /  €469.00 valid until 31st July 2011, thereafter  £450.00  /  €550.00

Infections Causing Human Cancer Softcover Edition

HARALD ZUR HAUSEN German Cancer Research Centre, Heidelberg, Germany

✤✤ The only scientific book Nobel-prize winning cancer researcher Harald zur Hausen has ever written now available as paperback edition ✤✤ Covers the intricate relationship between cancer and infections, written with first-hand, unsurpassed expertise ✤✤ Provides a thorough and comprehensive overview on cancer-inducing infective agents - viruses, bacteria and parasites - and their corresponding transforming capacities and mechanisms ✤✤ An extensive bibliography after each chapter permits further studies on the subject ✤✤ With a chapter on Helicobacter written by James Fox and his colleagues at Harvard University READERSHIP: Oncologists, Immunologists, Microbiologists, Molecular Biologists, Laboratory Medics, Pharmaceutists, Pharmaceutical Industry, Libraries at Universities, Institutes and Companies

OCT 2010  531PP  978-3-52732-977-9  PR  £75.00  €89.00

Atlas of Living Cell Cultures TONI LINDL & ROSEMARIE STEUBING University München, Germany; Cell Lines System, Eppelheim, Germany

✤✤ Provides a ready visual reference for all researchers performing cell culture ✤✤ Contains images for each line not only depicting the cell line under optimal culture conditions but also when contaminated or under very unfavorable conditions making it easy to detect any problems and alterations when culturing these cells ✤✤ Provides valuable tips and hints for cultivating these particular lines while keeping commonly available standard information about the culture conditions at a minimum ✤✤ Written on a easily accessible level READERSHIP: Biological Laboratory Technicians, Cell Biologists, Biological Institutes, Ph.D. Students in Life Sciences, Medical Laboratories, Cancer Researchers, Lab Technicians in Biology, Medical Technicians, Pharmaceutical Industry

AUG 2011  300PP  978-3-527-32887-1  CL  £39.95  €49.00

Psychiatric and Neurologic Aspects of War JACK D. BARCHAS & JOANN DIFEDE Weil Medical College of Cornell University, New York, NY

✤✤ Part of the Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences series ✤✤ Examines the wide-ranging psychiatric and neurologic consequences of war affecting every level of human organization from the nation state to the molecular ✤✤ Features contributions from a multitude of perspectives and modes of inquiry ✤✤ Covers a broad range of topics featuring papers on the nature of modern warfare and social interventions, as well as on specific neurologic and psychiatric consequences of war, such as traumatic brain injury (TBI) and posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). READERSHIP: Researchers and scholars in the fields psychiatry, psychology, politics, philosophy, and international relations SERIES: NEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES

NOV 2010  252PP  978-1-57331-804-4  PR  £70.00  €89.90

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The Year in Evolutionary Biology 2010

Life Science

CARL D. SCHLICHTING & TIMOTHY A. MOUSSEAU University of Connecticut Storrs; University of South Carolina, Columbia

✤✤ Part of the Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences series ✤✤ Features six synthetic reviews and two perspectives ✤✤ Several of these contributions address issues related to speciation, ranging from a synthesis of research on two continents on the fascinating adaptive radiation of crossbills to an evaluation of how differences in gene expression affect the process of ecological speciation READERSHIP: Researchers in evolutionary biology SERIES: NEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES

NOV 2010  252PP  978-1-57331-792-4  PR  £70.00  €89.90

Innate Inflammation

The Common Denominator of Risk Factors Leading to Stroke and TIA

WOLFGANG EISERT, GREGORY J. DEL ZOPPO & PHILIP B. GORELICK Boehringer Ingelheim Pharma GmbH & Co. KG and University of Hannover; University of Washington School of Medicine; University of Illinois College of Medicine at Chicago

Researchers and clinicians in the fields of neurology and cardiology ✤✤ Part of the Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences series ✤✤ Features contributions from both researchers and clinicians on innate inflammation in the central nervous system ✤✤ Focuses on molecular and cellular mechanisms that are altered by innate inflammation and the translation to cerebrovascular risk ✤✤ Examines recent animal studies reflecting the pathophysiological consequences following acute or chronic ischemia SERIES: NEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES

DEC 2010  300PP  978-1-57331-813-6  PR  £80.00  €105.00

Lyme Borreliosos in Europe and North America Epidemiology and Clinical Practice

SUNIL KUMAR SOOD ✤✤ Large, carefully designed, and mostly prospective clinico-epidemiologic studies are the basis for the evidence-based review chapters that constitute this book ✤✤ Clinicians will find herein a body of knowledge that will facilitate their management of patients, as well as arm them with authoritative information they can use to dispel the myths about tick-borne infections that have crept into the popular knowledge READERSHIP: Infectious Disease physicians, Internists, Pediatricians, Physician extenders (NPs, Pas), Family Practice, Public Health specialists, Entomologists, Veterinary biologists, Field biologists, Epidemiologists, Immunologists, Molecular microbiologists

APR 2011  512PP  978-0-470-64752-3  CL

Biomarkers for Antioxidant Defense and Oxidative Damage GIANCARLO ALDINI, KYUNG-JIN YEUM, ETSUO NIKI & ROBERT M. RUSSELL University of Milan; Tufts University; National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology; Tufts University

✤✤ Critically evaluates the basic concepts and methodologies of conventional biomarkers as well as current state-of-the-art assays for measuring antioxidant activity/oxidative stress and their practical applications ✤✤ Goes beyond conventional analytical methods of measuring overall antioxidant activity and provides insight to the discovery of biomarkers that reveal information on specific areas of oxidative stress ✤✤ Contributed by an international list of experts ✤✤ Describes both conventional biomarkers and recent developments in this area READERSHIP: Scientists who are involved in basic research on oxidation, applied scientists evaluating the effects of nutraceuticals or pharmaceutical compounds on antioxidant activity/oxidative stress, and physicians who want to understand the degree of oxidative damage in patients with certain chronic diseases

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How Microbial Communities Affect Health and Disease

DAVID N. FREDRICKS ✤✤ Provides a comprehensive description of the human microbiota ✤✤ Incorporates the latest findings that have emerged from the use of tools in molecular microbiology ✤✤ Includes perspectives and commentary by pioneers in human microbial ecology READERSHIP: Microbiologists, physicians, infectious disease specialists, graduate students in the life sciences, postdoctoral fellows, microbial ecologists, science teachers in colleges and graduate schools, clinical microbiologists, molecular biologists

OCT 2011  513PP  978-0-470-47989-6  CL  £86.95  €112.00

Life Science

The Human Microbiota

Building Brains

An Introduction to Neural Development

DAVID PRICE, ANDREW P. JARMAN, JOHN O. MASON & PETER C. KIND All of the University of Edinburgh

✤✤ Concise guide focusing on the core elements of current understanding with text boxes that provide additional detail for selected major advances ✤✤ Superb, full colour artwork illustrates and reinforces key concepts to help readers get to grips with the complexities of neural development ✤✤ Covers the earliest emergence of neural cells through to functional development ✤✤ Balanced mammalian/non-mammalian perspective with examples from diverse model organisms ✤✤ Dedicated web site to show key processes and provide MCQs for self-testing READERSHIP: Undergraduate students taking a course in neural development across a wide range of disciplines including biology, biomedical sciences, medicine, pharmacology and physiology, Postgraduates taking a variety of Masters courses within developmental biology and neuroscience, Researchers looking for a summary of areas outside their immediate field of research

MAR 2011  360PP  978-0-470-71229-0  PR  £34.95  €44.90  /  978-0-470-71230-6  CL  £85.00  €112.00

Annual Plant Reviews, Volume 43 Biology of Plant Metabolomics ROBERT D. HALL University of Missouri

✤✤ Part of Wiley-Blackwell’s successful Annual Plant Reviews ✤✤ Contributions from many world experts in the area ✤✤ Plant metabolomics is an exciting new cutting-edge area ✤✤ Provides essential core reviews of all important aspects READERSHIP: Plant scientists, biochemists, molecular biologists, geneticists, physiologists. Libraries in all universities and research establishments where biological, life and agricultural sciences are studied and taught SERIES: ANNUAL PLANT REVIEWS

APR 2011  448PP  978-1-4051-9954-4  CL  £140.00  €182.00

Plant Biomass Conversion ELIZABETH HOOD Peter Nelson, Randy Powell PhD

✤✤ Provides an overview of plant biomass conversion for plant and crop scientists and biofuels researchers and industry personnel ✤✤ Addresses both development of biomass crops and conversion techniques ✤✤ Discusses sustainability and economic issues around the development of bio-based fuels and chemicals READERSHIP: Biomass researchers, biofuels researchers, fungal biologists, enzymologists, protein chemists, biofuels chemical engineers, molecular biologists, industry personnel

FEB 2011  368PP  978-0-8138-1694-4  CL  £140.00  €182.00

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Plant Breeding Reviews, Volume 34

Life Science

JULES JANICK West Lafayette

✤✤ 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 SERIES: PLANT BREEDING REVIEWS

DEC 2010  396PP  978-0-470-87516-2  CL  £150.00  €195.00

Handbook of Molecular Microbial Ecology I Metagenomics and Complementary Approaches

FRANS J. DE BRUIJN This is the first comprehensive treatise covering the various – omics in a large variety of habitats, which could not previously have been analysed without metagenomic methodology. This volume includes topics such as: ✤✤ Species designations in microbiology ✤✤ Metagenomics ✤✤ Consortia and databases ✤✤ Bioinformatics ✤✤ Microarrays ✤✤ Other -omics applications READERSHIP: Researchers in metagenomics, microbiology, environmental microbiology, those working on the Human Microbiome Project, microbial geneticists, molecular microbiology, bioinformatics

JUN 2011  808PP  978‐0‐470‐64479‐9  CL  £210.00  €249.99

Handbook of Molecular Microbial Ecology II Metagenomics in Different Habitats

FRANS J. DE BRUIJN The second volume includes topics such as: ✤✤ Viral genomes ✤✤ Metagenomics studies in a variety of habitats, including marine, soil, and the digestive tract ✤✤ Biodegradation ✤✤ Biocatalysts and natural products READERSHIP: Researchers in metagenomics, microbiology, environmental microbiology, those working on the Human Microbiome Project, microbial geneticists, molecular microbiology, bioinformatics

608PP  978‐0‐470‐64719‐6  CL  £210.00  €249.99

Volumes l and ll are also available as a set. Set ISBN: 978-0-470-92418-1 Introductory price £310.00 €379.00 valid until 24th September 2011, thereafter £345.00 €420.00

Encyclopedia of Bioterrorism Defense 2nd Edition

REBECCA KATZ & RAYMOND A. ZILINSKAS The George Washington University, USA; Monterey Institute of International Studies, USA

✤✤ Comprehensively covers the field of bioterrorism, including related science, technology, medicine, politics, law, and history ✤✤ Topics include entries on bioterrorism agents, detection, clinical presentation of disease, defense efforts, risk assessments, treaties, past incidents of bioterrorism, and pertinent people and organizations engaged in terrorist activities ✤✤ User friendly, with biological agents covered consistently across entries ✤✤ Includes important case studies, with discussion of lessons learned

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APR 2011  900PP  978-0-470-50893-0  CL  INTRODUCTORY PRICE £260.00 VALID UNTIL 31ST JULY 2011, THEREAFTER £300.00

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LEIGH W. SIMMONS & T. JAMES RIDSDILL-SMITH University of Western Australia; CSIRO

✤✤ First comprehensive volume of the ecology and evolution of this model organism since 1991 ✤✤ Shows how knowledge of dung beetle ecology contributes to general theories of evolutionary ecology, community ecology, functional ecology and population biology ✤✤ Written by a team of top internationally recognized scientists, this volume will be of interest to all ecologists and entomologists and those working on ecosystem services READERSHIP: Researching scientists and graduate students of ecosystem functioning and services. Professional entomologists specializing in the study of this group and of beetles in general (Coleopterists).

Life Science

Ecology and Evolution of Dung Beetles

MAR 2011  356PP  978-1-4443-3315-2  CL  £65.00  €83.90

Conservation of Tropical Birds NAVJOT S. SODHI, CAGAN H. SEKERCIOGLU, JOS BARLOW & SCOTT ROBINSON National University of Singapore; Stanford University; Lancaster University; University of Florida

✤✤ First comprehensive treatment of the conservation status of the world’s tropical bird species ✤✤ Huge interest in the tropics persists in the academic conservation biology community ✤✤ Books on birds and bird biology remain popular READERSHIP: This book will be of relevance to senior undergraduate and graduate students as well as researching scientists and wildlife managers. Libraries, ornithologists, conservation biologists, and wildlife managers would also be interested in the book

APR 2011  380PP  978-1-4443-3482-1  CL  £60.00  €77.90

An Introduction to Zoo Biology and Management PAUL A. REES University of Salford

✤✤ First introductory textbook to cover the biology of zoo animals and the management, regulation, organisation and conservation role of zoos ✤✤ Based on established and popular course READERSHIP: Undergraduate and Graduate classes in Zoo Biology and Management, and training courses for zoo professionals, professional conservation practitioners especially those in captive breeding programmes

APR 2011  380PP  978-1-4051-9350-4  PR  £34.95  €44.90  /  978-1-4051-9349-8  CL  £90.00  €112.00

Ecological Bulletins, 53 Broadleaved forests in southern Sweden Management for Multiple Goals

MAGNUS LÖF, JÖRG BRUNET, LEIF MATTSSON & MATS NYLINDER Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences; Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences; Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences; Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences

✤✤ With its 20 papers, this volume presents the latest findings concerning the management of broadleaved forests for multiple goals including aspects of natural resource economy, human health, habitat conservation and restoration, forest production and wood science. Thus, this volume of Ecological Bulletins should be of great interest to all actors involved in sustainable forest management. SERIES: ECOLOGICAL BULLETINS

NOV 2010  248PP  978-1-4051-8886-9  CL  £35.00  €44.90

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Forest Entomology

Life Science / Aquaculture

WILLIAM CIESLA ✤✤ First comprehensive guide to the major groups of insects, particularly pest species that occur in commercial forest plantations ✤✤ Illustrated with extensive colour plate sections ✤✤ Well respected author from the non-academic, commercial/professional entomology sector READERSHIP: The primary audience for this book is foresters, forest health specialists, extension and regulatory specialists concerned with maintaining the health of forest ecosystems on public, private industrial and private non industrial lands worldwide and preventing the introduction of new pest species.

APR 2011  500PP  978-1-4443-3314-5  CL  £75.00  €97.90

Community Ecology 2nd Edition

PETER J. MORIN Rutgers University, New Bruswick

✤✤ An advanced-level, market-leading textbook covering the field of community ecology: the study of the patterns and processes involving two or more species ✤✤ Explores the rapid developments in the field over the last two decades, driven by new and more sophisticated research techniques, advances in mathematical theory and modeling, and the increasing pressure on the environment wrought by humans ✤✤ Features a number of revisions to bring the second edition right up-to-date, including expanded material on food webs and causes and consequences of diversity ✤✤ Includes new material on modeling, which is often one of the hardest sections of community ecology courses for students to grasp READERSHIP: advanced level undergraduates and graduates studying community ecology or population and community ecology

JUN 2011  480PP  978-1-4051-2411-9  PR  £34.99  €44.90  /  978-1-4443-33821-8  CL  £90.00  €119.00

Molecular Ecology 2nd Edition

JOANNA FREELAND, STEPHEN PETERSEN & HEATHER KIRK Trent University, United Kingdom; Trent University; Trent University

✤✤ Comprehensive overview of molecular ecology in accessible, reader-friendly presentation ✤✤ Includes population genetics, phylogeography, behavioural ecology, and conservation genetics ✤✤ Incorporates both theoretical and applied perspectives ✤✤ Much of the theory will be supported by case studies that are based on published research ✤✤ End of chapter activities in which students can apply what they have learned to hypothetical cases that are based on actual species and realistic data sets READERSHIP: Upper year undergraduate courses in population genetics and molecular biology and graduate courses and researchers wishing to enter the field of molecular ecology.

MAR 2011  464PP  978-0-470-74833-6  PR  £34.95  €44.90  /  978-0-470-74834-3  CL  £90.00  €119.00

Next Generation Sequencing and Whole Genome Selection in Aquaculture ZHANJIANG (JOHN) LIU Auburn University

✤✤ Unique linking of SNP technologies, next generation sequencing technologies, and whole genome selection in the context of aquaculture research ✤✤ Thorough review of Single Nucleotide Polymorphism and existing research ✤✤ 8-page color plate section featuring detailed illustrations READERSHIP: Aquaculturists, geneticists, physiologists, and genomicists.

FEB 2011  248PP  978-0-8138-0637-2  CL  £125.00  €162.00

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COLIN NASH NOAA Fisheries Service

✤✤ Comprehensive history of advances in aquaculture production from prehistoric origins to industrialized practices ✤✤ Written by a revered scientists with decades of experience working in the aquaculture field ✤✤ Engaging and informative it will broadly appeal to individuals involved in all facets of aquaculture READERSHIP: Aquaculture researcher, students, and professionals

JAN 2011  236PP  978-0-8138-2163-4  CL  £62.00  €79.90

Multiphysics Simulation of Emerging Food Processing Technologies KAI KNOERZER, PABLO JULIANO, PETER ROUPAS & CORNELIS VERSTEEG All of Food Science Australia, Australia

✤✤ Part of the IFT series (Institute of Food Technologists) ✤✤ In-depth coverage of simulation and modeling of emerging food processing technologies

Aquaculture / Food Science

The History of Aquaculture

✤✤ Understand underlying principles and quantify impact of temperature and flow evolution in product and equipment during processing ✤✤ High Pressure Processing, Radiofrequency, Microwave, Ultrasound, Pulsed Electric Fields and more ✤✤ Internationally respected editors and authors READERSHIP: Food engineers and food technologists; food processing R & D professionals; process engineers and chemical engineers; food scientists and food microbiologists; biotechnology and bioengineering professionals; food equipment designers; universities, food research centers, and professional libraries SERIES: INSTITUTE OF FOOD TECHNOLOGISTS

APR 2011  440PP  978-0-8138-1754-5  CL  £160.00  €209.00

Intelligent Agrifood Chains and Networks MICHAEL BOURLAKIS, ILIAS P. VLACHOS & VASILEIOS ZEIMPEKIS Brunel University Business School, UK; Agricultural University of Athens, Greece; University of the Aegean, Greece

✤✤ Presents the problems encountered in food production, warehousing, transportation and retailing ✤✤ Investigates the emerging technologies in these crucial areas of the food industry ✤✤ Includes case studies that offer technological solutions to real-life food logistics problems READERSHIP: Scientists and other professionals working in the fields of supply chain management, logistics and operations management in the food and beverage industry around the world; industrial engineers and researchers in information technology with a special focus on food logistics; students and researchers of these topics.

APR 2011  312PP  978-1-4051-8299-7  CL  £135.00  €175.00

Modified Atmosphere Packaging for Fresh-Cut Fruits and Vegetables AARON L. BRODY, HONG ZHUANG & JUNG H. HAN University of Georgia, USA; Quality and Safety Assessment Research Unit, South Africa; Frito-Lay Inc., USA

✤✤ Comprehensive coverage of modern MAP technologies for fresh-cut produce ✤✤ Unique chapters on MAP patents, commercial practices and nanotechnology ✤✤ Packaging machinery and systems section addresses day to day operations issues ✤✤ World-renowned editors and contributors READERSHIP: Professionals and management in the fresh and fresh-cut produce industry; food packaging professionals and packaging machinery and materials companies; food microbiologists, food safety and quality assurance personnel; retailers and food service establishments; researchers in university, government and private research institutes; faculty and graduate students in food science; university, government, and private libraries

FEB 2011  320PP  978-0-8138-1274-8  CL  £140.00  €182.00

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Handbook of Vegetables and Vegetable Processing

Food Science

NIRMAL K. SINHA, Y. H. HUI, E. ÖZGÜL EVRANUZ, MUHAMMAD SIDDIQ & JASIM AHMED Gracelad Fruits Inc, USA; USA; Istanbul Technical University, Turkey; Michigan State University, USA; Polymer Source Inc., USA

✤✤ Coverage includes biology, horticultural biochemistry, microbiology, nutrient and bioactive properties ✤✤ In-depth descriptions of new interdisciplinary developments and practices in the field of vegetables ✤✤ Entire chapters devoted to unit operations for over 25 major commercial vegetables ✤✤ Unparalleled expertise from more than 50 world-renowned authors and editors READERSHIP: Food scientists and technologists in the processed, fresh and fresh-cut produce industry; Research units specializing in vegetables and vegetable processing (government, industry, academia); Food microbiologists, food chemists, food safety and quality assurance personnel

NOV 2010  788PP  978-0-8138-1541-1  CL  £200.00  €259.00

Dairy Ingredients for Food Processing RAMESH C. CHANDON & ARUN KILARA Global Technologies, Inc., USA; Arun Kilara Worldwide, USA

✤✤ Contemporary description of dairy ingredients commonly used in food processing operations ✤✤ Focus on applications of dairy ingredients in various food products ✤✤ World-wide expertise from over 20 noted experts in academia and industry READERSHIP: Food scientists and food technical specialists in the dairy industry; milk and dairy food processing companies of all sizes; dairy industry consultants, extension staff and regulatory personnel; food companies that use dairy-based ingredients; dairy ingredient suppliers; dairy and food equipment manufacturers; professors and upper level students in dairy science and food science programs; libraries in the government, industry, and academia

FEB 2011  568PP  978-0-8138-1746-0  CL  £160.00  €209.00

Natural Food Flavors and Colorants MATTHEW ATTOKARAN Technical Director of Plant Libids ltd, India

✤✤ Detailed information on food additives from natural biological sources ✤✤ Unique coverage of natural flavors and natural colorants in the same volume ✤✤ Includes chemical structures of all principal constituents and CAS, FEMA and E numbers ✤✤ Includes techniques and characteristics of extracts, such as solvent extraction, dispersion and solubitization, nutraceutical function and effect of heat READERSHIP: Food processors, manufacturers and formulators; manufacturers of natural flavors and fragrances; importers and exporters of food ingredients; food scientists and food chemists; product development and QC/QA personnel; food marketing and management professionals; food policy makers and regulatory officials; faculty and graduate students in food science; university, government, and private libraries

MAR 2011  464PP  978-0-8138-2110-8  CL  £160.00  €209.00

Risk Assessment of Phytochemicals in Food Novel Approaches

G. EISENBRAND Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG), Germany

✤✤ The most current independent analysis about health effects of phytochemicals in food ✤✤ Provides scientific background on risk and safety assessment of toxicity in phytochemicals in everyday food ✤✤ The pros and cons of almost 20 testing methods have been commented by the internationally aknowledged and indepentend Senate Commission on Food Safety ✤✤ Enhanced by almost 40 posters on phytochemicals and their effects READERSHIP: Food Chemists onwards needs to be lower case to be consistent with rest of preview

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Implications for the Future

LYNN J. FREWER, WILLEM NORDE, ARNOUT FISCHER & FRANS KAMPERS All of University of Wageningen, The Netherlands

✤✤ Reviews the basics of nanotechnology in context of agriculture and food science ✤✤ Discusses nano-applications in the agri-food sector ✤✤ Highlights the technical, regulatory, safety, and societal impacts of nanotechnology in food science and agriculture ✤✤ Offers a valuable and accessible guide for both professionals, novices, and students READERSHIP: Food chemists, process engineers, food technologists, food industry, agricultural scientists, chemists in industry, safety officers, toxicologists, ecotoxicologists, libraries

APR 2011  320PP  978-3-527-33060-7  CL  £85.00  €102.00

Thermal Processing of Foods Control and Automation

K. P. SANDEEP North Carolina State University, USA

✤✤ Covers thermal processing from technical to automation and process control

Food Science / Chemistry

Nanotechnology in the Agri-Food Sector

✤✤ Theoretical and application aspects of thermal processing ✤✤ Valuable to industry, university and government individuals ✤✤ Discussion of future trends and directions READERSHIP: Industry personnel working in the area of thermal processing, professors and graduate students in food processing/engineering

FEB 2011  208PP  978-0-8138-1007-2  CL  £125.00  €162.00

Extrusion-Cooking Techniques Applications, Theory and Sustainability

LESZEK MOSCICKI Lublin University of Life Sciences, Poland

✤✤ A vast range of intermediate and processed foods are prepared by using high tech extrusion cooking techniques - the processed food industry is worth US$3.2 trillion ✤✤ Each step of the process is discussed in terms of sustainabilty ✤✤ All data complies with the EU and FTA environmental regulations ✤✤ Very valuable case studies are included, which can be directly utilised in industrial practice READERSHIP: Food industry, food chemists, food technologists, process engineers, chemists in industry, agricultural scientists, chemical engineers

FEB 2011  236PP  978-3-527-32888-8  CL  £65.00  €79.00

Mass Spectrometric Analysis of Illicit Drugs in the Environment SARA CASTIGLIONI & ETTORE ZUCCATO Both of Mario Negri Institute for Pharmacological Research, Italy

✤✤ Describes a new application of mass spectrometry in the detection and measurement of a novel class of contaminants ✤✤ Details how to estimate the levels of contaminants in the environment and discusses their behavior, fate, and their potential toxic effects on the ecosystems ✤✤ Provides analytical techniques developed to detect illicit drugs in waste and surface water, with detailed description of the liquid chromatography, mass spectrometry and tandem mass spectrometry methods ✤✤ Includes case studies from around the world READERSHIP: Analytical chemists, environmental researchers, forensic scientists, biologists, toxicologists, epidemiological researchers, ecotoxicology, health and social sciences researchers

MAR 2011  362PP  978-0-470-52954-6  CL  £53.50  €69.90

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Systems Chemical Biology

Chemistry

Integrating Chemistry and Biology Through Cheminformatics Approaches

ANDREAS BENDER, RAJARSHI GUHA & JOSEF SCHEIBER Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Research, USA; Indiana University, USA; Novartis Institutes of Biomedical Research, Switzerland

✤✤ Provides a descriptive outline of both the fundamental and the applied aspects of systems chemical biology approaches ✤✤ Includes case studies where computational network models have provided experimental insight ✤✤ Focuses on the drug discovery context of systems chemical biology ✤✤ Covers a broad range of aspects related to prediction of phenotypic outcome to interfering with key pathways READERSHIP: Cheminformaticians and bioinformaticians, scientists working in systems biology and medicinal chemists, scientists/researchers in drug discovery, graduate students and professors in these fields

MAR 2011  300PP  978-0-470-55447-0  CL  £66.95  €87.90

The Bioinorganic Chemistry of Chromium From Biochemistry to Environmental Toxicology

JOHN VINCENT & DIANE STEARNS The University of Alabama, USA; Northern Arizona University, USA

✤✤ First book to summarise and critically evaluate the biochemical role and environmental toxicology of complexes of the two stable states of chromium: chromium(III) and chromium(VI) ✤✤ A team of two expert authors ensures a consistent style throughout ✤✤ Many claims are made about chromium as a nutritional supplement or pollutant – this book will use the biochemical data to critically evaluate these claims June 2011 READERSHIP: Academics (postgraduates, postdocs and researchers) and industrial researchers in bioinorganic chemistry, biochemistry, inorganic chemistry, toxicology, and nutrition science. Regulatory affairs professionals

APR 2011  400PP  978-0-470-66482-7  CL  £120.00  €155.00

Fundamentals of Organometallic Catalysis DIRK STEINBORN & ALEXANDER HARMSEN University Halle-Wittenberg, Germany; TextWings GmbH, Germany

✤✤ Many questions and their answers included in all chapters at different knowledge levels ✤✤ A large volume of additional information, e.g. industrial applications of processes, are provided ✤✤ Important aspects of the catalytic mechanisms discussed in detail ✤✤ Not only focus on organic reactions, but also on bio-relevant reactions READERSHIP: Students in chemistry, students in biochemistry, graduate students, lecturers in chemistry, lecturers in biochemistry, inorganic chemists, organic chemists, chemists working with/on organometallics, catalytic chemists, libraries

JAN 2011  356PP  978-3-527-32716-4  CL  £90.00  €109.00

Privileged Chiral Ligands and Catalysts QI-LIN ZHOU Nankai University, China

✤✤ This book is an ultimate “must have” and long awaited reference for every chemist working in the field of asymmetric catalysis ✤✤ It presents the topic starting from the core structure of the catalysts and explains why a certain ligand/ catalyst is so successful. This unique concept gives the reader a deep insight of the topic ✤✤ Asymmetric catalysis plays a huge role not only in academia, but also in pharmaceutical/agrochemical industry ✤✤ The Nobel prize was given to researchers in the field of asymmetric catalysis some years ago READERSHIP: Organic chemists, catalytic chemists, chemists working with/on organometallics, chemists in industry, libraries

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JUNHUA TAO & ROMAS JOSEPH KAZLAUSKAS BioVerdant, Inc., USA; McGill University, Canada

✤✤ Focuses exclusively on biocatalytic processes ✤✤ Details a variety of case studies, not only in pharmaceuticals and fine chemicals, but also specialty and bulk chemicals and polymers ✤✤ Gives a comprehensive overview of green chemistry applications of enzyme-driven transformations for a wide range of industries

Chemistry

Biocatalysis for Green Chemistry and Chemical Process Development

✤✤ Demonstrates the application of biocatalysis across a wide range of chemical manufacturing fields, and why it is a good sustainable manufacturing option READERSHIP: Research and development scientists, pharmaceutical manufacturers and chemists, flavors and fragrance industry scientists, biorenewable energy scientists, chemical engineers, graduate level chemistry/chemical engineering courses

JUN 2011  480PP  978-0-470-43778-0  CL  £80.50  €105.00

Fundamentals of Organometallic Catalysis DIRK STEINBORN & ALEXANDER HARMSEN University Halle-Wittenberg, Germany; TextWings GmbH, Germany

✤✤ User-friendly: clearly structured, didactically written textbook on catalysis for upper undergraduate, graduate and Ph.D. students. ✤✤ Ideal for self-testing before exams: many questions and their answers included in all chapters at different knowledge levels. ✤✤ Additional information: a lot of additional information, e.g. industrial applications of processes, are provided, featured in boxes. ✤✤ Special benefit: important aspects of the catalytic mechanisms discussed in detail. ✤✤ Not only focus on organic reactions, but also on bio-relevant reactions. ✤✤ Focus on organometallic or coordination compounds as catalysts JAN 2011  474PP  978-3-527-32717-1  PR  £45.00  €49.90

Basics of Troubleshooting in Plastics Processing N. S. MURRALISRINIVASAN Plastics Technology Consultant

✤✤ Examines the main plastics processes as well as properties of materials, additives, and troubleshooting ✤✤ Provides the plastics processor with an improved understanding of the basics by explaining the science behind the technology ✤✤ Emphasizes processing problems and the defects in an effort to focus on basic root causes to problems and how to solve them ✤✤ Contains both practical and detailed technical information READERSHIP: Professionals in industry and manufacturing such as operators, processors, engineers, chemists, ideal for technical seminars in industry or courses in engineering and technology schools that teach polymers or plastics technology both at the graduate and postgraduate levels

MAY 2011  300PP  978-0-470-62606-1  CL  £96.95  €125.00

Heat Transfer Applications for the Practicing Engineer LOUIS THEODORE Manhattan College, USA

✤✤ A readily accessible text, clearly explaining the basic calculations needed for heat transfer applications area ✤✤ Covers specific heat transfer topics such as the class of heat exchange, the quantity or rate of heat transferred, the quantity or rate of heat “lost” in the application, the entropy gain, i.e., the quality energy lost in the application, and the cost to operate and maintain the exchanger ✤✤ Includes problem and solution manual and other supplemental material ✤✤ Presents the subject from a strictly pragmatic point of view, providing both the principles of heat transfer operations and their applications READERSHIP: Members of AIChE, ACS, RSC, ECS, ASME, the Air & Waste Management Association, and the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE)

APR 2011  814PP  978-0-470-64372-3  CL  £76.95  €99.90

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

✤✤ Provides information on the overall structure and business characteristics of the chemical, petrochemical, and plastics industries worldwide ✤✤ Presents tools and techniques for analyzing and planning in the industry ✤✤ Details organizational aspects of market research and planning function ✤✤ Illuminates the need and role of external advisory in chemical industry ✤✤ Gives readers a competitive edge to be able to better design business plans READERSHIP: All chemical, petrochemical, and plastics organizations globally, specifically chemical engineers, marketing managers, research analysts, business economists, business development specialists, etc, university libraries, public libraries, catalogues, financial institutes, marketing institutes, private consultants and advisors, people from other industrial marketing companies

JUN 2011  400PP  978-0-470-94813-2  CL  £100.00  €129.00

Principles and Case Studies of Simultaneous Design WILLIAM L. LUYBEN Lehigh University, USA

✤✤ Presents general process design principles in a concise, comprehensive format ✤✤ Well illustrated with detailed schematics ✤✤ Discusses conventional proportional-integral-derivative (PID) control structures to emphasize importance of maintaining product quality during disturbances ✤✤ Includes ten detailed case studies that illustrate the principles of process design ✤✤ Provides completed detailed flow sheets with Aspen Plus files included, along with examples of dynamic simulations using Aspen Dynamics READERSHIP: Process engineers, chemical engineers, plant engineers, petroleum engineers, readers working in the design and control of complex chemical plants, undergraduate and graduate students in their design, control, optimization, mass transfer, and bio-processing courses

APR 2011  336PP  978-0-470-92708-3  CL  £100.50  €132.00

Guidelines for Conduct of Operations for Process Safety Center for Chemical Process Safety (CCPS)

✤✤ Details process safety management (PSM) systems to ensure rigor in executing process safety programs with the goal of preventing major accidents ✤✤ Provides step-by-step procedures for setting up PSM systems ✤✤ Provides management practices so that companies can focus on executing proper process safety management programs ✤✤ Describes methods to ensure process safety programs are conducted as intended READERSHIP: Process safety professionals in all areas from government to academia to manufacturing, design engineers as well as risk engineers, insurers, especially those dealing with catastrophic loss potentials, municipal and regional fire inspectors and zoning commissions

MAR 2011  246PP  978-0-470-76771-9  CL  £80.50  €105.00

Comprehensive Chromatography in Combination with Mass Spectrometry LUIGI MONDELLO University of Messina, Italy

✤✤ Comprehensive chromatography represents one of the most powerful tools in the separation of complex mixtures ✤✤ This title is both broad covering many areas of techniques and applications, while still being focused on a specific topic ✤✤ One of the first and most up to date books dealing with comprehensive chromatography. READERSHIP: Lab managers, lab technicians, pharmaceutical researches from academia and industry, chromatography and mass spectrometry specialists operating in the industrial, environmental and clinical fields, graduate students to Ph.D. level and post-doctorate students, permanent-position academia researchers

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A Practical Guide for Applying Techniques to Real World Problems

DAVID YOUNG Cytoclonal Pharmaceutics Inc., USA

✤✤ A practical, easily accessible guide for bench-top chemists, this book focuses on accurately applying computational chemistry techniques to everyday chemistry problems ✤✤ Focuses on when and how to apply different computational techniques ✤✤ Addresses computational chemistry connections to biochemical systems and polymers ✤✤ Provides a prioritized list of methods for attacking difficult computational chemistry problems, and compares advantages and disadvantages of various approximation techniques

Chemistry

Computational Chemistry

READERSHIP: Research chemists in academia and industry, especially organic, inorganic, medicinal, pharmaceutical chemists, biochemists, graduate students in chemistry, professional and student chemists in industry, academic and government bodies interested in applying computational chemistry techniques to common chemistry problems

DEC 2010  408PP  978-0-470-88008-1  PR  £90.50  €119.00

Pharmaceutical Anti-Counterfeiting Combating the Real Danger from Fake Drugs

MARK DAVISON Pharmaceutical Consultant

✤✤ Addresses a growing topic constantly on government health agendas and in the media ✤✤ Provides an overview of the problem and possible solutions to the wide global problem of counterfeit pharmaceuticals and medical products ✤✤ Covers understanding, prevention and detection of counterfeit medicines ✤✤ Reviews anticounterfeiting technologies for the pharmaceutical industry: authentication, track and trace, packaging ✤✤ Includes case studies of anticounterfeiting from the USA, Europe, and worldwide READERSHIP: Pharmaceutical industry: security, supply chain and distribution, packaging engineers, logistics, regulatory; contract research and manufacturing organizations, government health departments (including drug registration, enforcement and health), academia (pharmacy, forensic and analytical chemistry courses)

JUN 2011  288PP  978-0-470-61617-8  CL  £60.50  €77.90

Cost-Contained Regulatory Compliance SANDY WEINBERG Tikvah Therapeutics, Inc, USA

✤✤ Provides a practical perspective of cost-containment for the pharmaceutical and medical industry, with strategies to control costs in submissions, compliance, and regulatory affairs ✤✤ Addresses compliance audits, outsourcing, electronic submissions as cost-effective compliance strategies ✤✤ Compiles industry case studies implementing six strategies on how to meet FDA regulatory compliance requirements and ensure product safety at the lowest practical cost ✤✤ Includes copies of official FDA and other agency documents that provide guidance and tools for implementing each strategy READERSHIP: Professionals in the pharmaceutical, biologics, and medical device industries, regulatory affairs, compliance professionals and policy makers QA/QC personnel, attorneys who practice in the pharmaceutical and medical device fields

MAR 2011  320PP  978-0-470-55235-3  CL  £73.50  €95.90

Carbohydrate Recognition Biological Problems, Methods, and Applications

BINGHE WANG & GEERT-JAN BOONS Georgia State University, USA; Complex Carbohydrates Research Center, USA

✤✤ Combines chemistry and biology aspects of carbohydrates in one book ✤✤ Aids in drug and therapeutics development by explaining the functions of carbohydrates in biological systems and their role as drug targets ✤✤ Presents interdisciplinary coverage from experts in glycobiology, carbohydrate receptors and sensors, microarrays, lectins, carbohydrate-mediated pathogenesis, complex carbohydrate synthesis ✤✤ Includes chapters on biomarkers and cancer, bacterial and viral infections, mass spectrometry for sequencing and analysis, biosynthesis, and informatics READERSHIP: Carbohydrate chemists, glycobiologists, medicinal chemists, pharmaceutical scientists, pharmacologists, vaccine researchers, organic chemists, biochemists, analytical chemists, microbiologists

MAY 2011  472PP  978-0-470-59207-6  CL  £83.50  €109.00

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Protein Kinases as Drug Targets

