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CONTENTS Humanities and Social Science

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Philosophy

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Religion & Theology

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Literature

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Linguistics

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Film & TV Studies

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Cultural & Media Studies

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Communication Studies & Journalism

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Sociology

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Gender Studies

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Politics

12

Economics

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Anthropology & Archaeology

13

Geography

13

Human Geography

14

History

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Classics

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Art & Architecture

16

Psychology

17

Education

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Science, Technology & Medicine 22 Medical

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Dentistry

33

Veterinary

34

Nursing

37

Allied Health

38

Nutrition

38

Earth & Environmental Science 39 Life Science

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Fisheries & Aquaculture

51

Food Science

52

Chemistry

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Materials Science

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Physics

80

Electrical & Electronic Engineering

82

Communications Technology

90

Mathematics & Statistics

98

Engineering

108

Construction

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Index

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HUMANITIES & SOCIAL SCIENCE

Humanities and Social Science

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Fashion – Philosophy for Everyone

PHILOSOPHY

Thinking with Style

Edited by FRITZ ALLHOFF, JEANETTE KENNETT & JESSICA WOLFENDALE Western Michigan University, The Nanoethics Group, USA; Macquarie University, Australia; West Virginia University, USA

✤✤ An enlightening guide to the diverse and sometimes contradictory aspects of fashion through a series of lively, entertaining and thoughtful essays from prominent philosophers and writers ✤✤ Contributions address issues in fashion from a variety of viewpoints, including aesthetics, the nature of fashion and fashionability, ethics, gender and identity politics, and design ✤✤ Includes a foreword by Jennifer Baumgardner, feminist author, activist and cultural critic, editor of Ms magazine (1993–7) and regular contributor to major women’s magazines including Glamour and Marie-Claire READERSHIP: For the interested general reader; fashion industry students and professionals; fashion journalists; academics concerned with fashion, sweatshops, consumerism, and identity and gender SERIES: PHILOSOPHY FOR EVERYONE

AUG 2011  224PP  978-1-4051-9990-2  PR  £11.99  €14.40

Impossible Objects

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Interviews

SIMON CRITCHLEY & CARL CEDERSTROM New School for Social Research; Institute of Economic Research, Lund University

✤✤ Simon Critchley – one of the most influential and insightful philosophers writing today – extends his philosophical investigation into non-philosophical territories, including discussions on tragedy, poetry, humour and music ✤✤ Moves effortlessly between a range of topics including: military neo-liberalism; the poetry of Wallace Stevens; the left’s motivational deficit; and a discussion of Greek Tragedy. ✤✤ Critchley reflects on his early work on the ethics of deconstruction; the recurring themes of mortality and nihilism; his defence of neo-anarchism; and his recent investigation into secular faith, or ‘a faith of the faithless’. ✤✤ Lively, engaging, witty and erudite, this book will be of great interest to artists, academics and general readers alike. READERSHIP: General readers with an interest in philosophy, as well as undergraduates, graduate students and scholars in philosophy, literary and cultural studies, and related disciplines across the humanities.

SEP 2011  180PP  978-0-7456-5321-1  PR  £12.99  €15.60  /  978-0-7456-5320-4  CL  £40.00  €48.00

Thinking Through Film Doing Philosophy, Watching Movies

DAMIAN COX & MICHAEL P. LEVINE Bond University, Australia; University of Western Australia, Australia

✤✤ An in-depth yet accessible introduction to the philosophy raised by films, film spectatorship and film making for philosophy students as well as the film enthusiast ✤✤ Provides 12 self-contained, close discussions of individual films from across genres ✤✤ Films discussed include Total Recall, Minority Report, La Promesse, Funny Games, Ikuru, The Dark Knight, Memento, AI and more ✤✤ Explores concepts from epistemology, metaphysics and consequentialism, to robot love, time travel and the philosophy of film itself READERSHIP: Undergraduate and postgraduate students, and scholars of philosophy and/or film; general readers interested in philosophy and popular culture

SEP 2011  244PP  978-1-4051-9342-9  PR  £19.99  €24.00  /  978-1-4051-9343-6  CL  £50.00  €60.00

What’s Good on TV?

Understanding Ethics Through Television

JAMIE CARLIN WATSON & ROBERT ARP Young Harris College, Georgia, USA; Philosopher and Ontologist

✤✤ Presents an introduction to the fundamental theories and concepts of moral philosophy ✤✤ Uses concrete examples from contemporary and classic popular television shows, such as The Office, Law and Order, Star Trek and Family Guy, to illustrate complex philosophical concepts ✤✤ Offers a balanced treatment of a number of controversial ethical issues including environmental ethics, animal welfare, abortion, homosexuality, capital punishment, assisted suicide, censorship and the erosion of values READERSHIP: Undergraduate level students for courses in Introduction to Ethics, Philosophy, and Popular Culture; also for general readers

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OCT 2011  224PP  978-1-4051-9475-4  PR  £19.99  €24.00  /  978-1-4051-9476-1  CL  £55.00  €66.00


HANS D. SLUGA University of California, Berkeley, USA

✤✤ Renowned Wittgenstein scholar Hans Sluga offers ground-breaking new insights into the mind and work of one of the most original and influential thinkers of the twentieth century ✤✤ Presents a concise, comprehensive, and systematic treatment of Ludwig Wittgenstein’s thought from his early work, Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus, to the posthumous publication of On Certainty, notes written just prior to his death ✤✤ Represents a substantial scholarly addition to our understanding of Wittgenstein ✤✤ Written to also be accessible to readers unfamiliar with Wittgenstein’s thought READERSHIP: Undergraduate and postgraduate level students for courses on Wittgenstein and philosophy; also for general readers, philosophers, and theorists SERIES: BLACKWELL GREAT MINDS

SEP 2011  224PP  978-1-4051-1848-4  PR  £16.99  €20.40  /  978-1-4051-1847-7  CL  £50.00  €60.00

The Decadence of Industrial Democracies

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Disbelief and Discredit Volume 1

BERNARD STIEGLER Centre Georges Pompidou

✤✤ Stiegler is one of the most original and important philosophers and cultural theorists in France today. ✤✤ His work is at the interface of philosophy and technology, so would appeal not only to those studying philosophy, but media and cultural studies, and literary studies. ✤✤ He argues here that the industrial model implemented since the beginning of the twentieth century, a model based on the separation of production and consumption, has become totally obsolete, leading capitalism and the democracies where it has developed into an impasse.

PHILOSOPHY / RELIGION & THEOLOGY

Wittgenstein

✤✤ Polity has made a substantial commitment to the translation of Stiegler’s work. This book is the first volume of a trilogy and the remaining volumes will be published in the course of the following year. READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates, graduate students and academics in sociology, cultural studies, media studies, literary studies.

JUL 2011  208PP  978-0-7456-4810-1  PR  £16.99  €20.40  /  978-0-7456-4809-5  CL  £55.00  €66.00

Ecological Ethics

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An Introduction 2nd Edition

PATRICK CURRY University of Kent

✤✤ This is a comprehensively revised and updated edition of Patrick Curry’s definitive textbook on ecological ethics, written specifically for a student readership ✤✤ Provides a thorough discussion of the key concepts which define the field, from lifeboat ethics through to the Gaia Hypothesis ✤✤ Offers a critical analysis of the very latest debates surrounding the ecocrisis ✤✤ As well as being an ideal introduction for undergraduates, this will appeal to activists and a wider interested readership READERSHIP: Undergraduate students taking courses in environmental and ecological ethics, business ethics (with an environmental component), applied ethics generally and interested general readers

JUL 2011  320PP  978-0-7456-5126-2  PR  £16.99  €20.40  /  978-0-7456-5125-5  CL  £55.00  €66.00

Sufism

A Global History

NILE GREEN University of California, Los Angeles, USA

✤✤ An excellent introduction to Sufism, requiring no background knowledge of Islamic history or thought ✤✤ The first account of the global history of Sufism, covering the Middle East, Asia, Africa, Europe and the United States ✤✤ Covers the entire historical period of Sufism, and is the only account of Sufism as a global phenomenon ✤✤ Features the most up-to-date survey and summary of research in all major European languages READERSHIP: Students and academics of religious studies, global studies, Islamic studies, Middle Eastern studies, and politics SERIES: BLACKWELL BRIEF HISTORIES OF RELIGION

SEP 2011  180PP  978-1-4051-5765-0  PR  £17.99  €21.60  /  978-1-4051-5761-2  CL  £50.00  €60.00

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The Encyclopedia of Christian Civilization

RELIGION & THEOLOGY / LITERATURE

4 Volume Set

Edited by GEORGE THOMAS KURIAN Encyclopedia Society

✤✤ Includes 1,450 entries within four volumes, examining the sources of Christian culture, the depth of its influence, and the reasons for its enduring strength ✤✤ Offers an unparalleled account of Christianity through a series of interconnecting themes including: key theological ideas; global and regional history; worship, and literature ✤✤ Written by an international team of over 350 leading scholars and teachers from over 24 countries ✤✤ Offers a clear, concise and attractive layout in A-Z format, alongside sophisticated cross-referencing, an extensive bibliography, and a comprehensive index ✤✤ Publishing simultaneously in print and online READERSHIP: Students, researchers, academics and practitioners in the fields of theology and history

SEP 2011  2944PP  978-1-4051-5762-9  CL INTRODUCTORY PRICE £375.00 €450.00 VALID UNTIL 31ST DECEMBER 2011, PRICE THEREAFTER £450.00 €550.00

Internal Colonization

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Russia’s Imperial Experience

ALEXANDER ETKIND University of Cambridge, UK

✤✤ This is a radically new account of Russia’s cultural history. ✤✤ Etkind introduces the concept of ‘internal colonization’ in order to analyse the history of Russian Empire, culture and literature. ✤✤ By this he means a kind of colonization that involves colonizing one’s own people as well as others, something Russia achieved by domesticating its own heartlands. ✤✤ Etkind explores serfdom and the peasant commune, as well as the formative role of foreign colonies in Russia, and the revolutionary leaders’ hopes for an alliance with the pacifist sectarians. ✤✤ Written by a leading scholar in the field, this path-breaking book will be essential reading for all students of Russian history and literature and for anyone interested in the literary and cultural aspects of colonization and its aftermath. READERSHIP: Those studying colonialism and post-colonial literatures, as well as specialists in Russian literature and culture.

OCT 2011  264PP  978-0-7456-5130-9  PR  £15.99  €19.20  /  978-0-7456-5129-3  CL  £55.00  €66.00

Why I Love Barthes

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ALAIN ROBBE-GRILLET ✤✤ This is a unique testimony to one of the most important literary friendships of our time. Robbe-Grillet, the master of the nouveau roman, considered Barthes, France’s greatest postwar literary theorist and critic, as one of his very few true friends. ✤✤ Throughout their 25-year-long friendship, Alain Robbe-Grillet and Roland Barthes showed their mutual intellectual esteem in private correspondence, published texts and conversations. ✤✤ This book consists of an extended dialogue between Barthes and Robbe-Grillet. It also contains three short texts by Robbe-Grillet which reflect on Barthes, his work and their friendship. READERSHIP: Readers interested in contemporary literary and cultural theory, followers of the work of Barthes, students and scholars of contemporary literature

SEP 2011  80PP  978-0-7456-5079-1  PR  £9.99  €12.00  /  978-0-7456-5078-4  CL  £35.00  €42.00

History of Modern Drama Volume I

DAVID KRASNER Emerson College, USA

✤✤ Covering the period 1879 to 1959, and taking in everything from Ibsen to Beckett, this book is volume one of a two-part comprehensive examination of the plays, dramatists, and movements that comprise modern world drama ✤✤ Includes coverage of non-English works and traditions to create a global view of modern drama ✤✤ Considers the influence of modernism in art, music, literature, architecture, society, and politics on the formation of modern dramatic literature ✤✤ Includes coverage of the ways in which staging practices, design concepts, and acting styles informed the construction of the dramas

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READERSHIP: Undergraduates, postgraduates and scholars of twentieth-century drama, dramatic theory, critical studies, and performance theory courses in departments of English Literature, Drama, Theatre and Performance studies

SEP 2011  528PP  978-1-4051-5757-5  CL  £90.00  €108.00


Edited by ALI BEHDAD & DOMINIC THOMAS Both of the University of California, Los Angeles, USA

✤✤ A collection of more than thirty original essays from established and emerging scholars, which explore the history, current state, and future of comparative literature ✤✤ Provides a critical assessment of the status of literary and cross-cultural inquiry ✤✤ Chapters address such topics as the relationship between translation and transnationalism, literary theory and emerging media, the future of national literatures in an era of globalization, gender and cultural formation across time, East-West cultural encounters, postcolonial and diaspora studies, and other experimental approaches to literature and culture READERSHIP: Undergraduates, postgraduates and scholars of comparative literature, world literature and related literature courses SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO LITERATURE AND CULTURE

SEP 2011  608PP  978-1-4051-9879-0  CL  £110.00  €132.00

A Companion to American Literary Studies Edited by CAROLINE F. LEVANDER & ROBERT S. LEVINE Rice University, USA; University of Maryland, USA

LITERATURE / LINGUISTICS

A Companion to Comparative Literature

✤✤ This companion presents state-of-the-art essays on a full range of topics central to the field, providing readers with an understanding of American literary studies as it is practiced today and exploring future directions ✤✤ Offers accounts of major new critical approaches to American literary studies ✤✤ Essays explore critical and institutional genealogies of the field, increasingly diverse conceptions of American literary study, and unprecedented material changes such as the digital revolution ✤✤ A unique anthology in the field, and an essential resource for libraries, faculty, graduate students, and advanced undergraduates READERSHIP: Undergraduates, postgraduates and scholars of American literature SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO LITERATURE AND CULTURE

SEP 2011  608PP  978-1-4051-9881-3  CL  £110.00  €132.00

A Companion to Sensation Fiction Edited by PAMELA K. GILBERT University of Florida, USA

✤✤ This comprehensive collection offers a complete introduction to one of the most popular literary forms of the Victorian period, its key authors and works, its major themes, and its lasting legacy ✤✤ Includes studies of major topics such as race, gender, melodrama, theatre, poetry, realism in fiction, and connections to other art forms ✤✤ Offers both a pre and post-history of the genre to situate it in the larger tradition of Victorian publishing and literature ✤✤ Incorporates coverage of traditional research and cutting-edge contemporary scholarship READERSHIP: Undergraduates, postgraduates and scholars of Victorian literature and sensation fiction SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO LITERATURE AND CULTURE

JUL 2011  664PP  978-1-4051-9558-4  CL  £110.00  €132.00

The History of English Spelling CHRISTOPHER UPWARD & GEORGE DAVIDSON Previously of Aston University, UK; Previously of University of Reading, UK

✤✤ Includes a wealth of information and data on English spelling not available anywhere else ✤✤ Features a complementary website with additional material at www.historyofenglishspelling.info ✤✤ Provides a detailed letter-by-letter analysis of the Old English basis of Modern English spelling with contributions from French, Latin and Greek ✤✤ Serves as a companion volume to Geoffrey Hughes’s A History of English Words in the same series READERSHIP: Undergraduate students for courses in English language; general readership SERIES: THE LANGUAGE LIBRARY

SEP 2011  224PP  978-1-4051-9023-7  PR  £19.99  €24.00  /  978-1-4051-9024-4  CL  £55.00  €66.00

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Acoustic and Auditory Phonetics

LINGUISTICS

3rd Edition

KEITH JOHNSON University of California, Berkeley, USA

✤✤ A new edition updated to reflect the latest advances in the field ✤✤ Covers the key material related to the physics of speech, and features a student-friendly approach to speech, with engaging side-bars on related topics ✤✤ Includes suggested readings and exercises designed to review and expand upon the material in each chapter, complete with selected answers ✤✤ Presents a new chapter on speech perception that addresses theoretical issues and well as practical concerns READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate and postgraduate students in linguistics, phonetic and speech science courses

JUL 2011  256PP  978-1-4051-9466-2  PR  £22.99  €27.60 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-4051-0123-3

Research Methods in Child Language A Practical Guide

Edited by ERIKA HOFF Florida Atlantic University, USA

✤✤ Presents a comprehensive survey of laboratory and naturalistic techniques used in the study of different domains of language, age ranges, and populations ✤✤ Presents new research methods, such as the use of function Near Infrared Spectroscopy (fNIRS) to study the activity of the brain ✤✤ Expands on more traditional research methods such as collection, transcription, and coding of speech samples that have been transformed by new hardware and software READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate students, postgraduate students, researchers, and practitioners language development and communication disorders in psychology, linguistics, and education programs SERIES: GUIDES TO RESEARCH METHODS IN LANGUAGE AND LINGUISTICS

AUG 2011  304PP  978-1-4443-3125-7  PR  £26.99  €32.40  /  978-1-4443-3124-0  CL  £60.00  €72.00

The Handbook of Phonological Theory 2nd Edition

Edited by JOHN A. GOLDSMITH, JASON RIGGLE & ALAN C. L. YU All of University of Chicago, USA

✤✤ A new edition offering unique contributions reflecting the advances in phonological theory since publication of the first edition in 1995 ✤✤ Addresses the important questions in the field including learnability, phonological interfaces, tone, and variation, and assesses the findings and accomplishments in these domains ✤✤ Features contributions by an international team of leading phonologists ✤✤ Forms the most complete and current look at the subject in print READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates, postgraduate students and researchers in phonology SERIES: BLACKWELL HANDBOOKS IN LINGUISTICS

AUG 2011  868PP  978-1-4051-5768-1  CL  £135.00  €162.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-631-20126-7

The Handbook of Language Socialization Edited by ALESSANDRO DURANTI, ELINOR OCHS & BAMBI B. SCHIEFFELIN University of California, Los Angeles, USA; University of California, Los Angeles, USA; University of New York, USA

✤✤ Presents a comprehensive survey of the field of language socialization ✤✤ Spans the fields of anthropology, education, applied linguistics, and human development ✤✤ Includes the latest developments in second and heritage language socialization, and literary and media socialization ✤✤ Discusses socialization across the entire life span and across institutional settings, including families, schools, work places, and churches READERSHIP: Upper level undergraduate and postgraduate courses in anthropology, education, cultural psychology, family communication, applied linguistics, pragmatics, and sociolinguistics

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SERIES: BLACKWELL HANDBOOKS IN LINGUISTICS

JUL 2011  608PP  978-1-4051-9186-9  CL  £110.00  €132.00


new in paperback

Edited by MICHAEL H. LONG & CATHERINE J. DOUGHTY Both of University of Maryland, USA

✤✤ A comprehensive reference work on language teaching, which combines the latest research findings, coverage of core topics, and examples of teaching experience from a variety of languages and settings ✤✤ Provides a unique breadth of coverage, including: the psycholinguistic underpinnings of language learning; social, political, and educational contexts; program design; teacher education; and assessment and evaluation ✤✤ Offers a balanced evaluation of the major positions and approaches, including examining the increasingly important social and political context of language teaching ✤✤ Written by an international and interdisciplinary group of authors from a dozen different countries READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates, postgraduates, faculty and researchers within second language teaching, applied linguistics, and education SERIES: BLACKWELL HANDBOOKS IN LINGUISTICS

AUG 2011  824PP  978-1-4443-5002-9  PR  £29.99  €36.00 CL (2009) 978-1-4051-5489-5

Variationist Sociolinguistics Change, Observation, Interpretation

SALI A. TAGLIAMONTE University of Toronto, Canada

✤✤ Represents the most up-to-date coverage of the history, developments, and methodologies of variationist sociolinguistics ✤✤ Addresses all aspects of linguistic variation, including areas not usually covered in introductory texts ✤✤ Outlines comparative sociolinguistic approach, data collection, methodological issues; and addresses stateof-the-art contemporary quantitative methods and statistical practice

LINGUISTICS / FILM & TV STUDIES

The Handbook of Language Teaching

✤✤ Engages students throughout with a variety of pedagogical features, and offers students the opportunity to do hands-on quantitative analysis of a never-before published data set READERSHIP: Intermediate and advanced students in sociolinguistics SERIES: LANGUAGE IN SOCIETY

SEP 2011  272PP  978-1-4051-3591-7  PR  £22.99  €27.60  /  978-1-4051-3590-0  CL  £60.00  €72.00

J.G. Schottelius’s Ausführliche Arbeit von der Teutschen HaubtSprache (1663) and its Place in Early Modern European Vernacular Language Study NICOLA MCLELLAND University of Nottingham, UK

✤✤ Presents a comprehensive reassessment of Schottelius’s legacy both in Germany and Europe ✤✤ Offers comprehensive documentation of Schottelius’s numerous sources to show the range and limits of scholarly knowledge in seventeenth-century Germany ✤✤ Introduces new data that provides insight into whether a grammarian like Schottelius could have any impact on how people actually wrote ✤✤ Traces Schottelius’s influence on Dutch, Danish, Swedish, and Russian grammar READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate and postgraduate level students for courses in linguistics, German studies, history of ideas, European intellectual history; also for researchers and sociolinguists SERIES: PUBLICATIONS OF THE PHILOLOGICAL SOCIETY

JUL 2011  256PP  978-1-4443-3961-1  PR  £22.99  €27.60

Hairspray DANA HELLER Old Dominion University, USA

✤✤ The first scholarly work on any of film director John Waters’ films and a richly rewarding glimpse into a cultural mirror couched in mainstream escapist entertainment ✤✤ Incorporates original interview material with the director ✤✤ Provides thought-provoking discussions about topics ranging from camp and queer theory to gender performance and the body; from debates over postmodern style vs. substance to fandom in popular culture and the history of the American film musical ✤✤ Explores the film’s treatment of racial and sexual politics, cultural transgressions, and Waters’ trademark social satire READERSHIP: Undergraduate and postgraduate students of film and media, gender studies, and cultural studies; also of interest to general readers SERIES: WILEY-BLACKWELL STUDIES IN FILM AND TELEVISION

JUL 2011  176PP  978-1-4051-9198-2  PR  £11.99  €14.40  /  978-1-4051-9162-3  CL  £45.00  €54.00

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The News and Public Opinion

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CULTURAL & MEDIA STUDIES / COMMUNICATION STUDIES & JOURNALISM

MEDIA EFFECTS ON CIVIC LIFE

MAXWELL MCCOMBS, LANCE HOLBERT, SPIRO KIOUSIS & WAYNE WANTA University of Texas, Austin; Ohio State University; University of Florida; University of Missouri-Columbia

✤✤ Introductory textbook on a major area of media and journalism studies. ✤✤ Outlines the research across the key stages of the acquisition of information, formation of attitudes and opinions and the consequences of all these elements for participation in public life. ✤✤ Written by a highly experienced author team. ✤✤ Balances coverage of new media innovations in news with enduring mainstream forms. READERSHIP: Upper level undergraduate students in North America taking courses on public opinion, political communication and journalism/news media. SERIES: CONTEMPORARY POLITICAL COMMUNICATION

SEP 2011  218PP  978-0-7456-4519-3  PR  £18.99  €22.80  /  978-0-7456-4518-6  CL  £55.00  €66.00

The Material Child

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Growing Up in Consumer Culture

DAVID BUCKINGHAM Institute of Education, University of London

✤✤ An original examination of the effects of consumer culture on children. ✤✤ Draws on a major study the author was commissioned to lead for the UK Government on this topic. ✤✤ Written by one of the world’s top scholars on childhood and media/culture. ✤✤ Works both as an overview for courses and also as the kind of book which will be of trade review interest. READERSHIP: Students taking courses on consumer culture, children and the media, advertising and society as well as policy makers and educators.

SEP 2011  296PP  978-0-7456-4771-5  PR  £15.99  €19.20  /  978-0-7456-4770-8  CL  £55.00  €66.00

Managing Corporate Social Responsibility A Communication Approach

W. TIMOTHY COOMBS & SHERRY J. HOLLADAY Both of University of Central Florida, USA

✤✤ A strategic, communication-centered approach to integrating CSR into organizations which draws on theories from various disciplines, including PR, marketing, media, communication, and business ✤✤ Outlines steps for researching, developing, implementing, and evaluating CSR initiatives ✤✤ Discusses ways to maximize the use of social media and traditional media throughout the process ✤✤ Draws on a range of international examples from a variety of organizations and industries including The Forest Stewardship Council, Starbucks Coffee, and IKEA READERSHIP: Upper-level undergraduates, postgraduates and scholars of public relations, corporate communication, strategic communication, business ethics, marketing, and business management

AUG 2011  200PP  978-1-4443-3645-0  PR  £21.99  €26.40  /  978-1-4443-3629-0  CL  £49.99  €60.00

Diversity in U.S. Mass Media CATHERINE A. LUTHER, CAROLYN RINGER LEPRE & NAEEMAH CLARK University of Tennessee, USA; Marist College, USA; Elon University, USA

✤✤ A core textbook that provides comprehensive coverage of the evolution and issues surrounding portrayals of social groups within the mass media of the United States ✤✤ Provides an overview of key theories that have guided research in the field ✤✤ Discusses the impact new media has on representation and how technology is giving a new voice to various social groups ✤✤ Includes specially-commissioned interviews with media professionals ✤✤ Offers helpful supplementary features such as a glossary, questions for reflection, suggestions for projects related to diversity in mass media, and accompanying online resources for both instructors and students

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READERSHIP: Upper level undergraduates and postgraduates of media and society courses and courses such as gender, culture and communication; race, ethnicity and film; and diversity in the media

AUG 2011  384PP  978-1-4051-8792-3  PR  £24.99  €30.00  /  978-1-4051-8793-0  CL  £60.00  €72.00


3rd Edition

VICTOR COHN, LEWIS COPE & DEBORAH COHN RUNKLE Late of The Washington Post, USA; Minneapolis St Paul Star Tribune, USA; American Association for the Advancement of Science, USA

✤✤ A new edition of this clear and comprehensive introduction to the role, logic and language of statistics for aspiring writers and reporters, updated with new examples, cases and stories throughout ✤✤ Includes new sections on computer modelling, missing numbers, health care quality and its costs and risks ✤✤ Features a completely new chapter on reporting on risk ✤✤ Illustrates how an understanding of statistics can help in writing about business, education, environmental policy, sports, health, medicine, politics, crime and other topics READERSHIP: Upper level undergraduate students of journalism, technical writing, and science and health

AUG 2011  224PP  978-1-4051-6096-4  PR  £24.99  €30.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-8138-1424-7

The World News Prism Challenges of Digital Communication 8th Edition

WILLIAM A. HACHTEN & JAMES F. SCOTTON University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA; Marquette University, USA

✤✤ 8th edition of this popular and established textbook analyzing the changing role of transnational news media, which has been fully revised and updated throughout ✤✤ Includes a new chapter dedicated solely to evolving media in developing nations, particularly in the Middle East and Africa ✤✤ Expands the discussion of growing news systems in China and India and the impact of digital media on traditional societies. ✤✤ Features important updates on the decline of print media in the West and the impact of this on global reporting READERSHIP: Students and scholars of mass communication, international communication, media studies, and journalism; journalism professionals

AUG 2011  256PP  978-1-4443-3858-4  PR  £23.99  €28.80 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-4051-5057-6

The Student Newspaper Survival Guide 2nd Edition

RACHELE KANIGEL San Francisco State University, USA

✤✤ The go-to source for student journalists, guiding them through the intricate, multi-step process of producing a student newspaper ✤✤ Extensively updated and expanded to discuss many of the changes in the field of journalism and in student newspapers, with two new chapters to enhance the focus on multimedia journalism and social media

COMMUNICATION STUDIES & JOURNALISM / SOCIOLOGY

News and Numbers

✤✤ Tackles the challenges of reporting, writing, editing, designing, and publishing campus newspapers and websites ✤✤ Chapters include examples of award-winning student journalism, discussion questions, exercises, and projects READERSHIP: Undergraduate students of newspaper production, newswriting and online journalism; student reporters, editors, page designers, and publication advisers

JUL 2011  224PP  978-1-4443-3238-4  PR  £21.99  €26.40 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-8138-0741-6

Culture in a Liquid Modern World

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ZYGMUNT BAUMAN Universities of Leeds and Warsaw

✤✤ Zygmunt Bauman is one of the most original and influential social thinkers of our time. ✤✤ In this new book Bauman argues that, in our contemporary liquid-modern world, culture seeks no longer to enlighten the people but to seduce them. ✤✤ The function of culture today is not to satisfy existing needs but to create new ones, while simultaneously ensuring that existing needs remain permanently unfulfilled. ✤✤ Bauman retraces the history of the concept of culture and explores its fate in a world marked by the powerful new forces of globalization, migration and the intermingling of populations. READERSHIP: Suitable for undergraduate students and scholars of sociology and politics, as well as interested general readers

JUN 2011  127PP  978-0-7456-5355-6  PR  £12.99  €15.60  /  978-0-7456-5354-9  CL  £40.00  €48.00

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Power in the 21st Century

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SOCIOLOGY

Conversations with John A. Hall

MICHAEL MANN University of California, Los Angeles

✤✤ Michael Mann is one of the top sociologists in the world today, and probably the leading figure in comparative and historical sociology. ✤✤ He’s particularly well known for his projected trilogy on the sources of social power, a sociological history of societies from the beginning to the present, the first two volumes of which appeared in 1986 and 1993 and the third is due to appear in 2011 or 2012. ✤✤ This book is based on a series of conversations between Michael Mann and John Hall. The conversations explore Mann’s highly influential account of power and enable Mann to develop his views on the changing forms of global power in the late 20th and early 21st centuries. ✤✤ This topical and wide-ranging book provides the reader with a very accessible analysis by one of the world’s leading social scientists of the major forces that have shaped our world over the last half-century. READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates and above in sociology and politics

APR 2011  160PP  978-0-7456-5323-5  PR  £14.99  €18.00  /  978-0-7456-5322-8  CL  £50.00  €60.00

Mental Illness

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JOAN BUSFIELD University of Essex

✤✤ A concise and sophisticated introduction to the contested concept of ‘Mental Illness’. ✤✤ Brings together a range of insights and interpretations from various disciplines including sociology, psychology, psychiatry and the neurosciences. ✤✤ Accessibly combines theory and practical examples to demonstrate the nuances and complexities of different approaches to mental illness. ✤✤ Written by a leading expert in the sociology of mental health. READERSHIP: Upper-level undergraduate and postgraduate students of health psychology, sociology of health and health policy, as well as students of social work, clinical psychology and nursing SERIES: KEY CONCEPTS IN THE SOCIAL SCIENCES

SEP 2011  176PP  978-0-7456-4906-1  PR  £15.99  €19.20  /  978-0-7456-4905-4  CL  £50.00  €60.00

Cognitive Capitalism

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YANN MOULIER-BOUTANG ✤✤ This book argues that we are undergoing a transition from industrial capitalism to a new form of capitalism – what the author calls ‘cognitive capitalism’. ✤✤ Cognitive capitalism is a form of capitalism based on the accumulation of ‘immaterial capital’, the dissemination of knowledge and the driving role of the knowledge economy. Knowledge, science and technology become leading productive forces, and cooperation within networks becomes crucial. ✤✤ The author argues that the fact that we now live in a new form of capitalist society, characterized by the central role of knowledge and networks, has far-reaching social and political implications which are spelled out in this book. ✤✤ The arguments of this book resonate with those developed by Hardt and Negri in their bestselling book Empire and this book will appeal to a similar readership. READERSHIP: Students and scholars in sociology, politics, cultural studies and the humanities and social sciences generally.

SEP 2011  200PP  978-0-7456-4733-3  PR  £15.99  €19.20  /  978-0-7456-4732-6  CL  £50.00  €60.00

Institutions and the Economy

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FRANCESCO DUINA Bates College, USA, and Visiting Professor at the Department of Business and Politics, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark

✤✤ Clear and concise book that explains how the functioning and shape of the economy depend upon social institutions. ✤✤ Reveals the crucial role formal and informal institutions in everyday life play in how the economy works. ✤✤ Relates this institutional analysis of the economy to all levels of social life, from the individual, through the actions of firms and governments, to the growth of international trade. ✤✤ Part of Polity’s well-respected Economy & Society series. READERSHIP: Upper-level courses in economic sociology, political economy, business organizations, and social policy. SERIES: ECONOMY AND SOCIETY

AUG 2011  216PP  978-0-7456-4830-9  PR  £15.99  €19.20  /  978-0-7456-4829-3  CL  £50.00  €60.00

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9th Edition

SUE TITUS REID Florida State University, USA

✤✤ Extensively revised to include the most up-to-date information on research, legal cases, and current events ✤✤ Provides balanced coverage of all aspects of criminal justice ✤✤ Full color throughout, including photographs of current events and extensive illustrations ✤✤ Considers topics such as victims, age, gender, race, ethnicity, disability, and socioeconomic status ✤✤ Focuses on the system nature of actions in criminal justice ✤✤ Student study guide also available; website contains instructor’s manual, test banks, and PowerPoint slides for each chapter READERSHIP: Introductory undergraduate courses in criminal justice

AUG 2011  576PP  978-0-470-65887-1  PR  £60.00  €72.00

Body Work in Health and Social Care Critical Themes, New Agendas

Edited by JULIA TWIGG, CAROL WOLKOWITZ, RACHEL LARA COHEN & SARAH NETTLETON University of Kent, UK; University of Warwick, UK; University of Surrey, UK; University of York, UK

✤✤ The first book directly to address this central concept in health and social care ✤✤ Analyzes the meaning of body work for those employed to do it as well as for those on whose bodies they work

SOCIOLOGY / GENDER STUDIES

Criminal Justice Essentials

✤✤ Explores the commonalities between different sectors of work, including those outside health and social care ✤✤ Contributions come from an international range of experts ✤✤ Draws on perspectives from across the medical, therapeutic, and care fields ✤✤ Incorporates a variety of methodological approaches, from life history analysis to ethnographic studies and first person accounts READERSHIP: Academics, researchers and students taking courses in health, social care, sociology, social policy, work and organisations SERIES: SOCIOLOGY OF HEALTH & ILLNESS MONOGRAPH SERIES

JUL 2011  184PP  978-1-4443-4987-0  PR  £19.99  €24.00

Joining the Resistance

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CAROL GILLIGAN New York University

✤✤ Carol Gilligan is one of the most well-known and influential feminist scholars in the world today. ✤✤ Her landmark book In A Different Voice sold over 800,000 copies and is one of the most widely read books ever written on gender and human development. ✤✤ In this new book Gilligan reflects on the evolution of her thinking and shows how her key ideas were interwoven with her own life experiences. ✤✤ She explains how she came to develop her views on the ethics of care and how her subsequent work on adolescent girls opened the way for the development of a more humane way of thinking about personal and political relationships. ✤✤ Gilligan argues that the requisites for love and the requisites for citizenship in a democratic society are one and the same. READERSHIP: Students of feminism, gender studies and culture studies, as well as a general readership

APR 2011  197PP  978-0-7456-5169-9  CL  £16.99  €20.40

The Future of Feminism

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SYLVIA WALBY Lancaster University and UNESCO Chair in Gender Research

✤✤ Think-piece by one of the world’s leading authorities in the field of gender studies. ✤✤ Offers a provocative riposte to the notion that feminism is dead. ✤✤ Provides a succinct yet comprehensive critical review of recent treatments of feminism explaining why they have got it wrong. ✤✤ Definitive account of feminism’s new and varied projects, goals, alliances and organizational forms today. READERSHIP: Students and scholars in Sociology, Politics, Gender Studies, Social Policy, Public Policy and Cultural Studies

JUL 2011  202PP  978-0-7456-4757-9  PR  £15.99  €19.20  /  978-0-7456-4756-2  CL  £50.00  €60.00

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Africa’s Moment

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POLITICS

JEAN-MICHEL SEVERINO & OLIVIER RAY ✤✤ This is a timely and important book on Africa and its future. ✤✤ Unlike so many books about Africa which focus on the wars and poverty that blight the continent, this book adopts a fresh and more positive view. While poverty and violence are still rampant, economic growth has also taken off, it is bursting with energy and life and the middle class is rapidly expanding. If Africa once made a false start, it is now in the fast lane of economic development. ✤✤ The authors examine the extraordinary population growth in Africa and the development implications of this, including such key topics as minerals, religion, democracy, cities, agriculture, media and energy. ✤✤ Without ignoring the great challenges and risks, this refreshing new book brings out the hopes and opportunities that face a newly emerging Africa in the 21st century. READERSHIP: Students of political science, economics and international relations, as well as a wide general readership

AUG 2011  336PP  978-0-7456-5157-6  CL  £20.00  €24.00

Islamism

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ANDERS STRINDBERG & MATS WÄRN Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California; Stockholm University

✤✤ An outstanding introduction to one of the defining ideologies of 21st century politics ✤✤ Provides a systematic guide to the complex and conflicting discourses which motivate Islamist groups including Hizballah, Al Qu’ida and Hamas ✤✤ Gives a balanced and unbiased account both of the historical rise of Islam, and of its psychological and social rationales READERSHIP: Students of Islamic Studies and international politics; interested general readers.

AUG 2011  248PP  978-0-7456-4062-4  PR  £15.99  €19.20  /  978-0-7456-4061-7  CL  £50.00  €60.00

The Progressive Tradition Eighty Years of The Political Quarterly

Edited by ANDREW GAMBLE & TONY WRIGHT University of Sheffield, UK; Birbeck College, University of London, and MP For Cannock Chase, UK

✤✤ Contains a selection of articles from eight decades of progressive writing and provides both a fascinating window on the past and a stimulus to thought and action in the present ✤✤ A free-thinking platform for the leading voices of the progressive tradition in British politics ✤✤ Aims to bridge the divide between thought and action and to provide an intellectual foundation for practical reform and for progressive politics READERSHIP: Researchers, academics and advanced undergraduate students for courses in British politics; also political science and policy studies; politicians and their advisors; civil servants and researchers SERIES: THE POLITICAL QUARTERLY MONOGRAPH SERIES

MAR 2011  332PP  978-1-4443-4993-1  PR  £17.99  €21.60

The JCMS Annual Review of the European Union in 2010 Edited by NATHANIEL COPSEY & TIM HAUGHTON Both of University of Birmingham, UK

✤✤ Covers the key developments in the European Union, its member states, and acceding and/or applicant countries in 2010 ✤✤ Contains analytical articles and keynote contributions written by leading experts in their respective fields covering political, economic and legal issues ✤✤ Includes the JCMS Annual Review Lecture, and contributions from a wide range of authors ✤✤ The most up-to-date and authoritative source of information for those engaged in teaching and research or who are simply interested in the European Union READERSHIP: Students and academics studying the EU, national public officials and officials of EU institutions, researchers and research institutes specializing in EU affairs, lobbyists, and consultants

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SERIES: JOURNAL OF COMMON MARKET STUDIES

AUG 2011  304PP  978-1-4443-3905-5  PR  £17.99  €21.60


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MASSIMO AMATO & LUCA FANTACCI Both of Bocconi University

✤✤ This is a work of real quality on an immensely important topic - i.e. why the current financial crisis came about and what we can and should do to reform the financial system. ✤✤ The authors develop a very distinctive and original argument about the nature of the modern financial system and how to reform it which should attract attention. ✤✤ This book will sell into economics, political economy and economic sociology, which are solid markets, and to those working in the area of critical accountancy. ✤✤ The text is accessible and should appeal to professionals and others interested in understanding the origins of the financial crisis. READERSHIP: Students of economics, political economy and economic sociology, professionals as well as the interested general reader

SEP 2011  320PP  978-0-7456-5111-8  PR  £17.99  €21.60  /  978-0-7456-5110-1  CL  £55.00  €66.00

Economic Policy 67 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; Tilburg University, the Netherlands

✤✤ Provides 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 ✤✤ This unique approach guarantees incisive debate and alternative interpretations of the evidence READERSHIP: Economists, economists in international economic agencies, and economists in research centre economics faculty, undergraduates and postgraduates, business and governments SERIES: ECONOMIC POLICY

JUL 2011  256PP  978-1-4443-3871-3  PR  £25.00  €30.00

Still Life

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Hopes, Desires and Satisfactions

HENRIETTA L. MOORE University of Cambridge and London School of Economics

✤✤ Henrietta Moore is one of the leading theorists of Social Anthropology. ✤✤ This is a very wide-ranging study, drawing on examples from African initiation rituals to Japanese anime, and from sex in virtual worlds to Schubert. ✤✤ The author argues for an ethics of engagement based on an understanding of the human need to engage with cultural problems and seek social change. READERSHIP: Undergraduates and postgraduate students of globalization, cultural studies and anthropology

SEP 2011  224PP  978-0-7456-3646-7  PR  £15.99  €19.20  /  978-0-7456-3645-0  CL  £50.00  €60.00

ECONOMICS / ANTHROPOLOGY & ARCHAEOLOGY / GEOGRAPHY

The End of Finance

Global Warming – Understanding the Forecast 2nd Edition

DAVID ARCHER University of Chicago, USA

✤✤ Provides a comprehensive introduction to all aspects of global warming, from the distant past to the distant future. ✤✤ Assumes no specialist scientific knowledge. ✤✤ Gives a detailed examination of the greenhouse effect, the carbon cycle and discussion of what the future holds for the global climate. ✤✤ A companion website provides on-line interactive computer models of the physics and chemistry behind the global warming forecast, which can be used to support suggested student projects included at the end of each chapter. READERSHIP: Undergraduate students studying climatology as a degree or module.

AUG 2011  292PP  978-0-470-94341-0  PR  £44.95  €53.60

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The EU and Neighbors

GEOGRAPHY / HUMAN GEOGRAPHY / HISTORY

2nd Edition

BRIAN W. BLOUET College of William and Mary, USA

✤✤ An examination of the origin of evolution of the EU within the physical, cultural and political framework of the geographic regions. ✤✤ Discusses countries in the order they entered the European community Examines settlement patterns including farms, villages, towns and cities. ✤✤ Describes the eastward expansion in 2004 to include the Baltics, Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, and Slovenia. ✤✤ Details the agriculture, industry and services available in the various countries. READERSHIP: Undergraduate courses in European Geography. SERIES: A GEOGRAPHY OF EUROPE IN THE MODERN WORLD

AUG 2012  552PP  978-0-470-94340-3  PR  £79.50  €95.20

Worlding Cities

Asian Experiments and the Art of Being Global

Edited by ANANYA ROY & AIHWA ONG Both of University of California, Berkeley, USA

✤✤ First serious study of Asian urbanism to highlight the connections between different Asian models and practices of urbanization ✤✤ Describes the new theoretical framework of worlding ✤✤ Substantially expands and updates the themes of capital and culture ✤✤ Includes a unique collection of authors across generations, disciplines, and sites of study ✤✤ Demonstrates how references to Asian power, success, and hegemony make possible urban development and limit urban politics READERSHIP: Postgraduate and undergraduate students and academics of anthropology, geography, sociology, urban studies, politics, global studies, urban planning, architecture, cultural studies and Asian studies SERIES: STUDIES IN URBAN AND SOCIAL CHANGE

MAY 2011  368PP  978-1-4051-9276-7  PR  £19.99  €24.00  /  978-1-4051-9277-4  CL  £55.00  €66.00

Lady Jane Grey

new in paperback

A Tudor Mystery

ERIC IVES University of Birmingham, UK

✤✤ The first major study of the 1553 accession crisis, when Edward VI’s death left England in turmoil ✤✤ Presents a vivid new portrait of Lady Jane Grey, depicting her as a forceful, educated individual ✤✤ Offers a fresh assessment of the characters involved: Edward VI; Mary Tudor; John Dudley, duke of Northumberland; and Jane’s father, Henry Grey ✤✤ Reveals the protagonist ultimately responsible for Jane’s death, as Ives takes us through the summer of 1553 and the unfolding tragedy leading to Jane’s execution ✤✤ From the author of the bestselling The Life and Death of Anne Boleyn; major press features and reviews expected READERSHIP: General readers; students and scholars of Tudor history

SEP 2011  392PP  978-1-4443-5018-0  PR  £12.99  €15.60 CL (2009) 978-1-4051-9413-6

Wood

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A History

JOACHIM RADKAU University of Bielefeld

✤✤ Radkau is an important German historian who works on the history of technology among other things. ✤✤ His most recent work examines the social, economic and cultural history of wood as a natural resource. ✤✤ This is a high-quality book: a work of real scholarship which is, at the same time, accessible to a general readership. READERSHIP: Students and scholars in environmental history, cultural history, economic history; general readers, including those interested in environmental issues.

SEP 2011  978-0-7456-4688-6  400PP  CL  £25.00  €30.00

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The Jewish Administration of Holocaust Vienna, 1938–1945

DORON RABINOVICI ✤✤ This is a major new study of the very sensitive question of the collaboration of Jews with the Nazi regime. ✤✤ The book uses newly discovered archival material to examine the role of the Judenrat or Jewish Council in Holocaust Vienna. ✤✤ It was in Vienna that Eichmann developed and tested his model for a Nazi Jewish policy from 1938 onwards, so the situation in Vienna sheds fresh light on the way that the Nazi regime incorporated the Jewish community into its machinery of destruction.

HISTORY

Eichmann’s Jews

✤✤ This book enables us to understand in a new way the terrible reality of the victim’s plight: faced with the stark choice of death or cooperation, many Jews chose to cooperate with the authorities in the hope that their actions might turn out to be the lesser evil. ✤✤ The author is a well-known and successful writer and he has recently been shortlisted for a prestigious literary prize. READERSHIP: Students of the Holocaust, Jewish History and the History of War

AUG 2011  264PP  978-0-7456-4682-4  CL  £20.00  €24.00

Sex Before Sexuality

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A Premodern History

KIM M. PHILLIPS & BARRY REAY Both of University of Auckland

✤✤ A lively history of sex and sexuality in the medieval and early modern periods. ✤✤ As the book is focussed on the medieval and early modern periods, it corrects an imbalance in the literature in this area, which focuses a lot more on the modern. ✤✤ A sustained exploration of sex as a social, cultural and historical construct. ✤✤ Phillips and Reay argue that students of premodern sex will be blocked in their understanding if they use terms and concepts applicable to sexuality since the late nineteenth century. READERSHIP: Undergraduate students of history, sexuality and related disciplines. SERIES: THEMES IN HISTORY

AUG 2011  200PP  978-0-7456-2523-2  PR  £16.99  €20.40  /  978-0-7456-2522-5  CL  £50.00  €60.00

A Companion to Richard M. Nixon Edited by MELVIN SMALL Wayne State University, USA

✤✤ Offers an up-to-date overview of Richard M. Nixon’s life and presidency ✤✤ Examines the central arguments and scholarly debates that surround his term in office ✤✤ Explores Nixon’s historical significance during his tenure as president ✤✤ Covers the full range of topics, from his campaigns for Congress, to his career as Vice-President, to his presidency and Watergate ✤✤ Makes extensive use of the recent paper and electronic releases from the Nixon Presidential Materials Project READERSHIP: Undergraduate and postgraduate students taking courses in twentieth century American history, including US since 1945, The 1960s, The Vietnam War, and American Politics SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO AMERICAN HISTORY

APR 2011  656PP  978-1-4443-3017-5  CL  £110.00  €132.00

America between the Wars, 1919–1941 A Documentary Reader

Edited by DAVID WELKY University of Central Arkansas, USA

✤✤ This collection situates over 70 essential primary documents in their historical context to illustrate the American experience during the interwar era (1919–1941) ✤✤ Introduces a broad range of cultural and historical topics, from race and the role of women to trends in literature and the Great Depression ✤✤ Includes a range of photographs and illustrations ✤✤ End-of-chapter questions encourage critical thinking and analysis, while a bibliography prepares students for further research READERSHIP: Undergraduates in twentieth century US history courses, including Interwar America, US History from 1919–1945, America in the 1920s and 1930s, the United States since 1877, and America from 1900–1945 SERIES: UNCOVERING THE PAST: DOCUMENTARY READERS IN AMERICAN HISTORY

SEP 2011  272PP  978-1-4443-3897-3  PR  £19.99  €24.00  /  978-1-4443-3896-6  CL  £50.00  €60.00

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A Companion to the Latin Language

CLASSICS / ART & ARCHITECTURE

Edited by JAMES CLACKSON University of Cambridge, UK

✤✤ Tracks the development and use of the Latin language from its origins to its modern day usage ✤✤ Brings together contributions from internationally renowned classicists, linguists and Latin language specialists ✤✤ Offers, in a single volume, a detailed account of different literary registers of the Latin language ✤✤ Explores the social and political contexts of Latin ✤✤ Includes new accounts of the Latin language in light of modern linguistic theory ✤✤ Supplemented with illustrations covering the development of the Latin alphabet READERSHIP: Upper-level undergraduate and postgraduate students, scholars and researchers interested in classics and related fields, such as ancient history, medieval studies, modern languages, English, history, and linguistics SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO THE ANCIENT WORLD

AUG 2011  640PP  978-1-4051-8605-6  CL  £110.00  €132.00

The Mediterranean Context of Early Greek History NANCY H. DEMAND Indiana University, Bloomington, USA

✤✤ Exposes the complex interaction of Mediterranean seafaring and maritime connections in the development of the ancient Greek city-states ✤✤ Offers fascinating insights into the origins of urbanization in the ancient Mediterranean ✤✤ Based on the most recent research on the ancient Mediterranean ✤✤ Takes a novel approach to theories of civilization change – foregoing the traditional isolationists model of development in favor of a maritime based network ✤✤ Argues for cultural interactions set in motion by exchange and trade by sea READERSHIP: Postgraduate students and scholars of archaic Greek history and ancient Mediterranean history

JUL 2011  328PP  978-1-4051-5551-9  CL  £85.00  €102.00

Benin Archaeology – The Ancient Kingdoms 2 Volume Set

Edited by KLAVS RANDSBORG & INGA MERKYTE Both of University of Copenhagen, Denmark

✤✤ An archaeological study of Southern Bénin, exploring caves, palaces, geology, burials, iron and ceramics ✤✤ Includes primary information and uncovers a wealth of dense description and images ✤✤ Provides a much-needed study of Southern Bénin where the discipline of archaeology is still in its emerging state ✤✤ The objectives of research were formulated in a simple manner: for whom, why, and when were the caves created? READERSHIP: Students, scholars, and professionals working within archaeology

DEC 2010  480PP  978-1-4051-8569-1  CL  £98.00  €117.60

Michelangelo

new in paperback

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A Tormented Life

ANTONIO FORCELLINO Art Historian and Restorer

✤✤ This major new biography recounts the extraordinary life of one of the most creative figures in Western culture. ✤✤ Antonio Forcellino is one of the world’s leading authorities on Michelangelo and an expert art historian and restorer. ✤✤ This is beautifully illustrated throughout, with fascinating detailed examinations of the major works. READERSHIP: History of art students and art enthusiasts.