Chemistry

GERHARD MÜLLER, BERT KLEBL, RAIMUND MANNHOLD, HUGO KUBINYI & GERD FOLKERS Proteros GmbH, Germany; Lead Discovery Center, Germany; University of Düsseldorf, Germany; University of Heidelberg, Germany; ETH Zürich, Switzerland

✤✤ A comprehensive guide to kinase inhibitor drug development covering the entire drug pipeline, from target identification to compound development and clinical application ✤✤ A half-dozen first-generation kinase inhibitor drugs have reached the market over the past few years, therefore now it is possible to evaluate the clinical performance of these drugs ✤✤ Both editors are close co-workers of Axel Ullrich, the “father” of the pioneering anticancer kinase drug Herceptin READERSHIP: Medicinal chemists, biochemists, pharmaceutical industry, pharmaceutical chemists, molecular biologists, oncologists

FEB 2011  390PP  978-3-527-31790-5  CL  £115.00  €139.00

Green Corrosion Inhibitors Theory and Practice

VEDULA S. SASTRI Sai Ram Consultants, Canada

✤✤ Corrosion inhibitors are chemical compounds that when added to fluids or gas will slow down the corrosion of a metal or alloy ✤✤ This title provides a comprehensive source of information on modern aspects of corrosion inhibitors and their applications ✤✤ One of the first books to deal with corrosion inhibitors in terms of metal complex formation READERSHIP: Academic, industrial and governmental professionals pursuing research and development in corrosion studies

MAY 2011 

304PP  978-0-470-45210-3  CL  £66.95  €87.90

Impedance Spectroscopy

Applications to Electrochemical and Dielectric Phenomena

VADIM F. LVOVICH Cleveland Clinic Foundation Lerner Research Institute, USA

✤✤ Covers all of the topics needed to help readers identify whether impedance spectroscopy may be an appropriate method for their particular research problem ✤✤ Unique from other books in the field as it emphasizes many emerging systems such as biological, liquid colloids, polymers, sensors, and fluid as opposed to solid state applications ✤✤ Includes examples of how impedance spectroscopy is used to analyze energy storage devices, batteries, and fuel cells ✤✤ Teaches the reader how to apply impedance spectroscopy methods to their own research problems by introducing practical examples and calculations for real life systems READERSHIP: Graduate students in electrochemistry, materials science, and chemical engineering, scientists and engineers who work with electrochemistry, corrosion, and conductors, including those in the biomedical field, researchers (material scientists, analytical and physical chemists, chemical engineers), and applications scientists

MAR 2011  250PP  978-0-470-62778-5  CL  £60.50  €77.90

Electrochemical Aspects of Ionic Liquids 2nd Edition

HIROYUKI OHNO Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan

✤✤ Ionic liquids are becoming widely recognized as “green” solvents for various applications including organic synthesis, separations technology, and electrochemistry; their potential are just starting to be discovered by the broad scientific community ✤✤ This title includes new chapters on li ion batteries and actuators ✤✤ Revision of existing chapters to include a discussion on purification and the effects of impurities, adsorption of ionic liquids on interfaces and on the electrochemical double layer, among other topics ✤✤ Aimed at a broad readership while still containing a high level of expertise

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MAR 2011  456PP  978-0-470-64781-3  CL  £123.00  €159.00

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BAOSHAN XING, NICOLA SENESI & PAN MING HUANG University of Massachusetts, USA; University di Bari, Italy; University of Saskatchewan, Canada

✤✤ Aids readers in understanding the outcome of important organic environmental pollutants in the environment ✤✤ Cover the state-of-the-art analytical techniques used to detect AOCs, such as NMR, FTIR absorption spectroscopies, and biosensors ✤✤ AOCs range from gasoline components (e.g., benzene, toluene, xylene) to emerging contaminants such as endocrine disrupting chemicals

Chemistry

Biophysico-Chemical Processes of Anthropogenic Organic Compounds in Environmental Systems

✤✤ Provides remediation techniques on how to restore natural environments contaminated by AOCs READERSHIP: Senior undergraduate and graduate students in environmental science and engineering, water science, soil science, marine science, atmospheric science, geosciences and ecological science, chemists and biologists, geochemists, environmental engineers, soil, water and environmental scientists,professors, research scientists and professional consultants working on environmental and ecological systems

MAR 2011 

488PP  978-0-470-53963-7  CL  £86.95  €112.00

Scent of the Vanishing Flora ROMAN KAISER Givaudan Schweiz AG, Switzerland

✤✤ A contribution to the UN International Year of Biodiversity ✤✤ Over 400 illustrations, 258 in color ✤✤ Unique collection of more than 250 endangered plants and their scents ✤✤ Excellent layout, printing, photographs and cover quality ✤✤ More than 270 scents chemically analyzed READERSHIP: Organic chemists, biochemists, perfumers, natural products chemists, perfume industry, biologists

NOV 2010  400PP  978-3-90639-064-2  CL  £105.00  €129.00

The Chemical Element

Chemistry’s Contribution to Our Global Future

JAVIER GARCIA-MARTINEZ & ELENA SERRANO-TORREGROSA University of Alicante, Spain

✤✤ In the International Year of Chemistry 2011, leading chemists show how their science is essential to ensuring the long-term survival of humanity. Following the U.N. Millennium Development Goals, the 10 most critical areas are examined, including energy, climate, food, water and health ✤✤ For everyone interested in what is really possible and what isn’t in global devlopment, here is a first-hand account of what scientists believe they can achieve ✤✤ All authors are opinion leaders in their fields. Several of them are high-ranking decision makers in national and international institutions READERSHIP: Chemists, environmental chemists, journalists, teachers, those interested in chemistry and natural sciences

APR 2011  360PP  978-3-527-32880-2  CL  £22.50  €24.90

Dictionary of Scientific Principles STEPHEN MARVIN West Chester University, USA

✤✤ A unique and timeless collection of (almost) all known rules or laws commonly called principles and their use ✤✤ Two parts to the Dictionary: The first presents more than 2,000 Principles organized in a standard alphabetical order; the second part provides a list of subject headings for which related principles are identified. ✤✤ List of references is included to help find further in-depth information, as well as extensive cross-references to related topics within the dictionary READERSHIP: Libraries (including public library, community college, high school library, special and academic libraries), scientists and other professionals, college students, teachers, the general public

DEC 2010  648PP  978-0-470-14680-4  CL  £130.00  €169.00

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Industrial Organic Chemistry

Chemistry

5th Edition

HANS-JÜRGEN ARPE Formerly of Hoechst AG, Germany

✤✤ Up-to-date production data of the most important industrial markets have been taken into consideration ✤✤ Chemical formula adapted to ACS standard ✤✤ Ideal for getting an overview of applied organic chemistry ✤✤ Exemplary, well-structured and concise treatment of current industrial applications of organic chemistry READERSHIP: Chemists in industry, chemical industry, chemical engineers, lecturers in chemistry, students in chemistry, universities of applied sciences

SEP 2010  525PP  978-3-527-32002-8  CL  £115.00  €139.00

Platelet Proteomics

Principles, Analysis, and Applications

ÁNGEL GARCÍA-ALONSO & YOTIS SENIS Universidade de Santiago de Compostela, Spain; University of Birmingham, UK

✤✤ Platelets play a fundamental role in haemostasis.Unwanted platelet activation leads to the formation of blood clots and other diseases such as diabetes ✤✤ Areas of research include non-gel based separation methods (MudPit), analysis of the general platelet proteome and signalling cascades by gel-based separation methods (2-DE), and sub-proteome analyses (secretome/releasate, membrane proteins, organelles) ✤✤ The book focuses on the main research done on platelet proteomics, such as general proteome mapping and the analysis of the general platelet proteome and signaling READERSHIP: Senior scientists, clinicians with interests in research of platelet-related diseases, PhD and graduate students, proteomics and trascriptomics researchers, particularly those involved in platelet and cardiovascular research

MAR 2011  352PP  978-0-470-46337-6  CL  £66.95  €87.90

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Fieser and Fieser’s Reagents for Organic Synthesis Volumes 1–26, and Collective Index for Volumes 1–22

TSE-LOK HO The NutraSweet Co., USA

✤✤ The well respected and ever popular Fieser and Fieser Series on reagents for organic synthesis provides concise descriptions, good structural formulas and selected examples of applications ✤✤ Provides references to new reagents as well as to reagents included in previous volumes ✤✤ Reagents are listed in alphabetical order by common name, and the brief entry tells how to make it or buy it, what it is good for, and where to find complete details READERSHIP: Organic chemists in industry and academia, graduate students in organic chemistry

APR 2011  3700PP  978-0-470-89458-3  CL  £2133.00  €2740.00

Name Reactions Series JIE JACK LI & E. J. COREY Pfizer Global Research and Development, USA; Harvard University, USA

✤✤ Collects all volumes of the well-established and authoritative series on name reactions in organic chemistry ✤✤ Provides an authoritative and comprehensive coverage of the name reactions used in organic chemistry ✤✤ 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 READERSHIP: Research organic chemists and medicinal chemists in industries such as pharmaceuticals, biotech, agricultural, fine chemicals, and polymer science, chemistry and medicinal libraries, graduate students in organic chemistry and polymer synthesis

SEP 2010  3718PP  978-0-470-94032-7  CL  £457.00  €590.00

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CHRIS A. KNIPE University of Ulster, Northern Ireland

✤✤ The 42nd annual volume in this highly successful series ✤✤ Mechanisms of stereo-specific reactions are highlighted ✤✤ Literature is compiled and reviews are written by a team of experienced editors and authors ✤✤ A unique series surveying the advances in the understanding of organic reaction mechanisms ✤✤ The only book series concentrating on organic reaction mechanisms

Chemistry

Organic Reaction Mechanisms 2008

READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates, graduate students and postdocs, chemists working in academia and industry in the areas of organic and organometallic chemistry, organic synthesis, medicinal and pharmaceutical chemistry

JAN 2011  560PP  978-0-470-74981-4  CL  £330.00  €430.00

Foundations of Organic Chemistry Unity and Diversity of Structures, Pathways, and Reactions

DAVID R. DALTON Temple University, USA

✤✤ Includes broad coverage of all topics relevant to organic chemistry ✤✤ Suitable for chemistry majors rather than just pre-med students, setting it apart from other competing textbooks ✤✤ Directs the reader to question present assumptions rather than to accept what is told, unlike other books that stress uncritical thinking and applications READERSHIP: Students of organic chemistry, biochemisty, pharmaceuticals, polymers, advanced undergraduate and graduate students in general organic chemistry courses, libraries – chemistry, biochemistry, engineering, medical, health sciences (nutrition), professionals in government institutes and industries such as pharmaceuticals, agriculture, polymers/materials science, and biotechnology

MAY 2011  1584PP  978-0-470-47908-7  CL  £100.50  €132.00

The Chemistry of Hydroxylamines, Oximes and Hydroxamic Acids Volume 2

JOEL F. LIEBMAN & ZVI RAPPOPORT University of Maryland, USA; The Hebrew University, Israel

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In recent years we have seen a tremendous development in the area of hydroxylamines This volume brings exciting additions and extensions to the content published in 2009 Focus on an important class of compounds in organic synthesis Key information on a major building block for chemical and pharmaceutical industries Contributions by leading experts Delivers the quality expected from the “Patai Series”

READERSHIP: Organic chemists in industry academia in the following departments: organic chemistry, pharmaceutical and medicinal chemistry, agrochemicals, food and beverages, materials and polymers. All aspects of chemistry are covered, such as theoretical, computational, physical, thermodynamics and kinetics, MS, NMR, IR/UV, crystallography, synthesis, biological chemistry, biochemistry, pharmacology, environmental chemistry and industrial applications.

JAN 2011  1352PP  978-0-470-68263-0  CL  £695.00  €900.00

Emergency Response Management of Offshore Oil Spills Guidelines for Emergency Responders

NICHOLAS P. CHEREMISINOFF & ANTON DAVLETSHIN Both of N&P Technical Environmental Consulting, USA

✤✤ Recommendations and guidance on proper air monitoring methods ✤✤ Suggestions related to protective garments such as respirators ✤✤ Comparative product information on chemical dispersants,shoreline bleaching and cleaning chemicals ✤✤ Discussions in the areas of deficiencies in responding to spills and why the oil industry needs to be more responsive to developing technologies READERSHIP: Environmental engineers, safety engineers, petroleum engineers, drilling rig managers, drilling engineers, any HAZMAT or safety team working in an offshore environment, government staff concerned with safety and environmental issues in an offshore drilling operation, lawyers and other consultants concerned with safety issues and environmental issues surrounding offshore drilling operations

DEC 2010 

529PP  978-0-470-92712-0  CL  £116.67  €152.00

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HIV-1 Integrase

Chemistry

Mechanism and Inhibitor Design

NOURI NEAMATI & BINGHE WANG University of Southern California, USA; Georgia State University, USA

✤✤ A valuable introduction to the mechanisms of action and inhibitor design for HIV-1 integrase, filling a gap in market for a single-source reference for those working to devise anti-AIDS drugs ✤✤ Combines chemical, biochemical, and biological approaches to a promising target enzyme for combating HIV and retroviruses ✤✤ Includes examples of rational drug design for a difficult drug target ✤✤ Addresses drug design issues from a variety of perspectives that can help investigators and students understand the challenges of inhibitor drug discovery READERSHIP: Pharmaceutical scientists and medicinal chemists in drug design and discovery for antiviral drugs and inhibitors; synthetic chemists, pharmacologists, biochemists, and virologists

MAY 2011  392PP  978-0-470-18474-5  CL  £83.50  €109.00

Interpretation of Organic Spectra YONG-CHENG NING Tsinghua University, China

✤✤ Authored by an experienced scientist with over 36 years in the field ✤✤ Presents original, creative and practical ideas and methods ✤✤ Arms readers with both theoretical and experimental aspects of the intended area ✤✤ Demonstrates various challenging examples to help build competence and confidence ✤✤ Provides supplementary CD with practical examples READERSHIP: Graduate and senior undergraduate students in organic chemistry, analytical chemistry, spectroscopy, bio-organic chemistry and other related fields, professional scientists and researchers in relevant fields, supplementary text for chemists in industry

FEB 2011  416PP  978-0-470-82516-7  CL  £3655.00  €4386.00

Advances in Chiroptical Methods 2 Volume Set

NINA BEROVA, ROBERT W. WOODY, PRASAD POLAVARAPU & KOJI NAKANISHI Columbia University, USA; Colorado State University, USA; Vanderbilt University, USA; Columbia University, USA

✤✤ In-depth description of theoretical methods and simulation techniques applied to structure determination of chromophores, excitons, metalloorganic compounds, inorganic compounds, and proteins ✤✤ Presents the most important applications of chiroptical spectroscopy to problems in organic and inorganic chemistry, and biochemistry and structural biology ✤✤ The only set of its kind with comparable, up-to-date, in-depth coverage of recent developments and frontier topics ✤✤ Contains a tutorial on how to select the best CD approach for structure determination READERSHIP: Physical organic chemists, spectroscopists, inorganic chemists, biochemists, biomolecular researchers, protein scientists and biophyhsicists, biophysical chemists, analytical chemists, drug researchers.

MAR 2011  1000PP  978-0-470-64135-4  CL  £217.00  €279.00

Dendrimers

Towards Catalytic, Material and Biomedical Uses

ANNE-MARIE CAMINADE, CEDRIC-OLIVIER TURRIN, REGIS LAURENT, ARNELLE OUALI & BEATRICE DELAVAUX-NICOT CNRS, France

✤✤ Gives a coherent and homogeneous picture of dendrimers uses and its focus on “applications” make it different from other books currently available ✤✤ Primarily addressed to researchers in the field of dendrimers in academic research groups and in industrial research groups ✤✤ Dendrimers are an important topic of research that involves many disciplines including polymer science, materials science, drug-delivery systems, etc ✤✤ The author is internationally recognized as a leading researcher in the field.

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MAY 2011  456PP  978-0-470-74881-7  CL  £100.00  €129.00

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DARRELL R. BOVERHOF & B. BHASKAR GOLLAPUDI Both of Dow Chemical Company, USA

✤✤ Toxicogenomics have the potential to change current toxicology practices by providing valuable enhancements to chemical safety assessment ✤✤ Provides an overview of the practical application of toxicogenomics to the risk assessment process ✤✤ Covers the use of toxicogenomics in dose-response analysis, cross-species extrapolations, and the establishment of animal alternatives

Chemistry

Applications of Toxicogenomics in Safety Evaluation and Risk Assessment

✤✤ Includes applications in mutagenicity, carcinogenicity, endocrine toxicity, organ-specific toxicity, population monitoring, and ecotoxicology ✤✤ Sets a foundation for moving toxicogenomics from just a hot technology to an accepted approach READERSHIP: Toxicologists, risk assessors, chemists, molecular biologists, bioinformaticians, and academic, industrial, and regulatory researchers.

APR 2011  372PP  978-0-470-44982-0  CL  £3655.00  €4998.00

Aerosol Measurement Principles, Techniques, and Applications 3rd Edition

PRAMOD KULKARNI, PAUL A. BARON & KLAUS WILLEKE National Institute for Occupational Health and Safety, USA; National Institute for Occupational Health and Safety, USA; University of Cincinnati, USA

✤✤ Covers new and developing areas such as: aerosols and nanotechnology; nanoparticles and health effects; characterization of macromolecules; advances in single particle mass spectrometry; electrospray and its applications; aerosols and climate change; carbon soot and radiation measurements in the atmosphere, among others ✤✤ Individual chapters written by industry leaders and researchers ✤✤ Includes a wide variety of calculations and equations ✤✤ Includes access to the Aerosol Calculator, created by editor Paul Baron, that allows calculation of virtually all equations in the book READERSHIP: Academic/research, graduate students, professionals and other practitioners in the aerosol science field, environmental scientists and engineers, atmospheric scientists

MAR 2011  1462PP  978-0-470-38741-2  CL  £133.00  €172.00

Surface and Thin Film Analysis

A Compendium of Principles, Instrumentation, and Applications

GERNOT FRIEDBACHER & HENNING BUBERT Vienna University of Technology, Austria; Institute of Spectrochemistry and Applied Spectroscopy, Germany

✤✤ Surface and thin-film analysis is very important for the development of high-tech materials. ✤✤ Provides a survey of all techniques relevant for practical applications including a detailed comparison of these techniques ✤✤ This second edition is completely revised and updated containing new chapters on several new techniques that have been recently developed ✤✤ Contains more than 500 references, acting as a quick guide to related literature ✤✤ Also includes a list of equipment suppliers READERSHIP: Materials scientists, materials institutes, analytical chemists, biotechnological industry, libraries

APR 2011  428PP  978-3-527-32047-9  CL  £115.00  €139.00

Chemical Analysis of Chemical Warfare Degradation Products JOE CARUSO University of Cincinnati, USA

✤✤ Single group of authors offering a seamless text with up-to-date information on nerve agents plus the important scientific advances that have been made by analyzing their degradation products ✤✤ Will appeal to those with a general interest in the analysis of CW agents, rather than a research interest ✤✤ Sufficient tables and literature references for the reader to obtain extensive detail. READERSHIP: Includes history, toxicity, comparisons between different sample preparation methods, separation techniques, and detection methods all together in a short, easy to read book Those interested in warfare agents; those interested in their analysis; environmentalists; those who have interests in small molecule phosphorous and sulfur chemistry such as with pesticides or herbicides. These will include corporate, academic institution and multiple government agencies in multiple countries.

APR 2011  272PP  978-0-470-74587-8  CL  £55.00  €71.90

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Mass Spectrometric Analysis of Illicit Drugs in the Environment SARA CASTIGLIONI & ETTORE ZUCCATO Mario Negri Institute, Italy; Milan Medical School, Italy

✤✤ Describes a new application of mass spectrometry in the detection and measurement of a novel class of contaminants ✤✤ Details how to estimate the levels of contaminants in the environment and discusses their behavior, fate, and their potential toxic effects on the ecosystems ✤✤ Provides analytical techniques developed to detect illicit drugs in waste and surface water, with detailed description of the liquid chromatography, mass spectrometry and tandem mass spectrometry methods ✤✤ Includes case studies from around the world READERSHIP: Analytical chemists, environmental researchers, forensic scientists, biologists, toxicologists, epidemiological researchers, ecotoxicology, and health and social sciences researchers

MAR 2011  362PP  978-0-470-52954-6  CL  £53.50  €69.90

Practical Analysis of Flavor and Fragrance Materials KEVIN GOODNER & RUSSELL ROUSSEFF Citrus and Subtropical Products Laboratory, USA; Citrus Research & Education Center, USA

✤✤ Brings together the various instrumental techniques for carrying out flavor and fragrance analysis, with all the significant information in one place making it easily accessible to practitioners and students ✤✤ Written in an instructional style with a technique-focused approach, the book shows the reader how various analytical methodologies can be applied to resolve real problems in flavor and fragrance analysis ✤✤ Brings non-experts up-to-speed quickly, comprehensively and economically, providing new entrants to the industry with a firm understanding of the basic analytical chemistry and technology employed READERSHIP: Chemists, biochemists, biotechnologists and food scientists at graduate level and beyond in the flavor and fragrance industry; technologists in industries that use flavors and fragrances, e.g. food, cosmetics and toiletries, and household products.

JUN 2011  320PP  978-1-4051-3916-8  CL  £89.00  €115.00

Mass Spectrometry in Drug Metabolism and Disposition Basic Principles and Applications

MIKE S. LEE & MINGSHE ZHU Milestone Development Services, USA; Bristol-Myers Squibb Pharmaceutical Research Institute, USA

✤✤ Includes applications of MALDI, LC/TOF MS, and Electrospray ✤✤ A practical guide complete with applications and methodology ✤✤ Offers a unique blend of metabolism and analytical techniques ✤✤ Covers emerging topics and covers the tremendous development in Metabolite ID of the past few years ✤✤ Contains problems following each chapter READERSHIP: Scientists in drug research and discovery. University libraries, pharmaceutical corporations, students and professors in analytical chemistry and pharmaceutical curricula

FEB 2011  688PP  978-0-470-40196-5  CL  £76.95  €99.90

Modern Methods for Analysing Archaeological and Historical Glass KOEN H. A. JANSSENS University of Antwerp, Belgium.

✤✤ No single scientific volume currently brings together an overview of modern analytical techniques for glass analysis ✤✤ Contains an up-to-date description of the physico-chemical methods suitable for determining the composition of glass and for speciation of specific components ✤✤ Includes extensive case studies serving to show the effective value of these methods on glasses from all continents and cultures ✤✤ Contributions from well-known and respected scientists and scholars in the field

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MAY 2011  456PP  978-0-470-51614-0  CL  £125.00  €162.00

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2nd Edition

CLAUS DANIEL & J. O. BESENHARD Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA; formerly TU Graz, Austria

✤✤ The second edition of this successful handbook contains updated information on classic batteries as well as entirely new results on advanced approaches ✤✤ Come from top institutions such as the US national labs and from leading companies like Panasonic and Sanyo ✤✤ This comprehensive handbook on well-known and advanced battery materials serves as a daily reference and replaces heaps of individual papers

Chemistry

Handbook of Battery Materials

✤✤ Increased awareness of the insecurity of conventional fuels and environmental concerns have led to huge R&D efforts in the field of energy storage READERSHIP: Materials scientists, electrochemists, physical chemists, solid state physicists, physicists in industry, engineering scientists in industry, chemical industry, electrotechnical industry, institutes, institutions, company libraries

APR 2011  800PP  978-3-527-32695-2  CL  £245.00  €349.00

Introduction to Biochemical Pharmacology MICHAEL PALMER, JOHN HONEK & THORSTEN DIECKMANN All of University of Waterloo, USA

✤✤ Has more chemistry- and mechanism-oriented coverage than standard pharmacology textbooks ✤✤ Illustrates how a drug interacts with a target receptor or enzyme at the molecular level ✤✤ Uses representative examples in the chapters about major functional classes of drugs ✤✤ Educates researchers in drug design about the problems of drug distribution, elimination, and toxicity ✤✤ Includes complementary electronic materials – Powerpoint slides, study problems, and solutions manual READERSHIP: Graduate and advanced undergraduate courses on biochemical pharmacology; academic and professional researchers interested in pharmacokinetics/pharmacodynamics, pharmaceutical science and drug action, and pharmacology and toxicology.

MAY 2011  400PP  978-0-470-17445-6  CL  £66.95  €87.90

Lipids and Cellular Membranes in Amyloid Diseases RAZ JELINEK Ben Gurion University, Israel

✤✤ The biomedical challenge of the 21st century: Neurodegnerative amyloid diseases have become one of the top five unmet medical needs in the developed world. The U.S. NIH alone spends 1.5 billion US$ per year on the study of neurological disorders, including the amyloid diseases Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and Huntington’s. ✤✤ First book on the market: The subject is so new that it is not treated at all in existing books on amyloid disease mechanisms. ✤✤ Interdisciplinary readership: By focusing on basic biochemical and biophysical facts, figures and methods, this book is universally suited for the needs of basic and applied researchers in the biochemical, pharmaceutical and biomedical fields. READERSHIP: Biochemists, Molecular Biologists, Cell Biologists, Biophysicists, Pharmaceutical Industry

APR 2011  360PP  978-3-527-32860-4  CL  £115.00  €139.00

Advances in Enzymology and Related Areas of Molecular Biology Volume 78

ERIC J. TOONE Duke University, USA

✤✤ Part of an already a well established series ✤✤ Covers important advances in enzymology, explaining the behavior of enzymes and how they can be utilized to develop novel drugs, synthesize known and novel compounds, and understand evolutionary processes ✤✤ Focuses on enzymes, the primary catalysts of life processes READERSHIP: Academic and Industrial libraries and individual professionals and academics in biochemistry, bioorganic chemistry, medicinal chemistry/pharmaceutical chemistry, pharmaceutical, detergent, food and paper industries

APR 2011  308PP  978-1-1180-1428-8  CL  £83.50  €100.20

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Biomimetic Organic Synthesis

Chemistry

ERWAN POUPON & BASTIEN NAY University of Paris, France; Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle, France

✤✤ Biomimetic Strategies have become an every-day tool not only for chemists but also for biologists. The synthetic applications are overwhelming and there is a definite need for this book ✤✤ The first book on the market covering the hot and rapidly developing biomimetic approach in modern synthetic chemistry ✤✤ Unifying both synthetic and biosynthetic aspects this book covers everything from organocatalysis and natural product synthesis to synthetic biology and even green chemistry ✤✤ Over 248000 hits in Google on Biomimetic Synthesis and 2000 hits in ISI Web of Knowledge READERSHIP: Organic chemists, biochemists, catalytic chemists, complex chemists, bioinorganic chemists, libraries

APR 2011  900PP  978-3-527-32580-1  CL  £225.00  €379.00

The Bioinorganic Chemistry of Chromium From Biochemistry to Environmental Toxicology

JOHN VINCENT & DIANE STEARNS The University of Alabama, USA; Northern Arizona University, USA

✤✤ First book to summarise and critically evaluate the biochemical role and environmental toxicology of complexes of the two stable states of chromium: chromium(III) and chromium(VI) ✤✤ A team of two expert authors ensures a consistent style throughout ✤✤ Many claims are made about chromium as a nutritional supplement or pollutant – this book will use the biochemical data to critically evaluate these claims READERSHIP: Academics (postgraduates, postdocs and researchers) and industrial researchers in bioinorganic chemistry, biochemistry, inorganic chemistry, toxicology, and nutrition science. Regulatory affairs professionals

JUN 2011  400PP  978-0-470-66482-7  CL  £120.00  €155.00

RNA Biology An Introduction

GUNTER MEISTER University of Regensburg, Germany

✤✤ Ribonucleic acids (RNAs) are a family of small to intermediate-sized biomolecules - as opposed to DNAs which are huge - abundantly found in all cells. They regulate and mediate the flow of genetic information and also fulfill a host of other function. ✤✤ The first-ever advanced text on RNA biology captures all the excitement of this booming field (2006 Nobel prize for the discovery of RNA interference) ✤✤ From ribozymes to RNA interference to RNomics - everything is competently explained and put into perspective ✤✤ Abandons the traditionalist approach to nucleic acids found in most biochemistry and molecular biology texts READERSHIP: Students in biochemistry, molecular biology or biotechnology, biochemists, molecular biologists, biotechnologists

APR 2011  384PP  978-3-527-32278-7  PR  £50.00  €59.00

Gene Discovery for Disease Models W. GU Cornell University, USA

✤✤ Provides a detailed description of positional cloning and genomic cloning ✤✤ Identifies genes of human disease and animal models ✤✤ Provides readers with new paradigms on the mutation discovery in the post-genome era ✤✤ Describes new concepts of gene discovery in the post-genome era and the use of streamlined protocols to identify genes of interest READERSHIP: Researchers in the fields of genetics and genomics; graduate students in molecular sciences and undergraduates in the field of biology

MAR 2011  624PP  978-0-470-49946-7  CL  £66.95  €87.90

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QI-LIN ZHOU Nankai University, China

✤✤ This book is an ultimate “must have” and long awaited reference for every chemist working in the field of asymmetric catalysis ✤✤ It presents the topic starting from the core structure of the catalysts and explains why a certain ligand/ catalyst is so successful. This unique concept gives the reader a deep insight of the topic ✤✤ Asymmetric catalysis plays a huge role not only in academia, but also in pharmaceutical/agrochemical industry

Chemistry

Privileged Chiral Ligands and Catalysts

✤✤ The Nobel prize was given to researchers in the field of asymmetric catalysis some years ago READERSHIP: Organic chemists, catalytic chemists, chemists working with/on organometallics, chemists in industry, libraries

APR 2011  464PP  978-3-527-32704-1  CL  £115.00  €139.00

Biocatalysis for Green Chemistry and Chemical Process Development JUNHUA TAO & ROMAS KAZLAUSKAS BioVerdant, USA; McGill University, USA

✤✤ Focuses exclusively on biocatalytic processes ✤✤ Details a variety of case studies, not only in pharmaceuticals and fine chemicals, but also specialty and bulk chemicals and polymers ✤✤ Gives a comprehensive overview of green chemistry applications of enzyme-driven transformations for a wide range of industries ✤✤ Demonstrates the application of biocatalysis across a wide range of chemical manufacturing fields, and why it is a good sustainable manufacturing option READERSHIP: Research and development scientists, pharmaceutical manufacturers and chemists, flavors and fragrance industry scientists, biorenewable energy scientists, chemical engineers, graduate level chemistry/chemical engineering courses

JUN 2011  480PP  978-0-470-43778-0  CL  £80.50  €105.00

Modeling and Simulation of Catalytic Reactors for Petroleum Refining JORGE ANCHEYTA & RAFAEL MAYA-YESCAS Both of Mexican Institute of Petroleum, Mexico

✤✤ The first book to contain a detailed description of catalytic reactor modeling used in petroleum refining industry ✤✤ Uses laboratory and commercial data to validate models and offers detailed results of simulations in steady-state and dynamic operations ✤✤ Demand for this book will increase in the next five years because new processes for crude oil refining and upgrading will be needed ✤✤ Every chapter includes exercises and problems used to exemplify different situations for application of each reactor model READERSHIP: Chemical and process engineers, computational chemists and modellers, petroleum chemists and engineers, catalysis researchers; companies developing commercial simulators or tools for reactor modeling

APR 2011  544PP  978-0-470-18530-8  CL  £83.50  €109.00

Basics of Troubleshooting in Plastics Processing N. S. MURRALISRINIVASAN Bharathiar University, India

✤✤ Examines the main plastics processes as well as properties of materials, additives, and troubleshooting ✤✤ Provides the plastics processor with an improved understanding of the basics by explaining the science behind the technology ✤✤ Emphasizes processing problems and the defects in an effort to focus on basic root causes to problems and how to solve them ✤✤ Contains both practical and detailed technical information READERSHIP: Professionals in industry and manufacturing such as operators, processors, engineers, chemists, ideal for technical seminars in industry or courses in engineering and technology schools that teach polymers or plastics technology both at the graduate and post graduate levels

MAY 2011  300PP  978-0-470-62606-1  CL  £96.95  €125.00

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Risk and Safety Analysis of Nuclear Systems

Chemistry

JOHN C. LEE & NORMAN J. MCCORMICK University of Michigan, USA; University of Washington, USA

✤✤ Provides sound fundamentals for the subjects of risk assessment and nuclear reactor safety ✤✤ Presents synergistic coverage of both probabilistic and deterministic risk assessment techniques for nuclear systems ✤✤ Includes advanced topics such as dynamic event tree analysis and binary decision diagram for fault tree evaluation ✤✤ Includes over 60 solved examples and over 100 exercises for students ✤✤ Developed in conjunction with NERS 462, a course offered to senior/graduate students in the University of Michigan NERS program READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate students in nuclear engineering, first year graduate students, practicing engineers in the area of risk and reliability assessment, particularly those in the nuclear industry

APR 2011  480PP  978-0-470-90756-6  CL  £73.50  €95.90

Industrial Scale Natural Products Extraction HANS-JÖRG BART & STEPHAN PILZ University of Kaiserslautern, Germany; Evonik Degussa GmbH, Germany

✤✤ Natural products from plant materials are in growing demand in the pharmaceutical, nutraceutical and in cosmetic industries ✤✤ This handbook and ready reference provides a comprehensive survey of industrial process technologies used to recover natural products ✤✤ New, greener, more efficient and sustainable techniques are described ✤✤ Market development, economic aspects, and regulatory requirements feature in this handbook, providing essential reading for the hands-on scientist and office manager alike READERSHIP: Chemical industry, chemical engineers, food industry, pharmaceutical industry, biotechnological industry, process engineers, engineering scientists in industry

APR 2011  320PP  978-3-527-32504-7  CL  £105.00  €129.00

Principles and Case Studies of Simultaneous Design WILLIAM L. LUYBEN Lehigh University, USA

✤✤ Presents general process design principles in a concise readable form that can be easily comprehended by students and engineers ✤✤ Large size format that is well illustrated with detailed schematics ✤✤ Discusses conventional proportional–integral–derivative (PID) control structures to emphasize importance of maintaining product quality during disturbances ✤✤ Includes ten detailed case studies that illustrate the principles of process design ✤✤ Provides completed detailed flow sheets with Aspen Plus files included, along with examples of dynamic simulations using Aspen Dynamics READERSHIP: Process engineers, chemical engineers, plant engineers, petroleum engeineers, readers working in the design and control of complex chemical plants, undergraduate and graduate students in their design, control, optimization, mass transfer, and bio-processing courses

APR 2011  336PP  978-0-470-92708-3  CL  £100.50  €132.00

Guidelines for non-SIS Independent Protection Layers CCPS ✤✤ A guide for Layers of Protection Analysis (LOPA) practitioners, explaining the onion skin model and how it relates to the use of LOPA and the need for non-safety instrumented independent protection layers (IPL’s). ✤✤ Provides specific guidance on IPL’s that are not Safety Instrumented Systems (SIS) and separates them into categories of inherent safety; preventative/ procative; preventative/active; mitigation (passive or aggressive) ✤✤ Addresses issues such as how to ensure the effectiveness and maintain reliability for administrative controls or “inherently safer, passive” concepts. ✤✤ Discusses the importance of diversity in choosing protection layers

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MAY 2011  150PP  978-0-470-34385-2  CL  £53.50  €69.90

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Normal Operation and Upset Conditions

BARRY AZZOPARDI University of Nottingham, UK

✤✤ Comprehensive treatment of the practical aspects of multiphase reactor operation with an emphasis on safety and clean technology ✤✤ Addresses both practical and theoretical aspects of the topic, discussing various different types of gas/ liquid reactors from a practical viewpoint, followed by a discussion on computational modeling of hydrodynamics ✤✤ Multiphase flow research has applications in the oil/gas production, oil refining, chemical process (e.g. food, pharmaceuticals) and power sectors of industry

Chemistry

Hydrodynamics of Multiphase Reactors

✤✤ Individual chapters are written by experts in their specific fields READERSHIP: Industrial practitioners, academic faculty members in the chemical sciences and chemical engineering communities, MSc and PhD students, industrial engineers engaged in design and scale-up of reactors

APR 2011  576PP  978-0-470-74771-1  CL  £120.00  €155.00

Kinetics of Chemical Reactions Decoding Complexity

GUY MARIN & GREGORY S. YABLONSKY Gent University, Belgium; Washington University in St. Louis, USA

✤✤ Systematic presentation of different kinetic methods, both experimental and theoretical ✤✤ Presented methodologies are illustrated by many examples ✤✤ Identification of dominant reaction paths, reaction intermediates and rate-determining steps allows to quantify the effects of reaction conditions and catalyst properties ✤✤ Provides guidelines for catalyst optimization ✤✤ The form in which the equations are cast allows their straightforward implementation for scale-up and chemical reactor design purposes READERSHIP: Lecturers and students in chemistry, chemical engineering and physics. also physical chemists and chemical engineers in industry.

MAY 2011  325PP  978-3-527-31763-9  CL  £60.00  €69.00

Leading with Safety 2nd Edition

THOMAS R. KRAUSE Behavioral Science Technology, Inc. (BST), California

✤✤ 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 ✤✤ Provides actionable steps for leaders who wish to create an injury-free organization and promote safety within their organizations. ✤✤ 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

APR 2011  288PP  978-0-470-64210-8  CL  £46.95  €61.90

Comprehensive Chromatography in Combination with Mass Spectrometry LUIGI MONDELLO University degli Studi di Messina, Italy

✤✤ Comprehensive chromatography represents one of the most powerful tools in the separation of complex mixtures ✤✤ The book is both broad covering many areas of techniques and applications while still being focused to a specific topic. ✤✤ One of the first and most up to date books dealing with comprehensive chromatography. READERSHIP: Lab managers, lab technicians, pharmaceutical researches from academia and industry, chromatography and mass spectrometry specialists operating in the industrial, environmental and clinical fields, graduate students to Ph.D. level and post-doctorate students, permanent-position academia researchers

MAY 2011  480PP  978-0-470-43407-9  CL  £80.50  €105.00

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Anion Coordination Chemistry

Chemistry

KRISTIN BOWMAN-JAMES, ANTONIO BIANCHI & ENRIQUE GARCÍA-ESPANA University of Kansas, USA; University of Florence, Italy; Universidad de Valencia, Spain

✤✤ Some of the hottest advances in chemistry are made within supramolecular chemistry or host-guest chemistry. The coordination of anions is a part of supramolecular chemistry that is important in many areas, such as biochemistry, environmental studies and the design of chemical sensors. ✤✤ The book “Supramolecular Chemistry of Anions”, edited by the same editors, set the standard in the field for more than a decade ✤✤ Written by international experts in anion coordination and provides full coverage on all important aspects of this interdisciplinary field READERSHIP: Inorganic chemists, organic chemists, bioinorganic chemists, biochemists, analytical chemists, crystallographers, libraries

JUN 2011  500PP  978-3-527-32370-8  CL  £125.00  €149.00

Applications of Microdialysis in Pharmaceutical Science TUNG-HU TSAI National Yang-Ming University, Taiwan

✤✤ Offers a complete description of principles, scope, and applications of microdialysis in preclinical and clinical evaluation of drug pharmacology ✤✤ Emphasizes applications for drug discovery, analytical sampling, neurological diseases, different organs, diabetes evaluation, tumor analysis ✤✤ Focuses on microdialysis in different organs and tissues for pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics, covering current clinical uses ✤✤ Uses easy-to-understand models and examples for readers in the pharmaceutical and drug development fields ✤✤ Serves as a resource for addressing analytical and quantitative aspects of microdialysis READERSHIP: Pharmaceutical scientists and related researchers analyzing the effects of drugs on tissues. Analytical chemists, pharmacists, and pharmacologists. Basic and clinical researchers in: drug development, cancer research, neuropharmacology, biology, cardiovascular pharmacology and physiology, endocrinology, immunology, infectious disease, among others

MAY 2011  528PP  978-0-470-40928-2  CL  £100.00  €129.00

Antiviral Drug Strategies ERIK DE CLERCQ, RAIMUND MANNHOLD, HUGO KUBINYI & GERD FOLKERS Leuven Catholic University, Belgium; University of Düsseldorf, Germany; University of Heidelberg, Germany; Swiss Institute of Technology ETH, Switzerland

✤✤ Deadly viruses like AIDS, SARS, Ebola and others still cannot be satisfactorily controlled. Finding new antivirals is therefore a prime goal in pharma research. ✤✤ Erik De Clercq is the world authority on small molecule antiviral drugs and has developed more new antivirals than anyone else. ✤✤ By focusing on general strategies rather than therapies for individual viruses, this book provides critical knowledge to develop entirely novel therapeutics and to target new viruses that have never been addressed before. READERSHIP: Medicinal chemists, pharmaceutical chemists, virologists, pharmaceutical industry, biotechnological industry

APR 2011  440PP  978-3-527-32696-9  CL  £115.00  €139.00

Systems Biology in Drug Discovery and Development DANIEL L. YOUNG & SETH MICHELSON Both of Entelos Inc., USA

✤✤ Describes the applications of systems biology to drug discovery and development ✤✤ Provides comprehensive and multidisciplinary coverage of all phases of drug discovery and development, discussing each one’s interaction with systems biology ✤✤ Includes real-world examples showing how systems biology can be used to enhance pharmaceutical research and drug development ✤✤ Introduces key methods and technical approaches for addressing the challenges currently facing the drug industry READERSHIP: Pharmaceutical and biotech scientists, pharmacologists, computational modelers, bioinformaticians, graduate programs in systems biology, pharmaceutical science, pharmacology, computational biology, biotechnology

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Delivering Patient Value for Pharmaceuticals and Biologics

HEDLEY REES Pharmaflow, UK

✤✤ Provides a practical guide to the application of supply chain management (SCM) processes and practices in the pharmaceutical setting ✤✤ Addresses an increasingly important issue that can help pharma companies improve productivity/ efficiency and cut costs ✤✤ Explores the issue of SCM from beginning to end of the pharmaceutical process

Chemistry

Supply Chain Management in the Drug Industry

✤✤ Encourages the needed cultural shift and foster collaborations between SCM practitioners and pharmaceutical scientists READERSHIP: Pharmaceutical industry – management, engineers, subcontractors, QA/QC, operations, quality and regulatory affairs professionals, biotech scientific and technical personnel, management, contract research/management organizations, academic researchers in lean/six sigma, operations management, process improvement, pharmacy, etc.

MAR 2011  462PP  978-0-470-55517-0  CL  £66.95  €87.90

Cyclodextrins in Pharmaceutics, Cosmetics, and Biomedicine Current and Future Industrial Applications

EREM BILENSOY Hacettepe University, Turkey

✤✤ Explains the physico-chemical aspects of cyclodextrin use and their application for different routes of administration ✤✤ Discusses key pharmaceutical issues and applications of cyclodextrins: excipients, bioavailability, formulations, and drug delivery ✤✤ Gathers knowledge on cyclodextrin-based dosage forms such as nanoparticles, nanosponges, hydrogels, nanoassemblies, contraceptive products, chemotherapeutics, anesthetics and chromatographic tools ✤✤ Includes coverage of gene delivery and biotechnology applications READERSHIP: Pharmaceutical engineers, biomolecular chemists, research scientists in the food, cosmetics, and pharmaceutical industries, professionals working with pharmaceutical formulations and development of novel drug-delivery systems

MAR 2011  454PP  978-0-470-47422-8  CL  £76.95  €99.90

Handbook of Solid State Electrochemistry Two Volume Set

VLADISLAV V. KHARTON University of Aveiro, Portugal

✤✤ The only comprehensive handbook in two volumes about this important and rapidly developing topic ✤✤ Highly experienced editor guarantees for excellent and top-quality content ✤✤ Very interdisciplinary: of strong interest for material scientists, polymer chemists, physicists, and industrial scientist, too ✤✤ Strong claim for practical applications in fuel cells, batteries, sensors and more READERSHIP: Electrochemists, solid state chemists, physical chemists, libraries, materials scientists, chemists in industry

JUN 2011  950PP  978-3-527-32657-0  CL  £230.00  €279.00

Handbook of Solid State Electrochemistry Volume 2: Electrodes, Interfaces and Ceramic Membranes

VLADISLAV V. KHARTON University of Aveiro, Portugal

✤✤ The only comprehensive handbook about this important, interdisciplinary and rapidly developing topic ✤✤ Highly experienced editor guarantees for excellent and top-quality content ✤✤ Broad target group: of strong interest for material scientists, physical scientists, physicists, and industrial scientist, too ✤✤ Strong claim for practical applications in fuel cells, batteries, membranes and more READERSHIP: Electrochemists, solid state chemists, physical chemists, libraries, materials scientists, chemists in industry

APR 2011  420PP  978-3-527-32638-9  CL  £125.00  €149.00

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Electrochemical Aspects of Ionic Liquids

Chemistry

2nd Edition

HIROYUKI OHNO Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan

✤✤ Ionic liquids are becoming widely recognized as “green” solvents for various applications including organic synthesis, separations technology, and electrochemistry; their potential are just starting to be discovered by the broad scientific community ✤✤ This title includes new chapters on Li ion Batteries and Actuators ✤✤ Revision of existing chapters to include a discussion on purification and the effects of impurities, adsorption of ionic liquids on interfaces and on the electrochemical double layer, among other topics ✤✤ Aimed at a broad readership while still containing a high level of expertise READERSHIP: Chemists, chemical engineers, and other scientists in areas of electrochemistry in industry and academia, graduate students in related disciplines

MAR 2011  456PP  978-0-470-64781-3  CL  £123.00  €159.00

The Weather Almanac

A Reference Guide to Weather, Climate, and Related Issues in the United States and Its Key Cities 12th Edition

STEVEN L. HORSTMEYER Meteorologist, USA

✤✤ A resource for a variety of climate and meteorological data including both domestic and international weather trends, historical weather patterns dating back 1000 years, natural disasters, and a 20 page glossary of weather terminology ✤✤ Complete with detailed maps, pictures, and tables compiling climate data from a variety of sources, including the National Weather Service and the US Geological Survey ✤✤ Separate sections are devoted to tornadoes, hurricanes, thunderstorms, and lightening, flash floods, and winter storms, and they have been edited from official reports by governmental agencies ✤✤ Discusses the climatological sources and impact of global warming READERSHIP: Meteorologists, government agencies, safety professionals, emergency medical professionals, universities, libraries, agricultural professionals

MAY 2011  896PP  978-0-470-41325-8  CL  £130.00  €169.00

Letters to a Young Chemist ABHIK GHOSH University of Tromsø, Norway

✤✤ Offers hypothetical missives from a professor to a chemistry undergrad considering a career in several subdisciplines including organic, inorganic, experimental physical, analytical, and theoretical chemistry, as well as chemical biology materials chemistry, and green chemistry ✤✤ Written with a personal, humorous touch by today’s chemistry luminaries ✤✤ The authors discuss major achievements, future prospects, and the challenges and satisfactions of a career in each missive ✤✤ Provides the reader with insight into what chemistry research has to offer as a profession and gives a glimpse into the frontiers of chemical science READERSHIP: College students (chemistry majors and graduate students), high-school teachers and college/university faculty members

APR 2011  304PP  978-0-470-39043-6  PR  £33.50  €43.90

European Women in Chemistry JAN APOTHEKER & LIVIA SIMON SARKADI University of Groningen, The Netherlands; Budapest University of Technology, Hungary

✤✤ Women in Chemistry is one of the main topics of the International Year of Chemistry, supported by all European Chemical Societies under the umbrella of EuCheMS. ✤✤ Interesting from many point of views as the book highlights the remarkable personalities and their unusual lives, embeds the stories in the social and historical environment, and describes the scientific breakthroughs. ✤✤ Highly readable short stories without needing scientific in-depth knowledge. ✤✤ Enhanced with illustrations. READERSHIP: Students, the interested lay public, everybody interested in chemistry, interested in natural sciences, teachers, chemists, libraries, school libraries, public libraries

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Preparation, Optimization and Selection

ANGELO BASILE & FAUSTO GALLUCCI Italian National Research Council, Italy; Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands

✤✤ There is increasing emphasis on membranes in general, due to their use as energy efficient separation tools and the ‘green’ chemistry opportunities they offer ✤✤ This book covers the lack of academic/scientific books concerning the preparation and characterization of all the kinds of membranes used in membrane reactors ✤✤ Includes a review about membrane reactors, several chapters concerning the preparation organic, inorganic, dense, porous, and composite membranes and a conclusion with a comparison among the different membrane preparation techniques

Chemistry

Membranes for Membrane Reactors

READERSHIP: PhD students, chemical engineers, environmental engineers, materials science experts, biologists, researchers, libraries of universities and research centres and biologists

APR 2011  624PP  978-0-470-74652-3  CL  £120.00  €155.00

Inkjet Technology for Digital Fabrication IAN HUTCHINGS University of Cambridge, UK

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

MAY 2011  288PP  978-0-470-68198-5  CL  £99.50  €129.00

Process Understanding

For Scale-Up and Manufacture of Active Ingredients

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 ✤✤ 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

APR 2011  380PP  978-3-527-32584-9  CL  £85.00  €99.00

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

✤✤ The first textbook on green chemistry by two leaders in the field ✤✤ Green chemistry as a field is enjoying an ever-growing enthusiasm and is likely to grow significantly in the foreseeable future ✤✤ The book can be used in a course on green chemistry or to add green chemistry perspective to the basic concepts in an existing core curriculum in chemistry ✤✤ Includes supporting material - Instructor’s manual, solutions manual, test questions, PowerPoint presentations for all chapters, and videos demonstrating some of the fundamentals and the applications. READERSHIP: Higher level undergraduate and graduate students in the molecular sciences, lecturers, university libraries, professional scientists looking to increase their knowledge on the subject area.

APR 2011  350PP  978-0-470-50351-5  CL  £63.50  €81.90

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Renewable Raw Materials

Chemistry

New Feedstocks for the Chemical Industry

ROLAND ULBER, DIETER SELL & THOMAS HIRTH Technical University of Kaiserslautern, Germany; Dechema e.V., Germany; Fraunhofer Institute for Interfacial Engineering and Biotechnology IGB, Germany

✤✤ The ‘go to’ source for those wishing to familiarize themselves with the state of science and technology in the conversion of renewable raw materials. ✤✤ Presents the key concepts, systems, and technologies of renewable raw materials, focusing on new feed stocks for the chemical industry. ✤✤ Each chapter is discussed using common themes of specific raw materials, thus forming a natural progression for the entire work, resulting in coverage of the topic from a wide array of aspects. ✤✤ Currently seen as a critical area of national importance and are heavily funded by the U.S. and European governments in order to find new feedstocks for the Chemical Industry. READERSHIP: Chemical industry, chemical engineers, biotechnologists, environmental chemists, process engineers

APR 2011  240PP  978-3-527-32548-1  CL  £90.00  €105.00

Industrial Organic Chemistry 5th Edition

HANS-JÜRGEN ARPE formerly of Hoechst AG, Germany

✤✤ Up-to-date production data of the most important industrial markets have been taken into consideration ✤✤ Chemical formula adapted to ACS standard ✤✤ Ideal for getting an overview of applied organic chemistry ✤✤ Exemplary, well-structured and concise treatment of current industrial applications of organic chemistry READERSHIP: Chemists in industry, chemical industry, chemical engineers, lecturers in chemistry, students in chemistry, universities of applied sciences

SEP 2010  525PP  978-3-527-32002-8  CL  £115.00  €139.00

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Fieser and Fieser’s Reagents for Organic Synthesis Volumes 1–26, and Collective Index for Volumes 1–22

TSE-LOK HO The NutraSweet Co., USA

✤✤ The well respected and ever popular Fieser and Fieser Series on reagents for organic synthesis provides concise descriptions, good structural formulas and selected examples of applications ✤✤ Provides references to new reagents as well as to reagents included in previous volumes ✤✤ Reagents are listed in alphabetical order by common name, and the brief entry tells how to make it or buy it, what it is good for, and where to find complete details READERSHIP: Organic chemists in industry and academia, graduate students in organic chemistry

APR 2011  3700PP  978-0-470-89458-3  CL  £2133.00  €2740.00

Heterocycles in Natural Product Synthesis KRISHNA C. MAJUMDAR & SHITAL K. CHATTOPADHYAY Both of University of Kalyani, India

✤✤ With its unique perspective that has not been presented before, the book provides a new and fresh view of the topic ✤✤ Its clear structure (each chapter is dealing with a certain class of heterocycles) enables the reader to find the wanted information in an effective way ✤✤ Each chapter provides a tabular presentation of the natural products to be covered containing the particular heterocyclic ring system along with their biological profile, occurrence and most important physical properties with appropriate references READERSHIP: Organic chemists, natural products chemists, biochemists, medicinal chemists, libraries, chemists in industry

MAY 2011  450PP  978-3-527-32706-5  CL  £125.00  €149.00

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Volume 26

TSE-LOK HO The NutraSweet Co., USA

✤✤ A-to-Z listing of reagents cited in synthetic literature ✤✤ Entries feature concise descriptions, illustrations of chemical reactions, selected examples of applications ✤✤ Great time savings in researching literature ✤✤ Practical information on making/buying reagent, its usefulness, where to find complete details READERSHIP: Organic chemists in industry and academia, libraries in colleges, universities, corporations, and government institutes, graduate students in organic chemistry

Chemistry

Fiesers’ Reagents for Organic Synthesis

MAR 2011  722PP  978-0-470-58771-3  CL  £100.00  €129.00

Organo Main Group Chemistry KIN-YA AKIBA Hiroshima University, Japan

✤✤ Provides an essential scope of organic chemistry of all main group elements arranged in a handy, concise reference ✤✤ Discusses modern and unique aspects of organic compounds of main group elements ✤✤ Establishes the scope of organic chemistry of main group elements READERSHIP: Upper level undergraduate students, graduate students and chemistry professors, researchers in the industry

JUN 2011  304PP  978-0-470-45033-8  PR  £53.50  €69.90

Ionic Liquids COILed for Action

KENNETH R. SEDDON & ROBIN D. ROGERS Queen’s University of Belfast, Ireland; University of Alabama, USA

✤✤ Presents articles on topics at the forefront of ionic liquids research that represent a cross-section of the many aspects of this burgeoning green chemistry field ✤✤ The book provides information on theory and applications of ionic liquids relevant to researchers in academia and industry ✤✤ Articles were written by an international group of key chemists and are based on papers presented at the first international “Congress on Ionic Liquids” (COIL) held in June 2005, in Salzburg, Austria. ✤✤ The book editors, Prof. Ken Seddon and Prof. Robin Rogers, are indisputably the two world leaders in ionic liquids READERSHIP: Researchers and academics working in a range of disciplinesfrom applied to theoretical, from synthetic to analytical, from biotechnology to electrochemistry, from process engineering to nanotechnology

MAR 2011  600PP  978-0-470-07470-1  CL  £100.00  €129.00

Understanding Atomic Force Microscopy Basic Modes for Advanced Applications

GREG HAUGSTAD University of Minnesota, USA

✤✤ Class tested at the author’s Nano Characterization Facility at the University of Minnesota ✤✤ Provides real AFM data files, including several theoretical/mathematical constructs to illustrate concepts ✤✤ includes freeware and open-source AFM program Gwyddion for AFM data processing/rendering ✤✤ Offers sample preparation procedures (for examples distributed throughout the chapters) and lab exercises (what is seen, quantitative measurement trends plotted, analysis of data) READERSHIP: Broad audience of AFM users, from technicians to post-doctoral scientists to graduate students in nanotechnology and materials science/characterization, researchers within industrial and academic settings who seek training on technique fundamentals, instrumentation and applications

MAY 2011  472PP  978-0-470-63882-8  CL  £93.50  €122.00

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Greco-Arab and Islamic Herbal Medicine

Chemistry

Traditional System, Ethics, Safety, Efficacy, and Regulatory Issues

BASHAR SAAD & OMAR SAID Arab-American University, Israel; Antaki Center for Herbal Medicine, Israel

✤✤ Helps readers gain a better understanding about medicinal herbs and usage from the Middle East, which have had major impact on western medicine ✤✤ Presents a full picture of history, present status, features, functions, and problems of Greco-Arab and Islamic herbal medicine ✤✤ Discusses cell biological, biochemical, in vitro and in vivo techniques for the evaluation of medicinal plant safety and efficacy ✤✤ Includes toxicity of herbal formulations safety, quality assurances, and chemical analytical techniques ✤✤ Has coverage of regulations for sale of herbal remedies in US, Europe, Australia and New Zealand READERSHIP: Herbal drug, natural product, and dietary supplement industries, pharmacologists, pharmacists, pharmacognosists, natural product chemists, clinical/medical toxicologists, researchers in herbal medicine and related fields, academic programs and students in herbal research and pharmaceutical sciences

MAR 2011  560PP  978-0-470-47421-1  CL  £100.00  €129.00

Steroid Dimers

Chemistry and Applications in Drug Design and Delivery

SATYAJIT SARKER & LUTFUN NAHAR Both of University of Wolverhampton, UK

✤✤ Steroid dimers are a class of natural products with an emerging role in drug design and delivery ✤✤ Describes easy-to-follow synthetic protocols for various classes of important dimeric steroids ✤✤ Provides source details and depiction of unique structural features of natural steroidal dimers ✤✤ Includes applications of steroid dimers, especially in relation to drug design and delivery ✤✤ Outlines Structure-Activity-Relationships (SAR) of pharmacologically active dimeric steroids READERSHIP: Researchers and postgraduate students in academia and industry working in natural products chemistry and biochemistry; synthetic organic and medicinal chemistry; and drug design, discovery and delivery.

MAY 2011  392PP  978-0-470-74657-8  CL  £100.00  €129.00

Elegant Total Synthesis

Targets in Organic and Bioorganic Chemistry

KARL J. HALE Queen’s University Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK

✤✤ The editor has chosen a selection of target molecules not covered before, many of them being taken from chemical biology, and including syntheses from bioorganic chemistry ✤✤ Covers natural product synthesis ✤✤ Inspiring not only for organic chemists but also bioorganic chemists in industry and academia to develop their own synthesis routes ✤✤ Wonderful stories of successful organic syntheses to enjoy and learn from READERSHIP: Organic chemists, natural products chemists, biochemists, catalytic chemists, libraries

JUN 2011  400PP  978-3-527-32353-1  CL  £85.00  €135.00

Foundations of Organic Chemistry Unity and Diversity of Structures, Pathways, and Reactions

DAVID R. DALTON Temple University, USA

✤✤ Includes broad coverage of all topics relevant to organic chemistry ✤✤ Suitable for chemistry majors rather than just pre-med students, setting it apart from other competing textbooks ✤✤ Directs the reader to question present assumptions rather than to accept what is told, unlike other books that stress uncritical thinking and applications ✤✤ Provides an easy-to-use one volume textbook for all students of chemistry

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APR 2011  1584PP  978-0-470-47908-7  CL  £100.50  €132.00

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Principles, Strategies, and Applications

BINGHE WANG & ERIC V. ANSLYN Georgia State University, USA; University of Texas-Austin, USA

✤✤ Provides comprehensive background on chemosensors and their synthesis, design, and applications ✤✤ Compiles information on sensor design that is not available in a single-source ✤✤ Offers a thorough and accessible, general overview of the field ✤✤ Highlights applications in drug discovery and catalysis, which have not been as well-covered elsewhere ✤✤ Offers powerpoint slides of book figures for academic adopters to use in course teaching

Chemistry

Chemosensors

READERSHIP: Chemical, biomedical, and molecular analysts using sensors and in related disciplines like organic chemistry, spectroscopy, physical chemistry, clinical research, environmental analysis, industries including clinical chemistry, biotechnology, biomedical research, and environmental analysis, courses and academic programs in chemistry, organic/ bioorganic chemistry, biochemistry

JUN 2011  432PP  978-0-470-59206-9  CL  £73.50  €95.90

Complex Macromolecular Architectures Synthesis, Characterization, and Self-Assembly

NIKOS HADJICHRISTIDIS University of Athens, Greece

✤✤ Edited and organized by highly regarded scientists in the field ✤✤ Presents systematic introduction into the synthesis of complex macromolecular architecture ✤✤ Contains contributions from 27 leading experts from the NA, 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, supplementary reading for courses such as polymer synthetic chemistry, polymer synthesis, polymer design, advanced polymer chemistry, soft matter science, and materials science, graduate students in polymer chemistry and material sciences, researchers in relevant fields

APR 2011  800PP  978-0-470-82513-6  CL  £220.00  €285.00

Organic Reaction Mechanisms 2008 CHRIS A. KNIPE UK

✤✤ The 42nd annual volume in this highly successful series ✤✤ Mechanisms of stereo-specific reactions are highlighted ✤✤ Literature is compiled and reviews are written by a team of experienced editors and authors ✤✤ A unique series surveying the advances in the understanding of organic reaction mechanisms ✤✤ The only book series concentrating on organic reaction mechanisms READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates, graduate students and postdocs, chemists working in academia and industry in the areas of organic and organometallic chemistry, organic synthesis, medicinal and pharmaceutical chemistry

JAN 2011  560PP  978-0-470-74981-4  CL  £330.00  €430.00

Modern Oxidation Methods 2nd Edition

JAN-ERLING BÄCKVALL Stockholm University, Sweden

✤✤ Oxidation is one of the most important reactions for every chemist, both in academia and in industry ✤✤ A comprehensive handbook that gives an excellent overview of this huge and important field ✤✤ Two new hot topics are included in the second edition: biochemical and industrial oxidation ✤✤ Edited by a world-leading expert in this field READERSHIP: Organic chemists, catalytic chemists, company libraries, libraries at universities, biochemists, libraries

OCT 2010  482PP  978-3-527-32320-3  CL  £125.00  €149.00

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Smart, Clean Surfaces

Chemistry

Applications from the Laboratory to Industrial Scale

SWAPAN KUMAR GHOSH Procoat Chemicals India Pvt. Ltd., India

✤✤ Self cleaning is becoming increasingly important both in academia and industry as self-cleaning coatings are longer lasting and maintain appearance ✤✤ Written by an industry-based author with extensive R&D experience, this practical book provides a comprehensive and detailed analysis of available technologies, design strategies and applications ✤✤ Special attention is given to summarizing different characterization techniques for the evaluation of easy/ self-cleaning properties, while also describing essential health and environmental topics, such as antibacterial, water and air purification applications READERSHIP: Paints and coatings industry, dyes and pigments industry, materials scientists, polymer chemists, chemical industry, chemical engineers, automobile industry, dye chemists, plastics industry

MAY 2011  300PP  978-3-527-32697-6  CL  £100.00  €119.00

Fundamentals of Sustainable Drilling Engineering NAZLI HOSSAIN & AL-MAJED Both of King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals, Saudi Arabia

✤✤ Covers basic drilling engineering concepts for veteran drilling engineers, new hires, and petroleum engineering students ✤✤ Presents cutting-edge new ideas for sustainable drilling operations for industry use ✤✤ Explains existing knowledge of drilling engineering concepts and closes the knowledge gap on sustainable operations ✤✤ A must-have resource for any engineer, manager, or student working in drilling engineering or the petroleum and natural gas industries READERSHIP: Engineers and scientists in the petroleum industry, such as petroleum, drilling, and reservoir engineers, production engineers, geologists, and petrophysicists, environmental engineers, process engineers, and drilling technicians

JUN 2011  600PP  978-0-470-87817-0  CL  £130.00  €169.00

Carbon Dioxide Thermodynamic Properties Handbook JOHN J. CARROLL & SARA ANWAR Both of Gas Liquids Engineering, Canada

✤✤ The only compendium of thermodynamic properties of carbon dioxide in print ✤✤ The most comprehensive collection of data on carbon dioxide ever published in book form ✤✤ Includes virtually every data point any scientist, engineer, or chemist would need to know in working with carbon dioxide ✤✤ Covers data used in technologies across many industries, including oil and gas, food processing, and many others READERSHIP: Any scientist or engineer in chemical engineering or petroleum engineering

DEC 2010  600PP  978-1-1180-1298-7  CL  £197.00  €236.00

Carbon Dioxide Sequestration and Other Advances in Natural Gas Engineering JOHN J. CARROLL & YING WU Gas Liquids Engineering Ltd., Canada; Sphere Technology Connection Ltd., Canada

✤✤ Covers carbon dioxide sequestration, one of the primary hopes of many in the industry to “go green” by capturing damaging greenhouse gases ✤✤ Covers the most recent advances in natural gas engineering, in both upstream (drilling) and downstream (refining) ✤✤ Covers technologies for working towards a zero-emission process in natural gas production ✤✤ Written by a team of the world’s most well-known scientists and engineers in the field READERSHIP: Process engineers, chemical engineers, engineers working in natural gas

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Mechanism and Inhibitor Design

NOURI NEAMATI & BINGHE WANG University of Southern California, USA; Georgia State University, USA

✤✤ A valuable introduction to the mechanisms of action and inhibitor design for HIV-1 integrase, filling a gap in market for a single-source reference for those working to devise anti-AIDS drugs ✤✤ Combines chemical, biochemical, and biological approaches to a promising target enzyme for combating HIV and retroviruses ✤✤ Includes examples of rational drug design for a difficult drug target

Chemistry

HIV-1 Integrase

✤✤ Addresses drug design issues from a variety of perspectives that can help investigators and students understand the challenges of inhibitor drug discovery READERSHIP: Pharmaceutical scientists and medicinal chemists in drug design and discovery for antiviral drugs and inhibitors; synthetic chemists, pharmacologists, biochemists, and virologists

MAY 2011  392PP  978-0-470-18474-5  CL  £83.50  €109.00

Supramolecular Photochemistry Controlling Photochemical Processes

V. RAMAMURTHY University of Miami, USA

✤✤ The first book to update the advances in supramolecular photochemistry in over two decades ✤✤ This area has witnessed tremendous expansion over the last decade due to the hype surrounding advances in nanoscience and nanotechnology ✤✤ This will be a landmark publication describing the past, present, and future of this rapidly growing interdisciplinary area of photochemistry and supramolecular chemistry ✤✤ An updated, comprehensive collection of monographs on all aspects of photochemistry and photophysics ✤✤ Professors Ramamurthy and Inoue are world-renowned experts in the field, highly cited and routinely invited to international symposia. READERSHIP: Researchers in the area of physical chemistry, organic chemistry, photochemistry, materials chemistry and photobiology; graduate and undergraduate students

APR 2011  600PP  978-0-470-23053-4  CL  £100.00  €129.00

Essentials of Neutron Techniques for Soft Matter TOYOKO IMAE, TOSHIJI KANAYA & MICHIHIRO FURUSAKA Keio University, Japan; Kyoto University, Japan; Hokkaido University, Japan

✤✤ The first book to address instrumental techniques related to neutron and synchrotron research. ✤✤ Provides a handbook of theory, instrumentation, and applications of neutron techniques that can be used to probe micro- and nano- structure and dynamics in soft matter. ✤✤ Serves as a guidebook for scientists that will be trained to use and conduct experiments at neutron facilities READERSHIP: Physical, polymer, analytical chemists; materials scientists, polymer scientists, biomedical engineers, polymer physicists, nanoscientists, bionanotechnologists.

FEB 2011  676PP  978-0-470-40252-8  CL  £83.50  €109.00

Water

From Hydrogen Bonding to Dynamics and Structure

RALF LUDWIG University of Rostock, Germany

✤✤ Water is a remarkable chemical compound that has been long appreciated to be absolutely fundamental for life and is of high interest to biologists, chemists, physicists, as well as cosmologists ✤✤ This new book closes the gap in the current literature available ✤✤ Covers the scope of current water research form the physical chemistry viewpoint – focussing on the structure, dynamics and properties of water and solutions ✤✤ Includes hydrogen bonding, proton transfer reactions, water thermodynamics, structures and dynamics in all phases ✤✤ Authors are known experts in water research; each team cover one topic/aspect from both an experimental and theoretical view point READERSHIP: Physical chemists, water chemists, theoretical chemists, biochemists, analytical chemists, libraries

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Quantum Oscillators

Chemistry

PAUL BLAISE & OLIVIER HENRI-ROUSSEAU Both of University of Perpignan, France

✤✤ Offers a formal quantum theory of the infrared lineshapes of hydrogen bonds and the spectroscopic manifestations of hydrogen-bonded systems, which prevail all around us. ✤✤ Aaccessible to undergraduate students in chemistry, providing all the quantum mechanical fundamentals ✤✤ Provides an appendix that summarizes mathematical concepts needed to understand the basis of the theory READERSHIP: Physical chemists, spectroscopists, and physicists interested in IR spectroscopy and interested by H-bonded systems

JUN 2011  724PP  978-0-470-46609-4  CL  £83.50  €109.00

Production of Membrane Proteins Strategies for Expression and Isolation

ANNE SKAJA ROBINSON University of Delaware, USA

✤✤ Previously published works did not address current challenges in the production of modified and other “difficult” proteins ✤✤ Membrane proteins are increasingly being used for pharmaceutical and toxicological screens and are therefore in high demand ✤✤ Choosing the right expression system can save an enourmous amount of labor and material, both on the laboratory scale and on the technical production scale ✤✤ Contains step-by-step protocols for every method, as well as a summary of its advantages and disadvantages READERSHIP: Biochemists, molecular biologists, biotechnologists, biotechnological industry, pharmaceutical industry

JUN 2011  440PP  978-3-527-32729-4  CL  £75.00  €89.00

Root Cause Analysis Getting to the Bottom of a Problem

JOHN E. LINCOLN J. E. Lincoln and Associates, USA

✤✤ Presents a practical narrative based on the author’s actual experiences, successes and failures, in real world, less than ideal, environments ✤✤ Teaches how to approach a problem, how to select the RCA tools, when and how to use them, verification and validation activities for products and processes, and how to document progress to final conclusion ✤✤ Includes case studies demonstrate successful implementation of root cause analysis, and highlight pitfalls, false steps, and causes of failures ✤✤ Provides flowcharts, tools, documents, and a list of typical standard operational procedures for effective use of RCA READERSHIP: Engineering, quality assurance, and regulatory affairs personnel in globally-regulated industries (pharmaceutical, medical device, dietary supplements), quality management systems (QMS/QA/QC) personnel, R&Dor engineering, students in university or certification programs (ASQ, RAPS)

MAY 2011  272PP  978-0-470-44651-5  CL  £53.50  €69.90

Computational Spectroscopy Status and Perspectives

VINCENZO BARONE University of Naples, Italy

✤✤ Computational spectroscopy is a rapidly evolving field that is becoming a versatile and widespread tool for the assignment of experimental spectra and their interpretation as related to chemical physical effects ✤✤ Experts in the field provide comprehensive coverage of conventional and advanced spectroscopic techniques ✤✤ Each section leads with a chapter written by an experimental spectroscopist dealing with present challenges in the different fields and with a chapter (coordinated by the editor) providing the general theoretical background ✤✤ Contains analyses and evaluations of different computational methods and their corresponding levels of accuracy ✤✤ Real data is aligned with sound and realistic theory, enabling scientists to have more accurate predictive and modeling capabilities

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READERSHIP: Computational chemists, analytical chemists and spectroscopists, physicists, and materials scientists, and graduate students in physical chemistry, chemical physics, physics, analytical chemistry, materials science, and spectroscopy

APR 2011  475PP  978-0-470-47017-6  CL  £83.50  €109.00

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Towards Catalytic, Material and Biomedical Uses

ANNE-MARIE CAMINADE, CEDRIC-OLIVIER TURRIN, REGIS LAURENT, ARNELLE OUALI & BEATRICE DELAVAUX-NICOT All of CNRS, France

✤✤ Gives a coherent and homogeneous picture of dendrimers uses and its focus on “applications” make it different from other books currently available ✤✤ Dendrimers are an important topic of research that involves many disciplines including polymer science, materials science, drug-delivery systems, etc

Chemistry

Dendrimers

✤✤ The author is internationally recognized as a leading researcher in the field. READERSHIP: Researchers in the field of dendrimers in academic research groups and in industrial research groups, senior researchers, post-docs and PhD students, scientific libraries, teachers and students

MAY 2011  456PP  978-0-470-74881-7  CL  £100.00  €129.00

Mass Spectral Library of Drugs, Poisons, Pesticides, Pollutants and Their Metabolites 2011 CDROM/Print

HANS H. MAURER, KARL PFLEGER & ARMIN A. WEBER ✤✤ The database is an indispensable tool for fast identification of drugs and toxins ✤✤ The accompanying CD includes a number of database formats of various instrument manufacturers ✤✤ The new 2007 version contains 7840 data sets, among which 1900 data sets have been revised or added. Over 3300 data sets are from metabolites, over 2300 from acetylated, over 1000 from methylated, over 700 from trimethylsilylated, over 400 from trifluoroacetylated, over 200 each from pentafluoropropionylated or heptafluorobutyrylated compounds READERSHIP: Forensic medics, clinical chemists, environmental chemists, spectroscopists, hospitals, institutes of toxicology, investigation offices

MAY 2011  2250PP  978-3-527-32398-2  DVD  €5700.00

Mass Spectra of Designer Drugs 2011 PETER RÖSNER Kiel, Germany

✤✤ Covers the entire range of designer drugs up to December 2010 ✤✤ Carefully compiled by the mass spectral experts at the Regional Departments of Criminal Investigation in Kiel, Hamburg, and Wiesbaden, Germany ✤✤ Includes over 12,000 chemical compounds, over 14,000 mass spectra, about 1,700 more spectra than in the 2010 edition, chemical structures, chemical warfare agents and much more READERSHIP: Criminal investigation departments, forensic scientists, toxicologists, clinical chemists, investigating authorities, analytical laboratories, the army, customs

FEB 2011  504PP  978-3-527-32833-8  DVD  £3655.00  €4998.00

Fundamental Neuropathology for Pathologists and Toxicologists Principles and Techniques

BRAD BOLAN & MARK BUTT GEMpath, Inc., USA; Cornell University College, USA

✤✤ Offers toxicologists the neuropathology details they need to perform risk assessments for chemical toxicants in neurodiseases ✤✤ Covers fundamentals, current practices, and practical applications like data interpretation, regulatory considerations, and tips for preparing reports ✤✤ Focuses on study design, sample preparation, evaluation, and integration with toxicological endpoints ✤✤ Describes the intricacies of the nervous system and standard testing procedures to help toxicologists make neuropathological evaluations READERSHIP: Toxicologists, comparative neurotoxicologists, environmental scientists involved, professional industries such as chemical, pharmaceutical, pesticide, consulting, and contract research, academic and industrial neuropathologists, toxicologists, veterinary toxicologists/pathologists, and biologists, contract research organizations, government laboratories, consultants, research libraries

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MAR 2011  408PP  978-0-470-22733-6  CL  £83.50  €109.00

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Risk Assessment of Phytochemicals in Food

Chemistry / Materials Science

Novel Approaches

DEUTSCHE FORSCHUNGSGEMEINSCHAFT (DFG) Germany, G. Eisenbrand

✤✤ The most current independent analysis about health effects of phytochemicals in food ✤✤ provides scientific background on risk and safety assessment of toxicity in phytochemicals in everyday food ✤✤ the pros and cons of almost 20 testing methods have been commented by the internationally aknowledged and indepentend Senate Commission on Food Safety ✤✤ Enhanced by almost 40 posters on phytochemicals and their effects READERSHIP: Toxicologists, food chemists, food industry, molecular biologists, pharmaceutical industry, safety officers, members of the GDCh Expert Commission on Food, libraries

DEC 2010  468PP  978-3-527-32929-8  PR  £115.00  €139.00

Chemical Marine Monitoring Policy Framework and Analytical Trends

PHILIPPE QUEVAUVILLER, PATRICK ROOSE & GERT VEREET European Commission, Belgium; Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences, Belgium; EC European Commission, Belgium

✤✤ Provides a comprehensive approach and guidance to researchers and professionals in the environment and related industries on the theoretical and practical aspects for marine monitoring ✤✤ The topics are typical of those usually addressed in monitoring guidance documents, with an emphasis on laboratory methods and laboratory quality control. ✤✤ Part of the Water Quality Measurement Series READERSHIP: Postgraduates and researchers working in analytical chemistry and its application to environmental and health analyses, those interested in developing new methods and materials in relation to drinking water regulations, professionals employed by statutory water companies and water producing industries, SMEs and larger companies involved in the development and marketing of new materials and developing test methods, research institutes, control laboratories (e.g. in municipalities) and contract laboratories

MAY 2011  376PP  978-0-470-74765-0  CL  £110.00  €142.00

Cellulose Based Composites New Green Nanomaterials

JUAN HINESTROZA & ANIL NARAYAN NETRAVALI Cornell University, USA

✤✤ During the last few years, extensive scientific investigation and increasing efforts for the use of cellulose composites have taken place ✤✤ The book has a special and unique focus on cellulose nanofibers ✤✤ Contains important topics like electrospinning, isolation, characterization and deposition of metallic nanoparticles, too ✤✤ A new title for our successful “Green Chemistry” book cluster READERSHIP: Materials scientists, chemical engineers, libraries