SEP 2011  352PP  978-0-7456-4006-8  PR  £14.99  €18.00

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Psychological Solutions to Mental Health Problems

STEFAN G. HOFMANN Boston University, USA

✤✤ Provides an easy-to-read introduction into modern Cognitive Behavioral Therapy approaches with specific case examples and hands-on treatment techniques ✤✤ Discusses the theoretical models of CBT, outlines the different techniques that have been shown to be successful in improving specific psychiatric disorders, and describes important new developments in the field ✤✤ Offers useful guidance for therapists in training and is an invaluable reference tool for experienced clinicians

PSYCHOLOGY

An Introduction to Modern CBT

READERSHIP: Postgraduate students of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and psychological intervention; trainees and clinicians in clinical psychology, psychiatry, social work; and nurses, and other health professionals

JUL 2011  288PP  978-0-470-97175-8  PR  £29.99  €36.00  /  978-0-470-97176-5  CL  £65.00  €78.00

The Mindful Workplace

Developing Resilient Individuals and Resonant Organizations with MBSR

MICHAEL CHASKALSON Mindfulness Works Ltd., UK

✤✤ A practical guide to the benefits of Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) for organizations and the individuals within them ✤✤ Provides techniques which allow people in organizations to listen more attentively, communicate more clearly, manage stress and foster strong relationships ✤✤ Includes a complete eight-week mindfulness training course, specifically customized for workplace settings, along with further reading and training resources READERSHIP: Occupational psychologists and occupational health psychologists; human resources and learning and development professionals; occupational health workers; consultants

AUG 2011  224PP  978-0-470-66159-8  PR  £29.99  €36.00  /  978-0-470-66158-1  CL  £65.00  €78.00

Psychological Recovery Beyond Mental Illness

RETTA ANDRESEN, LINDSAY G. OADES & PETER CAPUTI All at University of Wollongong, Australia

✤✤ Provides a unique framework for understanding recovery from mental illness, for research, and for the development of assessment tools ✤✤ Places the process of recovery within the context of normal human growth and development ✤✤ Compares and contrasts concepts of recovery from mental illness with the literature on grief, loss and trauma ✤✤ Situates recovery within the growing field of positive psychology focusing on the active, hopeful process READERSHIP: Postgraduate students taking courses in clinical psychology, mental health nursing, occupational therapy, and psychiatry. Also of interest to peer support workers, people with a mental illness and their carers

AUG 2011  224PP  978-0-470-71142-2  PR  £31.99  €38.40  /  978-0-470-71143-9  CL  £70.00  €84.00

Clinician’s Handbook for Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Inference-Based Therapy

KIERON O’CONNOR & FREDERICK AARDEMA Both at Centre de Recherche Fernand Seguin, Canada

✤✤ The first book to address inference-based therapy (IBT) as a treatment for all types of obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) ✤✤ Provides clinical examples from the full range of OCD subtypes ✤✤ Describes case management in detail – from initial assessment to finishing therapy and follow-up ✤✤ Shows how IBT can also be generalized and applied to other serious psychiatric disorders READERSHIP: Clinicians, therapists, psychologists, mental health professionals, researchers, academics, clinical students; and people with OCD and their friends and family

SEP 2011  256PP  978-0-470-68410-8  PR  £27.99  €33.60  /  978-0-470-68409-2  CL  £65.00  €78.00

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Phenomenology for Therapists

PSYCHOLOGY

Researching the Lived World

LINDA FINLAY Consultant

✤✤ An accessible, comprehensive exploration of an increasingly popular qualitative research methodology ✤✤ Geared explicitly to the needs of therapists (both psychotherapists and those in the allied health professions) ✤✤ Explains phenomenological concepts and how they are applied to different stages of the research process and to topics relevant to therapy practice READERSHIP: Postgraduate students taking courses in psychotherapy and health care, counsellors, psychotherapists, and professionals working in health, psychology, nursing, teaching, and social work

JUL 2011  288PP  978-0-470-66645-6  PR  £32.99  €39.60  /  978-0-470-66646-3  CL  £65.00  €78.00

Risk Assessment in People with Learning Disabilities 2nd Edition

CAROL SELLARS University of Warwick, UK

✤✤ Reflects important legislative updates made over the past decade relating to intellectual impairment ✤✤ Revisits techniques of risk assessment outlined in the first edition, in light of the recent legislative changes, most notably the 2005 Mental Capacity Act ✤✤ Features comprehensive coverage of the capacity to consent ✤✤ Covers implications of new guidelines issued in relation to the Care Programme Approach (CPA) READERSHIP: Those employed in social and health care settings; also for anyone responsible in some way for the care of people with intellectual impairment SERIES: BPS BLACKWELL SERIES

SEP 2011  196PP  978-0-470-97485-8  PR  £27.99  €33.60 REPLACES ISBN 978-0-631-23547-7

Qualitative Research Methods in Mental Health and Psychotherapy A Guide for Students and Practitioners

DAVID HARPER & ANDREW R. THOMPSON University of East London, UK; Sheffield University, UK

✤✤ Provides a user-friendly introduction to the qualitative methods most commonly used in the mental health and psychotherapy arena ✤✤ Provides chapter-by-chapter guidance on conducting a qualitative study across a range of approaches ✤✤ Offers guidance on how to review and appraise existing qualitative literature, how to choose the most appropriate method, and how to consider ethical issues ✤✤ Demonstrates how specific methods have been applied to questions in mental health research READERSHIP: Postgraduate students, trainees, researchers and practitioners in the mental health field

JUL 2011  224PP  978-0-470-66370-7  PR  £29.99  €36.00  /  978-0-470-66373-8  CL  £65.00  €78.00

Children’s Testimony

A Handbook of Psychological Research and Forensic Practice 2nd Edition

Edited by MICHAEL E. LAMB, DAVID J. LA ROOY, LINDSAY C. MALLOY & CARMIT KATZ University of Cambridge, UK; University of Abertay, Dundee, UK; Florida International University, USA; University of Cambridge, UK

✤✤ Explores a range of issues involved with children’s testimony and their ability to provide reliable testimony about experienced or witnessed events, including abuse ✤✤ Avoids jargon and highly technical language ✤✤ Includes a comprehensive range of contributions from an international group of practitioners and researchers to ensure topicality and relevance READERSHIP: Primarily for practitioners, researchers, and investigative interviewers; also for postgraduate level students and professional continuing education courses for lawyers, judges, expert witnesses, social workers, intermediaries, and academics

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SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN PSYCHOLOGY OF CRIME, POLICING AND LAW

JUN 2011  456PP  978-0-470-68678-2  PR  £32.99  €39.60  /  978-0-470-68677-5  CL  £75.00  €90.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-471-49173-6


MARY MCMURRAN & PETER STURMEY University of Nottingham, UK; City University of New York, USA

✤✤ The first text on case formulation and forensic populations ✤✤ Addresses risk assessment and implications for treatment ✤✤ Covers a range of serious forensic problems such as violence, sexual offending, personality disorder, and substance misuse ✤✤ Offers guidance for training clinicians on ways to create useful formulations READERSHIP: Forensic and clinical psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, nurses, and other practitioners in forensic services; also for undergraduate courses in forensic psychology and clinical psychology SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY

SEP 2011  256PP  978-0-470-68394-1  PR  £32.99  €39.60 

PSYCHOLOGY

Forensic Case Formulation

/   978-0-470-68395-8  CL  £75.00  €90.00

Work and the Mental Health Crisis in Britain CARL WALKER & BEN FINCHAM University of Brighton, UK; University of Sussex, UK

✤✤ Based on totally new data gathered from employees and managers in the UK ✤✤ Questions the fundamental and largely accepted cultural maxim that work is unquestionably good for people with mental health difficulties ✤✤ Fills a need for an up-to-date, detailed work that explores the ways that mental health and work experiences are constructed, negotiated, constrained and at times, marginalised READERSHIP: Professionals, academics and students in work/organizational psychology, sociology, psychiatry, mental health nursing, economics and politics and social affairs

AUG 2011  208PP  978-0-470-69977-5  CL  £50.00  €60.00

Introduction to Psycholinguistics Understanding Language Science

MATTHEW J. TRAXLER University of California, Davis, USA

✤✤ Provides a step-by-step tour through language acquisition, production, and comprehension, from the word level to sentences and dialogue ✤✤ Incorporates both theory and data, including in-depth descriptions of the experimental evidence behind theories ✤✤ Incorporates a comprehensive review of research in bilingual language processing, sign language, reading, and the neurological basis of language production and comprehension ✤✤ Includes a full program of resources for instructors and students, including review exercises, a test bank, and lecture slides READERSHIP: Undergraduate and postgraduate students taking courses in psycholinguistics, psychology of language, language and cognition, and language science

AUG 2011  528PP  978-1-4051-9862-2  CL  £29.99  €36.00

Marriages and Families in the 21st Century A Bioecological Approach

TASHA R. HOWE Humboldt State University, USA

✤✤ Uses a bioecological model that takes into account our status as both biological and social beings ✤✤ Employs a strengths-based approach that focuses on family processes rather than structure in evaluating families’ optimal health and happiness ✤✤ Explores a wide diversity of family relationships, integrating issues of ethnicity, culture, sexual orientation, and gender throughout ✤✤ Engaging and accessible writing style incorporates contemporary, real-world examples with important theory and research READERSHIP: Undergraduate and postgraduate level students in marriage and family courses in psychology, sociology, social work, nursing, anthropology, and family studies departments

JUL 2011  640PP  978-1-4051-9501-0  CL  £39.99  €48.00

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The Handbook of Contemporary Clinical Hypnosis

PSYCHOLOGY

Theory and Practice

Edited by LES BRANN, JACKY OWENS & ANN WILLIAMSON President of the British Society for Clinical and Academic Hypnosis; President of the Royal Society of Medicine’s Section of Hypnosis and Psychosomatic Medicine; Accredited Member of the British Society of Clinical & Academic Hypnosis

✤✤ Provides an authoritative new reference for practitioners and trainees on the diverse applications of hypnosis, published under the auspices of the British Society for Clinical and Academic Hypnosis (BSCAH) ✤✤ Combines a theoretical framework with material on a wide range of specific disorders including anxiety, stress phobias, eczema, oncology, eating disorders and infertility ✤✤ Shows how to adjust hypnotic techniques for different contexts e.g. when working with children, in emergencies and via a translator ✤✤ Features a variety of case studies that illustrate hypnosis techniques in action READERSHIP: Psychological services professionals; medical and surgical health professionals; nurses and specialists in pain, oncology, and related fields. Will also be of relevance to trainees in clinical hypnosis; libraries; hospitals

SEP 2011  512PP  978-0-470-68367-5  CL  £110.00  €132.00

Psychology of Learning STEPHEN F. DAVIS, RANDOLPH A. SMITH, JAY BROWN & CHRISTOPHER J. RANDALL Texas Wesleyan University; Kennesaw State University, USA

✤✤ A comprehensive and reader-friendly textbook that stresses relevance and the similarities between animal and human learning. ✤✤ Each chapter includes an “Adaptation of Learning” section that highlights the biological impact or biological constraints in the area covered by that chapter. ✤✤ The book emphasizes core concepts, rather than details, throughout the text. ✤✤ The authors provide definitions of key terms in the margin of the page where the terms are introduced for easy access. READERSHIP: Cognitive psychologists, students and lecturers of Psychology

JAN 2011  520PP  978-1-4051-8390-1  CL  £45.00  €54.00

Industrial and Organizational Psychology Research and Practice 6th Edition

PAUL E. SPECTOR Univ. of South Florida, USA

✤✤ Provides students with an understanding of the whole field of Industrial and Organizational psychology by balancing its treatment of both practice and research. ✤✤ Enhanced coverage of topics that have received significant attention in the past few years; including emotional intelligence, emotional labor, accidents, and organizational culture. ✤✤ An active learning feature in every chapter offers the reader the opportunity to complete a relevant exercise either in class or on his or her own time. ✤✤ Research in Detail summaries of particular research studies give added insight to each chapter.I/O Psychology in Practice case studies describe how a practicing I/O psychologist was able to help an organization with a problem. READERSHIP: Undergraduate students taking an industrial and organizational psychology course

SEP 2011  480PP  978-0-470-94976-4  CL  £68.50  €81.60

A History of Modern Psychology 4th Edition

C. JAMES GOODWIN Wheeling Jesuit College, USA

✤✤ With the Fourth Edition of Goodwin’s A History of Modern Psychology, students will learn about the fascinating men and women who helped create and shape the field of psychology. ✤✤ Clarifies the material from the previous editions and elaborates when necessary. ✤✤ Enables the reader to make the connection between psychology and events taking place in that same time period. ✤✤ The text is written in a conversational and engaging style with discrete attention to recent scholarship in the history of psychology, especially that of the past 150 years. READERSHIP: Undergraduate Psychologists, Psychological Historians and Philosophers

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SEP 2011  576PP  978-1-118-01145-4  CL  £39.99  €48.00


Initiatives and Emerging Issues

KATHRYN E. PATTEN & STEPHEN R. CAMPBELL Both of Simon Fraser University, Canada

✤✤ Encourages interdisciplinary perspectives in educational neuroscience ✤✤ Contributions from leading researchers examine key issues relating to educational neuroscience and mind, brain, and education more generally ✤✤ Promotes a theoretical and empirical base for the subject area ✤✤ Identifies agencies, organizations, and associations facilitating development in the field

Education

Educational Neuroscience

READERSHIP: Researchers and upper level students taking courses in mind, brain and education, educational researchers, and developmental and cognitive neuroscientists SERIES: EDUCATIONAL PHILOSOPHY AND THEORY SPECIAL ISSUES

JUL 2011  112PP  978-1-4443-3985-7  PR  £19.99  €24.00

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Science, Technology & Medicine 22

Science, Technology and Medicine


PATRICK DAVEY Northampton General Hospital and University of Oxford

✤✤ The central title in the market-leading at a Glance series, Medicine at a Glance 3rd Edition and its companion volume, Medicine at a Glance: Core Cases, together at specially-discounted price ✤✤ Provides a concise and accessible introduction to the study of medicine and is the ultimate revision guide for the core medical curriculum ✤✤ Medicine at a Glance: Core Cases contains over 200 cases with self-assessment exercises and answers to aid understanding and test student knowledge, following the structure of the main textbook, with over 200 case studies and self-assessment exercises

Medical

Medicine at a Glance Text and Cases Bundle

READERSHIP: Medical students, Foundation programme doctors, junior doctors, and allied health students SERIES: AT A GLANCE SERIES

APR 2011  724PP  978-0-470-67053-8  PR  £39.99

The Endocrine System at a Glance 3rd Edition

BEN GREENSTEIN & DIANA WOOD The Open University; Addenbrooke’s Hospital Cambridge

✤✤ A new edition of this key title in the at a Glance series, focusing on the principles and mechanisms of endocrinology, key endocrine organs, and then sections on reproductive and metabolic endocrinology ✤✤ Ideal for both pre-clinical and clinical endocrinology learning as it reinforces the basic principles and includes clinical scenarios to help emphasise the clinical relevance of all material ✤✤ Includes new material on cancer and endocrinology, the basic diagnostic tests used in the diagnosis of endocrine disorders, and a new chapter on diagnostic tests in relation to the material on feedback loops ✤✤ Features a new section of self-assessment questions, ideal for exam preparation READERSHIP: Medical students, Foundation programme doctors, junior doctors, allied health students, and nurses specialising in endocrinology SERIES: AT A GLANCE SERIES

AUG 2011  136PP  978-1-4443-3215-5  PR  £21.99  €28.80 REPLACES ISBN 9781-4051-0930-7

Rapid Clinical Pharmacology A Student Formulary

ANDREW BATCHELDER, ZIAD ALRIFAI, CHARLENE RODRIGUES & ADRIAN STANLEY University Hospitals of Leicester; University Hospitals of Nottingham; St Mary’s Hospital London; University Hospitals Leicester

✤✤ Provides a concise, structured approach to learning key pharmacology facts in a simple and memorable way ✤✤ Presents the content in the same way as the British National Formulary (BNF) for easy cross-referencing, with one page per drug ✤✤ Provides an overview of only the important, clinically-relevant information, with an emphasis on commonly used drugs ✤✤ Features only the essential, core relevant facts in a concise, pocket-sized, rapid refresher for use on the wards, to provide a thorough foundation of pharmacological knowledge READERSHIP: Medical students, junior doctors, trainee pharmacologists and students preparing for pharmacology examinations SERIES: RAPIDS SERIES

AUG 2011  144PP  978-0-470-65441-5  PR  £19.99  €24.00

EMQs and SBAs for Medical Finals 2nd Edition

JONATHAN BATH, REBECCA MORGAN & MEHOOL PATEL John Hopkins Hospital; St. Thomas’ Hospital, London; University Hospital Lewisham

✤✤ A new edition of this key revision text for medical finals - the exams which all students must sit at the end of medical school ✤✤ Provides five complete practice papers to mirror real-life finals and cover all core topics, plus fully explained answers ✤✤ Each paper contains both EMQs (Extended Matching Questions) and SBAs (Single Best Answers), which are also indexed by topic to allow focused revision ✤✤ The recently-graduated authors write with the needs of today’s medical finalists in mind, and a consultant has acted as advisor to ensure accuracy READERSHIP: All medical students taking final exams

AUG 2011  340PP  978-0-470-65444-6  PR  £21.99  €26.40 REPLACES ISBN 9781-4051-5707-0

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Chest X-Rays for Medical Students

Medical

CHRISTOPHER CLARKE & ANTHONY DUX University Hospitals Leicester; Leicester Royal Infirmary

✤✤ This brand new book teaches the basic principles of chest radiology, the basics of reading a chest radiograph, and the main pathologies to look for in a simple, yet effective way ✤✤ Provides a unique system for analyzing and presenting chest radiographs, ABCDE ✤✤ Explains how to recognize basic radiological signs, pathology and patterns associated with common medical conditions as seen on plain PA (posteroanterior) and AP (anteroposterior) chest radiographs ✤✤ Presents each radiograph twice, side by side - once as would be seen in a clinical setting and again with the pathology clearly highlighted ✤✤ Includes a section of self-assessment and presentation exercises to test knowledge and presentation technique READERSHIP: Medical students, Foundation programme doctors, junior doctors, trainee radiologists, and nurses

AUG 2011  128PP  978-0-470-65619-8  PR  £19.99  €24.00

How to Operate

For MRCS Candidates and Surgical Trainees

MATTHEW STEPHENSON Royal Sussex County Hospital, London

✤✤ Provides a comprehensive training resource with a unique blend of interactive video and printed product in one package ✤✤ Contains 44 of the most common must know general surgical procedures ✤✤ Features the voiceovers and printed transcripts from senior surgical consultants ✤✤ Provides the perfect preparation for the new MRCS Part B exam through a comprehensive set of summary checklists for each procedure READERSHIP: Surgery students taking the MRCS exam, surgeons in training, Foundation programme doctors, medical students, and junior doctors

AUG 2011  192PP  978-0-470-65744-7  PR  £59.99  €72.00

ABC of Colorectal Cancer 2nd Edition

ANNIE YOUNG, RICHARD HOBBS & DAVID KERR University of Birmingham; University of Birmingham; University of Oxford

✤✤ A new edition of this highly illustrated, practical guide to the diagnosis and treatment of colorectal cancer for the non-specialist ✤✤ Covers the core knowledge on therapy, management and diagnosis and highlights the evidence base ✤✤ Includes new drug treatments, and coverage of a new screening programme, and reference to key evidence and UK guidelines ✤✤ Provides a quick reference and refresher on a growing topic READERSHIP: GPs, primary care practitioners, practice nurses, cancer nurses and junior doctors SERIES: ABC SERIES

AUG 2011  72PP  978-1-4051-7763-4  PR  £17.99  €21.60 REPLACE ISBN 9780-7279-1526-9

ABC of Pain LESLEY COLVIN & MARIE FALLON Consultant Anaesthetist, Department of Clinical Neurosciences, Western General Hospital, Edinburgh, UK; St Columba’s Hospice Chair of Palliative Medicine, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK

✤✤ Pain is a common presentation and this brand new ABC series title focuses on the pain management issues most often encountered in primary care ✤✤ Covers all the chronic pain presentations in primary care right through to tertiary and palliative care ✤✤ Includes guidance on pain management in special groups such as pregnancy, children, the elderly and the terminally ill ✤✤ Offers new findings on the effectiveness of interventions ✤✤ Includes the progression to acute pain and appropriate pharmacological management ✤✤ Features pain assessment, epidemiology and the evidence base in a truly comprehensive reference

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READERSHIP: GPs, junior doctors, nurse specialists in primary care, palliative care specialists, hospital and hospice staff managing chronically and terminally ill patients SERIES: ABC SERIES

AUG 2011  112PP  978-1-4051-7621-7  PR  £24.99  €30.00


Communication and Participation in Health. A Cochrane Handbook.

SOPHIE HILL Cochrane Consumers and Communication Review; La Trobe University, Australia

✤✤ Provides health professionals with the information and understanding to communicate effectively with their patients ✤✤ Covers the benefits of improving peoples participation in their health through effective interaction ✤✤ Presented in an evidence-based format

Medical

The Knowledgeable Patient

READERSHIP: Undergraduate and postgraduate health students, and family practitioners SERIES: COCHRANE HANDBOOK SERIES

SEP 2011  256PP  978-1-4443-3717-4  PR  £29.99  €36.00

Anticoagulation for the Hospitalist MARGARET C. FANG University of California, San Francisco

✤✤ Provides an evidence-based guide to the vital topic of anticoagulation in the hospital setting ✤✤ Addresses the most commonly used anticoagulant agents and primary indications for their use at therapeutic levels ✤✤ Presents the latest advances in anticoagulation drugs and therapeutic approaches ✤✤ Includes a review of the epidemiology and treatment of complications associated with anticoagulants and the use of anticoagulants in special populations - older patients, pregnant women, etc READERSHIP: Hospital-based clinicians, physicians, pharmacists and nurses SERIES: HOSPITAL MEDICINE: CURRENT CONCEPTS SERIES

SEP 2011  328PP  978-0-470-60211-9  CL  £46.95  €56.40

The Maudsley Prescribing Guidelines for Mental Health 11th Edition

DAVID TAYLOR, CAROL PATON & SHITIJ KAPUR Maudsley Hospital, London; Maudsley Hospital, London; Institute of Psychiatry

✤✤ New edition of a renowned bestseller - previously published by Informa Healthcare ✤✤ Continues to provide invaluable guidance on the safe, effective and economic use of medicines in mental health ✤✤ Offers improved navigation and a clearer page design for ease of use ✤✤ Written by an established author team with an impeccable reputation READERSHIP: Psychiatrists, neuropharmacologists, pharmacists, clinical psychologists, trainees in these fields, advanced psychiatric nurses

SEP 2011  528PP  978-0-470-97948-8  PR  £49.99  €60.00 REPLACES ISBN 9781-8418-4699-6 (Informa)

Child Psychology and Psychiatry Frameworks for Practice

DAVID SKUSE, HELEN BRUCE, LINDA DOWDNEY & DAVID MRAZEK UCL Institute of Child Health, London; Emmanuel Miller Centre, London; Consultant Clinical Psychologist, UK; Mayo Clinic, USA

✤✤ An up-to-date introductory guide to key topics in child psychology and psychiatry, written by expert clinicians and researchers in the fields of both normal and atypical child development ✤✤ Topics covered include: the acquisition of developmental competencies; the promotion of child wellbeing; influences upon psychopathology; atypical development including clinical syndromes and developmental disorders; assessment of presenting problems and approaches to intervention ✤✤ Designed to be accessible for students and trainees with illustrations, flow charts, diagrams and boxes summarizing key learning points. READERSHIP: Trainees in psychiatry, clinical psychology, psychotherapy and educational psychology; child and adolescent psychiatrists; psychologists, mental health nurses; social workers

JUN 2011  320PP  978-0-470-97382-0  PR  £39.99  €48.00

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Post-traumatic Stress Disorder

Medical

Evidence and Experience

DAN J. STEIN, MATTHEW FRIEDMAN & CARLOS BLANCO University of Cape Town; Dartmouth Medical School; Columbia University

✤✤ Unique book addressing all aspects of post-traumatic stress disorder ✤✤ Contains a critical review of the evidence on causes and treatment ✤✤ Insightful commentaries from experts putting the evidence in context ✤✤ Part of the World Psychiatric Association Series READERSHIP: Psychiatrists, psychiatry trainees, clinical psychologists SERIES: WORLD PSYCHIATRIC ASSOCIATION SERIES

AUG 2011  320PP  978-0-470-68897-7  CL  £49.99  €60.00

Suicide Risk Management A Manual for Health Professionals 2nd Edition

STAN KUTCHER & SONIA CHEHIL Dalhousie University, Canada; Dalhousie University, Canada

✤✤ A practical guide on how to identify and manage suicidal individuals ✤✤ Based on a successful course delivered to healthcare professionals and trainees throughout the world ✤✤ Presents important information regarding the epidemiology, risk factors and associated aspects of suicide ✤✤ Introduces the Tool for Assessment of Suicide Risk (TASR) and provides instruction on how to use it appropriately in the clinic ✤✤ Features a self study program to assess clinical evaluation skills and case vignettes for revision ✤✤ Bulleted lists, tables and flowcharts to aid the complex assessment of the risk of suicide READERSHIP: All mental health professionals

SEP 2011  160PP  978-0-470-97856-6  PR  £24.99  €30.00 REPLACES ISBN 9781-4051-5369-0

Eating Disorders and the Brain BRYAN LASK & IAN FRAMPTON St George’s Hospital, London; University of Exeter

✤✤ The only current book to explain the latest neuroscientific findings on eating disorders and describe their potential application in clinical practice ✤✤ Provides a thorough description of the neuropsychological, neurochemical and neuroimaging aspects of eating disorders. ✤✤ Includes case histories to illustrate the relevance of neuroscientific discoveries to clinical practice READERSHIP: All clinicians (psychiatrists, psychologists, nurses, dieticians, paediatricians, physicians, physiotherapists) working in eating disorders; neuroscience researchers in eating disorders

JUL 2011  240PP  978-0-470-67003-3  CL  £59.99  €72.00

Neuroimaging in Addiction BRYON ADINOFF & ELLIOT STEIN UT Southwestern Medical Center; National Institute on Drug Abuse, USA

✤✤ Reviews the latest scientific approaches to understanding addiction ✤✤ Shows how the use of various imaging techniques can yield scientific data on the brain regions that are affected by substance abuse ✤✤ Beautifully illustrated in full colour ✤✤ The editors are leaders in the field of addictive disorders READERSHIP: Psychiatrists, neuroscientists

JUL 2011  352PP  978-0-470-66014-0  CL  £100.00  €120.00

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new in paperback

GIAMPIERO ARCIERO & GUIDO BONDOLFI IPRA Rome; University Hospital of Geneva

✤✤ Highly Commended at the Medical Journalists Association Open Book Awards 2010 ✤✤ Delineates a set of principles in the study of consciousness that place the first-person perspective at the heart of the analysis of emotional disorders ✤✤ Provides neuroscientific evidence showing that brain activity could be related to personality styles

Medical

Selfhood, Identity and Personality Styles

READERSHIP: Psychiatrists, psychologists, psychotherapists, trainees in psychiatry, social scientists, neuroscientists, philosophers

DEC 2010  284PP  978-0-470-67022-4  PR  £19.99  €24.00

Neurodegeneration

The Molecular Pathology of Dementia and Movement Disorders 2nd Edition

DENNIS DICKSON Mayo Clinic, USA

✤✤ Brings together the pathological features of all neurodegenerative diseases ✤✤ Updated to include advances in the field and new treatment strategies ✤✤ Published in association with the International Society for Neuropathology ✤✤ Fully illustrated with over 500 photos and illustrations READERSHIP: Neuropathologists, neurologists, pathologists, neuroscientists, cell biologists, neuropsychiatrists

SEP 2011  432PP  978-1-4051-9693-2  CL  €204.00 REPLACES ISBN 9783-9522-3131-9

The European Handbook of Neurological Management, Volume 2 2nd Edition

NILS ERIK GILHUS, MICHAEL R. BARNES & MICHAEL BRAININ University of Bergen and Haukeland University Hospital, Bergen; Genetic Bioinformatics, GlaxoSmithKline Pharmaceuticals, Essex, UK; Danube University in Krems

✤✤ Evidence-based, peer reviewed, best practice management guidelines for neurologists ✤✤ Published in association with the European Federation of Neurological Societies ✤✤ The basic guidelines published in the European Journal of Neurology have been expanded with Recommendations based on strong evidence and Good Practice Points where only weaker evidence is available ✤✤ Companion to European Handbook of Neurological Management, 2nd Edition, Vol 1, ISBN 9781405185332 READERSHIP: Neurologists

AUG 2011  448PP  978-1-4051-8534-9  CL  £120.00  €144.00 REPLACES ISBN 9781-4051-3050-9

Parkinson’s Disease

Non-Motor and Non-Dopaminergic Features

C. WARREN OLANOW, FABRIZIO STOCCHI & ANTHONY LANG Mount Sinai School of Medicine; University of Rome; Toronto Western Hospital

✤✤ Tells the full story of the non-motor and non-dopaminergic features of Parkinson’s Disease ✤✤ An up-to-date, fully referenced text from internationally renowned editors ✤✤ Covers the hottest topics in Parkinson’s and the areas poorly covered in other books ✤✤ Reflects the recent growth in appreciation of the significance of non-motor features READERSHIP: Neurologists, psychiatrists and general/family practitioners

JUL 2011  452PP  978-1-4051-9185-2  CL  £99.99  €144.00

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Hyperkinetic Movement Disorders

Medical

ALBERTO ALBANESE & JOSEPH JANKOVIC University of California; Columbia University

✤✤ Covers a range of diseases characterized by rapid uncontrollable, sometimes seemingly random but sometimes repetitive, neuromuscular twitches, tics, jerks and shakes ✤✤ Presents a succinct guide to differentiating between subtly different presentations ✤✤ Includes videos demonstrating hyperkinetic movement disorders ✤✤ Provides a practical guide to formulating management plans READERSHIP: Neurologists and trainees

SEP 2011  252PP  978-1-4443-3352-7  CL  £74.99  €90.00

Muscle Aging, Inclusion-Body Myositis and Myopathies VALERIE ASKANAS & W. KING ENGEL Both of University of Southern California

✤✤ A comprehensive reference to muscle aging from the world’s foremost experts in the field ✤✤ Shows the diseases of aging muscle ✤✤ Includes case vignettes to aid diagnosis to ensure correct management READERSHIP: Neurologists, geriatricians

SEP 2011  252PP  978-1-4051-9646-8  CL  £69.99  €84.00

Neuromuscular Disorders RABI TAWIL & SHANNON VENANCE University of Rochester; University of Western Ontario, Canada

✤✤ Provides practical clinical guidance on the care of patients with neuromuscular disorders ✤✤ Contains ‘Tips and Tricks’ boxes with hints on improving outcomes via practical techniques and ‘Caution’ warning boxes with tips on avoiding problems READERSHIP: Neurologists SERIES: NEUROLOGY IN PRACTICE SERIES

AUG 2011  284PP  978-0-470-65456-9  PR  £47.99  €62.40

Leukodystrophies GERALD V. RAYMOND, FLORIAN S. EICHLER, ALI FATEMI & SAKKUBAI NAIDU Kennedy Krieger Institute, Baltimore; Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston; Kennedy Krieger Institute, Baltimore; Kennedy Krieger Institute, Baltimore

✤✤ Edited by world leaders in research on and treatment of leukodystrophy. ✤✤ Offers a comprehensive approach to the genetic disorders of myelin in children and adults. ✤✤ Describes individual leukodystrophies in detail, including pathogenesis, genetics, clinical features, diagnosis and treatment. READERSHIP: Paediatric and adult neurologists, paediatricians, and geneticists SERIES: INTERNATIONAL REVIEWS OF CHILD NEUROLOGY SERIES

MAR 2011  252PP  978-1-9076-5509-8  CL  £96.00

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ARVIND VENKAT Allegheny General Hospital, Pittsburgh and Drexel University College of Medicine, Philadelphia

✤✤ Focuses on new types of conditions and difficult presentations as seen in the emergency department, rather than the common conditions of the current EM literature ✤✤ Helps emergency physicians understand the critical conditions that can cause these individuals to require emergency department care and how best to manage them

Medical

Challenging and Emerging Conditions in Emergency Medicine

✤✤ Provides an evaluation and management-focused text as well as practical guidance in acute situations ✤✤ Based on research and articles published in the leading emergency medicine journal, The American Journal of Emergency Medicine READERSHIP: Clinical and academic departments of emergency medicine, and medical schools

AUG 2011  356PP  978-0-4706-5500-9  PR  £49.99  €60.00

A Practical Approach to Cardiovascular Medicine REZA ARDEHALI, PAUL J. WANG & MARCO PEREZ All of Stanford University School of Medicine, CA

✤✤ A concise, easy to use, and comprehensive manual of cardiology for all those in training and all those in practice ✤✤ Written, reviewed, and edited in a collaborative effort by cardiology fellows and faculty of one of the most prestigious academic centres ✤✤ Focuses on a practical approach to the diagnosis and treatment of cardiac disorders ✤✤ Easily-accessible content at the time of decision making helps to optimize superb patient care ✤✤ Includes American Heart Association and American College of Cardiology guidelines as the management approach to specific disorders READERSHIP: Practicing cardiologists, cardiology fellows, internal medicine residents, and general practitioners with a large cohort of cardiac patients

AUG 2011  360PP  978-1-4051-8039-9  PR  £39.99  €48.00

The Esophagus 5th Edition

DONALD O. CASTELL & JOEL E. RICHTER Hahnmann University, USA; Temple University School of Medicine, USA

✤✤ Comfortably the most focused and comprehensive book in the marketplace dedicated to the esophagus and its conditions, fully exploring: anatomy, physiology, pathology, diagnosis and treatment ✤✤ Provides 700 pages dedicated to the esophagus with over 500 illustrations ✤✤ Contains treatment guidelines from the ACG and the ASG ✤✤ Don Castell and Joel Richter are both hugely well respected figures in the GI community and both former presidents of the ASG and ACG ✤✤ Offers a CD-Rom containing all PDF files and all figures from the book in a downloadable slide-atlas format READERSHIP: Gastroenterologists, gastrointestinal pathologists, gastrointestinal surgeons, endoscopists, and internal medicine physicians, radiologists, histopathologists

SEP 2011  800PP  978-1-4051-9864-6  CL  £174.99  €210.00 REPLACES ISBN 9780-7817-4199-6 (Lippincott Williams and Wilkins)

Clinical Dilemmas in Inflammatory Bowel Disease New Challenges 2nd Edition

PETER IRVING, COREY A. SIEGEL, DAVID RAMPTON & FERGUS SHANAHAN St Thomas’ Hospital, London, UK; Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, NH, USA; Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry, London, UK; Alimentary Pharmabiotic Centre University College Cork, Cork, Ireland

✤✤ Addresses the kind of key dilemmas that the IBD specialist will face every day, providing a clinically focused analysis of controversial areas of IBD management ✤✤ Covers new emerging treatment therapies such as cannbinoids, Viagra for Crohn s, etc., not widely covered in any other books ✤✤ Offers a learning points box in each chapter, providing clear take-home messages ✤✤ Provides more emphasis on surgical dilemmas such as laparoscopic surgery ✤✤ Offers a key section on infection and IBD, ie hepatitis, HIV, CMV coinfection READERSHIP: Medical professionals involved in the care of patients with IBD: established and trainee gastroenterologists, colorectal surgeons, pathologists, radiologists, specialist nurses, pharmacists, dieticians and counsellors

AUG 2011  252PP  978-1-4443-3454-8  PR  £49.99  €66.00 REPLACES ISBN 9781-4051-3377-7

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Atlas of Endoscopic Ultrasonography

Medical

FRANK GRESS, THOMAS SAVIDES, BRENNA BOUNDS & JOHN DEUTSCH Duke University Medical Center, Durham; University of California, San Diego; Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA

✤✤ Offers readers a large collection of images obtained from both diagnostic and therapeutic procedures, providing a highly integrated introduction to endoscopy ultrasonography ✤✤ Includes a CD-ROM which offers video clips and a searchable database of images ✤✤ The Atlas is an ideal companion to Dr Gress et al’s Endoscopic Ultrasonography, Second Edition READERSHIP: Gastroenterologists, trainees and residents.

SEP 2011  224PP  978-1-4051-5721-6  CL  £115.00  €138.00

Staged Diabetes Management 3rd Edition

ROGER MAZZE, RICHARD M. BERGENSTAL, ROBERT CUDDIHY, ELLIE S. STROCK, AMY CRIEGO, ODED LANGER, GREGG SIMONSON & MAGGIE POWERS University of Minnesota, USA; Park Nicollet Clinic, USA; Park Nicollet Clinic, USA; Park Nicollet Clinic, USA; University of Minnesota School of Public Health, USA; St Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital, USA

✤✤ Reviews the fundamental basis of diabetes management and then addresses treatment of each type of diabetes and the major micro- and macrovascular complications ✤✤ Thoroughly revised to reflect the ever-changing landscape of diabetes healthcare ✤✤ Material on topics including gestational diabetes; cardiovascular complications of diabetes; hospitalisation for diabetes and associated complications; and diabetes education and behavioural medicine, has been comprehensively expanded and updated ✤✤ New chapters cover novel technologies for characterisation of glucose metabolism; characterisation of glucose metabolism in children, adults, pregnancy, and other populations of interest ✤✤ Presents a clear set of clinical algorithms consistent with EASD/ADA recommendations READERSHIP: Primary care physicians, diabetes specialist nurses, and all those with an interest in diabetes

AUG 2011  352PP  978-0-470-65466-8  CL  £89.99  €108.00 REPLACES ISBN 9780-4700-6126-8

New Mechanisms in Glucose Control ANTHONY H. BARNETT & JENNY GRICE University of Birmingham and Heart of England National Health Service Foundation Trust, Birmingham, UK; Medical Writer, Bieuzy les Eaux, France

✤✤ This pocketbook presents a clear overview of the new drugs and treatment therapies that have been developed in recent years to help perfect glycaemic control for the diabetic patient ✤✤ The first book on the market to feature the latest NICE guidelines on the use of Victoza ✤✤ In addition to pharmaceutical treatment therapies, the role of bariatric surgery as a method of achieving stable glucose levels is also covered as well ✤✤ Professor Anthony Barnett is recognised as an international expert in the area of glucose control. He has acted as expert advisor to NICE on new drugs and has worked closely with the European Medicines Agency and other related bodies. READERSHIP: Diabetologists and hospital staff treating diabetic patients

AUG 2011  80PP  978-1-4443-3461-6  PR  £19.99  €24.00

Flow Cytometry of Haematological Malignancies CLAUDIO ORTOLANI Consultant Clinical Pathologist (retired), Ospedale dell’Angelo Venice, Italy

✤✤ Endorsed by European Society for Clinical Cell Analysis (ESCCA) ✤✤ Concise book for quick consultation ✤✤ Full-colour images of the most and least common diseases ✤✤ Practical tips for result interpretation ✤✤ Essential description of the haematological neoplastic diseases according to the latest WHO classifications READERSHIP: Haematologists, haematopathologists, oncologists, pathologists and technicians working in diagnostic laboratories

JUL 2011  420PP  978-1-4443-3588-0  CL  £124.95  €132.00

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E.C. RODRIGUEZ-MERCHAN & LEONARD A. VALENTINO La Paz University Hospital, Madrid, Spain; Rush University Medical Center, Chicago, USA

✤✤ A definitive resource on the current aspects and issues around haemophilia ✤✤ World-renowned editors and contributors from the field of haemophilia ✤✤ Discusses new developments in gene therapy JUL 2011  200PP  978-0-4706-7057-6  CL  £60.00  €72.00

Medical

Current and Future Issues in Haemophilia Care

AAGBI Core Topics 2011 IAN JOHNSTON, LESLIE GEMMELL & WILLIAM HARROP-GRIFFITHS Raigmore Hospital, Inverness; North East Wales NHS Trust, UK; St Mary’s Hospital, London

✤✤ The first of five volumes based on the Association of Anaesthetists of Great Britain and Ireland’s Core Topics lecture series ✤✤ Provides training and CPD for anaesthetists in the British Isles ✤✤ Based on core aneasthetic developments and requirements READERSHIP: Trainee and clinical anaesthetists

SEP 2011  176PP  978-0-470-65862-8  PR  £29.99  €36.00

Labor and Delivery Care A Practical Guide

WAYNE R. COHEN & EMANUEL A. FRIEDMAN Albert Einstein College of Medicine, New York; Albert Einstein College of Medicine, New York

✤✤ Provides an experience-based guide to enhance labour safely ✤✤ Written by world renowned obstetricians ✤✤ Features high quality illustrations for clear guidance ✤✤ Includes key point summaries for ease of use READERSHIP: Trainee, newly qualified and practising obstetricians

JUL 2011  320PP  978-0-470-65459-0  PR  £39.99  €48.00

Endometriosis Science and Practice

LINDA C. GIUDICE, JOHANNES L. H. EVERS & DAVID L. HEALY University of California, San Francisco; Maastricht University, The Netherelands; Monash Medical Centre

✤✤ The first major textbook that integrates scientific and clinic understanding towards better patient care ✤✤ Outlines information of recent developments, offering insight to improve management of symptoms medically or surgically ✤✤ Covers global occurrence, pathology and pathophysiology, diagnosis and medical and surgical approaches to management, ethics and patient concerns as well as future research ✤✤ Written by an internationally well-known editor team READERSHIP: Gynecologists, human reproductive scientists

SEP 2011  552PP  978-1-4443-3213-1  CL  £140.00  €168.00

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Atlas of Human Infectious Diseases

Medical

HEIMAN WERTHEIM & JOHN P. WOODALL Oxford University Clinical Research Unit, Hanoi, Vietnam; Federal University, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

✤✤ A concise atlas with consistent format throughout, compiled and reviewed by an editorial board of infectious disease experts from around the world ✤✤ Offers over 145 maps in four-colour covering all major human infectious diseases ✤✤ Based on data on the global distribution of infectious diseases from international organisations such as the World Health Organisation READERSHIP: Infectious disease specialists, medical microbiologists, virologists, travel medicine specialists

SEP 2011  160PP  978-1-4051-8440-3  CL  £74.99  €90.00

Infectious Diseases A Geographic Guide

JØRGEN ESKILD PETERSEN, LIN HWEI CHEN & PATRICIA SCHLAGENHAUF-LAWLOR Aarhus University Hospital, Denmark; Mount Auburn Hospital, USA; University of Zurich, Switzerland

✤✤ A concise and practical handbook describing infections in particular geographic regions ✤✤ Provides diagnostic algorithms tailored to the geographical history of the patient ✤✤ Descrbes infectious diseases in each geographical region, with prevalence and incidence data whenever available ✤✤ Provides descriptions of problems with antibiotic resistance in micro-organisms in different regions READERSHIP: Infectious disease specialists, medical microbiologists, virologists, travel medicine specialists

JUL 2011  300PP  978-0-470-65529-0  PR  £44.99  €66.00

Inflammation and Allergy Drug Design STEPHEN T. HOLGATE, MARSHA WILLS-KARP & K. IZUHARA Southampton General Hospital, UK; Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, USA; Saga Medical School, Japan

✤✤ Provides a comprehensive, up-to-date guide to drug development in allergy ✤✤ Includes basic and advanced knowledge to aid both clinicians and researchers ✤✤ Edited by a world renowned team with an outstanding international collection of contributors READERSHIP: Allergists, respiratory physicians and clinical immunologists working in the fields of allergy, asthma and drug development

AUG 2011  328PP  978-1-4443-3014-4  CL  £89.99  €108.00

Hugo and Russell’s Pharmaceutical Microbiology 8th Edition

STEPHEN P. DENYER, NORMAN A. HODGES, SEAN P. GORMAN & BRENDAN GILMORE Welsh School of Pharmacy, Cardiff University, UK; University of Brighton; Queens University Belfast; Queens University Belfast

✤✤ Completely revised and updated edition, reflecting changes in the teaching and practice of pharmaceutical microbiology ✤✤ Provides a companion website with teaching materials and further resources ✤✤ Illustrated with structural formulas of organic compounds and flow diagrams of biochemical processes ✤✤ Edited by an experienced team of senior figures within UK pharmacy schools READERSHIP: Pharmacy students

AUG 2011  524PP  978-1-4443-3063-2  PR  £49.99  €60.00 REPLACES ISBN 9780-6320-6467-0

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MICHAEL R. CHERNICK Lankenau Institute for Medical Research, USA

✤✤ Each chapter presents statistical concepts in a concise, straightforward, and applications-driven style that fits the needs of the everyday medical practitioner ✤✤ The book covers areas of statistics that are found in modern medical research, but that are often not taught in traditional statistics courses, including repeated measures analysis of variance, hazard ratios, contingency tables, log rank tests, bioequivalence, cross-over designs, and selection bias and group sequential methods ✤✤ The author draws from his own experience teaching biostatistics courses for nurses and practitioners, ensuring that the material is presented in a comprensible and accessible format ✤✤ Topics of coverage include correlation, regression, diagnostics, logistic regression, estimating means and proportions, normal distribution, sampling from populations, nonparametric methods, and survival analysis ✤✤ Exercise sets at the end of each chapter are accompanied by selected solutions, allowing readers to test their comprehension of the presented concepts and techniques. READERSHIP: As a supplement for courses on biostatistics in the health sciences at the upper-undergraduate and graduate levels; as a resource for clinicians, nurses, and physicians as well as researchers in the fields of medicine, public health, and biostatistics; and academic libraries

AUG 2011  224PP  978-0-470-64185-9  PR  £73.50  €88.20

Medical / Dentistry

The Essentials of Biostatistics for Physicians, Nurses, and Clinicians

Basic Guide to Dental Sedation Nursing NICOLA ROGERS ✤✤ This is a must have book for all dental nurses seeking to develop their knowledge and understanding of this core area of clinical practice ✤✤ Provides comprehensive coverage of the Certificate in Dental Sedation Nursing syllabus with chapters on such key topics as legal aspects, anatomy, equipment, patient assessment, types of sedation, medical emergencies and resuscitation ✤✤ Written in a clear and accessible style and evidence‐based ✤✤ Illustrated in full colour throughout and handy format for easy reference and portability READERSHIP: Qualified dental nurses preparing to sit the NEBDN post registration examination in dental sedation nursing, assisting with sedated patients who wish to enhance their knowledge and skills in dental sedation nursing but not undertake a qualification, looking to achieve their CPD requirements

JUL 2011  192PP  978-1-4443-3470-8  PR  £22.99  €27.60

Toothwear

ABC of the Worn Dentition 1st Edition

FARID KHAN & WILLIAM GEORGE YOUNG Queensland Dental Group™, Australia; Oral Pathology and Oral Medicine Specialists, Brisbane, Australia

✤✤ Covers all forms of toothwear and dental erosion in all age-groups ✤✤ Discusses causation, prevention and treatment in a clinical context ✤✤ Includes discussion of best practice management strategies ✤✤ Brings together latest international research with a wide range of contributors ✤✤ Contains many full colour clinical illustrations READERSHIP: Dentists, dental therapists, dental hygienists, and students in these areas

JUN 2011  248PP  978-1-4443-3655-9  PR  £49.99  €60.00

Practical Osseous Surgery in Periodontics and Implant Dentistry 1st Edition

SERGE DIBART & JEAN-PIERRE DIBART Boston University School of Dental Medicine; USA

✤✤ Step-by-step format for quick and clear reference ✤✤ Focuses on the clinical applications of osseous surgery in dentistry ✤✤ Detailed discussion of surgical techniques, as well as useful background information on surgical anatomy and structure of bone ✤✤ Also includes information on use of growth-factor enhanced materials ✤✤ Highly illustrated in full colour throughout READERSHIP: Practicing and trainee dentists, periodontists and oral & maxillofacial surgeons

NOV 2011  152PP  978-0-8138-1812-2  CL  £39.50  €62.40

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Professional Responsibility in Dentistry

Dentistry / Veterinary

1st Edition

JOSEPH P. GRASKEMPER Stony Brook University, USA

✤✤ True cases show real examples of professional and ethical issues facing the practicing dentist ✤✤ Integrates various aspects of professionalism, ethics, law, and practice management ✤✤ Written by a practicing dentist with a law degree, with perspectives on both the legal and dental aspects of ethical and professional questions READERSHIP: Pre-doctoral dental students, general dentistry residents, and practicing dentists SERIES: A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO LAW AND ETHICS

JUL 2011  160PP  978-0-470-95977-0  PR  TBA

Basic Guide to Dental Instruments Scheller scheridan ✤✤ Provides a working inventory of dental instrumentation in common use in dental surgeries ✤✤ Ideal ‘portable’ resource across general practice, hospital and a range of specialist settings ✤✤ Brand new chapter on instruments used in dental implantology ✤✤ Expanded chapter on dental burs ✤✤ Revised and updated laboratory instruments and small equipment Illustrations throughout READERSHIP: The dental team, particularly dental nurses, student dental hygienists, dental therapists and junior dentistry undergraduates

Jul 2011  192  978-1-4443-3532-3  pr  £22.99  €26.40

Duncan and Prasse’s Veterinary Laboratory Medicine 5th Edition

KENNETH S. LATIMER Covance Laboratories, Inc. and the University of Georgia, USA

✤✤ Offers an introduction to veterinary clinical pathology in a highly accessible outline format, with the unique responses of dogs, cats, cattle, and horses addressed in each chapter ✤✤ Designed to enable the reader to quickly find answers to clinical questions ✤✤ Takes a problem-solving approach to the interpretation of laboratory data, with clinical cases to illustrate the concepts described ✤✤ Fully revised throughout to reflect new knowledge, new diagnostic methods, and changing practices in lab medicine ✤✤ Now in full colour throughout with many photomicrographs ✤✤ Includes access to a companion website providing images available for download into PowerPoint and references linked to PubMed READERSHIP: Veterinary practitioners, veterinary students, and pathology residents SERIES: CLINICAL PATHOLOGY

JUN 2011  448PP  978-0-8138-2014-9  CL  £51.99  €62.40

Veterinary Computed Tomography 1st Edition

TOBIAS SCHWARZ, & JIMMY SAUNDERS Madison School of Veterinary Medicine, University of Wisconsin, USA; Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Ghent University, Belgium

✤✤ Provides a thorough grounding in CT technology, describing the underlying physical principles as well as the different types of scanners ✤✤ Includes principles of CT examination, such as guidance on positioning and how to achieve a good image ✤✤ Written by specialists from across North America and Europe, offering a broad range of expertise in veterinary CT ✤✤ Illustrated with high quality photographs and diagrams throughout READERSHIP: Veterinary practitioners and veterinary students especially those with a particular interested in computed tomography

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JUL 2011  400PP  978-0-8138-1747-7  CL  £74.99  €114.00


1st Edition

ROBERT H. POPPENGA, SHARON GWALTNEY-BRANT University of California at Davis, California, USA; ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center, USA

✤✤ Outlines toxicology basics, from prevention to evaluation, monitoring, and treatment ✤✤ Focuses on nursing care following exposure to a poison ✤✤ Emphasizes clinical signs, differential diagnoses, and case management ✤✤ Provides information on both general principles and specific toxicants ✤✤ Includes access to a companion website providing review questions available for download into Word and color images available for download into PowerPoint

Veterinary

Small Animal Toxicology Essentials

READERSHIP: Veterinary technicians, especially those with a interest in emergency and critical care, and veterinary technician students, as well as practicing veterinarians looking for an introduction to toxicology

May 2011  344pp  978-0-8138-1538-1  pr  £38.99  €46.80

Practical Weight Management in Dogs and Cats 1st Edition

TODD L. TOWELL Hill’s Pet Nutrition, USA

✤✤ Clinically-based approach to preventing and managing pet obesity ✤✤ Written for veterinarians and veterinary technicians to promote collaborative approach to weight management ✤✤ Offers practical tips on implementing successful programs and promoting owner education READERSHIP: Veterinarians, veterinary technicians, veterinary assistants, veterinary students, veterinary technician students

Jul 2011  240pp  978-0-8138-0956-4  pr  £38.99  €46.80

Dairy Production Medicine 1st Edition

Carlos Risco & Pedro Melendez University of Florida, College of Veterinary Medicine, USA; Formerly of University of Florida, College of Veterinary Medicine, USA

✤✤ Provides a thoroughly modern and up-to-date resource for all those involved in the dairy industry ✤✤ Integrates new technology and concepts that have been developed in recent years to manage dairy farms in a profitable manner ✤✤ Uses a multidisciplinary approach, involving nutrition, reproduction, clinical medicine, genetics, pathology, epidemiology, human resource management and economics ✤✤ Structured by the production cycle of the dairy cow covering critical points in cow management ✤✤ Written and edited by highly respected experts READERSHIP: Veterinarians specialising in large animal practice and all involved in the dairy industry

Sep 2011  800pp  978-0-8138-1539-8  cl  £75.00  €90.00

Cancer Chemotherapy for the Veterinary Health Team 1st Edition

Kenneth Crump & Douglas H. Thamm Payson, Arizona, USA; Colorado State University, USA

✤✤ Provides a practical, user-friendly guide to incorporating chemotherapy into veterinary practice ✤✤ Covers all aspects of chemotherapy from pre-treatment lab work to safe handling and disposal ✤✤ Lists common chemotherapy drugs along with their uses, indications, toxicities and administration guidelines ✤✤ Offers detailed information on the safety considerations surrounding handling and disposing of toxic agents ✤✤ Addresses how to handle the emotional issues around cancer diagnosis and treatment with clients ✤✤ Focuses on the canine and feline cancer patient, with some coverage of treatments relevant to equine and avian patients READERSHIP: Veterinary technicians and nurses, veterinarians, veterinary students

Jul 2011  152pp  978-0-8138-2116-0  pr  £31.99  €38.40

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BSAVA Manual of Canine and Feline Dermatology

Veterinary

3rd Edition

Hilary Jackson & Rosanna Marsella Dermatology Referral Service, Glasgow, UK; University of Florida, College of Veterinary Medicine, USA

✤✤ Builds on the success of previous editions while providing an updated overview of the field ✤✤ Concentrates on the common clinical skin diseases seen in dogs and cats ✤✤ Aims to provide a ready source of practical information for veterinary surgeons in general practice worldwide READERSHIP: Veterinary students, nurses and technicians, also those working toward specialist qualifications in veterinary dermatology SERIES: BSAVA MANUALS

Jun 2011  252pp  978-1-9053-1927-5  pr  £89.00  €106.80

BSAVA Manual of Canine and Feline Endocrinology 4th Edition

Carmel T. Mooney & Mark E. Peterson University College, Dublin, Ireland

✤✤ Maintains the emphasis from previous editions on the common problems encountered in investigating and treating endocrine diseases ✤✤ Fully updated to reflect latest developments in the field including a range of new therapies ✤✤ Divided into sections covering each endocrine gland and the major and minor endocrine disorders of each species ✤✤ Includes a separate section dealing with relevant presenting complaints in a problem-solving manner READERSHIP: Veterinary surgeons in general practice, undergraduate veterinary students, veterinary nurses and veterinary graduates undertaking further qualifications in small animal medicine SERIES: BSAVA MANUALS

Sep 2011  252pp  978-1-9053-1928-2  pr  £80.00  €96.00

BSAVA Manual of Canine and Feline Ultrasonography Frances Barr & Lorrie Gaschen Department of Clinical Veterinary Science, University of Bristol, UK; Louisiana State University School of Veterinary Medicine, USA

✤✤ Provides an overview of the physical principles of ultrasonography and discusses the equipment required as well as the general principles of the ultrasound examination ✤✤ Discusses body systems in individual chapters, with each chapter structured from indications to interpretation ✤✤ Extensively illustrated with images of both normal anatomy and the abnormalities associated with disease ✤✤ Accompanied by a DVD featuring clips relevant to the individual chapters READERSHIP: Veterinary surgeons in general practice, undergraduate veterinary students, veterinary nurses and veterinarians with a special interest in ultrasonography SERIES: BSAVA MANUALS

Apr 2011  200pp  978-1-9053-1930-5  pr  £70.00  €84.00

BSAVA Small Animal Formulary 7th Edition

Ian Ramsey Director of the Small Animal Hospital, University of Glasgow, UK

✤✤ The gold standard for information on drug use in small animal practice ✤✤ Fully updated by an editorial panel of experts, with the latest drugs added ✤✤ Includes more doses for exotics than ever before as well as new chemotherapeutics and protocols READERSHIP: Veterinary surgeons in general practice, undergraduate veterinary students and veterinary nurses SERIES: BSAVA MANUALS

Apr 2011  456pp  978-1-9053-1933-6  pr  £60.00  €72.00

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8th Edition Professional Edition

Lisa Dougherty & SARA LISTER Intravenous Services, The Royal Marsden Hospital, Chelsea and Surrey; School of Cancer Nursing and Rehabilitation, The Royal Marsden Hospital, Chelsea and Surrey

Key features: ✤✤ Nationally recognised as the essential guide to clinical nursing skills ✤✤ Includes step-by-step procedures related to essential aspects of a patient’s care ✤✤ Provides all the knowledge nurses need to be fully informed and practice accountably ✤✤ Enables nurses to deliver clinically effective, patient-focused care ✤✤ Clear, user friendly and easy to understand ✤✤ All procedures include the rationale for each action ✤✤ Evidence graded to help nurses assess its validity

NURSING

Royal Marsden Hospital Manual of Clinical Nursing Procedures

READERSHIP: Qualified Nurses. 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.