JUN 2011  380PP  978-3-527-32719-5  CL  £105.00  €129.00

Characterization and Control of Interfaces for High Quality Advanced Materials III Ceramic Transactions Volume 219

KEVIN G. EWSUK Osaka University, Japan

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✤✤ Provides a compilation of proceedings covering the latest scientific and technological developments in characterization and control of interfaces for high quality advanced materials ✤✤ Provides a useful one-stop resource for understanding the most important issues in characterization and control of interfaces for high quality advanced materials ✤✤ Logically organized and carefully selected articles give insight into characterization and control of interfaces for high quality advanced materials and incorporates the latest developments related to characterization and control of interfaces for high quality advanced materials, including joining technology for new metallic glasses and inorganic materials, nano-particles and powders, interface characterization and control, energy and environment, smart processing technology, and materials design READERSHIP: Government labs, academics in mechanical/chemical engineering, materials/ceramics and chemistry departments, associations with related topical divisions or training courses (ASME, IEEE, SAE, AIChE), chemical and engineering libraries

AUG 2010  418PP  978-0-470-90917-1  CL  £83.50  €109.00

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Ceramic Transactions Volume 220

NAROTTAM P. BANSAL NASA, USA

✤✤ Provides a compilation of proceedings covering the latest scientific and technological developments in processing and properties of advanced ceramics and composites ✤✤ Provides a useful one-stop resource for understanding the most important issues in processing and properties of advanced ceramics and composites ✤✤ Logically organized and carefully selected articles give insight into processing and properties of advanced ceramics and composites and incorporates the latest developments related to processing and properties of advanced ceramics and composites, including sintering, microwave processing, composites, ultra-high temperature ceramic composites, nanomaterials, glass and ceramics, joining, mechanical properties, and foreign object damage READERSHIP: Government labs, academics in mechanical/chemical engineering, materials/ceramics and chemistry departments, associations with related topical divisions or training courses (ASME, IEEE, SAE, AIChE), chemical and engineering libraries

SEP 2010  322PP  978-0-470-92715-1  CL  £83.50  €109.00

Materials Science

Processing and Properties of Advanced Ceramics and Composites II

Processing of Nanoparticle Materials and Nanostructured Films Ceramic Transactions Volume 223

KATHY LU, CHRIS LI, EUGENE MEDVEDOVSKI & EUGENE A. OLEVSKY ACerS, USA

✤✤ Provides a compilation of proceedings covering the latest scientific and technological developments in processing of nanoparticle materials and nanostructured films ✤✤ Provides a useful one-stop resource for understanding the most important issues in processing of nanoparticle materials and nanostructured films ✤✤ Logically organized and carefully selected articles give insight into processing of nanoparticle materials and nanostructured films and incorporates the latest developments related to processing of nanoparticle materials and nanostructured films, including graphene encapsulated gold nanoparticles and their characterization, patterning by focused ion beam assisted anodization, controlled processing of bulk assembling of nanoparticles of titania, and phase transition and consolidation of colloidal nanoparticles READERSHIP: Government labs, academics in mechanical/chemical engineering, materials/ceramics and chemistry departments, associations with related topical divisions or training courses (ASME, IEEE, SAE, AIChE), chemical and engineering libraries

SEP 2010  196PP  978-0-470-92731-1  CL  £66.95  €87.90

Advances in Bioceramics and Biotechnologies Ceramic Transactions Volume 218

ROGER NARAYAN, MRITYUNJAY SINGH & JOANNA MCKITTRICK College of Engineering, USA; NASA Glenn Research Center, USA

✤✤ Provides a useful one-stop resource for understanding the most important issues in advances in bioceramics and biotechnologies ✤✤ Logically organized and carefully selected articles give insight into advances in bioceramics and biotechnologies and incorporates the latest developments related to advances in bioceramics and biotechnologies including synthesis techniques, bioglasses and glass-ceramics, and calcium phosphates ✤✤ Provides a compilation of proceedings covering the latest scientific and technological developments in advances in bioceramics and biotechnologies READERSHIP: Government labs, academics in mechanical and chemical engineering, materials and or ceramics, and chemistry departments, associations with related topical divisions or training courses (ASME, IEEE, SAE, AIChE), chemical and engineering libraries

AUG 2010  244PP  978-0-470-90548-7  CL  £66.95  €87.90

Pathways to Sustainable Ceramic and Glass Manufacturing CHRISTOPHER W. SINTON CSL Materials, LLC, USA

✤✤ Incorporates concepts of both material and energy sustainability as applied to ceramic and glass manufacturing. ✤✤ Compiles the existing literature thoroughly, covering an array of examples of material recycling ✤✤ Provides guidance for the incorporation of alternative materials into existing products ✤✤ Discusses concepts of incorporating industrial ecology into the energy-intensive glass and ceramic industries READERSHIP: Materials scientists and environmental engineers in the ceramic and glass industry, faculty and graduate students in the materials science and environmental engineering fields, professionals interested in general industrial sustainability

APR 2011  300PP  978-0-470-46002-3  CL  £66.95  €87.90

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Strategic Materials and Computational Design

Materials Science

Ceramic Engineering and Science Proceedings Volume 31, Issue 10

WALTRAUD M. KRIVEN University of Illinois, USA

✤✤ Provides the user with a one-stop resource collecting the current research on strategic materials and computational design. ✤✤ Provides a useful resource for understanding the most valuable aspects of ceramics in strategic materials and computational design ✤✤ Logically organized and carefully selected articles give insight into ceramics in strategic materials and computational design READERSHIP: Professional researchers in industry or government labs, academics in ceramic engineering, associations with related topical divisions or training courses (ASME, IEEE, SAE, AIChE), engineering libraries

NOV 2011  204PP  978-0-470-92191-3  CL  £53.50  €65.90

PACRIM Proceedings Bundle YANCHUN ZHOU Shenyang National Laboratory, China

✤✤ Provides a useful one-stop resource for understanding the most important issues in innovative processing and manufacturing of advanced ceramics and composites, advances in polymer derived ceramics and composites, nanostructured materials and systems, design, development, and applications of engineering ceramics and composites, multifunctional materials and systems, ceramics for environmental and energy applications, and advances in bioceramics and biotechnologies. READERSHIP: Government labs. Academics in mechanical and chemical engineering, materials and or ceramics, and chemistry departments. Associations with related topical divisions or training courses (ASME, IEEE, SAE, AIChE). Chemical and engineering libraries

AUG 2010  1536PP  978-0-470-93918-5  CL  £330.00  €396.00

Ceramics for Environmental and Energy Applications Ceramic Transactions Volume 217

ALSO BOCCACCINI, MRITYUNJAY SINGH, JAMES MARRA, FATIH DOGAN, HUA-TAY LIN & TOSHIYA WATANABE NASA Glenn Research Center, USA; Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA

✤✤ Provides a useful one-stop resource for understanding the most important issues in ceramics for environmental and energy applications ✤✤ Logically organized and carefully selected articles give insight into ceramics for environmental and energy applications and incorporates the latest developments related to ceramics for environmental and energy applications including glasses and ceramics for nuclear and hazardous waste treatment, solid oxide fuel cells and hydrogen technology, ceramics for electric energy generation, storage and distribution, photocatalytic materials, and direct thermal to electrical energy conversion materials READERSHIP: Government labs, academics in mechanical and chemical engineering, materials and/or ceramics, chemistry departments, associations with related topical divisions or training courses (ASME, IEEE, SAE, AIChE), chemical and engineering libraries

AUG 2010  186PP  978-0-470-90547-0  CL  £66.95  €87.90

Design, Development, and Applications of Engineering Ceramics and Composites Ceramic Transactions Volume 215

DILEEP SINGH, DONGMING ZHU, YANCHUN ZHOU & MRITYUNJAY SINGH NASA Glenn Research Center, USA

✤✤ Provides a useful one-stop resource for understanding the most important issues in design, development, and applications of engineering ceramics and composites ✤✤ Logically organized and carefully selected articles give insight into design, development, and applications of engineering ceramics and composites and incorporates the latest developments related to design, development, and applications of engineering ceramics and composites including developments in engineering ceramics, advanced ceramic coatings, and geopolymers

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Ceramic Transactions Voulme 221

K. M. NAIR & SHASHANK PRIYA E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Co. Inc., USA; ACerS, USA

✤✤ Provides a compilation of proceedings covering the latest scientific and technological developments in advances in electroceramic materials ✤✤ Provides a useful one-stop resource for understanding the most important issues in advances in electroceramic materials ✤✤ Logically organized and carefully selected articles give insight into advances in electroceramic materials and incorporates the latest developments related to advances in electroceramic materials, including design, synthesis, and properties, applications and devices READERSHIP: Government labs, academics in mechanical/chemical engineering, materials/ceramics and chemistry departments, associations with related topical divisions or training courses (ASME, IEEE, SAE, AIChE), chemical and engineering libraries

SEP 2010  276PP  978-0-470-92716-8  CL  £83.50  €109.00

Materials Science

Advances in Electroceramic Materials II

Advances in Materials Science for Environmental and Nuclear Technology Ceramic Transactions Volume 222

KEVIN FOX, ELIZABETH HOFFMAN, NAVIN MANJOORAN & GARY PICKRELL ACerS, USA

✤✤ Provides a compilation of proceedings covering the latest scientific and technological developments in advances in materials science for environmental and nuclear technology. ✤✤ Provides a useful one-stop resource for understanding the most important issues in advances in materials science for environmental and nuclear technology ✤✤ Logically organized and carefully selected articles give insight into advances in materials science for environmental and nuclear technology and incorporates the latest developments related to advances in materials science for environmental and nuclear technology, including materials solutions for the nuclear renaissance, green engineering and environmental stewardship, and nanotechnology for energy READERSHIP: Government labs, academics in mechanical/chemical engineering, materials/ceramics and chemistry departments, associations with related topical divisions or training courses (ASME, IEEE, SAE, AIChE), chemical and engineering libraries

312PP  978-0-470-92729-8  CL  £83.50  €100.20

Corrosion Resistance of Aluminium and Aluminium Alloys MICHAEL SCHÜTZE, DIETRICH WIESER & ROMAN BENDER Dechema, Germany; ALCOA Europe Germany; Dechema e.V., Germany

✤✤ Light-weight elements of aluminium and aluminium compounds helps in cars and planes to save a lot of fuel, but also in packaging as these materials help to save space and resources as well in transportation ✤✤ Corrosion resistance guarantees the use of the compounds in areas, where security is a must, e.g. construction of buildings, motors, food and beverage devices etc. Therefore, this book and its content is a must-have for all working in this industries ✤✤ Easy to process, this book is crucial for the various industrial uses ✤✤ Sustainable, recyclable and favourable in view of environment and health READERSHIP: Corrosion specialists, metal processing industry, materials scientists, process engineers, engineers in power technology, mechanical engineers, civil engineers, electrical engineers, chemical industry, film and packaging industry

OCT 2010  636PP  978-3-527-33001-0  CL  £205.00  €249.00

Light Metals 2004 ALTON T. TABEREAUX Alcoa Inc., USA

✤✤ Held at the TMS Annual Meeting each year, the Light Metals series has become the definitive annual reference source in the field of aluminum production and related light metals technologies ✤✤ Each volume contains complete coverage of advancements and current work in cast shop technology, alumina and bauxite, carbon technology, aluminum reduction technology, and recycling ✤✤ Light Metals 2004 also includes papers from symposia on reactive metals and recent advances in nonferrous metals processing SEP 2010  978-0-470-95294-8  DVD  £166.00  €239.00

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Light Metals 2002

Materials Science

WOLFGANG SCHNEIDER VAW Aluminium AG, Germany

✤✤ Held at the TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition each year, the Light Metals series has become the definitive annual reference source in the field of aluminum production and related light metals technologies ✤✤ Each volume contains complete coverage of advancements and current work in cast shop technology, alumina and bauxite, carbon technology, aluminum reduction technology, and recycling. ✤✤ In addition, Light Metals 2002 includes coverage of reactive metals and advances in molten salt processing technology SEP 2010  978-0-470-95292-4  DVD  £166.00  €239.00

Advanced Materials for Energy Conversion II DHANESH CHANDRA, RENATO G. BAUTISTA & LOUIS SCHLAPBACH EMPA, Eidgenössische Materialprüfungsanstalt, Switzerland

✤✤ This volume explores research related to energy conversion devices and related fundamental mechanisms, particularly in the field of fuel cell research, hydrogen storage, and superconductors ✤✤ With an emphasis on fundamentals and applications of materials science and engineering related to energy conversion, this volume focuses on recent advances made in the general field of conversion, storage, and transmission of energy ✤✤ Fuel cells, hydrogen and tritium storage, batteries, superconductors, magnets, membrane materials, thermal energy storage materials, photovoltaics, and related topics are also discussed SEP 2010  483PP  978-1-1180-0057-1  PR  £83.50  €109.00

Micro-Manufacturing

Design and Manufacturing of Micro-Products

MUAMMER KOC & TUGRUL ÖZEL Virginia Commonwealth University, USA; Rutger, USA

✤✤ First book to provide a fundamental and in-depth understanding of micro-scale manufacturing processes ✤✤ Discusses how microtechnology-based products are made, the sources from which they are made, and their limitations ✤✤ Targets basic scientists and engineers involved in the modeling, design, and manufacturing of micro-materials ✤✤ Provides broad coverage of relevant topics, including materials response at micro-scales and includes examples of industrial applications as common as mobile phones, cameras, and handheld PDAs READERSHIP: Researchers, professors, and upper-level undergraduate/graduate-level materials scientists and engineers, mechanical engineerings, electrical and electronic engineers, systems and industrial engineers; industrial chemists working on microfludics and micro- and nano-technologies

APR 2011  378PP  978-0-470-55644-3  CL  £83.50  €109.00

Introduction to Semiconductor Nanomaterials and Devices OMAR MANASREH University of Arkansas, USA

✤✤ Introduces the basic concepts of nanomaterials and devices fabricated from these nanomaterials ✤✤ Explicates cutting-edge topics and concepts in the field, such as plasmon-photon interaction and coupling of photonic crystals to devices with the purpose of enhancing the device performance ✤✤ Provides a thorough background in quantum mechanics/physics ✤✤ Successfully details the interrelationship between quantum mechanics and nanomaterials ✤✤ Offers problems at the end of each chapter READERSHIP: Senior undergraduate students, graduate students, a reference book for new comers to the field

MAY 2011  400PP  978-0-470-92707-6  CL  £73.50  €95.90

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Polymers, Surfaces, Dendrimers, Nanoparticles, and Hydrogels

RAVIN NARAIN Laurentian University, Canada

✤✤ Covers the design, synthesis, characterization of synthetic carbohydrate-based materials and their biological applications ✤✤ Helps readers understand synthetic approaches and applications of glycopolymer biomaterials ✤✤ Guides the design and synthesis of biomacromoleucles including dendrimers, nanoparticles, and hydrogels ✤✤ Features biological applications in each chapter READERSHIP: Polymer scientists, material scientists, organic and carbohydrate chemists, biomedical/biological engineers, students studying bioconjugate chemistry, polymer chemistry, biomaterials, carbohydrate chemistry and bioactive materials

MAR 2011  432PP  978-0-470-47235-4  CL  £66.95  €87.90

Materials Science

Engineered Carbohydrate-Based Materials for Biomedical Applications

Micro/Nano Molding Processes and Applications

SHINILL KANG Yonsei University, Korea

✤✤ Provides a comprehensive presentation on fundamentals and practices of manufacturing for micro / nano sized plastics parts ✤✤ Covers a relatively new but fast-growing field that is impacting any industry using plastic parts in their products (electronics, telecommunications, biomedicine) ✤✤ Presents fundamentals and applications for both advanced students and professionals ✤✤ Presents the strengths and weaknesses of molding processes READERSHIP: Industrial researchers and engineers interested in polymer-based micro/nano-molding, personnel in R&D for miniature devices and systems, graduate or advanced courses in polymer and mechanical engineering, processing, fabrication

MAR 2011  484PP  978-0-470-39213-3  CL  £80.50  €105.00

Bio-Glasses An Introduction

JULIAN JONES & ALEXIS CLARE Imperial College London, UK; New York State College of Ceramics, USA

✤✤ First book on biomaterials to focus on bio-glasses ✤✤ Supported by the International Commission on Glass (ICG) ✤✤ Authored by members of the ICG Biomedical Glass Committee, with the goal of creating a seamless textbook, not a collection of reviews ✤✤ Covers all types of glasses, their properties and applications, and demonstrates that glass is an attractive improvement to current procedures READERSHIP: Researchers in biomaterials, materials science, ceramics, bioengineering, and medicine, and in the medical device field, advanced undergraduate and postgraduate students studying biomaterials, biomedical engineering etc.

May 2011  224PP  978-0-470-71161-3  CL  £75.00  €97.90

Cellulose Based Composites New Green Nanomaterials

JUAN P. HINESTROZA & ANIL NARAYAN NETRAVALI Cornell University, USA; Cornell University, USA

✤✤ During the last few years, extensive scientific investigation and increasing efforts for the use of cellulose composites have taken place ✤✤ The book has a special and unique focus on cellulose nanofibers ✤✤ Contains important topics like electrospinning, isolation, characterization and deposition of metallic nanoparticles, too ✤✤ A new title for our successful “Green Chemistry” book cluster READERSHIP: Materials scientists, chemical engineers, libraries

JUN 2011  380PP  978-3-527-32719-5  CL  £105.00  €129.00

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Films and Coatings from Renewable Resources

Materials Science

An Applications Perspective

DAVID PLACKETT Technical University of Denmark, Denmark

✤✤ Covers the development and utilization of polymer films and coatings derived from non-petroleum, renewable resources, i.e. the expanding field of bioplastics and their application as films or coatings in a variety of uses ✤✤ The reader will benefit by obtaining an overview of the field of films and coatings derived from nonpetroleum resources presented by experts in the field ✤✤ Important and leading research groups worldwide are working on films and coatings based on renewable resources, including key companies such as Dow, Bayer, BASF, ShinEtsu ✤✤ This area is of increasing interest in academia and industry to study and apply known and novel bio-based materials and to substitute products derived from petroleum READERSHIP: Academia, industry and students, people in industry who are working on introducing new ‘green’ materials into production, as well as individuals who teach courses in sustainability and sustainable materials

MAY 2011  296PP  978-0-470-68341-5  CL  £75.00  €97.90

Biodegradable Polymers in Clinical Use and Clinical Development ABRAHAM J. DOMB & NEERAJ KUMAR The Hebrew University, USA; National Institute of Pharmaceutical & Educational Research (NIPER), India

✤✤ Provides updated status of the polymers that are in clinical use and those that are now being developed for clinical use and hopefully will reach the clinic during the next 5 years ✤✤ Includes both synthetic and natural polymers ✤✤ Authoritatively edited by the leader in the field of biodegradable polymers ✤✤ Comprehensive chapters cover for each polymer the chemistry, toxicity and safety aspects, clinical applications (in vitro and in vivo efficacy, preclinical studies), and actual clinical data where available READERSHIP: Academics and practicing researchers including chemists, biologists and bioengineers and users: physicians, pharmacists, orthopedic surgeons. Students of polymers or bioengineering/biomedical engineering at graduate level.

MAY 2011  500PP  978-0-470-42475-9  CL  £83.50  €109.00

Handbook of Biodegradable Polymers Isolation, Synthesis, Characterization and Applications

ANDREAS LENDLEIN & ADAM SISSON Institut für Polymerforschung, Germany; GKSS Forschungszentrum Geesthacht GmbH, Germany

✤✤ Hot and “green” topic in polymer industry ✤✤ Topic of high interest as biodegradable polymers are used in numerous areas: packaging, medicinal and agricultural applications, plus many more ✤✤ Covers everything from synthesis, isolation, degradation mechanism and applications ✤✤ Indispensable for researchers who want to have a deeper insight and a reliable reference source READERSHIP: Polymer chemists, plastics industry, libraries, materials scientists, biotechnologists

MAY 2011  430PP  978-3-527-32441-5  CL  £125.00  €149.00

Glasses and the Glass Transition IVAN S. GUTZOW, OLEG V. MAZURIN, JÜRN W. P. SCHMELZER, SNEJANA V. TODOROVA, BORIS B. PETROFF & ALEXANDER I. PRIVEN Institute of Physical Chemistry, Bulgaria; Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia; Unversität Rostock, Germany; Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Bulgaria; Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Bulgaria; Thermex, Russia

✤✤ The unique and up to date treatise on glass melts and transitions ✤✤ Written by the best researchers in this field ✤✤ Covering vitrification, relaxation and viscosity and conveying prediction of glass properties ✤✤ With a preface by David Pye and a foreword by Edgar Zanotto READERSHIP: Solid state physicists, solid state chemists, materials scientists, ceramics industry, libraries at university institutes, libraries at universities, company libraries.

APR 2011  448PP  978-3-527-40968-6  CL  £100.00  €119.00

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From Macro to Nanoscale

MRITYUNJAY SINGH, TATSUKI OHJI, RAJIV ASTHANA & SANJAY MATHUR NASA Glenn Research Center, USA; Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Japan; University of Wisconsin-Stout, USA; Wuerzburg University, Germany

✤✤ The only book of its kind addressing the state-of-the-art integration of advanced ceramics and ceramic-base materials in a single resource ✤✤ Each chapter written by acknowledged experts representing industry, government and academia ✤✤ Presents state-of-the-art science and engineering design data, facts, cases and industrial and research insights, balancing engineering and scientific information to cater to the needs of the practitioner and researcher alike ✤✤ Joins and integrates ceramics and ceramic-based materials in various sectors of technology. READERSHIP: Practicing engineers, manufacturers, designers, scientific researchers, materials engineers, industrial engineers, advanced graduate students

MAY 2011  745PP  978-0-470-39122-8  CL  £83.50  €109.00

Materials Science

Ceramic Integration and Joining Technologies

Corrosion Resistance of Aluminium and Aluminium Alloys MICHAEL SCHÜTZE, DIETRICH WIESER & ROMAN BENDER DECHEMA, Germany; ALCOA Europe, Germany; DECHEMA, Germany

✤✤ Light-weight elements of aluminium and aluminium compounds helps in cars and planes to save high levels of fuel. In packaging these materials help to save space, resources and transportation costs ✤✤ Corrosion resistance guarantees the use of the compounds in areas, where security is a must, e.g construction of buildings, motors, food and beverage devices etc. ✤✤ Easy to process, this book is crucial for the various industrial uses ✤✤ Sustainable, recyclable and favourable in view of environment and health READERSHIP: Corrosion specialists, metal processing industry, materials scientists, process engineers, engineers in power technology, mechanical engineers, civil engineers, electrical engineers, chemical industry, film and packaging industry

OCT 2010  636PP  978-3-527-33001-0  CL  £205.00  €249.00

Principles of Solar Cells, LEDs and Diodes The role of the PN junction

ADRIAN KITAI McMaster University, USA

✤✤ Essential topic for energy efficient lighting and renewable energy industries in the 21st century ✤✤ As the industrial importance of the PN junction grows, specialist university courses will adapt. PN junctions and applications will become more important than general devices and transistors ✤✤ Contains student problems at the end of each chapter and worked example problems throughout the text ✤✤ Kitai has 25 years experience in teaching about semiconductors and the PN junction to engineering students READERSHIP: Senior level undergraduate students doing specialist courses in electrical engineering, physics, and materials science. Researchers and postgraduates working on solar cells and LED devices, and those in the electronics industry.

MAY 2011  336PP  978-1-4443-1833-3  PR  £42.50  €55.90  /  978-1-4443-1834-0  CL  £110.00  €142.00

Synthetic Diamond Films

Preparation, Electrochemistry, Characterization and Applications

ENRIC BRILLAS & CARLOS ALBERTO MARTÍNEZ HUITLE University of Milan, Italy

✤✤ Offers an overview of the preparation, characterization and current applications of synthetic diamond films ✤✤ Explains, in a comprehensive way, the fundamentals of the different electrochemical uses and applications of synthetic diamond films ✤✤ Shows the interdisciplinary ability of synthetic diamond films to resolve chemical, electrochemical, engineering, biological and neurochemical problems ✤✤ Provides a large number of examples to evidence practical applications of diamond electrodes to the industry, electroanalysis, organic electrosynthesis, electrochemical energy technology, and biotechnology READERSHIP: Materials chemists, physicists, electrochemists, chemical and materials engineers, and neuroscientists

JUN 2011  606PP  978-0-470-48758-7  CL  £117.00  €152.00

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Surface Modification of Nanotube Fillers

Materials Science

VIKAS MITTAL BASF Polymer Research, Germany

✤✤ Details the surface modifications of nanotubes and how to control them to achieve the desired results ✤✤ From the lab to the reader: first-hand knowledge on nanotube-enhanced polymer composites ✤✤ Development potential: further volumes are planned to be added, either by the editor himself or by dedicated editors named by him ✤✤ Each book of the cluster is a stand-alone title that deals in detail with particular aspects of polymer (nano) composites relevant for researchers at universities and developers in commercial labs READERSHIP: Materials scientists, polymer chemists, chemical industry, chemical engineers, institutes, institutions, libraries

APR 2011  350PP  978-3-527-32878-9  CL  £105.00  €129.00

Hybrid Nanomaterials

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

APR 2011  300PP  978-0-470-48760-0  CL  £83.50  €109.00

Introduction to Semiconductor Nanomaterials and Devices OMAR MANASREH University of Arkansas, USA

✤✤ Introduces the basic concepts of nanomaterials and devices fabricated from these nanomaterials ✤✤ Explicates cutting-edge topics and concepts in the field, such as plasmon-photon interaction and coupling of photonic crystals to devices with the purpose of enhancing the device performance ✤✤ Provides a thorough background in quantum mechanics/physics ✤✤ Successfully details the interrelationship between quantum mechanics and nanomaterials ✤✤ Offers problems at the end of each chapter READERSHIP: Senior undergraduate students, graduate students, a reference book for new comers to the field

MAY 2011  400PP  978-0-470-92707-6  CL  £73.50  €95.90

Meta-Nanotubes

Modification of Carbon Nanotubes

MARC MONTHIOUX CEMES, France

✤✤ Considers the next step in nanotube development i.e. demonstrating practical applications that will follow expectations, for example, in nanoelectronic devices. ✤✤ Introduces the concept of a new generation of carbon nanotubes (“meta-nanotubes”), which result from the transformation of pristine carbon nanotubes ✤✤ Each of the chapters cover aspects from synthesis to applications, characterization, behavior, properties, and mechanisms ✤✤ Explores benefits of nanotube modification for enhanced behavior and properties, for example, oxidation resistance

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MAY 2011  432PP  978-0-470-51282-1  CL  £100.00  €129.00

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Volume 1: Preparation and Patterning Volume 2: Characterization and Applications

WOLFGANG KNOLL & AUSTRIA, RIGOBERTO C. ADVINCULA Austrian Institute of Technology; University of Houston, USA

✤✤ Contains vital enabling technology for organic and hybrid electronics, biosensors and biomedical devices, supramolecular assembly, functional coatings, surface modification, polymer nanostructures and many other fields of current interest ✤✤ The first one-stop reference work that brings together all important facets in coordinated form ✤✤ Covers the whole range of aspects from phenomena, and scale effects to fabrication, functionalization, analysis and characterization of ultrathin polymer films ✤✤ Knoll was one of the six scientific directors at the Max Planck Institute in Mainz - the world’s #1 in polymer research in scientific rankings, and is now general director of the Austrian Institute of Technology READERSHIP: Libraries, institutes, institutions, materials scientists, polymer chemists, surface physicists, bioengineers, surface chemists, chemical engineers, chemical industry

APR 2011  1100PP  978-3-527-32190-2  CL  £245.00  €369.00

Materials Science

Functional Polymer Films

Handbook of Engineering and Speciality Thermoplastics Polyethers and Polyesters

SABU THOMAS Mahatma Gandhi University, India

✤✤ Details all the developments in polyethers and polyesters over the last decade and catalogs their polymerization, properties, applications, fabrication techniques, safety aspects, and lists suppliers ✤✤ Summarizes many of the recent technical research accomplishments in the area of engineering polymers, such as oxygen containing main chain polymers (polyether and polyesters) ✤✤ Emphasizes the various aspects of preparation, structure, processing, morphology, properties and applications of engineering polymers ✤✤ Helps readers find solutions to both fundamental and applied problems READERSHIP: Academics, researchers, scientists, engineers and students in the field of polymer science, polymer technology, and materials science

FEB 2011  390PP  978-0-470-63926-9  CL  £100.00  €129.00

Handbook of Engineering and Speciality Thermoplastics Nylons

SABU THOMAS Mahatma Gandhi University, India

✤✤ Details all the developments in nylons over the last decade, and catlogs their polymerization, properties, applications, fabrication techniques, safety aspects, and lists suppliers ✤✤ Summarizes many of the recent technical research accomplishments in the area of engineering polymers, such as oxygen containing main chain polymers (nylons) ✤✤ Emphasizes the various aspects of preparation, structure, processing, morphology, properties and applications of engineering polymers ✤✤ Helps readers find solutions to both fundamental and applied problems READERSHIP: Academics, researchers, scientists, engineers and students in the field of polymer science, polymer technology, and materials science

FEB 2011  320PP  978-0-470-63925-2  CL  £100.00  €129.00

Microfluidic Reactors for Polymer Particles EUGENIA KUMACHEVA & PIOTR GARSTECKI University of Toronto, Canada; Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland

✤✤ Provides an overview of the recent progress in the area of continuous microfluidics-based synthesis of polymer colloids ✤✤ Written by leading researchers in the field of polymer particle synthesis ✤✤ Part of the book is dedicated to introductory concepts (general aspects, history, review of methods) of this rapidly growing research area ✤✤ Includes descriptions of integrated systems and the lab-on-a-chip concept with droplets as well examples of integrated system applications READERSHIP: Scientists involved in research and development of new microfluidics-based synthetic technologies, graduate students in any area related to microfluidics, polymer chemistry and material science, biophysicists

APR 2011  232PP  978-0-470-05773-5  CL  £80.00  €105.00

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Materials Science

Engineered Carbohydrate-Based Materials for Biomedical Applications Polymers, Surfaces, Dendrimers, Nanoparticles, and Hydrogels

RAVIN NARAIN Laurentian University, Canada

✤✤ Covers the design, synthesis, characterization of synthetic carbohydrate-based materials and their biological applications ✤✤ Helps readers understand synthetic approaches and applications of glycopolymer biomaterials ✤✤ Guides the design and synthesis of biomacromoleucles including dendrimers, nanoparticles, and hydrogels ✤✤ Features biological applications in each chapter READERSHIP: Polymer scientists, material scientists, organic and carbohydrate chemists, biomedical/biological engineers, students studying bioconjugate chemistry, polymer chemistry, biomaterials, carbohydrate chemistry and bioactive materials

MAR 2011  432PP  978-0-470-47235-4  CL  £66.95  €87.90

Properties and Behavior of Polymers 2 Volume Set

JOHN WILEY & SONS LTD ✤✤ Based on Wiley’s renowned, Encyclopedia of Polymer Science and Technology ✤✤ Presents over 25 self-contained articles ✤✤ Provides coverage of the key physical properties of polymers and the resulting characteristics and behaviorincluding, viscoelasticity, flammability, miscibility, optical properties, surface properties and more ✤✤ Written by prominent scholars from industry, academia, and research institutions from around the globe READERSHIP: Libraries of chemistry, chemical engineering, materials science, in industry, academia and government, chemists, chemical engineers, materials scientists, process engineers, consultants, patent attorneys

MAR 2011  1000PP  978-0-470-59670-8  CL  £263.00  €339.00

Processing and Finishing of Polymeric Materials 2 Volume Set

JOHN WILEY & SONS, INC ✤✤ Based on Wiley’s renowned, Encyclopedia of Polymer Science and Technology ✤✤ Presents over 30 self-contained articles ✤✤ Provides coverage of the key processes including, blending, compounding, extrusion, molding, and coating and more ✤✤ Written by prominent scholars from industry, academia, and research institutions from around the globe READERSHIP: Libraries of chemistry, chemical engineering, materials science, in industry, academia and government , chemists, chemical engineers, materials scientists, process engineers, consultants, patent attorneys

MAY 2011  1000PP  978-0-470-88917-6  CL  £263.00  €339.00

Biosensor Nanomaterials SONGJUN LI, JAGDISH SINGH, HE LI & IPSITA A. BANERJEE University of Wuhan, China; North Dakota State University, USA; Chinese Academy of Sciences, China; Fordham University, USA

✤✤ Provides solutions to challenging tasks: difficulties in detecting - and discriminating - potentially harmful biological agents can be circumvented by using custom-made nanomaterials ✤✤ Practical relevance and commercialization prospects: biosensors play an important role for medical and environmental applications, the consumer market and for investigation and counter-terrorism authorities ✤✤ First-hand information on what nanomaterial is suited best for a particular application, and why ✤✤ Detailed analyses of the interaction between molecules and sensor materials allow for systematic improvements of the device performance READERSHIP: Materials scientists, environmental chemists, electrochemists, sensor industry, institutes, institutions, libraries

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Construction, Chemistry and Nanotechnology Applications

SEAMUS HIGSON & FRANK DAVIS Cranfield University, UK; Cranfield University, UK

✤✤ An essential introduction to this important class of molecules which underpin nanotechnology – how to synthesise them, their chemistry, how they can be used as nanotechnology building blocks, and their applications ✤✤ Assumes no previous knowledge, and is structured to take the reader in a logical step-by-step approach, from basic early structures through to current state of the art ✤✤ Each chapter commences with learning objectives and concludes with a summary to help students enrolled on taught programmes ✤✤ A companion website will contain links to resources described in the book and a library of downloadable diagrams for teaching purposes READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate and postgraduate students of organic, inorganic and analytical chemistry, materials science and nanotechnology, chemists and biologists in industry

MAR 2011  640PP  978-0-470-71463-8  PR  £45.00  €57.90

Materials Science

Macrocycles

Fragments of Fullerenes and Carbon Nanotubes Designed Synthesis, Unusual Reactions, and Coordination Chemistry

LAWRENCE T. SCOTT & MARINA PETRUKHINA Boston College, USA; University of Albany, USA

✤✤ The first book of its kind to reflect upon the intense and rapidly growing interest in fullerene fragments, specifically focusing on their synthesis and reactivity in metal binding reactions ✤✤ Broadly covers all aspects related to the fullerene fragment chemistry ✤✤ Addresses the progress in the development of rational chemical methods for the designed synthesis of fragments of fullerenes and carbon nanotubes ✤✤ Draws together world leaders in the field who have tackled these challenges and those who have begun to uncover the unusual reactions of these molecules especially with regard to their coordination and organometallic chemistry READERSHIP: Organic, inorganic, organometallic, physical and materials chemists

MAY 2011  383PP  978-0-470-56908-5  CL  £90.50  €119.00

Atomic Layer Deposition of Nanostructured Materials NICOLA PINNA & MATO KNEZ University of Aveiro, Portugal; Max-Planck-Institut, Germany

✤✤ The importance of atomic layer deposition (ALD) in microelectronics and nanomaterials is increasing very rapidly ✤✤ The method of choice for the semiconductor industry ✤✤ Clearly structured contents: The introductory section gives a great insight in all aspects of the ALD technique and processes. The second part focusses on various aspects of nanomaterials and fields of applications. ✤✤ The technique of producing perfectly structured nanomaterials with optimal process control. Optimal e.g. for producing flat panel displays READERSHIP: Materials scientists, surface chemists, physicists, semiconductor industry, semiconductor physicists, libraries, chemists in industry

JUN 2011  480PP  978-3-527-32797-3  CL  £115.00  €139.00

Organic Thin Film Transistor Integration A Hybrid Approach

FLORA LI, AROKIA NATHAN, YILIANG WU & BENG S. ONG University of Cambridge, UK; University College London, UK

✤✤ From one of the pioneer researchers in the field of flexible silicon thin film transistors ✤✤ Shows how to optimize device performance using organic thin film transistors to create the next generation of low cost, lightweight, unbreakable and flexible electronics ✤✤ This technology appeals to a broad range of electronic devices and products, including transistors, diodes, sensors, solar cells, lighting, displays, and electronic identification and tracking devices ✤✤ Commercial applications and opportunities include flexible displays, electronic paper, radio-frequency identification (RFID) tags, smart cards, to low-cost disposable electronic products READERSHIP: Electronics engineers, electrical engineers, sensor industry, materials scientists, semiconductor industry, lecturers in electrical engineering, students in electrical engineering, ph.d. students in material sciences, master’s students in material sciences, company libraries, libraries at university institutes, university institutes and libraries

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Reviews in Modern Astronomy

Physics

Deciphering the Universe through Spectroscopy Volume 22

REGINA VON BERLEPSCH Astrophysikalisches Institut Potsdam, Germany

✤✤ Continues the annual “Reviews in Modern Astronomy” ✤✤ Provides 15 invited review papers of about 20 pages each on all topics of modern astronomy - from the measurements of magnetic fields on the surface of the Sun over detailed measurements of abundances in stellar atmospheres to the kinematics of the universe on its largest scales. ✤✤ Offers a systematic overview of the current research in astronomy regarding the spectroscopy ✤✤ Contains the Karl Schwarzschild medal lecture by Rolf-Peter Kudritzki: “Dissecting Galaxies with Quantitative Spectroscopy of the Brightest Stars in the Universe” READERSHIP: Astronomers, graduate students, libraries at university institutes, libraries at universities

AUG 2010  274PP  978-3-527-41055-2  CL  £100.00  €119.00

Thermally and Optically Stimulated Luminescence A Simulation Approach

REUVEN CHEN, VASILIS PAGONIS & JOHN L. LAWLESS Tel-Aviv University, Israel; McDaniel College, USA; Redwood Scientific Inc, USA

✤✤ Addresses the underlying physics of thermal luminescence and optically stimulated luminescence ✤✤ Summarizes the various models in the literature for OSL, TL and radioluminescence (RL) phenomena ✤✤ Includes most relevant aspects of the topic: TL peaks, dose-dependence and dose-rate effects, and trapping parameters ✤✤ Includes a few examples of computer programs on a website READERSHIP: Investigators at universities and research institutions, including experimental and theoretical scientists and graduate students and advanced undergraduate students, research groups all over the world dealing directly with thermoluminescence, phosphorescence and optically stimulated luminescence, practitioners dealing with (solid-state) dosimetry, be it personal dosimetry or medical dosimetry and researchers involved in archaeological and geological dating

APR 2011  392PP  978-0-470-74927-2  CL  £100.00  €129.00

The Demon and the Quantum

From the Pythagorean Mystics to Maxwell’s Demon and Quantum Mystery

MARLAN O. SCULLY & ROBERT J. SCULLY Texas A&M University and Princeton University, USA; Caterpillar Corporation, USA

✤✤ New in paperback - the completely new approach to quantum mechanics and quantum information theory which will be of interest to students from undergraduate level onwards as well as to researchers and lay persons ✤✤ Written by two authors who approach the topic from two different angles and combine both the scholar’s and the layperson’s perspective in a most interesting and enjoyable fashion ✤✤ Treatment of central concepts such as entropy, information and intelligence in a comprehensible and entertaining way ✤✤ Fresh biogaphical material on key researchers like Planck, Schrodinger, etc. presented at the beginning of each chapter READERSHIP: Students in physics, physicists interested in natural sciences, libraries at universities, libraries at university institutes, public libraries

OCT 2010  276PP  978-3-527-40983-9  PR  £13.99  €16.90

Advanced Calculations for Defects in Materials Electronic Structure Methods

AUDRIUS ALKAUSKAS, P. DEÁK, JÖRG NEUGEBAUER, ALFREDO PASQUARELLO & CHRIS G. VAN DE WALLE EPFL, Switzerland; BCCMS, Germany; Iron Research, Germany; EPFL, Switzerland; University of California, USA

✤✤ Defects affect physical properties of solids in a dramatic way, e.g. in the case of semiconductors, in which small concentrations of impurities cause huge changes in conductance. ✤✤ Electronic structure calculations have been invaluable for understanding the role of defects. Recently, significant progress has been achieved in developing advanced electronic structure methods which go beyond standard theories (DFT) ✤✤ The concept focuses exclusively on electronic structure methods and is of current interest for an increasingly broader audience.

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✤✤ A selection of very current topics, including the latest advances, which are often so new that they are not included in previous books READERSHIP: Solid State Physicists, Materials Scientists, Ph.D. Students, Libraries at Universities, Libraries at University Institutes

APR 2011  400PP  978-3-527-41024-8  CL  £115.00  €139.00

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Value Problems in Physics

MORTEN WILLATZEN & L. C. LEW YAN VOON University of Southern Denmark, Denmark; Wright State University, USA

✤✤ Brings a classical subject up to date and presents it comprehensively in a modern context ✤✤ Applications from nanotechnology, electrostatics, fluid mechanics, or acoustics in every chapter ✤✤ Easy accessible and comprehensive representation; unique organization by coordinate systems rather than by equation types, qualities that are lacking in existing texts

Physics

Separable Boundary

✤✤ Focusing on boundary value problems which are separable allows a coherent treatment suitable for teaching ✤✤ Fluently written, high quality of graphics READERSHIP: Students in physics, lecturers in physics, lecturers in mathematics, physicists, engineers, libraries at universities, libraries at university institutes

APR 2011  380PP  978-3-527-41020-0  CL  £85.00  €99.00

Physics at the Terascale IAN BROCK & THOMAS SCHÖRNER-SADENIUS University of Bonn, Germany; Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DESY), Germany

✤✤ The joint and accessible treatment of physics at the highest energies, written by two authors involved in cutting edge research ✤✤ Conveying the recent results and experimental techniques, the current status and open questions ✤✤ Also covering the Standard Model of particle physics and possible extensions, with emphasis on the experimental tests ✤✤ Includes treatment of the detectors used in large collider experiments ✤✤ Plus offers a short section on financing and managing big collaborations READERSHIP: High energy physicists, astronomers, graduate students, libraries at institutes, libraries at universities

APR 2011  420PP  978-3-527-41001-9  CL  £85.00  €99.00

Aberration-Corrected Analytical Electron Microscopy RIK BRYDSON University of Leeds, UK

✤✤ High Resolution Transmission Electron Microscopy is an imaging mode that allows the imaging of the crystallographic structure of a sample at an atomic scale ✤✤ Presents detailed theory, background and practical use of transmission electron microscopes, with lens correctors which can correct for the effects of spherical aberration-essential for microscopists involved in nanoscale and materials microanalysis ✤✤ Technique allows true imaging and analysis at the scale of single atoms in nanotechnology and materials analyses ✤✤ The material has been tested at postgraduate summer schools given by leaders in this field READERSHIP: Final-year undergraduates, postgraduate students, postdoctoral students as well as academics and industrialists involved in electron microscopy as part of nanotechnology and materials science analysis

JUN 2011  208PP  978-0-470-51851-9  CL  £34.95  €44.90

Branching Random Walks in Nonhomogenous Environments ELENA YAROVAYA Moscow State University, 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: Scientists, researchers and industrial engineers interested in branching random walks

MAR 2011  288PP  978-1-84821-208-4  CL  £66.95  €87.90

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Design for Embedded Image Processing on FPGAs

Electrical & Electronic Engineering

DONALD G. BAILEY Massey University, New Zealand

✤✤ Provides a bridge between the algorithms and hardware ✤✤ Demonstrates how to avoid many of the potential pitfalls ✤✤ Offer practical recommendations, solutions, and design examples ✤✤ Allows those with software backgrounds to understand efficient hardware implementation READERSHIP: Researchers and engineers in the vision or image processing industry, who are looking at smart sensors, machine vision, and robotic vision, as well as FPGA developers and application engineers; graduate students studying imaging systems, computer engineering, digital design, circuit design, or computer science; supplementary text for course in advanced digital design, algorithm and hardware implementation, digital signal processing and applications

MAR 2011  416PP  978-0-470-82849-6  CL  £95.00  €122.00

LED Packaging for Lighting Applications Design, Manufacturing, and Testing

SHENG LIU & XIAOBING LUO Both of Huazhong University, China

✤✤ One of the only books to cover LEDs from package design to manufacturing to testing ✤✤ Contains real-world examples for practitioners to understand the concepts quickly ✤✤ Covers the steps needed to transform an LED chip into a competitive lighting product ✤✤ Includes in-depth discussion of reliability issues ✤✤ Presents the state of the art in LED packaging research ✤✤ Codes and demonstrations available from the book’s Companion Website READERSHIP: Practicing engineers working in design or packaging at LED companies and graduate students preparing for work in industry; example companies are: (US & Europe) Philips Lumiled, Cree, OSRAM Opto Semiconductor, GE Lumination, Agilent Technologies, VS Optoelectronic; (Asia) Asia: Everlight, Kingbright, Epistar, Toyoda Gosei, Seoul Semiconductor, Nichia Corp, LIGITEK Electronics

FEB 2011  320PP  978-0-470-82783-3  CL  £90.00  €103.50

Modeling and Simulation for Packaging Assembly Manufacture, Reliability and Testing

SHENG LIU & YONG LIU Huazhong University, China; Fairchild Semiconductor Corp, USA

✤✤ Models and simulates numerous processes in manufacturing, reliability and testing for the first time ✤✤ Provides the skills necessary for virtual prototyping and virtual reliability qualification and testing ✤✤ Demonstrates concurrent engineering and co-design approaches for advanced engineering design of microelectronic products ✤✤ Subroutines and color images available for download from the books Companion Site READERSHIP: Practicing engineers, researchers, and post-graduates in microelectronic packaging and interconnection design, assembly manufacturing, electronic reliability/quality, and semiconductor materials

MAR 2011  288PP  978-0-470-82780-2  CL  £90.00  €108.00

Advanced Frequency Synthesis WILLIAM F. EGAN Santa Clara University, USA

✤✤ Provides detailed simulations to foster understanding ✤✤ Discusses both sigma-delta and fractional-n and uses Simulink to guide the reader ✤✤ Stimulation models discussed in the chapters are available online READERSHIP: Electrical engineers, graduate students interested in frequency synthesis

MAY 2011  256PP  978-0-470-91566-0  CL  £66.95  €87.90

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Design and Synthesis

STEVEN H. VOLDMAN IBM, USA

✤✤ Focuses on practical design techniques, providing good design practices and rules ✤✤ Contains essential information on chip floor-planning and architecture that has not been published in a single book before ✤✤ Covers up-to-date technology benchmarking and characterisation ✤✤ Uses state-of-the-art examples with detailed discussion ✤✤ Includes end-of-chapter design and integration problems READERSHIP: ESD engineers, circuit designers, semiconductor engineers, design synthesis team leaders, layout design engineers, characterisation engineers, technicians, floor-planning engineers, groundrule developers, test engineers and test site developers in the manufacturing and design of semiconductor chips, final year undergraduate students in electrical engineering, semiconductor sciences, and manufacturing sciences, and on courses involving the design of ESD devices, chips and systems, postgraduate students studying semiconductor chip design and reliability engineers, graduate students in electrical engineering, graduate students in semiconductor and manufacturing science

MAR 2011  376PP  978-0-470-68571-6  CL  £80.00  €97.90

Quantum Mechanics for Electrical Engineers DENNIS SULLIVAN University of Idaho, Moscow

✤✤ Targets topics within quantum mechanics that are needed to understand modern semiconductor theory ✤✤ Simple computer programs in MATLAB are used to illustrate the principles ✤✤ Exercises at the end of the chapters and a solutions manual available to instructors ✤✤ Fourier theory READERSHIP: Practicing semiconductor engineers or managers of research and development departments, senior undergraduate and graduate students in electrical engineering who intend to work in the semiconductor field

JUN 2011  288PP  978-0-470-87409-7  CL  £60.50  €77.90

Electrical & Electronic Engineering

ESD

Digital Communications 2nd Edition

SIMON HAYKIN McMaster University, USA

✤✤ Offers the most complete and up-to-date coverage available on the principles of digital communications. ✤✤ Focuses on basic issues, relating theory to practice wherever possible ✤✤ Numerous examples, worked out in detail, have been included to help the reader develop an intuitive grasp of the theory ✤✤ Topics covered include the sampling process, digital modulation techniques, error-control coding, robust quantization for pulse-code modulation, coding speech at low bit radio, information theoretic concepts, coding and computer communication READERSHIP: Electrical engineers, computer scientists, students and instructors of engineering or computer science

MAR 2011  560PP  978-0-471-64735-5  CL  £39.99  €51.90

Introduction to Digital Systems Modeling, Synthesis, and Simulation Using VHDL

MOHAMMED FERDJALLAH Old Dominion University, USA

✤✤ Explores how to learn digital systems through analysis and logic decisions as well as emphasizes modeling and simulation concepts in the design of digital systems ✤✤ Exposes readers to VHDL programming as well as basic methods of the analysis of design digital systems than can predict and interpret graphical observations ✤✤ Supplemented by an Instructor’s Solutions Manual including a laboratory manual ✤✤ Features learning objectives at the beginning of each chapter that enable readers to anticipate the concepts they are about to learn, which can also be used for classroom discussion. Each chapter ends with problems for additional practice and review of the discussed concepts READERSHIP: Scholars and practitioners in the fields of operations research, mathematical modeling, simulation, electrical engineering, and computer science; as a course book for upper-undergraduate and graduate students majoring in modeling and simulation, operations research, engineering, and computer science; and academic and corporate libraries

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Semantic Web and Model-Driven Development

Electrical & Electronic Engineering

FERNANDO S. PARREIRAS University of Koblenz-Landau, Germany

✤✤ This book presents a taxonomy to categorize semantic web and model-driven software development applications ✤✤ The author applies model-driven software development for raising the abstraction level in semantic web applications ✤✤ Supplements like slides, source code, concrete solutions, example, and the software infrastructure introduced in this book will be available for download from the related website ✤✤ Material is class room tested (at the University of Koblenz Landau, Germany) READERSHIP: Software engineers, programmers whose focus is Model-Driven Software Development (MDSD), the Semantic web community

JUN 2011  250PP  978-1-1180-0417-3  PR  £43.50  €55.90

Formal Methods for Industrial Critical Systems A Survey of Applications

STEFANIA GNESI & TIZIANA MARGARIA ISTI-CNR, Italy; University of Potsdam, Germany

✤✤ Balances leading edge material, established practice, and reviews of historically important contributions ✤✤ Collects timely, current articles written by a truly international group of authors ✤✤ Describes case studies from many kinds of high-integrity systems development ✤✤ Emphasizes model checking, an important step in several types of formal methods READERSHIP: Computer science departments, advanced undergraduate courses, professionals in industry, ICT companies, continuing education

MAR 2011  304PP  978-0-470-87618-3  PR  £56.95  €73.90

Applied Intelligent Control of Induction Motor Drives TZE-FUN CHAN & KELI SHI Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong; Netpower Technologies Inc., USA

✤✤ Authored by an experienced scientist with over 30 years in the field ✤✤ A one-stop reference resource for latest findings on intelligent control ✤✤ Arms readers with all most all existing AI techniques to control induction motor ✤✤ Demonstrates numerous examples, block diagrams, and simulation programs ✤✤ Companion website is available READERSHIP: Graduate students and research engineers who specialize in electric motor drives, electrical vehicle, and electrical ship in general and induction motors, advanced graduate EE courses e.g. intelligent control, applied electric motion and energy, research engineers in industrial electronics, automation, and electrical transportation, senior undergraduate students in electrical engineering

JAN 2011  432PP  978-0-470-82556-3  CL  £95.00  €122.00

Energy Security

An Interdisciplinary Approach

GAWDAT BAHGAT Indiana University of Pennsylvania, USA

✤✤ Provides theoretical and empirical frameworks to analyse concepts relevant to new laws and policies in energy security ✤✤ Interdisciplinary approach, combining international relations, political science, economics, public management, international business and history ✤✤ Topical and up-to-date coverage on green energy, outlining research on the balance between meeting energy needs and avoiding polluting the environment ✤✤ Case studies to demonstrate the theory

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MAR 2011  256PP  978-0-470-68904-2  CL  £65.00  €83.90

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JOHN W. ARTHUR Edinburgh University, Scotland

✤✤ Provides an easy to understand mathematical tool set for professionals an students in electromagnetic study ✤✤ Non-axiomatic, non-challenging, less formal tutorial approach on the subject ✤✤ Includes appendices with reference material that includes a helpful glossary of terms READERSHIP: Electromagnetic theorists (in wireless communication industry, power, energy and optical science), graduate students studying electromagnetics

JUN 2011  260PP  978-0-470-94163-8  CL  £96.95  €125.00

Magnetic Radiative Structures Inspired by Metamaterial Concepts TOSHIRO KODERA & CHRISTOPHE CALOZ Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal, USA.; University of California, USA

✤✤ The combination of magnetic radiative structures with recent metamaterial concepts has great potential for novel applications ✤✤ The book is multidisciplinary involving areas as diverse as magnetism, antennas, metamaterials and nanotechnologies ✤✤ The book is an ideal introduction for investigators and students first entering this area of research READERSHIP: Students, junior and senior research engineers who are conducting research on the new properties and applications of magnetic materials toward the goal of designing metamaterial devices and antennas

MAR 2011  250PP  978-0-470-76775-7  CL  £66.50  €85.90

Electrical & Electronic Engineering

Understanding Geometric Algebra for Electromagnetic Theory

Embedded SoPC System with Altera NiosII Processor and VHDL Examples PONG P. CHU Cleveland State University, USA

✤✤ Offers experiment problems with various levels of difficulties in the end of each chapter ✤✤ Provides complete code listing ✤✤ Offers multi-week projects in the end of each chapter ✤✤ Includes annotated bibliographic notes for further reading ✤✤ Includes a companion website with additional materials: HDL and C code listing (for download); Project files and configuration files for the DE1 prototyping board (for download); Links to referenced materials; Additional project ideas; Errata READERSHIP: Upper-level undergraduate and entry-level graduate students in computer engineering, as well as practicing engineers who wish to learn the SoPC based development, text for advanced digital system, advanced embedded system, or hardware software co-design courses, as well as a companion lab text for more theoretical courses

MAY 2011  650PP  978-1-1180-0888-1  CL  £80.50  €105.00

Handbook of eID Security Concepts, Practical Experiences, Technologies

WALTER FUMY & MANFRED PAESCHKE Both of Bundesdruckerei GmbH, Germany

✤✤ The first source presenting a comprehensive overview of this strongly discussed topic ✤✤ It provides profound information on the latest concepts, technical approaches, security mechanisms, applications and trends in the field of eID READERSHIP: Public authorities, municipal councils, industry, banking, public health agencies, hospitals, consumer associations, engineers, semiconductor industry, software companies, data protection specialist, software designer, research institutes

DEC 2010  288PP  978-3-89578-379-1  CL  £45.00  €49.90

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Numerical Distance Protection

Electrical & Electronic Engineering

Principles and Applications 4th Edition

GERHARD ZIEGLER Consultant, Germany

✤✤ Provides the basis for network protection in transmission systems and meshed distribution systems ✤✤ Covers the fundamentals of distance protection and the special features of numerical technology ✤✤ The emphasis is placed on the application of numerical distance relays in distribution and transmission systems ✤✤ For this fourth edition all contents, especially the descriptions of numerical protection devices and the very useful appendix have been revised and updated READERSHIP: Energy Supplying Companies, Electrotechnical Industry, Engineers in Power Technology, Electrical Engineers, Power Engineers, Electrotechnicians, Technical Colleges, Universities of Applied Sciences, Lecturers in Electrical Engineering, Students in Electrical Engineering

JAN 2011  408PP  978-3-89578-381-4  CL  £50.00  €59.90

Network Technologies for Media Devices An Introduction to the DLNA Architecture

EDWIN ARTURO HEREDIA Microsoft, USA

✤✤ Describes the architecture and protocols for interconnecting media devices in home networks to create the “smart home” ✤✤ Greatly facilitates the study of interconnective home networks by providing a unified view of the current technologies and protocols ✤✤ Draws on the coordinated efforts of R&D teams from leading computer, communications, and consumer electronic companies ✤✤ Broad discussion on a variety of current and upcoming technologies READERSHIP: Software and hardware engineers, network specialists, digital media specialists, technology-oriented consumers, and graduate students studying network technologies and computer engineering

APR 2011  450PP  978-0-470-88126-2  CL  £63.50  €81.90

Cloud Computing Principles and Paradigms RAJKIMAR BUYYA, JAMES BROBERG & ANDRZEJ GOSCINSKI Both of University of Melbourne, Australia; Deakin University, Australia

✤✤ Captures state-of-the-art in Cloud Computing ✤✤ Indentifies potential research directions and technologies ✤✤ Chapters written by industry experts and contain real world case studies ✤✤ Example illustrating problems and review questions for each chapter READERSHIP: Systems architects, practitioners, developers, new researchers, graduate level students, can also be used for general Cloud and Distributed computing related courses

FEB 2011  674PP  978-0-470-88799-8  CL  £80.50  €105.00

Elements of Photonics Volume I In Free Space and Special Media

KEIGO IIZUKA University of Toronto, USA

✤✤ Covers all important topics from Fourier optics, such as the properties of lenses, optical image processing, and holography to the Gaussian beam, light propagation in anisotropic media, external field effects, polarization of light and its major applications ✤✤ Careful and thorough presentation of the topics that makes it well suited for courses and self study ✤✤ Includes numerous figures, problems and worked-out solutions ✤✤ Heavily illustrated with over 400 figures specially formatted to aid in comprehension

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NOV 2010  664PP  978-0-470-88005-0  PR  £113.00  €149.00

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2nd Edition

MARIAN K. KAZIMIERCZUK & DARIUSZ CZARKOWSKI Wright State University, USA; University of Florida, USA

✤✤ Provides a comprehensive and timely coverage of state-of-the art resonant conversion technology ✤✤ Details design procedures for a large variety of high-frequency dc-ac resonant inverters, rectifiers, and dc-dc resonant converters ✤✤ Offers numerous analysis and design examples, schematics, summaries, end-of-chapter problems, review questions, and extensive bibliographies ✤✤ Solutions Manual available READERSHIP: Senior level undergraduate students, graduate M.S. and Ph.D. students in electrical engineering departments, practicing engineers, including scientists, R&D staff

FEB 2011  608PP  978-0-470-90538-8  CL  £90.50  €119.00

Piezoelectric Energy Harvesting ALPER ERTUK & DANIEL J. INMAN Both of Virginia Tech, USA

✤✤ Comprehensive reference and guide to the state-of-the-art in this rapidly developing and exciting field; the transformation of vibrations into electric energy through the use of piezoelectric devices ✤✤ Provides several models that can be used in design and optimization ✤✤ Covers scale-effects in piezoelectric power generation along with electromechanical models for NEM (nano-electromechanical) power generators ✤✤ Includes theoretical and experimental case studies and demonstrative examples. READERSHIP: Academic and industry researchers working on energy harvesting, remote sensor technology and structural health monitoring in aerospace and structural engineering

APR 2011  416PP  978-0-470-68254-8  CL  £85.00  €112.00

Electrical & Electronic Engineering

Resonant Power Converters

Design of Smart Power Grid Renewable Energy Systems ALI KEYHANI Green Energy Systems Laboratory, USA

✤✤ Each chapter first describes a problem of integration, then formulates a mathematical model of the same problem before outlining solution steps are outlined with a matlab simulation test bed ✤✤ Each chapter ends with set of problems and projects ✤✤ Integrates power systems engineering, control systems engineering, and power electronics READERSHIP: Practicing engineers and engineering students, any engineers interested in smart grid systems, as well as researchers

JUN 2011  648PP  978-0-470-62761-7  CL  £80.50  €105.00

Smart Grid

Fundamentals of Design and Analysis

JAMES A. MOMOH Howard University, USA

✤✤ Incorporates all the essential factors of Smart Grid appropriate for enabling the performance and capability of the power system ✤✤ No comparable books which provide information on the “how to” of the design and analysis ✤✤ Pioneering book that provides a fundamental analysis and design scheme for building the future Smart Grid READERSHIP: Regulators, policy makers, energy experts, students, researchers and engineers as well as investors and vendors interest in design of Smart Grid

APR 2011  288PP  978-0-470-88939-8  CL  £83.50  €109.00

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Commercial Power Systems Engineering

Electrical & Electronic Engineering

THOMAS E. GLAVINICH University of Kansas, USA

✤✤ Provides students and professionals with an authoritative and comprehensive resource for the planning, design, construction, and operation of modern CII power systems ✤✤ Chapters are structured to provide the continuity needed for use in the classroom while also remaining relatively self-contained for professionals who wish to turn to a specific topic to get the information they need ✤✤ End-of-the-chapter problems, based on author’s thirty years of industry experience, provide the student or reader with a better understanding of the material presented in the chapter ✤✤ A solutions manual will be available to instructors READERSHIP: College and university students studying power systems engineering, practicing design and construction professionals involved in the planning, design, construction, and operation of CII power systems

MAR 2011  600PP  978-0-470-11279-3  CL  £86.95  €112.00

Electric Distribution Systems A. A. SALLAM Suez Canal University, Egypt

✤✤ Presents a comprehensive treatment of electric distribution systems ✤✤ Reviews both the traditional and cutting-edge topics of distribution systems ✤✤ Helps the reader increase skills in distribution system automation and monitoring ✤✤ Deals with the key topics of interest to distribution system engineers, emphasizing both the practical point of view and the academic point of view READERSHIP: Practicing engineers working with utility companies and industry, undergraduate and graduate students, and faculty teaching courses related to distribution systems

APR 2011  584PP  978-0-470-27682-2  CL  £73.50  €95.90

Compiler Construction Using Java, JavaCC, and Yacc ANTHONY J. DOS REIS & LAURA L. DOS REIS State University of New York, USA; Williams College, USA

✤✤ Strong coverage of formal languages. The target languages (one is stack-oriented like Java’s bytecode; the other is register oriented) are very easy to learn but are sufficiently powerful to support advanced compiler projects ✤✤ Provides numerous, well-defined projects along with test cases. This material relieves instructors of the considerable burden of developing and organizing meaningful projects ✤✤ The book is supported by a complete teaching support software package that automatically evaluates a student’s compiler projects with respect to correctness, runtime, and size of generated code, so they get immediate feedback on their projects. Runs on three platforms: Microsoft Windows, Linux, and the Macintosh OS X READERSHIP: Java programmers, Java developers, application developers, practitioners teaching themselves parsing techniques, Java researchers, software architects

MAR 2011  480PP  978-0-470-94959-7  CL  £63.50  €81.90

Ultrasonic Inspection Technologies and Search Units Design With Examples of Practical Applications

MARK BROOK University of Water Communications, USA

✤✤ Author has long, non-destructive testing experience with prominent firms such as ABB & Westinghouse ✤✤ Each chapter represents unique structural characteristics and non-destructive testing and calculation methodologies are presented accordingly ✤✤ Ample practical examples and problem solving are presented ✤✤ The ultrasonic testing methodologies are particularly useful for high-risk working environment such as nuclear power plant READERSHIP: Non-destructive testing specialists, ultrasonic testing engineers, material and structural engineers, nuclear plant engineers

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A Practical Guide for Manufacturers of Electronic Components and Systems

MARIUS BAZU & TITU BAJENESCU National Institute for Research and Development in Microtechnologies, Romania; Chemin de Riant-Coin, Switzerland

✤✤ Gathers together all vital aspects of reliability and failure analysis, currently unavailable in one comprehensive volume ✤✤ Focuses on electronic components, used by a large variety of people including manufacturers of electronic components ✤✤ Offers an exposition of advanced techniques in a clear and easy to understand way; three sections divide the subject into why, when and how ✤✤ Includes a special chapter dedicated to tutorials covering the methods of FA, and a supplementary website hosting practical case studies and a training section READERSHIP: Manufacturers of electronic components, devices, ICs and electronic systems, also reliability testing engineers and managers in this area, practising electronic, electrical and mechanical reliability engineers, managers, and independent bodies specializing in furnishing services in failure analysis

APR 2011  344PP  978-0-470-74824-4  CL  £70.00  €89.90

Fundamentals of Information Extraction in Environmental Remote Sensing SHUNLIN LIANG University of Maryland, USA

✤✤ Examples and exercise questions provided at the end of chapters ✤✤ Discusses digital image processing in both the context of information extraction and physically-based inversion methods ✤✤ PowerPoint files of lectures included on accompanying ftp site ✤✤ Includes information on accessing data from both the Goddard Earth Sciences (GES) Distributed Active Archive Center (DAAC) and European Space Agency (ESA) READERSHIP: Upper-level undergraduates, graduate students and professionals in the remote sensing field

APR 2011  600PP  978-0-470-04042-3  CL  £96.95  €125.00

Electrical & Electronic Engineering

Failure Anaylsis

Self-Organized Organic Semiconductors From Materials to Device Applications

QUAN LI Kent State University, UK

✤✤ Addresses hot and interdisciplinary topics of organic semiconductor materials, fabrication, characterization, and applications ✤✤ Describes methods like crystal engineering, conjugation, and self-assembly ✤✤ Includes applications in liquid crystals, photovoltaics, light-emitting diodes (LEDs), solar cells, and transistors ✤✤ Combines otherwise-scattered material under one cover ✤✤ Integrates molecular materials, oligomers, carbon nanotubes, fullerenes, and polymers READERSHIP: Organic chemistry, polymer science, liquid crystals, materials science, material engineering, electrical engineering, chemical engineering, optics, optic-electronics, nanotechnology, and semiconductors

MAR 2011  314PP  978-0-470-55973-4  CL  £83.50  €109.00

Software Testing Industrialization A Model-Based Testing Perspective

BRUNO LEGEARD, SUNIL GUPTA, JEAN-PIERRE SCHOCH & JEFFREY S. WILKINSON Smartesting, France; Symphony Services, USA; Smartesting, France; Accenture Test Services, India

✤✤ Details the key role of model-based testing to ensure continuity in the software testing industrialization process, describing how each step could be implemented. ✤✤ Uses detailed examples – the actiTIME application – to teach techniques of model-based testing, including modeling guidelines, test generation strategies and automated test execution. ✤✤ Offers a companion website which makes available machine-readable versions of case studies and examples used in the book, as well as presentation slides. READERSHIP: Information systems practitioners, QA managers, testers, project managers, consultants, developers, IT managers, specification writers, students and professors

JUN 2011  370PP  978-0-470-93951-2  CL  £66.95  €87.90

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Simulation and Modeling of Systems of Systems

Electrical & Electronic Engineering

PASCAL CANTOT & DOMINIQUE LUZEAUX Ministry of Defense, UK

✤✤ Systems engineering is the design of a complex interconnection of many elements (a system) to maximize a specific measure of system performance ✤✤ The concept of the “systems of systems” is discussed extensively, after a critical comparison of the different definitions and a range of various practical illustrations ✤✤ Provides key answers as to what a system of systems is and how its complexity can be mastered READERSHIP: Systems engineers, product engineers, operational concept engineer, mission (scenario) analyst, systems analyst, requirements engineer, test engineer, junior/senior and graduate level students in systems engineering

JAN 2011  370PP  978-1-84821-234-3  CL  £83.50  €109.00

Doubly Fed Induction Machine

Modeling and Control for Wind Energy Generation Applications

GONZALO ABAD, JESUS LOPEZ & MIGUEL RODRIGUEZ University of Mondragon, Spain; University of Navarra, USA; Ingeteam Transmission and Distribution, USA

✤✤ No other book covers the analysis and control of the Doubly Fed Induction Machine (DFIM), also known as the Wound Rotor Induction Machine (WRIM) ✤✤ Examines the most relevant issues of this machine when it operates at the wind energy generation application ✤✤ Focuses on the modeling and control of the DFIM based wind turbines ✤✤ Readers will not only be able to learn from wind energy generation field, but also enhance their knowledge on AC drives READERSHIP: Researchers and power electric engineers in wind turbine design, undergraduate and graduate students majoring in energy generation, energy control, turbine design

APR 2011  320PP  978-0-470-76865-5  CL  £66.95  €87.90

Model-Based Visual Tracking The OpenTL Framework

GIORGIO PANIN Technical University of Munich, Germany

✤✤ This is the only book that presents a unified view of Visual Tracking at the application level ✤✤ Provides the algorithmic foundation of a general-purpose software architecture, the OpenTL library ✤✤ The three main aspects of the problem (modeling, visual processing and sequential localization) are separately dealt with as parts of a common workflow, the tracking pipeline ✤✤ This scheme encompasses most of the state-of-the-art methodologies, and provides a solid basis for prototyping tracking systems in a seamless, modular and scalable way READERSHIP: Practitioners and programmers working in 3D computer vision, image processing and analysis and computer visualization, advanced students and researchers in the fields of engineering, computer science, robotics, graphics and mathematics

APR 2011  312PP  978-0-470-87613-8  CL  £63.50  €81.90

Developments in Data Storage Materials Perspective

S.N. PIRAMANAYAGAM & CHONG TOW CHONG Data Storage Institute, Singapore; A*Star, Singapore

✤✤ Examines the latest developments in this rapidly advancing field ✤✤ Provides fundamentals for people new to the field, as well as all the information more advanced practioners need ✤✤ Includes crucial data on optical data storage ✤✤ An invaluable reference material for the advanced researcher READERSHIP: Graduate students who work in magnetism, and magnetic and optical recording, engineers from the hard disk and optical storage industry

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Theory and Practice

PENG SU, CAROL HANDWERKER & TAKAHIKO KATO Cisco Systems Inc., USA; Purdue University, USA; Hitachi, Ltd, USA

✤✤ Only book on the market addressing tin whiskers in a specific and holistic manner ✤✤ Discusses the growth mechanisms of tin whiskers ✤✤ Offers effective mitigation strategies to reduce whisker growth risks READERSHIP: Engineers and researchers from a broad background including component manufacturers, system and original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), contract manufacturers, plating chemistry and equipment developers, military and aerospace system and component procurement organizations, engineers and researchers servicng the military and aerospace industries

MAY 2011  300PP  978-0-470-90723-8  CL  £86.95  €112.00

Handbook of eID Security Concepts, Practical Experiences, Technologies

WALTER FUMY & MANFRED PAESCHKE Bundesdruckerei GmbH, Germany; Bundesdruckerei GmbH, Germany

✤✤ The first source presenting a comprehensive overview of this strongly discussed topic ✤✤ Provides profound information on the latest concepts, technical approaches, security mechanisms, applications and trends in the field of eID READERSHIP: Public authorities, municipal councils, industry, banking, public health agencies, hospitals, consumer associations, engineers, semiconductor industry, software companies, data protection specialist, software designer, research institutes

DEC 2010  288PP  978-3-89578-379-1  CL  £45.00  €49.90

Electrical & Electronic Engineering

Mitigating Tin Whisker Risks

Optical and Digital Image Processing Fundamentals and Applications

GABRIEL CRISTOBAL, PETER SCHELKENS & HUGO THIENPONT Spanish Council for Scientific Research, Spain; Interdisciplinary Institute for Broadband Technology, Belgium; Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium

✤✤ Edited and authored by respected and experienced personalities in the fields of image and signal processing, and optoelectronics devices ✤✤ The first title to bridge the knowledge gap between the optical and digital image processing communities ✤✤ Applications include image restoration, medical imaging, surveillance, holography, etc. ✤✤ Includes Matlab and Image J READERSHIP: Biophysicists, bioengineers, astronomers, engineers working in information science, electrical engineers, electronics engineers, mechanical engineers, applied physicists, information technology industry, libraries at universities and university institutes, company libraries

APR 2011  750PP  978-3-527-40956-3  CL  £105.00  €129.00

Advanced Nonimaging/Illumination Optics JOHN KOSHEL University of Rochester, USA

✤✤ Leading edge material in the field of nonimaging and illumination optics from leaders within the field ✤✤ Provides a wide number of topics so that practicing engineers and scientist can expand their knowledge into other subfields within nonimaging and illumination optics ✤✤ Assembles a number of sources into one publication ✤✤ Extensive references that the readers can employ to expand upon the presentations herein READERSHIP: Practicing illumination engineers and scientists, graduate level electrical engineering/optical engineering students, corporate sales potential as well as government sector whose interest is energy efficiency

APR 2011  288PP  978-0-470-91140-2  CL  £83.50  €109.00

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Electrical & Electronic Engineering / Communications Technology

Ultrasonic Inspection Technology Development and Search Unit Design Examples of Practical Applications With Examples of Practical Applications

MARK V. BROOK Formerly of ABB and Westinghouse Electric Company, USA

✤✤ Author has long, non-destructive testing experience with prominent firms such as ABB & Westinghouse ✤✤ Each chapter represents unique structural characteristics and non-destructive testing and calculation methodologies are presented accordingly ✤✤ Ample practical examples and problem solving are presented ✤✤ The ultrasonic testing methodologies are particularly useful for high-risk working environment such as nuclear power plant READERSHIP: Non-destructive testing specialists, ultrasonic testing engineers, material and structural engineers, nuclear plant engineers

APR 2011  256PP  978-0-470-87434-9  CL  £83.50  €109.00

Solid State Engineering ELLIOTT R. BROWN University of California, USA

✤✤ Bridges the areas of physics and engineering and covers the full range of physical properties in solid-state engineering. ✤✤ Concentrates on the integration of technologies, an important but rarely addressed concept ✤✤ Complete solutions manual available to instructors ✤✤ Every section has at least one example problem and corresponding solution READERSHIP: Courses in electrical engineering, mechanical engineering and materials science departments of universities, practicing engineers and physicists, technical libraries, private and government research institutions

JUN 2011  522PP  978-0-471-43965-3  CL  £73.50  €95.90

Antenna Design for Mobile Devices ZHIJUN ZHANG Tsinghua University, China

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A one-stop design reference containing all an engineer needs when designing antennas Integrates state-of-the-art technologies Covers bio-safety and electromagnetic compatibility regulation compliance Accessible to readers of many levels, from introductory to specialist Presents shortcuts for engineers who lack antenna knowledge but need no-hassle techniques for designing simple antennas Written by a practicing expert who has hired and trained numerous engineers Incorporates the various techniques used by pure-play antenna firms, established mobile device brands, and new entrants to the mobile space Comes with antenna matching software written by the author, which can be used for practice and realworld projects Presentation slides with lecture notes available for instructor use

READERSHIP: The book is primarily targeted at practicing antenna engineers, particularly those focusing on mobile devices, as well as researchers and academics looking to keep up with this quickly changing field. Engineering managers will find it to be a helpful guide for teaching new hires, while new hires, by using the book themselves, will be able to get quickly gain expertlevel proficiencies. The book will provide post-graduate students studying antennas and microwaves a strong foundation for advanced research. Instructors can use the book as a supplementary text for an antenna theory course, giving students a better feel for the application of theory to concrete examples. The secondary market includes wireless network equipment engineers, who desire a stronger sense of antenna principles, as well as electronic engineering students studying electromagnetics. Readers should possess a basic undergraduate-level understanding of electromagnetic theory

MAR 2011  288PP  978-0-470-82446-7  CL  £90.00  €119.00

Speech and Audio Signal Processing Processing and Perception of Speech and Music 2nd Edition

BEN GOLD, NELSON MORGAN & DAN ELLIS Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA; University of California at Berkeley, USA; Columbia University, USA

✤✤ Updates the original book with new material describing both the enabling technologies of digital music distribution and a range of exciting new research areas in automatic music content processing that have emerged in the past five years, driven by the digital music revolution. ✤✤ This book spans the entire field of audio processing. The links and influences between these topics make for a natural integrated treatment of topics like speech recognition and music transcription ✤✤ The short, manageable chapters make it easy to segment the study of the topics.

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APR 2011  660PP  978-0-470-19536-9  CL  £73.50  €95.90

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Digital Audio Effects 2nd Edition

Edited by UDO ZÖLZER Helmut Schimdt University, Germany

✤✤ Three completely new chapters on Virtual Analog Effects, Automatic Mixing and Sound Source Separation ✤✤ Discusses digital audio effects from both an introductory level, for musicians, and an advanced level, for signal processing engineers ✤✤ Includes digital signal processing algorithms for sound processing ✤✤ New edition extends the simple Matlab scripts which demonstrate the implementation of the basic concepts into software programs and includes a companion website which will continue to be hosted by the Editor. READERSHIP: Researchers and engineers working in digital signal processing, and sound and audio engineering; includes those within the audio and media industry. Those in the wider fields of electrical engineering and computer science.