Jul 2011  1208pp  978-1-4443-3509-5  pr  £37.99  €45.60

Examination of the Newborn An Evidence Based Guide

Anne Lomax University of Central Lancashire

✤✤ A practical, evidence-based guide for midwives and neonatal nurses ✤✤ Based on the latest guidance and recommendations ✤✤ With contributions from experts in the field READERSHIP: midwives, advanced neonatal nurse practitioners, and health visitors, as well as all other health professionals involved in the examination of the newborn

Jul 2011  288pp  978-1-4051-9774-8  pr  £25.99  €31.20

Vital Signs for Nurses

An Introduction to Clinical Observations

Joyce Smith & Rachel Roberts University of Salford; Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Trust

✤✤ A portable pocket guide on a fundamental aspect of patient care ✤✤ Accessible and easy to use, with learning objectives, case studies, activities and practice points throughout ✤✤ Includes a glossary of terms READERSHIP: Primary: First year undergraduate nursing students; Health Care Assistants; Trainee Assistant Practitioners; Students on foundation degrees in health and social care. Secondary: BTEC Health and Social Care students, Further Education Colleges and Hospital Libraries.

Jun 2011  280pp  978-1-4051-9038-1  pr  £21.99  €26.40

Long-Term Conditions Nursing Care and Management

Liz Meerabeau & Kerri Wright University of Greenwich

✤✤ A comprehensive guide to the care and management of long-term conditions ✤✤ Focuses on the management of the conditions from the patient’s perspective ✤✤ Practical and accessible in style READERSHIP: nurses and health care professionals

Jul 2011  312pp  978-1-4051-8338-3  pr  £29.99  €36.00

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MRI in Practice

ALLIED HEALTH / NUTRITION

4th Edition

Catherine Westbrook, Carolyn Kaut Roth with John Talbot Senior Lecturer and MRI Field Leader at Anglia Polytechnic University, Cambridge

✤✤ Since the first edition was published in 1993, this book has become the standard text for radiographers, technologists, radiology residents, radiologists and even sales representatives on the subject of magnetic resonance imaging, and is essential reading on postgraduate courses ✤✤ Number one reference book and study guide in the areas of MR instrumentation, principles, pulse sequences, image acquisition, and imaging parameters for the advanced level examination for MRI offered by the American Registry for Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) in the USA ✤✤ Building on the success of the first three editions, this new edition has been fully revised and now includes parallel imaging techniques and new sequences such as balanced gradient echo ✤✤ Offers a companion website which hosts over 200 interactive self-assessment exercises to help the reader test their understanding READERSHIP: Trainee and qualified radiographers and radiologic technicians (US), radiology residents, radiologists

Jun 2011  456pp  978-1-4443-3743-3  pr  £32.99  €39.60

Cleft Lip and Palate

Speech Assessment and Intervention

Sarah Howard & Anette Lohmander University of Sheffield; University of Gothenburg

✤✤ Up‐to‐date and in-depth account of the nature of speech production in cleft and the processes of assessment and intervention for cleft‐like speech ✤✤ Written by a group of international experts in the fields of cleft lip and palate and speech science ✤✤ Focuses on speech production and speech processing, covering phonetic, phonological and psycholinguistic perspectives ✤✤ Applies modern phonological approaches to the analysis of cleft‐type speech ✤✤ Combines phonetic, phonological and psycho linguistic perspectives on the speech difficulties associated with cleft palate, providing a unique and unified account of this multifaceted topic READERSHIP: Practising speech and language therapists/pathologists specializing in cleft lip and palate; students and researchers in cleft lip and palate

Aug 2011  344pp  978-0-470-74330-0  pr  £34.99  €42.00

Sport and Exercise Nutrition Susan Lanhan-New, Susan Shirreffs, Samantha Stear & Adam Collins University of Surrey, UK; Loughborough University, UK; Formerly Institute of Sport, UK; University of Surrey, UK

✤✤ Part of the prestigious Nutrition Society Textbook series ✤✤ Provides students with the scientific basics in nutrition in the context of a systems and disease approach rather than on a nutrient by nutrient basis ✤✤ Enables teachers and students to explore the core principles of nutrition and to apply these throughout their training to foster critical thinking at all times ✤✤ Cover the latest information on the science and practice of sport and exercise nutrition ✤✤ Combines the viewpoints of world leading nutrition experts from both academia/research and a practical standpoint ✤✤ Ensures theory is translated into practice for each chapter in the form of either ‘practice tips’ or ‘information sheets’ at the end of relevant chapters READERSHIP: Students of nutrition and dietetics at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. All those working in the field of nutrition and related health sciences

Sep 2011  384pp  978-1-4443-3468-5  pr  £37.50  €45.00

The Mediterranean Diet Health & Science

Richard Hoffman & Mariette Gerber University of Hertfordshire, UK; National Food Council, France

✤✤ A timely, authoritative and accessible account of the Mediterranean diet for nutritionists and dieticians ✤✤ Focuses on its protective value against diabetes, dementia and other age‐related disorders, and for increasing overall longevity ✤✤ 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 Mediterranean diet in the light of recent developments in nutritional biochemistry, disease mechanisms and epidemiological studies ✤✤ Provides advice on nutrition policies and interventions

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READERSHIP: Nutritionists and dietitians. University libraries. Food product development personnel, and others within government /agricultural agencies. General practitioners and cardiologists

Aug 2011  352pp  978-1-4443-3002-1  pr  £44.99  €54.00


EMMA DERBYSHIRE Manchester Metropolitan University

✤✤ Focuses on nutrition in pregnancy, with some reference to nutrition before and after pregnancy ✤✤ Evidence‐based, easy to understand and applicable to academic and health practices ✤✤ Core information for health professionals across nutrition, dietetics and medicine ✤✤ Includes a very useful set of appendices covering dietary requirements, nutritional composition of key foods, meal plans and weight gain guidelines Readership: Nutritionists, dietitians and other health professionals including midwives, nurses, family pratitioners and other medical practitioners working in obstetrics and gynecology and within fertility clinics. Libraries within all medical schools and universities. Students as a text reference.

Aug 2011  352pp  978-1-4443-3305-3  PR  £44.99  €54.00

Understanding Obesity SHARON R. AKABAS, SALLY ANN LEDERMAN & BARBARA J. MOORE Columbia University; Columbia University; President of Shape Up America

✤✤ Covers all the essential elements concerning obesity within nutrition, dietetics and health sciences courses ✤✤ Written in a user friendly style by an expert in the area ✤✤ Addresses the current scope and health consequences of obesity, when obesity prevention and treatment are at the top of the health agenda for many of the governments worldwide ✤✤ Covers in depth the major strategies of prevention and intervention, including the role of dieting, and non‐dieting approaches, exercise, weight loss maintenance and the control of childhood obesity Readership: Students studying nutrition and dietetics, health sciences and related courses. Health professionals. Libraries in universities, medical schools and health research establishments

OCT 2011  912PP  978-0-4706-5588-7  CL  £59.99  €72.00

Tectonic Geomorphology 2nd Edition

NUTRITION / EARTH & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE

Nutrition in the Childbearing Years

Douglas W Burbank & Robert S Anderson University of California, Santa Barbara; University of Colorado at Boulder

✤✤ First text to take a broad interdisciplinary approach: integrating geomorphology, geophysics, and paleoclimatology. ✤✤ Includes the latest technological advances used in dating: Uranium series dating and observation. ✤✤ Emphasizes the role of surface processes. ✤✤ Focuses on landscapes at different time scales. ✤✤ Provides strong coverage on numerical modeling of tectonically active landscapes. READERSHIP: Undergraduates and postgraduates in earth science and physical geography departments

Sep 2011  320PP  978-1-4443-3887-4  pr  £34.95  €42.00  /  978-1-4443-3886-7  cl  £75.00  €90.00

Modeling Uncertainty in the Earth Sciences Jef Caers Stanford University

✤✤ First book to present the uncertainties inherent in modeling for the Earth Science community. ✤✤ Large colour plate section. ✤✤ Includes case study examples for greater clarity. ✤✤ Companion website available with free software and examples. ✤✤ Avoids complex mathematics for enhanced user-friendly approach. READERSHIP: Primary Market: Advanced undergraduate and graduate students in Earth Sciences, Environmental Sciences or Mineral and Energy Resources. It would also be suitable as a primer for professionals who wish to gain an overview of the area. Secondary Market: Climate scientists and Meteorologists.

Jun 2011  240PP  978-1-1199-9262-2  pr  £39.95  €48.00  /  978-1-1199-9263-9  cl  £90.00  €108.00

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Sedimentology and Sedimentary Basins

EARTH & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE

From Turbulence to Tectonics 2nd Edition

Mike R. Leeder University of East Anglia

✤✤ The second edition of a well-established and very successful text. ✤✤ A core course in all earth science degree programs. ✤✤ The author addresses the principles of the subject from the viewpoint of modern processes. ✤✤ The book ends with an innovative chapter dealing with how sedimentology is currently informing a variety of cognate disciplines, from the timing and extent tectonic uplift to variations in palaeoclimate. READERSHIP: Senior undergraduate and graduate students and interested academic and industry professionals

Jan 2011  784PP  978-1-4051-7783-2  pr  £39.99  €108.00  /  978-1-4443-4992-4  cl  £90.00  €48.00

Soil Carbon in Sensitive European Ecosystems From Science to Land Management

Robert Jandl, Mirco Rodeghiero & Mats Olsson Forest Research Center Austria; Fondazione Edmund Mach – CRI; Swedish University of Agricultural Sci

✤✤ International team of experts from across Europe. ✤✤ Focuses on understudied ecosystems and ecosystem dynamics. ✤✤ Strong linkage to reporting. ✤✤ Includes integrated modeling strategies. ✤✤ Companion website. READERSHIP: Primary Market: The book is relevant for terrestrial ecologists dealing with Mediterranean ecosystems, mountain ecosystems, and disturbed ecosystems. The focus on reporting issues makes it relevant for the administrative bodies in charge of national greenhouse-gas reports and for policy advisors. Secondary Market: Graduate students taking courses on Soil Science, Biogeochemistry, Environmental Policy or related fields.

Sep 2011  256PP  978-1-1199-7001-9  cl  £75.00  €90.00

The Map Reader

Theories of Mapping Practice and Cartographic Representation

Martin Dodge, Chris Perkins & Rob Kitchen University of Manchester; University of Manchester; NUI, Maynooth

✤✤ Focuses on an important and newly reinvigorated topic, and one that has growing relevance to many researchers across many social science and humanities disciplines. ✤✤ The breadth of coverage will uniquely address key topics within the field of mapping. ✤✤ The material selected will inform and challenge the reader to think anew about maps. ✤✤ The editorial selection of texts will help to cut through information overload to focus on essential topics. ✤✤ Includes original interpretative essays from the editors to provide important context to the excerpts. READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate and graduate students, researchers and professionals working in cartography, the broader geographic information sector and computer graphics; academics in human geography and visual anthropology concerned with representation.

Apr 2011  552PP  978-0-470-74283-9  cl  £80.00  €96.00

Innovation in Wind Technology PETER JAMIESON Garrad Hassan & Partners Ltd, Scotland

✤✤ Draws upon the author s 30 years industry experience to synergize the separate fields of engineering innovation and wind technology into one practical reference text ✤✤ Enables both creative and analytical thinking as well as engineering insight that is invaluable in the early stages of parametric studies ✤✤ Includes innovative examples from working experiences for commercial clients ✤✤ Includes previously unpublished or little disseminated theory, including the authors recent research solving a problem generalizing Betz theory to account for the behavior of rotors in ducts or non-uniform flow

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READERSHIP: Professional wind engineers, power engineers, turbine designers, wind energy consultants and researchers working with wind energy, academics and researchers in renewable energy

SEP 2011  256PP  978-0-470-69981-2  CL  £55.00  €66.00


PETER SUTHERLAND GE Energy Services, USA

✤✤ Aims to provide a high level introduction to the educated electrical engineer in any field who needs to know about electrical safety ✤✤ Introduces the subject of electrical safety to a wider audience, and have it become part of the preparation of every engineer ✤✤ Provides an introduction to theory followed by a series of practical applications ✤✤ Examines the electrical fundamentals of resistance, inductance and capacitance as applied to the human body READERSHIP: Practicing professionals, researchers and university students taking courses in electrical safety SERIES: IEEE PRESS SERIES ON POWER ENGINEERING

SEP 2011  256PP  978-1-118-02194-1  PR  £60.50  €72.60

Electrical Energy Conversion and Transport: An Interactive Computer-Based Approach 2nd Edition

GEORGE G. KARADY & KEITH E. HOLBERT Both of Arizona State University, USA

✤✤ Describes different power generation methods including renewable energy generation (solar, wind, fuel cell ✤✤ Discuss the upcoming Smart Grid and the distributed power generation using renewable energy generation ✤✤ Designed to support interactive teaching and computer assisted self-learning ✤✤ Uses an interactive approach which results in a better understanding of the theory and development of solid problem-solving skills

EARTH & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE

Principles of Electrical Safety

✤✤ Electrical energy conversion and transport is a fundamental part of electrical engineering. READERSHIP: Professionals in the power industry who would like to learn computer-based electrical energy conversion and transport at their own pace, the text is designed to support computer assisted self-learning. Provides primary material for an undergraduate, upper division (junior/senior) electric power course for electrical engineering majors SERIES: IEEE PRESS SERIES ON POWER ENGINEERING

SEP 2011  928PP  978-0-470-93699-3  CL  £100.50  €120.60

Smart Grid

Technology and Applications

JANAKA EKANAYAKE, NICK JENKINS, KITHSIRI LIYANAGE, JIANZHONG WU & AKIHIKO YOKOYAMA Cardiff University, Wales; Cardiff University, Wales; University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka; Cardiff University, Wales; University of Tokyo, Japan

✤✤ Covers the topical subject of smart grid integration that is gaining importance in the area of power systems ✤✤ Relevant technologies grouped into three sections, each with a logical structure, with case studies included at the end of the book ✤✤ Useful examples included in each chapter explain the application of different technologies READERSHIP: Practicing electrical engineers, power engineers, planners and design engineers, consultants and research staff who are required to deal with communications and metering, T&D executives, people in power systems and renewable energy systems industry, postgraduate and final year UG students in EEE/ECE, energy policymakers and managers, members of environmental organisations, and entrepreneurs interested in smart grids.

SEP 2011  288PP  978-0-470-97409-4  CL  £65.00  €78.00

Power Generation, Operation and Control 3rd Edition

ALLEN J. WOOD, BRUCE F. WOLLENBERG & GERALD B. SHEBLÉ Power Technologies Inc., USA; University of Minnesota, USA; Iowa State University, USA

✤✤ Continues to provide an updated and complete picture of the techniques for modern power system operation ✤✤ Covers state of the art topics undergoing evolutionary change ✤✤ Introduces central “terminal” characteristics for thermal and hydroelectric power generation systems, and mathematical optimization methods for application to practical operating problems ✤✤ Accompanying web page contains links to important research reports, an entire set of student programs in MATLAB, and sets of power system sample data sets for use in student exercises READERSHIP: Professionals, graduate students, regulators and consultants.

JUN 2011  660PP  978-0-471-79055-6  CL  £70.50  €84.60

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Photovoltaics System Design and Practice

EARTH & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE

HEINRICH HÄBERLIN Berne University of Applied Sciences, Germany

✤✤ Focuses on photovoltaic systems technology and engineering, looking at practical design and layout of photovoltaic (PV) systems and energy yield of such plants ✤✤ Describes operational possibilities and problems encountered with the direct conversion of sunlight into electricity ✤✤ Full colour illustrations throughout, with tables presenting measuring results from the authors own projects ✤✤ Unique in including detailed discussion of lightning protection, normalized representation of energy production and actual operational experience of PV plants over many years ✤✤ Problems and solutions for engineers and advanced students READERSHIP: Electrical engineers and other electrical professionals active in the field of photovoltaic systems, especially designers and installers of photovoltaic plants or in companies manufacturing and testing products for such plants, advanced students on renewable energy courses. PV plant builders and PV plant owners.

SEP 2011  704PP  978-1-119-99285-1  CL  £75.00  €90.00

Mechanics of Rubber Bearings for Seismic and Vibration Isolation JAMES M. KELLY & DIMITRIOS KONSTANTINIDIS Both of University of California, USA

✤✤ Collates in a compact form all of the information on the mechanics of the increasingly important technology of multi-layer rubber bearings ✤✤ Presents the design and specifications of bearings for buildings, bridges and industrial structures ✤✤ Authored by world-leading experts with over 40 years of experience on the behaviour of multilayer elastomeric bearings ✤✤ Includes state of the art, as yet unpublished research along with all required fundamental concepts READERSHIP: Postgradusates and researchers/ practitioners in mechanical/structural engineering departments, in particular those working in seismic and vibration isolation. Graduate students taking earthquake engineering graduate courses and courses on earthquake hazard mitigation.

AUG 2011  256PP  978-1-119-99401-5  CL  £80.00  €96.00

Smart Grids JEAN-CLAUDE SABONNADIÈRE & NOUREDINE HADJSAÏD INPG, France; International Energy Agency, France

✤✤ Smartgrids is a very new concept of electric power distribution networks which enables insertion of distributed generation sources of renewable energy by mixing information and communication technologies with power devices ✤✤ The first section analyzes the integration of Smartgrids inside the technical including GenerationTransmission-Distribution system ✤✤ The second section is devoted to the use of smartgrids as an incentive for an intelligent link between the consumer and the grid ✤✤ Points out the transverse functions including regulation aspects and new business models in the electric energy paradigm READERSHIP: Engineers, utility managers in the power distribution industries, senior undergraduate and postgraduate students in power engineering, control and communications technologies.

AUG 2011  350PP  978-1-8482-1261-9  CL  £83.50  €100.20

Disturbance Analysis for Power Systems MOHAMED A. IBRAHIM New York State, USA

✤✤ DFR records, oscillograms and numerical relay fault records are analyzed ✤✤ Functional system diagrams showing monitored voltages and currents are provided ✤✤ Provides real world case studies involving protection systems for generators, transformers, overhead transmission lines, etc ✤✤ Includes section devoted to practice problems to enhance understanding READERSHIP: Engineers and technicians working in the areas of protection and control, power system operations, and electrical power system equipment. The book is also intended for operators and their supporting staff at energy control centers. It can also be used as a text book for graduate students studying power systems.

JUL 2011  600PP  978-0-4709-1681-0  CL  £100.00  €120.00

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Karen Bush Indiana University, Bloomington

✤✤ Inaugural volume in a new series of reviews. ✤✤ Includes discussion of a wide range of developing research topics in antimicrobial therapeutics. ✤✤ Featured topics include antibiotic cycling to reduce emergence of resistance and drug discovery successes and failures. ✤✤ Part of the Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences series. READERSHIP: Researchers in clinical pharmacology, drug discovery and development, and microbiology SERIES: ANNALS OF THE NEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES

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Antimicrobial Therapeutics Reviews

Feb 2011  252pp  978-1-5733-1788-7  pr  £85.00  €102.00

The Year in Human and Medical Genetics Jean-Laurent Casanova The Rockefeller University, New York, NY

✤✤ Latest edition of The Year in Human and Medical Genetics. ✤✤ Features a special focus in trends on Medelian genetics. ✤✤ Highlights the importance of classical Mendelian phenotypes and, when applicable, that challenge the “rare disease-rare variant/common disease-common variant”. ✤✤ Featured topics include: deafness, infectious diseases, kidney diseases, CNS development, autoimmunity, population genetics and Mendelian traits, heart disorders, and obesity. ✤✤ Part of the Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences series. READERSHIP: Researchers in human and medical genetics SERIES: ANNALS OF THE NEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES

MAR 2011  252pp  978-1-5733-1789-4  pr  £85.00  €102.00

Resveratrol and Health Dipak K. Das & Ole Vang University of Connecticut School of Medicine, Farmington; Roskilde University, Denmark

✤✤ Examines the phytoalexin resveratrol and the ongoing studies about its effects on health. ✤✤ Anti-cancer, anti-inflammatory, blood-sugar-lowering, and other beneficial cardiovascular effects of resveratrol have been reported in experiments with mouse and rat model systems, but overall effects on the lifespan of many model organisms remain controversial. ✤✤ Part of the Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences series. READERSHIP: Researchers and clinicians in plant science, cell & molecular biology, and human health and nutrition SERIES: ANNALS OF THE NEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES

Mar 2011  252pp  978-1-5733-1814-3  pr  £85.00  €102.00

The Year in Cognitive Neuroscience 2011 Alan Kingstone & Michael B. Miller University of British Columbia; University of California, Santa Barbara

✤✤ Features papers from leading scientists on current topics in cognitive neuroscience. ✤✤ Explores a variety of issues on the brain and behaviour. ✤✤ Examines challenges and opportunities in social neuroscience. ✤✤ Part of the Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences series. READERSHIP: Researchers in neuroscience, neurology, psychology, and psychiatry SERIES: ANNALS OF THE NEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES

May 2011  252pp  978-1-5733-1834-1  pr  £85.00  €102.00

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Clearance of Dying Cells in a Healthy and Diseased Immune System Dror Mevorach Hadassah University Hospital Eink-Karem, Israel

✤✤ Discusses recent findings on the function and processes of the immune system in the context of diseases, such as inflammatory and autoimmune diseases, cancer, and infections. ✤✤ Explores the mechanisms of tolerance induction by dying cells and mechanisms of danger induction by dying cells. ✤✤ Features papers on the clearance of dying cells in cancer and other diseases. ✤✤ Part of the Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences series. READERSHIP: Researchers in cell biology and immunology SERIES: ANNALS OF THE NEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES

FEB 2011  252pp  978-1-5733-1797-9  pr  £85.00  €102.00

The Year in Diabetes and Obesity Alvin C. Powers Vanderbilt Diabetes Center, Nashville, TN

✤✤ Inaugural volume of a new reviews series. ✤✤ Features thought-provoking reviews on the molecular, basic, and clinical aspects of diabetes and obesity. ✤✤ Key topics covered range from early life nutrition and metabolic programming to metabolic surgery for type 2 diabetes. ✤✤ Part of the Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences series. READERSHIP: Researchers and clinicians in endocrinology as well as general practitioners, nutritionists, and other primary care professionals SERIES: ANNALS OF THE NEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES

Feb 2011  252pp  978-1-5733-1756-6  pr  £85.00  €102.00

The Year in Immunology 3 Noel R. Rose The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD

✤✤ Features reviews on key topics in immunology. ✤✤ Examines novel approaches to understanding immunoregulatory mechanisms and immune signalling. ✤✤ Includes contributions on lineage determination of T cells, roles of various receptors in B cell activation, activation of basophils, micro-RNAs (miRNAs) in inflammation and immunity, and autoimmune disorders. ✤✤ Part of the Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences series. READERSHIP: Researchers and clinicians in immunology SERIES: ANNALS OF THE NEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES

Mar 2011  252pp  978-1-5733-1811-2  pr  £85.00  €102.00

Addiction Reviews 3 George R. Uhl National Institutes of Health IRP (NIDA), Baltimore, MD

✤✤ Features refereed reviews of topics of interest to specialists in addiction. ✤✤ Highlights contributions that NIAAA and investigators interested in alcoholism have made to the field of addiction. ✤✤ Includes discussion of alcoholic liver disease; brain, stress and susceptibility to addiction; alcohol binge drinking; epigenetics of addiction; and the pharmacological enhancement of drug cue extinction learning. ✤✤ Part of the Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences series. READERSHIP: Researchers and clinicians working in addiction SERIES: ANNALS OF THE NEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES

Apr 2011  252pp  978-1-5733-1812-9  pr  £85.00  €102.00

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Jeffrey I. Mechanick, Li Sun & Mone Zaidi Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York, NY; Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York, NY; Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York

✤✤ Features invited scholarly papers on the topic of molecular and integrative physiology of the musculoskeletal system. ✤✤ Includes papers on muscle physiology and on new paradigms such as arthritis, crossover therapeutics for bisphosphonates in cancer medicine, bone marrow stem cell research in cardiology, and systems biology and bone pathophysiology. ✤✤ Examines the musculoskeletal system; a complex network of molecular signalling both within the bone and also among bone, muscle, and other organs.

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Molecular and Integrative Physiology of the Musculoskeletal System

✤✤ Part of the Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences series. READERSHIP: Researchers in cell and molecular biology SERIES: ANNALS OF THE NEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES

Feb 2011  252pp  978-1-5733-1831-0  pr  £85.00  €102.00

Rapid Detection, Characterization and Enumeration of Foodborne Pathogens JEFFREY HOORFAR National Food Institute, Technical University of Denmark

✤✤ Offers a unique collection of the newest and most effective detection techniques currently in use in diagnostic laboratories, and discusses the application of these often complex methods. ✤✤ Aids readers in selecting the most efficient method, finding the necessary resources, and avoiding the most common pitfalls in implementation. ✤✤ Provides guidelines for faster, more user-friendly, and cost-effective enumeration of pathogens. ✤✤ Organized by production chains or contamination scenarios. READERSHIP: Researchers, regulators, testing laboratory personnel, risk managers, and graduate students SERIES: AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MICROBIOLOGY SERIES

JUN 2011  420pp  978-1-5558-1542-4  CL  £120.00  €144.00

An Introduction to the Food Microbiology Laboratory Lee-Ann Jaykus ✤✤ Based on a course taught at North Carolina State University, very much in line with current pedagogy in food science. ✤✤ Provides 18 laboratories, more than needed for a single semester. ✤✤ Includes 10 Appendices, including Study Questions, Special Projects, and TA Instructions. ✤✤ Offers instructors considerable flexibility in teaching. ✤✤ Can be paired with Food Microbiology: An Introduction. READERSHIP: Primarily for upper-division undergraduate students SERIES: AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MICROBIOLOGY SERIES

Aug 2011  200pp  978-1-5558-1485-4  cl  £44.95  €54.00

Genomic Inquiries into Oral Bacterial Communities Paul E. Kolenbrander National Institutes of Health

✤✤ Explores the use of genome sequences to formulate and answer questions related to interspecies interactions among human oral microbes. ✤✤ Goes beyond the reporting of genome sequencing information. ✤✤ Focuses on how knowledge of a genome sequence can be applied to answer a research question and emphasizes mixed-species community life and oral microbial biofilms. READERSHIP: Researchers interested in oral bacteria, biofilms, signal exchange; microbial communities; graduate students in these areas SERIES: AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MICROBIOLOGY SERIES

Jul 2011  424pp  978-1-5558-1503-5  cl  £112.00  €134.00

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Medically Important Fungi

LIFE SCIENCE

5th Edition

D. Larone Cornell Medical Center

✤✤ Provides a step-by-step procedure that helps laboratory workers readily identify fungi. ✤✤ Provides the preeminent bench-side guide and teaching aid for the identification of clinically encountered fungi. ✤✤ Covers material in a relatively elementary manner designed for a microbiologist or student of pathology. READERSHIP: Microbiologists, laboratory workers, or students of pathology SERIES: AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MICROBIOLOGY SERIES

Sep 2011  436pp  978-1-5558-1660-5  cl  £105.00  €126.00

Scientific Integrity FRANCIS L. MACRINA ✤✤ Presents core topics for graduate and postdoctoral trainees and professional researchers on the principles of scientific integrity. ✤✤ Contains highly relevant interactive case studies, written by practicing scientists on the front lines of ethical issues. ✤✤ Covers essential topics related to the conduct of scientific investigations, such as guidelines, policies, standards, and codes. ✤✤ Offers a companion Web site, maintained by the author, containing a rich collection of Internet resources. ✤✤ Includes discussion questions to promote critical thought. READERSHIP: Designed for graduate and postgraduate courses in the biomedical, natural, and behavioral sciences; may also be used in upper-level undergraduate courses SERIES: AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MICROBIOLOGY SERIES

Sep 2011  440pp  978-1-5558-1661-2  PR  £74.95  €90.00

Polar and Sub-Polar Microbiology ROBERT V. MILLER & LYLE WHYTE ✤✤ Introduces the field of Arctic, Antarctic and sub-polar microbiology to a wide range of microbiologists and environmental scientists. ✤✤ Provides information on polar microbiology as fast growing field that can tell us much about the fundamentals of life on earth. ✤✤ Describes the importance of polar microbial communities as analogues for astrobiology investigations looking for life on other very cold solar system bodies. ✤✤ Written for a general microbiology audience. READERSHIP: Microbial ecologists, evolutionary biologists; microbiologists interested in diversity, extreme habitats, geomicrobiology, astrobiolog; scientists working on various aspects of global climate change SERIES: AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MICROBIOLOGY SERIES

AUG 2011  416pp  978-1-5558-1604-9  CL  £120.00  €144.00

Microbial Metal and Metalloid Metabolism JOHN F. STOLZ & RONALD S. OREMLAND ✤✤ Provides an overview of the current state of the field as well as a prognosis for future directions. ✤✤ Covers a wide range of topics and approaches with contributions by both established leaders in the field as well as up and coming new investigators. ✤✤ Offers information on the many major innovations and discoveries have been recently made. ✤✤ Covers the nearly 300 annotated microbial genomes as well as those in production. READERSHIP: The intended audience is professionals, researchers, and advanced students. These include researchers at universities, private companies, and national labs as well as environmental consultants and contractors SERIES: AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MICROBIOLOGY SERIES

JUN 2011  308pp  978-1-5558-1536-3  CL  £105.00  €126.00

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BESS B. WARD Princeton University

✤✤ Provides a comprehensive and authoritative review that is long overdue, particularly with the groundbreaking discovery of the annamox bacteria ✤✤ Offers study on an area important in many environments; including oceanography, limnology, soil science and civil engineering ✤✤ Edited by leading microbiologists at the cutting-edge of nitrification studies READERSHIP: Primarily for microbial ecologists, physiologists, ecologists; also a useful resource for oceanographers and limnologists, ecosystem ecologists, and civil engineers

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Nitrification

SERIES: AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MICROBIOLOGY SERIES

MAR 2011  454PP  978-1-5558-1481-6  CL  £120.00  €144.00

Manual of Clinical Microbiology, 10th Edition JAMES VERSALOVIC Texas Children’s Hospital

✤✤ Presents up-to-date diagnostic testing information, including molecular diagnosis. ✤✤ Offers comprehensive coverage of antimicrobial susceptibility testing techniques for major groups of organisms. ✤✤ Provides updates of all microbial taxonomy. ✤✤ Offers extensive, up-to-date information on a wealth of new topics, procedures, and discoveries. READERSHIP: A must-have reference for anyone who works in the fields of clinical microbiology, clinical practice, human diseases, and diagnostic testing- whether in a university, laboratory, or hospital SERIES: AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MICROBIOLOGY SERIES

MAY 2011  2552PP  978-1-5558-1463-2  CL  £195.00  €234.00

Essential Fluid, Electrolyte and pH Homeostasis Gillian Cockerill & Stephen Reed St George’s University of London; University of Westminster

✤✤ A unique, pocket companion devoted to fluid, electrolyte and acid base homeostasis. ✤✤ Printed in a handy format designed to enhance its portability, this book will provide an instant self-study guide for undergraduate biomedical, pharmacology, medical and allied health undergraduates. ✤✤ Accessible, self directed study guide with topics presented in bite sized chunks supported by numerous, self test questions and model answers this primer will provide an invaluable guide to this notoriously difficult subject. ✤✤ Includes numerous clinical examples to illustrate abnormalities and diseases that can arise as a result of changes in fluid and electrolyte balance within the body. READERSHIP: Primary market: Year 2/3 Biomedical science, physiology, human biochemistry, pharmacology, allied health and possibly preclinical medical, undergraduate students

Jul 2011  224pp  978-0-470-68306-4  pr  £22.50  €27.00

Studies in Viral Ecology Christon J. Hurst U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Cincinnati, Ohio

✤✤ Professor Hurst is one of researchers responsible for establishing this field, a primary authority. ✤✤ A unique treatment of viruses beyond the usual taxonomic boundaries (i.e. mammals). ✤✤ Incorporates into a single set information on the concepts of viral ecology as they apply across the spectrum of microbial, plant, and animal host systems. ✤✤ Includes information on viruses of cetaceans, corals, crustaceans, and molluscs. ✤✤ Excellent reference for laboratory and for my graduate level viral ecology and environmental genomics. READERSHIP: The audience for this book is students at advanced undergraduate and graduate levels. It also will serve as a reference book for professionals in the fields of virology, microbial ecology, infectious diseases and disease transmission relative to humans, animals, and plants. This audience includes virologists, microbiologists, physicians, veterinarians, and agriculturalists

Volume One: Microbial and Botanical Host Systems

Jun 2011  372pp  978-0-4706-2396-1  CL  £88.50  €112.20

Volume Two: Animal Host Systems

Jun 2011  428pp  978-0-470-62429-6  CL  £88.50  €106.20

Also available as a two volume set:

Jun 2011  978-1-1180-2458-4  CL  £167.00  €200.40

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Fungi – Biology and Applications

LIFE SCIENCE

2nd Edition

Kevin Kavanagh NUI Maynooth, Ireland

✤✤ Fully updated and including three new chapters on Applications to Genomics to Fungi, Biotechnological use of Fungal Enzymes and Fungal Proteomics. ✤✤ Includes revision questions and further reading. ✤✤ Each chapter is written by internationally recognized experts. ✤✤ Companion website with additional images, further reading etc. ✤✤ Colour plate section. READERSHIP: Undergraduates studying courses in Fungal Biology, Microbiology, Microbial Biotechnology, Genetics, Animal Parisitology, Molecular Mycology, Geomicrobiology, Fungal Growth and Morphogenesis, Mycology, Biochemistry, Genetics

Sep 2011  352pp  978-0-470-97709-5  pr  £34.95  €42.00  /  978-0-470-97710-1  cl  £90.00  €108.00

Research Ethics for Scientists Principles for Best Practice

C. NEAL (JR) STEWART University of Tennessee

✤✤ Tackles the ethical issues of a being a scientist rather than the ethical questions raised by science itself. ✤✤ Case studies used for a practical approach. ✤✤ Written by an experienced researcher and PhD mentor. ✤✤ Accessible advice for the less experienced scientist. READERSHIP: Primary Market: Graduate students and postdocs as well as young professors. All research based science degree programs now contain compulsory research ethics modules. 241 life science courses in the UK. Secondary Market: Practicing research scientists

AUG 2011  160PP  978-0-470-74564-9  PR  £19.99  €24.00

Getting Published in Biology RICHARD J. GLADON, WILLIAM R. GRAVES & J. MICHAEL KELLY ✤✤ Unique “backwards” approach to manuscript development teaching the reader to construct the manuscript beginning with conclusions and ending with the abstract. ✤✤ Emphasizes compliance with the formatting required by refereed journals and communicating “take home messages”. ✤✤ An excellent reference for new authors submitting research to peer-reviewed journals ✤✤ Includes practical exercises designed both to help new authors build a solid writing foundation, and for more experienced writers to improve their skills. ✤✤ Easily adaptable to a broad range of scientists writing for diverse venues and disciplines. READERSHIP: Graduate students in the biological sciences, as well as professional researchers interested in polishing their writing skills and increasing successful publication in peer-reviewed journals

MAY 2011  240PP  978-1-1180-1716-6  PR  TBA

Molecular Analysis and Genome Discovery 2nd Edition

RALPH RAPLEY & STUART HARBRON University of Hertfordshire; Zetratronics Ltd

✤✤ Completely revised and updated new edition of successful text in a fast-moving field. ✤✤ Provides a comprehensive overview of recent developments in the area of molecular-based diagnostics. ✤✤ Explains key concepts and elements and gives applied examples on new areas emerging in the field of disease marker discovery. ✤✤ Written by a team of leading international experts from both industry and academia. ✤✤ Includes in depth discussion of a combination of techniques and concepts.

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READERSHIP: Final year undergraduates and postgraduates studying molecular medicine, biotechnology and allied medical areas. Researchers in the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries.

SEP 2011  320PP  978-0-470-75877-9  CL  £75.00  €90.00


PHILIP D. WHITFIELD & DAVID ECKERSALL ✤✤ Provides practical methods for further study of animal proteomics. ✤✤ Explores applications of proteomics in applied fields ranging from adaptive processes to reproduction. ✤✤ Chapters written by global experts in animal proteomic research. READERSHIP: Animal scientists and veterinarians currently researching these topics in domestic animals

SEP 2011  452PP  978-0-8138-1791-0  CL  £99.99  €120.00

LIFE SCIENCE

Methods in Animal Proteomics

Melanins and Melanosomes

Biosynthesis, Structure, Physiological, and Pathological Functions

PATRICK A. RILEY & JAN BOROVANSKY University College London, London, UK; Charles University of Prague, Prague, Czech Republic

✤✤ Compiles all current knowledge and progress on the molecular basis of skin pigmentation. ✤✤ Offers a comprehensive coverage of melanin biology. ✤✤ Written by the top-experts in the field. ✤✤ Covers the Biochemistry, Genetics and Pathobiology of pigmentation. ✤✤ Examines newly-discovered roles for melanin around the body. ✤✤ An valuable reference for both researchers and clinicians interested in pigmentation. READERSHIP: Cell Biologists, Cancer Researchers, Molecular Biologists, Biochemists, Dermatologists, Oncologists, Libraries at Universities, Cosmetics Industry

JUL 2011  424PP  978-3-5273-2892-5  CL  £115.00  €144.00

Alternative pre-mRNA Splicing Theory and Protocols

STEFAN STAMM, CHRIS SMITH & REINHARD LÜHRMANN University of Kentucky, Lexington, USA; University of Cambridge, UK; MPI for Biophysical Chemistry, Göttingen, Germany

✤✤ Comprehensive introductory section on RNA splicing mechanisms. ✤✤ Describes all up-to-date techniques used to study RNA splicing. ✤✤ Includes background and troubleshooting information followed by one page step-by-step protocols for each technique. ✤✤ Provides representative experiment results. ✤✤ Edited and written by prominent members of the RNA society. ✤✤ Companion website with videos of experiments, additional data and Q&A blog. READERSHIP: Molecular Biologists, Geneticists, Laboratory Medics, Biological Laboratory Technicians, Students in Molecular Biology, Biotechnological Institutes

JUL 2011  660PP  978-3-5273-2606-8  PR  £60.00  €72.00

Biocatalysis A Textbook

ANDREAS S. BOMMARIUS & BETTINA R. RIEBEL-BOMMARIUS ✤✤ Comprehensively covers the theory, methods and applications of protein engineering and biocatalysis. ✤✤ Based on a very successful handbook as well as student lectures by the author. ✤✤ The author has extensive experience in industry as well as academia. READERSHIP: Students of Biotechnology, Biochemistry, Chemistry, Lecturers in Biochemistry, Biotechnological Industry, Pharmaceutical Industry, Biotechnological Institutes, Biochemical Institutes, Chemical Institutes

MAR 2012  450PP  978-3-5273-1868-1  PR  £65.00  €78.00

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LIFE SCIENCE

Carbofuran and Wildlife Poisoning: Global Perspectives and Forensic Approaches NGAIO RICHARDS & PIERRE MINEAU Anglia Ruskin University; National Wildlife Research Centre

✤✤ A definitive reference on the subject. ✤✤ Includes numerous global case studies. ✤✤ The first book devoted entirely to the issue of carbofuran and wildlife mortality. ✤✤ Comprises of both historical and current perspectives. ✤✤ Contributions from key stakeholders in the issue of global wildlife poisoning with carbofuran. ✤✤ Looks at the forensic aspects of carbofuran poisoning. READERSHIP: Primary Market: Universities, Researchers in the field, NGOs, conservation organizations, wildlife veterinarians / toxicologists, Police Wildlife crime sections, the RSPB. Secondary Market: An invaluable reference for practitioners and investigators working in the field looking for an overview of the subject and the forensic techniques available for wildlife crime investigations

SEP 2011  288PP  978-0-470-74523-6  CL  £90.00  €108.00

Drought and Aquatic Systems P. SAM LAKE Monash University

✤✤ First comprehensive and coherent review and synthesis of the impacts of drought on the ecology of aquatic systems. ✤✤ Makes a valuable contribution to ecology in general and to disturbance and freshwater ecology in particular. ✤✤ Will serve as a textbook for freshwater ecology courses and as a valuable resource for ecologists, environmental scientists and water resource managers. READERSHIP: Primarily graduate students and practicing researchers in the areas of freshwater ecology, water resource management, and environmental science SERIES: EFFECTS AND RESPONSES

JUL 2011  384PP  978-1-4051-8560-8  CL  £55.00  €66.00

Central European Stream Ecosystems RÜDIGER WAGNER, JÜRGEN MARXSEN, PETER ZWICK & EILEEN J. COX University of Kassel, Kassel, Germany; Justus Liebig University, Giessen, Germany; Schlitz, Germany; British National Museum, London, UK

✤✤ Unmatched long term data from the best studied steam in the world. ✤✤ All authors are from the Max-Planck Gesellschaft. ✤✤ Invaluable data basis for modelling purposes for everyone working on stream ecology. READERSHIP: Limnologists, Ecologists, Biologists, Hydrologists, Libraries at Universities

JUL 2011  776PP  978-3-5273-2952-6  CL  £150.00  €180.00

Forest Products and Wood Science 6th Edition

RUBIN SHMULSKY ✤✤ Fully revised to meet the changing needs of Forestry and Wood Science students and professionals ✤✤ Written by an author team with experience both in the private sector and academia ✤✤ New web-based supporting materials to enhance the text READERSHIP: Graduate students in Forestry and Wood Science Departments, forestry industry personnel, forestry researchers, biomass researchers

JUL 2011  488pp  978-0-8138-2074-3  CL  £58.99  €70.80

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THOMAS J. SAUER, JOHN NORMAN & MONIQUE LECLERC ✤✤ Two-part text bringing together the latest research in soil science and climatology. ✤✤ Covers the ethical, political and social issues surrounding the stewardship of this vital resource. ✤✤ Based on topics presented by speakers at the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development's conference. ✤✤ Internationally contributed to by experts in the field. READERSHIP: Soil scientists, crop scientists, plant scientists, agronomists, environmental scientists, agricultural and natural resources engineers and economists, environmental policy makers and conservationists

AUG 2011  272PP  978-0-470-95857-5  CL  £120.00  €144.00

Modelling Forest Growth and Yield JERRY VANCLAY ✤✤ Single source reference providing an evaluation and distillation of current scientific literature. ✤✤ Covers statistical techniques used in forest model construction. ✤✤ Accessible, reader-friendly style. READERSHIP: Primary Market: Graduate Students studying forestry, ecology and environmental sciences. Secondary Market: Researchers and practitioners in the field of growth and yield modelling, foresters, consulting firms, natural resource managers, environmental NGOs

AUG 2011  424PP  978-0-470-66500-8  CL  £90.00  €108.00

LIFE SCIENCE / Fisheries & Aquaculture

Sustaining Soil Productivity in Response to Global Climate Change

Ecological Aspects of Nitrogen Metabolism in Plants JOE C. POLACCO & CHRISTOPHER D. TODD University of Missouri-Columbia; University of Saskatchewan

✤✤ Thorough coverage of plant nitrogen acquisition within the larger ecological community. ✤✤ Sections explore plant interactions with a wide variety of organisms ranging from soil microbes to arthropods. ✤✤ Valuable source of information for plant scientists, crop scientists, and ecologists. READERSHIP: Plant biologists, plant nutrition researchers, crop scientists, ecologists, molecular biologists

MAR 2011  448PP  978-0-8138-1649-4  CL  £130.00  €156.00

Fish Cognition and Behavior 2nd Edition

CULUM BROWN, KEVIN LALAND & JENS KRAUSE University of Edinburgh; University of St Andrews; University of Leeds

✤✤ Written by animal behavior experts from around the world ✤✤ Editors are well known and respected in these subject areas ✤✤ Fully revised and expanded second edition including three brand new chapters ✤✤ Important information for fisheries managers globally READERSHIP: Fish biologists, animal behaviorists (ethologists), fisheries managers and scientists, aquatic ecologists, aquaculture personnel, ecologists. Upper level undergraduate students and graduate students SERIES: FISH AND AQUATIC RESOURCES

JUL 2011  420PP  978-1-4443-3221-6  CL  £120.00  €144.00

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Fisheries & Aquaculture / Food Science

Ecosystem Based Fisheries Management in the Western Pacific EDWARD GLAZIER ✤✤ Provides a comprehensive status report of ecosystem-based management in a key geographic region. ✤✤ Presents a full picture of implementation in a key region of advancement. ✤✤ Discusses data sources and appropriate modelling systems. ✤✤ Includes biological and social science perspectives to better predict future direction. READERSHIP: Fisheries scientists, fisheries managers, fish biologists, ecologists, aquaculture scientists and researchers, policy makers, and social scientists

JUN 2011  332PP  978-0-8138-2154-2  CL  £145.00  €174.00

Processed Cheeses and Analogues ADNAN TAMIME ✤✤ The only current volume to deal with this commercially significant sector of the dairy industry. ✤✤ Includes a dedicated chapter on international legislation. ✤✤ Chapters authored by an international team of experts. READERSHIP: Manufacturers and Users of processed and analogue cheese products internationally; dairy Scientists in industry and research; advanced food science students with an interest in dairy science SERIES: SOCIETY OF DAIRY TECHNOLOGY SERIES

JUN 2011  368pp  978-1-4051-8642-1  CL  £130.00  €156.00

Food and Package Engineering SCOTT A. MORRIS ✤✤ Designed around the systemic nature of the packaging industry. ✤✤ Discusses critical interrelated topics such as economics, politics and natural resources. ✤✤ Provides multi-level access using a modular design for general, intermediate and advanced level readers. READERSHIP: Students or readers who are interested in the current state of the art information in research and new industrial developments

MAY 2011  424pp  978-0-8138-1479-7  CL  £130.00  €156.00

Chemical Analysis of Antibiotic Residues in Food JIAN WANG, JAMES D. MacNEIL & JACK F. KAY Canadian Food Inspection Agency, Canada; Canadian Food Inspection Agency, Canada; UN Food and Agriculture Organization, USA

✤✤ Provides a single source for readers interested in the development of analytical methods to measure antibiotic residues in food. ✤✤ Topics include general issues related to analytical quality control and quality assurance, measurement uncertainty, screening and confirmatory methods. ✤✤ Presents updated information on food safety regulation based on routine screening and confirmatory methods, especially LC-MS ✤✤ Presents analytical methods and background information to understand the choice of marker residue and target animal tissue for regulatory analysis. ✤✤ Provides general guidance for method development, validation, and estimation of measurement uncertainty.

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READERSHIP: Analysts, scientists, managers and/or laboratories involved in the production of ABs used in animal health, food of animal origin, and food products. It also serves as a reference book for students, at universities and colleges. The book is also appropriate for people that work for government regulatory or private laboratories with job titles such as technician, analyst, supervisor, manager, research chemist, research scientist, etc. SERIES: WILEY ONLINE LIBRARY SERIES ON MASS SPECTROMETRY

AUG 2011  448PP  978-0-470-49042-6  CL  £66.95  €80.40


JAMES G. BRENNAN & ALISTAIR S. GRANDISON University of Reading, UK; University of Reading, UK

✤✤ Completely revised and updated edition plus 35% new content. ✤✤ 9 new chapters, including on topical issues such as Traceability & Hygienic Design and the newest innovations, i.e. Emerging Technologies, Use of Enzymes and Nanotechnology in Food Processing. ✤✤ Essential for anybody working in the Food Industry. The processed food industry alone is worth US$3.2 trillion. READERSHIP: Food industry, food chemists, food technologists, process engineers, chemists in industry, chemical engineers

JUL 2011  850PP  978-3-527-32468-2  CL  £205.00  €246.00

Pump Wisdom

Problem Solving for Operators and Specialists

HEINZ P. BLOCH Process Machinery Consulting, USA

✤✤ Provides a concise explanation of how pumps function.

Food Science / Chemistry

Food Processing Handbook

✤✤ Details the specifications to be considered when purchasing a pump. ✤✤ Provides tips on installation of centrifugal pumps in process plants. ✤✤ Written in concise language, purposefully avoids excessive mathematical treatment. ✤✤ Explains pump hydraulics, in easy to understand terms. ✤✤ It emphasizes the mechanical aspects of pumps. It delves into misunderstandings and oversights on bearings, seals, impeller trimming, lubricant application, lubricant types, etc. READERSHIP: Chemical engineers, petroleum engineers, mechanical engineers, operators, managers, purchasing agents, machinists, reliability technicians, and maintenance workers, who work in water and wastewater plants, process plants, power plants and in other related manufacturing plants

APR 2011  222PP  978-1-1180-4123-9  CL  £33.50  €40.20

Heterocycles in Life and Society

An Introduction to Heterocyclic Chemistry, Biochemistry and Applications 2nd Edition

ALEXANDER F. POZHARSKII, ALAN R. KATRITZKY & ANATOLI SOLDATENKOV Southern Federal University, Russia; University of Florida, USA; Russian People’s Friendship University, Russia

✤✤ Only book to consider heterocyclic compounds from the viewpoint of their practical significance and biochemical importance, rather than their chemical reactions ✤✤ Completely revised and expanded for this second edition, drawing on a decade of innovation in heterocyclic chemistry ✤✤ New chapters on heterocycles in supramolecular chemistry, and the origin of heterocycles on the early Earth ✤✤ The new edition describes the importance of heteorcyclic molecules in new fields such as nanochemistry, green chemistry, molecular devices and sensors, and molecular electronics ✤✤ Stresses the interdisciplinary nature of heterocycles: its influence pervades biochemistry, medicine, agricultural chemistry and technology ✤✤ Written by three highly acclaimed researchers in heterocyclic chemistry who have many years’ experience of teaching between them READERSHIP: Students and researchers working in heterocyclic chemistry, students and researchers in academia and industry in organic chemistry, biochemistry, drug discovery, molecular materials and devices, and industrial chemicals (e.g. agrochemicals and dyes).

APR 2011  384PP  978-0-470-71410-2  PR  £39.95  €48.00  /  978-0-470-71411-9  CL  £100.00  €120.00

Basic Concepts of Crystallography EMIL ZOLOTOYABKO Technion, Israel

✤✤ Experienced university teacher: the author has been teaching crystallography courses for more than twenty years to students of physics, chemistry, biology and materials science ✤✤ Reader-centered: based on the author’s lectures, the book answers the questions students really ask instead of delving into esoteric details ✤✤ Supports understanding by: numerous clear-cut illustrations, easy-to-read crystallographic tables, questions with answers ✤✤ Well-balanced approach: visual, intuitive understanding takes precedence over formalism; only as much mathematics as necessary ✤✤ Compact and self-contained treatment: the book is suitable for crystallography courses in physics, chemistry, materials science and biology irrespective of the academic background of the audience READERSHIP: Students in chemistry, students in physics, bachelor’s students in material sciences, master’s students in material sciences, cristallographers, solid state physicists, solid state chemists, lecturers, libraries

JUL 2011  290PP  978-3-527-33009-6  PR  £40.00  €48.00

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Organic Spectroscopy Workbook

Chemistry

MICHAEL ROUILLARD, JEAN‐PIERRE RABINE & THOMAS FORREST University of Nice, France; University of Nice, France; Dalhousie University, Canada

✤✤ A student workbook featuring a set of exercises in structure determination by interpretation of different spectra typically found in an undergraduate chemistry course ✤✤ Presented in four‐colour A4 landscape format with the spectra and explanation/analysis on facing pages ✤✤ Features a large range of MS, IR and NMR data, similar to those typically used in the routine analysis of small‐sized organic molecules. ✤✤ Allows the student to use work in tandem with the spectra on the accompanying website ✤✤ French: http://www.unice.fr/cdiec/multispectroscopie/ and in English: http://www.unice.fr/cdiec/ multispectroscopy/ ✤✤ Complete explanations of the spectra at the student’s fingertips ✤✤ Relevant as a benchtop/desktop reference guide for determining structures using spectroscopic data. READERSHIP: Undergraduate students taking organic synthesis, spectroscopy or analytical chemistry modules, PhD research students, undergraduate students involved in the health sciences, especially pharmacy students

SEP 2011  280PP  978-1-1199-9379-7  CL  £42.50  €51.00

System Safety

Definition of Terms and Concepts

CLIFTON A. ERICSON, II EG&G Technical Services, Inc., USA

✤✤ The first book explicitly devoted to defining all of the major terms and concepts used in system safety and reliability. ✤✤ Helps the safety professional find their way through the current jungle of terms and definitions used in books, guidelines, standards and even laws. ✤✤ Creates a single common and correct definition for all safety-related terms and concepts. ✤✤ Includes examples and key reference standards. READERSHIP: Analysts, engineers and managers in the fields of safety, reliability, quality, risk management and design, safety & health professionals and design personnel, agencies such as NASA, DoD, FAA, NTSB, DOT, DOE, etc. Corporations involved in system development and applying the system safety process to their products, short course, re-sellers

JUN 2011  520PP  978-0-470-92975-9  CL  £46.95  €56.40

Disaster Operations and Crisis Decision Making ROGER C. HUDER EOC personnel, USA

✤✤ Details methods for responding to disasters using critical decision making systems in order to efficiently implement emergency management operations during a disaster. ✤✤ Based on years of research, experience in the civilian emergency management sector and the adaptation of specific military procedures to meet civilian needs. ✤✤ Contains information on current technology, applications and lessons-learned in disaster operations. ✤✤ Hones the decision making, team building and operational skills and knowledge in the response to natural and manmade disasters. ✤✤ Lessons learned not only from the research but from the testing and re-testing of the software is the unique core of the book. READERSHIP: Emergency managers, fire chiefs, sheriff’s, police chiefs, homeland security professionals (i.e. FEMA), national guard, public works professionals, informational system professionals, public health officials,, community college and university emergency management degree programs

SEP 2011  350PP  978-0-470-92793-9  CL  £46.95  €56.40

Fuel and Combustion Systems Safety What you don’t know can kill you!

JOHN R. PUSKAR CEC Combustion Services Group, USA

✤✤ Provides an understanding of safety considerations in an industrial combustion system. ✤✤ Includes chapters discussing testing of various components that can be used as the basis of a routine testing procedures. ✤✤ Fill a gap that exists between the highly technical texts that exist and the basic concepts book on the market. ✤✤ Includes case studies of explosions through the years. READERSHIP: Safety engineers, environmental health and safety management professionals, plant technicians, maintenance managers, boiler operators and supervisors, plant managers, plant engineers

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SEP 2011  256PP  978-0-470-53360-4  CL  £53.50  €64.20


Essential Principles for Drug Hunters

ROSS L. STEIN Sirtris Pharmaceuticals, USA

✤✤ Is a comprehensive collection of theory and pragmatic approaches to guide readers in the science of performing detailed enzyme mechanistic studies ✤✤ Outlines the tools and techniques necessary to perform, understand, and interpret detailed kinetic studies for drug discovery ✤✤ Includes numerous case studies from the scientific literature

Chemistry

Kinetics of Enzyme Action

READERSHIP: Medicinal chemists who need to understand basic principles of enzyme kinetics so they are better able to interpret SAR data, scientists, senior scientists and directors in screening and biochemistry departments of biotech and pharmaceutical companies, biochemists, enzymologists, and molecular biologists, graduate students in medicinal chemistry, enzymology, metabolism and pharmacology, and pharma/drug related programs

SEP 2011  320PP  978-0-470-41411-8  CL  £53.50  €64.20

Corrosion of Carbon Steel and Its Control IWAO MATSUSHIMA & R. WINSTON REVIE Maebashi Institute of Technology, Japan; Canada Centre for Mineral and Energy Technology, Canada

✤✤ The cost of metallic corrosion to the total economy must be measured in hundreds of millions of dollars per year. ✤✤ Helps engineers understand and manage corrosion of steel structures, such as utility piping in buildings, harbor facilities, marine structures, bridges, underground pipelines, and foundation pilings. ✤✤ Details corrosion in natural environments and how to control it. ✤✤ Provides case histories illustrating examples of modern corrosion engineering including approaches based on design, coatings, and cathodic protection. READERSHIP: Corrosion engineers, engineers in charge of design, construction, and maintenance in the construction industry, researchers and scientists focused on corrosion prevention, consultants metallurgical and materials engineers, university students and their professors SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN CORROSION

JUL 2011  304PP  978-0-471-79958-0  CL  £53.50  €64.20

Comparative International Homeland Security Lessons for the United States

N. MORAG Center for Homeland Defense and Security, USA

✤✤ Covers strategies and tactic to combat terrorism from a number of the world’s democracies including , but not limited to: Great Britain, Israel, France, Germany, Canada, Australia, Netherlands, Spain, Italy and Turkey. ✤✤ Topics are organized topically rather than by country which allows the practitioner to easily compare and potentially integrate the concepts presented into practice. ✤✤ Introduces international homeland security operations for practitioners of U.S. homeland Security. ✤✤ Integrates international homeland security measures, appropriately modified, to reflect American laws, institutions and even, in some cases, cultural sensibilities. ✤✤ Provides examples such as how Asia dealt with Avian Flue of Jihadists. READERSHIP: Scientists, engineers, policymakers, law enforcement, engineering and technology libraries in academia, government workers, private and public sector risk managers, safety engineers, industrial hygienists, security professionals, facility managers, safety engineers, and emergency responders, health and safety trainers and consultants SERIES: WILEY SERIES ON HOMELAND DEFENSE AND SECURITY

AUG 2011  368PP  978-0-470-49714-2  CL  £60.50  €72.60

Threats to Agriculture A Strategic National Security Asset

O. SHAWN CUPP Army Command and General Staff College at Fort Leavenworth, USA

✤✤ The book defines Agroterrorism and provides examples of Animal Pathogens (Avian Influenza) Human Pathogens (Smallpox) and Zoonotic pathogens (West Nile, Rabies, and Botulism. ✤✤ Describes scenarios/vignettes of potential threats to the Agriculture system and poses questions for the reader. ✤✤ Discusses current national resources and responsibilities of federal and state agencies with recommended actions to protect agricultural resources. ✤✤ Presents complex subject matter such as biomass conversion and biodiversity and presents it in a clear convincing manner. ✤✤ Reviews federal products, agencies and services, World Trade Organization (WTO) and Sanitary and Phytosanitary Restrictions, and the roles of policy makers. ✤✤ Defines the role of biodiversity and research in agriculture for the rest of the world. READERSHIP: Homeland Security and FEMA professionals, state and local emergency managers, security consultants, agricultural engineers and managers, safety engineers, industrial hygienists, emergency responders, public health officials. This book is a good resource for the homeland security and agricultural programs. Buyers would include political scientists taking homeland security course, engineering or social science taking future trends in energy course, and agricultural economics course students taking courses such as: future trends in agriculture, agroterrorism, future world agriculture policy, restructure of US agribusiness. SERIES: WILEY SERIES ON HOMELAND DEFENSE AND SECURITY

JUL 2011  304PP  978-0-470-58793-5  CL  £53.50  €64.20

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The Unconventional Threat to Homeland Security

Chemistry

DAVID TUCKER & DAVID W. BRANNAN Both of the Naval Postgraduate School, USA

✤✤ Defines the term the unconventional threat as it relates to homeland security and is a foundational text for the field. ✤✤ Makes the case that an unconventional threat does not just consist of terrorism, but also includes sabotage and subversion. ✤✤ Particular focus given to the possibility for sabotage through the internet. ✤✤ Describes different pathways to becoming a terrorist, including those illuminated by the rational actor, psychological, social identity, and organizational approaches to understanding terrorism. ✤✤ Includes case studies from a historical perspective including the Cold War and World War 2. READERSHIP: The book is suitable as a text for upper division undergraduate and master’s level courses in homeland security programs, criminology programs and people who work in homeland security and national security affairs. The book is also a useful tool for law enforcement personnel, government staffers, policymakers, safety engineers, security professionals, and emergency responders SERIES: WILEY SERIES ON HOMELAND DEFENSE AND SECURITY

SEP 2011  304PP  978-0-470-55105-9  CL  £53.50  €64.20

Introduction to Membrane Science and Technology HEINRICH STRATHMANN University of Stuttgart, Germany

✤✤ Membrane technology is an essential topic for advanced undergraduate students and graduate students, ie E70000, esp E70700, E70900 & E71000. ✤✤ As it is a green technology, the topic is of utmost importance to industry and is therefore increasingly taught in universities. ✤✤ Provides an array of questions and answers and features numerous industrial case studies and examples. ✤✤ Useful for chemical and process engineers already working in industry, who need to advance their education in this vital and expanding field. READERSHIP: Students in chemical engineering, students in chemistry, lecturers in chemical engineering, libraries at universities, chemical engineers, and process engineers

SEP 2011  350PP  978-3-5273-2451-4  CL  £55.00  €66.00

CBRN Protection

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

ANDRE RICHARDT, JOHN F. WEIMASTER, BERND NIEMEYER & FRANK SABATH Bundeswehr Institute for Protection Technologies and NBC Protection, Germany; U.S. Dept. of Defence, USA; Universität der Bundeswehr, Germany; Bundeswehr Institute for Protection Technologies, Germany

✤✤ An introductory text on NBC weapons and agents, this volume leads the reader from the scientific basics to the current threats and strategies to prepare against them. ✤✤ Both “old” and “new” threats from NBC weapons and agents prepared by noncombatant forces, including terrorist organizations, are considered ✤✤ For classroom teaching as well as independent study, as each chapter contains problems (with solutions provided in the appendix), as well as a list of recommended reading ✤✤ The text is introduced by John Weimaster, the leading expert on weapons decontamination in the U.S. READERSHIP: Health officers, public health agencies, military authorities

SEP 2011  500PP  978-3-5273-2413-2  CL  £60.00  €72.00

Biomechatronic Design in Biotechnology A Methodology for Development of Biotechnological Products

CARL-FREDRIK MANDENIUS & MATS BJÖRKMAN Both of Linkoping University, Sweden

✤✤ Covers the introduction, fundamentals, theory, and applications of bio-mechatronic design principles written by leading experts in the field. ✤✤ The tools taught in this book can be used in product development by the reader to help create shorter development times and reduce the need for prototype testing and verification. ✤✤ Includes case study like examples of the technology used such as a Surface Plasmon Resonance Sensor and a Robotic Cell Culturing System for Human Embryonic Stem Cells. ✤✤ Provides a interdisciplinary and unifying approach of the many fields of Engineering Sciences and biotechnology used in bio-mechatronic design, including a number of concrete design examples.

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READERSHIP: Professionals in the industrial biotech sector which are involved in R&D and production of electronic and/or mechanical products which include or involve biological parts. These professionals typically have a background in biology, chemistry, molecular biology, system biologist, biological engineering, cell biology, product design, computer engineering production engineering and design. This will also include start-up companies, entrepreneurs in biotech, R&D directors and managers, production managers and design engineers.

AUG 2011  256PP  978-0-470-57334-1  CL  £60.50  €72.60


A Practical Guide

FRANCIS J. WALLER Air Products and Chemicals, Inc., USA

✤✤ Provides necessary insights, strategies, and examples of how to write a patent so it is not rejected by the United States Patent and Trade Office (USPTO) ✤✤ Guides an inventor through the writing process with examples from issued patents ✤✤ Helps readers understand basic steps for drafting and prosecuting a patent application ✤✤ Takes an approach fine-tuned through the author s American Chemical Society short course on the subject

Chemistry

Writing Chemistry Patents and Intellectual Property

READERSHIP: Professional (inventors) who want to write a patent chemists, chemical engineers, scientists, technicians, college and university faculty, researchers in industry, government and start-up companies and independent inventors college/ university faculty, intellectual property law firms, patent examiners

SEP 2011  320PP  978-0-470-49740-1  CL  £60.50  €72.60

A Practical Guide to Chiral Analysis LOUIS A. PETE SILKS, III University of New Mexico, USA

✤✤ Focuses on common methods of chiral analysis used by the practitioner but also has a number of cutting edge methods. ✤✤ Provides an entry-level, user-friendly introduction to chiral analysis that directs the user to more detailed texts when appropriate. ✤✤ Includes a chapter on the strategies of how to choose the correct method chiral analysis method. ✤✤ Highlights recent advances in methods for chiral analysis. ✤✤ Written by an expert in the field of chiral analysis. READERSHIP: Analytical chemists, pharmaceutical scientists, lab technicians who conduct separations in organic or biological synthesis; undergraduate and advanced students SERIES: CHEMICAL ANALYSIS: A SERIES OF MONOGRAPHS ON ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY AND ITS APPLICATIONS

SEP 2011  448PP  978-0-470-45550-0  CL  £66.95  €80.40

Application of Risk Management for Pharmaceutical and Biological Products Manufacturing HAMID MOLLAH, HAL BASEMAN & MICHAEL LONG Genentech, UK; Consultant, UK; Cooper Surgical, UK

✤✤ New FDA guidance, EU regulations, and international standards were issued in 2008; this book will be the first book exclusively addressing implementation of risk management for biological and pharmaceutical product manufacture. ✤✤ Provides a basic understanding of risk management (RM) concepts for the user who has a basic awareness, but lacking extensive RM experience. ✤✤ Includes actual tools and methods to use for managing risk in biologics and pharmaceutical manufacturing processes. ✤✤ Case studies and specific examples of use of RM for biological and pharmaceutical product manufacture. ✤✤ Useful references and a bibliography for the reader who wishes to gain additional knowledge in the subject. READERSHIP: Pharmaceutical and biological products manufacturing as well as the growing, R&D and regulatory affairs professionals, medical device and food professionals who have nearly identical risk management expectations, students and teachers in the fields of pharmaceutical engineering, pharmaceutical science and technology, and regulatory affairs

SEP 2011  300PP  978-0-470-55234-6  CL  £60.50  €72.60

Adjustment of TLVs® to Accommodate Specific Conditions in the Workplace DOUGLAS N. WYLIE & JOHN D. ELIAS Both of the University of Manitoba, Canada

✤✤ Threshold limit values or TLVs are airborne concentrations that normal healthy workers can be exposed to 8 hours a day, 5 days per week, without adverse affects. ✤✤ Includes a desktop guide as a quick reference table providing information on all chemicals that have TLVs. ✤✤ Information is provided in a practical manner, with formulas, graphs and tables providing specific guidance for making different types of adjustments on hundreds of common chemicals. ✤✤ Provides adjustments based on workforce conditions (age and health) and based on workplace conditions (unusual work schedules and exposure to multiple chemicals). READERSHIP: Industrial hygienists, safety professionals, human resources, occupational nurses, and union representatives. The workbook would also make an excellent text for the various industrial hygiene schools programs.

AUG 2011  304PP  978-0-470-48752-5  CL  £60.50  €72.60

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Metabolic Modeling

Chemistry

Approaches and Applications

RADHAKRISHNAN MAHADEVAN University of Toronto, USA

✤✤ Provides comprehensive coverage of metabolic modeling and its applications across disciplines like chemical, biochemical engineering, applied and environmental microbiology, bioengineering, and medicine ✤✤ Helps a range of professionals in the above fields to model processes in their work ✤✤ Documents different modeling methods and their applications in a wide variety of fields including functional genomics, metabolic engineering, integrative data analysis, and biomedical research ✤✤ Focuses on the strengths and limitations of the current modeling approaches and describes some of the challenges in extending the metabolic models to more applications ✤✤ Includes specific case studies that are critical to illustrate the practical applications of metabolic modeling approaches READERSHIP: Researchers in microbiology and biomedicine, industrial practitioners, professionals who work with computational chemical and genomic techniques, including systems biology, graduate students in chemical, biochemical engineering, applied and environmental microbiology, bioengineering, and medicine. Members of: American Chemical Society (ACS), American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE), Society of Biomedical Engineering (SBE), International Conference on Systems Biology (ICSB), Metabolomics Society, Biophysical Society, Federated American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB), American Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB), American Society of Microbiology (ASM), IEEE Readers of: Chemical and Engineering News, AIChE Journal, IEEE Proceedings in Systems Biology, Nature Molecular Systems Biology.

SEP 2011  352PP  978-0-470-08415-1  CL  £60.50  €72.60

Mass Transport in Biomedical Engineering JAMES S. ULTMAN Pennsylvania State University, USA

✤✤ Presents complex material in an easy to understand progression of ideas. ✤✤ Illustrates principles by example problems taken from physiology and medicine or design problems involving biomedical devices. ✤✤ Contains homework problems in each chapter which include both extensions of example problems and presentation of new applications. ✤✤ Discusses detailed biomedical applications in later chapters, which require the simultaneous use of various principles developed in the early parts of the book. ✤✤ Provides additional learning tools through an Instructor’s Manual containing complete problem solutions and the software used by the authors on Wiley’s FTP archive. READERSHIP: Graduate and advanced undergraduate students primarily in bioengineering departments, but also in chemical engineering departments, who are taking courses with titles such as biotransport, transport fundamentals, biological transport, biomedical engineering transport, etc.

SEP 2011  512PP  978-0-471-65632-6  CL  £66.95  €80.40

Bioprocessing Technologies in Integrated Biorefinery for Production of Biofuels, Biochemicals, and Biopolymers from Biomass SHANG-TIAN YANG, HESHAM A. EL ENSASHY, Y. MARTIN LO & NUTTHA THONGCHUL Ohio State University, USA; University Technology Malaysia, Malaysia; University of Maryland, USA; Chulalongkorn University, Thailand

✤✤ Provides a comprehensive review on the emerging biorefinery industry with each chapter highlighting an important biobased industrial product. ✤✤ Introductory text on biorefinery technologies for undergraduate and graduate students, and to industrial consultants with interests in biofuel, biochemical, and biopolymer industries. ✤✤ Content conveniently organized according to technologies (Biomass feedstock and pretreatment, Hydrolytic enzymes in biorefinery, Biofuels) to meet the needs of researchers with a broad range of backgrounds. ✤✤ Reference for researchers already familiar with biomass conversion technologies and for professionals in other fields, mainly agriculture, food, and chemical industries. READERSHIP: Researchers, practitioners, students, and consultants in the biorefinery field. It is of equal interest to researchers and technologists carrying out research on bioprocessing and biotechnology for biofuels and biochemicals production in industrial environment as well as in academia

JUL 2011  368PP  978-0-470-54195-1  CL  £66.95  €80.40

Quantitative Real-time PCR MIKAEL KUBISTA TATAA Biocenter, Sweden

✤✤ Includes a CD with pedagogic examples and software for advanced real-time PCR data analysis. ✤✤ Provides a single unified source for answers on data analysis for those in the quantitative real-time PCR community. ✤✤ Offers up-to-date information on technology and methodology for real-time qPCR. ✤✤ Guides the reader in how to plan and set up experiments and how to analyze the data from these experiments correctly. ✤✤ Written for the novice and expert scientist.

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READERSHIP: Scientists, researchers, teachers, and students in academic research laboratories, pharmaceutical companies, hospital laboratories, diagnostic companies, biotech companies, and instrument and reagent companies in the field. Courses on using realtime qpcr, especially those given by TATAA Biocenter (all over Europe and beginning in the U.S.). Members of: European Society of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases, Biotechnology Industry Organization, American Society of Gene Therapy, American Society of Microbiology, qpcrlistserver (a yahoo newsgroup listserver). Readers of: clinical chemistry, nucleic acids research, biomed central, biotechniques, nature protocols, genetic engineering news, the scientist biological statisticians.

SEP 2011  358PP  978-0-470-27515-3  CL  £66.95  €80.40


Practical and Applied Considerations

MICHAEL G. TOVEY Institut André Lwoff, France

✤✤ Covers all the principal aspects of the detection and quantification of antibodies, including a review of the expectations of regulatory authorities, greatly facilitates a more uniform approach across industry. ✤✤ Includes international perspectives from FDA, EMEA and Japan. ✤✤ Provides a comprehensive review of neutralization and the ability to measure and apply antibodies to modern science and medicine. ✤✤ Serves as a resource for biopharmaceutical drug development and wraps together what must otherwise be gathered from an extensive literature search weighed and synthesized. ✤✤ Compares strengths and weaknesses of various assays. ✤✤ Covers risk-based analysis of the potential harm to patients should a neutralizing antibody (NAb) response occur. ✤✤ Includes novel methods of detecting anti-drug neutralization antibodies, including one-step method based on the use of engineered reporter cells.

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Detection and Quantification of Antibodies to Biopharmaceuticals

READERSHIP: Biotechnology companies and pharma drug development specialists, analytical scientists and managers in pharmaceutical industry, basic and clinical immunologists and related professionals, academic pharmaceutical scientists

JUL 2011  400PP  978-0-470-56666-4  CL  £66.95  €80.40

Environmental Transport Processes 2nd Edition

BRUCE E. LOGAN Pennsylvania State University, USA

✤✤ Includes a solution manual for all of the problems in the text is available for adopters ✤✤ New topics to this edition include: non-aqueous phase liquids (NAPLs), the subject of aggregates, and biofilm kinetic models merged with mass transport concepts, including many transport example calculations ✤✤ Provides a unique combination of material from different fields (mass transport, kinetics, wastewater treatment, unit processes) as well as literature that is not at present in any other texts ✤✤ Provides a readable and approachable focus on environmental systems both environmentally engineered treatment processes and natural systems ✤✤ Includes many examples and provides a large number of problems that students can use to learn the material READERSHIP: Students, graduate students, researchers, and professors in mass transport relative to transport processes occurring in the natural environment course in environmental and chemical engineering programs, or as a first course in mass transfer relative to transport processes, environmental engineers, civil engineers, chemical engineers, geological engineers.

JUN 2011  560PP  978-0-470-61959-9  CL  £73.50  €88.20

Fundamentals and Applications of Radiochemistry LARRY A. BURCHFIELD Washington State University, USA

✤✤ Offers students and professionals an in-depth look at radiochemistry, including historical developments in atomic and nuclear studies; chemometrics; uncertainty studies; isotopes and nuclear measurement; laboratory strategies like method selection and validation; separations concepts; sample preparation and measurement; and quality evaluation ✤✤ Covers radiochemistry applications in astronomy, environmental science, chemistry, biology, medicine, forensic science, and industry ✤✤ Builds a strong foundation and a ready reference for students and professionals in science and engineering who need information on the chemistry of radioactive materials ✤✤ Includes chapter problems and a solutions manual READERSHIP: Universities offering courses in nuclear and radiochemistry, analytical chemists and scientists involved in radiochemistry and radiological science, environmental professionals in radio- and nuclear chemistry health physicists and nuclear safety personnel. Government agencies like Department of Defense, Department of Energy, Environmental Protection Agency. Members of: American Chemical Society (ACS), Radiochemistry Society, American Nuclear Society, Health Physics Society, International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), Institute of Nuclear Power Operators (INPO), society of nuclear medicine. Readers of: chemical and engineering news, health physics, journal of nuclear and radiochemical sciences, radioactivity and radiochemistry, journal of environmental radioactivity, radiocarbon, nuclear science and engineering, applied radiation and isotopes.

SEP 2011  624PP  978-0-471-79334-2  CL  £73.50  €88.20

The Chemist’s Toolbox ROBERT M. METZGER University of Alabama, USA

✤✤ Addresses the relevant equations, theories, and tools in the fields of chemistry, physics, materials science, and engineering with breadth and depth not available in any other single resource ✤✤ Discusses topics such as mechanics, special relativity, electricity and magnetism, quantum chemistry, thermodynamics, electrochemistry, statistical mechanics, symmetry, solid state physics and electronics ✤✤ Addresses all possible energy and electrical sources, detectors, and algorithms, as well as all presently available major and minor instrumentation ✤✤ Provides worked-out problems and suggested fill-in problems interspersed throughout the chapters READERSHIP: Researchers, professors, and graduate students in the fields of chemistry, physics, materials science, and engineering

AUG 2011  500PP  978-0-470-88925-1  CL  £73.50  €88.20

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Collaborative Computational Technologies for Biomedical Research SEAN EKINS, MAGGIE A. Z. HUPCEY & ANTONY J. WILLIAMS University of Maryland, USA; PA Consulting, USA; Royal Society of Chemistry, USA

✤✤ Covers a neglected but important topic regarding the management and information technology basis of large scale collaborations in drug discovery and development ✤✤ Describes state-of-the-art collaborative and computing techniques for the pharmaceutical industry ✤✤ Helps readers understand the value of collaborations, how to structure partnerships, how to manage data within collaborations, and how to identify the types of tools and systems they will need for managing different kinds of data ✤✤ Provides a balance between technological depth and accessibility for the non-specialist reader ✤✤ Includes case histories of both good and bad collaborations READERSHIP: Researchers developing IT systems in pharmaceutical industry and collaborative IT consortia for drug discovery, project managers, consultants, directors and VPs: computational biologists, chemoinformatics scientists, pharma IT professionals, computational chemists, bioinformatics scientists, IT architecture SERIES: WILEY SERIES ON TECHNOLOGIES FOR THE PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY

MAY 2011  520PP  978-0-470-63803-3  CL  £76.95  €92.40

Chemistry and Lithography UZODINMA OKOROANYANWU Globalfoundries, USA

✤✤ This book describes all aspects of chemical and optical lithography starting from its earliest history to current state of the technology. ✤✤ Investigates the chemical and physical principles in the evolution of lithography. ✤✤ Covers the processes for the synthesis, manufacture, usage and handling of lithographic materials. ✤✤ This book is a useful reference for anyone working in the semiconductor industry. READERSHIP: All involved in the semiconductor industry, practitioners, researchers and students, chemists, electrical engineers, chip designers and manufacturers, conferences: OSA, ISSCC, ISCS, EMC, ICASSP

FEB 2011  892PP  978-1-1180-3002-8  CL  £76.95  €92.40

Guidelines for Evaluating Process Plant Buildings for External Explosions and Fires 2nd Edition

CENTER FOR CHEMICAL PROCESS SAFETY (CCPS), USA ✤✤ Provides a single reference that explains the American Petroleum Institute (API) permanent (752) and temporary (753) building recommended practices and details how to implement them ✤✤ The new edition is over 150% larger than the previous edition due to more rigorous siting standards set in place ✤✤ New standards also cover toxicity hazards in addition to fire and explosion hazards ✤✤ Provides methods that can be applied in already existing facilities ✤✤ Practical, easy-to-use guideline on what really matters in siting process plant buildings and rating their blast and fire resistance 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

SEP 2011  304PP  978-0-470-64367-9  CL  £76.95  €92.40

From Molecule to Mind The Chemistry of the Sense of Smell

C. SELL Givaudan, UK

✤✤ An interesting account of the perfumery world from the chemistry to the biology of the sense of smell, through the analysis, the market and the effects involved when smelling an odor ✤✤ A topic of substantial commercial and industrial importance ✤✤ Contains many illustrations and chemical structures READERSHIP: Scientists and technologists in the fragrance industry; academic scientists in areas of chemistry and biology; researchers on natural products and essential oils; some specialists in natural resources and rural development, students and postgraduates in these areas

SEP 2011  350PP  978-0-470-55130-1  CL  £76.95  €92.40

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3rd Edition

R. SCOTT STRICOFFM, DOUGLAS B. WALTERS & LOUIS J. DiBERARDINIS Arthur D. Little, Inc., USA; National Institutes of Health (DHHS), USA; Polaroid Corporation, USA

✤✤ Updates an extremely comprehensive previous edition. ✤✤ An excellent reference. ✤✤ It’s very successful predecessor is highly regarded by professionals, and the authors are accomplished and well-respected authors and experts in the industry. ✤✤ Designed to assist in regulatory compliance and to communicate consistence and up-to-date health and safety information.

Chemistry

Handbook of Laboratory Health and Safety

✤✤ Provides a reference tool for safety and chemical hygiene officers, as well as laboratory personnel, who need to obtain information and guidance on health and safety issues. READERSHIP: Safety and chemical hygiene officers; laboratory supervisors, principal investigators, students, and laboratory workers; industrial hygienists

SEP 2011  530PP  978-0-471-70353-2  CL  £76.95  €92.40

Drug Discrimination

Applications to Medicinal Chemistry and Drug Studies

RICHARD A. GLENNON Virginia Commonwealth University, USA; Richard Young, Virginia Commonwealth University, USA

✤✤ Stresses practical aspects of drug discrimination – types of procedures, study design, data and interpretation ✤✤ Explains advantages and limitations of drug discrimination studies versus other pharmacologic evaluations ✤✤ Provides medicinal chemists with a fuller understanding of the nature and use of drug discrimination studies for evaluating the action of drugs ✤✤ Bridges gaps between medicinal chemists and behavioral neuroscientists so that they can work better to design and understand new drugs ✤✤ Helps pharmacologists understand, and better interact with, medicinal chemists and drug designers when sharing pharmacologic data ✤✤ Includes 9 chapters from leading researchers in applied drug discrimination, giving practical insights into their techniques and applications READERSHIP: Medicinal chemists, neuroscientists, pharmacologists, biologists, biochemists, and chemists in industry and academia whose interests involve the design, development, and/or action of agents that act at the level of the central nervous system

JUN 2011  536PP  978-0-470-43352-2  CL  £76.95  €92.40

Applied Metabolic Engineering Theory and Practical Applications

MARIO JOLICOEUR, OLIVIER HENRY, MARIA I. KLAPA & MICHEL PERRIERIS Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal, Canada; Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal, Canada; Institute of Chemical Engineering and High-Temperature Chemical Processes, Greece; NRC Biotechnology Research Institute, Canada

✤✤ Provides the theory and basic principles of metabolic engineering, cell biochemical kinetics, and cell metabolism ✤✤ Focuses on the various approaches of metabolic engineering to better understand and describe cell biology and the modeling of the control of cell metabolism to solve real world problems ✤✤ Provides exercises, examples, and case studies with real world problems showing the reader the wide applications of metabolic engineering ✤✤ Details the critical aspects of developing reliable analytical protocols in order to acquire precise, reproducible and representative measurements READERSHIP: Professionals, academic researchers, and students in biology and engineering fields including: biology, bioengineering, chemical engineering, molecular biology, systems biology, engineering aspects of biology, bio-system modeling, and business development professionals in biotech and pharmaceutical companies

SEP 2011  458PP  978-0-470-59540-4  CL  £83.50  €100.20

Forensic Chemistry Handbook LAWRENCE F. KOBILINSKY & LOUIS LEVINE John Jay College of Criminal Justice, USA; City College of New York, USA

✤✤ Covers forensic chemistry in a clear, concise, and authoritative way. ✤✤ Brings together in one volume the key topics in forensics where chemistry plays an important role – such as blood analysis, drug analysis, urine analysis, DNA analysis, etc. ✤✤ Explains how to use chemical instruments to analyze crime scene evidence ✤✤ Contains numerous charts, illustrations, graphs and tables to give quick access to pertinent information READERSHIP: Lawyers (prosecutors and defense attorneys) and judges who can use the book as an introduction and reference text to the chemistry important to their profession, criminalists in police crime labs, practicing chemists and researchers in analytical and forensic laboratories, undergraduate and graduate students in forensic science, criminalistics, and applied chemistry courses, members of: american chemical society (acs), american association for the advancement of science, american academy of forensic sciences, northeastern assoc. of forensic scientists, international society of forensic sciences, california criminalists society, american association of crime lab directors, international symposium on human identification, readers of: chemical and engineering news, journal of forensic science, international journal of legal medicine, journal of the american bar association.

JUL 2011  544PP  978-0-471-73954-8  CL  £83.50  €100.20

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Quality by Design Model for Biologics Drug Product Development SATISH K. SINGH Pfizer Corporation, USA; Joseph Phillips, Amgen Inc., USA

✤✤ Brings the readers up to date on the latest developments in QbD applications in biologics drug product processing ✤✤ Points to the future for QbD as a routine approach in drug product processing ✤✤ Provides case studies on the application of QbD from a number of different companies, exemplifying the variety of ways in which the subject has been handled ✤✤ Allows a drug development scientist to choose from a menu of options when approaching their own drug product development projects READERSHIP: Professionals students, and regulators in the fields of protein formulation development, biopharmaceutical manufacturing and quality control, quality assurance, process development, quality control, process analytical technology and risk analysis experts; chemical and bioprocess engineers; members of worldwide regulatory agencies (FDA, EMEA, Health Canada, etc.). SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOENGINEERING

AUG 2011  300PP  978-0-470-88721-9  CL  £83.50  €100.20

Construction Management for Petroleum Projects MOHAMED A. EL-REEDY Worley Parsons, Egypt

✤✤ Covers the first principles of project management, the most necessary skills for the project leader to succeed and the features of industrial projects ✤✤ Illustrates how feasibility studies can be used in the construction of industrial projects and how to make decisions between alternatives with all the parameters that control industry from a business perspective ✤✤ Shows how to employ cost estimating tools, cost control, and time management to bring down costs and increase efficiency ✤✤ Explains in depth the “total building commission system,” a new technique advanced by the USA’s General Service Agency READERSHIP: Engineers, managers, economists, and project managers working on construction projects in industry. Industries affected include the oil and gas industry, the process industries (such as food, paper, and wood), and manufacturing of all kinds. This is a very broad-based book, meant to be used by anyone working in construction of industrial projects. SERIES: WILEY-SCRIVENER

JUN 2011  300PP  978-0-470-87816-3  CL  £83.50  €100.20

Topical and Transdermal Drug Delivery H. A. E. BENSON Curtin University, Australia

✤✤ Provides practical knowledge for transdermal drug delivery professionals ✤✤ Emphasizes practical approaches and insight from industry case studies and experience ✤✤ Places a stress on mechanistic information and detail important for drug product development ✤✤ Presents basic science in a way that allows a new scientist to design experimental approaches, be aware of the factors/pitfalls, and how to interpret results READERSHIP: Pharmaceutical scientists, skin product development experts, cosmetic and personal care industry

JUL 2011  464PP  978-0-470-45029-1  CL  £83.50  €100.20

Name Reactions in Heterocyclic Chemistry, Part 2 JIE JACK LI Pfizer Global Research and Development, USA

✤✤ Provides a thorough and detailed follow-up to the well-received first volume on this topic ✤✤ Each section includes a description of the reaction, the historical perspective, a mechanism for the reaction, variations and improvements on the reaction, synthetic utilities of the reaction, experimental details, and current references to the primary literature ✤✤ Primary topics include updates to the first volume on the new and/or expanded reactions in three and four-membered heterocycles (e.g., Sharpless-Katsuki epoxidation, Darzens glycidic ester condensation, Paterno-Buchi reaction, etc), five-membered heterocycles (pyrolles and pyrrolidines, indoles, furans, thiophenes, oxazoles and isoxazoles), six-membered heterocycles (pyridines preparation via condensation, cycloaddition, rearrangement, and the Zincke reaction; quinoline and isoquinolines (Friedlander synthesis and Meth-Cohn); and other six-membered heterocycles such as Biginelli reaction ✤✤ Contributors are authorities on name reactions in heterocyclic chemistry

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READERSHIP: Graduate students in organic chemistry, research organic chemists and medicinal chemists in industries such as pharmaceuticals, biotech, agricultural, and fine chemicals, chemistry and medicinal libraries SERIES: 2087 | COMPREHENSIVE NAME REACTIONS

SEP 2011  600PP  978-0-470-08508-0  CL  £83.50  €100.20


Advanced Materials, Techniques, and Applications

MICHELANGELO GRUTTADAURIA & FRANCESCO GIACALONE University of Palermo, Italy; University of Palermo, Italy

✤✤ Gives a broad overview of advances in organocatalysis and flow chemistry ✤✤ Features numerous hot topics – organocatalysis, metal-organic catalysis, solid supported catalysts, drug discovery, and ionic liquids ✤✤ Provides connections between the above topics and their synthetic methods ✤✤ Covers applications for synthesizing biologically active molecules

Chemistry

Catalytic Methods in Asymmetric Synthesis

READERSHIP: Researchers: organic chemistry, medicinal chemistry, biochemistry, pharmaceuticals, and polymers, Industry: pharmaceuticals, agriculture, polymers/materials science, fine chemicals, and biotechnology

SEP 2011  656PP  978-0-470-64136-1  CL  £83.50  €100.20

Formulating, Packaging, and Marketing of Natural Cosmetic Products NAVA DAYAN & LAMBROS KROMIDAS Lipo Chemicals Inc., USA; Coty Inc., USA

✤✤ Provides a comprehensive guide on natural ingredients in cosmetic/personal care products ✤✤ Provides the reader the basic tools and ideas to develop naturally derived formulas ✤✤ Discusses topics like Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) for identification of biomarkers, ayurvedic and traditional ingredients, regulatory perspectives of organic cosmetic products, and biodegradable packaging methods, and chromatographic methods of analyzing natural products ✤✤ Describes the benefits and challenges of cosmetic formulations with natural product, like microbial risks of eco-friendly packaging ✤✤ Offers balanced coverage that dispels the distortions common in promotional claims and clears up misconceptions regarding natural ingredients and cosmetics READERSHIP: Cosmetic and personal care industry, natural product development experts, R & D directors, cosmetic chemists, formulation scientists

AUG 2011  464PP  978-0-470-48408-1  CL  £83.50  €100.20

Supramolecular Soft Matter Applications in Materials and Organic Electronics

TAKASHI NAKANISHI MPI-NIMS International Joint Laboratory, Germany

✤✤ Bridges the gap between fundamentals and applications of soft matter in organic electronics ✤✤ Combines important topics to help supramolecular chemists and organic electronics work together ✤✤ Opens new directions in research for applying supramolecular assembly into organic materials ✤✤ Covers an interdisciplinary field of prime importance to government-supported R & D research ✤✤ Discusses the concepts and perspectives in a dynamic and interdisciplinary area ✤✤ Includes applications for energy conservation like photovoltaics and field effect transistors READERSHIP: Organic semiconductors, electronics, polymer sciences, organic chemistry, supramolecular chemistry, macromolecular chemistry, liquid crystals, gels, optics, photophysics, materials science, grant-giving gov’t arms (ie, National Science Foundation in the USA), academic, university, R & D libraries and groups

SEP 2011  520PP  978-0-470-55974-1  CL  £83.50  €100.20

Complexity, Chemoselectivity and Synthesis of Bioactives STELLIOS ARSENIYADIS Ecole Supérieure de Physique et Chimie Industrielles, France

✤✤ Only book of its kind associating modern synthetic techniques and structurally complex bioactives ✤✤ Provides a comprehensive view of the various synthetic technologies for the synthesis of complex molecules of significant pharmacological value ✤✤ Contains chapters by world-reknown experts such as Schreiber, Nicolaou, Curran, MacmMillan, List, Boger, and Khosla, among others ✤✤ Includes representative experimental procedures for particular methods READERSHIP: Researchers in the fields of biochemistry, chemical biology, organic synthesis, organometallic chemistry and catalysis, professors and graduate and post graduate students involved in the fields of biochemistry, chemical biology, organic synthesis, organometallic chemistry and catalysis, pharmaceutical companies, fine chemicals manufacturers.

SEP 2011  350PP  978-0-470-61618-5  CL  £83.50  €100.20

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Chemistry

Protein Chaperones and Protection from Neurodegenerative Diseases STEPHAN N. WITT & VLADIMIR UVERSKY California Institute of Technology, USA; Indiana University, USA

✤✤ Examines the variety of roles that chaperones play in neurodegenerative diseases such as Huntington’s disease and Parkinson’s disease. ✤✤ Caters to the ever-growing, global aging population. ✤✤ Gives a cutting-edge examination of what is known about how chaperones protecting cells from toxic aggregates that occur in neurodegenerative diseases. ✤✤ Contains chapters written by noted leaders in the field, Susan Lindquist at Cambridge University; Nancy Bonini at the University of Pennsylvania, Written by leaders in the field; Stuart Lipton of the Scripps Research Institute, and Judith Frydman of Stanford University. ✤✤ Provides a clinical perspective; several contributors are MDs or joint MD/PhDs READERSHIP: Scientists working in the fields of biochemistry, biophysics, molecular medicine, biotechnology, pharmacology and drug discovery, molecular and cellular biology; biotech and pharma companies, NIH researchers, graduate and postgraduate students in the disciplines above SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN PROTEIN AND PEPTIDE SCIENCE

JUL 2011  404PP  978-0-470-56907-8  CL  £83.50  €100.20

Oxidation of Amino Acids, Peptides, and Proteins Kinetics and Mechanism

VIRENDER K. SHARMA & STEVEN E. ROKITA Florida Insitute of Technology, USA; University of Maryland, USA

✤✤ Intended for readers interested in the role of nitrogen-containing molecules in aging, diseases, and production of potential disinfection byproducts in water and wastewater treatment ✤✤ Provides a summary of fundamental information on the kinetics and mechanism of amino acids by various oxidants ✤✤ Discusses oxidative chemistry of amino acids, peptides, and proteins ✤✤ Provides problems and their solutions associated with amino acids, peptides, and proteins in the aquatic environment READERSHIP: Protein and peptide scientists, biochemists, biophysicists, environmental scientists, toxicologists, chemical engineers SERIES: WILEY SERIES OF REACTIVE INTERMEDIATES IN CHEMISTRY AND BIOLOGY

SEP 2011  400PP  978-0-470-62776-1  CL  £83.50  €100.20

Fortified Foods with Vitamins

Analytical Concepts to Assure Better and Safer Products

MICHAEL RYCHLIK Technical University Munich, Germany

✤✤ Reviews modern analytical approaches for verifying vitamin content in fortified foods ✤✤ Emphasizes fast, sensitive, and accurate methods along with assays enabling the detection of various isomers and multiple vitamins ✤✤ Describes the concepts of vitamin fortification, analytical and assay methods to study fortification, and applications to make create better and safer foods ✤✤ Includes data on sampling and extraction methods, AOAC methods, and discussions of pros and cons of different methods ✤✤ Covers regulatory matters in the US and EU ✤✤ Aids readers in determining which type of analysis method is best for added vitamins READERSHIP: Food industry, food chemists, food technologists, analytical laboratories in industry, analytical chemists, biochemists, libraries

MAR 2011  314PP  978-3-527-33078-2  CL  £85.00  €100.20

MAK-Collection for Occupational Health and Safety Part III: Air Monitoring Methods Volume 12

HARUN PARLAR Air Analyses, Germany

✤✤ Validated, GLP compliant and ready-to-use analytical methods for monitoring of air pollutants are provided for important environmental toxicants such as particles from diesel engine emissions or the greenhouse gas nitrous oxide ✤✤ The description comprises not only each step of the analytical procedure, but also comprehensive guidelines for the evaluation of analytical results ✤✤ The documentations are authoritative, because they were compiled by about 100 experts of the Commission for the Investigation of Health Hazards of Chemical Compounds in the Work Area. The Commission is internationally acknowledged for its neutrality and is working strictly according to transparent, scientific criteria.

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READERSHIP: Analytical laboratories, toxicologists, physicians working in industrial medicine, factory doctors, trade association

FEB 2011  208PP  978-3-527-32818-5  CL  £85.00  €100.20


for Process Simulation

JÜRGEN GMEHLING, BÄRBEL KOLBE, MICHAEL KLEIBER & JÜRGEN RAREY Carl Ossietzky University, Germany; Uhde GmbH, Germany; GEA Wiegand GmbH, Germany; Universität Oldenburg, Germany

✤✤ Advanced level, but easy to understand for every chemical engineer and chemist with a basic education in thermodynamics and phase equilibria. ✤✤ Applied Thermodynamics: Teaches students the engineering perspective of thermodynamics but is also of interest to all companies active in chemistry, pharmacy, oil and gas processing, petrochemistry, refinery, food production, environmental protection and engineering. ✤✤ Explains thermodynamics behind simulations to users of simulation programs.

Chemistry

Chemical Thermodynamics

✤✤ Comprises numerous solved examples, which simplify the understanding of the often complex calculation procedures. ✤✤ Discusses advantages and disadvantages of the particular models and procedures. ✤✤ Provides recipes for the procedure at the end of each chapter. ✤✤ Includes estimation methods for thermophysical properties and phase equilibria, thermodynamics of alternative separation processes (distillation, extraction, membrane, physical and chemical absorption, adsorption, extraction with supercritical fluids, crystallization, reactive distillation). ✤✤ Includes special models (e.g. formaldehyde, polymers, association). ✤✤ Includes new developments from recent years included (group contribution equations of state, electrolyte models, COSMO-RS). ✤✤ Gives access to small programs by Internet (e.g. mod. UNIFAC, MathCad-Files, Excel-files). READERSHIP: Students in chemical engineering, process engineers, chemical engineers, chemical industry, lecturers in chemical engineering, lecturers in chemistry, libraries at university institutes, company libraries

SEP 2011  440PP  978-3-527-31277-1  CL  £85.00  €100.20

Chemistry and Biochemistry of Oxygen Therapeutics From Transfusion to Artificial Blood

ANDREA MOZZARELLI & STEFANO BETTATI Both of the University of Parma, Italy

✤✤ First book to cover the full range of new oxygen therapeutics ✤✤ Fills a void in the literature by addressing the biochemistry and physiology of oxygen transport, showing how use of this basic knowledge can help in the chemical design of blood substitutes for use in specific disease states. ✤✤ Edited by, and with contributions from, leading international experts in the field ✤✤ Links the underlying biochemical principles with chemical and biotechnological innovations and pre-clinical development. READERSHIP: Blood substitute researchers; medicinal chemists, hematologists, researchers in drug discovery and design; researchers and students in biochemistry and molecular biology, biotechnology and medicine

SEP 2011  336PP  978-0-470-68668-3  CL  £90.00  €132.00

Advances in Environmental Chemistry and Toxicology of Mercury YONG CAI, GUANGLIANG LIU & NELSON O’DRISCOLL Florida International University, USA; Florida International University, USA; Acadia University, USA

✤✤ Covers the fundamentals, recent developments, and future research needs for critical Mercury (Hg) transformation and transport processes, as well as the experimental methods that have been employed in the recent studies ✤✤ Provides case studies at the end of each chapter covering the topics discussed within that chapter ✤✤ Provides the environmental behavior and toxicological effects of Hg on organisms, including humans ✤✤ Includes a section on transformation processes of Mercury in the environment with topics such as atmospheric chemistry of Mercury and Mercury speciation in soil and sediment ✤✤ Provides a baseline for what is known and what uncertainties remain in respect to Hg cycling and their implications on environmental quality criteria. READERSHIP: Researchers and engineers in the various areas of mercury sciences, including environmental chemistry, environmental engineering, geochemistry, biogeochemistry, and toxicology. Instrument technicians using a variety of analytical instruments for mercury analysis and speciation. Instrument developers to design and configure various forms of mercury analyzers.