APR 2011  608PP  978-0-470-66599-2  CL  £75.00  €89.90

Spoken Language Understanding Systems for Extracting Semantic Information from Speech 2nd Edition

GOKHAN TUR & RENATO DE MORI SRI International, USA; University of Avignon, Italy

✤✤ Authorities in SLU from both academia and research contribute state of the art research and approaches ✤✤ Companion website hosting continually updated material, software and data sources ✤✤ Includes a strong data-driven, statistical approach

Communications Technology

DAFX

✤✤ A book with relevance to those working on industry/commercial applications of SLU, such as within call centres, robotics, and some smart environments such as cars READERSHIP: Practitioners and researchers in the fields of speech processing and recognition, computational linguistics, language processing, and speech application development

JUN 2011  608PP  978-0-470-68824-3  CL  £90.00  €119.00

An Introduction to TTCN-3 2nd Edition

COLIN WILLCOCK, THOMAS DEISS, STEPHAN TOBIES, STEFAN KEIL, FEDERICO ENGLER, STEPHAN SCHULZ & ANTHONY WILES All of Nokia GmbH, Germany

✤✤ Complete tutorial reference on TTCN-3 with real-world examples and expert advice based on author’s practical industrial experience using the standard ✤✤ Nokia has been instrumental in the development of both the language and tools associated with TTCN-3 and the author is in a unique position to document this experience to help and guide new users ✤✤ Associated website will contain code samples from the book and links to the relevant standards document READERSHIP: Telecoms and software engineers, industry test engineers, test specifiers, managers of testing departments and test laboratories, quality assurance engineers and managers, test tool developers and vendors, graduate students in software engineering and telecoms, standards professionals standardizing formal languages in ITU-T, ETSI and IETF, laboratory accreditation authorities, trainers for certification schemes

MAR 2011  360PP  978-0-470-66306-6  CL  £65.00  €83.90

Application Threat Modeling MARCO MORANA & TONY UCEDAVELEZ CitiGroup, USA; VerSprite, USA

✤✤ Unlike other books, Application Threat Modeling bridges the gap between understanding security vulnerabilities and actually managing risk ✤✤ Is a methodology-driven text that offers precise steps to take when combating threats to businesses? ✤✤ Includes a CD with multiple binary tools in order to simulate application threat modeling exercises and enable professionals to apply threat modeling techniques to SDLC efforts within their own organizations READERSHIP: Software developers, security professionals, architects, quality assurance engineers, managers and project managers also benefit from application threat modeling for its efficiency and cost savings

MAY 2011  450PP  978-0-470-50096-5  CL  £66.95  €87.90

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Inverse Synthetic Aperture Radar Imaging With MATLAB

Communications Technology

CANER OZDEMIR University of Texas at Austin, USA

✤✤ Covers all aspects of Inverse Synthetic Aperture Radar (ISAR), an important radar signal processing tool, including current ISAR trends. ✤✤ Includes several tricks and fine-tuning procedures to enhance quality in ISAR imaging, such as zeropadding and windowing. ✤✤ Accompanied by examples of applications using MATLAB to aid in implementing imaging procedures READERSHIP: Graduate students and researchers in electrical engineering/physics and practicing engineers working in a related industry

MAY 2011  300PP  978-0-470-28484-1  CL  £73.50  €95.90

Optical and Digital Image Processing Fundamentals and Applications

GABRIEL CRISTOBAL, PETER SCHELKENS & HUGO THIENPONT Instituto de Optica, Spain; Interdisciplinary Institute for Broadband Technology, Belgium; VUB, Belgium

✤✤ Edited and authored by respected and experienced personalities in the fields of image and signal processing, and optoelectronics devices ✤✤ The first title to bridge the knowledge gap between the optical and digital image processing communities ✤✤ Applications include image restoration, medical imaging, surveillance, holography, etc. ✤✤ Includes Matlab and ImageJ READERSHIP: Biophysicists, bioengineers, astronomers, engineers working in information science, electrical engineers, electronics engineers, mechanical engineers, applied physicists, information technology industry, libraries at university institutes, company libraries, libraries at universities

APR 2011  750PP  978-3-527-40956-3  CL  £105.00  €129.00

Handbook of Position Location Theory, Practice and Advances

REZA ZEKAVAT & MICHAEL BUEHRER Michigan Tech, USA; Virginia Tech, USA

✤✤ The field of applications utilizing this technology includes homeland security, law enforcement, emergency response, defence command and control, multi-robot coordination, GPS, and automobile collision avoidance ✤✤ This is the most comprehensive reference book on wireless localization technology, including fundamental theory, practices and application examples ✤✤ Closes gaps in available localization books presenting in-depth coverage from fundamentals of coordinates to advanced application examples READERSHIP: Students, engineers whose research interest is wireless communication and networking, wireless device manufacturers

JUN 2011  1000PP  978-0-470-94342-7  CL  £126.00  €162.00

Communications, Radar and Electronic Warfare ADRIAN GRAHAM ATDI Ltd, UK

✤✤ A practical guide to the principles of radio communications for both civilian and military applications ✤✤ Focuses on methods such as radio and radar jamming, and radio-controlled improvised explosive devices (IEDs) ✤✤ Uses tables, illustrations, and problems with solutions to clarify key topics ✤✤ Includes a companion website with MATLAB, equations in Excel, as well as links to up-to-date trusted websites READERSHIP: Military operators and engineers, communications specialists and those involved in communications software development.

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EXIT-Chart-Aided Near-Capacity Designs for Wireless Channels 2nd Edition

LAJOS L. HANZO, T. H. LIEW, B. L. YEAP & R. Y. S. TEE University of Southampton, UK; Motorola, UK; Motorola, UK; Motorola, UK

✤✤ Provides a comprehensive review of the applications of iterative coding to a number of scenarios, including modulation, equalization and space-time coding ✤✤ Includes approximately 25% new material with 5 new chapters on Multilevel Coding Theory; MLC Design Using EXIT Analysis; Space Time Sphere Packing Aided MLC/ BICM Design; MLC/ BICM Schemes for Wireless Internet and Near-Capacity Irregular BICM-ID Design. ✤✤ Begins with a fundamental non-mathematical conceptual level, whilst advanced readers can turn directly to the required chapter which describe solutions to various communications problems READERSHIP: Researchers and postgraduate students; practising, system and development engineers, undergraduates; telecommunications managers

MAR 2011  712PP  978-0-4709-7290-8  CL  £105.00  €135.00

A Computational Intelligence Approach to Wireless Sensor Networks RAGHAVENDRA KULKARNI & GANESH KUMAR VENAYAGAMOORTHY Missouri University of Science and Technology, USA, Missouri University of Science and Technology, USA

✤✤ Introduces major paradigms of CI; provides a detailed discussion on problems in WSNs and surveys existing CI applications to various problems in WSNs from various research areas and publication venues. ✤✤ Advantages and disadvantages of CI algorithms over traditional WSN solutions will be discussed. A general evaluation of CI algorithms will be given, which will serve as a guide for using CI algorithms in WSNs.

Communications Technology

Turbo Coding, Turbo Equalisation and Space-Time Coding

✤✤ There is a significant rise in undergraduate/graduate level courses in CI and WSNs in universities all over the world. CI techniques are gaining popularity in WSN research. There exist separate books on CI and WSNs, but none focuses on CI applications in WSNs. ✤✤ Aims at bridging the gap and enhancing collaboration among researcher in CI and WSNs READERSHIP: Graduate students, researchers and practicing engineers in WSN aware of the power and flexibility of CI techniques. Similarly, it is necessary to introduce the students, researchers and practicing engineers in CI about the challenges in WSNs

JUN 2011  320PP  978-1-1180-0235-3  CL  £66.95  €87.90

Modulation and Coding Techniques in Wireless Communications SERGEI SEMENOV & EVGENII KROUK Nokia Mobile Phones, Russia, St. Petersburg State University of Aerospace Instrumentation. Russia

✤✤ Relationships between modern standards and modulation and coding theory are examined ✤✤ Unique treatment of basic theory and existing wireless communication standards ✤✤ Divided into two parts - the first part develops techniques which are then applied and tailored to real world systems in the second part ✤✤ Written and edited by a team who have vast and varied experience from both industry and academia READERSHIP: Communications and electrical engineers, researchers and specialists in coding and wireless communications, postgraduate students, professionals in the field of wireless communications, students, industry engineers, R&D professionals

JAN 2011  680PP  978-0-470-74505-2  CL  £85.00  €112.00

Advances in Electrically Small Antennas STEVEN R. BEST Air Force Research Laboratory, USA

✤✤ In today’s wireless world, devices are becoming more portable (i.e., smaller) every day–making electrically small antennas the future of the field and an area of exponential interest to practicing engineers ✤✤ Provides a detailed discussion of the theory, challenges, and performance trade-offs associated with the design of electrically small antennas ✤✤ The author, a popular seminar and workshop lecturer on this topic, presents many electrically small antenna designs and describes them with an emphasis on recent advances in the field READERSHIP: Antenna design engineers working in both military and commercial antenna companies, graduate students and academic researchers

MAY 2011  416PP  978-0-471-68158-8  CL  £53.50  €69.90

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Microwave Photonics

Communications Technology

JIANPING YAO University Research Chair, USA

✤✤ Contains class-tested material: the author has taught “Microwave Photonics,” a graduate course at the University of Ottawa, since 2006. ✤✤ Serves as the first book to systematically review the techniques developed in the past thirty years in microwave photonics with comprehensiveness and consistency. ✤✤ Provides insight into a rapidly expanding field of research, bridging the gap between traditional Fiber Optics Communications and RF/Microwave Electronics READERSHIP: Graduate students working in microwave photonics, optical communications and microwave engineering, researchers and scientists working in the area, a text book for graduate students

APR 2011  500PP  978-0-470-90537-1  CL  £93.50  €122.00

Microwave Bandpass Filters for Wideband Communications LEI ZHU, SHENG SUN & RUI LI School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Singapore; Institute of Microwave Techniques, Germany; Institute of Microelectronics, Singapore

✤✤ The book offers a systematic and complete design guideline for (ultra-)wideband filters ✤✤ Suitable as text and professional reference ✤✤ Discusses a very highly cited research topic ✤✤ Offers detailed designs with easily-followed charts and tables READERSHIP: Academic researchers, design engineers, graduate students

MAR 2011  978-0-470-87661-9 300PP  CL  £73.50  €95.90

Electronic Signal Processing for Optical Fiber Communications QIAN YU Scintera Networks, USA

✤✤ Provides basic concepts and physics as well as necessary mathematical tools ✤✤ Includes MATLAB programs as simulation tools ✤✤ Discusses the most cost-effective technique for upgrading installed fiber optic communication systems READERSHIP: Engineers in the optical communications industry and integrated circuits industry, graduate students in electrical engineering and optics, and researchers in fiber optics, digital communications and high-speed integrated circuits

MAY 2011  350PP  978-0-470-27801-7  CL  £73.50  €95.90

Digital Filters

Principles and Applications with MATLAB

FRED J, TAYLOR & JON MELLOTT University of Florida, USA; The Athena Group, Inc, USA

✤✤ The book offers solution implementations for digital filter designers ✤✤ MATLAB files are included ✤✤ Each chapter includes a comprehensive design case study ✤✤ The solution implementations presented in this book is applicable to wide range of applications including communications, control, biomedicine, transportation, military, audio, video, security, entertainment, etc. READERSHIP: Digital signal processing practitioners, electrical device designers, mobile device designers, antenna/radar specialists, image/signal processing specialists

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SHELDON AXLER San Francisco State University, USA

✤✤ College Algebra and Trigonometry will appeal to those who want to give important topics more in-depth and higher-level coverage. ✤✤ This text offers a streamlined approach accompanied with accessible definitions across all chapters to allow for an easy-to-understand read. ✤✤ Containing prose that are precise, accurate and easy to read, with straightforward definitions of even the topics that are typically most difficult for readers. READERSHIP: Mathematics Students

JAN 2011  784PP  978-0-470-47081-7  PR  £113.00  €149.00

Discrete Numerical Modeling of Granular Materials FARANG RADJAI & FRÉDÉRIC DUBOIS Both of CNRS, France

✤✤ This original text compiles, in a single volume, the required concepts and methods for high-quality simulations of both simple and complex granular materials

Mathematics & Statistics

College Algebra and Trigonometry

✤✤ It is a new organization of material, together with topicality for a wide range of applications and new information (both technical and conceptual) only occasionally mentioned in regular papers ✤✤ This book brings together various methods and skills for particle-scale or discrete-element numerical simulation of granular media ✤✤ It covers a broad range of topics from basic concepts and methods towards more advanced aspects and technical details applicable to the current research on granular materials READERSHIP: Engineering students and researchers in the following fields; civil engineering, mining, powder technology, chemical engineering

FEB 2011  496PP  978-1-84821-260-2  CL  £130.00  €169.00

Maximum Likelihood Estimation and Inference With examples in R, SAS and ADMB

RUSSELL MILLAR University of Auckland, New Zealand

✤✤ Provides an accessible and practical introduction to likelihood modeling, supported by examples and software and is suitable for the applied scientist (unlike most of the books on the market) ✤✤ Adopts a practical approach, providing the relevant tools required for analyzing real data ✤✤ Features applications from a range of disciplines, including medicine, biology, and ecology ✤✤ Includes implementation of the methods in SAS – the most widely used statistical software package and supported by a website featuring SAS code and data sets READERSHIP: Applied scientists and researchers from a range of disciplines, including statistics, biology, ecology, and medicine, graduate students of statistics

APR 2011  384PP  978-0-470-09482-2  CL  £55.00  €71.90

An Introduction to Bootsrap Methods With Applications to R MICAHEL R. CHERNICK & ROBERT A. LABUDDE Lankenau Institute for Medical Research, USA; Least Cost Formulations, Ltd, USA

✤✤ The book includes a listing of the most extensive and detailed bootstrap bibliography available on the market, including more than 2,500 references ✤✤ Solutions to bootstrap failures are presented, such as finite populations and extreme values ✤✤ Historical notes at the end of each chapter, as well as extensive illustrations, charts and tables and showcased throughout the book ✤✤ Great care is given to craft smooth transitions amongst chapters and between sections. ✤✤ R subroutines are illustrated throughout the presentation and redeployed on an author-maintained web site, along with helpful hints to more than 300 exercises in the book READERSHIP: A textbook for courses in either resampling or the bootstrap at the advanced undergraduate and/or beginning graduate levels in departments of statistics, economics, engineering, and computer science; as a hands-on reference book on the subject matter for practitioners in industry

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Handbook of Monte Carlo Methods

Mathematics & Statistics

DIRK P. KROESE, THOMAS TAIMRE & ZDRAVKO I. BOTEV All of University of Queensland, Australia

✤✤ As MCM can be used in many ways for many different purposes, the book is organized as a collection of many small chapters and sections, each focusing on a separate topic or “recipe”, rather than following a strict mathematical development ✤✤ Theory is cross-referenced with other parts of the book where a related topic is discussed. It is illustrated with worked examples and/or pseudo-code, so that it is easy to implement in practice ✤✤ Accessible references to proofs and literature are provided through reference lists at the end of each section ✤✤ Tables, flowcharts, and figures are used for summarization, where appropriate READERSHIP: Applied statisticians, biostatisticians, biologists, practicing engineers, financial analysts, physicists, social scientists in the fields of survey methodology and government, computer scientists

FEB 2011  768PP  978-0-470-17793-8  CL  £96.95  €125.00

Dirichlet and Related Distributions Theory, Methods and Applications

KAI WANG NG, GUO-LIANG TIAN & MAN-LAI TANG University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong; University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong; Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong

✤✤ Provides a comprehensive review on inverted Dirichlet, Dirichlet-multinomial and generalized Dirichlet distributions (GDD). ✤✤ Introduces two new families of distributions (GDD and NDD) and looks at new applications of generalized DD in sample surveys. ✤✤ Expectation-maximization algorithm and data augmentation (DA) algorithm are presented to analyze incomplete categorical data by using GDD and NDD. ✤✤ Discusses methodologies with a wide range of applications including medical science biological science and social science. READERSHIP: Researchers and professionals in theoretical and applied statistics and biostatistics, researchers working in areas such as medical science, biological science and social science, pharmaceutical companies, experimental laboratories and survey companies and researchers involved in categorical data

MAY 2011  320PP  978-0-470-68819-9  CL  £65.00  €83.90

Statistics for Compensation A Practical Guide to Compensation Analysis

JOHN H. DAVIS Davis Consulting, USA

✤✤ This self-contained book is the first of its kind to present statistical methods in the field of human resources compensation, exploring the use of quantitative methods in the management, design, and implementation of powerful and successful compensation strategies ✤✤ The scope of coverage and writing style reflect the author’s experience and expertise teaching thousands of seminars and minicourses on practical statistics to compensation and human resources professionals ✤✤ Throughout the book, rigorous definitions, examples, and step-by-step procedures explain and demonstrate the relevance of key compensation terminology ✤✤ Various case studies demonstrate the topic’s real-world relevance, with all associated data sets are available on the book’s website READERSHIP: Compensation professionals, human resources professionals, and sales operations professionals responsible for any aspect of sales compensa­tion in their organization, including management, design and administration of sales compensation plans, communication and implementation of the sales compensation plans, the evaluation and analysis of sales compensation effectiveness

MAR 2011  460PP  978-0-470-94334-2  CL  £73.50  €95.90

Understanding Biostatistics ANDERS KÄLLÉN AstraZeneca R&D, Sweden

✤✤ Written from an interdisciplinary, industry based perspective ✤✤ Introduces statistics and medical science and how scientific methods use statistics ✤✤ Discusses the connections between the different aspects of biostatistics ✤✤ Provides an introduction to clinical trials and looks at the risk factors involved READERSHIP: Biostatisticians and researchers in the medical and pharmaceutical industry, graduate students of statistics and mathematics with interest in biostatistics

MAR 2011  384PP  978-0-470-66636-4  CL  £60.00  €77.90

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KUNG-JONG LUI San Diego State University, USA

✤✤ Provides a comprehensive discussion on fundamental topics in analyzing data for randomized clinical trial (RCT) with non compliance. ✤✤ Real-life examples are used throughout the book to explain the practical usefulness of test procedures and estimators. ✤✤ Looks at testing the equality, non-inferiority, and equivalence between two treatments based on the different. ✤✤ Exercises are featured at the end of each chapter and features a supporting website. READERSHIP: Postgraduate researchers, biostatisticians and clinicians working in pharmaceutical industries, biostatistics and medical statistics students

APR 2011  288PP  978-0-470-66095-9  CL  £65.00  €83.90

Analyzing the Large Numbers of Variables in Biomedical and Satellite Imagery PHILLIP I. GOOD Information Research, USA

Mathematics & Statistics

Binary Data Analysis of Randomized Clinical Trials with Noncompliance

✤✤ Fills a gap in the literature by discussing both the biological context as well as the specialized statistical methods needed to handle large arrays ✤✤ Acts as a practical guide for analyzing high dimensional data and also provides distributional free methods developed in the data mining community ✤✤ Features a list of available software with a detailed decryption of each package as well as an example of each that includes output and explanations of the various elements of the output READERSHIP: Statisticians, meteorologists, physicians, neurologists, and other biological research workers who utilize microarrays, EEGs, MRIs, PET scans, and satellite imagery; as a supplement to courses in data analysis, resampling methods, bootstrap methods, data mining, and decision trees, academic and corporate libraries

MAR 2011  224PP  978-0-470-92714-4  PR  £43.50  €55.90

Ramsey Theory 3rd Edition

RONALD L. GRAHAM, BRUCE L. ROTHSCHILD, JOEL H. SPENCER & JOZSEF SOLYMOSI AT&T Bell Laboratories, USA; University of California, USA; New York University, USA; University of British Columbia, USA

✤✤ Completely updated to reflect the substantial developments since the publication of the Second Edition this remains the only self-contained reference book for this very alive and active field of mathematics ✤✤ Contains a new chapter on Graph Ramsey as well as groundbreaking new results related to Ramsey Theory ✤✤ Includes more exercises intended to help the reader practice basic proof techniques ✤✤ Features a new website dedicated to providing online support for instructors using the book in a course. Recommended syllabi variants, additional exercises, and color graphics can be found online READERSHIP: Professional mathematicians working in discrete mathematics; upper- undergraduate or graduate-level students; academic libraries

MAY 2011  288PP  978-0-470-39185-3  CL  £63.50  €81.90

Short-Memory Linear Processes and Econometric Applications KAIRAT T. MYNBAEV Kazakh-British Technical University, Kazakjstan

✤✤ Focuses on econometric models with deterministic regressors and explains the value of deterministic variables when compared to polynomial trends ✤✤ Blends a series of high quality journal publications in asymptotic theory with new and up-to-date research, approaches, and tools in the area ✤✤ Explores asymptotic methods for time series models and provides a new approach to modeling various types of deterministic regressors ✤✤ Discusses slowly varying regressors and period trends for spatial models as well as linear and nonlinear models ✤✤ Contains many results in the field that are not widely known and also presents many new and novel results READERSHIP: Econometricians, probabilists, time series statisticians, graduate and PhD-level book for courses on probability theory, time series, and econometrics, academic libraries

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Mathematics & Statistics

Modern Statistical and Computing Methods for the Behavioral and Educational Sciences Using R ANDREW ZIEFFLER, JEFFREY HARRING & JEFFREY D. LONG University of Minnesota, USA; University of Maryland, USA; University of Minnesota, USA

✤✤ Modern methods of data analysis including nonparametric density plots, bootstrap tests, and bootstrap intervals are used throughout the book ✤✤ Explicit instructions for using R are provided, and computer code and output are interwoven throughout the book so that readers can see exactly how each analysis is carried out and how output is interpreted ✤✤ The book’s related website houses data sets, solutions to end-of-chapter problems, corresponding R code for worked examples in the book, as well as extensions ✤✤ Each chapter contains problems and questions that are data driven in order to promote interaction between statistical methods and ideas as well as computer application READERSHIP: Researchers who need a practical guide to modern data analytic and computational methods, undergraduate and first-year graduate students in statistical methods, especially in the educational and behavioral sciences, including developmental psychology, clinical psychology, educational & school psychology, special education, epidemiology, family social science, kinesiology, communication disorders, education policy and administration, etc.; academic libraries

MAY 2011  416PP  978-0-470-62169-1  CL  £73.50  €95.90

Functions Modeling Change A Preparation for Calculus 4th Edition International Student Version

ERIC CONNALLY & DEBORAH HUGHES-HALLETT Wellesley College, The University of Arizona

✤✤ A targeted introduction to precalculus that carefully balances concepts with procedures. ✤✤ This text is designed to provide a solid foundation to precalculus that focuses on a small number of key topics thereby emphasising depth of understanding rather than breath of coverage. ✤✤ Examples and problems based on real data assist students in creating mathematical models to help them understand their world. The problems are varied and some are more challenging. ✤✤ As multiple representations encourage students to reflect on the material, each function is presented symbolically, numerically, graphically and verbally (the Rule of Four). READERSHIP: First Year Mathematic Students

JAN 2011  288PP  978-0-470-91040-5  PR  £49.99  €65.90

An Introduction to Critical Thinking and Creativity: Think More, Think Better J. Y. F. LAU University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

✤✤ Emphasizes both theory and application. Numerous real-life examples are used to illustrate how theoretical principles can be applied in a concrete way ✤✤ Includes special content for science and social science readers since it includes extensive discussion of causal reasoning and statistical studies ✤✤ Both critical thinking and creativity are discussed in the context of a unified whole ✤✤ There are special topics on strategic thinking and cognitive biases, topics not normally found in books of this type. Psychology and cognitive science have in recent years revealed fascinating and practically relevant facts about these two heretofore mysterious areas READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate or beginning graduate level students studying critical thinking in departments of philosophy, science, and business/management, a supplemental book for similar level courses in logic, quick reference guide for lay readers interested in the topics of critical thinking and creativity as a unified whole

APR 2011  288PP  978-0-470-19509-3  PR  £46.95  €61.90

Optimization Modeling with Spreadsheets 2nd Edition

KENNETH R. BAKER Dartmouth College, USA

✤✤ Presents network models in a broad framework allowing for a more general form of mass balance and extending readers’ capability for recognizing and analyzing network problems ✤✤ Extensively classroom-tested at Dartmouth College in two courses over the past few years: a second-year elective for MBA students who have had previous exposure to optimization as well as a required course for engineering management students at the graduate level ✤✤ Provides a systematic introduction to Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) and a discussion on interpreting linear programming solutions via the indentification of patterns ✤✤ Supplemented with a related website that provides some solutions to exercises as well as more extensive and interactive spreadsheets

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READERSHIP: Modeling practitioners in business and non-profit sectors interested in self-education, anyone with some knowledge of Excel and modeling wishing to progress to the expert level, consulting companies that offer in-house training courses, upper-undergraduate and/or graduate level courses in deterministic models, optimization, spreadsheet modeling, quantitative methods, engineering management, engineering modeling, operations research, and management science

MAR 2011  537PP  978-0-470-92863-9  CL  £76.95  €99.90

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A Contemporary Approach 9th Edition International Student Version

GARY L. MUSSER, BLAKE E. PETERSON & WILLIAM F. BURGER Oregon State University, USA; Brigham Young University, USA; and Oregon State University, USA

✤✤ The text helps students develop a true understanding of central concepts using solid mathematical content in an accessible and appealing format. ✤✤ Students who use this text are motivated to learn mathematics. ✤✤ Students become more confident and are better able to appreciate the beauty and excitement of the mathematical world. READERSHIP: Mathematics Teachers

MAR 2011  1072PP  978-0-470-90318-6  PR  £49.99  €65.90

Nonparametric Tests VILIJANDAS BAGDONAVIÈUS, JULIUS KRUOPIS & MIKHAIL NIKULIN University Victor Segalen, Bordeaux 2, France

✤✤ Deals with testing hypotheses in non-parametric models

Mathematics & Statistics

Mathematics for Elementary Teachers

✤✤ Classical non-parametric tests (goodness-of-fit, homogeneity, randomness, independence) of complete data are considered ✤✤ Most of the test results are proved and real applications are illustrated using examples ✤✤ Theories and exercises are provided ✤✤ The incorrect use of many tests applying most statistical software is highlighted and discussed. READERSHIP: Undergraduate and postgraduate students in a variety of disciplines, from statistics and biostatistics to business, psychology, and the social sciences. Also suitable for those working in industry

NOV 2010  320PP  978-1-84821-269-5  CL  £83.50  €109.00

Basic Tools and Techniques for Improving Quality CHANG WOK KANG & PAUL H. KVAM Hanyang University, South Korea; Georgia Institute of Technology, USA

✤✤ Most modern – and some complicated – industrial process problems are discussed in an effort to showcase the wide variety of application ✤✤ The learning and implementation of many methods is made easy through the use of free (online and downloadable) software, which is menu-guided and similar in approach to a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet ✤✤ A “learning through examples” approach is utilized throughout the book ✤✤ The book is best used as an on-the-job manual or desk reference READERSHIP: Reference guide on the functional aspects of statistical quality control (SQC) and statistical process control (SPC) for applied statisticians, practitioners, and six sigma enthusiasts in engineering, technology, marketing and business; as a supplemental text for students in quality control courses at either the upper-undergraduate or beginning graduate levels

FEB 2011  288PP  978-0-470-88949-7  PR  £33.50  €43.90

Analyzing Quantitative Data An Introduction for Social Researchers

DEBRA WETCHER-HENDRICKS Moravian College, USA

✤✤ The non-linear organization of the book allows readers to access and comprehend information relevant to their particular projects or assignments without loss of continuity; though, great care has been taken to systematically transition from one section to another ✤✤ A related website features data sets, further instructional notes, and additional content. ✤✤ Numerous screen shots illustrate the presented the use of techniques in SPSS, and answers are provided to selected exercises. READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate or graduate students of sociology, psychology, statistics, education, public health, and government, a reference book for practicing statisticians involved in public service industries such as medicine, government, and education

MAY 2011  384PP  978-0-470-52683-5  CL  £73.50  €95.90

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Introduction to Linear Regression Analysis

Mathematics & Statistics

5th Edition

DOUGLAS C. MONTGOMERY, ELIZABETH A. PECK & G. GEOFFREY VINING Georgia Institute of Technology, USA; The Coca-Cola Company, USA; Virginia Polytechnic and State University, USA

✤✤ This Fifth Edition introduces and features the use of R and JMP software. SAS, S-Plus, and Minitab continue to be employed in this new edition, and the output from all of these packages can be found throughout the book. ✤✤ An accompanying FTP site contains data sets, extensive problem solutions, software hints, and Power Point slides. ✤✤ Two new chapters have been added on Regression for Time Series Data and Experimental Designs for Regression Models. ✤✤ Written by academics and field practitioners, this book presents a comprehensive and thoroughly up-todate look at regression analysis, the most widely used technique in statistics today READERSHIP: Statistical regression at the upper-undergraduate level, as a supplemental book for a year-long course in regression and analysis of variance or a one-term course in regression graphics; as a resource for statistical practitioners who want solid methodology but may not be well-versed in mathematical or quantitative statistics; and academic and corporate libraries

APR 2011  672PP  978-0-470-54281-1  CL  £83.50  €109.00

Cross Section and Experimental Data Analysis Using EViews I. GUSTI NGURAH AGUNG University of Indonesia, Indonesia

✤✤ Step-by-step directions on how to apply EViews to cross section data analysis - from multivariate analysis and nonlinear models to non-parametric regression ✤✤ Demonstrates that statistical summaries in the form of tabulations are invaluable inputs for strategic decision making ✤✤ Techniques are illustrated through practical examples from real situations ✤✤ Comes with supplementary material, including work-files containing selected equation and system specifications that have been applied in the book READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate and graduate students taking finance, econometrics, population, or public policy courses, applied policy researchers working with government agencies, decision makers and bureaucrats, policy-oriented researchers

JAN 2011  576PP  978-0-470-82842-7  CL  £80.00  €105.00

Reference Guide for Statistical Concepts, Definitions, and Terminology N. BALAKRISHNAN McMaster University, Canada

✤✤ Serves as an abridged complement to its more complete and comprehensive counterpart, The Encyclopedia of Statistical Sciences, Second Edition ✤✤ The author presents a unified collection of most of the key definitions, concepts, and terminology in the field ✤✤ There are more than 2500 entries, alphabetized and supported with proofs when necessary ✤✤ An editorial board of over a dozen prominent figures in the field was involved in the design and layout of the book and in the specific selection of topics READERSHIP: Students of statistics who want a handy reference guide to the field as they study topics in greater depth; researchers and applied statisticians who need reinforcing background information as they delve into new and emerging subject matter; libraries (educational, corporate, and private) as an inexpensive, but comprehensive resource guide

JUN 2011  544PP  978‐0‐470‐08341‐3  CL  £63.50  €81.90

General Theory of Coherent Lower Previsions MATTHIAS TROFFAES & GERT DE COOMAN Durham University, UK; Ghent University, Germany

✤✤ Illustrates ways in which the theory of Lower Previsions can be extended to cover a larger set of random quantities ✤✤ Highlights a crucial problem in the theory of imprecise probability and provides a detailed theory on how to resolve it ✤✤ Includes illustrative examples to support the understanding of the main concepts. ✤✤ Lays the foundations for increased practical work in applying the theory to a growing number of statistics, mathematics and engineering problems READERSHIP: Researchers and practitioners working in statistics, mathematics, engineering, artificial intelligence and decision theory, researchers and students interested in (imprecise) probabilities and unbounded quantities

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GUOYU LI China National Petroleum Corporation, China

✤✤ 110 full color maps of the world’s oil basins ✤✤ Detailed tables and stratigraphic columns ✤✤ Gives an overview of the current state and forecast for the worlds petroleum resources ✤✤ Gives an overview of every country’s petroleum industry ✤✤ As the only available reference to all the worlds oil and gas fields, is must have for every petroleum geologist READERSHIP: Academics in petroleum geology worldwide, practising petroleum geologists, engineers and others worldwide, energy consultants, planners, university libraries, oil company libraries

JAN 2011  496PP  978-0-470-65661-7  CL  £65.00  €83.90

Improving Natural Resource Management Ecological and Political Models

TIMOTHY HAAS University of Wisconsin, USA

✤✤ Looks at finding the optimum ecosystem management model ✤✤ Case studies are introduced and feature throughout the book ✤✤ Introduces influence diagrams and stochastic differential equations ✤✤ Supported by an accompanying website, featuring computer code and data used in the book, along with tutorials and solutions

Earth & Environmental Science

World Atlas of Oil and Gas Basins

READERSHIP: Ecosystem managers and social scientists, graduate students in the field of environmental science

MAR 2011  272PP  978-0-470-66113-0  CL  £55.00  €71.90

Urban Remote Sensing

Monitoring, Synthesis and Modeling in the Urban Environment

XIAOJUN YANG Florida State University, USA

✤✤ Only text to present a broad vision for urban remote sensing research that extends beyond urban feature extraction and into areas of urban socioeconomic and environmental analysis and predictive modeling or urbanization. ✤✤ Written by a highly respected group of interdisciplinary experts which will ensure it appeals to those dealing with not only GIS but also urban planning, geography, environmental management and global changes. ✤✤ Covers a mix of cutting edge techniques ✤✤ Full colour throughout READERSHIP: The only capital should be in the first word ‘Upper’. Rest should be lower case

APR 2011  408PP  978-0-470-74958-6  CL  £70.00  €83.90

Introduction to Geochemistry KULA MISRA University of Tennessee, Knoxville, United States

✤✤ Covers a broad range of topics that bear on the distribution and abundance of elements (and isotopes) in geologic systems on different scales as a result of chemical and isotopic reactions ✤✤ Develops relevant geochemical principles in a logical sequence and with an appropriate balance between qualitative reasoning and quantitative rigor ✤✤ Emphasizes the practical applications of geochemical principles to geological systems on different scales ✤✤ Helps the students develop problem-solving techniques through worked-out examples and a challenging problem set at the end of each chapter READERSHIP: Second and third year undergraduates in earth science departments

AUG 2011  640PP  978-1-4051-2142-2  PR  £37.50  €48.90

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PaleoBase: Deep Sea Benthic Foraminifera

Earth & Environmental Science / Engineering

ANN HOLBOURN & ANDREW HENDERSON Christian Albrechts, Universitat Kiel, Germany

✤✤ Approximately 350 foram genera. ✤✤ 1000 stunning high-resolution images, including SEMs. ✤✤ Fully searchable data on ecology, range, synonomy, biogeography, etc. ✤✤ Full references. READERSHIP: Professional Micropaleontologists; Researchers; Students of Micropalaeontology

MAY 2011  100PP  978-1-4051-0303-9  DVD  £200.00  €289.00

Quaternary Carbonate and Evaporite Sedimentary Facies and Their Ancient Analogues A Tribute to Douglas James Shearman (Special Publication 43 of the IAS)

CHRISTOPHER G. ST C. KENDALL & ABDULRAHMAN ALSHARHAN University of South Carolina; United Arab Emirates University

✤✤ The Special Publications are a set of thematic volumes edited by specialists on subjects of central interest to sedimentologists. Papers are reviewed and printed (in full color) to the same high standards as those published in Sedimentology, and several of these volumes have become standard works of reference. The book are read by researchers, advanced students and practicing sedimentologists worldwide SERIES: INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF SEDIMENTOLOGISTS

DEC 2010  484PP  978-1-4443-3910-9  CL  £75.00  €97.90

The Wiley-Blackwell Companion to Human Geography JOHN AGNEW & JAMES S. DUNCAN University of California, USA

✤✤ An indispensable overview of the field of human geography ✤✤ Provides an up-to-date, authoritative synthesis of the discipline of human geography, unparalleled in scope ✤✤ Edited and written by the world’s leading authorities in the discipline ✤✤ Divided into three major sections: Foundations (the history of human geography from Ancient Greece to the late nineteenth century); The Classics (the roots of modern human geography); Contemporary Approaches (current issues and themes in human geography) ✤✤ Each contemporary issue is examined by two contributors offering distinctive perspectives on the same theme READERSHIP: Students and researchers in human geography, in particular in the history and philosophy of geography, and geographic thought, but with a strong appeal across human geography as a whole, as well as urban studies, sociology, and anthropology. Comprehensive guide to human geography for researchers in physical geography, environmental studies, and earth science.