AUG 2011  352PP  978-0-470-57872-8  CL  £90.50  €108.60

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Telomerases

Chemistry

Chemistry, Biology and Clinical Applications

NEAL F. LUE & CHANTAL AUTEXIER Cornell University, USA; McGill University, Canada

✤✤ Provides a comprehensive treatment of telomerase structure and function in a variety of organisms including yeast, ciliates, plants and mammals ✤✤ First book of its kind to discuss the current knowledge regarding the diversity of experimental systems as a special attribute of contemporary telomerase research, with each system offering unique insights and technical advantages ✤✤ Addresses the basic structure, mechanisms, and diversity of the essential and regulatory subunits of telomerase, as well as telomerase biogenesis, transcriptional and post-translational regulation, off-telomere functions of telomerase and the role of telomerase in cellular senescence, aging, and cancer READERSHIP: Academic and clinical biochemists, enzymologists, protein scientists, cancer researchers, cell, molecular, and chromosome biologists, biophysicists, geneticists

SEP 2011  300PP  978-0-470-59204-5  CL  £90.50  €108.60

Innate Immune System of Skin and Oral Mucosa: Properties and Impact in Pharmaceutics, Cosmetics, and Personal Care Products

NAVA DAYAN & PHILIP W. WERTZ Lipo Chemicals Inc., USA; University of Iowa, USA

✤✤ Provides a comprehensive overview on the innate immune system of skin and oral mucosa and its relevance to pharmaceutics, cosmetic chemistry, and personal care products ✤✤ Addresses an area that is of current interest but has been overlooked in the past ✤✤ Includes overview of antimicrobial peptides and lipids: their roles, cellular components, and the link between innate and adaptive immunity ✤✤ Discusses stressors and challenges that can influence skin immunity, like age and disease ✤✤ Explores innate immunity’s response to the application of cosmetic products, UV induced immunosuppression, and microbial species ✤✤ Compiles valuable information for reference and suggests ways to assist research and development READERSHIP: Pharmaceutical industry, skin product development experts, cosmetic and personal care industry, medical community-hospitals, dermatologists, surgeon’s, dental, detergents and antiseptic market, pathologists and microbiologists

JUN 2011  380PP  978-0-470-43777-3  CL  £93.50  €112.20

Organic Reactions Volume 76

SCOTT E. DENMARK University of Illinois, USA

✤✤ A comprehensive resource on organic reactions Includes tables that contain all possible examples of the reactions under consideration ✤✤ Each reaction is fully referenced to the primary literature Covers the ever-increasing emphasis of transition metal catalysis in organic synthesis ✤✤ Represents some of the most important transformations that enable the construction of carbon-carbon bonds, heterocycles and carbon-heteratom bonds READERSHIP: Chemistry libraries, upper-level undergraduate and graduate level chemistry students and professors, organic chemists and libraries in industries such as pharmaceuticals, fine chemicals, agrochemicals, and biotech, students and professionals in organic chemistry and medicinal chemistry in academia, government, and industries including pharmaceuticals, fine chemicals, agrochemicals, and biotech

AUG 2011  600PP  978-0-470-63843-9  CL  £93.50  €112.20

Organic Reactions Volume 75

SCOTT E. DENMARK University of Illinois, USA

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A comprehensive resource on organic reactions Includes tables that contain all possible examples of the reactions under consideration Authors are world-renowned experts with extensive hands-on experience in the field Each reaction is fully referenced to the primary literature Contains four chapters from members or former members of the Organic Reactions editorial board Covers a wide range of highly useful reactions of contemporary interest, particularly in the use of transition metal catalysis for the selective construction of carbon-carbon bonds and in the use of tandem reaction sequences to rapidly assemble highly complex nitrogen containing structures (alkaloids) ✤✤ Features a definitive review of the aza-Cope/Mannich reaction (Overman, Humphreys, Welmaker) and its manifold applications to natural product synthesis; transition metal (rhodium)-catalyzed intermolecular C–H insertions of carbenoids (Davies, Pelphrey) including highly enantioselective variants; transition metal catalyzed hydrocyanation of alkenes (nickel) and alkynes (copper) with particular emphasis on styrenes and dienes (RajanBabu); and an extensive disquisition on silicon-based cross-coupling reactions (Denmark, Bailey, Chang, Smith, Regens, Werner) that covers myriad organosilicon moieties and their utility in forming carbon-carbon bonds between many different classes of organic building blocks ✤✤ Contains a brief historical overview of the Organic Reactions series READERSHIP: Students and professionals in organic chemistry and medicinal chemistry in academia, government, and industries including pharmaceuticals, fine chemicals, agrochemicals, and biotech

AUG 2011  600PP  978-0-470-88907-7  CL  £93.50  €112.20


MATHIEU MORY Université de Pau et des pays de l’Adour, France

✤✤ Presents the principles of fluid mechanics used by chemical engineers, with a focus on global theorems for describing the behavior of hydraulic systems ✤✤ Deals with turbulence and its application for stirring, mixing and chemical reaction ✤✤ Addresses mechanical separation processes by considering the dynamics of particles in a flow and the processes of filtration, fluidization and centrifugation ✤✤ Addresses the mechanics of granular media, applications to mixing and reaction to mechanical separation processes

Chemistry

Fluid Mechanics for Chemical Engineering

READERSHIP: Masters and PhD students, a basic guide for chemical engineers

MAR 2011  TBA  978-1-8482-1281-7  CL  £96.95  €156.00

Chiral Drugs

Chemistry and Biological Action

GUO-QIANG LIN, QI-DONG YOU & JIE-FEI CHENG Fu-Dan University, China; China Pharmaceutical University, China; Otsuka Shanghai Research Institute, China

✤✤ Provides an integrated view of chiral drugs from concept, synthesis, and pharmaceutical properties ✤✤ Covers 3 important chiral technologies: asymmetric synthesis, biocatalytic process and chiral resolution ✤✤ Has a section listing 25 approved or advanced-trial chiral drugs that lists each: drug name, chemical name and properties, a representative synthetic pathway, pharmacological characterizations, and references ✤✤ Takes an interdisciplinary approach combining synthetic organic chemistry, medicinal chemistry, and pharmacology ✤✤ Exposes readers to basic concepts and guides them to further advanced references where needed READERSHIP: Medicinal chemists, organic chemists, pharmaceutical chemists, pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries, process chemists

AUG 2011  528PP  978-0-470-58720-1  CL  £100.00  €120.00

Oral Bioavailability

Basic Principles, Advanced Concepts, and Applications

MING HU & XIAOLING LI University of Houston, USA; University of the Pacific, USA

✤✤ Offers a comprehensive coverage of all aspects of oral bioavailability – a major hurdle in drug development that has been rarely addressed so thoroughly in the literature Provides a basic introduction along with more advanced detail ✤✤ Integrates physiochemistry with physiology and molecular biology ✤✤ Helps readers understand basic barriers to oral bioavailability, be acquainted with the methods used to determine relevant parameters, and comprehend challenges of drug delivery ✤✤ The coverage features basic concepts, advanced concepts, and recent progress in predicting and improving oral bioavailability, as well as techniques and technologies that characterize oral absorption and predict oral bioavailability READERSHIP: Pharmaceutical scientists, chemists, biologists, pharmacologists SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN DRUG DISCOVERY AND DEVELOPMENT

JUL 2011  456PP  978-0-470-26099-9  CL  £100.00  €120.00

Metal-Organic Frameworks Applications from Catalysis to Gas Storage

DAVID FARRUSSENG IRCELYON, France

✤✤ Many fields like catalysis, hydrogen storage, gas purification and drug delivery are being revolutionized by this material type ✤✤ It has huge potential in industry for saving money, making greener technologies and for producing energy ✤✤ Also a critical approach: shows the advantages as well as the limits of the material ✤✤ Interdisciplinary view: Brings together the knowledge in different fields where this material is used READERSHIP: Inorganic chemists, materials scientists, catalytic chemists, electrochemists, process engineers, chemical engineers, pharmaceutical chemists, libraries

AUG 2011  300PP  978-3-527-32870-3  CL  £100.00  €126.00

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Heterocycles in Life and Society

Chemistry

An Introduction to Heterocyclic Chemistry, Biochemistry and Applications 2nd Edition

ALEXANDER F. POZHARSKII, ALAN R. KATRITZKY & ANATOLI SOLDATENKOV Southern Federal University, Russia; University of Florida, USA; Russian People’s Friendship University, Russia

✤✤ Only book to consider heterocyclic compounds from the viewpoint of their practical significance and biochemical importance, rather than their chemical reactions ✤✤ Completely revised and expanded for this second edition, drawing on a decade of innovation in heterocyclic chemistry ✤✤ New chapters on heterocycles in supramolecular chemistry, and the origin of heterocycles on the early Earth ✤✤ The new edition describes the importance of heteorcyclic molecules in new fields such as nanochemistry, green chemistry, molecular devices and sensors, and molecular electronics ✤✤ Stresses the interdisciplinary nature of heterocycles: its influence pervades biochemistry, medicine, agricultural chemistry and technology ✤✤ Written by three highly acclaimed researchers in heterocyclic chemistry who have many years’ experience of teaching between them READERSHIP: Students and researchers working in heterocyclic chemistry, students and researchers in academia and industry in organic chemistry, biochemistry, drug discovery, molecular materials and devices, and industrial chemicals (e.g. agrochemicals and dyes)

APR 2011  384PP  978-0-470-71410-2  PR  £39.95  €48.00  /  978-0-470-71411-9  CL  £100.00  €120.00

La Que’s Handbook on Marine Corrosion 2nd Edition

D. A. SHIFLER NACE, USA

✤✤ Provides a single-source reference on the unique nature of seawater as a corrosive environment ✤✤ Comprehensive treatment of a very important subject ✤✤ A technical reference source that is easy to read and understandable to a wide range of technical disciplines ✤✤ Explains practical corrosion control solutions via design, proper materials selection and implementation of good corrosion control engineering practises ✤✤ Continues the intent and substance of the original volume whilst updating the content; dwelling on the engineering aspects, descriptive behavior and practical applications of materials usage in marine environments READERSHIP: Corrosion engineers, marine engineers, naval architects, oceanographers SERIES: THE ECS SERIES OF TEXTS AND MONOGRAPHS

AUG 2011  700PP  978-0-471-47757-0  CL  £100.00  €120.00

Transboundary Water Resources Management A Multidisciplinary Approach

JACQUES GANOULIS, ALICE AURELI & JEAN FRIED Aristotle University, Thessaloniki, Greece; UNESCO International Hydrological Programme, Paris, France; University of California, Irvine, USA

✤✤ Addresses a key issue in global development: Water resources are the true bottleneck in developing the arid regions of Asia, Africa and the Middle East, where according to many experts “water wars” will increasingly occur. The efficient and fair exploitation of the limited freshwater resouces in these regions has become one of the key global problems of the 21st century. ✤✤ Combines Theory and Practice: By providing a theoretical framework as well as abundant case studies from Southern Europe, Africa, Asia and South America, this reference provides professionals and decision-makers with all the knowledge they need for their daily work. ✤✤ In line with global standards: Both UNESCO and the EU – by way of the Water Framework Directive – have recently issued new guidelines on the topic, which form the basis of the present book. All three editors have been actively involved in formulating and implementing these new guidelines. READERSHIP: Hydrologists, water chemists, engineering scientists, environmental consultants, environmental organizations

SEP 2011  380PP  978-3-527-33014-0  CL  £105.00  €126.00

Sustainable Energy Pricing GARY ZATZMAN EEC Research Organisation, Canada

✤✤ Explores new scientific principles on which sustainability within the energy sector can be achieved ✤✤ Using pricing and valuation of resources as a tool, presents a new methodology for reducing waste and environmental impact in the energy industry while achieving sustainability for affordable energy ✤✤ Investigates previously misunderstood concepts, such as Return On Investment (ROI), pricing, and valuation in the energy industry and how they are often misrepresented or obscured to affect global energy prices ✤✤ Offers case histories, such as the Enron debacle, as examples of how energy pricing has often been done in the past and needs to be changed, to become sustainable

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READERSHIP: Engineers, managers, economists, and scientists throughout the energy industry and economists and engineers working in sustainability, whether in industry or research.

AUG 2011  45PP  978-0-470-90163-2  CL  £110.00  €132.00


ARNO DE KLERK Vanderbijlpark, South Africa

✤✤ Increasing need ✤✤ Interesting for all countries that are considering alternative feed materials to crude oil ✤✤ FT refining will play a major role in crude oil refining in the future, too ✤✤ Only book covering extensively this important issue ✤✤ Chapters include topics which haven't been covered before and the reader will be presented a wealth of new insider knowledge and material.

Chemistry

Fischer-Tropsch Refining

✤✤ Aspects of engineering, chemistry, catalysts are presented in great detail especially the fuel and conversion technology section is of high interest for all people interested in refining and not only the FT specialist READERSHIP: Chemical engineers, catalytic chemists, physical chemists, chemical engineers, libraries

AUG 2011  638PP  978-3-527-32605-1  CL  £115.00  €144.00

Melanins and Melanosomes

Biosynthesis, Structure, Physiological, and Pathological Functions

PATRICK A. RILEY & JAN BOROVANSKY University College London, UK; Charles University of Prague, Czech Republic

✤✤ Compiles all current knowledge and progress on the molecular basis of skin pigmentation ✤✤ Offers a comprehensive coverage of melanin biology ✤✤ Written by the top-experts in the field ✤✤ Covers the Biochemistry, Genetics and Pathobiology of pigmentation ✤✤ Examines newly-discovered roles for melanin around the body ✤✤ An valuable reference for both researchers and clinicians interested in pigmentation READERSHIP: Cell biologists, cancer researchers, molecular biologists, biochemists, dermatologists, oncologists, libraries at universities, cosmetics industry

JUL 2011  424PP  978-3-527-32892-5  CL  £115.00  €144.00

Encyclopedia of Polymer Blends Volume 2: Processing

AVRAAM I. ISAYEV & SANJAY PALSULE The University of Akron, Institute of Polymer Engineering, Akron, USA; Indian Institute of Technology-Roorkee, Saharanpur, India

✤✤ A complete and timely overview on the topic ✤✤ Up to date research and development with basic principles and applications ✤✤ Includes examples of case studies, laboratory and pilot plant experiments, with due reference to published and patented literature ✤✤ A useful and complementary addition to our polymer publishing program ✤✤ The Encyclopedia imparts knowledge of fundamentals principles and their applications to academicians, scientists and researchers, and informs the engineers, industrialists and entrepreneurs about the state of the art technology and its applications READERSHIP: Polymer chemists, plastics technologists, the plastics industry, materials scientists, chemical engineers, process engineers

SEP 2011  450PP  978-3-527-31930-5  CL  £125.00  €150.00

Acid Gas Injection and Other Advances in Natural Gas Engineering YING WU & JOHN J. CARROLL Sphere Technology Connection Ltd., Canada; Gas Liquids Engineering, Ltd., Canada

✤✤ Covers the most recent advances in natural gas engineering, in both upstream (drilling) and downstream (refining) ✤✤ Covers acid gas injection, the method of choice for disposing of small quantities of acid gas ✤✤ 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

FEB 2011  468PP  978-1-118-01664-0  CL  £130.00  €156.00

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Flow Assurance

Chemistry

RAFIQ ISLAM Dalhousie University, Canada

✤✤ Offers new methods for fluid flow assurance ✤✤ Presents new models for efficiency at the well and in production ✤✤ Explains how new methods for assuring fluid flow lead to less environmental impact and more efficient production ✤✤ Offers mathematical tools for the engineer to use on a daily basis for his or her flow assurance issues READERSHIP: Petroleum engineers, process engineers, production engineers, chemical engineers, petrophysicists, geologists, any engineer working with fluid or who has to deal with fluid flow issues. SERIES: WILEY-SCRIVENER

SEP 2011  TBA  978-0-470-62608-5  CL  £130.00  €156.00

Amino Acids, Peptides and Proteins in Organic Chemistry Volume 5 – Analysis and Function of Amino Acids and Peptides

ANDREW B. HUGHES La Trobe University, Australia

✤✤ Comprehensive coverage of hot topics: Volume 5 – Protein Natural Products ✤✤ Closes a gap in the literature: only and unique open book series covering this important topic in organic and biochemistry ✤✤ Top quality: written by the international “who is who” in amino acid research – this series is a real benchmark for amino acid chemistry ✤✤ Practical value: each volume contains experimental procedures, too READERSHIP: Organic chemists, biochemists, protein chemists, biotechnologists, chemists in industry, libraries

SEP 2011  600PP  978-3-527-32104-9  CL  £130.00  €168.00

D-Amino Acids in Chemistry, Life Sciences, and Biotechnology NORIKO FUJII & HANS BRÜCKNER Kyoto University, Japan; Giessen University, Germany

✤✤ State of the art of D-amino acid research ✤✤ Contributions from experts in life sciences, peptide science, food processing, analytics, etc. ✤✤ Impact on health care, neuroscience, research on age-related diseases READERSHIP: Organic chemists, pharmaceutical chemists, medicinal chemists, protein chemists, food scientists, medical scientists

DEC 2010  392PP  978-3-9063-9065-9  CL  £115.00  €138.00

Pharmaceutical Salts: Properties, Selection, and Use 2nd Revised Edition

P. HEINRICH STAHL & CAMILLE G. WERMUTH International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry, Germany; Louis Pasteur University, France

✤✤ Addresses every conceivable aspect of the preparation of pharmaceutical salts ✤✤ Reflects the multidisciplinary nature of the science involved in selection of suitable salt forms for new drug products ✤✤ Presents a concise review of the various objectives in the pursuit of pharmaceutically active salts, followed by contributions that present the theoretical background of salt formation ✤✤ Provides practical examples for the practitioners at the lab bench ✤✤ Concludes with a comprehensive annotated compilation of the individual salt-forming acids and bases with their relevant properties, followed by an appendix containing tables with the acids and bases sorted alphabetically and by pKa, supplemented with other useful facts and data

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READERSHIP: Pharmaceutists, pharmaceutical chemists, students of medicinal and pharmaceutical chemistry, R&D chemists, analytical chemists, biologists, development pharmacists, regulatory and patent specialists, and medicinal scientists engaged in preclinical development of drugs

FEB 2011  388PP  978-3-906-39051-2  CL  £130.00  €168.00


RASHMI SANGHI & VANDANA SINGH LNM Institute of Information Technology, India; University of Allahabad, India

✤✤ Gives insight into many topics related to green chemistry and clean environment providing solutions to many of the existing pollution problems. ✤✤ Highlights with examples the need to avoid the usage of toxic solvents to get a better product with higher yield without compromising on its economic ease. ✤✤ Each chapter brings forward the latest literature and research being done in the related area. READERSHIP: Chemists and environmentalists both in industry and academic institutions. Industries include clean technology, renewable energy, biotechnology, pharmaceutical and chemical companies

Chemistry

Chemistry for the Greening of the Environment

SEP 2011  TBA  978-0-470-94308-3  CL  £130.00  €156.00

Atlas of Forensic Pigment Identification Using Microscopy and Spectroscopy

CHRISTOPHER S. PALENIK & SKIP PALENIK Both of Microtrace, USA

✤✤ This full color, heavily illustrated guide to paint and pigment analysis combines theoretical instruction on identifying and matching pigments at the microscopic level with case studies in forensic trace evidence analysis ✤✤ Contains color illustrations of 100 pigments, fillers and extenders ✤✤ Includes real-life case studies, complete with pigment samples and CD with full color Spectra ✤✤ Includes applications of various analytical chemistry techniques, including Polarized light microscopy, FT-IR Spectroscopy, and Raman Spectroscopy READERSHIP: Forensic and trace evidence scientists, analytical chemists, automotive industry, paint, pigment and coating industry, paint and coatings industry, research university libraries, art conservators and museums.

SEP 2011  350PP  978-0-470-41033-2  CL  £197.00  €236.40

Drug Delivery in Oncology From Basic Research to Cancer Therapy

FELIX KRATZ, PETER SENTER & HENNING STEINHAGEN Tumor Biology Center, Germany; Seattle Genetics, USA; Grünenthal GmbH, Germany

✤✤ The future of cancer therapy: Thanks to novel methods in targeting chemotherapeutics to hard-to-find cancer cells, a safe and efficient treatment of most cancers has become possible. All pharmaceutical companies with an interest in oncology are heavily investing in this field. ✤✤ Timely and without peer: This is the first authoritative overview on modern cancer chemotherapy to be published. 100 international specialists have contributed their experience and recent data for what is likely to become the gold standard in the field. ✤✤ Knowledge transfer from the lab to the clinic: By virtue of its clear and didactic structure, rich illustrative material and summary chapters, an efficient knowledge transfer across different disciplines, from basic research to the clinician and vice versa, is enabled. The book is also great for teaching medical students the foundations of 21st century cancer chemotherapy. READERSHIP: Medicinal chemists, biotechnologists, pharmaceutical industry, biotechnological industry, oncologists, hospitals.

SEP 2011  1350PP  978-3-527-32823-9  CL  £325.00  €390.00

Handbook of Metalloproteins Volumes 4 & 5, 2V set

ALBRECHT MESSERSCHMIDT Max Planck Institute, Germany

✤✤ Highlights the progress made in finding new and exciting metalloproteins ✤✤ Presents detailed descriptions of the most exciting newly discovered metalloproteins, including those involved in Alzheimer’s disease and those essential in understanding the function of nerves and muscles ✤✤ Researching the structure and function of metalloproteins is one of the biggest challenges in modern biological chemistry – and several Nobel Prizes have been awarded to research in the field, including to the Co-Editor Robert Huber in 1988 ✤✤ Contains articles published online in the Handbook of Metalloproteins (HMET) from 2007–2010, these cover a wide range of newly discovered and exciting metalloproteins since publication of HMET in 2006 READERSHIP: Essential reading to all experienced researchers in bioinorganic chemistry

FEB 2011  944PP  978-0-470-71199-6  CL  £425.00  €474.00

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Ullmann’s Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry

Chemistry

7th Edition

WILEY-VCH ✤✤ A name you can trust: ULLMANN’S has been a household name for industrial chemists and chemical engineers for almost 100 years. Since its first publication in 1914, this one-of-a kind reference has served generations of chemists as the premier source of scientific and economic information. ✤✤ The best Ullmann’s ever: 600 articles, thereof 40 with completely new content, have been rewritten or substantially updated for the 7th edition, several hundred color figures have been added, and a new section “Further Reading” introduced. New articles address “Ionic Liquids”, “Biodegradable Polymers”, “Microreactors”, “Biorefineries”, “Good Manufacturing Practice”, and many other current topics. A new and modern layout presents the wealth of information in a clear and accessible format that is a real pleasure to read. ✤✤ Answers guaranteed: 1050 articles (200 more than in the 6th edition), 30,000 pages, 22,000 figures, 8,000 tables, 19,000 cross-references and 85,000 index entries leave no question unanswered. ✤✤ So much more than mere facts: Carefully presented and structured articles convey the knowledge and professional experience of the 3,000 contributors. You will learn more from reading Ullmann’s for 30 minutes than from several hours browsing the internet. ✤✤ Print or online - your choice: With the launch of the 7th print edition during the International Year of Chemistry 2011, customers once more have the choice between a handsomely produced and durable print edition that is based on the 2010 online edition, and a subscription to Ullmann’s online with its advanced search functionalities and quarterly content updates. ✤✤ To find out more about the new print and the online version, visit www.wiley.com/go/ullmanns READERSHIP: Chemical industry, university institutes and libraries, chemical institutes, chemists in industry, chemical engineers, libraries, lecturers in chemical engineering, patent lawyers

AUG 2011  30000PP  978-3-527-32943-4  CL INTRODUCTORY PRICE, VALID UNTIL 29TH FEBRUARY 2012: £5,285 €6,500, THEREAFTER: £6,340 €7,800

Efficient Carbon Capture for Coal Power Plants DETLEF STOLTEN & V. SCHERER Forschungszentrum Julich, Germany; University of Bochum, Germany

✤✤ Environmental Impact: Carbon Capture and Storage is one of the main energy technologies for achieving a low carbon economy. ✤✤ Sustainablility: CCS from coal-fired power plants, aims to achieve secure, cost-effective and feasible technologies for an almost complete elimination of carbon dioxide emissions. ✤✤ Safety first: expanation of how the three parts of the CCS chain, capture, transport and storage, work and how they can be performed safely ✤✤ Top academic and industry researchers join together to develop commercial concepts for CCS at power plants READERSHIP: Process engineers, chemical engineers, chemists, physicists, chemists in industry, physicists in industry, materials scientists, mechanical engineers, students in chemistry, students in physics, students in chemical engineering, students of mechanical engineering, libraries, company libraries

MAY 2011  550PP  978-3-527-33002-7  CL  £115.00  €138.00

Mathematica for Chemists and Chemical Engineers The Program for Mathematical Methods in Chemistry

ANTON ANTONOV Sezmi Corporation, USA

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✤✤ An essential tool made transparent: explains the theory behind current numerical methods and shows in a step-by-step fashion how to use them. ✤✤ Broad applications: ranging across the entire field of chemistry, from kinetics to chemical molecule searches to modelling. ✤✤ Unites applications of numerical mathematics and computing to the practice of chemistry and chemical engineering. ✤✤ Tried and tested: The material presented here is based on several courses for scientists and engineers, as well as industry examples. ✤✤ Problems and worked solutions in each chapter. The implementation of numerical methods in Mathematica is intergrated with numerous examples. ✤✤ Author co-inventor of Mathematica. READERSHIP: Students in chemistry, chemists in industry, students in chemical engineering, chemical engineers, environmental chemists, process engineers.

AUG 2011  300PP  978-3-527-32748-5  PR  £60.00  €72.00


Applications in Stereochemical Analysis of Synthetic Compounds, Natural Products, and Biomolecules

NINA BEROVA, ROBERT W. WOODY, PRASAD POLAVARAPU & KOJI NAKANISHI Columbia University, USA; Colorado State University, USA; Vanderbilt University, USA; Columbia University, USA

✤✤ Extensive treatment of methods and instrumentation, including frontier areas ✤✤ In-depth description of theoretical methods and simulation techniques ✤✤ Presents the most important applications of chiroptical spectroscopy to problems in organic and inorganic chemistry, and biochemistry and structural biology ✤✤ The only book of its kind with comparable, up-to-date, in-depth coverage of recent developments and frontier topics

Chemistry

Comprehensive Chiroptical Spectroscopy

✤✤ Each chapter written by one or more leading authorities with extensive experience in the field READERSHIP: Graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and researchers in chemistry and related fields in academia and industry

SEP 2011  500PP  978-1-118-01292-5  CL  £96.95  €116.40

Comprehensive Chiroptical Spectroscopy Instrumentation, Methodologies, and Theoretical Simulations

NINA BEROVA, ROBERT W. WOODY, PRASAD POLAVARAPU & KOJI NAKANISHI Columbia University, USA; Colorado State University, USA; Vanderbilt University, USA; Columbia University, USA

✤✤ Extensive treatment of methods and instrumentation, including frontier areas ✤✤ In-depth description of theoretical methods and simulation techniques ✤✤ Presents the most important applications of chiroptical spectroscopy to problems in organic and inorganic chemistry, and biochemistry and structural biology ✤✤ The only book of its kind with comparable, up-to-date, in-depth coverage of recent developments and frontier topics ✤✤ Each chapter written by one or more leading authorities with extensive experience in the field READERSHIP: Graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, researchers in chemistry and related fields in academia and industry

SEP 2011  500PP  978-1-118-01293-2  CL  £96.95  €116.40

Mossbauer Spectroscopy

Applications in Chemistry, Biology, Industry, and Nanotechnology

VIRENDER K. SHARMA & MASUO TAKEDA Florida Insitute of Technology, USA; Toho University, USA

✤✤ Lays the foundation by providing a detailed theoretical description of Mossbauer spectroscopy ✤✤ Provides extensive treatment of Mossbauer spectroscopy in frontier applications in inorganic chemistry, biochemistry, and nanoscience ✤✤ Addresses the use of Mossbauer spectroscopy for elements other than iron; i.e. gold and aluminum ✤✤ Addresses industrial and environmental applications READERSHIP: Spectroscopists, inorganic, physical, analytical, and solid-state chemists, biophysical chemists, biogeochemists, surface structural chemists, environmental chemists, biologists, enzymologists, physicists

SEP 2011  350PP  978-1-118-05724-7  CL  £90.00  €108.00

Advances in Chemical Physics, Volume 146 Volume 146

TAMIKI KOMATSUZAKI, MASARU KAWAKAMI, SHIGETOSHI TAKAHASHI, HSIU-CHIUNG YANG, ROBERT J. SILBEY, STUART A. RICE & AARON R. DINNER Hokkaido University, Japan; JAIST, Japan; Tohoku University, Japan; Princeton University, USA; MIT, USA; University of Chicago, USA; University of Chicago, USA

✤✤ Discusses recent progress in single-molecule biology ✤✤ Explores both experimental and theoretical advances in single-molecule biophysics research ✤✤ An editorial framework that makes the book an excellent supplement to an advanced graduate class ✤✤ Contributions from experts in this field of research ✤✤ Presents new perspectives on the theoretical properties of atoms and molecules READERSHIP: Students and professionals in chemical physics and physical chemistry from academia, government, and industries including chemical, pharmaceuticals and polymers SERIES: ADVANCES IN CHEMICAL PHYSICS

AUG 2011  300PP  978-1-118-05780-3  CL  £130.00  €156.00

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Organic Chemistry I As a Second Language

Chemistry/ MATERIALS SCIENCE

Translating the Basic Concepts 3rd Edition

DAVID R. KLEIN John Hopkins University, USA

✤✤ Readers continue to turn to Klein because it enables them to better understand fundamental principles, solve problems, and focus on what they need to know to succeed. ✤✤ This edition explores the major principles in the field and explains why they are relevant. ✤✤ Topics are presented clearly in an accessible writing style along with numerous of hands-on problem solving exercises. READERSHIP: Students studying organic chemistry

SEP 2011  363PP  978-1-118-01040-2  PR  £30.50  €39.90

Introduction to Modeling and Simulation of Technical and Physical Systems with Modelica PETER FRITZSON Linköping University, Sweden

✤✤ Easily accessible for people who do not previously have a background in modeling, simulation and object orientation ✤✤ Demonstrates modeling examples from a few selected application areas ✤✤ The founder of Modelica, Hilding Elmqvist, supports this book, and his name is mentioned in the acknowledgement ✤✤ Modelica is gaining the most in industrial thermodynamics applications, e.g. cooling systems, car air conditioning, etc., where other tools perform rather badly. ✤✤ Modelica contracts with 7 software tool vendors including Dassault Systems (French based 3D modeling software company - owns good market share in Europe and Canada). ✤✤ MATLAB users would be interested in reading this book. READERSHIP: Software engineers who are interested in computer aided design (CAD), modeling & simulation of mechanical systems

AUG 2011  220PP  978-1-1180-1068-6  PR  £39.95  €48.00

Shape Casting

Fourth International Symposium 2011

TIRYAKIOL THE MINERALS, METALS & MATERIALS SOCIETY (TMS), USA

✤✤ Provides an international update on the research and development that has taken place in the design and production of high quality castings ✤✤ Comprehensive coverage of high quality castings, gating system design, process modeling, mechanical behavior and structure-process-property relationships ✤✤ Explores in-depth the latest casting innovations in quality, reliability and process design READERSHIP: Materials scientists and engineers, metallurgists, and mechanical engineers, members of: American Foundry Association, Society of Manufacturing Engineers, ASM International, Global foundry and casting companies.

FEB 2011  1000PP  978-1-118-02937-4  CL  £66.00  €79.20

Supplemental Proceedings General Paper Selections Volume 3

THE MINERALS, METALS & MATERIALS SOCIETY (TMS), USA

✤✤ Presents the up-to-date information on the state of materials from electronic, magnetic, and photonic materials, light metals, materials processing and manufacturing, and structural materials which are of invaluable benefit to the global industry. READERSHIP: Materials scientists and engineers, metallurgists, and mechanical engineers.

FEB 2011  1000PP  978-1-118-02947-3  CL  £66.00  €79.20

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Materials Fabrication, Properties, Characterization, and Modeling Volume 2 THE MINERALS, METALS & MATERIALS SOCIETY (TMS), USA

✤✤ Presents the most up-to-date information on the state of materials fabrication, properties, characterization, and modeling. ✤✤ Mix of practical applied technology and hard science, which is of invaluable benefit to the global industry. READERSHIP: Materials scientists and engineers, metallurgists, and mechanical engineers.

FEB 2011  1000PP  978-1-118-02946-6  CL  £66.00  €79.20

MATERIALS SCIENCE

Supplemental Proceedings

Supplemental Proceedings Materials Processing and Energy Materials Volume 1 THE MINERALS, METALS & MATERIALS SOCIETY (TMS), USA

✤✤ Presents the most up-to-date information on the state of materials processing and energy materials. ✤✤ Mix of practical applied technology and hard science, which is of invaluable benefit to the global industry. READERSHIP: Materials scientists and engineers, metallurgists, and mechanical engineers.

FEB 2011  1000PP  978-1-118-02945-9  CL  £66.00  €79.20

EPD Congress 2011 NEVES MONTEIRO THE MINERALS, METALS & MATERIALS SOCIETY (TMS), USA

✤✤ Characterization of minerals, metals and materials ✤✤ Chloride 2011: practice and theory of chloride-based metallurgy ✤✤ Materials processing fundamentals ✤✤ Recycling READERSHIP: The global extractive and process metallurgy industries, materials scientists and engineers, metallurgists, and mechanical engineers.

FEB 2011  978-1-118-03652-5  Software  £66.95  €80.40

Energy Technology 2011

Carbon Dioxide and Other Greenhouse Gas Reduction Metallurgy and Waste Heat Recovery

NEELAMEGGHAM THE MINERALS, METALS & MATERIALS SOCIETY (TMS), USA

✤✤ Approaches on carbon dioxide (CO2) emission reduction in metal production by improved energy efficiency in life cycle fuel use, reductions in carbonate-based flux/raw material usage, as well as finding thermodynamically feasible reactions leading to lower emissions. ✤✤ Energy saving techniques for extraction and processing of ferrous and nonferrous metals and other materials ✤✤ Capture, conservation, and use of heat generated from processing READERSHIP: Global extractive metallurgy marketplace, materials scientists and engineers, metallurgists, and mechanical engineers

FEB 2011  172PP  978-1-118-03651-8  CL  £66.95  €80.40

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Sensors, Sampling, and Simulation for Process Control

MATERIALS SCIENCE

THOMAS THE MINERALS, METALS & MATERIALS SOCIETY (TMS), USA

✤✤ Explores the current state of the art in control of industrial processes in the field of extraction and processing of metals and materials. new sensor technologies, more advanced real-time models, and faster computers are enabling better control systems for these processes. READERSHIP: Materials scientists and engineers, metallurgists, and mechanical engineers.

FEB 2011  172PP  978-1-118-03618-1  CL  £66.95  €80.40

Molecular Electronics An Introduction

N. TAO University of Arizona, USA

✤✤ Provides background to those entering the field from various disciplines and to students studying molecular electronics and nanotechnology ✤✤ Comprehensive text that provides a thorough overview of the background necessary for understanding molecular electronics, an introduction to quantum chemistry and quantum mechanics, nanoscale transport theory and models, and the engineering requirements for designing and building molecular-scale electronic systems ✤✤ Based upon a popular graduate-level class taught by the authors at Arizona State University and draws upon materials from tutorial lecture series at workshops and summer schools given worldwide READERSHIP: Graduate and upper-level graduate students from electrical engineering, bioengineering, materials research, physics and chemistry, researchers in molecular electronics.

SEP 2011  400PP  978-0-470-52144-1  CL  £66.95  €80.40

Nanoscale Multifunctional Materials Science & Applications

S. MUKHOPADHYAY Wright State University, USA

✤✤ Beginning chapters deal with the topic from a general overview level and then later chapters delve into detailed scientific issues ✤✤ Provides comparisons of each property at the nanoscale with traditional-scale materials focuses on three of the most important application areas: energy, environment, and biomedical structures ✤✤ Addresses the multifunctional use and multidisciplinary discussion of the most versatile nanomaterials ✤✤ Consolidates various aspects of nanomaterials that helps people understand their versatility and how the same materials can be used in diverse applications spanning across disciplines ✤✤ Provides significant exposure for readers in the areas related to rapid cross-connection between fundamental science and its applicability READERSHIP: Graduate students in materials science, chemistry, chemical engineering, electrical engineering, and physics, chemistry, engineering, physics, and materials science libraries, academic and industrial researchers in the field (chemists, physicists, chemical and electrical engineers, materials scientists)

AUG 2011  300PP  978-0-470-50891-6  CL  £66.95  €80.40

Polyvinylpyrrolidone (PVP) and Related Materials EDWARD G. MALAWER Malawer & Associates Consulting, USA

✤✤ Provides in a single source a comprehensive collection of the chemistry, properties, and applications of PVP ✤✤ Describes the applications of PVP in the pharmaceutical, personal care, food, and industrial industries and provides a review of the Toxicology and Safety work done to assure the safety of PVP in these industries ✤✤ Provides the uses of PVP in medical, catalysis, and general complexation areas, relatively new applications of the polymer ✤✤ Used as a teaching and reference tool the book describes state-of-the-art characterization techniques that are critical in choosing the correct PVP type for a particular application

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READERSHIP: Chemists, chemical engineers, toxicologists, quality assurance professionals, managers and directors who work in the pharmaceutical, personal care, performance, and specialty chemical industries, library scientists, graduate students taking courses in pharmaceutics, polymer chemistry, cosmetic science, and drug complexation courses.

AUG 2011  400PP  978-0-470-56794-4  CL  £66.95  €80.40


MING QIU ZHANG, MIN ZHI RONG Both of Zhongshan University, USA

✤✤ Incorporates fundamentals, theories, design, chemistry, and physical properties of self-healing polymers ✤✤ Includes techniques for characterizing the healing process of polymers and applications of self-healing polymers and polymer composites ✤✤ Stresses practical aspects of self-healing technology: self-healing coatings, automotive / building / construction industries, electronics, chemical production, engineering ✤✤ Integrates existing techniques and introduces novel synthetic approaches and target-oriented materials design and fabrication ✤✤ Focuses on engineering aspects and theoretical backgrounds of smart materials ✤✤ Illustrates a systematic route for developing techniques and materials to advance the research and applications of self-healing polymers READERSHIP: Polymer and materials: scientists, chemists, engineers, engineers, researchers, and managers in industry: polymers, coatings, paints, medicals, pharmaceutical, materials science, defense, academic researchers, graduate-level courses in polymer science and engineering, materials science and engineering, chemical engineering, biochemical engineering, biomedical engineering, chemistry, and mechanical engineering.

SEP 2011  424PP  978-0-470-49712-8  CL  £76.95  €92.40

MATERIALS SCIENCE

Self-Healing Polymers and Polymer Composites

Friction Stir Welding and Processing VI THE MINERALS, METALS & MATERIALS SOCIETY (TMS). USA

✤✤ Covers all aspects of friction stir welding and processing, from fundamentals to design and applications. ✤✤ Includes an update on the current research issues in the field of friction stir welding and a guide for further research. READERSHIP: Welding, materials, aluminum organizations and journals; materials scientists and engineers, metallurgists, and mechanical engineers.

FEB 2011  916PP  978-1-118-00201-8  CL  £83.50  €100.20

Materials Challenges in Alternative and Renewable Energy Ceramic Transactions Volume 224

GEORGE G. WICKS, JACK SIMON, RAGAIY ZIDAN, EDGAR LARA-CURZIO, THAD ADAMS, JOSE ZAYAS, ABHI KARKAMKAR, ROBERT SINDELAR, BRENDA GARCIA-DIAZ & ACERS ✤✤ Provides a useful one-stop resource for understanding the most important issues in materials challenges in alternative & renewable energy ✤✤ Logically organized and carefully selected articles give insight into materials challenges in alternative & renewable energy and incorporates the latest developments related to materials challenges in alternative & renewable energy, including hydrogen, batteries and energy storage materials, hydropower, and biomass READERSHIP: Government labs, academics in mechanical and chemical engineering, materials and or ceramics, and chemistry departments, specifically engineers and researchers in power electronics, energy conversion, and power engineering while targeting industries including automotive, aerospace, military, and utility companies, associations with related topical divisions or training courses (ASME, IEEE, SAE, AIChE), chemical and engineering libraries SERIES: CERAMIC TRANSACTIONS SERIES

FEB 2011  415PP  978-1-118-01605-3  CL  £83.50  €100.20

Integration of Ferroelectric and Piezoelectric Thin Films EMMANUEL DEFAŸ CEA LETI Minatec, USA

✤✤ Dedicated to concepts. It starts with the definitions and examples of what is piezo-pyro and ferroelectricity by considering the symmetry of the material ✤✤ Properties are described within the framework of Thermodynamics ✤✤ Describes the way to integrate these materials in Microsystems ✤✤ Explains characterization: composition, structure and a special focused on electrical behaviours ✤✤ Gives a survey of state of the art applications using integrated piezo or/and ferroelectric films READERSHIP: Engineers and advanced undergraduate students

FEB 2011  TBA  978-1-8482-1239-8  CL  £130.00  €156.00

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Carbon Nanotube-Polymer Composites

MATERIALS SCIENCE

Manufacture, Properties, and Applications

BRIAN GRADY University of Oklahoma, USA

✤✤ Addresses a timely and dynamic area of great interest to industry and academic research ✤✤ Explains chemical, physical, mechanical / rheological, electrical, and conductive properties of carbon nanotube (CNT)-polymer composites ✤✤ Summarises widely-scattered information (8000 journal papers) into one cover and provides references to key papers for readers wanting that more in-depth info ✤✤ Covers applications in: electromagnetics (shielding and electrodes), flame retardants, and electromechanics (sensors and actuators ✤✤ Presents basic science and engineering of this dynamic and complex area at an accessible level: covers carbon nanotube fundamentals to help polymer scientists understand CNT, and describes polymer physics to help those in the CNT field ✤✤ Includes a glossary that defines key terms READERSHIP: Polymer scientists and engineers, chemists, physicists, materials scientists in academia and industry, product developers and engineers, polymer processing consultants, polymer composites industry, nanotechnology researchers, electrical engineers, mechanical engineers.

AUG 2011  368PP  978-0-470-59641-8  CL  £83.50  €100.20

Polymeric Chiral Catalyst Design and Chiral Polymer Synthesis SHINICHI ITSUNO Toyohashi University of Technology, China

✤✤ Features coverage of polymer-immobilized catalysts which are very useful in asymmetric catalysis ✤✤ Focuses on both the design of the polymer-immobilized asymmetric catalysts and the synthetic aspects of chiral polymers and dendrimers ✤✤ Includes chapters on peptide-catalyzed and enantioselective synthesis, optically-active polymers, and continuous flow processes ✤✤ Edited and written by leading researchers from around the world ✤✤ Organizes otherwise-scattered topics into a single source READERSHIP: Polymer, organic, catalytic, synthetic, medicinal, chemists, chemists in industry: specialty chemicals, pharmaceutical manufacturers, academic researchers and lecturers in chemistry: polymer, organic, synthesis, catalysis

JUL 2011  552PP  978-0-470-56820-0  CL  £90.50  €108.60

Integrated Computational Materials Engineering: Using Multiscale Modeling to Invigorate Engineering Design with Science MARK F. HORSTEMEYER Mississippi State University, USA.

✤✤ First book on Integrated Computational Materials Engineering (ICME) that can be used for pedagogy in senior level undergraduate education or first year level graduate school ✤✤ Joins the worlds of manufacturing and design by capturing the appropriate physics throughout the various processes and enxuring the physics is correct in the models ✤✤ Demonstrates methodologies and gives successful examples to gain the reader’s confidence in the new paradigm for design; aims to provide a 7x return on investment compared to the current trial-and-error and experience-based approaches ✤✤ Has a pedagogical approach; the author walks beginners through the various aspects of modeling and simulation related to materials processing ✤✤ Provides web access to microstructure-sensitive models and experimental database in appendix and quick access to over sixty metals

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READERSHIP: Primary text for senior level undergraduates or first year graduates in mechanical engineering, materials science, materials engineering, aerospace engineering, automotive and structural engineering, and physics; molecular modelers, computational chemists, chemical physicists, physical chemists, theoretical and materials chemists, scientists, and engineers, chemical engineers.

SEP 2011  516PP  978-1-118-02252-8  CL  £96.95  €116.40


COLE W. LITTON, THOMAS C. COLLINS, DONALD C. REYNOLDS, PETER CAPPER, SAFA KASAP & ARTHUR WILLOUGHBY Sensor Materials Branch, USA; Florida State University, USA; Sensor Materials Branch, USA; SELEX Sensors & Airborne Syst., UK; University of Saskatchewan, Canada; University of Southampton, UK

✤✤ An invaluable reference source for researchers and engineers in the field of materials/devices, providing complete coverage of all the essentials of zinc oxide material properties, growth, processing, characterization and devices in a single volume ✤✤ Much more comprehensive and balanced than existing titles ✤✤ Treats the recent advances including crystal growth, processing and doping and also the device problems and issues that seem to be impeding the commercialization of devices ✤✤ Edited by highly respected and internationally recognized researchers in the field of zinc oxide READERSHIP: University, government, and industrial research and development laboratories, postgraduate students in the fields of electrical engineering, solid-state electronics, physics and chemistry, materials science, and nanotechnology SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN MATERIALS FOR ELECTRONIC & OPTOELECTRONIC APPLICATIONS

MAR 2011  416PP  978-0-470-51971-4  CL  £120.00  €144.00

MATERIALS SCIENCE

Zinc Oxide Materials for Electronic and Optoelectronic Device Applications

Supercapacitors

Materials, Systems, and Applications

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

✤✤ Supercapacitors provide high power and durability, are complementary to batteries and are thus an important component of the “alternative energy” armory ✤✤ Contains a focused electrochemistry primer directly targeting capacitor testing and characterization, catering to the diverse backgrounds of the readership ✤✤ All important materials (carbons, oxides conducting polymers) and systems are covered ✤✤ Several chapters are devoted to topics of direct industrial relevance - industrial manufacture, durability, reliability, the market and applications READERSHIP: Materials scientists, electrochemists, electrotechnicians, engineers in power technology, libraries, chemical industry, electrotechnical industry, automobile industry

SEP 2011  450PP  978-3-527-32883-3  CL  £125.00  €156.00

Magnesium Technology 2011 The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society (TMS), USA

✤✤ This symposium is one of the largest yearly gatherings of magnesium specialists in the world. ✤✤ Papers are presented on all aspects of magnesium technology, ranging from primary production to applications and recycling, as well as from basic research to industrialization. READERSHIP: Materials scientists and engineers, metallurgists, and mechanical engineers

FEB 2011  1000PP  978-1-118-02936-7  CL  £153.00  €183.60

Gamma Titanium Aluminide Alloys Science and Technology

FRITZ APPEL, JONATHAN DAVID HEATON PAUL & MICHAEL OEHRING All of GKSS Research Centre, Germany

✤✤ Emphasises the relation between basic research topics and processing technologies for actual applications ✤✤ Treats the complex microstructures down to nanometre scale and structure/property relationships as well as interface phenomena on the atomic scale ✤✤ There is no other comprehensive interpretation and discussion of literature data on the market yet READERSHIP: Materials scientists, aircraft and space industry, metal processing industry, automobile industry, aerospace physicians, aerospace engineers, graduate students

SEP 2011  750PP  978-3-527-31525-3  CL  £165.00  €198.00

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Light Metals 2011

MATERIALS SCIENCE / PHYSICS

The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society (TMS)

✤✤ Most up-to-date information on the state of primary aluminum science and technology ✤✤ Great mix of practical applied technology and hard science, which is of invaluable benefit to the global aluminum industry as it strives to cut costs and increase profitability READERSHIP: Materials scientists and engineers, metallurgists, and mechanical engineers

FEB 2011  1262PP  978-1-118-02935-0  CL  £173.00  €207.60

Handbook of Engineering and Specialty Polymer Water Soluble Polymers

JOHANNES KARL FINK Montanuniversität, Austria

✤✤ The volume is part of a 4-part series on Handbook of Engineering and Specialty. ✤✤ Reviews the chemical developments of the last decade of water soluble polymers. ✤✤ Comprehensively in an encyclopaedic fashion includes material published in journals, books, conference proceedings, as well as the patent literature. ✤✤ Augmented with four indices: Tradenames, acronyms, chemicals, and general index for user friendliness ✤✤ Unique compilation for the industry practitioner as well as the advanced student READERSHIP: Chemical engineers in industry, advanced university courses in chemically biased plastics technology and polymer science

MAR 2011  350PP  978-1-118-06275-3  CL  £117.00  €140.40

An Introduction to Distance Measurement in Astronomy RICHARD DE GRIJS & SUSAN CARTWRIGHT Peking University, China; University of Sheffield, UK

✤✤ Unique and engaging approach takes the reader from the solar neighbourhood to the edge of the universe, discussing the range of distance measurement methods at each stage, focussing on the physical processes that underlie each method, rather than just presenting a collection of techniques ✤✤ Most comprehensive account of distance measurements in the Universe to date, addressing distance measurement as a coherent subject in its own right ✤✤ Companion website to give readers access to the latest research and solutions to the problems set in each chapter ✤✤ Includes a colour plate section and extensive glossary and reference list READERSHIP: Undergraduates and postgraduates in physics, astronomy & cosmology

AUG 2011  288PP  978-0-470-51180-0  PR  £27.50  €33.00

An Introduction to Synchrotron Radiation Techniques and Applications

PHIL WILLMOTT Swiss Light Source, Switzerland

✤✤ General introduction to synchrotron radiation and experimental techniques using synchrotron radiation. ✤✤ Contains many detailed worked examples from the literature ✤✤ User community has grown steadily over the last 10 years and today includes researchers from many different fields and synchrotrons are possibly one of the best examples of multidisciplinary research ✤✤ Includes problems embedded within the appropriate part of the text to facilitate learning READERSHIP: Masters and PhD students of synchrotron light sources and their applications, synchrotron scientists, and synchrotron users from all the scientific disciplines that could possibly profit from the use of synchrotron radiation

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AUG 2011  336PP  978-0-470-74578-6  PR  £39.95  €54.00 JUL 2011  368PP  978-0-470-74579-3  CL  £90.00  €120.00


2nd Edition

DES MCMORROW & JENS ALS-NIELSEN University College London, UK; University of Copenhagen, Denmark

✤✤ New edition of a best-selling text ✤✤ Comprehensively describes from a modern perspective the basics of x-ray physics as well as the completely new opportunities offered by synchrotron radiation ✤✤ Written by internationally acclaimed authors ✤✤ The style of the book is to develop the basic physical principles without obscuring them with excessive mathematics ✤✤ Over 30% new material, including: New chapters on non-crystalline, x-ray, non-crystalline diffraction and imaging ✤✤ Four-colour representation throughout the text to clarify key concepts ✤✤ Extensive problems after each chapter

PHYSICS

Elements of Modern X-ray Physics

READERSHIP: Students taking courses in x-rays; physicists who use synchrotron radiation in their research; professionals who have the desire to extend their knowledge into new areas; material scientist; chemists; biologists; geologists

MAR 2011  432PP  978-0-470-97394-3  PR  £42.50  €51.00  /  978-0-470-97395-0  CL  £100.00  €120.00

Physics and Technology of InAs/(In.Ga)Sb Strained Layer Superlattice Detectors SANJAY KRISHNA & ELENA PLIS Both of the University of New Mexico, USA

✤✤ Demonstrates how performance of Strained Layer Superlattice (SLS) cameras is stimulated by properties of SLS material, such as abruptness of the interfaces, carrier lifetime and mobility, and background carrier concentration ✤✤ Reviews characterization techniques of SLS material developed thus far, highlighting their strengths and limitations ✤✤ Discusses state-of-the-art performance of SLS detectors and FPAs, providing comparison with present day IR detection technologies READERSHIP: Researchers and practicing professionals, semiconductor optoelectronic materials and devices graduates, government market SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN PURE AND APPLIED OPTICS

AUG 2011  300PP  978-1-118-02233-7  CL  £76.95  €92.40

White Dwarf Atmospheres and Circumstellar Environments DONALD W. HOARD California Institute of Technology, USA

✤✤ Compiling the latest results in the hot areas of white dwarf research ✤✤ Complements the literature on white dwarfs by focusing on new and fascinating topics ✤✤ Must-have for researchers involved with stellar objects and evolution ✤✤ With thorough refresher on white dwarfs and their types ✤✤ Written by selected top authors READERSHIP: Astronomers, geophysicists, libraries at university institutes, libraries at universities

SEP 2011  280PP  978-3-527-41031-6  CL  £90.00  €114.00

Vibrations and Waves TAMER BÉCHERRAWY ✤✤ Deals with vibrations, waves, and the basic principles and methods of analysing various physical phenomena ✤✤ Includes the general properties of propagation, a detailed study of mechanical (elastic and acoustic) and electromagnetic waves, propagation, attenuation, dispersion, reflection, interference and diffraction of waves ✤✤ Features chapters on the effect of motion of sources and observers (both classical and relativistic), emission of electromagnetic waves, standing and guided waves ✤✤ A final chapter on de Broglie waves constitutes an introduction to quantum mechanics MAY 2011  368PP  978-1-84821-283-1  CL  £96.95  €116.40

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Nonlinear Optical Borate Crystals

PHYSICS / ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING

Principles and Applications

CHUANGTIAN CHEN, TAKATAMO SASAKI, RUKANG LI, YINCHENG WU, ZHESHUAI LIN, YUSUKE MORI, ZHANGUI HU, JIYANG WANG, GERARD AKA, MASASHI YOSHIMURA & YUSHI KANEDA Technical Institute of Physics and Chemistry, Beijing, P.R. China; Osaka University, Japan; Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, P.R. China; Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, P.R. China; Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, P.R. China; Osaka University, Japan; Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, P.R. China; Shandong University, P.R. China; ENSCP, Paris, France; Osaka University, Japan; Osaka University, Japan

✤✤ A clear and approachable self-contained review of the last four decade of research highlights in the hot field of optoelectronic functional material fields focusing on optical borate crystals ✤✤ Edited by the discoverers and users of these optical borate crystals ✤✤ Focuses particularly on nonlinear optical (NLO) crystals, and borate-based ultraviolet and deep-ultraviolet NLO crystals. ✤✤ Covers the discovery, growth, structure, optical properties, harmonic generation capabilities and applications. ✤✤ Applications include rapid proto-typing, Semiconductor and laser technologies, bio-medicine, and advanced instrument making. READERSHIP: Semiconductor physicists, materials scientists, solid state chemists, manufacturers of optoelectronic devices, applied physicists, solid state physicists, physical institutes, optical industry, libraries at university institutes, libraries at universities, company libraries

SEP 2011  420PP  978-3-527-41009-5  CL  £105.00  €132.00

Handbook of Biophotonics Photonics for Health Care Vol. 2

Edited by JÜRGEN POPP, VALERY V. TUCHIN, ARTHUR CHIOU & STEFAN HEINEMANN Friedrich Schiller University of Jena, Germany; Saratov State University, Russia; National Yang Ming University, Taiwan; Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Germany

✤✤ First book on biophotonics with physics basics as well as biological and medical background ✤✤ Covers latest applications in life science, quality control and defence ✤✤ Review style contributions guide the reader from basics to latest research trends ✤✤ 1800 pages full color define a new standard READERSHIP: Lecturers in biochemistry, medicineand physics, spectroscopists, cell biologists, clinical physicists, allergologists, food industry, patent departments in industry

SEP 2011  800PP  978-3-527-41048-4  CL  £200.00  €240.00

The Method of Normal Forms ALI H. NAYFEH Virginia Tech, USA

✤✤ Additions to this new edition concern major topics of current interest. In particular, there are three new chapters dedicated to Maps, Bifurcations of Continuous Systems, and Retarded Systems. ✤✤ Clear operational framework for consciously using concepts and tools. ✤✤ Rich variety of examples, dealt with up to their final outcome, to explain and compare different applications of the considered concepts and techniques. ✤✤ Comes with approx. 150 exercises ✤✤ Competing titles address the same topics on a more mathematically-oriented perspective READERSHIP: Engineers, physicists, applied mathematicians, libraries at universities, libraries at university institutes, electrical engineers, mechanical engineers, civil engineers

AUG 2011  346PP  978-3-527-41097-2  CL  £85.00  €102.00

Introduction to Micro- and Nanooptics JÜRGEN JAHNS, STEFAN SINZINGER & STEFAN HELFERT University of Hagen, Germany; Technical University of Ilmenau, Germany; University of Hagen, Germany

✤✤ Important topic within EE and Physics education: increasing demand for optoelectronic devices such as LEDs for Laser TV and illumination (replacement for bulbs) ✤✤ First textbook on the topic; market is dominated by multi-author books which report on recent research results. ✤✤ Authors cover aspects which are not handled in conventional texts on optics, e.g. the propagation of light in microoptical or nanooptical devices ✤✤ Sample exercises illustrate approach to new and complex topics READERSHIP: Engineering students, students in physics, lecturers, engineers, engineering scientists, libraries at universities, libraries at university institutes, universities of applied sciences

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AUG 2011  360PP  978-3-527-40891-7  PR  £39.95  €54.00


A Top-Down Approach

FRANCO MALOBERTI University of Pavia, Italy

✤✤ Introductory electronics textbook, with pioneering top-down approach more in line with the needs of students ✤✤ Starts with processing functions, then describes signals and their properties before analyzing the features of many systems; it explains a global view before going into specifics ✤✤ Contains a useful balance of theory, example and verification of results ✤✤ Supplies a number of computer examples whose source code will be available for download on a supplementary website READERSHIP: Third and fourth year undergraduate students in electronics, lecturers and professors in electronics, engineers

SEP 2011  656PP  978-0-470-74555-7  CL  £45.00  €54.00

Planning Guide for Power Distribution Plants Design, Implementation and Operation of Industrial Networks

HARTMUT KIANK & WOLFGANG FRUTH Power Distribution Solutions of the Siemens Energy Sector, Germany; Totally Integrated Power of the Siemens Industry Sector, Germany

✤✤ The only work, which deals entirely with the design and operation of industrial networks READERSHIP: Industry, energy supplying companies, engineers, engineers in power technology, electrical engineers, engineering consultants, planning managers, electrotechnical industry, electrical fitters, electrotechnicians, engineers, power engineers, small and medium sized companies, universities, universities of applied sciences, students in electrical engineering, lecturers in electrical engineering

APR 2011  420PP  978-3-89578-371-5  CL  £50.00  €60.00

ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING

Understanding Microelectronics

Practical Database Programming with Java YING BAI Johnson C. Smith University, USA

✤✤ Easy-to-read, novel like writing style is employed ✤✤ Covers both fundamental and advanced Java database programming techniques to appeal to both beginning and experienced readers ✤✤ Includes over 20 sample database programming projects, including detailed illustrations and explanations ✤✤ Includes homework and selected solutions for each chapter ✤✤ Easy-to-understand writing style to attract a wide variety of readers ✤✤ Powerpoint slides for instructors READERSHIP: Programmers, software engineers, undergrad or graduate students majoring in computer science/information system and engineering

SEP 2011  800PP  978-0-470-88940-4  PR  £50.50  €60.60

Military Laser Technology for Defense Technology for Revolutionizing 21st Century Warfare

ALASTAIR D. MCAULAY Wright State University, USA

✤✤ Laser weapons are not only effective for directed energy destruction but also for use against personnel by blinding, for countermeasures against heat seeking IR missiles, and for applications in space where communication and GPS satellites need protection. ✤✤ Provides the basic knowledge to create, design, and implement laser systems for the battlefield, including only unclassified or declassified information ✤✤ Explains the laser system technologies used and proposed for the battlefield ✤✤ Sufficient background in lasers and optics is included to make the book self-contained and accessible to students, engineers and scientists with minimal optics backgrounds READERSHIP: Scientists, engineers, and educators in government, corporate or academia, military academies and University ROTCs

MAY 2011  328PP  978-0-470-25560-5  CL  £53.50  €64.20

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Liquid Crystal Displays

ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING

History, Science and Technology

ROBERT H. CHEN Chimei Optoelectronics, Germany

✤✤ Up-to-date and extensive resource on valuable technology ✤✤ Incorporates mathematical and scientific developments with historical context ✤✤ Explains engineering innovations that power everyday technology recognizable to everyone READERSHIP: The primary audience for this book consists of science students interested in LCDs and workers in the LCD industry, including engineers and product designers, generally educated readers who appreciate science and technology and are curious about how modern electronic devices work

SEP 2011  350PP  978-0-470-93087-8  CL  £53.50  €64.20

Trusted Computing Infrastructures THOMAS HARDJONO & NED SMITH Intel Corporation, USA; VeriSign Inc, USA

✤✤ Explains the value proposition of Trusted Computing and Trusted Platforms ✤✤ Background information on the latest version of the TPM hardware ✤✤ Explains the need and importance of infrastructure support for trusted computing ✤✤ Explains how to design products and services that will be compatible and makes-use of features of emerging Trusted Platforms ✤✤ Explains the real-world use-cases of TCG technologies that increase security of Enterprises and endconsumer devices and networks READERSHIP: Security architects and CTOs, technical and project managers, product developers and graduate students

JUL 2011  360PP  978-0-471-79961-0  CL  £56.95  €68.40

Lean for Systems Engineering with Lean Enablers for Systems Engineering BOHDAN W. OPPENHEIM Lean Systems Engineering Working Group, USA

✤✤ First book ever on the new body of knowledge that is Lean for Systems Engineering, including a practical guide on how to use the latest practices ✤✤ Features 194 tables formatted to make the book easy to use as a guidebook, with user friendly pointers to the complex information ✤✤ In 2010 INCOSE honored the creators of LSE and LEfSE (among them, the author himself ) with the prestigious Best Product Award. This book gives readers insight into a technology which will soon be implemented across governments and organizations globally. READERSHIP: All systems engineers, globally (est. 50,000); all students of systems engineering (100 university programs worldwide graduating 5-15 students per year); all engineers working in large product development programs (tens of thousands worldwide); department of defense officers and civilians in acquisition and logistics (50,000 in US alone); managers of defense contractors (tens of thousands in the US alone) SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN SYSTEMS ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT

JUL 2011  252PP  978-1-118-00889-8  CL  £63.50  €76.20

Microwave Noncontact Motion Sensing and Analysis CHANGZHI LI & JENSHAN LIN Texas Tech University, USA; University of Florida, USA

✤✤ Provides timely coverage of a technology integral to the future healthcare of the elderly. ✤✤ Ties together human vital sign detection, through-wall radar, and Doppler vibometry. ✤✤ Leads the way towards further research for scientists by combining microwave, electronic circuit, signal processing, and healthcare point of views. READERSHIP: Practicing engineers and researchers (radio frequency electronics and radar-focused) with background in microwave technology, healthcare professionals seeking insight into the current state of the technology in this area, TSA, military, law enforcement, fire department SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN MICROWAVE AND OPTICAL ENGINEERING

JUN 2011  220PP  978-0-470-64214-6  CL  £63.50  €76.20

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JOHN J. MCCANN & ALESSANDRO RIZZI McCann Imaging, USA; Università degli Studi di Milano, Italy

✤✤ Explores the imaging of scenes with a high dynamic range, starting with their treatment throughout the history of art and arriving at their contemporary scientific understanding in terms of digital imaging, measurement, and human response ✤✤ 4 distinct parts cover art history; optical measurements of scenes and images; human response to HDR; and current digital technologies for image processing and reproduction ✤✤ Illustrated in full colour throughout, including examples of fine-art paintings, HDR photography, and multiple exposure scenes ✤✤ Additional digital material supplied in a companion website READERSHIP: Those practicing, studying or researching the field of high dynamic range imaging, particularly those in image processing, image science and technology, information display technology, human vision, and computer science, those working in colour science, perception, computer graphics and multimedia, games and entertainment, psychology, art, and human-computer interaction SERIES: THE WILEY-IS&T SERIES IN IMAGING SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

SEP 2011  304PP  978-0-470-66622-7  CL  £70.00  €84.00

Digital Holography for MEMS and Microsystem Metrology ANAND ASUNDI Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

✤✤ Takes a practical applications-based approach, whilst including a thorough enough theoretical background to allow users a means of understanding basic concepts & thus identify areas where this technique can be adopted ✤✤ Discusses applications including microfluidics, crystallization and aerosol detection studies, micro-optical and diffractive optical systems and the testing of these components, and bio-imaging ✤✤ Discusses digital reflection holography, digital transmission holography, digital in-line holography, and digital holographic tomography and applications. READERSHIP: Researchers and professionals in the fields of MEMS and microsystems and optical engineering, researchers and professionals in the fields of bioimaging and microfluidics SERIES: MICROSYSTEM AND NANOTECHNOLOGY SERIES (ME20)

ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING

Art and Science of HDR Scene Imaging

JUL 2011  256PP  978-0-470-97869-6  CL  £75.00  €97.20

Embedded SoPC System with Altera NiosII Processor and Verilog 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, practicing engineers, stand-alone 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

AUG 2011  650PP  978-1-118-01103-4  CL  £80.00  €96.00

Cluster and Computing Networks PASCALE VICAT-BLANC PRIMET LYATISS Company, France

✤✤ Explores the core of the new distributed computing infrastructures we are using today: the networking systems of clusters, grids and clouds ✤✤ Helps the reader to understand the technologies, specificities, constraints and benefits of these different infrastructures communication systems ✤✤ Looks at the core of clusters, grids and clouds networks, giving designers, application developers and users the keys to better construct and use these powerful infrastructures READERSHIP: Network designers and distributed-application developers

MAY 2011  TBA  978-1-8482-1286-2  CL  £83.50  €100.20

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Introduction to Laser Technology

ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING

4th Edition

C. BRECK HITZ, J. J. EWING & JEFF HECHT LEOMA, USA; Ewing Technology Associates, Inc, USA; Laser Focus World, USA

✤✤ Expanded material on material and wavelength in the semiconductor chapter ✤✤ New explanation of Raman lasers in the nonlinear chapter ✤✤ New chapter on fiber lasers ✤✤ Addition of thin-disk lasers to the chapter on solidstate lasers ✤✤ Addition of slab lasers to the solidstate chapter ✤✤ Improvement of chapter-end problems READERSHIP: Technicians and laser-safety officers, students

AUG 2011  352PP  978-0-470-91620-9  CL  £83.50  €100.20 Previous Edition: 0-7803-5373-0

Risk Assessment

Theory, Methods, and Applications

MARVIN RAUSAND Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway

✤✤ This book serves as a relevant and modern guide to current applications of risk analysis, supporting key standards and supplementing the legislation related to risk analysis ✤✤ An in-depth chapter on hazard identifications methodologically outlines the steps of developing checklists, conducting preliminary hazard analysis, and conducting structured what-if analysis ✤✤ All methods for risk analysis are outlined in a uniform fashion: an introduction; objectives and application; qualitative and quantitative description; required resources required; and related advantages and disadvantages ✤✤ A final section focuses on applications of various risk assessment techniques, including environmental risk analyses, product/machinery risk analysis, and formal safety assessment /maritime risk ✤✤ Each chapter concludes with problem sets and resources for further reassessing on the presented topics ✤✤ Detailed appendices outline key terms, acronyms, and related Web site houses supplemental slides for each chapter. READERSHIP: As a text for courses on risk analysis/assessment at the upper-undergraduate and graduate level; as a reference for engineers, researchers, consultants, and practitioners who carry out risk assessment techniques in their everyday work SERIES: STATISTICS IN PRACTICE

AUG 2011  640PP  978-0-470-63764-7  CL  £83.50  €100.20

Large Scale Network-Centric Distributed Systems H. SARBAZI-AZAD Sharif University of Technology, Iran

✤✤ Explains and analyzes complex topics to an unprecedented degree ✤✤ Provides a useful reference to graduate students and a jump-off point for new research ✤✤ In-depth coverage takes reader from ground level hardware issues up to highly advanced application and network discussions READERSHIP: Practitioners, postgraduate students, postdocs, and researchers SERIES: WILEY SERIES ON PARALLEL AND DISTRIBUTED COMPUTING

AUG 2011  600PP  978-0-470-93688-7  CL  £83.50  €100.20

Transients of Modern Power Electronics HUA BAI & CHRIS MI Both of University of Michigan-Dearborn, USA

✤✤ Focuses on short-timescale factors influencing the operational performance and reliability of power electronic systems, explores their causes and corrects them by changing the control algorithm or peripheral circuit ✤✤ Summarizes the general principles of system design from SOA design, structure optimization, and component placement (macroscopic perspective), alongside a focus on short-timescale transients (microscopic) in order to explore the possibility to synthesize these two timescale domains into the optimal converter design ✤✤ Provides modelling methods of active and passive power devices, characteristics of selected semiconductor power devices, dead-band effects, and modulators errors

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✤✤ Includes an accompanying website providing simulation models. READERSHIP: Researchers and practitioners in power electronics; R&D staff in the power electronic or related companies

AUG 2011  320PP  978-0-470-68664-5  CL  £85.00  €102.00


BASEM EL-HAIK & AGUS SUDJIANTO Six Sigma Professionals, Inc, USA; Bank of America, USA

✤✤ Define measurable critical parameters that reflect customer requirements ✤✤ Helps readers assess business case risk and opportunity in the context of product roadmaps and portfolios. Uses computer-aided predictive engineering and advanced optimization to help readers build products that robustly handle variations in manufacturing and usage ✤✤ Teaches new statistical techniques for ensuring delivery on time ✤✤ Finds the appropriate DFSS tools for readers from varied business backgrounds using the authors’ step-bystep roadmap ✤✤ Includes new case studies READERSHIP: Engineering oriented practitioners: design engineers, industrial black belts and green belts, design owners and champions, chief officers, CEO’s, VP’s of engineering, CAD/CAM professionals, modelers, or anyone involved in the development process

JUL 2011  450PP  978-0-470-89082-0  CL  £93.50  €112.20

Chaos in Electric Drive Systems Analysis, Control and Application

K. T. CHAU University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

✤✤ First monograph exploring chaos in electric drive systems ✤✤ Authored by a well-known scientist in the field ✤✤ A one-stop reference resource for latest findings on chaos in electric drive systems ✤✤ Arms readers with theoretical treatment, practical experiments and industrial applications ✤✤ Covers drive systems from simplest type to the latest ✤✤ Supplementary presentation files available READERSHIP: Graduate students and research engineers who specialize in electric drives, electric vehicle, and electric machinery. Potential to become a main text for advanced courses of EE graduate students e.g. advanced electric drives, advanced topics in electric drives and control, research engineers and product designers in industrial electronics, consumer electronics, electric appliances and hybrid electric vehicles. The book would also be a good reference for senior undergraduate students in electrical engineering.

ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING

Computer Aided Product Design Using Six Sigma for Greatest Value

JUN 2011  288PP  978-0-470-82633-1  CL  £95.00  €109.30

Haptic VINCENT HAYWARD McGill University, Canada

✤✤ Covers the biological aspects of the haptic system including the biomechanics, anatomy, physiology, perception and behaviour ✤✤ Considers the engineering aspects of haptic and tactile stimulators including vibrotactile, force feedback, shape displays and tactile displays as well as the attending control and software techniques READERSHIP: Engineers, advanced undergraduate students, graduate students and those interested in this advancing technology

SEP 2011  320PP  978-1-8482-1216-9  CL  £96.95  €116.40

Thermal Treatment in Microelectronics ANNIE BAUDRANT CEA-LETi, USA

✤✤ Specifically in the field of microelectronics, the self-fulfilling power of Moore s Law has driven an amazing pace of technological advances ✤✤ This book explains the fundamental physical and chemical rules in major front end treatments: oxidation, epitaxy, ion implantation and impurities diffusion READERSHIP: Engineers or researchers who may be new to the field, including students and non-specialists

APR 2011  TBA  978-1-8482-1231-2  CL  £96.95  €116.40

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The Semantic Sphere

ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING

Computation, Cognition and Information Economy

PIERRE LÉVY University of Ottawa, USA

✤✤ The new digital media offers us an unprecedented memory capacity, an ubiquitous communication channel and a growing computing power ✤✤ This book explains the collaborative construction of a global hypercortex coordinated by a computable metalanguage ✤✤ Shows how we could transform our current opaque global brain into a reflexive collective intelligence READERSHIP: The book addresses students and researchers in the various fields associated with this topic

AUG 2011  TBA  978-1-8482-1251-0  CL  £96.95  €116.40

Stochastic Geometry for Image Analysis XAVIER DESCOMBES INRIA, France

✤✤ Develops the stochastic geometry framework for image analysis purpose ✤✤ Two main frameworks are described: marked point process and random closed sets models ✤✤ The algorithms for sampling and optimizing the models as well as for estimating parameters are reviewed and numerous applications, covering remote sensing images, biological and medical imaging, are detailed ✤✤ Provides all the necessary tools for developing an image analysis application based on modern stochastic modelling READERSHIP: Engineers, PhD students and researchers in stochastic geometry, applied sciences, and those interested in the topic

AUG 2011  TBA  978-1-8482-1240-4  CL  £96.95  €116.40

Handbook of Marine Craft Hydrodynamics and Motion Control THOR I. FOSSEN University of Trondheim, Norway

✤✤ An intensive treatment of the modelling of marine craft, covering a large spectrum of issues at the root of methods for the analysis and design of advanced guidance and control systems ✤✤ Includes various case studies and a good balance of mathematical theory and practical application topics ✤✤ Covers recent updates and results, including new material on underwater and surface materials ✤✤ The complementary website hosts a useful Matlab/Simulink toolbox, and full colour photos READERSHIP: Researchers in related marine and control fields, working in manned or unmanned maritime vehicles either in academia or industry, final year undergraduates and postgraduates, lecturers and development officers, researchers or practitioners in the area of rigid body modelling, control of dynamic systems, and sensor based systems

APR 2011  592PP  978-1-119-99149-6  CL  £125.00  €150.00

Qualitative Spatial and Temporal Reasoning GÉRARD LIGOZAT Paris-Sud University, France

✤✤ Starting with an updated description of Allen’s calculus, the book proceeds with a description of the main qualitative calculi which have been developed over the last two decades ✤✤ It describes the connection of complexity issues to geometric properties. Models of the formalisms are described using the algebraic notion of weak representations of the associated algebras ✤✤ Includes a presentation of fuzzy extensions of qualitative calculi, and a description of the study of complexity in terms of clones of operations AUG 2011  544PP  978-1-8482-1252-7  CL  £130.00  €156.00

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JEAN-PAUL LOUIS ENS Cachan, France

✤✤ This work draws on well adapted models resulting from the Park s transformation, for both the most traditional machines with sinusoidal field distribution and for machines with non-sinusoidal field distribution which are more and more used in industry ✤✤ Both conventional control strategies like vector control (either in the synchronous reference frame or in the rotor frame) and advanced control theories like direct control and predictive control are thoroughly presented in this context, a significant place is reserved to sensorless control which is an important and critical issue in tomorrow s motors MAY 2011  TBA  978-1-8482-1273-2  CL  £130.00  €156.00

Theory and Practice of Infrared Vision XAVIER P. MALDAGUE Université Laval, France

✤✤ Comes with software which enables customers to put into practice processing techniques directly, on their own IR images. ✤✤ Author is Canadian’s federal chair of Infrared Vision. ✤✤ Includes latest algorithms and infrared features, in addition to original, basic applications and theories. READERSHIP: Professors and researchers working in the area of inrared technology/thermography

JUL 2011  780PP  978-0-470-64774-5  CL  £130.00  €156.00

ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING

Control of Synchronous Actuators

The Power and Beauty of Electromagnetic Fields FREDERIC R. MORGENTHALER Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA

✤✤ Includes both conventional electromagnetic theory, Maxwell-Poynting representation, and also Alternate representation theory which is more suitable for modern EM environments. ✤✤ Students and theorists can examine two separate theories and witness the same outcomes ✤✤ Includes three separate table of contents (level I, II & III) created in accordance with the knowledge level of readers ✤✤ There are about 30 animations either downloadable or hyperlinked, which represent field transients – they are visual representations of the theory and facilitate readers’ comprehension ✤✤ Material is classroom tested at MIT ✤✤ Author is one of the authorities of EM theory and well respected in the industry ✤✤ Problems are included (solutions are not provided – will convince author to create one) READERSHIP: Electromagnetics theorists, senior undergraduate, first year graduate students majoring wireless communication, electromagnetic fields/waves/forces SERIES: IEEE PRESS SERIES ON ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVE THEORY

JUL 2011  700PP  978-1-118-05757-5  CL  £90.50  €108.60

Solving Enterprise Applications Performance Puzzles Queuing Models to the Rescue

LEONID GRINSHPAN Oracle Corporation, USA

✤✤ Written by consulting technical director of the largest Enterprise Software provider, Oracle ✤✤ Written in mathematic-free style and contains ample tables, charts, and illustrations READERSHIP: Computer system performance analysts, system architects and administrator, as well as programmers developing large enterprise applications

AUG 2011  300PP  978-1-118-06157-2  PR  £46.95  €56.40

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Advanced Engineering and Electromagnetics

ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING / Communications Technology

2nd Edition

CONSTANTINE A. BALANIS Arizona State University, USA

✤✤ A second course in electromagnetics, offering integrated, detailed coverage of the classical topics, from Maxwell's equations to Green's functions. ✤✤ Additional new examples, end-of-the-chapter problems and references have been added. ✤✤ The book now comes with a CD, which contains lecture notes in PowerPoint format for all the chapters and Matlab programs to animate some of the wave phenomena. READERSHIP: Engineering students studying an advanced electromagnetic course

SEP 2011  1124PP  978-0-470-58948-9  CL  £105.00  €135.00

The Future of Voice Telephony and Unifying Communications WILLIAM A. FLANAGAN Flanagan Consulting in Chantilly, USA

✤✤ Includes a very detailed index ✤✤ Tells readers how to deal with vendors, network engineers, data center gurus, and top management with the confidence of a clear understanding of how things really work in Voice Telephony ✤✤ Provides a useful tool as the new hire’s introduction to the communications industry READERSHIP: Engineers and technical managers, with the book intended to give this market enough information to stay ahead of vendor sales people and to deal effectively with sales engineers. Also useful for training new entrants into the industry, notably sales reps and sales engineers at vendors of related products and services. CEO, CFO; students

AUG 2011  300PP  978-1-1180-1921-4  PR  £40.50  €48.60

Understanding Microelectronics A Top-Down Approach

FRANCO MALOBERTI University of Pavia, Italy

✤✤ Introductory electronics textbook, with pioneering top-down approach more in line with the needs of students ✤✤ Starts with processing functions, then describes signals and their properties before analyzing the features of many systems; it explains a global view before going into specifics ✤✤ Contains a useful balance of theory, example and verification of results ✤✤ Supplies a number of computer examples whose source code will be available for download on a supplementary website READERSHIP: Third and fourth year undergraduate students in electronics, lecturers and professors in electronics, engineers

Sep 2011  656PP  978-0-470-74555-7  CL  £45.00  €54.00

Introduction to Network Modeling and Simulation for the Practicing Engineer JACK L. BURBANK, WILLIAM T. KASCH & JON R. WARD All of Johns Hopkins University, USA

✤✤ Modelling and simulation is becoming an increasingly important tool in studying network behaviour and architecting complex network designs and studying their performance prior to their deployment ✤✤ A comprehensive, highly useable guide to the major commercial and open-source network modeling and simulation software currently available ✤✤ Includes downloadable sample simulation files for the various modeling and simulation platforms presented ✤✤ Gives rules of thumb to help the practicing engineer focus effort on utilizing all available modeling and simulation tools ✤✤ Helps the reader avoid common pitfalls in network modeling and simulation

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READERSHIP: Practicing engineers in the field of network simulation and students SERIES: THE COMSOC GUIDES TO COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGIES

AUG 2011  250PP  978-0-470-46726-8  PR  £46.95  €56.40


A Guide to the Internet Technologies Shaping the Future of Mobile Services and Operators

PAUL GOLDING Magic E Company, UK

✤✤ Explores the common underlying technological themes that underpin the new era of connected services ✤✤ Addresses the newest areas of technology such as web and mobile 2.0, open source, mash-ups, cloud computing, web 3.0, augmented reality, and more ✤✤ Shows the reader how to understand the potential of the enabling technologies and apply them for meaningful applications in their own world ✤✤ Discusses new developments in the technological landscape such as smartphone proliferation, maturation of web 2.0, increased convergence between mobile networks and the internet, and so forth. READERSHIP: Technical designers and managers, project managers, product managers, CEOs at mobile operators, fixed operators, converged operators and their contributory supplier networks (e.g. infrastructure providers), internet providers, analysts, architects, consultants, technology investors, analysts, marketing directors, business development directors

SEP 2011  320PP  978-0-470-97455-1  CL  £50.00  €60.00

Practical Guide to MIMO Radio Channel TIM BROWN, PERSEFONI KYRITSI & ELIZABETH DE CARVALHO University of Surrey, UK; Aalborg University, Denmark; Aalborg University, Denmark

✤✤ Provides a summary of the current channel modeling approaches used by industry, academia and standardisation bodies ✤✤ Contains experimental and measurement based results ✤✤ Provides a comprehensive down to earth approach with concise and visual explanations of MIMO Radio Channel

Communications Technology

Connected Services

✤✤ Covers a variety of system scenarios and explains the trade-offs involved in each ✤✤ Accompanying website containing MATLAB code and solutions to related problems READERSHIP: R&D engineers, engineers entering the field or working in related fields seeking an introduction to the topic, postgraduate students, graduates, final year undergraduates, libraries

AUG 2011  288PP  978-0-470-99449-8  CL  £55.00  €66.00

Innovation in Wind Technology PETER JAMIESON Garrad Hassan & Partners Ltd, Scotland

✤✤ Draws upon the author s 30 years industry experience to synergize the separate fields of engineering innovation and wind technology into one practical reference text ✤✤ Enables both creative and analytical thinking as well as engineering insight that is invaluable in the early stages of parametric studies ✤✤ Includes innovative examples from working experiences for commercial clients ✤✤ Includes previously unpublished or little disseminated theory, including the author s recent research solving a problem generalizing Betz theory to account for the behavior of rotors in ducts or non-uniform flow READERSHIP: Professional wind engineers, power engineers, turbine designers, wind energy consultants and researchers working with wind energy, academics and researchers in renewable energy

AUG 2011  256PP  978-0-470-69981-2  CL  £55.00  €66.00

Efficient Electromagnetic Modeling for High Speed Electronics ER-PING LI Singapore National Institute, Singapore

✤✤ No book available to specially address the electromagnetic modeling methodologies for analysis of the large complex electronic structures ✤✤ Primarily covers the author’s past year’s research results in this area ✤✤ Covers popular full wave electromagnetic computational methods as well as newer modeling methods ✤✤ Covers macromodeling techniques used in electromagnetic simulation of complex interconnect circuits READERSHIP: Design engineers, researchers, postgraduates, postdoctoral researchers, university professors, consultants.

SEP 2011  300PP  978-0-470-62346-6  CL  £60.50  €72.60

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Wavelength Division Multiplexing

Communications Technology

A Practical Engineering Guide

KLAUS GROBE & MICHAEL EISELT Both of ADVA Optical Networking, Germany

✤✤ Considers WDM from ULH backbone (big picture view) down to PON access (micro view) ✤✤ Includes all major telecom and datacom applications ✤✤ Provides the relevant background for state-of-the-art and next-gen systems ✤✤ Offers practical guidelines for system / link engineering READERSHIP: Engineers working in transport-related departments of network operators and in large enterprises who need a practical overview on WDM, students (from technical schools to universities), technicians who need an overview on actual and next-generation fiber-optic transport SERIES: WILEY-OSA SERIES ON OPTICAL COMMUNICATION

AUG 2011  300PP  978-0-470-62302-2  CL  £63.50  €76.20

Digital Signal Processing Using MATLAB for Students and Researchers JOHN LEIS University of Southern Queensland, Australia

✤✤ Integrates use of the PC and MATLAB as an integrated learning tool ✤✤ Book includes Win-eLab software written by the author and available on the web ✤✤ Book includes traditionally taught mathematics areas ✤✤ Offers exercises, problems and MATLAB projects in signal processing ✤✤ Offers chapter on adaptive filters incorporating neural networks ✤✤ Treats discrete cosine transform (DCT) READERSHIP: University students in electrical and computer engineering, industry professionals, teachers/professors at universities

JUN 2011  360PP  978-0-470-88091-3  CL  £63.50  €76.20

Principles of Communications Networks and Systems NEVIO BENVENUTO & MICHELE ZORZI Both of University of Padova, Italy

✤✤ Comprehensive treatment of the key theories and technologies associated with the design of modern communications networks. ✤✤ Provides models and analytical methods for evaluating the performance of communications networks and systems. ✤✤ One of the first books to jointly address network and transmission topics. ✤✤ Features examples of advanced digital modulation systems such as CDMA and OFDM. ✤✤ Structured to reflect the modern way in which communications systems are designed. ✤✤ Includes examples of existing and recent standard systems. ✤✤ Provides problems at the ends of each chapter, with answers on an accompanying website. READERSHIP: Undergraduate and postgraduate students on electrical engineering, computer science and telecommunications courses; engineers working in design and research and development roles, university lecturers, middle and senior managers in companies developing communications equipment

SEP 2011  800PP  978-0-470-74431-4  CL  £65.00  €78.00

Pervasive Computing and Networking MOHAMMAD OBAIDAT, MIESO DENKO & ISAAC WOUNGANG Monmouth University, USA; University of Guelph, Canada; Ryerson University, Canada

✤✤ Discusses existing and emerging communications and computing models, design architectures, mobile and pervasive wireless applications, technology and research challenges in pervasive computing systems, networking and communications ✤✤ Provides detailed discussions of key research challenges and open research issues in the field of autonomic computing and networking ✤✤ Offers information on existing experimental studies including case studies, implementation test-beds in industry and academia ✤✤ Includes an accompanying website including PowerPoint slides

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READERSHIP: Researchers and academics in computer science and electrical engineering fields, practicing professionals and students in computer science and electrical engineering.

JUL 2011  368PP  978-0-470-74772-8  CL  £65.00  €78.00


SIMON BERNSTEIN Consultant, Russia

✤✤ Analyzes in detail Networks Interoperability and Core and Access Networks Equilibrium as the major factors in the evolution of the modern transport networks ✤✤ Unique emphasis is given to cyber selections that produce massive changes in cyber space in a very short time ✤✤ Highlights mechanisms used by industry to accelerate an effective process of cyber selections ✤✤ Offers unique analysis of technology evolution based on particular cyber selections; at the same time, it looks into cooperative relationships between network technology and diverse societies READERSHIP: Telecom professionals, system engineers, networking professionals, computer engineers, computer scientists, students

AUG 2011  288PP  978-0-470-64825-4  CL  £66.95  €80.40

Free Space Optical Networks For Ultra-Broadband Communication Services

STAMATIOS V. KARTALOPOULOS University of Oklahoma, USA

✤✤ Fills a void in the literature of optical communication networks technology known as Free Space Optical Networks ✤✤ Provides comprehensive coverage in an easy to understand, and bottom-up progressive style that starts from the physics of the atmosphere, and continues with the design of a network node, and concludes with fiberless network applications

Communications Technology

Evolution of the Transport Networks

✤✤ Includes other relevant important topics such as “security” of FSO Networks READERSHIP: Network communication professionals, optical communication engineers, senior level undergraduates, grad students, researchers, consultants.

SEP 2011  384PP  978-0-470-64775-2  CL  £66.95  €80.40

Multimedia Semantics Metadata, Analysis and Interaction

RAPHAËL TRONCY, BENOIT HUET & SIMON SCHEN Centre for Mathematics and Computer Science, Netherlands; Institut EURECOM, France; University of Koblenz-Landau, Germany

✤✤ Targets an interdisciplinary community, and in particular the Multimedia and the Semantic Web communities ✤✤ Aims to provide both the fundamental knowledge and the latest state-of-the-art results from both communities with the goal of making the knowledge of one community understandable to the other ✤✤ Contains real industrial problems exemplified by use case scenarios ✤✤ Has an accompanying website containing use cases, datasets, and software mentioned in the book READERSHIP: Academic and industry researchers and practitioners in multimedia, computational intelligence and computer science

JUL 2011  336PP  978-0-470-74700-1  CL  £70.00  €84.00

Cooperative Networking MOHAMMAD OBAIDAT & SUDIP MISRA Monmouth University, USA; The Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, India

✤✤ Addressing the latest trends and research results ✤✤ Covers fundamental concepts, models, advanced topics and performance issues in cooperative networking ✤✤ Provides an insight into the future direction of cooperative networking ✤✤ Includes an accompanying website containing PowerPoint slides and a glossary of terms READERSHIP: Researchers, practitioners, graduate and senior undergraduate students

JUL 2011  352PP  978-0-470-74915-9  CL  £70.00  €84.00

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Multihop Wireless Networks

Communications Technology

Opportunistic Routing

WENJING LOU, KAI ZENG & MING LI All of Worcester Polytechnic Institute, USA

✤✤ Comprehensive treatment of opportunistic routing, an emerging technology designed to improve the network capacity and energy efficiency of multihop wireless networks ✤✤ Discusses the technological challenges lying behind this new technology, and covers a wide range of practical implementation issues ✤✤ Covers many fundamental research issues for this new concept, including the basic principles of opportunistic routing, performance limits and performance improvement, and compares them to traditional routing (e.g. energy efficiency and distributed opportunistic routing protocol design, broadcasting, and security issues) ✤✤ Covers technologies such as multi-rate, multi-channel, multi-radio wireless communications, energy detection, channel measurement, etc. ✤✤ Includes an accompanying website containing simulation codes to carry out the simulation studies covered in the book. READERSHIP: Researchers working in the field of wireless networks and wireless communications, and wireless professionals, graduate students SERIES: WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS AND MOBILE COMPUTING

AUG 2011  304PP  978-0-470-66617-3  CL  £70.00  €89.40

Indoor Radio Planning

A Practical Guide for GSM, DCS, UMTS, HSPA and LTE 2nd Edition

MORTEN TOLSTRUP Solutions, Tyco Electronics, Denmark

✤✤ Provides the theoretical and practical knowledge behind In-building coverage, and has been updated to include the impact of LTE on this technology ✤✤ Updated to include approximately 25% new material, with a new additional focus on LTE ✤✤ Provides an overview of Cellular systems to provide the background of coverage solutions for cellular networks in buildings ✤✤ Gives details on everything required to design a working in-building solution, as well as how to install it READERSHIP: Engineering and planning personnel working for mobile operators, companies who service and manufacture equipment for operators, optimisation managers

AUG 2011  448PP  978-0-470-71070-8  CL  £75.00  €90.00

Cognitive Radio Networks Theory and Applications

IAN F. AKYILDIZ, WON-YEOL LEE & KAUSHIK R. CHOWDHURY All of Georgia Institute of Technology

✤✤ Provides an in-depth view of the principles and design constraints for both infrastructure-based and distributed cognitive radio networks ✤✤ Covers the basic principles as well as advanced topics that govern cognitive radio operation in a dynamic spectrum environment ✤✤ Offers an overview of both theoretical aspects as well as protocol level solutions, highlighting their interactions ✤✤ Includes an accompanying website containing presentation material for instructors, topic-related questions, and study guides for students READERSHIP: Researchers and engineers working in the telecommunications industry and related research facilities, graduate level students of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Departments

AUG 2011  504PP  978-0-470-68852-6  CL  £75.00  €90.00

Differential Microwave Components, Circuits and Systems NING YANG, CHRISTOPHE CALOZ & KE WU All of École Polytechnique de Montréal, Canada

✤✤ Contains recent research results and highlights the latest trends in differential systems. ✤✤ Provides more compact and cheaper solutions via fully differential subsystems with directly interconnected differential RF components, including reduced chip size, enhanced bandwidth, increased power level, reduced noise, suppressed interference, harmonics and inter-modulation, improved radiation pattern symmetry and reduced cross-polarization. ✤✤ Unifies the RF and Microwave worlds under the umbrella of differentiality. READERSHIP: Graduate students, academic researchers, and industrial designers

AUG 2011  320PP  978-0-470-59372-1  CL  £76.95  €92.40

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1st Edition

ROBERT C. HANSEN & ROBERT COLLIN Aerospace Corp, USA; University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

✤✤ Completely revised, updated and enlarged ✤✤ Discusses antenna designs that work as well as those that have limitations ✤✤ Discusses work on improving bandwidth using spherical helix dipoles ✤✤ Discusses work on electromagnetically coupled structures ✤✤ The exact derivation of the Q for electrically small antennas for both the TE and TM modes A new simplified Q formula developed by the authors READERSHIP: Practicing engineers in the telecommunications and national defense areas, upper level and graduate students, IEEE organizations: Antennas and Propagation Society, The Microwave Theory and Techniques Society, the Electromagnetic Compatibility Society; the Aerospace and Electronic Engineering Society. Principal journals: IEEE Antennas and Propagations Transactions, IEEE Antennas and Wireless Propagation Letters, IET Electronics Letter, IET Microwaves, Antennas, and Propagation

JUN 2011  340PP  978-0-470-89083-7  CL  £83.50  €100.20

Mobile and Wireless Communications for IMT-A and Beyond AFIF OSSEIRAN, WERNER MOHR & JOSE MONSERRAT Ericsson Research, China; NSN, Finland; Polytechnique University of Valencia, Spain

✤✤ A definitive reference on the topic, this book is ideal for researchers, engineers and academics who work on IMT-A and beyond ✤✤ Describes the latest findings in promising areas such as Coordinated multi-point systems, network coding, relaying, peer-to-peer and spectrum sharing

Communications Technology

Small Antennas in Portable Devices

✤✤ Gives particular attention to the influence of standardization bodies globally, and the links between them READERSHIP: Academic domain (universities, R&D centers), researchers from industry, engineers at all levels, managements, strategy setters, decision makers, regulators, industry (research and development units, standardization units), researchers from both academia and R&D centers, practitioners on field concerning wireless technologies and investigate co-existence among them

AUG 2011  416PP  978-1-119-99321-6  CL  £85.00  €100.20

Radar Theory and Applications J. SCOTT GOLDSTEIN, DAVID A. GARREN & IRVING S. REED Virginia Tech, USA; College of William and Mary, USA; University of Southern California, USA

✤✤ Book provides MATLAB code to enable the reader to explore the computational aspects of radar processing. ✤✤ Covers an assortment of subjects heretofore relegated to articles or scattered chapters in separate publications. ✤✤ Ideal for students and professionals owing to the combination of theory and MATLAB application code, which is lacking in other texts. ✤✤ A solutions manual will be provided. ✤✤ Authors are well known and respected in the field of radar READERSHIP: Engineers, researchers, and graduate students.

JUN 2011  850PP  978-0-471-28062-0  CL  £86.95  €104.40

Reconfigurable Antennas and Their Applications CHRISTOS G. CHRISTODOULOU University of New Mexico, USA

✤✤ Provides a logical evolution of topics useful to researchers in the fields. ✤✤ Examines machine learning techniques, such as neural networks and support vector machines that can be used with modern Field Programmable Gate Arrays to control the activation of switches embedded in any reconfigurable antenna and help the antenna adapt as its environment changes. ✤✤ Presents applications in Cognitive radio, MIMO and satellite communications. ✤✤ Shows how “information theory” and reconfigurable antennas interact to accommodate any changes that may occur during the antenna’s operation READERSHIP: Professional engineers working in communications, antennas, propagation; students, seniors and above, in electrical engineering; managers and system engineers in the telecommunications industries; telecom designers and managers of the military and NASA SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN MICROWAVE AND OPTICAL ENGINEERING

AUG 2011  450PP  978-0-470-63343-4  CL  £86.95  €104.40

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Communications Technology

Signal Processing and Applications with the OMAP L138 eXperimenter DONALD REAY Heriot-Watt University, Scotland

✤✤ Teaches Digital Signal Processing concepts using a practrical, hands-on approach, rather than teaching in great detail about the architecture of the OMAP L138 processor. ✤✤ Serves as an excellent teaching aid for professors wishing to teach DSP via laboratory experiments and for students or engineers wishing to study DSP using the inexpensive OMAP L138 eXperimenter. ✤✤ The TI University Program will replace the C6713 DSK with the new OMAP L138 eXperimenter. ✤✤ Includes accompanying program examples on a CD. READERSHIP: University professors/students participating in the TI University Program. Those using OMAP L138 eXperimenters. Professional engineers requiring an introduction to digital signal processing

JUL 2011  450PP  978-0-470-93686-3  CL  £86.95  €104.40

Optoelectronic Integrated Circuit Design and Device Modeling JIANJUN GAO East China Normal University, China

✤✤ Addresses a gap within a rapidly growing area: transmitter and receiver modeling in OEICs ✤✤ Explains diode physics before device modeling, helping readers understand their equivalent circuit models ✤✤ Provides comprehensive explanations n for E/O and O/E conversions done with laser and photodiodes ✤✤ Covers a comprehensive range of devices for high-speed applications ✤✤ Accessible for students new to microwaves ✤✤ Examples of codes and simulation results available from the companion website (tentative) READERSHIP: Practicing engineers, researchers, and post-graduates in the areas of RF, microwaves, IC design, photonics and lasers, and solid state devices, senior undergraduate courses on RF and microwaves

FEB 2011  320PP  978-0-470-82734-5  CL  £90.00  €108.00

Tools for Signal Compression Applications to Speech and Audio Coding

NICOLAS MOREAU Technical University of Berlin, Germany

✤✤ Presents tools and algorithms required to compress/uncompress signals such as speech and music. ✤✤ These algorithms are largely used in mobile phones, DVD players, HDTV sets, etc In a first part, this book presents the standard tools used in compression systems: scalar and vector quantization, predictive quantization, transform quantization, entropy coding. ✤✤ The second part explains how these tools are used in the latest speech and audio coders The final section gives Matlab programs simulating these coders. READERSHIP: Practising engineers and researchers, electrical and computer engineering graduates taking courses in signal processing or digital signal processing

MAY 2011  TBA  978-1-8482-1255-8  CL  £96.95  €116.40

Microwaves Photonic Links Components and Circuits

CATHERINE ALGANI & CHRISTIAN RUMELHARD All of CNAM, France

✤✤ This book presents the electrical models for the different elements of a photonic microwave link like lasers, external modulators, optical fibers, photodiodes and phototransistors ✤✤ Future trends of these components are also covered ✤✤ Presents an original methodology to evaluate the performance of a microwave photonic link, based on the developed elcetrical models READERSHIP: Microwave and fibre optics communication engineers, researchers and graduate students wanting an overview of the subject

FEB 2011  TBA  978-1-8482-1226-8  CL  £100.00  €156.00

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2nd Edition

ULRICH L. ROHDE & MATTHIAS RUDOLPH Synergy Microwave Corporation of Paterson, USA; Darmstadt Technical University, Germany

✤✤ Covers the whole area of circuit design for wireless applications ✤✤ Discusses complete systems for which circuits are designed as well as the device technologies on which the devices and circuits are based ✤✤ Presents theory as well as practical issues ✤✤ Is not focused on a single technology but discusses all relevant technologies ✤✤ Introduces wireless systems and modulation types ✤✤ A systematic approach that differentiates between designing for battery-operated devices and base-station design ✤✤ New telecommunication standards like 4G are considered ✤✤ The first edition gave many practical examples, such as transistor data sheets. Some of these have been updated to reflect the current state-of-the-art ✤✤ New transistor technologies not available for the first edition have been added, e.g., HBTs, CMOS, BiCMOS, AND GaN ✤✤ The design of power amplifiers, currently a hot topic, has been added ✤✤ Recent advances in the understanding of noise in mixers and oscillators have been added READERSHIP: Circuit designers, engineers who design wireless communications systems, designers and manufacturers of various types of transistors used in integrated circuits, researchers in semiconductor technologies, telecommunications and wireless transmission systems, developers of simulation software for microwave and RF applications, graduate students and academic researchers in the above areas

Communications Technology

RF/Microwave Circuit Design for Wireless Applications

SEP 2011  950PP  978-0-470-90181-6  CL  £100.00  €120.00

Advanced Wireless Communications and Internet Future Evolving Technologies 3rd Edition

SAVO G. GLISIC University of Oulu, Finland

✤✤ Illustrates points throughout using real-life case studies drawn from the author’s extensive international experience in the field of telecommunications ✤✤ Fully updated to include the latest developments, key topics covered include: Advanced routing and network coding; Network stability control; Relay-assisted Wireless Networks; Multicommodity flow optimization problems, flow optimization in heterogeneous networks, and dynamic resource allocation in computing clouds ✤✤ Methodically guides readers through each topic from basic to advanced areas ✤✤ Focuses on system elements that provide adaptability and re-configurability, and discusses how these features can improve wireless communications system performance READERSHIP: System engineers who need to understand current approaches and evolving directions for personal and indoor communications, the evolution of 3G and possible solutions for 4G land and satellite mobile radio communications, cellular networks, and wireless LAN, postgraduate students

APR 2011  928PP  978-0-470-71122-4  CL  £115.00  €138.00

Non-Gaussian Statistical Communication Theory DAVID MIDDLETON West Midlands Probation Service, UK

✤✤ Late Dr. Middleton is known as a pioneer in the field of statistical communication theory. He was a charter member of the IEEE Information Theory Society. ✤✤ The theory is mainly applicable to sonar applications - underwater sensing, radar for commercial and defence applications. ✤✤ Dean of Princeton University, Electrical Engineering Department, Professor Vincent Poor, writes a foreword. READERSHIP: Statistical communication theorists, physicists. Signal processing engineers. Scientists/physicists in wave propagation, electromagnetics, signal processing SERIES: IEEE SERIES ON DIGITAL & MOBILE COMMUNICATION

JUN 2011  600PP  978-0-470-94847-7  CL  £123.00  €147.60

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Non-standard Antennas

Communications Technology / Mathematics & Statistics

FRANÇOIS LE CHEVALIER, DOMINIQUE LESSELIER & ROBERT STARAJ All of Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

✤✤ Describes the wide variety of new technologies and concepts of non-standard antenna systems reconfigurable, integrated, terahertz, deformable, ultra-wideband, using metamaterials, or MEMS, etc ✤✤ Shows how these open the way to a wide range of applications, from personal security and communications to multifunction radars and towed sonars, or satellite navigation systems, with space-time diversity on transmit and receive READERSHIP: A reference book for designers in this lively scientific community linking antenna experts and signal processing engineers

MAY 2011  TBA  978-1-8482-1274-9  CL  £130.00  €156.00

Six Sigma Quality Improvement with Minitab 2nd Edition

G. ROBIN HENDERSON Halcro Consultancy, UK

✤✤ Reflects the latest release of Minitab software (version 16) ✤✤ Provides an introduction to statistical methods for Six Sigma and Quality Improvement using one of the most widely used statistical software packages, Minitab ✤✤ Informative follow-up exercises from a wide variety of scenarios are provided ✤✤ Random data generation facilities in Minitab are used to aid understanding of key statistical results and concepts ✤✤ Supported by a website featuring full data sets and extra computer code READERSHIP: Aimed at Six Sigma Green and Black Belts, from organisations that use Minitab, undergraduate or postgraduate level for academic courses incorporating Six Sigma or other approaches to quality improvement and also for courses on general statistical methods

AUG 2011  512PP  978-0-470-74174-0  PR  £39.95  €48.00  /  978-0-470-74175-7  CL  £70.00  €84.00

A Career in Statistics GERALD J. HAHN & NECIP DOGANAKSOY Both of General Electric Company, USA

✤✤ The book is written by a “legend” (Hahn) in the field of industrial statistics. ✤✤ The content is based on a combined 75 years of work and academic experience. ✤✤ Chapters conclude with a summary of “major take-aways” and a series of discussion and/or technical questions to stimulate further thought and creativity. ✤✤ The authors have asked various eminent statisticians with extensive experience in using statistics in business and industry for their views on what makes a successful applied statistician and what advice they would give aspiring statisticians planning or embarking on a career with a company. ✤✤ An author web site is available that provides further detail on some topics, as well as post-publication thoughts and reader commentary. READERSHIP: As supplemental reading in all courses in AP and/or university statistics, career planning, and consulting; as a main text for courses in statistical consulting; as a reference or self-study book for students who aspire to teach or to go into an industry that uses statistics or for public, academic, and corporate libraries.

JUL 2011  288PP  978-0-470-40441-6  PR  £46.95  €56.40

Industrial Strength Empirical Modeling GUIDO SMITS, MARK KOTANCHEK, ARTHUR KORDON & ALEX KALOS All of The Dow Chemical Company, USA

✤✤ Clearly explains the main principles of the different machine learning approaches and offers a methodology of how to integrate these techniques for successful real world implementation ✤✤ Early in the book, simple examples illustrate the fundamental concepts; later, case studies are introduced to better address the complex nature of real-world applications ✤✤ Throughout the text, the authors provide “mind maps” to help readers visualize and consolidate concepts ✤✤ Offers a balanced approach between theoretical knowledge and implementation skills READERSHIP: Engineers, statisticians, and computer scientists involved in industrial data analysis, university professors and graduate students, research scientists

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SERIES: IEEE PRESS SERIES ON COMPUTATIONAL INTELLIGENCE

JUL 2011  576PP  978-0-471-68159-5  CL  £53.50  €64.20


KRISTEN MILLER, JENNIFER MADANS, AARON MAITLAND & GORDON WILLIS National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS), USA; National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS), USA; National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS), USA; National Cancer Institute, USA

✤✤ More than twenty notable survey methodology researchers from around the world have gathered to contribute valuable insight on the role of question evaluation methods in improving data quality. ✤✤ An interdisciplinary, cross-method analysis is supplied, incorporating popular survey techniques including cognitive interviewing, split sample experiments, field-based assessments, and behavior coding. ✤✤ The book’s broad scope of content and varying perspectives enforce important themes that all researchers must consider when working with question evaluation, such as implicit assumptions and limitations; benefits and advantages; and characterization of error. ✤✤ The book supplies special focus on the specific role of response error in total survey error, a topic that is not given much coverage in the current survey literature. ✤✤ Modelled about the workshop on which they are based, the book’s chapters each supply the background of a pretesting method from one perspective and are then followed by discussion of related issues and alternative points of views. READERSHIP: As a reference for government statisticians, survey methodologists, and researchers and practitioners who carry out survey research across various disciplines including sociology, psychology, anthropology, and the health sciences; as a supplement to graduate level courses in survey research, and question evaluation; academic and corporate librarians.