APR 2011  616PP  978-1-4051-8989-7  CL  £110.00  €142.00

Basic Helicopter Aerodynamics 3rd Edition

JOHN M. SEDDON, SIMON NEWMAN & BARBARA SEDDON Formerly Ministry of Defence, UK; Southampton University, UK

✤✤ Provides an introductory level treatment to the aerodynamics of helicopter flight, avoiding the lengthy mathematical treatment of some textbooks ✤✤ Includes new material on blade dynamics (lagging and ground resonance), blade tip design, UAV/MAV applications, flow characteristics surrounding the rotor in forward flight, tail rotors, and brown-out/ whiteout, blade sailing and shipborne operations ✤✤ Accompanied by a website that contains all the calculation files used in the book as well as problems, solutions and powerpoint slides

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JUN 2011  224pp  978-0-470-66501-5  cl  £55.00  €71.90

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4th Edition

PETER P. FORTESCUE, GRAHAM G. SWINERD & JOHN J. STARK Southampton University, UK; University of Southampton, UK; Queen Mary & Westfield College, UK

✤✤ Updated edition of this bestselling and well-established introductory guide to the engineering of spacecraft for students and engineers alike ✤✤ Provides balanced and comprehensive coverage of the different and diverse areas of engineering required in the design and implementation of spacecraft and space missions ✤✤ Includes major revisions to the chapters on launch vehicles, structures, ground stations and mechanisms, and a new chapter on assembly, integration and test ✤✤ Unique in its approach that is rooted in and reflects the new developments in European space technology, which continues to mature at a rapid speed

Engineering

Spacecraft Systems Engineering

READERSHIP: Students and researchers in aerospace/ astronautical engineering, practising engineers including spacecraft component or equipment designers and users of spacecraft in telecommunications and broadcasting

JUN 2011  752pp  978-0-470-75012-4  cl  £45.00  €57.90

Analysis of Structures

An Introduction Including Numerical Methods

ANTONY WAAS & JOE EISLEY University of Michigan, USA; University of Michigan, USA

✤✤ Provides a fresh, practical perspective to the teaching of structural analysis using numerical methods for obtaining answers to real engineering applications ✤✤ Proposes a new way of introducing students to the subject of stress and deformation analysis of solid objects that are used in a wide variety of contemporary engineering applications ✤✤ Casts axial, torsional and bending deformations of thin walled objects in a framework that is closely amenable to the methods by which modern stress analysis software operates. ✤✤ Accompanied by a book companion website housing exercises and examples that use modern software which generates color contour plots of deformation and internal stress. READERSHIP: Senior level and graduate students studying courses in stress and deformation analysis as part of aerospace, mechanical and civil engineering degrees, practicing engineers who want to re-train or re-engineer their set of analysis tools for contemporary stress and deformation analysis of solids and structures, as well as students of biomedical, naval and marine engineering

JUN 2011  800pp  978-0-470-97762-0  cl  £65.00  €83.90

Biomedical Devices and Technology HUA LEE & MARTIN CULJAT UC Santa Barbara, USA; UC Santa Barbara, USA

✤✤ This book offers an entry-level, comprehensive view of the Biomedical Devices field with cutting edge technical content ✤✤ Encompasses the key areas of mathematics, physics, chemistry, and biology within Biomedical Device engineering. ✤✤ Includes a comprehensive 15 chapters, all prepared by top faculty members at the UCLA School of Medicine ✤✤ Covers devices and systems in diagnostic, surgical, and implant procedures READERSHIP: Students in freshman year seminars/introductory Biomedical Engineering courses

JUN 2011  500pp  978-0-470-54918-6  cl  £93.50  €122.00

Methods and Applications of Statistics in Engineering, Quality Control, and the Physical Sciences N. BALAKRISHNAN, CAMPBELL B. READ, BRANI VIDAKOVIC, SAMUEL KOTZ & NORMAN L. JOHNSON McMaster University, USA; Southern Methodist University, USA; Georgia Institute of Technology, USA; Temple University, USA; University of North Carolina; University of North Carolina, USA

✤✤ The book employs the breadth of coverage from the Encyclopedia of Statistical Sciences, Second Edition (ESS2e) to present a specific focus on the application of statistical methods to research data in the fields of engineering, quality control, and the physical sciences. ✤✤ Recognized literature is combined with modern research, as the volume features both established ESS 2e articles and newly-acquired contributions from over 100 leading experts in academia and industry. ✤✤ The presented contributions delve into quantitative methods, their application to research, and, where applicable, modern and cutting-edge approaches in engineering, quality control, and the physical sciences. ✤✤ This volume provides a realistic alternative to the individual user who would like a quick, concise reference containing encyclopedic information that pertains to their specific research interests and needs. READERSHIP: Students, academics, and researchers in the fields of engineering, quality control, operations research, chemistry, physics and the related client disciplines who would like to expand their knowledge of statistical applications to their area of practice

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Advanced Dynamics

Engineering

Rigid Body, Multibody, and Aerospace Applications

REZA N JAZAR Manhattan College, USA

✤✤ The only book that bridges the gap between rigid body, multibody, and spacecraft dynamics for graduate students and specialists in mechanical and aerospace engineering ✤✤ Coverage of special applications highlight the different aspects of dynamics and provide understanding of advanced systems across all related disciplines ✤✤ The author presents the material using his own theory of differentiation in different coordinate frames which allows for better understanding and application by students and professionals ✤✤ Detailed solutions manual and powerpoint slides available READERSHIP: Senior undergraduate and first year graduate level students in programs of mechanical and aerospace engineering or mechanics, in courses of advanced rigid body dynamics, advanced dynamics, or multibody dynamics, professional mechanical and aerospace engineers as a refresher and reference

MAR 2011  1368pp  978-0-470-39835-7  cl  £100.00  €129.00

Making Sense of Agile Project Management Balancing Control and Agility

Charles G. Cobb Breakthrough Solutions, Inc., USA

✤✤ Focuses on how agile project management fits with other more traditional project management models to provide a more effective strategy ✤✤ Includes many cases taken from real-world companies illustrating good and bad agile implementation. ✤✤ Coverage is balanced and objective with discussion of both agile and non-agile methodologies READERSHIP: Project managers, heads of PMO departments, members of PMI and other project management related organizations as well as training companies and PMI REPs targeting these individuals, business managers and leaders who need to better understand how agile can fit within the overall business strategy

FEB 2011  280pp  978-0-470-94336-6  pr  £36.99  €47.90

Introduction to Finite Element Analysis Formulation, Verification and Validation

BARNA SZABÓ & IVO BABUSKA Washington University, USA; The University of Texas, USA

✤✤ Delivers the basic working knowledge of the finite element method ✤✤ Presents a systematic treatment of verification procedures illustrated by examples and hands on exercises ✤✤ Provides an introductory treatment of the concept of validation ✤✤ Over 400 parameter-controlled examples of solved problems are included with a professional quality software product made available to the reader via a companion website READERSHIP: Graduate students in mechanical and civil engineering and applied mathematics, aerospace engineers, engineers who use finite element methods, managers who are responsible for the quality of computed information, CAE software developers

MAR 2011  352pp  978-0-470-97728-6  cl  £65.00  €83.90

The Automotive Body Manufacturing Systems and Processes MOHAMMED A OMAR Clemson University, USA

✤✤ Provides a unique, detailed coverage of the automotive manufacturing processes that discusses all the scientific (theory) and procedural aspects of each process. ✤✤ Covers the issue of automotive stampings approval and dimensional verifications for the first time through introducing the Functional Build and event-based functional build concepts; in addition to the hard and soft fixtures utilization. ✤✤ Delivers cost modeling schemes for the major automotive body panels and exposes the interaction between the automotive materials and its fabrication strategies. ✤✤ Introduces the current automotive manufacturing process, its enabling technologies, and its inherent limitations. It also addresses future technologies that enable green, flexible manufacturing.

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FEB 2011  368pp  978-0-470-97633-3  cl  £75.00  €97.90

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Chris Mi, Abul Masrur & David Gao University of Michigan-Dearborn, USA; US Army RDECOM-TARDEC, USA; Tennessee Tech University, USA

✤✤ Contains core fundamentals and principles of modern hybrid vehicles at component level and system level ✤✤ Covers new developments in the field including electronic CVT, plug-in hybrid, and new power converters and controls. ✤✤ Designed to help a new generation of engineers needing to master the principles of and further advance hybrid vehicle technology ✤✤ Provides pedagogical features to facilitate the understanding of underlying principles; for example, problems indicating some specific design situations, home work problems, and computer simulation case studies housed on an accompanying website

Engineering

Hybrid Electric Vehicles

READERSHIP: Practising engineers in the automotive industry, as well as those working in plug-in, hydraulic, off-road, nonautomotive applications including ships and aircraft. Also graduate and postgraduate students and researchers within automotive engineering

JUN 2011  480pp  978-0-470-74773-5  cl  £75.00  €97.90

Hilbert Transform Applications in Mechanical Vibration MICHAEL FELDMAN Technion, Israel

✤✤ Addresses the recent advances in research and applications of the modern Hilbert transform to vibration engineering ✤✤ Presents a methodology and examples of nonstationary vibration signal analysis and nonlinear mechanical system identification for development of adequate mathematical models of tested vibration structures ✤✤ Broken down logically into three parts covering the basis of the transform through to its application in signal and system analysis ✤✤ Accompanied by a website featuring Matlab codes, signals and system examples READERSHIP: Professional engineers and researchers in divisions and laboratories for vibration measurements, dynamic testing, modal analysis and condition monitoring, graduate and senior students of signal processing, mechanical vibration, structural dynamics, and structural health monitoring

MAR 2011  304pp  978-0-470-97827-6  cl  £90.00  €119.00

Optical Design of Solids Level Set Methods and Implicit Models

M. Y. Wang Chinese University, Hong Kong

✤✤ Presents the material in a way that is accessible to both newcomers and current researchers in the field ✤✤ Provides an up-to-date review of the latest research in the field of structural optimization ✤✤ Goes over critical comparison of various numerical methods ✤✤ Includes examples to illustrate the core concepts and ideas ✤✤ Offers MATLAB code with detailed explanation on its implementation READERSHIP: Post-graduate students and researchers in the areas of mechanical engineering, solid mechanics, mathematical sciences, optimization, design, industrial engineering, civil engineering, precision engineering, computer science, and computer graphics; can be used to supplement courses in mechanical engineering, engineering mechanics, applied mathematics and structural optimization; design project managers, structural engineers, design engineers, and engineering analysis specialists within the structural or material design sections of companies, including automotive, aerospace, and civil industries. Examples include General Motors, Eastman-Kodak, Boeing, Pratt & Whitney, and Applied Materials

MAR 2011  416pp  978-0-470-82564-8  cl  £110.00  €142.00

An Introduction to Practical Formal Methods Using Temporal Logic Michael Fisher University of Liverpool, UK

✤✤ Systematic introduction to temporal logic and its application in the development and analysis of reliable computational software systems ✤✤ Analyses how temporal logic ensures the accuracy and reliability of a range of engineering applications in the areas of robotics, railway signalling, hardware design, ubiquitous computing, intelligent agents, and information security ✤✤ Demonstrates how temporal logic can be used to specify a variety of computational systems ✤✤ Presents exercises and pointers to further study in each chapter, as well as an accompanying website providing links to additional systems based upon temporal logic READERSHIP: Senior undergraduate and graduate students taking courses on formal methods in the fields of engineering, computer science, artificial intelligence and information systems, practitioners and researchers working on verification, specification and development of advanced safety-critical software systems

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Spacecraft Systems Engineering

Engineering / Construction

4th Edition

PETER FORTESCUE, GRAHAM SWINERD & JOHN STARK Southampton University, UK; Southampton University, UK; Queen Mary and Westfield College, UK

✤✤ Updated edition of this bestselling and well-established introductory guide to the engineering of spacecraft for students and engineers alike ✤✤ Provides balanced and comprehensive coverage of the different and diverse areas of engineering required in the design and implementation of spacecraft and space missions ✤✤ Includes major revisions to the chapters on launch vehicles, structures, ground stations and mechanisms, and a new chapter on assembly, integration and test ✤✤ Unique in its approach that is rooted in and reflects the new developments in European space technology, which continues to mature at a rapid speed READERSHIP: Students and researchers in aerospace/ astronautical engineering, practising engineers including spacecraft component or equipment designers and users of spacecraft in telecommunications and broadcasting

JUN 2011  752pp  978-0-470-75012-4  cl  £45.00  €57.90

Methods and Applications of Statistics in Engineering, Quality Control, and the Physical Sciences N. BALAKRISHNAN, Campbell B. Read, Brani Vidakovic, Samuel Kotz & Norman L. Johnson McMaster University, Canada; Southern Methodist University, USA; Georgia Institute of Technology, USA; Temple University, USA; University of North Carolina, USA

✤✤ The book employs the breadth of coverage from the Encyclopedia of Statistical Sciences, Second Edition (ESS2e) to present a specific focus on the application of statistical methods to research data in the fields of engineering, quality control, and the physical sciences ✤✤ Recognized literature is combined with modern research, as the volume features both established ESS 2e articles and newly-acquired contributions from over 100 leading experts in academia and industry ✤✤ The presented contributions delve into quantitative methods, their application to research, and, where applicable, modern and cutting-edge approaches in engineering, quality control, and the physical sciences ✤✤ This volume provides a realistic alternative to the individual user who would like a quick, concise reference containing encyclopedic information that pertains to their specific research interests and needs READERSHIP: Students, academics, and researchers in the fields of engineering, quality control, operations research, chemistry, physics and the related client disciplines who would like to expand their knowledge of statistical applications to their area of practice

FEB 2011  720pp  978-0-470-40508-6  cl  £130.00  €169.00

Architectural Design and Regulation ROB IMRIE & EMMA STREET King’s College London, UK; King’s College London, UK

✤✤ First scholarly text about building regulations and building control ✤✤ Analysis of policy and practice across a range of countries, including the UK, the USA, and New Zealand ✤✤ Uses comparative case studies ✤✤ Discusses practical and policy relevant ideas READERSHIP: University researchers and MSc students in architecture and planning, government researchers/policy advisors in planning and housing, statutory bodies and local authorities who formulate and enforce regulations

FEB 2011  368pp  978-1-4051-7966-9  cl  £65.00  €83.90

Barry’s Introduction to Construction of Buildings and Advanced Construction of Buildings Bundle Stephen Emmitt & Christopher Gorse Loughborough University, UK; Leeds Metropolitan University, UK

✤✤ These books provide an authoritative, well established, comprehensive, practical and highly illustrated guide to construction practice ✤✤ Text is concise and supplemented with comprehensive illustrations, photographs and a supporting website. Includes references to all relevant Building and Construction Regulations. ✤✤ Everything a student needs to understand the design, technology, site assembly and environmental issues related to domestic and larger-scale buildings (including residential, commercial and industrial buildings constructed with load bearing frames) ✤✤ Both volumes thoroughly updated, with particular attention paid to illustrations, with the addition of many more photographs

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JAN 2010  1360pp  978-1-4443-3576-7  pr  £45.00  €57.90

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Michael Rowlinson Alway Associates, UK

✤✤ A practical guide to the application of the procedures contained in the NEC Engineering and Construction Contracts ✤✤ Written specifically for people actually using and administering the NEC contracts – rather than lawyers ✤✤ Covers all the variations created by the Main and Secondary Options ✤✤ Reviews all the other contracts available within the NEC3 suite READERSHIP: Construction industry professionals working for Employers, Main Contractors, Project Managers, Subcontractors and Specialist Contractors

Construction

Practical Guide to the NEC3 Engineering and Construction Contract

MAR 2011  328pp  978-1-4443-3688-7  cl  £65.00  €83.90

An Introduction to Fire Dynamics 3rd Edition

Dougal Drysdale University of Edinburgh, UK

✤✤ A new edition of the leading introduction to the science of fire phenomena, complete with the latest research, data and additional problems ✤✤ After 21 years as a bestseller, Dougal Drysdale’s classic introduction has been brought up-to-date with the latest data and research in a third edition. ✤✤ Features numerical problems with answers illustrating the quantitative applications of the concepts presented. ✤✤ Includes quantitative experimental data regarding material properties. READERSHIP: Graduate and some undergraduate courses in fire safety engineering as well as fire prevention officers and companies involved in fire safety

JUN 2011  512pp  978-0-470-31903-1  pr  £50.00  €65.90

Precast Concrete Structures Hubert bACHMANN & Alfred Steinle Ed. Zublin AG, Germany; Ed. Zublin AG, Germany

✤✤ Provides a comprehensive insight into precast concrete construction today, preparing the way for the costeffective use of concrete precast construction and for its further development ✤✤ Gives the reader an insight into load-bearing elements and facades ✤✤ Reinforcing systems are dealt with, and connecting elements and specific static-constructive problems are explained in detail, as are the requirements of the European domestic market ✤✤ The description of the precast concrete section manufacturing process provides the reader with the necessary understanding of the individual characteristics of this industrialized method of building READERSHIP: Civil engineers, engineering consultants, test engineers, architects, technical colleges, universities of applied sciences, libraries at universities, company libraries

APR 2011  280pp  978-3-433-02960-2  cl  £65.00  €79.00

Willis’s Elements of Quantity Surveying 11th Edition

Sandra Lee Davis Langdon LLP, UAE

✤✤ First published in 1935, has been used by many generations of quantity surveyors and lecturers ✤✤ New edition fully updated to include the RICS new rules of measurement (NRM) ✤✤ Many examples updated to reflect current QS practice ✤✤ Revisers have extensive experience of teaching the subject through College of Estate Management courses READERSHIP: 1st/2nd year undergraduate students of quantity surveying in the UK and Singapore/Malaysia, Hong Kong, South Africa, Australia, etc

APR 2011  368pp  978-1-4443-3500-2  pr  £28.99  €35.90

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Construction

Recommendations for Design and Analysis of Earth Structures using Geosynthetic Reinforcements – EBGEO Deutsche Gesellschaft für Geotechnik e.V. (ed.), Germany

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Paul Rosenberg USA

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Audel Questions and Answers for Electrician’s Examinations 15th Edition

Paul Rosenberg USA

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Andrea Colantonio & Tim Dixon LSE Cities, UK; Oxford Institute of Sustainable Development, UK

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Making Sense of Construction Improvement STUART D. GREEN University of Reading, UK

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Basic Structures, 2nd Edition PHILIP GARRISON Leeds Metropolitan University, UK

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22

ABAD, GONZALO

120

Aberration-Corrected Analytical Electron Microscopy

111

Accounting Principles

22

Advanced Calculations for Defects in Materials

110

Advanced Dynamics

136

Advanced Frequency Synthesis

112

ADVANCED LIFE SUPPORT GROUP 49 Advanced Materials for Energy Conversion II

102

Advanced Nonimaging/ Illumination Optics

121 49

Advances in Bioceramics and Biotechnologies

99

Advances in Chiroptical Methods

78

Advances in Electroceramic Materials II Advances in Enzymology and Related Areas of Molecular Biology Advances in Malignant Hematology

125 101

Aerosol Measurement After Globalization After the Fall Agents and Their Actions AGNEW, JOHN AGUNG, I. GUSTI NGURAH

BAPTISTE, SUE

53

Bipolar Psychopharmacotherapy

44

83

BARCHAS, JACK D.

61

BLACKBUN, SIMON

42

Anion Coordination Chemistry

86

BARKIN, J. SAMUEL

20

BARLOW, JOS

65

Blackwell Companion to Christian Ethics, The

7

BARNES, TIMOTHY

29

Blackwell Companion to Paul, The

7

Annual Plant Reviews, Volume 43 Biology of Plant Metabolomics

63

ANSLYN, ERIC V.

93

ANSTEE, DAVID J.

46

Antenna Design for Mobile Devices 122 Antiviral Drug Strategies

86

ANWAR, SARA

94

APOTHEKER, JAN

88

Applications of Microdialysis in Pharmaceutical Science Applications of Toxicogenomics in Safety Evaluation and Risk Assessment Applied Intelligent Control of Induction Motor Drives

81 46

107 79 9 8 5

123 86

79 114

APPOLD, KENNETH G.

6

Architect’s Brain, The

14

Architectural Design and Regulation

Advances in Materials Science for Environmental and Nuclear Technology 101 ADVINCULA, RIGOBERTO C.

50

Application Threat Modeling

Advanced Paediatric Life Support

Advances in Electrically Small Antennas

ANCHETA, RUTH ANCHEYTA JORGE

138

ARPE, HANS-JÜRGEN

76, 90

ARTHUR, JOHN W.

115

ARYA, MANIT

50

ASHFORD, NORMAN J.

140

Assertive Outreach in Mental Healthcare

52

AST Handbook of Transplant Infections, The

46

ASTHANA, RAJIV

105

Atlas of Comparative Diagnostic and Experimental Hematology

58

22, 134

Atlas of Living Cell Cultures

61

132

Atomic Layer Deposition of Nanostructured Materials

109

BARON, PAUL A.

79

BARONE, VINCENZO

96

BARR, RONALD J.

48

Barry’s Introduction to Construction of Buildings and Advanced Construction of Buildings Bundle BARSYTE, DALIA

84

BARTLETT, JENNIFER

17

Basic Helicopter Aerodynamics

134

Basic Structures

141

Basic Tools and Techniques for Improving Quality

89

BASKER, ROBIN

55

BAUMAN, ZYGMUNT

18

BAUR, MICHAEL

ALKAUSKAS, AUDRIUS AL-MAJED ALSHARHAN, ABDULRAHMAN American Letters

110 94 134 32

Analysis of Structures

135

Analyzing Quantitative Data

131

Analyzing the Large Numbers of Variables in Biomedical and Satellite Imagery

129

ANASTAS, PAUL T.

89

Anatomy at a Glance

42

43

BOVERHOF, DARRELL R.

79

BOWMAN-JAMES, KRISTIN

86

BRADLEY, JOHN R.

41

BRADY, WILLIAM J.

49

Branching Random Walks in Nonhomogenous Environments 111 Brief History of Justice, A

2

Brief History of the Soul, A

2 105

BROBERG, JAMES

116

BENDER, ANDREAS

70

BROCK, IAN

111

BENDER, ROMAN

101, 105

BRODY, AARON L.

67

BENDIXEN, ALFRED

11

BROGDEN, KIM

56

BENNARDO, GIOVANNI

21

BRONDO, KERI VACANTI

BEROVA, NINA

78

BROOK, MARK

118

81

BROOK, MARK V.

122

BROWN, ELLIOTT R.

122

125

21

BROWN, RICHARD

10

BRUNET, JÖRG

65

BRYDSON, RIK

111

93

BACHMANN, HUBERT

139

BAER, ALEXANDER B.

49

BAGDONAVIÈUS, VILIJANDAS

131

BAHGAT, GAWDAT

114

104

Bio-Glasses

103

Bioinorganic Chemistry of Chromium, The

112 119

Biomimetic Organic Synthesis

BAKER, KENNETH R.

130

Biophysico-Chemical Processes of Anthropogenic Organic Compounds in Environmental Systems

108 99

Biosensor Nanomaterials

79

BUCHENAU, JURGEN

28

BUEHRER, MICHAEL

70, 82

Biomarkers for Antioxidant Defense and Oxidative Damage

BAJENESCU, TITU

BUBERT, HENNING

BUDSON, ANDREW E.

Biodegradable Polymers in Clinical Use and Clinical Development

BAILEY, DONALD G.

132, 136, 138

129

Biocatalysis for Green Chemistry and Chemical Process Development 71, 83

Biomedical Devices and Technology

BANSAL, NAROTTAM P.

67

BOUTROS, NASH

13

136

BANERJEE, IPSITA A.

BOURLAKIS, MICHAEL

Binary Data Analysis of Randomized Clinical Trials with Noncompliance

85

BALAKRISHNAN, N.

41

BILTEREYST, DANIEL

127

BÄCKVALL, JAN-ERLING

128

140

AXLER, SHELDON

BABUSKA, IVO

BOTEV, ZDRAVKO I. BOURKE, STEPHEN J.

33

136

3

51

51

Automotive Body Manufacturing Systems and Processes, The

ALEXANDRA, ANDREW

73

BOOTH, JO

BROWN, REBECCA M.

52

62

BOONS, GEERT-JAN

BROWN, KATE

AL-AHMAD, AMIN

ALDINI GIANCARLO

97

87

107

AZZOPARDI, BARRY

100

86

AUSTRIA

45

BOCCACCINI, ALSO BOLON, BRAD

BILENSOY, EREM

48

Alcohol, Drugs and Medication in Pregnancy

37

BIANCHI, ANTONIO

AL-ABBADI, MOUSA A.

55

96

BLAYLOCK, DANIELLE L.

BRILLAS, ENRIC

68

AL-ANI, ZIAD

BLAISE, PAUL

52

BEST, STEVEN R.

44

56

57

BESENHARD, J. O.

AKISKAL, HAGOP S.

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

BEHEIRY, SALWA

17

Audel Questions and Answers for Electrician’s Examinations

119

30

BEAL, MATTHEW W.

68

91

6

BAZU, MARIUS

ATTOKARAN, MATTHEW

AKIBA, KIN-YA

102

BAYS, DANIEL H.

AUBENAS, FLORENCE

140

4

BAUTISTA, RENATO G.

50

Audel Guide to the 2011 National Electrical Code

71, 83

BASILE, ANGELO

20

140

131

Basics of Troubleshooting in Plastics Processing

AHMED, HASHIM UDDIN

Airport Engineering

60

BART, HANS-JÖRG

AHEARN, LAURA

AHMED JASIM

138

Blackwell History of the Latin Language, The

62 135 82

Building Brains

108

39 124 63

BURGER, WILLIAM F.

131

BURNS, GRAHAM P.

41

BURNS, TONY

41

BURRELL, DAVID B.

8

BURROUGHS, ANDREW

45

BURTON, MARK

35

BUTT, MARK

75

Index

AALBERS, MANUEL B.

97

BUYYA, RAJKIMAR

116

CAFAGGI, FABRIZIO

24

CALNE, SIR ROY

41

145

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CALOZ, CHRISTOPHE

115

CALVERT, SANDRA L.

16

CAMINADE, ANNE-MARIE

78, 97

Cancer Epigenetics

48

CANTOT, PASCAL

120

CAPALDI, NICHOLAS

24

Carbohydrate Recognition

73

52

CARROLL, JOHN J.

94

CARUSO, JOE

79

Castells and the Media

14 69, 80 37 9

CCPS Cellulose Based Composites

84 98, 103

Ceramic Integration and Joining Technologies

100

Challenge of Transnational Private Regulation, The

24

CHAN, TZE-FUN CHANDON, RAMESH C.

35 114 68

CHANDRA, DHANESH

102

Changing Difference

18

Computational Intelligence Approach to Wireless Sensor Networks, A

Cloud Computing Principles and Paradigms

116

COBB, CHARLES G.

136

Coercive Treatment in Psychiatry COGGINS, RICHARD

43 7 34

Collateral Damage College Algebra and Trigonometry

141 18 127

73

125

Computational Spectroscopy

96

Concise Companion to Milton, A

10

CONNALLY, ERIC

130

65

Dermatopathology

48

Constantine

29

DERRICKSON, BRYAN H.

59

CONSTANTINESCU, GHEORGHE

57 27

Design, Development, and Applications of Engineering Ceramics and Composites

100 112 117

Contemporary America

26

Contemporary Global Economy, The

26

Design for Embedded Image Processing on FPGAs

Contemporary Politics in the Middle East

25

Design of Smart Power Grid Renewable Energy Systems

Contraception

47

COPLAN, ROBERT J.

37

COREY, E. J.

76

124

Community Ecology Companion Animal Zoonoses

66 58

Companion to Alfred Hitchcock, A 13 Companion to Asian Art and Architecture, A

33

Companion to Catullus, A

31

Companion to Charles Dickens, A

11

Companion to Classical Receptions, A

31

Corrosion Resistance of Aluminium and Aluminium Alloys 101, 105 Cost-Contained Regulatory Compliance

73

COX, W. MILES

38

CRISTOBAL, GABRIEL

121, 124

Critical Care Nursing

51 35

Companion to Cognitive Anthropology, A

21

Critical Community Psychology

Companion to Franklin D. Roosevelt, A

28

Cross Section and Experimental Data Analysis Using EViews

Companion to Greek and Roman Historiography, A

CROUCH, COLIN

25

Companion to Greek Mythology, A 30

CULJAT, MARTIN

135

Companion to Hegel, A

Cult Cinema

90

Companion to Latina/o Studies, A

13

Cyclodextrins in Pharmaceutics, Cosmetics, and Biomedicine

Companion to Maritime Economics, The

Companion to Roman Religion, A

31

DAFX

11

Dairy Ingredients for Food Processing

75

Companion to Satire, A

98

Companion to Schopenhauer, A Companion to the American Novel, A

Chemosensors

93

CHEN, REUVEN

110

CHENEY, PATRICK

10

CHEREMISINOFF, NICHOLAS P.

77

CHERNICK, MICAHEL R. Children and Social Exclusion CHONG, CHONG TOW Christianity in China CHU, PONG P.

127

21

Companion to the Anthropology of the Body and Embodiment, A

21

Companion to the History of the English Language, A

10

120

Companion to the Punic Wars, A

30

115

CIXOUS, HÉLÈNE

2

Climate Change and Society

Companion to the Anthropology of Education, A

12

66

CLARE, ALEXIS

11

38

CIESLA, WILLIAM

CLACKSON, JAMES

4

Companion to the Literature and Culture of the American West, A

6

30 103 19

CZARKOWSKI, DARIUSZ

11

Chemical Marine Monitoring

77

23

Companion to Poetic Genre, A

Chemical Element, The

Chemistry of Hydroxylamines, Oximes and Hydroxamic Acids, The

132

30

4

Companion to the Roman Army, A 31 Comparative Pharmacokinetics Compiler Construction Using Java, JavaCC, and Yacc Complex Macromolecular Architectures

59 118

DALTON, DAVID R.

Comprehensive Chromatography in Combination with Mass Spectrometry 72, 85

12 9 87 117 123 68 77, 92 81

DAVENPORT, JOHN

55

DAVEY, GRAHAM C. L.

34

DAVIES, DAVID

4

DAVIS, CHARLES E.

22

DAVIS, ELIZABETH B.

22

DAVIS, FRANK

109

DAVIS, JOHN H.

128

DAVISON, MARK

73

DAVLETSHIN, ANTON

77

DE BRUIJN, FRANS J. DE CLERCQ, ERIK

DE GAYNESFORD, MAXIMILIAN DE MENIL, GEORGES DE MORI, RENATO

78, 97

DESOMBRE, ELIZABETH

20

Developments in Data Storage

120

Dictionary of Scientific Principles

75

DIECKMANN, THORSTEN

81

Dietary Supplements and Functional Foods

54

DIFEDE, JOANN

61

Digital Communications

113

Digital Filters

126

Dirichlet and Related Distributions

128

Discrete Numerical Modeling of Granular Materials

127

Dissent in Organizations Divine Illumination

15 8

DIXON, TIM

140

DOGAN, FATIH

100

DOMB, ABRAHAM J.

104

DONALD, ANNA

43

DONALDSON, MALCOLM D.C.

45

DONNELLY, CATHERINE

60

DOOLEY, JAMES S. Doubly Fed Induction Machine

DANIEL, CLAUS

DE COOMAN, GERT 93

110

Dendrimers

Colonial America

Communications, Radar and Electronic Warfare

78, 97

Conservation of Tropical Birds

CHATTOPADHYAY, SHITAL K.

79

DELAVAUX-NICOT, BEATRICE

52

118

62

38

CUNNINGHAM, VALENTINE

Chemical Analysis of Chemical Warfare Degradation Products

123

CONRAD, CHERYL D.

10

60

110

DEISS, THOMAS

Demon and the Quantum, The

Companion to James Joyce, A

Cheese and Microbes

DEÁK, P.

COLLINS, MARY

Commercial Power Systems Engineering

21 14, 16

DEL ZOPPO, GREGORY J.

98

106

DE MUNCK, VICTOR DE SOUZA E SILVA, ADRIANA

Characterization and Control of Interfaces for High Quality Advanced Materials III

CHAUHAN, B. P. S.

J

105

Ceramics for Environmental and Energy Applications

CHAMORRO-PREMUZIC, TOMAS

146

94

Cardiac Arrhythmia Management

CAZDYN, ERIC

Computational Chemistry

45

COLANTONIO, ANDREA 94

Carbon Dioxide Thermodynamic Properties Handbook

CAYOUN, BRUNO

51

Clinical Dilemmas in Diabetes

Cognition

Carbon Dioxide Sequestration and Other Advances in Natural Gas Engineering

CASTIGLIONI, SARA

Clinical Diagnosis

DOUGHERTY, LISA DOWDEN, KEN DROBATZ, KENNETH J.

45 120 50, 52 30 57

DRYSDALE, DOUGAL

138

DUBOIS, FRÉDÉRIC

127

DUCKETT, PAUL

35

DUNCAN, HENRY

54

DUNCAN, JAMES S. DUNN, ANNE

22, 134 3

DURAN, ANGELICA

10

Dyslexia

36

64

ECKES, ALFRED E.

26

86

Ecological Bulletins, 53 Broadleaved forests in southern Sweden

65

Ecology and Evolution of Dung Beetles

65

Economic Policy 66

24

132 5 24 123

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24

Failure Anaylsis

119

GARCÍA-ESPANA, ENRIQUE

86

GRINDON, LEGER

12

EDWARDS, MARY

53

FAIZ, OMAR

42

GARCIA-MARTINEZ, JAVIER

75

GU, W.

82

EGAN, WILLIAM F.

112

FANNING, S.

57

GARFIELD, JAY L.

GUHA, RAJARSHI

70

5

GARRISON, PHILIP

141

GUHA, INDRA NEIL

42

Guidelines for Conduct of Operations for Process Safety

72

3

EISENBRAND, G.

68

FARHADIAN, CHARLES E.

EISERT, WOLFGANG

62

FATTORINI, EMMA

26

GARSTECKI, PIOTR

107

FAUST, MIRIAM

38

GAUNTLETT, DAVID

15

FEATHERSTONE, HEIDI

57

Gene Discovery for Disease Models

82

EISLEY, JOE

134

ELCOCK, JONATHAN

37

Electric Distribution Systems Electrochemical Aspects of Ionic Liquids

118

FELDMAN, MICHAEL

137

FERDJALLAH, MOHAMMED 74, 88

Electronic Signal Processing for Optical Fiber Communications

126

Fiesers’ Reagents for Organic Synthesis

Elegant Total Synthesis

92

Films and Coatings from Renewable Resources

Elements of Photonics

116

FINKELBERG, MARGALIT

ELLIS, DAN

122

ELLIS, HAROLD Embedded SoPC System with Altera NiosII Processor and VHDL Examples EMBERTON, MARK Emergency Response Management of Offshore Oil Spills EMMANUEL, ANTON EMMITT, STEPHEN Empirical Research in Teaching and Learning Encyclopedia of Bioterrorism Defense Energy Security

41

39 64 114

123

Equine Welfare

58

ERDKAMP, PAUL

31

ERTUK, ALPER

117

ESD

113 60

43

HAAS, TIMOTHY

GILL, DALJIT

55

HADDERS-ALGRA, MIJNA

44

FISCHER, MICHAEL D.

21

GILLESPIE, STUART

32

HADJICHRISTIDIS, NIKOS

93

Fish

20

GIORDANO, ANTONIO

48

HALE, KARL J.

92

104

HALE, THOMAS

25

57

GLAVINICH, THOMAS E.

118

HALL ROBERT D.

63

13

Globalization and Contemporary Art

HAMMER, ELIZABETH YOST

39

HAN, JUNG H.

67

FOLKERS, GERD

74, 86

FORD, DAVID F.

6

Forest Entomology

66

GNESI, STEFANIA

GOLD, BEN

FORTESCUE, PETER

138

GOLDFARB, JEFFREY C.

18

FORTESCUE, PETER P.

135

GOLDMAN, ROBERT

15

GOLLAPUDI, B. BHASKAR

79

77, 92

FOX, KEVIN

101

Fragments of Fullerenes and Carbon Nanotubes

109

20

FREDRICKS, DAVID N.

63

GOODMAN, DAVID

33

FREELAND, JOANNA

66

GOODNER, KEVIN

80

FREWER, LYNN J.

69

GOODY, ALEX

FRIEDBACHER, GERNOT

79

GORDON, ERIC

FUGAZZOTTO, PAUL A.

56

GORELICK PHILIP B.

62

FULFORD, MARTHA

58

GORMLEY, JOHN

53

FUMY, WALTER

Exercise Therapy in the Management of Musculoskeletal Disorders Explorations in New Cinema History Exploring Postcolonial Biblical Criticism Extremism and the Psychology of Uncertainty Extrusion-Cooking Techniques

44

Fundamentals of Organometallic Catalysis

138 116

97

119

6

124

GRAHAM, RONALD L.

129

Grammar of Old English, A GRAY, RICHARD

70, 71

60

GRAHAM, ADRIAN

GRAHAM-BROWN, ROBIN

41 12 8

HAN, JIN H.

7

Handbook of Alzheimer’s Disease and Other Dementias, The

39

Handbook of Battery Materials

81

Handbook of Biodegradable Polymers

104

Handbook of Children, Media, and Development, The

16

Handbook of Communication and Corporate Social Responsibility

17

Handbook of eID Security

115, 121

Handbook of Engineering and Speciality Thermoplastics

107

Handbook of Global Media and Communication Policy, The

17

Handbook of Media Audiences, The

17

Handbook of Midwifery Research, The

50

Handbook of Molecular Microbial Ecology I

64

Handbook of Molecular Microbial Ecology II

64

Handbook of Monte Carlo Methods

128

Handbook of Motivational Counseling

38

Handbook of Political Economy of Communications, The

16

GRAY, ROBIN

55

57

GREASLEY, DAVID

24

Handbook of Position Location

124

Fundamentals of Sustainable Drilling Engineering

94

Greco-Arab and Islamic Herbal Medicine

92

Handbook of Psychotherapy in Cancer Care

44

FURUSAKA, MICHIHIRO

95

Greek Archaeology

29

Handbook of Solid State Electrochemistry

87

GABRIEL, NORMAN

19

Green Chemistry for a Sustainable Future

89

Handbook of Stress, The

38

GAEBEL, WOLFGANG

44

Green Corrosion Inhibitors

74

GALDERISI, SILVANA

43

GREEN, STUART D.

Handbook of the Neuropsychology of Language, The

38

89

GREENAWAY, DAVID

23

GREENBERG, MICHAEL

49

Handbook of Transnational Governance

25

Handbook of Vegetables and Vegetable Processing

68

Fundamentals of Small Animal Surgery

53 13

14, 16

GORSE, CHRISTOPHER

Fundamental Neuropathology for Pathologists and Toxicologists Fundamentals of Information Extraction in Environmental Remote Sensing

9

115, 121

88

98

129

GOODMAN, ALAN H.

European Women in Chemistry

Examination of the Child with Minor Neurological Dysfunction

5

GOOD, PHILLIP I.

GOTTSCHALK, GERHARD

EWSUK, KEVIN G.

122

Good Life of Teaching, The

130

68

2

114

15

EVRANUZ, E. ÖZGÜL

13

GOETZ, STEWART

European Media

34

114

Godard’s Contempt

107

56

33

Formal Methods for Industrial Critical Systems

Foundations of Organic Chemistry

133

Glasses and the Glass Transition

Functional Polymer Films

Evolutionary Psychology

48

69

Functions Modeling Change

Evidence-Based Orthodontics

104

FISCHER, ARNOUT

95

51

GUTZOW, IVAN S. Gynecologic Oncology

94

GOSCINSKI, ANDRZEJ

Evidence Informed Nursing with Older People

41

GHOSH, SWAPAN KUMAR

FLORES, JUAN

138

Getting That Medical Job

GURNELL, MARK

29

FITZPATRICK, E. S.

42

54

119

88

50

77

132

GERBER, MARIETTE

84

GUPTA, SUNIL

GHOSH, ABHIK

115

32

Essentials of Neutron Techniques for Soft Matter

104

137

English Translation and Classical Reception

Essentials in Bacteriology

91

FISHER, MICHAEL

Engineered Carbohydrate-Based Materials for Biomedical Applications 103, 108 ENGLER, FEDERICO

113

General Theory of Coherent Lower Previsions

Guidelines for non-SIS Independent Protection Layers

GALLUCCI, FAUSTO

37

GAO, DAVID

136

69

GARCÍA-ALONSO ÁNGEL

76

GREGORY, J.W.

141

45

Index

Economics and History

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Hollywood Romantic Comedy, The 12 43

Index

HANDWERKER, CAROL

121

HANZO, LAJOS L.

125

HARDWICK, LORNA

31

HARMSEN, ALEXANDER

70, 71

Harper’s Textbook of Pediatric Dermatology HARRING, JEFFREY

29

HONEK, JOHN

81

HOOD, ELIZABETH

63

HORROCKS, GEOFFREY

30

HORSTMEYER, STEVEN L.

88 89

Introduction to Developmental Psychology

34

94

Introduction to Digital Systems

113

57

HOSSAIN, NAZLI

Hayden White HAYDEN, RANDALL T. HAYKIN, SIMON HEALE, M. J.