JUL 2011  368PP  978-0-470-76948-5  PR  £53.50  €64.20

Latent Variable Models and Factor Analysis A Unified Approach 3rd Edition

DAVID J. BARTHOLOMEW, MARTIN KNOTT & IRINI MOUSTAKI

Mathematics & Statistics

Question Evaluation Methods

London School of Economics and Political Sciences, UK; LSE, UK; LSE, UK

✤✤ Includes new topics such as, covariate effects and non-linear terms, multiple population analysis and univariate and bivariate margins. ✤✤ Provides a new section on structural equation models (SEM) and Markov Chain Monte Carlo methods, along with illustrative examples. ✤✤ Looks at estimation methods, goodness-of-fit, non-linear models, covariates, longitudinal data and multilevel modeling along with updated examples throughout. ✤✤ Unifies many different streams of latent variable modeling and probability modeling. ✤✤ Written by leading experts in the field. READERSHIP: Applied statisticians, psychometricians, medical statisticians, biostatisticians and economists, social science researchers

JUL 2011  256PP  978-0-470-97192-5  CL  £55.00  €66.00

Stochastic Methods for Pension Funds PIERRE DE VOLDER, JACQUES JANSSEN & RAIMONDO MANCA University College London, UK; Universite Libre de Bruxelles, France; Università degli Studi di Roma La Sapienza, Italy

✤✤ Fills a gap in the market, as few books are devoted to application of modern stochastic calculus to pension analysis ✤✤ Demonstrates how recent methods of stochastic finance can be useful for to the risk management of pension funds ✤✤ Methods of optimal control are especially developed and applied to fundamental problems such as the optimal asset allocation of the fund or the cost spreading of a pension scheme. ✤✤ In these various problems, financial as well as demographic risks are addressed and modelled READERSHIP: Finance students, financial analysts and practitioners, and any professional interested in this area

SEP 2011  320PP  978-1-8482-1204-6  CL  £56.95  €68.40

Mixture Estimation and Applications CHRISTIAN ROBERT, KERRIE MENGERSEN & MIKE TITTERINGTON Universite Paris 9 Dauphine, France; Queensland University of Technology, Australia; University of Glasgow, Scotland

✤✤ Provides a complete account of the applications and analysis of mixture estimation. ✤✤ Explores parameter estimation in mixture models along with the EM (expectation maximization) Algorithm for maximum likelihood estimation ✤✤ Looks at the online algorithms used to process unlimited amounts of data as well as large dataset applications. ✤✤ Compares the Wald methods and the likelihood methods in a finite mixture model. ✤✤ Introduces mixture of expert modeling with social science applications as well as mixed membership models used for modeling group data. ✤✤ Addresses exact Bayesian analysis of mixtures and manifold Markov Chain Monte Carlo for mixtures. ✤✤ Features contributions from all of the leading experts in the field. READERSHIP: Practitioners from statistics and biostatistics as well as researchers from a range of scientific disciplines, including, bioinformatics, computer science, ecology and finance SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS

APR 2011  328PP  978-1-119-99389-6  CL  £60.00  €72.00

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Optimal Design of Experiments

Mathematics & Statistics

A Case Study Approach

PETER GOOS & BRADLEY JONES University of Antwerp, Belgium; JMP division of SAS, UK

✤✤ Uses a computer-aided approach in modelling ✤✤ A well known and widely used software (JMP) complements the book ✤✤ Computer simulation can deal with experiments not practically possible ✤✤ Meets the needs of practicing statisticians with a modern method ✤✤ Focuses on optimal DOE rather than application of standard design ✤✤ An innovative case-studies approach explains optimal DOE from concept to analysis READERSHIP: Researchers and industrial statisticians involved in DOE, undergraduates studying statistics, engineering and mathematics

JUL 2011  288PP  978-0-470-74461-1  CL  £60.00  €72.00

LTE, LTE-Advanced and WiMax Towards IMT-Advanced Networks

NAJAH ABU ALI, ABD-ELHAMID M. TAHA & HOSSAM S. HASSANEIN UAE University, UAE; Queen’s University, Canada; Queen’s University, Canada

✤✤ One of the first books to directly compare the features and applicability of WiMAX with LTE ✤✤ Logically examines WiMAX and LTE in detail separately ✤✤ Contains tables and illustrations to aid the reader s understanding READERSHIP: Professional engineers, systems architects, vendors, designers, product manufacturers, telecommunication managers/consultants/operators, academics, researchers and graduate students

JUL 2011  352PP  978-0-470-74568-7  CL  £65.00  €78.00

General Theory of Coherent Lower Previsions MATTHIAS TROFFAES & GERT DE COOMAN Durham University, UK; Ghent University, Belgium

✤✤ Extends the classic theory of lower previsions to deal with unbounded quantities, often found in optimization problems. ✤✤ 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 SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS

AUG 2011  288PP  978-0-470-72377-7  CL  £65.00  €78.00

Compositional Data Analysis VERA PAWLOWSKY-GLAHN & ANTONELLA BUCCIANTI Dept of Computer Science & Applied Maths, University of Girona, Spain; University of Florence, Italy

✤✤ Provides the state-of-the-art text in compositional data analysis. ✤✤ Covers a variety of subject areas, from geology to medicine. ✤✤ Written by leading researchers in the field. ✤✤ Is supported by a website featuring R code. READERSHIP: Applied scientists working on compositional data analysis in any field of science, both in academia and professionals, undergraduate and graduate students in any field of science working with compositional data analysis

SEP 2011  352PP  978-0-470-71135-4  CL  £65.00  €78.00

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SANJEEV KULKARNI & GILBERT HARMAN Both of Princeton University, USA

✤✤ Serves as a fundamental introduction to statistical learning theory and its role in understanding human learning and inductive reasoning. ✤✤ Topics include: probability, pattern recognition, optimal Bayes decision rule, nearest neighbour rule, kernel rules, neural networks, and support vector machines. ✤✤ The authors present topics that cannot be found in other introductory level books on statistical learning theory, including PAC learning, VC dimension and simplicity. ✤✤ Each chapter features an appendix that explores the relationship between the discussed material and relevant epistemological issues, drawing insightful connections between problems in philosophy and those that exist in statistical learning theory. ✤✤ Outlines material in a manner that is accessible to individuals from diverse range of fields, including the sciences, engineering, humanities and the social sciences. ✤✤ All chapters conclude with a summary section, a set of practice questions, and a reference section that supplies readers with additional resources for further study. READERSHIP: As a book for introductory courses on statistical learning theory and machine learning at the upperundergraduate and graduate levels; as a reference for researchers and practitioners in the fields of engineering, computer science, philosophy, and cognitive science; and academic libraries. SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS

JUN 2011  226PP  978-0-470-64183-5  CL  £66.50  €79.80

Mathematics & Statistics

An Introduction to Elementary Statistical Learning Theory

The Language of Mathematics Utilizing Math in Practice

ROBERT L. BABER McMaster University, Canada

✤✤ Details how various types of values, variables, functions, and expressions in the language of mathematics correspond to a particular part of speech or grammatical component ✤✤ Facilitates communication between people with different areas of expertise working on specific problems to which mathematics is applied by viewing mathematics, mathematical models, and mathematical expressions from a language standpoint ✤✤ Improves and increases a reader’s insight into mathematics as well as how to utilize it in practice ✤✤ Presents a new and unique way of looking at mathematics and discusses the specialized language that mathematicians have developed for communicating among themselves, for recoding the results of their work, and perhaps, most importantly, for reasoning and conducting the various analyses involved in their investigations ✤✤ Aids readers in applying mathematics to practical problems more easily, efficiently, and effectively ✤✤ Presents real world problems as language problems in an effort to provide a broader and deeper understanding of mathematics READERSHIP: Engineers, technicians, managers, consultants, teachers of mathematics, science, or languages SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS

AUG 2011  352PP  978-0-470-87889-7  CL  £66.95  €80.40

Statistics for Imaging, Optics, and Photonics PETER BAJORSKI Rochester Institute of Technology, USA

✤✤ Brief introductions to key probabilistic terms are provided at the beginning of the book in order to present the notation used as well as to give a general review for readers already familiar with those concepts ✤✤ Uniquely covers multivariate methods with a focus on statistical inference as opposed to most related books that address statistical optics only ✤✤ Examples are relatively simple and include background explanations in order to ensure wide accessibility to the full spectrum of people working in imaging, optics, and photonics with varied backgrounds ✤✤ Data sets used in examples and problems are available via the book s related website ✤✤ Problem sets serve as exercises for readers who would like to check their understanding of the presented material. Solutions to problems consist of partial numerical results, i.e. five of all 10 coordinates of a vector will be given so that students can confirm the accuracy of their approach or continue working until they obtain the correct result. ✤✤ Topics that are most important in imaging, optics, and photonics applications are covered thoroughly so that this book can be used as a standalone guide. READERSHIP: As a reference for professionals working in imaging, optics, and photonics; as a textbook for advanced undergraduate and graduate-level courses in multivariate statistics for imaging science, optics, and photonics; as a supplementary resource in any of the above mentioned courses; as a text for professional short courses (such as those taught regularly by the author at imaging conferences); and academic libraries SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS

SEP 2011  320PP  978-0-470-50945-6  CL  £66.95  €80.40

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Six Sigma Quality Improvement with Minitab

Mathematics & Statistics

2nd Edition

G. ROBIN HENDERSON Halcro Consultancy, UK

✤✤ Reflects the latest release of Minitab software (version 16) ✤✤ Provides an introduction to statistical methods for Six Sigma and Quality Improvement using one of the most widely used statistical software packages, Minitab ✤✤ Informative follow-up exercises from a wide variety of scenarios are provided ✤✤ Random data generation facilities in Minitab are used to aid understanding of key statistical results and concepts ✤✤ Supported by a website featuring full data sets and extra computer code READERSHIP: Aimed at Six Sigma Green and Black Belts, from organisations that use Minitab, undergraduate or postgraduate level for academic courses incorporating Six Sigma or other approaches to quality improvement and also for courses on general statistical methods

AUG 2011  512PP  978-0-470-74174-0  PR  £39.95  €84.00  /  9780-470-74175-7  CL  £70.00  €89.90

Analysis of Covariance and Alternatives 2nd Edition

BRADLEY HUITEMA Western Michigan University, USA

✤✤ Detailed descriptions of assumptions, the consequences of violating assumptions, and alternative procedures to follow are explained throughout the book. ✤✤ Easily understood descriptions of complex analyses such as multiple covariate analysis, multivariate ANCOVA, rank ANCOVA, the Johnson-Neyman procedure, and nonlinear ANCOVA, among many others ✤✤ There is a complete selection of Bonferroni F tables and other previously unpublished tables included at the rear of the book. ✤✤ Chapter recommendations, summaries, and software discussions have been added to the new edition. READERSHIP: Behavioural and medical science graduate students and researchers, a supplemental text to courses in design of experiments and regression or an authoritative reference work for research workers in the fields of engineering, clinical trials, epidemiology, sociology, and public health. SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS

AUG 2011  480PP  978-0-471-74896-0  CL  £70.50  €84.60

Fundamentals of Supply Chain Theory LAWRENCE V. SNYDER & ZUO-JUN MAX SHEN Lehigh University, USA; University of California, USA

✤✤ Written by two strong researchers in the field of supply chain management and covers a broad range of topics in facility location, inventory, and supply chain coordination ✤✤ Focuses on seminal and cutting-edge mathematical models for supply chain management as well as models that are currently emerging from the research frontier ✤✤ Contains in-depth homework problems following each chapter and provides solutions to homework problems ✤✤ Thoroughly classroom tested and features unified notation, terminology, and expositional style throughout ✤✤ Utilizes the companion freeware package BaseStockSim in many of the homework problems. The software was written by Dr. Snyder and is available via the book’s related Web site. READERSHIP: As a reference and or self-study for academics and practitioners in applied mathematicians, operations research, business/management science, and industrial engineering; as a textbook for graduate-level courses in supply chain management in engineering and business schools; and academic and corporate libraries

SEP 2011  320PP  978-0-470-52130-4  CL  £73.50  €88.20

Understanding Educational Statistics Using Microsoft Excel MARTIN LEE ABBOTT Seattle Pacific University, USA

✤✤ All methodologies and examples are presented in an accessible manner. ✤✤ Utilizes real-world examples and data from modern educational research to illustrate discussed statistical procedures and concepts ✤✤ All problems, examples, and data are worked with using both Excel and SPSS, highlighting the similarities and differences between the two procedures ✤✤ Unveils the intricate statistical capabilities of Microsoft Excel, one of the most readily-accessible software programs available, for readers who are just beginning to embark on their quantitative studies in the social sciences ✤✤ A related Web site features additional data sets, labs, and SPSS code

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READERSHIP: Book for courses on introductory statistics in the social sciences at the upper-undergraduate level; as a supplemental book for graduate-level courses on educational research methods; as a resource for practitioners in the fields of education, psychology, social work, and sociology who require a statistical background to work with research data.

AUG 2011  528PP  978-0-470-88945-9  CL  £73.50  €88.20


What Can Be Learned from the Past 50 Years

PETER J. HUBER University of California-Berkeley, USA

✤✤ Covers all of the topics of present-day data analysis texts, but presents the material from both an historical and a philosophical point-of-view. ✤✤ Explores provocative issues on homogeneous, unstructured data (such as sampling); size of data; exclusivity of methods; and computing support (versus scripted languages), among a host of others. ✤✤ Utilizes personal case studies collected over the last 50 years to exemplify applications of helpful tools for the benefit of the education of new students. ✤✤ Outlines specific techniques to create order in data and describes a plausible path for dimension reduction through non-linear modeling. ✤✤ Includes extensive references for further study, contemplation, and elaboration. READERSHIP: A supplement for an advanced upper-undergraduate or beginning graduate course in data analysis, robust statistics, data mining, statistical learning, or computational statistics; a reference for all applied statisticians (including biostatisticians, financial analysts, and social scientists). SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS

MAR 2011  240PP  978-1-118-01064-8  CL  £73.50  €88.20

Multivariate Analysis for the Social Sciences BRUCE L. BROWN Brigham Young University, USA

✤✤ Emphasizes a conceptual understanding of the rationale for each multivariate method and also provides a complete and enabling mathematical treatment in simplest case form for each method

Mathematics & Statistics

Data Analysis

✤✤ Features an abundance of questions and answers at the end of each chapter including: conceptual questions about the meaning of each method; questions that test the reader’s ability to carry out the computational procedures on simple datasets; data analysis questions for using analytical packages such as SAS®, R, and SPSS® to analyze both simplest case data and also to practice with more realistic datasets ✤✤ Strives to make complex mathematical concepts accessible and enjoyable, even to those readers who may see themselves as non-mathematical ✤✤ Fills a gap in the literature by addressing multivariate statistics in a comprehensible manner that is ideal for social, behavioural, and health scientists ✤✤ Provides very detailed and complete answers to each of the study questions via the book’s related Web site so that readers can further pursue a particular topic in greater depth ✤✤ Presents a very simple description of MANOVA and also provides graphical illustrations and mutual comparisons of MANOVA, ANOVA, Canonical correlation, and Factor Analysis READERSHIP: As a textbook for a course on multivariate statistics at the graduate level for students majoring in social, behavioural, and health sciences as well as secondary education; as a refresher for professionals and researchers in the social, behavioural, and health sciences; as a reference for applied statisticians and practitioners working in industry who seek a review of multivariate analysis and the relevant applications; as a reference for secondary educators; and academic libraries.

JUL 2011  416PP  978-0-470-53756-5  CL  £73.50  €88.20

Applied Longitudinal Analysis 2nd Edition

GARRETT M. FITZMAURICE, NAN M. LAIRD & JAMES H. WARE All of Harvard University, USA

✤✤ Written at a technical level that is suitable for researchers who have taken an introductory course in statistics and who have a solid foundation in linear regression ✤✤ Additional problem sets at provided at the end of each chapter to enhance the usefulness of the book as a text for courses on longitudinal data analysis ✤✤ This bestselling book has been widely adopted as a textbook for numerous courses in universities throughout the US and abroad, and new and revised exercises and homework problems are included at the end of every chapter ✤✤ Written by well-known and respected professionals in the field, this book provides a rigorous and systematic description of modern methods for longitudinal analysis that is accessible to a broad audience of researchers and graduate students in the health and medical sciences ✤✤ SAS® is utilized to perform the analyses throughout the book, and sample SAS® programs are available via the book’s accompanying Web site. Lecture slides and additional data sets are also available online READERSHIP: As a resource/reference book for researchers and professionals in medicine, public health, and pharmaceutical fields who desire coverage of modern statistical methods for analyzing longitudinal data; as a textbook for graduate students (especially Schools of Public Health); and university and corporate libraries. SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS

JUL 2011  704PP  978-0-470-38027-7  CL  £73.50  €88.20

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An Introduction to Mathematical Modeling

Mathematics & Statistics

A Course in Mechanics

J. TINSLEY ODEN University of Texas, USA

✤✤ Provides a modern approach to mathematical modeling by including applications from the field of mechanics not found in any other book ✤✤ Class tested over the past several years and uniquely combines examples from electromagnetics, quantum mechanics, molecular dynamics, and statistical mechanics ✤✤ Illustrates how the most successful models in use today arose from basic principles and modern and classical mathematics ✤✤ Written for an introductory mathematical modeling course for students with diverse backgrounds in science, mathematics, and engineering READERSHIP: As a course book for upper-undergraduate and graduate courses in mathematical modeling and/or statistical mechanics and is appropriate for students majoring in mathematics, computer science, physics, engineering, and chemistry; as a refresher and resource for professionals in areas including modeling and simulation, physics, and engineering; and academic libraries.

SEP 2011  416PP  978-1-118-01903-0  CL  £76.95  €92.40

Real Analysis A Historical Approach 2nd Edition

SAUL STAHL University of Kansas, USA

✤✤ Based on user feedback, features a new chapter on the Riemann integral including the subject of uniform continuity ✤✤ Includes new coverage of epsilon-delta convergence as well as a discussion on the modern preference for convergence of sequences over convergence of series ✤✤ Begins with a sampling of classic and famous problems first posed by the founders of mathematics in an effort to illuminate the utility of infinite, power, and trigonometric series ✤✤ Details the basic tools of advanced calculus and also presents examples to reinforce concepts and demonstrate the validity of many of the historical methods and results ✤✤ Presents a cross section of the huge variety of interesting mathematical phenomena that analysts have discovered and researched over the centuries ✤✤ Provides a set of exercises at the end of each section that vary from routine to challenging. Hints to solutions are given for most of the odd numbered exercises READERSHIP: As an undergraduate-level course book for real analysis and mathematical analysis courses for mathematics majors; also appropriate as a text for secondary education majors; as a refresher for current secondary mathematics teachers; and academic libraries.

AUG 2011  352PP  978-0-470-87890-3  CL  £80.50  €96.60

Data Driven Business Decisions CHRIS J. LLOYD The University of Melbourne, Australia

✤✤ Grounded in a solid business context with an emphasis on data-driven decision making. It is focused on the “big” picture ✤✤ Analyses are summarized in simple and understandable English ✤✤ Examples and problems are structured in accessible mathematical and statistical form. Use of intuition is paramount ✤✤ Algebraic notation is incorporated only when necessary and/or useful ✤✤ Pros and cons of statistical methods are presented ✤✤ Painstaking effort has been made to ensure the quality of the data. READERSHIP: As a textbook for a beginning MBA/graduate level course in statistics; as a reference book for all practicing MBA’s and libraries that service them. SERIES: STATISTICS IN PRACTICE

JUN 2011  552PP  978-0-470-61960-5  CL  £83.50  €100.20

Natural Element Method for the Simulation of Structures and Processes FRANCISCO CHINESTA Ecole Centrale of Nantes, France

✤✤ Presents a recent state of the art on the foundations and applications of the meshless natural element method in computational mechanics, including structural mechanics and material forming processes involving solids and Newtonian and non-Newtonian fluids. JAN 2011  TBA  978-1-8482-1220-6  CL  £63.50  €76.20

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CHARLES-EDMOND BICHOT & PATRICK SIARRY Institution École Centrale de Lyon, France; University Paris-Est Créteil, France

✤✤ Graph partitioning is a theoretical subject with applications in many areas, principally: numerical analysis, programs mapping onto parallel architectures, image segmentation, VLSI design. ✤✤ During the last 40 years, the literature has strongly increased and big improvements have been made. ✤✤ Brings together the knowledge accumulated during many years to extract both theoretical foundations of graph partitioning and its main applications. READERSHIP: Engineers, graduate students and researchers

MAY 2011  320PP  978-1-8482-1233-6  CL  £83.50  €100.20

Scheduling in Supply Chains Using Mixed Integer Programming TADEUSZ SAWIK AGH University of Science and Technology, Poland

✤✤ Focuses on state-of-the-art MIP modeling and solution approaches including exact optimal or near optimal solutions, which are rarely found when commonly used heuristic algorithms are applied

Mathematics & Statistics

Graph Partitioning

✤✤ Provides insight and tools to modeling and solving supply chain scheduling problems using commercially available MIP software (Excel Solver, CPLEX, etc.), which makes the decision making independent of custom made scheduling software ✤✤ Demonstrates that MIP, which is widely used for long- and medium-term planning, can be efficiently used for short-term scheduling and integrated short- and medium-term decision making in customer driven supply chains ✤✤ Features the integratation of short- to medium-term allocation of tasks and resources in a make-to-order environment using MIP modeling and solution approaches ✤✤ Presents numerous computational examples that are modeled on real-world supply chain scheduling problems in the high-tech industries ✤✤ Fills a gap in the literature by detailing the most productive use of MIP for solving real world scheduling problems including scheduling in supply chains READERSHIP: As a resource and reference for practitioners and researchers in the field of supply chain planning, scheduling, and management; as a graduate and PhD level coursebook on supply chains for students majoring in management science, industrial engineering, operations research, applied mathematics, and computer science; and academic and corporate libraries.

JUN 2011  398PP  978-0-470-93573-6  CL  £83.50  €100.20

Approximate Dynamic Programming Solving the Curses of Dimensionality 2nd Edition

WARREN BUCKLER POWELL Princeton University, USA

✤✤ Models complex, high-dimensional problems in a natural and practical way, which draws on years of industrial projects ✤✤ Introduces and emphasizes the power of estimating a value function around the post-decision state, allowing solution algorithms to be broken down into three fundamental steps: classical simulation, classical optimization, and classical statistics ✤✤ Presents a thorough discussion of recursive estimation, including fundamental theory and a number of issues that arise in the development of practical algorithms ✤✤ Offers a variety of methods for approximating dynamic programs that have appeared in previous literature, but that have never been presented in the coherent format of a book ✤✤ Now includes new material on optimization, programming with uncertain parameters, stepsizes, continuous states, and applications in finance, energy, and health ✤✤ Supplies exercises, solutions, datasets, and errata on a related Web site. READERSHIP: The clear and precise presentation of the material makes this an appropriate text for advanced undergraduate and beginning graduate courses, while also serving as a reference for researchers and practitioners SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS

JUL 2011  576PP  978-0-470-60445-8  CL  £83.50  €100.20

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Statistical Learning with Kernel Methods

Mathematics & Statistics

SU-YUN HUANG Academia Sinica, Taiwan

✤✤ Provides an interactive understanding of the key areas of statistical learning: unsupervised learning, supervised learning, dimension reduction, and kernel methods ✤✤ Reproducible examples and exercises throughout the book promote the relationship between computing and statistical learning ✤✤ First book of its kind to utilize examples in MATLAB, featuring an extensive appendix that provides the reader with the necessary MATLAB code for working with the book’s examples ✤✤ Each chapter contains material that has been extensively classroom tested, ensuring a fluid presentation of both classic and modern methods ✤✤ Algorithms and codes are accessible via the book’s related web site. READERSHIP: As a text for courses on statistics, machine learning, data mining, and advanced multivariate analysis at the upper-undergraduate and graduate levels; As a reference for researchers and practitioners in the fields of statistics, engineering, computer science, biology, and medicine. SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS

SEP 2011  528PP  978-0-470-46743-5  CL  £83.50  €100.20

Statistical Methods for Quality Improvement 3rd Edition

THOMAS P. RYAN Cytel Software Corporation, USA

✤✤ Presents material in an easy-to-read and easy-to-follow format based on intuitive reasoning rather than heavy mathematical formulas, making the material accessible to industrial engineers and applied statisticians alike ✤✤ Includes revised and expanded material based on feedback from past users ✤✤ Features many new exercises in each chapter, and the solutions are available in an appendix ✤✤ Includes new coverage of multivariate EWMA charts including their robustness to nonnormality, a combined Shewhart-MEMWA control chart, and a method for detecting changing in the covariance matrix ✤✤ Provides expanded discussions on determining the time of a parameter change and tolerance intervals ✤✤ Provides substantial references to additional resources within each chapter as well as appendices for material that may require additional explanations ✤✤ Tackles complicated topics including linear regression, Taguchi methods, and analysis of means, in a logical and engaging style READERSHIP: As a textbook for upper-level undergraduate and graduate-level courses on quality control and improvement and design of experiments; as a reference for practicing statisticians, engineers, and physical scientists interested in statistical quality control; and academic and corporate libraries SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS

JUL 2011  672PP  978-0-470-59074-4  CL  £83.50  €100.20

Time Series Analysis and Forecasting by Example SØREN BISGAARD & MURAT KULAHCI University of Massachusetts, USA; Technical University of Denmark, Denmark

✤✤ Presents seemingly difficult techniques and methodologies in an insightful and application-based way avoiding undue mathematics ✤✤ Through a hands-on and user-friendly approach, this text includes exercises, graphical techniques, examples, excel spreadsheets, and software applications on time series analysis ✤✤ Showcases many practical examples to illustrate the wide variety of application areas. ✤✤ Step-by-step procedures and instructions are emphasized when necessary. ✤✤ An author web site is available; including data sets, solutions, author’s hints, PowerPoint® slides, and computer subroutine print screens READERSHIP: Upper undergraduate and/or beginning graduate level statistics, business (MBA), finance, economics, engineering (industrial/operations), and chemistry departments, applied statisticians and practitioners in industry SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS

JUL 2011  356PP  978-0-470-54064-0  CL  £83.50  €100.20

Mathematical Statistics Using Resampling and R

LAURA M. CHIHARA & TIM C. HESTERBERG Carleton College, USA; Google, USA

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Written by computer-savvy authors who are experienced with R as the computer-language-of-choice. Class tested for over three years. Plentiful exercises, case studies, figures, real data, and parenthetical remarks so as to motivate novice learners. Resampling is a theme that is emphasized throughout; this separates the book from the plethora of competition. An 8-page 4-color insert is included to underscore the significance of color in the data interpretation process. Results on probability distributions are collected at the end of the book so as not to interfere with either the level or the continuity of topics. ✤✤ An author-maintained web site is available, which includes additional web-only material, data sets, R scripts, and helpful teaching hints.

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READERSHIP: As a textbook for a second-level statistics course on inferential statistics typically taught at the upperundergraduate and beginning graduate levels; as a supplement book for a two-semester mathematical statistics course; as a reference work for applied statisticians who need a refresher on the subject matter.

SEP 2011  360PP  978-1-118-02985-5  CL  £86.95  €104.40


PANOS KOUVELIS, LINGXIU DONG, ONUR BOYABATLI & RONG LI Washington University, USA; Washington University, USA; Singapore Management University, Singapore; Singapore Management University, Singapore

✤✤ Provides a collection of original ideas on integrated risk management in operations and global supply chain to help academics and practitioners develop a multifunctional perspective on these issues ✤✤ Offers managerial insights from leading authorities and outlines challenges in identifying, measuring, and controlling risks in practice ✤✤ Raises important unanswered questions in an effort to set the agenda for future research that fully reflects the interdisciplinary nature of the risk measurement and control challenges in operations and global supply chains ✤✤ Addresses current state-of-the-art managerial challenges and highlights the latest innovation practices while outlining a research agenda for the future ✤✤ Discusses the current challenges in practice from a managerial and business research perspective and includes coverage including potential sources of risk to risk-control practices in supply chain and operational decisions READERSHIP: As a reference and/or refresher for academics and practitioners in finance, applied mathematics, operations research, business/management science, and industrial engineering; as a textbook for graduate-level courses in supply chain management in engineering and business schools; and academic and corporate libraries. SERIES: WILEY HANDBOOKS IN OPERATIONS RESEARCH AND MANAGEMENT SCIENCE

JUL 2011  448PP  978-0-470-53512-7  CL  £100.00  €120.00

Product Life-Cycle Management: Geometric Variations

MAX GIORDANO, LUC MATHIEU & FRANÇOIS VILLENEUVE University of Savoy, France; University of Grenoble, France; University of Paris-Sud, France

✤✤ Focuses on the more general problems of tolerance analysis and synthesis

Mathematics & Statistics

Integrated Risk Management Handbook

✤✤ Highlights the simulation of assembly with defects ✤✤ Measurement aspects and quality control are also discussed ✤✤ Aspects of tolerancing and their interactions are explored, from the definition of functional requirement to measurement processes in a PLM approach READERSHIP: Engineers in industry, anyone interested in computer aided tolerating

SEP 2010  576PP  978-1-8482-1276-3  CL  £130.00  €156.00

Revolutions of Geometry Book and Solutions Set MICHAEL O’LEARY College of DuPage, USA

✤✤ Highlights from the history of geometry are intertwined with explanations on how to read and write proofs. ✤✤ This is the first book to present the works of Euclid and Hilbert in addition to other geometers in chronological order, all in an effort to show how the subject matter developed over time. ✤✤ Hints and both partial and complete solutions are included at the end of the book as an aid for selected exercises. ✤✤ An important contribution to the teaching of geometry, this book proves that learning to read and write proofs is a crucial aspect of the subject. ✤✤ This book develops ideas with careful attention to logic and follows the development of the field through time. ✤✤ An instructor’s solutions manual is available upon request. READERSHIP: As a text for a junior and senior level course in modern geometry and/or history of mathematics for mathematics majors as well as secondary education students. SERIES: PURE AND APPLIED MATHEMATICS: A WILEY SERIES OF TEXTS, MONOGRAPHS AND TRACTS

MAR 2011  737PP  978-1-118-06482-5  CL  £86.95  €104.40

Fundamentals of Stochastic Networks OLIVER C. IBE University of Massachusetts, USA

✤✤ Addresses queueing networks as well as a broader array of networks whose behavior is random or stochastic in nature ✤✤ Provides an interdisciplinary approach involving communication systems, manufacturing systems, biological systems, social networks, and artificial intelligence ✤✤ Includes science and engineering applications, many practical examples that include the related mathematical details, and numerous solved examples ✤✤ Presents basic concepts in probability; an overview of stochastic processes; elements of queueing theory and graph theory; approximations of queueing networks; and introductions to probabilistic, boolean, Bayesian, and random networks ✤✤ Combines techniques from stochastic processes and graph theory to analyze the behavior of networks READERSHIP: As a reference for researchers and network professionals in need of the general principles of stochastic networks; as an upper-undergraduate and graduate level coursebook for courses in probability and stochastic networks, stochastic network calculus, stochastic network optimization, and stochastic models for students majoring in mathematics, operations research, finance, economics, or engineering; and academic and corporate libraries

SEP 2011  416PP  978-1-118-06567-9  CL  £83.50  €100.20

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Project Management Metrics, KPIs, and Dashboards

ENGINEERING

A Guide to Measuring and Monitoring Project Performance

HAROLD KERZNER & JOHN SPONHOLTZ International Institute for Learning, Inc., USA

✤✤ Focused coverage of all the necessary KPIs and metrics to successfully integrate and management the project management function within a business strategy ✤✤ Full colour screen shots showing dashboards from some of the most successful project management companies including IBM, Microsoft, and others ✤✤ Content is aligned to the PMI PMBOK Guide and stresses value-driven project management. READERSHIP: Middle to executive level corporate managers, project and team managers, engineers, project team members, business consultants. Students in courses on advanced project management at both the upper level undergraduate (in business or engineering schools) and graduate level (in MBA or graduate engineering curriculums). The larger global market of project managers including: members of the PMI, and IIL and other training companies that teach courses on project management.

JUL 2011  336PP  978-1-118-02652-6  PR  £50.00  €60.00

Reference Guide for Statistical Concepts, Definitions, and Terminology N. BALAKRISHNAN McMaster University, Canada

✤✤ Provides students, researchers and practitioners with an accessible, definitive, and A to Z resource to use when studying statistics. ✤✤ Serves as an abridged complement to its more complete and comprehensive counterpart, The Encyclopaedia of Statistical Sciences, Second Edition. ✤✤ Presents a unified (by-alpha) collection of most of the key definitions, concepts, and terminology in the field rather than simply limiting entries to key definitions with little reference or background information. ✤✤ Features more than 2,500 entries, alphabetized and supported with proofs when necessary. READERSHIP: Students, researchers and applied statisticians

JUN 2011  544PP  978-0-470-08341-3  CL  £63.50  €76.20

Advanced Control of Aircraft, Rockets and Spacecraft ASHISH TEWARI Indian Institute of Technology, India

✤✤ Presents a unified approach to aircraft, missile, and spacecraft flight control systems ✤✤ Appropriate as both an introductory course on aircraft/spacecraft stability and control, as well as an advanced course on automatic flight control systems. ✤✤ Includes chapters on rigid flight dynamic models, single variable linear control, multivariable linear optimal control, robust and adaptive flight control and nonlinear flight control. ✤✤ Allows the reader to test their grasp of the concepts presented via numerous pedagogical features including worked-out examples and problems at the end of each chapter, as well as case studies, short knowledge-check questions, longer assignments including coding and examination questions. ✤✤ Offers both analytical insight and computational applications with a number of MATLAB/SIMULINK examples housed on an accompanying website that are realistic and representative of the state-of-the-art in flight control. READERSHIP: Senior and graduate students in mechanical and aerospace engineering/aeronautics and astronautics and electrical/electronic engineering departments, researchers and engineers working in the above fields. SERIES: AEROSPACE SERIES (PEP)

AUG 2011  448PP  978-0-470-74563-2  CL  £65.00  €78.00

System Health Management: with Aerospace Applications STEPHEN B. JOHNSON, THOMAS GORMLEY, SETH S. KESSLER, CHARLES MOTT, ANN PATTERSON-HINE, KARL REICHARD & PHILIP A. SCANDURA NASA, USA; NASA, USA; Metis Design Corporation, USA; NASA, USA; Ames Research Center, USA; Pennsylvania State University, USA; VHM & Decision Technology, USA

✤✤ Authored and edited by experts from NASA and leading industry partners ✤✤ Collates together a wealth of information currently unpublished or disseminated throughout journal and conference papers ✤✤ Explains the fundamentals of each sub-discipline introduced, with a comprehensive list of references, enabling the reader to expand their knowledge base with no prior specialist experience required in the disparate areas. ✤✤ Features real-life case studies

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READERSHIP: Practitioners and project/programme managers in the aerospace field and other related engineering disciplines where SHM can be usefully applied, safety, reliability and certification engineers, researchers, professors and postgraduate students in the field of health management SERIES: AEROSPACE SERIES (PEP)

JUL 2011  664PP  978-0-470-74133-7  CL  £129.50  €155.40


RASSOUL NOOROSSANA, ABBAS SAGHAEI & AMIRHOSSEIN AMIRI Azad University, Iran; Shahed University, Iran; Iran University, Iran

✤✤ First book of its kind. ✤✤ Written by experts in the field (such as J. D. Williams of General Electric Global Research, Jeffrey B. Birch at VPI, and Longcheen Huwang of the Institute of Statistics at Tsing Hua University Hsin Chu). ✤✤ Current and presents state-of-the-art materials ✤✤ World-wide appeal for content such as this given the recent debate of quality assurance in the car industry. This is not a book for the US market only, and this is reflected in the array of authorship ✤✤ Careful attention has been made by the editors to ensure consistency of style and format throughout the book ✤✤ The book covers over two dozen real case studies, and it includes scores of new and innovative examples and applications of profile monitoring that heretofore have not appeared in the literature ✤✤ An extensive bibliography appears at the rear of the book for readers who wish to further explore the many aspects of the subject matter.

ENGINEERING

Statistical Analysis of Profile Monitoring

READERSHIP: As an advanced course book in statistical quality control; as a reference book for MS and PhD students interested in doing research in the area; as a handbook for practitioners in quality control; as a resource in corporate, university, and departmental libraries. SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS

AUG 2011  356PP  978-0-470-90322-3  CL  £73.50  €88.20

Plates and Shells for Smart Structures – Classical and Advanced Theories for Modelling and Analysis ERASMO CARRERA, GAETANO GIUNTA, SALVATORE BRISCHETTO & PIETRO NALI Politecnico di Torino, Italy

✤✤ Compares classical and modern approaches to plates and shells an approach that is often missing from existing titles ✤✤ Introduces theories able to consider electromechanical couplings as well as those that provide appropriate interface continuity conditions for both electrical and mechanical variables. ✤✤ Considers both static and dynamic analysis ✤✤ Features a companion website hosting dedicated software MUL2 that is used to obtain the numerical solutions in the book, allowing the reader to reproduce the examples given in the book as well as to solve other problems of their own. READERSHIP: Researchers into smart structures, structural analysts in industry, graduate and postgraduate students of mechanical, civil and aerospace engineering

SEP 2011  352PP  978-0-470-97120-8  CL  £80.00  €96.00

Environmental Scanning and Sustainable Development NICOLAS LESCA CERAG, Canada

✤✤ An initial exploration of the relationship between scanning and sustainable development. ✤✤ Examines the application, characteristics and implementation of scanning oriented toward sustainable development ✤✤ Offers some answers to the questions what is sustainable scanning?, what new issues does it raise for management practice and management science?, what forms can it take? and how? READERSHIP: Both students and professionals involved in environmental scanning, data analysis, mapping and sustainable development

JUN 2011  336PP  978-1-8482-1284-8  CL  £83.50  €100.20

Formulation ANNE-MARIE PENSÉ-LHÉRITIER ✤✤ Deals with the formulation of industrial products Its field of application goes from food-processing industry to the industry of elastomers showing that the principles of development follow always the same methodology JUN 2011  TBA  978-1-8482-1259-6  CL  £83.50  €100.20

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Mechanics of Discontinua

ENGINEERING

ANTONIO A. MUNJIZA, EARL KNIGHT & ESTEBAN ROUGIER University of London, UK; Los Alamos National Security, USA; Los Alamos National Security, USA

✤✤ The first book to comprehensively tackle the topic of the mechanics of discontinua, introducing both theoretical and applied aspects of the subject ✤✤ Surveys the most recent technological applications across diverse scientific, medical and industrial fields ✤✤ Introduces the most popular simulation methods including the discrete element method, the combined finite discrete element method and others ✤✤ Includes an accompanying website housing 3D code and advanced mathematics READERSHIP: MSc and PhD students, engineers in traditional industries such as mining, oil and powders to nanotechnology, medical and scientific applications, computational mechanics developers, software engineers, games developers, modelers in general

SEP 2011  304PP  978-0-470-97080-5  CL  £85.00  €102.00

Spacecraft Reliability and Multi-State Failures: A Statistical Approach JOSEPH SALEH & JEAN-FRANCOIS CASTET Georgia Institute of Technology, USA; Georgia University of Technology, USA

✤✤ Unique focus on spacecraft and satellite reliability based on statistical analysis of mission failures and successes ✤✤ Provides new results pertaining to spacecraft reliability based on a thorough statistical analysis of on-orbit failure/anomaly data ✤✤ Develops parametric models of spacecraft and spacecraft subsystem reliability and multi-state failures ✤✤ Quantifies the relative contribution of each subsystem to the failure of the satellites READERSHIP: Engineering professionals at satellite manufacturers, government agencies, and aerospace/defence consultancies, graduate students in aerospace/systems/reliability engineering.

MAR 2011  256PP  978-0-470-68791-8  CL  £90.50  €108.60

Forecasting and Management of Technology 2nd Edition

ALAN L. PORTER, SCOTT W. CUNNINGHAM, JERRY BANKS, A. THOMAS ROPER, THOMAS W. MASON & FREDERICK A. ROSSINI Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, USA; TU Delft, USA; Georgia Institute of Technology, USA; Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, USA; Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, USA; George Mason University, USA

✤✤ Revised edition of a well-regarded book presents an overview of the growing field of technology management for students and professionals. ✤✤ Updates and strengthens the forecasting tools and methodologies introduced in the first edition, emphasizing a more integrated approach to making forecasts, and sharpens focus on the role of technology in formulating business strategy. ✤✤ Includes 5 case studies from different industries to demonstrate how these tools can be applied in real world situations. READERSHIP: Graduate and undergraduate students in business, engineering management, and public policy programs, engineering management; technology and innovation management; science, technology, and innovation policy; MBA programs emphasizing the integration between traditional business skills and an understanding of technology, professionals in the field.

JUN 2011  336PP  978-0-470-44090-2  CL  £95.00  €112.00

Physics of Solar Energy C. JULIAN CHEN Columbia University, USA

✤✤ Broadest coverage available serves as the basis to all important principles and topics relating to solar energy and its use ✤✤ Coverage of critical areas such as “the nature of solar radiation” (including accessible coverage of blackbody radiation, and the wave particale duality of solar radiation), “tracking sunlight” (for non-astronomy majors), and “semiconductor solar cells” ✤✤ Homework problems and exercises to reinforce the contents along with a solutions manual for instructors. READERSHIP: Senior level undergraduate and first year graduate students in departments of mechanical and potentially electrical and chemical engineering, and physics in courses on solar engineering, solar energy, or alternative energy, professionals in power and energy industries as well as in research and government labs.

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JUL 2011  416PP  978-0-470-64780-6  CL  £95.00  €112.00


GEORGE HUANG The University of Hong Kong, China

✤✤ The first book to report comprehensively on field experiences through industrial case studies about RFID manufacturing applications ✤✤ Serves as a platform for researchers and industrialists to share valuable experiences by reporting on industrial case studies ✤✤ Directions for future research applications should be identified from these pioneering cases READERSHIP: Industrial practitioners, researchers, senior undergraduate and postgraduate students in manufacturing engineering and logistics operations, researchers involved in developing and deploying RFID-enabled manufacturing solutions, practitioners involved in setting up and implementing RFID-enabled manufacturing projects

ENGINEERING

RFID-Enabled Real-Time Manufacturing

JUN 2011  400PP  978-0-470-90165-6  CL  £96.67  €116.10

Medical Imagery HERVÉ FANET CEA Leti, France

✤✤ Importance of medical imaging for diagnostic is strongly increasing and it is now necessary to have a good knowledge of the different physical possible principles. ✤✤ Describes the different principles and equipments used in medical imaging in a comprehensive manner. READERSHIP: Researchers, clinicians, engineers and professionals in this area, postgraduate students in the signal and image processing field

JUN 2011  TBA  978-1-8482-1241-1  CL  £96.95  €116.40

Handbook of Asynchronous Machines with Variable Speed HUBERT RAZIK Nancy-Université Henri Poincaré, France

✤✤ Deals with the asynchronous machine in its close environment ✤✤ This type of motor has been integrated more and more in processes at variable speeds ✤✤ Describes various aspects from the motor in itself, via the control and while finishing by the diagnosis aspect. It informs users of the process, the appearance of any anomaly and its severity READERSHIP: Professionals involved in the planning and implementation of information systems, computer scientists, device designers, and developers in industry, advanced undergraduate and postgraduate students of computer science, electrical engineering and communications.

MAR 2011  TBA  978-1-8482-1225-1  CL  £96.95  €116.40

Critical Component in Heavy Duty Engines P. A. LAKSHMINARAYANAN Indian Institute of Technology, India

✤✤ First book to combine solutions to wear in one volume ✤✤ Presents real world case studies with suitable mathematical models for earth movers, power generation, and sea going vessels ✤✤ Includes material from researchers at Chevron (USA), Tekniker (Spain), IP Rings (India), Kirloskar Oil Engines Ltd (India) ✤✤ Wear simulations and calculations included in the appendices ✤✤ Instructor presentations slides with book figures available from the companion site READERSHIP: Postgraduates in automotive engineering, engine design, tribology, combustion and practitioners involved in engine R&D for applications such as commercial vehicles, cars, stationary engines (for generators, pumps etc.), boats and ships, senior undergraduates looking to move onto advanced study in the above topics; consultants and product mangers in industry; engineers involved in design of furnaces, gas turbines, and rocket combustion.

AUG 2011  352PP  978-0-470-82882-3  CL  £100.00  €120.00

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Evolutionary Computing in Advanced Manufacturing

ENGINEERING

MANOJ TIWARI & JENNY HARDING Indian Institute of Technology, India; Loughborough University, UK

✤✤ Covers emerging, evolutionary and nature inspired optimization techniques in the field of advanced manufacturing ✤✤ Gives companies a competitive advantage as they need to employ the technologies discussed ✤✤ Introduces evolutionary computing approaches in the context of a wide range of manufacturing activities ✤✤ Discusses modified and improved versions of evolutionary algorithms ✤✤ Concludes with appendices which provide general descriptions of several evolutionary algorithms READERSHIP: Advanced manufacturing engineers in academia as well as industry and large and medium-sized corporations around the world. software manufacturers and engineers SERIES: WILEY-SCRIVENER

JUL 2011  400PP  978-0-470-63924-5  CL  £123.00  €147.60

Fatigue of Materials and Structures Application to Design

CLAUDE BATHIAS University of Paris, France

✤✤ Provides an authoritative, comprehensive and unified treatment of the mechanics and micromechanisms of fatigue in metals, polymers and composites ✤✤ Each chapter is devoted to one of the major classes of materials or to different types of fatigue damage, thereby providing overall coverage of the field ✤✤ Deals with multiaxial fatigue, thermomechanical fatigue, fretting-fatigue, influence of defects on fatigue life, cumulative damage and damage tolerance READERSHIP: Students, practicing engineers and researchers studying fracture and fatigue in numerous areas of materials science and engineering, mechanical, nuclear and aerospace engineering.

368PP  978-1-8482-1291-6  CL  £96.95  €116.40

Engineering Mechanics – Statics J. L. MERIAM & L. G. KRAIGE University of California, Santa Barbara; Viginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA

✤✤ Since 1952 this text has been a primary source for accuracy, rigor, clarity and a high standard of illustration in the coverage of mechanics theory. ✤✤ Provides a wide variety of high quality problems that are known for their accuracy, realism, applications, and variety. Students benefit from realistic applications that motivate their desire to learn and develop their problem solving skills. ✤✤ Offers comprehensive coverage of how to draw free body diagrams JUL 2011  528PP  978-0-470-61473-0  CL  £128.00  €165.00

Introduction to Random Signals and Applied Kalman Filtering with Matlab Exercises and Solutions 4th Edition

ROBERT GROVER BROWN Iowa State University, USA

✤✤ The main thrust of this textbook is introductory-level applied Kalman filtering. ✤✤ Includes new and updated theory on the basic Kalman filter algorithm in line with recent advancements in the subject. ✤✤ Many new applications and examples have been added in this new edition. ✤✤ It is written in a manner that flows with how the course is taught; evolving gradually from background material into the main topic of Kalman filtering.

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READERSHIP: Primarily for engineering students looking for an introductory text to electrical and systems engineering. Can also be used throughout many other engineering disciplines and applied mathematics modules, as well as with professionals in the field of surveying and precise timing.

SEP 2011  504PP  978-0-470-60969-9  CL  £106.00  €139.00


7th Edition

FRANK P. INCROPERA Perdue University, USA

✤✤ The gold standard of heat transfer pedagogy, with a commitment to continuous improvement by the authors. ✤✤ Using a rigorous and systematic problem-solving methodology pioneered by this text, it is abundantly filled with examples and problems that reveal the richness and beauty of the discipline. ✤✤ This edition maintains its foundation in the four central learning objectives for students and also makes heat and mass transfer more approachable with an additional emphasis on the fundamental concepts. ✤✤ An updated version of Interactive Heat Transfer (IHT) software makes it even easier to efficiently and accurately solve problems.

ENGINEERING

Fundamentals of Heat and Mass Transfer

READERSHIP: Mechanical, Chemical and Aerospace Students and Engineers, and Instructors of Engineering

JUL 2011  1024PP  978-0-470-64615-1  PR  £59.99  €77.90

Introduction to Heat Transfer 6th Edition International Student Version

FRANK P. INCROPERA Perdue University, USA

✤✤ The gold standard of heat transfer pedagogy for more than 30 years, with a commitment to continuous improvement bythe authors. ✤✤ The sixth edition of this text maintains its foundation in the four central learning objectives for students. ✤✤ Examples and problems that reveal the richness and beauty of this discipline, this text teaches students how to become efficient problem-solvers through the use of the rigorous and systematic problem-solving methodology pioneered by the authors. ✤✤ The Interactive Heat Transfer (IHT) software has been updated, allowing readers to solve problems even more efficiently and accurately. READERSHIP: Mechanical, Chemical and Aerospace Students and Engineers, and Instructors of Engineering

JUL 2011  920PP  978-0-470-64616-8  PR  £59.99  €77.90

Process Dynamics and Control DALE E. SEBORG, DUNCAN A. MELLICHAMP & THOMAS F. EDGAR both of University of California, USA; University of Texas, USA

✤✤ Process control has become increasingly important in the process industries as a consequence of global competition, rapidly changing economic conditions, faster product development and more stringent environmental and safety regulations. ✤✤ The new edition emphasizes process control techniques that are used in practice and provide detailed mathematical analysis only when it is essential for understanding the material. ✤✤ Key theoretical concepts are illustrated with numerous examples and simulations. READERSHIP: Undergraduate or first-year graduate levels. It is also suitable for self-study by engineers in industry

JAN 2011  PP  978-0-470-64610-6  PR  £48.99  €63.90

Principles of Engineering Thermodynamics 7th Edition, SI Version

MICHAEL J. MORAN, HOWARD N. SHAPIRO, DAISIE D. BOETTNER & MARGARET B. BAILEY The Ohio State University, USA; Iowa State University of Science and Technology, USA; United States Army, USA; Rochester Institute of Technology, USA

✤✤ Fundamentals of Engineering Thermodynamics maintains its engaging, readable style while presenting a broader range of applications that motivate student understanding of core thermodynamics concepts. ✤✤ This leading text uses many relevant engineering-based situations to help students model and solve problems. ✤✤ Clear, concise presentation of thermodynamics content helps students develop a strong understanding of core material. ✤✤ There is an emphasis on solving engineering problems through practice using worked examples through the text, making it an interactive learning experience. READERSHIP: For engineering students taking heat transfer and thermodymanic modules.

SEP 2011  1024PP  978-0-470-91801-2  PR  £46.99  €56.40

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A Brief Introduction to Fluid Mechanics

ENGINEERING / CONSTRUCTION

5th Edition

DONALD F. YOUNG, BRUCE R. MUNSON, THEODORE H. OKIISHI & WADE W. HUEBSCH Iowa State University Ames, USA; West Virginia University, USA

✤✤ Complete in-depth coverage of basic fluid mechanics principles, including compressible flow. ✤✤ Includes an increased use and appreciation of new technologies including the web, DVDs and digital cameras. ✤✤ Includes numerous new illustrations, graphs, photographs and videos. ✤✤ New example problems, equations and lists of problems have been added. READERSHIP: Engineering Students

AUG 2011  512PP  978-0-470-90215-8  PR  £46.99  €56.40

Engineering and Chemical Thermodynamics 2nd Edition

MILO D. KORETSKY Oregon State University, USA

✤✤ This new edition follows a visual approach that offers qualitative discussions of the role of molecular interactions, helping students understand and visualize thermodynamics. ✤✤ Highlighted examples show how the material is applied in the real world. ✤✤ Expanded coverage includes biological content and examples, the Equation of State approach for both liquid and vapor phases in VLE, and the practical side of the Second Law. ✤✤ Engineers will be able to use this resource as the basis for more advanced concepts. READERSHIP: Undergraduate students studying engineering, engineers and professionals

SEP 2011  704PP  978-0-470-25961-0  CL  £89.50  €115.00

Engineering Statistics 5th Edition

DOUGLAS C. MONTGOMERY, GEORGE C. RUNGER & NORMA F. HUBELE Georgia Institute of Technology; Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; Arizona State University, USA

✤✤ Montgomery, Runger, and Hubele provide modern coverage of engineering statistics, focusing on how statistical tools are integrated into the engineering problem-solving process. ✤✤ All major aspects of engineering statistics are covered, including descriptive statistics, probability and probability distributions, statistical test and confidence intervals for one and two samples, building regression models, designing and analyzing engineering experiments, and statistical process control. ✤✤ Developed with sponsorship from the National Science Foundation, this revision incorporates many insights from the authors’ teaching experience along with feedback from numerous adopters of previous editions. READERSHIP: Undergraduate engineering students

SEP 2011  515PP  978-0-470-64607-6  PR  £47.99  €61.90

Heating Services in Buildings DAVID E. WATKINS Consultant, UK

✤✤ Water based (hydronic) heating systems are very flexible and versatile – so much so that water is the heating medium of choice in much of Europe and is becoming popular in the US ✤✤ A complete guide, from basic principles, to all the elements of modern hydronic heating systems ✤✤ A highly practical approach complemented by many simple, easy-to-use diagrams ✤✤ Contains information to allow both craft students and students from more academic backgrounds to understand the material ✤✤ Supports a range of educational courses, including degree level building services engineering; NVQ Level 4 Higher Professional Diploma in Building Services Engineering; City & Guilds supplementary heating course and the Heating Design and Installation Course accredited by the European Registration Scheme (ERS)

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READERSHIP: Building services engineers, building services engineering students on a range of courses including degree level building services engineering; NVQ Level 4 Higher Professional Diploma in Building Services Engineering; City & Guilds supplementary heating course and the Heating Design and Installation Course accredited by the European Registration Scheme (ERS)

JUL 2011  672PP  978-0-470-65603-7  PR  £44.99  €54.00


Eurocode 3: Design of Steel Structures Part 1-5 Design of Plated Structures

ECCS European Convention for Constructional Steelwork, Brussels

✤✤ Provides practical advice to designers of plated structures for correct and efficient application of EN 19931-5 design rules ✤✤ In Chapter 1 the purpose, the scope and the structure of the book is explained ✤✤ Chapter 2 is a rather detailed and commented overview of EN 1993-1-5 design rules is given following the structure of the standard. Shear lag effect as well as plate buckling problems due to direct stresses, shear forces, transverse forces and interactions of these effects are covered ✤✤ Chapter 3 and 4 bring two complete design examples on a crane runway and a box-girder bridge

CONSTRUCTION

Design of Plated Structures

READERSHIP: Civil engineers, engineering consultants, technical colleges, universities of applied sciences, libraries at universities, test engineers

JAN 2011  272PP  978-3-433-02980-0  PR  £45.00  €54.00

Fatigue Design of Steel and Composite Structures Eurocode 3: Design of Steel Structures Part 1-9 Fatigue. Eurocode 4: Design of Composite Steel and Concrete Structures

ECCS European Convention for Constructional Steelwork, Brussels

✤✤ This volume addresses the specific subject of fatigue, a subject not familiar to many engineers, but still relevant for proper and good design of numerous steel structures ✤✤ Explains all issues related to the subject: Basis of fatigue design, reliability and various verification formats, determination of stresses and stress ranges, fatigue strength, application range and limitations ✤✤ Contains detailed examples of application of the concepts, computation methods and verifications READERSHIP: Civil engineers, engineering consultants, technical colleges, universities of applied sciences, libraries at universities, test engineers

APR 2011  304PP  978-3-433-02981-7  PR  £45.00  €54.00

Design of Cold-formed Steel Structures Eurocode 3: Desgin of Steel Structures Part 1-3 Design of cold-formed Steel Structures

ECCS European Convention for Constructional Steelwork, Brussels

✤✤ Concerned with design of cold-formed steel structures in building, based on the Eurocode 3 Package, particularly on EN 1993-1-3 ✤✤ Contains the essential background theory and design rules for cold-formed steel sections, sheeting, members and connections for building applications ✤✤ Relevant worked examples and design applications are included to provide the reader with a better understanding of the subject READERSHIP: Civil engineers, engineering consultants, technical colleges, universities of applied sciences, libraries at universities, test engineers

MAY 2011  512PP  978-3-433-02979-4  PR  £60.00  €72.00

Manual of Construction Project Management For Owners and Clients

JÜRI STUTT Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia

✤✤ Compact presentation of all management activities in the logical sequence as a projects develops ✤✤ Particular focus on pre-design activities – front-end construction not well covered in other books ✤✤ Takes a client’s perspective on the construction process ✤✤ Offers a succinct view of project management for use as a quick desk reference READERSHIP: Practitioner guide for building clients and owners; designers (architects & engineers); construction managers; project managers, public and private sector developments, students in construction management

JUN 2011  176PP  978-0-470-65824-6  PR  £45.00  €54.00

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CONSTRUCTION

Interior Finishes and Fittings for Historic Building Conservation MICHAEL FORSYTH & LISA WHITE University of Bath, UK; Attingham Summer School, UK

✤✤ Gives key information in each area and lists where to go for more detailed guidance ✤✤ Strong focus on engineering and craft solutions ✤✤ Offers a comprehensive overview of a multi-disciplinary area READERSHIP: Practising architects, planners, surveyors, engineers, local authority conservation officers, professional groups – client bodies, managers, advisors, academic and vocational courses related to conservation, e.g. interior design, interested individuals involved in building preservation trusts; Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings members; The Georgian Group, further reading for undergraduate students – architects, surveyors.