HOULGATE, STEPHEN HOUSON, IAN

89

61

How to Know

5

23

134 3

HENRI-ROUSSEAU, OLIVIER

96

Hepatology: Clinical Cases Uncovered

42

HEREDIA, EDWIN ARTURO

116

HERMAN, PETER C.

9

Heterocycles in Natural Product Synthesis HETHERINGTON, STEPHEN

90 5

HIGGINS, CHRISTOPHER

5

HIGSON, SEAMUS

109

HIGTON, MIKE

6

Hilbert Transform Applications in Mechanical Vibration HILL, CIARAN SCOTT

137 43

HINESTROZA, JUAN

98

HINESTROZA, JUAN P.

103

HIRTH, THOMAS

90

Historicising Gender and Sexuality

29

History of Aquaculture, The

67

History of Modern Germany, A

27

Hitler, Mussolini and the Vatican

26

HIV-1 Integrase HO, TSE-LOK HOEGER, PETER H. HOFFMAN, ELIZABETH

78, 95 76, 90, 91 47 101

HOFFMAN, RICHARD

54

HOGG, MICHAEL A.

37

HOGG, RICHARD M. HOLBOURN, ANN

12 134

133 132

Introduction to Practical Formal Methods Using Temporal Logic, An

68 105

Introduction to Zoo Biology and Management, An

123 65

63

HUMAR, ATUL

46

Inverse Synthetic Aperture Radar Imaging With MATLAB

HUSSEY, JULIETTE

53

Ionic Liquids

91

HUTCHINGS, IAN

89

IRVINE, ALAN D.

47

HUTTON, DEBORAH S.

33

Hybrid Electric Vehicles

137

Hybrid Nanomaterials

106

Identities in Context

39

IHLEN, OVYIND

17

IIZUKA, KEIGO

116

IMAE, TOYOKO

95

Impedance Spectroscopy

74

Improving Natural Resource Management

133

IMRIE, ROB

138

Index of Medical Imaging Industrial Organic Chemistry

53 76, 90

Industrial Scale Natural Products Extraction Infections Causing Human Cancer Inkjet Technology for Digital Fabrication INMAN, DANIEL J.

22

KILARA, ARUN

68

KITAI, ADRIAN KITCHEN, MARTIN

124

44 105 27

KIVY, PETER

4

KLEBL BERT

74

KLEIN, HARVEY G.

46

KNEZ, MATO

38 109

KNIPE CHRIS A.

77

KNIPE, CHRIS A.

93

KNOERZER, KAI

67

JANICK, JULES

64

KNOLL, WOLFGANG

JANSSENS, KOEN H. A.

80

KO, CHRISTINE J.

48

JAPPELLI, TULLIO

24

KOC, MUAMMER

102

JARECKI, ALFRED

58

KODERA, TOSHIRO

115

JARMAN, ANDREW P.

63

KOSHEL, JOHN

121

3

KOTZ, SAMUEL

136, 137

JAWORSKI, WILLIAM JAZAR, REZA N

136

107

KOWALL, NEIL W.

39 85

JELINEK, RAZ

81

KRAUSE THOMAS R.

JEVON, PHIL

51

KRIVEN, WALTRAUD M.

100

KROESE, DIRK P.

128

Jewish Memory and the Cosmopolitan Order

18

JOHNSON, NORMAN L.

136, 137

KROUK, EVGENII

125

2

KRUOPIS, JULIUS

131

JOHNSTON, DAVID

KRONENFELD, DAVID B.

JONES, DAI

37

KUBINYI, HUGO

JONES, JOSEPH L.

20

KULKARNI, PRAMOD

84

JONES, JULIAN

103

61

JULIANO PABLO

67

89

KAGAN, CAROLYN

35

117

KIESO, DONALD E.

KLINGER, ERIC

Human Microbiota, The

85

87

KISSANE, DAVID 137

Introduction to Semiconductor Nanomaterials and Devices 102, 106 Introduction to TTCN-3, An

Hydrodynamics of Multiphase Reactors

117

KHARTON VLADISLAV, V.

66

56

2

KEYHANI, ALI

KIRK, HEATHER

HUANG, GREG J.

59

130

85

75

HUITLE, CARLOS ALBERTO MARTÍNEZ

123

KENDALL, CHRISTOPHER G. ST C. 134

63

46

HUI, Y. H.

KEIL, STEFAN

Kinetics of Chemical Reactions

HUANG PAN MING

25

52

KIND, PETER C.

HRICIK, DONALD

HELD, DAVID

KEEN, ALISON

22

113

21

71

37, 38

49

HEFFERAN, TARA

83

KIMMEL, PAUL D.

Introduction to Linear Regression Analysis

130

KAZLAUSKAS, ROMAS KAZLAUSKAS, ROMAS JOSEPH

KILLEN, MELANIE

30

HUGHES-HALLETT, DEBORAH

117

Introduction to Fire Dynamics, An 139

14

45

47

KAZIMIERCZUK, MARIAN K.

136

HOYOS, DEXTER

HEATHCOTE, JENNY

HENLE, JAMES M.

Introduction to Finite Element Analysis

HOWARD, PHILIP

HUBBERT, SIMON

127

Introduction to Critical Thinking and Creativity: Think More, Think Better, An

2

71

HENDERSON, ANDREW

Introduction to Bootsrap Methods With Applications to R, An

Introduction to Geochemistry

Heat Transfer Applications for the Practicing Engineer

Hemlock

4

91

27

Hematology Techniques and Concepts for Veterinary Technicians

J

Homer Encyclopedia, The

HARTIGAN, P.

HAUSEN, HARALD ZUR

81

57

33

HAUGSTAD, GREG

Introduction to Biochemical Pharmacology

KAY, HELEN

HOLT, ELAINE

HARRIS, JONATHAN

7

33

49

HORVATH, ISTVAN T.

HAUERWAS, STANLEY

148

47 130

Introduction to Architectural Theory, An

HOLSTEGE, CHRISTOPHER P.

KAISER ROMAN

75

74, 86 79

KULKARNI, RAGHAVENDRA

125

KUMACHEVA, EUGENIA

107

KUMAR, DEEPALI

46

KUMAR, NEERAJ

104

KVAM, PAUL H.

131

Innate Inflammation

62

KÄLLÉN, ANDERS

INNS, STEPHEN

42

KALLERT, THOMAS W.

43

KAMPERS, FRANS

69

Labor Progress Handbook, The

95

LABUDDE, ROBERT A.

127

131

Landscapes of Capital

15

103

LANE, PHILIP

24

Intelligent Agrifood Chains and Networks

67

KANAYA, TOSHIJI

Interpretation of Organic Spectra

78

KANG, CHANG WOK

Interventional Techniques in Uro-oncology Introducing World Christianity Introduction to Applied Psychology

50 5 34

KANG, SHINILL KASSING, JEFFREY

128

21

15

KATO, TAKAHIKO

121

KATZ, REBECCA

64

Last Caudillo, The LAU, J. Y. F. LAURENT REGIS

50

28 130 78, 97

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110 35 85

Lecture Notes: Biomedical Science

42

Lecture Notes: Clinical Medicine

41

Lecture Notes: Dermatology Lecture Notes: Gastroenterology and Hepatology

41 42

Lecture Notes: General Surgery

41

Lecture Notes: Respiratory Medicine

41

LED Packaging for Lighting Applications LEE, HUA LEE, JOHN C.

LOPEZ, JESUS

120

LOVEJOY, DAVID D.

60

LU, KATHY

99

LUDWIG, RALF

95

LUI, KUNG-JONG

129

LUO, XIAOBING

112

Luther’s Theology of the Cross

7

LUYBEN WILLIAM L.

72, 84

LUZEAUX, DOMINIQUE LVOVICH VADIM F.

112

Mass Spectrometric Analysis of Illicit Drugs in the Environment

97

MITTAL, VIKAS

106

69, 80

Model-Based Visual Tracking

120

Mass Spectrometry in Drug Metabolism and Disposition

80

Modeling and Simulation for Packaging Assembly

112

Mathematical Risk Management

23

Mathematics for Elementary Teachers

131

Modern Oxidation Methods

MATTSSON, LEIF

65

Modern Statistical and Computing Methods for the Behavioral and Educational Sciences Using R 130

LYONS, IAN

42

MACALUSO, MARCELLA

48

MAURER, HANS H.

MACCABE, COLIN

13

Maximum Likelihood Estimation and Inference

MACKENZIE, LYNETTE

53

LEGEARD, BRUNO

119

MACPHERSON, ROB

52

LEITCH, THOMAS

13

Macrocycles

109

115

MAUDLIN, TIM

3 97

Modern Theologians Reader, The

6

127

Modified Atmosphere Packaging for Fresh-Cut Fruits and Vegetables

67

MAY, STEVE

17

MAYA-YESCAS, RAFAEL

83

MAZURIN, OLEG V.

104

LENNAN, ELAINE

52

Magnetic Radiative Structures Inspired by Metamaterial Concepts

LENTZ, SCOTT E.

48

MAJUMDAR, KRISHNA C.

90

MCGRATH, ALISTER E.

LEONARD, F. C.

57

Making is Connecting

15

MCILWRAITH, C. WAYNE

Letters to a Young Chemist

88

MCKINLAY, ANDREW

39

LEVINSON, BRADLEY A. U.

21

Making Sense of Agile Project Management

MCKITTRICK, JOANNA

99

MCVITTIE, CHRIS

39

76

MALABOU, CATHERINE

LI, CHRIS

99

MALLGRAVE, HARRY FRANCIS

93

10

62

LI, JIE JACK

80

105

MATTO, MICHAEL

80

36

83

Modern Methods for Analysing Archaeological and Historical Glass

MATHUR, SANJAY

139

LEWIS, SARAH

Modeling and Simulation of Catalytic Reactors for Petroleum Refining

74

Lyme Borreliosos in Europe and North America

136

Making Sense of Construction Improvement

121

12

LEE, SANDRA

104

133

Mitigating Tin Whisker Risks

MATHIJS, ERNEST

LEE, MIKE S.

LENDLEIN, ANDREAS

MISRA, KULA

120

135 84

Mass Spectral Library of Drugs, Poisons, Pesticides, Pollutants

141 18 14, 33

Modulation and Coding Techniques in Wireless Communications

125

MCCONNELL, JONATHAN

53

MOFFAT, DAVID

42

MCCORMICK, NORMAN J.

84

Molecular Ecology

66

7

Molecular Microbiology

49

58

MOLINEUX, MATTHEW

53

Mollison’s Blood Transfusion in Clinical Medicine

46

MOMMA, HARUKO

10

MOMOH, JAMES A.

117

Media, Markets, and Morals

3

Mediterranean Diet: Health & Science, The

MONAHAN, JOHN

43

54

MONDELLO, LUIGI

72, 85

LI, FLORA

109

MALTBY, RICHARD

13

LI, GUOYU

133

MEDVEDOVSKI, EUGENE

99

MONTGOMERY, DOUGLAS C.

132

58

MEE, CHRISTOPHER

29

MONTHIOUX, MARC

106

22

MEERS, PHILIPPE

13

MOORE, UNDRELL J.

102, 106

MEHL, ANDREAS

32

MORANA, MARCO

123

82

MORGAN, NELSON

122

LI, HE

108

Management and Welfare of Farm Animals

LI, QUAN

119

Managerial Accounting

LI, RUI

126

MANASREH, OMAR

LI, SONGJUN

108

MANDER, ROSEMARY

51

LIANG, SHUNLIN

119

MANJOORAN, NAVIN

101

LIEBMAN, JOEL F.

77

MANN, FRED ANTHONY

125

MANNHOLD, RAIMUND

Light Metals 2002

102

MANSELL, ROBIN

Light Metals 2004

101

Manual of Trauma Management of the Dog and Cat

LIEW, T. H.

LIN, HUA-TAY LINCOLN, JOHN E.

100 96

LINDL, TONI

61

LINEHAN, PETER

27

Lipids and Cellular Membranes in Amyloid Diseases

81

LISTER, SARA

50

LIU, SHENG LIU, YONG

112 112

LIU, ZHANJIANG (JOHN)

66

Living Language

20

LIVINGSTONE, NIALL

30

LLOYD, GORDON

24

LÖF, MAGNUS

65

LOK, ANNA

45

LOMBARD, ANNE

26

LONG, JEFFREY D.

130

57 74, 86 17

MEISTER, GUNTER MELLOTT, JON Membranes for Membrane Reactors

89

MENNELL, STEPHEN

19

Meta-Nanotubes 57

126

106

MARIN, GUY

85

Methods and Applications of Statistics in Engineering, Quality Control, and the Physical Sciences 135, 138

MARINCOLA, JOHN

30

MEZZICH, JUAN E.

MARGARIA, TIZIANA

114

Market Research and Strategic Planning for Global Chemical, Petrochemical, and Plastics Industries MARKEY, B. K.

MI, CHRIS MICHELSON SETH 72 57

MARRA, JAMES

100

MARTIN, PHILIPPE

24

MARTINY, ERIK

11

Micro/Nano Molding

43 137 86 103

28

MOUSSEAU, TIMOTHY A.

62

MUELLER, HANS-FRIEDRICH

32

MUFTI, GHULAM

46

MÜLLER, GERHARD

74

Multiphysics Simulation of Emerging Food Processing Technologies

67 13

MUMAYIZ, SALEH

140

MUMFORD, COLIN

43 16

Microwave Bandpass Filters for Wideband Communications

126 126

MIDDLETON, RICHARD

26

39

MIKE, MIKE

63

MILLAR, RUSSELL

97

20

MOTTURE, PETA

MURDOCK, GRAHAM

Microwave Photonics

Mass Spectra of Designer Drugs 2011

MOSES, YOLANDA T.

102

21

136

69

107

MASCIA-LEES, FRANCES E.

MASRUR, ABUL

MOSCICKI, LESZEK

Micro-Manufacturing

75

MASON, JOHN O.

66

Microfluidic Reactors for Polymer Particles

MARVIN, STEPHEN

MASHEK, DEBRA

55

MORIN, PETER J.

MULVEY, LAURA

52

MURPHY, KEVIN P. MURRALISRINIVASAN, N. S.

29 71, 83

MUSSER, GARY L.

131

MYNBAEV, KAIRAT T.

129

127

NAHAR, LUTFUN

MILTON-EDWARDS, BEVERLEY

25

NAINI, FARHAD B.

Mindfulness-integrated CBT

37

NAIR, K. M.

Index

LAWLESS, JOHN L.

92 55 101

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NAKANISHI, KOJI

78

Oral Human Mucosa

Name Reactions Series

76

Organic Reaction Mechanisms 2008

Nanotechnology in the Agri-Food Sector NAPA Bulletin, Number 33 Intersections of Faith and Development in Local and Global Contexts NARAIN, RAVIN

21 103, 108

NARAYAN, ROGER

99

NASH, COLIN

67

NASH, KATHRYN

42

NATALE, ANDREA

52

NATHAN, AROKIA

109

Natural Food Flavors and Colorants

68

NAY, BASTIEN

82 78, 95

NEGRINE, RALPH M.

15

NELSON, D. MICHAEL

47

Net Locality

14, 16

NETRAVALI, ANIL NARAYAN

98, 103

Organic Thin Film Transistor Integration

109

91

Orthodontics

55

OTTOBONI, LINDA

52

OUALI, ARNELLE

78, 97

OXLEY, LES

24

OZDEMIR, CANER

124

ÖZEL, TUGRUL

102

PACRIM Proceedings Bundle

100

PAESCHKE, MANFRED

62

NIKULIN, MIKHAIL

131

NING, YONG-CHENG

78

NOLTE, FREDERICK S.

49

Nonparametric Tests

131

49

PINNA, NICOLA

109

Psychology in Social Context

37

PIRAMANAYAGAM, S.N.

120

Psychology of Well-Being, The

36

Pitt Ford’s Problem-based Learning in Endodontics

54

Place, Exclusion and Mortgage Markets

22

Quaternary Carbonate and Evaporite Sedimentary Facies and Their Ancient Analogues

134

Placenta, The

47

Quantum Mechanics for Electrical Engineers

113

PLACKETT, DAVID

104

Plant Biomass Conversion

63

Plant Breeding Reviews, Volume 34

64

Platelet Proteomics

76

POAGUE, LELAND

13

POGARELL, OLIVER

43

RADJAI, FARANG

127

PORTES, RICHARD

24

RAINE, JOSEPH E.

45

Positive Power of Imagery, The

36

RAMAMURTHY, V.

95

Positive Psychology at Work

36

Ramsey Theory

129

POUPON, ERWAN

82

RAPPOPORT, ZVI

77

Practical Analysis of Flavor and Fragrance Materials

80

Practical Endocrinology and Diabetes in Children

45

120 26

PAPATHANASSOPOULOS, STYLIANOS

15

PAPSON, STEPHEN

15 11

PAROISSIEN, DAVID PARREIRAS, FERNANDO S. Participatory Journalism

114 14, 16

PASQUARELLO, ALFREDO PATEL, SHANON

110 54

Pathways to Sustainable Ceramic and Glass Manufacturing

99 2

READ, CAMPBELL B.

Practical Guide to the NEC3 Engineering and Construction Contract

139

Precast Concrete Structures

139

54

REES, PAUL A.

65

PRICE, DAVID

63

Primer on Transplantation

46

Reference Guide for Statistical Concepts, Definitions, and Terminology

49

Principles of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

55

O’MALLEY, MICHELLE

28

O’TOOLE, GJYN

53

Perspectives on Modern South Asia

20

Occupation Analysis in Practice

53

PETERSEN, STEPHEN

66

Occupational Emergency Medicine 49

PETERSON, BLAKE E.

131

Privileged Chiral Ligands and Catalysts

OHJI, TATSUKI

PETROFF, BORIS B.

104

PRIYA, SHASHANK

99

OMAR, MOHAMMED A Once-Told Tales ONG, BENG S. Optical and Digital Image Processing Optical Design of Solids Optimization Modeling with Spreadsheets

136 4 109 121, 124 137 130

PFLEGER, KARL

109 97

Pharmaceutical Anti-Counterfeiting

73

PHILIP, GEORGE

26

PHILLIPS, SARAH

52

Philosophy of Mind

3

Philosophy of the Performing Arts

4

Photography Theory in Historical Perspective

33

Physics at the Terascale

111

140

PRIBRAM, VIVIAN

PERSING, DAVID H.

PETRUKHINA, MARINA

35

Recommendations for Design and Analysis of Earth Structures using Geosynthetic Reinforcements – EBGEO

87

59

35

Real World Research

REES, HEDLEY

Principles of Anatomy and Physiology

Personality and Individual Differences 2e

10

45

56

132

136, 137

Reading Sixteenth-Century Poetry

PREECE, PHILIP M.

Periodontal Restorative Interrelationships

OLEVSKY, EUGENE A.

11

60

81

116

36

57

QUINTERO, RUBEN

Population Genetics of Bacteria

134

Principles and Case Studies of Simultaneous Design

OISHI, SHIGEHIRO

QUINN, P. J.

20

PaleoBase: Deep Sea Benthic Foraminifera

28

74, 88

3

17

PEDERSON, WILLIAM D.

OHNO, HIROYUKI

98

QUINN, AARON

Race

69

105

QUEVAUVILLER, PHILIPPE

RABOY, MARC

NORDE, WILLEM

65

96

21

PECK, ELIZABETH A.

NYLINDER, MATS

3

Quantum, Oscillators

32

19

54

Quantum Non-Locality & Relativity

POLLOCK, MICA

PAUL, HERMAN

Nutrition and HIV

61

PINES, JESSE M.

Norbert Elias and Figurational Sociology

Numerical Distance Protection

74

Psychiatric and Neurologic Aspects of War

POLLOCK, JACKSON AND FAMILY

PANIZZA, FRANCISCO

NIKI, ETSUO

Protein Kinases as Drug Targets

43

134

17

84

55

PAL, SUVANKAR

NEWMAN, SIMON

NIGHTINGALE, VIRGINIA

PILZ, STEPHAN

Prosthetic Treatment of the Edentulous Patient

78

PANIN, GIORGIO

17

117

POLAVARAPU, PRASAD

110

Night Cleaner, The

101

Piezoelectric Energy Harvesting

51

NEUGEBAUER, JÖRG

66

110

PICKRELL, GARY

Pain in Childbearing and its Control

PALMER, MICHAEL

128

115, 121

PAGONIS, VASILIS

116

NG, KAI WANG

141

Organo Main Group Chemistry

Network Technologies for Media Devices

Next Generation Sequencing and Whole Genome Selection in Aquaculture

J

77, 93

Organisational Behaviour In Construction

NEAMATI, NOURI

150

69

56

72, 84

Reformation, The

36

Reinventing Political Culture

18

REIS, ANTHONY J. DOS

118

REIS, LAURA L. DOS

118 59

105

RENBERG, WALTER C.

PRIVEN, ALEXANDER I.

104

Renewable Raw Materials Resonant Power Converters

Process Understanding

101 89

28 110 56 32

RICHMOND, STEPHEN

56

RIDSDILL-SMITH, T. JAMES

65

RIGGIO, SILVANA

43

99

RILEY, EDWARD P.

45

96

Risk and Safety Analysis of Nuclear Systems

84

108

Risk Assessment of Phytochemicals in Food

68, 98

Processing and Properties of Advanced Ceramics and Composites II

99

Properties and Behavior of Polymers

Reviews in Modern Astronomy

RICHARDSON, DAVID M. B.

108

Production of Membrane Proteins

Re-thinking Renaissance Objects

90 117

RHODES, KAREN HELTON

Processing and Finishing of Polymeric Materials

Processing of Nanoparticle Materials and Nanostructured Films

6

REID, GAVIN

Principles of Solar Cells, LEDs and Diodes

70, 83

132

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SCHUMACHER, LYDIA

RIVIERE, JIM E.

59

SCHÜTZE, MICHAEL

RIZZA, ROBERT A.

45

SCOTT, COLIN

RNA Biology

82

SCOTT, LAWRENCE T.

ROBERTS, TANIYA

50

8 101, 105 24 109

SCULLY, MARLAN O.

110

Small Animal Ophthalmology: What’s Your Diagnosis?

57

Smart, Grid

117

Smart, Clean Surfaces

94

SMITH, CLIFFORD

58

Social Development in Childhood and Adolescence

SUZANNE, BENCH

51

SWAIM, STEVEN F.

59

SWAMI, VIREN

34

Sweet Reason

3

SWINERD, GRAHAM

137

37

SWINERD, GRAHAM G.

134

ROBINSON, SCOTT

65

SCULLY, ROBERT J.

110

ROBINSON, ANNE SKAJA

96

SEDDON, BARBARA

134

SODHI, NAVJOT S.

65

SWIST, SHANNON L.

35

SEDDON, JOHN M.

134

Software Testing Industrialization

119

SYRING, REBECCA S.

57

Solid State Engineering

122

SOLYMOSI, JOZSEF

129

Systems Biology in Drug Discovery and Development

86

Systems Chemical Biology

70

ROBSON, COLIN RODRIGUEZ, MIGUEL

120

ROGERS, ROBIN D.

91

Role Emerging Practice in Occupational Therapy

53

ROLLIN, BERNARD E.

58

SEDDON, KENNETH R.

91

SEGAL, HOWARD P.

8

SEKERCIOGLU CAGAN H.

65

Self-Management: Using Behavioral and Cognitive Principles to Manage Your Life

Roman Calendar from Numa to Constantine, The

32

Roman Historiography

32

Self-Organized Organic Semiconductors

RONEN, TAMMIE

36

SELL, DIETER

ROOSE, PATRICK

98

35 119 90

Root Cause Analysis

96

Semantic Web and Model-Driven Development

ROSALDO, RENATO

13

SEMENOV, SERGEI

ROSENBERG, PAUL

139, 140

SENDEN, LINDA

24

97

SENESI, NICOLA

75

SENIS, YOTIS

76

RÖSNER, PETER ROTHSCHILD, BRUCE L.

129

ROUPAS, PETER ROUSSEFF, RUSSELL ROWLINSON, MICHAEL

67

Separable Boundary

80

SERRANO-TORREGROSA, ELENA

139

Royal Marsden Hospital Manual of Clinical Nursing Procedures, The RUIZ, TEOFILO R. RÜPKE, JÖRG

45 114 59

46

SAID, OMAR

92

Short-Memory Linear Processes and Econometric Applications

48

SHOUPE, DONNA

47

SIDDIQ, MUHAMMAD

68

9 129

SALLAM, A. A.

118

SANDEEP, K. P.

69

SIDDIQUEE, ASIYA

35

SARAFINO, EDWARD P.

35

SIMKIN, PENNY

50

SARKADI, LIVIA SIMON

88

SIMMONS, LEIGH W.

65

SARKER, SATYAJIT

92

Simulation and Modeling of Systems of Systems

74 50

Scent of the Vanishing Flora

75

SCHEIBER, JOSEF

70

SCHELKENS, PETER

121, 124

Schizophrenia SCHLAPBACH, LOUIS

44 102

SCHLICHTING, CARL D.

62

SCHMELZER, JÜRN W. P.

104

SCHMITT, CARL

25

SINGER, JANE B.

129

TAO, JUNHUA

71, 83

TAYLOR, FRED J.

Spoken Language Understanding

123

SPONG, CATHERINE Y.

47

SQUIER, CHRISTOPHER

56

Standard Electroencephalography in Clinical Psychiatry

TEE, R. Y. S.

43

TENOVER, FRED C.

49

STARK, JOHN

137

THEODORE, LOUIS

71

STARK, JOHN J.

134

Thermal Processing of Foods

69

Statistics for Compensation

128

Thermally and Optically Stimulated Luminescence

70, 82

STEEN, MARY

50

STEIN, MIKE

43

STEINBORN, DIRK

70, 71

STEINLE, ALFRED

139

STEPNISKY, JEFFREY

19

Steroid Dimers

92

STEUBING, ROSEMARIE

61

Stillbirth

47

Strange Non-Death of Neo-Liberalism, The Strategic Materials and Computational Design

25

THIENPONT, HUGO

121, 124 107 55

THOMASON, J. MARK TIAN, GUO-LIANG

128

TOBIES, STEPHAN

123

TODOROVA, SNEJANA V.

104

TOHEN, MAURICIO

44

TOLSON, DEBBIE

51

TOONE, ERIC J.

81

TORTORA, GERARD J.

59

Triumph of Politics, The

121

TROFFAES, MATTHIAS

31

53

THOMAS, SABU

138

100

110

THEW, MIRANDA

SU, PENG

99, 100, 105

125 55

STREET, EMMA

SINGH, MRITYUNJAY

9

Temporomandibular Disorders

108

SINGH, JAGDISH

126

Technology, Literature and Culture

STRAY, CHRISTOPHER

Towards a Jewish-Muslim-Christian Theology

8 26 132

SINHA, NIRMAL K.

68

Subcultural Theory

SINN, HANS-WERNER

24

SUGIRTHARAJAH, R. S.

99

SULLIVAN, DENNIS

113

TUR, GOKHAN

SUN, SHENG

126

Turbo Coding, Turbo Equalisation and Space-Time Coding 125

SINTON, CHRISTOPHER W. SISSON, ADAM

104

SKINNER, MARILYN B. SLATER, ALAN

123

SPENCER, JOEL H.

49

100

119

SCHULZ, STEPHAN

3

SINGH, DILEEP

SCHOCH, JEAN-PIERRE

111

SPENCE, EDWARD H.

2

TANG, YI-WEI

72

Six Minor Prophets Through the Centuries

SCHÖRNER-SADENIUS, THOMAS

122

SINGH, BALAJI

102

51

120 14, 16

SCHNEIDER, WOLFGANG

SCHOFIELD, IRENE

Speech and Audio Signal Processing

STEARNS, DIANE

Short History of Early Modern England, A

SABA, HUSSAIN I.

SCARDINO, PETER

128

128

92

SASTRI, VEDULA S.

101

TAIMRE, THOMAS

TANG, MAN-LAI

SAAD, BASHAR

Salivary Gland Cytology

TABEREAUX, ALTON T. 28

23

27

SHIKE, KATHY M.

Spain: From Dictatorship to Democracy

TALLEY, WAYNE

76, 90

SHI, KELI

27

TALIAFERRO, CHARLES

12

38

18

SZNAIDER, NATAN

Spain, 1157–1300

29

SEXTON, JAMIE

62

9

SPEAR, JENNIFER M.

60

RUTLAND, ADAM

136

125

Sex, Stress and Reproductive Success

RUSSELL, ROBERT M.

135, 138

SZABÓ, BARNA SZEMAN, IMRE

27

75

Sherlock’s Diseases of the Liver and Biliary System

16

Spain’s Centuries of Crisis

50

31, 32

SOUSA, HELENA

105

114

111

SET

62

Spacecraft Systems Engineering

59

Synthetic Diamond Films

SOOD, SUNIL KUMAR

Small Animal Bandaging, Casting, and Splinting Techniques

19 6

TSAI, TUNG-HU

86

TSIPERFAL, ANGELA

52 123

Supply Chain Management in the Drug Industry

87

TURRIN, CEDRIC-OLIVIER

31

Supramolecular Photochemistry

95

TUSELL, JAVIER

28

34

Surface and Thin Film Analysis

79

24

59

Surface Modification of Nanotube Fillers

Two Narratives of Political Economy, The TYSON, PHILIP JOHN

37

7

106

Index

RITZER, GEORGE

78, 97

151

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UCEDAVELEZ, TONY

123

Index

ULBER, ROLAND

90

Ultrasonic Inspection Technologies and Search Units Design Ultrasonic Inspection Technology Development and Search Unit Design Examples of Practical Applications

VINCENT, JOHN

118

122 91

Understanding Biostatistics

128

56 70, 82

VINING, G. GEOFFREY

Understanding Atomic Force Microscopy

Understanding Geometric Algebra for Electromagnetic Theory

VIG, KATHERINE W. L.

132

141

Urban Remote Sensing

133

URRY, JOHN Utopias

8

131

WEYGANDT, JERRY J.

22 52

49

WHITMAN, DOUGLAS

34

20

WIESER, DIETRICH

101, 105

VLACHOS, ILIAS P.

67

WILES, ANTHONY

123

VOIGT, GREGG L.

59

Wiley-Blackwell Companion to Human Geography, The

VISWESWARAN, KAMALA

VOLDMAN, STEVEN H.

113

VON BERLEPSCH, REGINA

110

VOON, L. C. LEW YAN WAAS, ANTONY

19

WETCHER-HENDRICKS, DEBRA

WHARNE, SIMON

Visual Diagnosis in Emergency and Critical Care Medicine

WALK, SETH

WANG, BINGHE

85

YAN, ALBERT

47

YANG, XIAOJUN

133

YAO, JIANPING

126

YAROVAYA, ELENA

111

YEAP, B. L.

125

135

61

YEUM, KYUNG-JIN

62 57

141

137

WILKINSON, JEFFREY S.

119

YOON, HUN-YOUNG

WILLATZEN, MORTEN

111

YOUNG, DANIEL L.

86

123

YOUNG, DAVID

73

WILLCOCK, COLIN

79

49

WILLIAMS, CAROLINE

52

110

WANG, YUPING

47

WILLIAMS, J. PATRICK

19

VAN GELDER, HILDE

33

WASKO, JANET

16

VAN OURS, JAN

24

WATANABE, TOSHIYA

Willis’s Elements of Quantity Surveying

4

YABLONSKY, GREGORY S.

62

WILLEKE, KLAUS

VANDENABEELE, BART

75

Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Human Evolution

52

VAN DE WALLE, CHRIS G.

XING, BAOSHAN

Year in Evolutionary Biology 2010, The

WANG, PAUL J.

VAN BELKUM, ALEX

94

19

73, 78, 93, 95

WANG, M. Y.

109

WU, YING

111

60

WALKER, ANTHONY

22, 134

WU, YILIANG

Wiley-Blackwell Companion to Major Social Theorists, The

115

Urban Regeneration and Social Sustainability

33

WESTGEEST, HELEN

100

YU, QIAN ZAHL, SIMEON ZEIMPEKIS, VASILEIOS

126 6 67

139

ZEKAVAT, REZA

124 122

Water

95

WILSON, BARBARA J.

16

ZHANG, ZHIJUN

41

WILSON, FIONA

53

ZHOU, QI-LIN

70, 83

VAN-VLIET, GUY

45

WATSON, CHRISTOPHER

VASILEV, STEVEN A.

48

WATSON, MAGGIE

44

WITSCHI, NICOLAS S.

12

ZHOU, YANCHUN

45

Weather Almanac, The

88

Women’s Cancers

52

ZHU, MINGSHE

VELLA, ADRIAN

100 126

VENAYAGAMOORTHY, GANESH KUMAR

125

WEBB, GEOFFREY P.

54

WOOD, BERNARD

61

ZHU, DONGMING

WEBER, ARMIN A.

97

WOOD, DIANA

41

ZHU, LEI

78

ZHUANG, HONG

Venepuncture and Cannulation

52

WEBSTER, JOHN

58

WOODY, ROBERT W.

VEREET, GERT

98

WEESE, J. SCOTT

58

World Atlas of Oil and Gas Basins

VERSTEEG, CORNELIS Veterinary Microbiology and Microbial Disease Victorian Poetry Now VIDAKOVIC, BRANI

67 57 9 136, 137

WEINBERG, SANDY WELLS, SAMUEL

73 7

WERNER, ALEXANDER WESTERHOLM, STEPHEN

56

World Economy, The

133 23

WRIGHT, PAUL H.

140

Writings on War

25

7

100 80

67

ZIEFFLER, ANDREW

130

ZIEGLER, GERHARD

116

ZILINSKAS, RAYMOND A. ZÖLZER, UDO ZUCCATO, ETTORE

64 123 69, 80

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RIGHTS & LICENSING For rights review copies of all Wiley UK titles please contact: rights_uk@wiley.co.uk Sue Mattingley Tel: +44 (0) 1865 476152 Fax: +44 (0) 1865 714591 sue.mattingley@wiley.com

Sales Manager

Adam Wills Tel: +44 (0) 1243 770212 Fax: +44 (0) 1243 770481 Mobile: +44 (0)7956 839 454 awills@wiley.com

Pam Todd Tel: +44 (0) 1865 476658 ptodd@wiley.com

Sweden, Norway & Finland

Matthew Wilson Tel: +44 (0) 114 237 5441 Fax: +44 (0) 114 237 5416 Mobile: +44 (0)7956 638 557 mwilson@wiley.com

Corporate Trade, Universities/Schools, Government & NHS Billie Weller   bweller@wiley.com Tel: +44 1243 843247    

UK Trade ~ Key Accounts Tanya Potter Tel: +44 1243 843206     

Sales Representative

Simon Mawdsley Tel: +44 (0) 7973 376762 Fax: +44 (0) 1243 770481 smawdsle@wiley.com

EUROPE

    tvwatson@wiley.com

Eastern Europe, Greece, France & Italy June Cecil Tel: +44 1243 843287        jcecil@wiley.com

South Africa Kerry Haley Tel: +44 1243 843252      

Scotland & Ireland

Specialist Sales Representative

Sally Cowlard Tel: +44 (0) 1865 476657 Mobile: +44 (0)7827 243 211 scowlard@wiley.com

London

Africa & UK Dollar Export Accounts Lynn Gratwick   Supervisor Tel: +44 1243 843197        lgratwick@wiley.com

Israel, Norway & Turkey Thelma Watson Tel: +44 1243 843244  

Sales Representative

Alastair Burt Tel: +44 (0) 7734 856962 Fax: +44 (0) 1243 770481 aburt@wiley.com

MEA Regional sales Manager

Penny de la Plain Tel/Fax: +27 21 674 1734 Mobile: +27 82 658 5270 jwiley@icon.co.za / PDeLaPla@wiley.com

South Africa, Botswana, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, Mauritius, Namibia, Mozambique, Malawi, Mozambique, Rwanda, Democratic Republic of Congo, Dem. Republic of , Angola, Zimbabwe, Swaziland, Congo, Madagascar, Reunion, Burundi, Comoros, Seychelles, Lesotho sALES & MARKET DEVELOPMENT Manager - GCC

Matt Santaspirt Tel: +44 (0)1243 779777 FAX: +44(0) 1243 770481 Mobile: +44 (0) 7920 536761 msantaspir@wiley.com

UAE, Bahrain, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia Sales Representative

Janice Rimbault Tel/Fax: +27 31 2663699 Mobile: +27 82 3216707 wiley@mwebbiz.co.za / jrimbaul@wiley.com South Africa: Kwazulu-Natal, E Cape, Free State, Limpopo & Mpumalanga

CORPORATE BOOK, E-CONTENT SALES & CUSTOM PUBLISHING

All other Wiley-Blackwell subjects, all languages except Asian languages

Dale Morgan Tel: +44 (0) 1865 476153 Fax: +44 (0) 1865 714591 dale.morgan@wiley.com Humanities & Social Sciences, all languages except Asian languages

Winnie Sung Tel: +65 6460 4209 Fax: +65 6466 8442 wsung@wiley.com.sg All Wiley-Blackwell titles, all Asian languages

GENERAL MANAGER, CORPORATE & E-CONTENT SALES

Special & Bulk Sales of Electrical, Mechanical & Chemical Engineering/Materials Science and Finance

Graham Henry Tel/Fax: +44 (0) 1904 541193 Mobile: +44 (0) 7940 131 632 ghenry@wiley.com MEDICAL & HEALTH SCIENCES

Nick Godwin Tel: +44 (0) 1865 476360 Fax: +44 (0) 1865 471360 Mobile: +44 (0) 7795 643257 ngodwin@wiley.com

Custom Publishing & Bulk Deals for Dummies, Technology & Architecture

GERMANY, SWITZERLAND & AUSTRIA SPECIAL & BULK SALES

Scott Smith Tel: +44 (0) 1243 770441 Fax: +44 (0) 1243 770481 Mobile: +44 (0) 7903 933 873 scsmith@wiley.com

Verena Nowey Tel: +49 (0) 6201 606424 Fax: +49 (0) 6201 606100 vnowey@wiley.com

Special and Bulk sales for Business, Management, Training, Corporate Conferences & Events

Laura Cooksley Tel: +44 (0) 1243 770247 Mobile: +44 (0) 7734 159172 Fax: +44 (0) 1243 770481 lcooksle@wiley.com

GERMANY, SWITZERLAND & AUSTRIA SPECIAL & BULK SALES

Simone Dress Tel: +49 (0) 6201 606334 Fax: +49 (0) 6201 606100 sdress@wiley-vch.de

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