AUG 2011  232PP  978-1-4051-9022-0  CL  £49.99  €60.00

Writing Construction Claims and Reponses ANDY HEWITT Consultant, UK

✤✤ A practical reference guide for all involved in preparing and reviewing construction contract claims ✤✤ A working tool on the process of building up the claim submission, section by section ✤✤ Helps prevent escalation to costly disputes READERSHIP: Quantity surveyors, contracts managers, project managers, commercial managers, engineers, architects, claims consultants

AUG 2011  240PP  978-0-470-65481-1  PR  £49.99  €60.00

A Contractor’s Guide to the FIDIC Conditions of Contract MICHAEL ROBINSON Independent Consulting Engineer

✤✤ Crystallizes the requirements of a FIDIC-based contract ✤✤ Provides practical guidance in a concise manner ✤✤ Only book on FIDIC dedicated to the site-based contractor ✤✤ Language kept simple and jargon-free for non-English speakers ✤✤ Website with downloadable standard letters, model forms, and record sheets READERSHIP: Construction contractors: engineers; quantity surveyors; contracts managers; project managers and students in these areas. NB: Major international projects are usually administered in English so the book is marketable worldwide

APR 2011  272PP  978-0-470-65764-5  CL  £55.00  €66.00

Post-Disaster Reconstruction of the Built Environment Rebuilding for Resilience

DILANTHI AMARATUNGA & RICHARD HAIGH Both of the University of Salford, UK

✤✤ Existing publications in the field do not address the challenges associated with post disaster reconstruction ✤✤ Shows how the industry can mount an effective response to the challenges of post-disaster reconstruction ✤✤ Written by an international team of contributors READERSHIP: Construction researchers and academics worldwide, students of construction (postgraduate and advanced undergraduate), construction industry professionals involved in disaster response

AUG 2011  352PP  978-1-4443-3356-5  CL  £69.50  €83.40

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STEVE TIESDELL & DAVID ADAMS both of the University of Glasgow, Scotland

✤✤ Analyses the intersection of urban design, public policy and property development ✤✤ Will extend the scope, effectiveness and potential reach of urban design ✤✤ Explains how urban design as public policy affects the decisions of real estate developers and other key actors in the real estate development process READERSHIP: Academic researchers and advanced students in urban design, real estate, planning, public policy and urban studies, government officials and advisers, reflective practitioners working in urban design, real estate, planning and related disciplines. The concept of urban design as a policy tool is widely applicable across all government systems, so key markets would include North America, Europe, Australia/New Zealand, East Asia, China and India SERIES: REAL ESTATE ISSUES

JUN 2011  352PP  978-1-4051-9219-4  CL  £69.99  €84.00

CONSTRUCTION

Urban Design in the Real Estate Development Process

Natural Ventilation of Buildings Theory, Measurement and Design

DAVID ETHERIDGE University of Nottingham, UK

✤✤ Summarises the state of the art in natural ventilation theory, and describes how this applies to the design of naturally ventilated buildings ✤✤ Focuses on recent developments in theory and techniques in the field including steady flow envelope models, unsteady flow envelope modelling, leakage measurements of building envelopes, internal air motion, CFD modelling, scale modelling and design ✤✤ Authored by a leading international expert in the field of natural ventilation ✤✤ Describes technology essential to the development of greener, more sustainable buildings READERSHIP: Graduate level students and researchers in civil/structural engineering, building services and architecture, practising engineers in the construction industry and building consultancies or architectural practice.

SEP 2011  480PP  978-0-470-66035-5  CL  £85.00  €102.00

Design of Buildings for Wind

A Guide for ASCE 7-10 Users and Designers of Special Structures 2nd Edition

EMIL SIMIU National Bureau of Standards, USA

✤✤ New focus on tall buildings helps make the analysis and design guidance easier and less complex ✤✤ Covers the new simplified design methods of ASCE 7-10, guiding designers to clearly understand the spirit and letter of the provisions and use the design methods with confidence and ease ✤✤ Includes new coverage of retrofitting for wind load resistance and loss estimation from hurricane winds ✤✤ Thoroughly revised and updated to conform with current practice and research READERSHIP: Practicing structural engineers working on building, tower and bridge design, members of the National Council of Structural Engineers Associations (NCSEA), ASCE’s Structural Engineering Institute (SEI), the Council of American Structural Engineers (CASE), and the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC), undergraduate/graduate students taking courses on architecture, structural, bridge and wind engineering

SEP 2011  320PP  978-0-470-46492-2  CL  £95.00  €112.00

Steel Designers’ Manual 7th Edition

SCI (Steel Construction Institute), UK

✤✤ Fully revised to comply with the new EUROCODE standards ✤✤ Packed full of tables, analytical design information and worked examples ✤✤ Contributors number leading academics, consulting engineers and fabricators ✤✤ ‘A must for anyone involved in steel design’ – Journal of Constructional Steel Research READERSHIP: Structural engineers in practice and research, structural engineering students

SEP 2011  1368PP  978-1-4051-8940-8  CL  £110.00  €132.00

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Organic Materials for Sustainable Civil Engineering

CONSTRUCTION 118

YVES MOUTON LCPC, France

✤✤ Presents an inventory of organic materials and products in terms of their scientific and technical uses ✤✤ Material regulations covered to ensure proper use and determine their predicted life usage ✤✤ The presentation is based on a physicochemical approach, which is essential if these products are to be considered as part of sustainable development READERSHIP: Civil engineers, those based in the construction industry, civil engineering students

APR 2011  688PP  978-1-8482-1224-4  CL  £163.00  €195.60


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ARCHER, DAVID

13

BISGAARD, SØREN

106

CARVALHO, ELIZABETH DE

91

AAGBI Core Topics 2011

31

ARCIERO, GIAMPIERO

27

BJÖRKMAN, MATS

56

CASANOVA, JEAN-LAURENT

43

AARDEMA, FREDERICK

17

ARDEHALI, REZA

29

BLANCO, CARLOS

26

CASTELL, DONALD O.

ABBOTT, MARTIN LEE

102

2

BLOCH, HEINZ P.

53

CASTET, JEAN-FRANCOIS

63

BLOUET, BRIAN W.

14

Catalytic Methods in Asymmetric Synthesis

63

CBRN Protection

56

ARP, ROBERT

ABC of Colorectal Cancer

24

ARSENIYADIS, STELLIOS

ABC of Pain

24

ACERS

77

Art and Science of HDR Scene Imaging

85

Body Work in Health and Social Care

ASKANAS, VALERIE

28

BOETTNER, DAISIE D.

ASUNDI, ANAND

85

BOMMARIUS, ANDREAS S.

49

BONDOLFI, GUIDO

27

Acid Gas Injection and Other Advances in Natural Gas Engineering Acoustic and Auditory Phonetics ADAMS, DAVID

69 6 117

Atlas of Endoscopic Ultrasonography

30

Atlas of Human Infectious Diseases

32

11 113

BOROVANSKY, JAN

49, 69

BOUNDS, BRENNA

30

ADAMS, THAD

77

107

44

Atlas of Forensic Pigment Identification

BOYABATLI, ONUR

Addiction Reviews 3

71

BRAININ, MICHAEL

27

ADINOFF, BRYON

26

AURELI, ALICE

68

BRANN, LES

20

BRANNAN, DAVID W.

56

BRENNAN, JAMES G.

53

Adjustment of TLVs® to Accommodate Specific Conditions in the Workplace

57

Advanced Control of Aircraft, Rockets and Spacecraft

108

Advanced Engineering and Electromagnetics

AUTEXIER, CHANTAL BABER, ROBERT L.

90

66 101

BAI, HUA

86

Brief Introduction to Fluid Mechanics, A

114

BAI, YING

83

BRISCHETTO, SALVATORE

109

BROWN, BRUCE L.

103

BAILEY, MARGARET B.

113

Advanced Wireless Communications and Internet

97

BAJORSKI, PETER

101

BROWN, CULUM

51

Advances in Chemical Physics

73

BALAKRISHNAN, N.

108

BROWN, JAY

20

Advances in Chemical Physics, Volume 146

73

Advances in Environmental Chemistry and Toxicology of Mercury

BALANIS, CONSTANTINE A.

65

BANKS, JERRY

90 110

BROWN, TIM

91

27

BRUCE, HELEN

25

BARNETT, ANTHONY H.

30

BRÜCKNER, HANS

70

12

BARR, FRANCES J.

36

AKA, GERARD

82

BARTHOLOMEW, DAVID J.

99

AKABAS, SHARON R.

39

BASEMAN, HAL

57

AKYILDIZ, IAN F.

94

Basic Concepts of Crystallography

53

ALGANI, CATHERINE

28 96

ALI, NAJAH ABU

100

ALLHOFF, FRITZ

2

ALRIFAI, ZIAD

23

ALS-NIELSEN, JENS

81

Alternative pre-mRNA Splicing

49

AMARATUNGA, DILANTHI AMATO, MASSIMO America between the Wars, 1919–1941

116 13 15

112

BARNES, MICHAEL R.

Africa’s Moment

ALBANESE, ALBERTO

BROWN, ROBERT GROVER

Basic Guide to Dental Sedation Nursing

33

Basic Guide to Dental Instruments 34 BATCHELDER, ANDREW

23

BATH, JONATHAN

23

BATHIAS, CLAUDE

112

BAUDRANT, ANNIE BAUMAN, ZYGMUNT

87 9

BÉCHERRAWY, TAMER

81

BEGUIN, FRANCOIS

79

BEHDAD, ALI

5

BSAVA Manual of Canine and Feline Dermatology BSAVA Manual of Canine and Feline Endocrinology

36 36

CEDERSTROM, CARL

60

Central European Stream Ecosystems

50

Challenging and Emerging Conditions in Emergency Medicine

29

Chaos in Electric Drive Systems

87

CHASKALSON, MICHAEL

17

CHAU, K. T.

87

CHEHIL, SONIA

26

Chemical Analysis of Antibiotic Residues in Food

52

Chemical Thermodynamics

65

Chemist’s Toolbox, The

59

Chemistry and Lithography

60

Chemistry and Biochemistry of Oxygen Therapeutics

65

Chemistry for the Greening of the Environment

71

CHEN, C. JULIAN

82

CHEN, LIN HWEI

32

CHEN, ROBERT H.

84

CHENG, JIE-FEI

67 33 24

36

BSAVA Small Animal Formulary

36

Chest X-Rays for Medical Students

BUCKINGHAM, DAVID

8

BURBANK, DOUGLAS W.

39

BURBANK, JACK L.

90

BURCHFIELD, LARRY A.

59

BUSFIELD, JOAN

10

BUSH, KAREN

43

110

CHEN, CHUANGTIAN

CHERNICK, MICHAEL R.

109

2

CENTER FOR CHEMICAL PROCESS SAFETY (CCPS), USA

BSAVA Manual of Canine and Feline Ultrasonography

BUCCIANTI, ANTONELLA

29 110

CHEVALIER, FRANÇOIS LE CHIHARA, LAURA M.

98 106

Child Psychology and Psychiatry

25

Children’s Testimony

18

CHINESTA, FRANCISCO

104

CHIOU, ARTHUR

82

Chiral Drugs

67 94

CAERS, JEF

39

CHOWDHURY, KAUSHIK R.

CAI, YONG

65

CHRISTODOULOU, CHRISTOS G.

95

CALOZ, CHRISTOPHE

94

CHU, PONG P.

85

CAMPBELL, STEPHEN R.

21

CLACKSON, JAMES

16

Amino Acids, Peptides and Proteins in Organic Chemistry 64

Benin Archaeology – The Ancient Kingdoms

16

AMIRI, AMIRHOSSEIN

BENSON, H. A. E.

62

BENVENUTO, NEVIO

92

BERGENSTAL, RICHARD M.

30

Cancer Chemotherapy for the Veterinary Health Team

35

CLARKE, CHRISTOPHER

24

BERNSTEIN, SIMON

93

CAPPER, PETER

79

BEROVA, NINA

73

CAPUTI, PETER

17

Clearance of Dying Cells in a Healthy and Diseased Immune System

44

BETTATI, STEFANO

65

Carbofuran and Wildlife Poisoning: Global Perspectives and Forensic Approaches 50

Cleft Lip and Palate

38

Clinical Dilemmas in Inflammatory Bowel Disease

29

Clinician’s Handbook for Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

17

Cluster and Computing Networks

85

COCKERILL, GILLIAN

47

Cognitive Capitalism

10

Analysis of Covariance and Alternatives ANDRESEN, RETTA

109 102 17

Anticoagulation for the Hospitalist 25 Antimicrobial Therapeutics Reviews 43 ANTONOV, ANTON

72

APPEL, FRITZ

79

Application of Risk Management for Pharmaceutical and Biological Products Manufacturing 57 Applied Longitudinal Analysis

103

Applied Metabolic Engineering

61

Approximate Dynamic Programming

105

BICHOT, CHARLES-EDMOND Biocatalysis Biomechatronic Design in Biotechnology Bioprocessing Technologies in Integrated Biorefinery for Production of Biofuels, Biochemicals, and Biopolymers from Biomass

105 49 56

58

CLARK, NAEEMAH

Carbon Nanotube-Polymer Composites

78

Career in Statistics, A

98

CARRERA, ERASMO

109

CARROLL, JOHN J.

69

CARTWRIGHT, SUSAN

80

Index

A. D., SHIFLER

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Index

Cognitive Radio Networks

94

Data Analysis

103

ECKERSALL, DAVID

49

COHEN, RACHEL LARA

11

Data Driven Business Decisions

104

Ecological Aspects of Nitrogen Metabolism in Plants

Evolution of the Transport Networks

93

51

Evolutionary Computing in Advanced Manufacturing

112

COHEN, WAYNE R. COHN, VICTOR

31 9

23

DAVID, JONATHAN

79

Collaborative Computational Technologies for Biomedical Research

60

DAVIS, STEPHEN F.

COLLIN, ROBERT

95

DAYAN, NAVA

COLLINS, ADAM

38

DE MENIL, GEORGES

DAVIDSON, GEORGE

COLLINS, THOMAS C.

79

COLVIN, LESLEY

24

Companion to American Literary Studies, A

5

5 20 63, 66

Decadence of Industrial Democracies, The

13 3

DEFAŸ, EMMANUEL

77

DEMAND, NANCY H.

16

DENKO, MIESO

92

Companion to Comparative Literature, A

5

DENMARK, SCOTT E.

66

Companion to Sensation Fiction, A

5

DENYER, STEPHEN P.

32

DERBYSHIRE, EMMA

39

DESCOMBES, XAVIER

88

Companion to Richard M. Nixon, A 15 Companion to the Latin Language, A Comparative International Homeland Security Complexity, Chemoselectivity and Synthesis of Bioactives Compositional Data Analysis Comprehensive Chiroptical Spectroscopy

16 55

COPSEY, NATHANIEL Corrosion of Carbon Steel and Its Control

116 89 100 8 93 9 12 55

DiBERARDINIS, LOUIS J.

61

DICKSON, DENNIS

27

Differential Microwave Components, Circuits and Systems Digital Holography for MEMS and Microsystem Metrology

94 85

Digital Signal Processing Using MATLAB for Students and Researchers

92

DINNER, AARON R.

73

CURRY, PATRICK

30 9

28

FATEMI, ALI

Eichmann’s Jews

15

Fatigue Design of Steel and Composite Structures

115

EISELT, MICHAEL

92

EKANAYAKE, JANAKA

41

Fatigue of Materials and Structures

112

EKINS, SEAN

60

FINCHAM, BEN

19

EL ENSASHY, HESHAM A.

58

FINK, JOHANNES KARL

80

Electrical Energy Conversion and Transport:

FINLAY, LINDA

18

41

Fischer-Tropsch Refining

69

Elements of Modern X-ray Physics

81

EL-HAIK, BASEM

87

90

Flow Assurance

70

Flow Cytometry of Haematological Malignancies

30

Fluid Mechanics for Chemical Engineering

67

Food and Package Engineering

52

69

Food Processing Handbook

53

End of Finance, The

13

FORCELLINO, ANTONIO

16

Endocrine System at a Glance, The

23

Forecasting and Management of Technology

Endometriosis

31

Forensic Case Formulation

19

Energy Technology 2011

75

Forensic Chemistry Handbook

61

ENGEL, W. KING

28

Forest Products and Wood Science

50

63

Encyclopedia of Christian Civilization, The Encyclopedia of Polymer Blends

4

114

Formulation

Environmental Scanning and Sustainable Development

109

107

Dougherty, Lisa

37

DOUGHTY, CATHERINE J. DOWDNEY, LINDA

7 25

Drought and Aquatic Systems

50

Drug Delivery in Oncology

71

10

31

Duncan and Prasse’s Veterinary Laboratory Medicine

43

FLANAGAN, WILLIAM A.

Engineering Statistics

DUINA, FRANCESCO

70

51 103

112

DONG, LINGXIU

DURANTI, ALESSANDRO DUX, ANTHONY Eating Disorders and the Brain ECCS

Environmental Transport Processes

59

EPD Congress 2011

75

ERICSON, II, CLIFTON A.

54

Esophagus, The

29

Essential Fluid, Electrolyte and pH Homeostasis

47

Essentials of Biostatistics for Physicians, Nurses, and Clinicians, The ETHERIDGE, DAVID

34 6 24 26 115

28

FITZMAURICE, GARRETT M.

114

8

2

Fish Cognition and Behavior

Engineering Mechanics – Statics

55

D-Amino Acids in Chemistry, Life Sciences, and Biotechnology DAS, DIPAK K.

EICHLER, FLORIAN S.

42

61

35

67

Fashion – Philosophy for Everyone

Disturbance Analysis for Power Systems

Drug Discrimination

Dairy Production Medicine

FARRUSSENG, DAVID

Formulating, Packaging, and Marketing of Natural Cosmetic Products

110

3

13

Engineering and Chemical Thermodynamics

11

35

FANTACCI, LUCA

54

98

111

25

Disaster Operations and Crisis Decision Making

40

2

FANG, MARGARET C.

Efficient Electromagnetic Modeling for High Speed Electronics 91

23

33

DOGANAKSOY, NECIP

Current and Future Issues in Haemophilia Care

72

EMQs and SBAs for Medical Finals

DIBART, SERGE

DODGE, MARTIN

CUPP, O. SHAWN

Efficient Carbon Capture for Coal Power Plants

85

33

30

CUNNINGHAM, SCOTT W.

111

Embedded SoPC System with Altera NiosII Processor and Verilog Examples

DIBART, JEAN-PIERRE

CRIEGO, AMY

Culture in a Liquid Modern World

FANET, HERVÉ

21

62

Diversity in U.S. Mass Media

CUDDIHY, ROBERT

113

Educational Neuroscience

EL-REEDY, MOHAMED A.

50

CRUMP, KENNETH

24

57

COX, EILEEN J.

Critical Component in Heavy Duty Engines

FALLON, MARIE

ELIAS, JOHN D.

2

CRITCHLEY, SIMON

52

30

117

COX, DAMIAN

Criminal Justice Essentials

37

59

62

COPE, LEWIS

Examination of the Newborn

DEUTSCH, JOHN

73

Construction Management for Petroleum Projects

Cooperative Networking

115

EDGAR, THOMAS F.

86

13

Detection and Quantification of Antibodies to Biopharmaceuticals

91

COOMBS, W. TIMOTHY

Design of Cold-formed Steel Structures

Ecosystem Based Fisheries Management in the Western Pacific

EWING, J. J.

100

87

COOMAN, GERT DE

115

Economic Policy 67

3

Design of Buildings for Wind

Connected Services

Control of Synchronous Actuators

Design of Plated Structures

Ecological Ethics

63

Computer Aided Product Design Using Six Sigma for Greatest Value

Contractor’s Guide to the FIDIC Conditions of Contract, A

120

DAVEY, PATRICK

ETKIND, ALEXANDER EU and Neighbors, The

33 117 4 14

110

109

FORREST, THOMAS

54

FORSYTH, MICHAEL

116

Fortified Foods with Vitamins

64

FOSSEN, THOR I.

88

FRACKOWIAK, ELZBIETA

79

FRAMPTON, IAN

26

Free Space Optical Networks

93

Friction Stir Welding and Processing VI

77

FRIED, JEAN

68

FRIEDMAN, EMANUEL A.

31

FRIEDMAN, MATTHEW

26

FRITZSON, PETER

74

From Molecule to Mind

60

European Handbook of Neurological Management, Volume 2, The

27

FRUTH, WOLFGANG

83

EVERS, JOHANNES L. H.

31

Fuel and Combustion Systems Safety

54


Fundamentals and Applications of Radiochemistry Fundamentals of Supply Chain Theory Fundamentals of Stochastic Networks Fundamentals of Heat and Mass Transfer

70 59 102 107 113

Fungi – Biology and Applications Second Edition

48

Future of Feminism, The

11

Future of Voice Telephony and Unifying Communications, The GAMBLE, ANDREW

90 12

Gamma Titanium Aluminide Alloys

79

GANOULIS, JACQUES

68

GAO, JIANJUN

96

GARCIA-DIAZ, BRENDA

77

GARREN, DAVID A.

95

GASCHEN, LORRIE

36

GEMMELL, LESLIE

31

General Theory of Coherent Lower Previsions

100

GRESS, FRANK

30

History of English Spelling, The

GRICE, JENNY

30

History of Modern Psychology, A

20

GRIJS, RICHARD DE

80

HITZ, C. BRECK

86

5

GRINSHPAN, LEONID

89

HOARD, DONALD W.

81

GROBE, KLAUS

92

HOBBS, RICHARD

24

GRUTTADAURIA, MICHELANGELO

63

HODGES, NORMAN A.

32

Guidelines for Evaluating Process Plant Buildings for External Explosions and Fires GWALTNEY-BRANT, SHARON

HOFF, ERIKA 60 35

6

41

HOLBERT, LANCE

8

HOLGATE, STEPHEN T.

32

HOLLADAY, SHERRY J.

8

7

Handbook of Language Socialization, The

6

Handbook of Phonological Theory, The Handbook of Language Teaching, The Handbook of Contemporary Clinical Hypnosis, The

6 7 20

24

HOWARD, SARAH

38

HOWE, TASHA R.

19

Introduction to Network Modeling and Simulation for the Practicing Engineer 90

HU, MING

67

Introduction to Psycholinguistics

19

HU, ZHANGUI

82

Introduction to Random Signals and Applied Kalman Filtering with Matlab Exercises and Solutions

112

HUANG, GEORGE

111

HUANG, SU-YUN

106

45

Handbook of Metalloproteins

71

HUDER, ROGER C.

GERBER, MARIETTE

38

Getting Published in Biology

48

Handbook of Engineering and Specialty Polymer

80

GIACALONE, FRANCESCO

63

Handbook of Biophotonics

82

GILLIGAN, CAROL

11

GILMORE, BRENDAN

32

GIORDANO, MAX

107

GIUDICE, LINDA C.

31

GIUNTA, GAETANO

109

GLADON, RICHARD J.

48

GLAZIER, EDWARD

52

GLENNON, RICHARD A.

61

GLISIC, SAVO G.

97

Global Warming – Understanding the Forecast GMEHLING, JÜRGEN GOLDING, PAUL GOLDSMITH, JOHN A.

Handbook of Asynchronous Machines with Variable Speed

65 91 6

111 95

Haptic

87

HARBRON, STUART

48

HARDING, JENNY HARDJONO, THOMAS HARMAN, GILBERT HARPER, DAVID

HASSANEIN, HOSSAM S. HAUGHTON, TIM

84 101 18 31 100 12

HAYWARD, VINCENT

87

HEALY, DAVID L.

31

95

Heating Services in Buildings

GOODWIN, C. JAMES

20

HECHT, JEFF

86

HEINEMANN, STEFAN

82

HELFERT, STEFAN

82

GORMAN, SEAN P. GORMLEY, THOMAS

100 32 108

HELLER, DANA

GRADY, BRIAN

78

HENDERSON, G. ROBIN

GRANDISON, ALISTAIR S.

53

HENRY, OLIVIER

Graph Partitioning

105

GRASKEMPER, JOSEPH P.

34

GRAVES, WILLIAM R.

48

GREEN, NILE GREENSTEIN, BEN

3 23

HESTERBERG, TIM C. Heterocycles in Life and Society HILL, SOPHIE History of Modern Drama: Volume 1

54 114

114

7 98, 102 61 106 53, 68 25 4

Introduction to Synchrotron Radiation, An

80

Introduction to the Food Microbiology Laboratory, An

45

IRVING, PETER

29

HUET, BENOIT

93

ISAYEV, AVRAAM I.

69

HUGHES, ANDREW B.

70

ISLAM, RAFIQ

70

Hugo and Russell’s Pharmaceutical Microbiology

Islamism

12

32

ITSUNO, SHINICHI

78

IVES, ERIC

14

IZUHARA, K.

32

102

HUPCEY, MAGGIE A. Z.

60

HURST, CHRISTON J.

47

Hyperkinetic Movement Disorders

28

112

GOLDSTEIN, J. SCOTT

GOOS, PETER

HUEBSCH, WADE W.

HUITEMA, BRADLEY

HANSEN, ROBERT C.

HARROP-GRIFFITHS, WILLIAM 13

88

17

How to Operate

Introduction to Modern CBT, An

103

27

74

78

114

GILHUS, NILS ERIK

82

45

HUBER, PETER J.

Handbook of Marine Craft Hydrodynamics and Motion Control

Introduction to Micro- and Nanooptics

HORSTEMEYER, MARK F.

HUBELE, NORMA F.

5

104

Introduction to Membrane Science and Technology 56

HOORFAR, JEFFREY

61

GILBERT, PAMELA K.

86

Introduction to Modeling and Simulation of Technical and Physical Systems with Modelica

Handbook of Laboratory Health and Safety

Genomic Inquiries into Oral Bacterial Communities

113

HOLBERT, KEITH E.

42

Hairspray

101

Introduction to Heat Transfer

17

HADJSAÏD, NOUREDINE

80

Introduction to Elementary Statistical Learning Theory, An

HOFMANN, STEFAN G.

9

116

4

Introduction to Distance Measurement in Astronomy, An

Introduction to Mathematical Modeling, An

42

HAIGH, RICHARD

Internal Colonization

Introduction to Laser Technology

HACHTEN, WILLIAM A.

98

116

38

HOFFMAN, RICHARD

HÄBERLIN, HEINRICH

HAHN, GERALD J.

Interior Finishes and Fittings for Historic Building Conservation

IBE, OLIVER C. IBRAHIM, MOHAMED A. Impossible Objects

107 43 2

INCROPERA, FRANK P.

113

Indoor Radio Planning

94

Industrial and Organizational Psychology

20

J. G. Schottelius’s Ausführliche Arbeit von der Teutschen HaubtSprache (1663) and its Place in Early Modern European Vernacular Language Study JACKSON, HILARY JAHNS, JÜRGEN JAMIESON, PETER

7 36 82 40, 91

JANDL, ROBERT

40

JANKOVIC, JOSEPH

28

JANSSEN, JACQUES

99

Industrial Strength Empirical Modeling

98

JAPPELLI, TULLIO

13

Infectious Diseases

32

JAYKUS, LEE-ANN

45

Inflammation and Allergy Drug Design

32

JCMS Annual Review of the European Union in 2010, The

12

JENKINS, NICK

41

Innate Immune System of Skin and Oral Mucosa

66

Innovation in Wind Technology 40, 91 Institutions and the Economy

10

Integrated Computational Materials Engineering: Using Multiscale Modeling to Invigorate Engineering Design with Science 78 Integrated Risk Management Handbook Integration of Ferroelectric and Piezoelectric Thin Films

JOHNSON, KEITH JOHNSON, STEPHEN B.

6 108

JOHNSTON, IAN

31

Joining the Resistance

11

JOLICOEUR, MARIO

61

JONES, BRADLEY

100

107 77

Index

FUJII, NORIKO

KALOS, ALEX

98

KANEDA, YUSHI

82

121


KANIGEL, RACHELE

Index

Labor and Delivery Care

31

LOHMANDER, ANETTE

38

MCMORROW, DES

81

KAPUR, SHITIJ

25

9

Lady Jane Grey

14

LOMAX, ANNE

37

MCMURRAN, MARY

19

KARADY, GEORGE G.

41

LAIRD, NAN M.

103

MECHANICK, JEFFREY I.

45

KARKAMKAR, ABHI

77

LAKE, P. SAM

KARTALOPOULOS, STAMATIOS V.

93

LAKSHMINARAYANAN, P. A.

111

LONG, MICHAEL H.

7

LONG, MICHAEL

58

Long-Term Conditions

37

KASAP, SAFA

79

LALAND, KEVIN

51

LOU, WENJING

94

KASCH, WILLIAM T.

90

LAMB, MICHAEL E.

18

LOUIS, JEAN-PAUL

89

KATRITZKY, ALAN R. KATZ, CARMIT

53, 68 18

LANE, PHILIP

13

LANG, ANTHONY

27

KAVANAGH, KEVIN

48

LANGER, ODED

KAWAKAMI, MASARU

73

Language of Mathematics, The

KAY, JACK F. KELLY, J. MICHAEL KELLY, JAMES M. KENNETT, JEANETTE KERR, DAVID KERZNER, HAROLD KESSLER, SETH S.

52 48 42 2 24 108 108

30

8

LARA-CURZIO, EDGAR

77

Large Scale Network-Centric Distributed Systems

86

MacNEIL, JAMES D.

52

MACRINA

46

LARONE, D.

46

MADANS, JENNIFER

99

LASK, BRYAN

26

Magnesium Technology 2011

79

MAHADEVAN, RADHAKRISHNAN

58

MAITLAND, AARON

99

MALDAGUE, XAVIER P.

89

Metal-Organic Frameworks

67

LEE, WON-YEOL

94

MALLOY, LINDSAY C.

18

Method of Normal Forms, The

82

Methods in Animal Proteomics

49

METZGER, ROBERT M.

59

MEVORACH, DROR

44

MI, CHRIS

86

Michelangelo

16

Microbial Metal and Metalloid Metabolism

46

Microwave Noncontact Motion Sensing and Analysis

84

Microwaves Photonic Links

96

MIDDLETON, DAVID

97

Military Laser Technology for Defense

83

MILLER, ROBERT V.

46

MILLER, KRISTEN

99

MILLER, MICHAEL B.

43

Mindful Workplace, The

17

MINEAU, PIERRE

50

MISRA, SUDIP

93

Mixture Estimation and Applications

99

Mobile and Wireless Communications for IMT-A and Beyond

95

Modeling Uncertainty in the Earth Sciences

39

74

LEPRE, CAROLYN RINGER

KLERK, ARNO de

69

LESCA, NICOLAS

8 109

LESSELIER, DOMINIQUE

98 28

KNOTT, MARTIN

99

Leukodystrophies

Knowledgeable Patient, The

25

LEVANDER, CAROLINE F.

KOBILINSKY, LAWRENCE F.

61

LEVINE, LOUIS

KOLBE, BÄRBEL

65

LEVINE, MICHAEL P.

5 61 2

83, 90 8

MANCA, RAIMONDO

99

MANDENIUS, CARL-FREDRIK

56

MANN, MICHAEL

10

Manual of Clinical Microbiology, 10th Edition

47

Manual of Construction Project Management

115

Map Reader, The

40

KOLENBRANDER, PAUL E.

45

LEVINE, ROBERT S.

KOMATSUZAKI, TAMIKI

73

LÉVY, PIERRE

88

Marriages and Families in the 21st Century

19

KONSTANTINIDIS, DIMITRIOS

42

LI, CHANGZHI

84

MARSELLA, ROSANNA

36

KORDON, ARTHUR

98

LI, ER-PING

91

MARTIN, PHILIPPE

13 50

5

LI, JIE JACK

62

MARXSEN, JÜRGEN

98

LI, MING

94

MASON, THOMAS W.

107

LI, RONG

107

LI, RUKANG

82

Mass Transport in Biomedical Engineering

LI, XIAOLING

67

Material Child, The

110 58 8

Materials Challenges in Alternative and Renewable Energy

77

Mathematica for Chemists and Chemical Engineers

72

KRATZ, FELIX

71

Light Metals 2011

80

KRAUSE, JENS

51

LIGOZAT, GÉRARD

88

KRISHNA, SANJAY

81

LIN, GUO-QIANG

67

KROMIDAS, LAMBROS

63

LIN, JENSHAN

84

KUBISTA, MIKAEL

58

LIN, ZHESHUAI

82

KULAHCI, MURAT

106

Liquid Crystal Displays

84

KULKARNI, SANJEEV

101

LISTER, SARA

37

LITTON, COLE W.

79

Maudsley Prescribing Guidelines for Mental Health, The

25

LIU, GUANGLIANG

65

MAZZE, ROGER

30

MCAULAY, ALASTAIR D.

83

MCCANN, JOHN J.

85

KYRITSI, PERSEFONI

91

LIYANAGE, KITHSIRI LLOYD, CHRIS J.

La Que’s Handbook on Marine Corrosion LA ROOY, DAVID J.

68 18

16

39

KLEIN, DAVID R.

26

112

MERKYTE, INGA

LEDERMAN, SALLY ANN

Managing Corporate Social Responsibility

KUTCHER, STAN

MERIAM, J. L.

58

92

4

10

84

LEIS, JOHN

KURIAN, GEORGE THOMAS

99

Mental Illness

71

65

4

MENGERSEN, KERRIE

Metabolic Modeling

KLEIBER, MICHAEL

KRASNER, DAVID

35 113

MESSERSCHMIDT, ALBRECHT

40

112

MELLICHAMP, DUNCAN A.

76

LEEDER, MIKE R.

KRAIGE, L. G.

MELENDEZ, PEDRO

37 49, 69

64

61

KOUVELIS, PANOS

Melanins and Melanosomes

MALAWER, EDWARD G.

KLAPA, MARIA I.

KOTANCHEK, MARK

MEERABEAU, LIZ

MAK-Collection for Occupational Health and Safety

MALOBERTI, FRANCO

114

38

LUTHER, CATHERINE A.

Lean for Systems Engineering with Lean Enablers for Systems Engineering

KORETSKY, MILO D.

16

38

55

110

23

LANHAN-NEW, SUSAN

Kinetics of Enzyme Action

KNIGHT, EARL

Medicine at a Glance 3rd Edition Text and Cases Bundle

Mediterranean Diet, The

83

40

46

49

KIANK, HARTMUT

KITCHEN, ROB

111

Medically Important Fungi

66

34

8

79

Medical Imagery

LÜHRMANN, REINHARD

99

KIOUSIS, SPIRO

100

110

LUE, NEAL F.

LATIMER, KENNETH S.

43

LU, MAX

42

Mechanics of Discontinua

101

33

KINGSTONE, ALAN

LTE, LTE-Advanced and WiMax

Mechanics of Rubber Bearings for Seismic and Vibration Isolation

Mediterranean Context of Early Greek History, The

Latent Variable Models and Factor Analysis

KHAN, FARID

122

50

LO, Y. MARTIN LOGAN, BRUCE E.

41 104 58 59

Mathematical Statistics

106

MATHIEU, LUC

107

MATSUSHIMA, IWAO

MCCOMBS, MAXWELL MCLELLAND, NICOLA

55

8 7

Modelling Forest Growth and Yield 51 MOHR, WERNER

66

Molecular Analysis and Genome Discovery

48

Molecular and Integrative Physiology of the Musculoskeletal System

45

Molecular Electronics

76

MOLLAH, HAMID

57


95

Non-standard Antennas

98

MONTEIRO, NEVES

75

NOOROSSANA, RASSOUL

109

MONTGOMERY, DOUGLAS C.

114

Nutrition in the Childbearing Years

39

MOONEY, CARMEL T.

36

MOORE, BARBARA J.

39

O’CONNOR, KIERON

17

MOORE, HENRIETTA L.

13

O’DRISCOLL, NELSON

65

MORAG, N.

55

O’LEARY, MICHAEL

107

MORAN, MICHAEL J.

113

OADES, LINDSAY G.

17

MOREAU, NICOLAS

96

OBAIDAT, MOHAMMAD

MORGAN, REBECCA

23

OCHS, ELINOR

MORGENTHALER, FREDERIC R.

89

ODEN, J. TINSLEY

MORI, YUSUKE

82

OEHRING, MICHAEL

MORRIS, SCOTT A.

52

OKIISHI, THEODORE H.

92, 93 6 104 79 114

MORY, MATHIEU

67

OKOROANYANWU, UZODINMA

60

Mossbauer Spectroscopy

73

OLANOW, C. WARREN

27

MOTT, CHARLES

108

Photovoltaics System Design and Practice

42

Physics and Technology of InAs/(In.Ga)Sb Strained Layer Superlattice Detectors

81

Physics of Solar Energy

Psychological Recovery

17

Psychology of Learning

20

Pump Wisdom

53

PUSKAR, JOHN R.

54

Qualitative Research Methods in Mental Health and Psychotherapy

18

Qualitative Spatial and Temporal Reasoning

88

Quality by Design Model for Biologics Drug Product Development

62

Quantitative Real-time PCR

58

Question Evaluation Methods

99

RABINE, JEAN-PIERRE

54

RABINOVICI, DORON

15

Radar Theory and Applications

95

RADKAU, JOACHIM

14

RAMPTON, DAVID

29

RAMSEY, IAN

36

RANDALL, CHRISTOPHER J.

20

RANDSBORG, KLAVS

16

Rapid Clinical Pharmacology

23

89

Rapid Detection, Characterization and Enumeration of Foodborne Pathogens

45 48

110

Planning Guide for Power Distribution Plants

83

Plates and Shells for Smart Structures – Classical and Advanced Theories for Modelling and Analysis

109

PLIS, ELENA

81

POLACCO, JOE C.

51

Polar and Sub-Polar Microbiology

46

POLAVARAPU, PRASAD

73

Polymeric Chiral Catalyst Design and Chiral Polymer Synthesis

78

OLSSON, MATS

40

MOULIER-BOUTANG, YANN

10

ONG, AIHWA

14

Polyvinylpyrrolidone (PVP) and Related Materials

76

MOUSTAKI, IRINI

99

OPPENHEIM, BOHDAN W.

84

POPP, JÜRGEN

82

MOUTON, YVES

118

POPPENGA, ROBERT H.

35

MOZZARELLI, ANDREA

65

MRAZEK, DAVID

25

MRI in Practice

38

MUKHOPADHYAY, S.

76

Multihop Wireless Networks

94

Multimedia Semantics

93

Optimal Design of Experiments Optoelectronic Integrated Circuit Design and Device Modeling Oral Bioavailability Organic Chemistry I As a Second Language Organic Materials for Sustainable Civil Engineering

100

96 67 74

PORTER, ALAN L.

110

PORTES, RICHARD

13

Post-Disaster Reconstruction of the Built Environment Post-traumatic Stress Disorder POWELL, WARREN BUCKLER

118

Power and Beauty of Electromagnetic Fields, The

Protein Chaperones and Protection from Neurodegenerative Diseases 64

116 26 105

Multivariate Analysis for the Social Sciences 103

Organic Reactions

66

MUNJIZA, ANTONIO A.

110

Organic Spectroscopy Workbook

54

Power Generation, Operation and Control

41

RAPLEY, RALPH

MUNSON, BRUCE R.

114

ORTOLANI, CLAUDIO

30

Power in the 21st Century

10

RAREY, JÜRGEN

65

OSSEIRAN, AFIF

95

POWERS, ALVIN C.

44

RAUSAND, MARVIN

86

OWENS, JACKY

20

POWERS, MAGGIE

30

RAY, OLIVIER

12

RAYMOND, GERALD V.

28

Muscle Aging, Inclusion-Body Myositis and Myopathies

28

NAIDU, SAKKUBAI

28

NAKANISHI, KOJI

73

NAKANISHI, TAKASHI NALI, PIETRO Name Reactions in Heterocyclic Chemistry, Part 2 Nanoscale Multifunctional Materials

64 109 62 76

Natural Element Method for the Simulation of Structures and Processes

104

Natural Ventilation of Buildings

117

NAYFEH, ALI H.

82

NEELAMEGGHAM

75

NETTLETON, SARAH

11

Neurodegeneration

27

Neuroimaging in Addiction

26

Neuromuscular Disorders New Mechanisms in Glucose Control News and Public Opinion, The News and Numbers

28 30 8 9

NIEMEYER, BERND

56

Nitrification

47

Non-Gaussian Statistical Communication Theory Nonlinear Optical Borate Crystals

97 82

Oxidation of Amino Acids, Peptides, and Proteins PALENIK, CHRISTOPHER S. PALENIK, SKIP

64 71 71

PALSULE, SANJAY

69

Parkinson’s Disease

27

PARLAR, HARUN

64

PATEL, MEHOOL

23

PATON, CAROL

25

PATTEN, KATHRYN E.

21

PATTERSON-HINE, ANN PAUL, HEATON

POZHARSKII, ALEXANDER F. Practical Approach to Cardiovascular Medicine, A

29

Practical Database Programming with Java

83

Practical Guide to Chiral Analysis, A Practical Guide to MIMO Radio Channel

91

33

108

Practical Weight Management in Dogs and Cats

35

79

PRIMET, PASCALE VICAT-BLANC

85 41

100

Principles of Electrical Safety

PENSÉ-LHÉRITIER, ANNE-MARIE

109

Principles of Communications Networks and Systems

29

PERKINS, CHRIS

40

PERRIERIS, MICHEL

61

Pervasive Computing and Networking

92

PETE SILKS, III, LOUIS A.

57

PETERSEN, JØRGEN ESKILD

32

Pharmaceutical Salts: Properties, Selection, and Use

70

Phenomenology for Therapists

18

PHILLIPS, KIM M.

57

Practical Osseous Surgery in Periodontics and Implant Dentistry

PAWLOWSKY-GLAHN, VERA

PEREZ, MARCO

53, 68

15

Principles of Engineering Thermodynamics Process Dynamics and Control Processed Cheeses and Analogues Product Life-Cycle Management

92

111 104

REAY, BARRY

15

REAY, DONALD

96

Reconfigurable Antennas and Their Applications

95

REED, IRVING S.

95

REED, STEPHEN

47

Reference Guide for Statistical Concepts, Definitions, and Terminology

108

REICHARD, KARL

108

REID, SUE TITUS

11

Research Ethics for Scientists

48

Research Methods in Child Language

6

113

Resveratrol and Health

43

113

REVIE, R. WINSTON

55

52 107

Professional Responsibility in Dentistry

34

Progressive Tradition, The

12

Project Management Metrics, KPIs, and Dashboards

RAZIK, HUBERT Real Analysis

108

Revolutions of Geometry Book and Solutions Set

107

REYNOLDS, DONALD C.

79

RF/Microwave Circuit Design for Wireless Applications

97

RFID-Enabled Real-Time Manufacturing RICE, STUART A.

Index

MONSERRAT, JOSE

111 73

123


Index

RICHARDS, NGAIO

50

SAWIK, TADEUSZ

105

SLUGA, HANS D.

RICHARDT, ANDRE

56

SCANDURA, PHILIP A.

108

Small Animal Toxicology Essentials 35

RICHTER, JOEL E.

29

Scheduling in Supply Chains Using Mixed Integer Programming

RIEBEL-BOMMARIUS, BETTINA R.

49

RIGGLE, JASON RILEY, PATRICK A.

6 49, 69

RISCO, CARLOS Risk Assessment

86

Risk Assessment in People with Learning Disabilities

18

RIZZI, ALESSANDRO

85

ROBBE-GRILLET, ALAIN ROBERT, CHRISTIAN ROBERTS, RACHEL

4 99 37

ROBINSON, MICHAEL

116

RODEGHIERO, MIRCO

40

RODRIGUES, CHARLENE

23

RODRIGUEZ-MERCHAN, E. C.

31

ROGERS, NICOLA

33

ROHDE, ULRICH L.

97

ROKITA, STEVEN E.

64

RONG, MIN ZHI ROPER, A. THOMAS

77 110

SCHEN, SIMON

93

SCHERER, V.

72

SCHERIDAN, SCHELLER

34

SCHIEFFELIN, BAMBI B.

6

Thinking Through Film THOMAS

76

SMALL, MELVIN

15

Threats to Agriculture

55

Smart Grid

41

Smart Grids

42

Time Series Analysis and Forecasting by Example

SMITH, CHRIS

49

32

SMITH, NED

84

SCHWARZ, TOBIAS

34

SMITH, RANDOLPH A.

20

Scientific Integrity

46

SMITS, GUIDO

98

9

SNYDER, LAWRENCE V.

102

Soil Carbon in Sensitive European Ecosystems

40

40

SOLDATENKOV, ANATOLI

53

Self-Healing Polymers and Polymer Composites

77

Solving Enterprise Applications Performance Puzzles

89

Selfhood, Identity and Personality Styles

27

SELL, C.

60

SELLARS, CAROL

18

Semantic Sphere, The

88

SEBORG, DALE E.

113

Sedimentology and Sedimentary Basins

Sensors, Sampling, and Simulation for Process Control

76

2

95

37

SCOTTON, JAMES F.

87

Small Antennas in Portable Devices

SMITH, JOYCE

SCHLAGENHAUF-LAWLOR, PATRICIA

Thermal Treatment in Microelectronics

Spacecraft Reliability and Multi-State Failures: A Statistical Approach 110 Sport and Exercise Nutrition

38

Staged Diabetes Management

30

Statistical Analysis of Profile Monitoring

109

Statistical Learning with Kernel Methods

106

Statistical Methods for Quality Improvement

106

106

Tools for Signal Compression

96

Toothwear

33

Topical and Transdermal Drug Delivery

62

Transboundary Water Resources Management

68

Transients of Modern Power Electronics

86

Trusted Computing Infrastructures 84 Ullmann’s Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry

72

Unconventional Threat to Homeland Security, The

56

Understanding Educational Statistics Using Microsoft Excel

102

Understanding Microelectronics

90

Understanding Obesity

39

Urban Design in the Real Estate Development Process

117

ROSE, NOEL R.

44

SENTER, PETER

71

ROSENFELD, PAUL

76

SEVERINO, JEAN-MICHEL

12

ROSIERS, FRANÇOIS DES

41

Sex Before Sexuality

15

ROSSINI, FREDERICK A.

110

SHANAHAN, FERGUS

29

Statistics for Imaging, Optics, and Photonics

101

Veterinary Computed Tomography 34

ROTH, CAROLYN KAUT

38

Shape Casting

74

Steel Designers’ Manual

117

Vibrations and Waves

81

Still Life

13

Vital Signs for Nurses

37

Stochastic Geometry for Image Analysis

88

WARD

47

Stochastic Methods for Pension Funds

Wavelength Division Multiplexing

92

99

What’s Good on TV?

STOLZ

46

White Dwarf Atmospheres and Circumstellar Environments

ROUGIER, ESTEBAN

110

SHAPIRO, HOWARD N.

113

ROUILLARD, MICHAEL

54

SHARMA, VIRENDER K.

64, 73

ROY, ANANYA

14

SHEBLÉ, GERALD B.

Royal Marsden Hospital Manual of Clinical Nursing Procedures

37

RUDOLPH, MATTHIAS RUMELHARD, CHRISTIAN RUNGER, GEORGE C. RUNKLE, DEBORAH COHN RYAN, THOMAS P. RYCHLIK, MICHAEL

124

35

105

3

SHEN, ZUO-JUN MAX 97 96 114 9 106 64

41 102

SHIRREFFS, SUSAN

38

SHMULSKY, RUBIN

50

SIARRY, PATRICK

105

SIEGEL, COREY A.

29

Student Newspaper Survival Guide, The Studies in Viral Ecology

Variationist Sociolinguistics

9 47

Signal Processing and Applications with the OMAP L138 eXperimenter 96

Sufism Suicide Risk Management

26

SILBEY, ROBERT J.

Supercapacitors

73

3

VERSALOVIC

7 47

2 81

Why I Love Barthes

4

Wittgenstein

3

Wood

14

79

Work and the Mental Health Crisis in Britain

19

SABATH, FRANK

56

SIMIU, EMIL

117

Supramolecular Soft Matter

63

Worlding Cities

14

SABONNADIÈRE, JEAN-CLAUDE

42

SIMON, JACK

77

Sustainable Energy Pricing

68

Writing Chemistry Patents and Intellectual Property

57

Sustaining Soil Productivity in Response to Global Climate Change

51

System Health Management: with Aerospace Applications

108

SAGHAEI, ABBAS

109

SIMONSON, GREGG

30

SALEH, JOSEPH

110

SINDELAR, ROBERT

77

SALEM, JONATHAN

84

SINGH, SATISH K.

62

SANGHI, RASHMI

71

SINGH, VANDANA

71

System Safety

54

Tectonic Geomorphology

39

SARBAZI-AZAD, H.

86

SINN, HANS-WERNER

13

SASAKI, TAKATAMO

82

SINZINGER, STEFAN

82

SAUER, THOMAS J.

51

66

34

Six Sigma Quality Improvement with Minitab 98, 102

Telomerases

SAUNDERS, JIMMY SAVIDES, THOMAS

30

SKUSE, DAVID

Theory and Practice of Infrared Vision

89

25

Writing Construction Claims and Reponses

116

Year in Human and Medical Genetics, The

43

Year in Cognitive Neuroscience 2011, The

43

Zinc Oxide Materials for Electronic and Optoelectronic Device Applications

79


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