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Humanities & Social Sciences


The Logic Gate is Down

EDITED BY KEVIN S. DECKER Series Editor: William Irwin Eastern Washington University, USA; King’s College, USA

✤✤ Original essays dissect the diverse philosophical questions raised in Card’s best-selling sci-fi classic, which won the Nebula and Hugo Awards and has been translated in 29 languages ✤✤ Publication coincides with planned release of major motion picture adaptation of Ender’s Game starring Asa Butterfield and Harrison Ford ✤✤ Treats a wealth of core contemporary issues in morality and ethics, including child soldiers, the best kind of education, and the use and misuse of global communications for political purposes

READERSHIP: Students of philosophy, literature or film studies; fans of science fiction (in particular those of Orson Scott Card); students and general readers of cultural studies SERIES: THE BLACKWELL PHILOSOPHY AND POP CULTURE SERIES

Philosophy

Ender’s Game and Philosophy

AUG 2013 • 272PP • 978-1-118-38657-6 • PR • £11.99 • €14.40

Sons of Anarchy and Philosophy Edited by Jason T. Eberl & George A. Dunn Series Editor: William Irwin Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, USA; University of Indianapolis, USA and the Ningbo Institute of Technology, Zhejiang University, China; King’s College, USA

✤✤ Provides fascinating moral insights into Sons of Anarchy, its key characters, plot lines, and ideas ✤✤ Investigates compelling philosophical issues centering on loyalty, duty, the ethics of war, authority, religion, and whether the ends justify the means ✤✤ Teaches complex philosophical ideas in a way that’s accessible to the general interest reader and inspires further reading of the great philosophers ✤✤ Authors use their deep knowledge of the show to illuminate themes that are not always apparent even to die-hard fans

READERSHIP: Students of philosophy; fans of Sons of Anarchy; general interested readers and motorcycle enthusiasts everywhere SERIES: THE BLACKWELL PHILOSOPHY AND POP CULTURE SERIES

AUG 2013 • 320PP • 978-1-118-64157-6 • PR • £11.99 • €14.40

Supernatural and Philosophy Edited by Galen Foresman Series Editor: William Irwin North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, USA; King’s College, USA

✤✤ A unique collection on the many philosophical, religious, and paranormal topics in the hit TV show, Supernatural ✤✤ Tackles thorny issues in a style that makes them accessible to a general audience ✤✤ Written by philosophical fans of the show, for philosophical fans of the show, with fascinating insights into heaven, hell, angels, demons, God, Lucifer, and good and evil ✤✤ Covers issues ranging from the biological classifications of monsters to the epistemological problems of ghost hunting

READERSHIP: Fans of the show Supernatural or those interested in philosophical issues relating to supernatural topics; undergraduate courses on introduction to philosophy SERIES: THE BLACKWELL PHILOSOPHY AND POP CULTURE SERIES

AUG 2013 • 320PP • 978-1-118-61595-9 • PR • £11.99 • €14.40

The Ultimate Daily Show and Philosophy More Moments of Zen, More Indecision Theory

Edited by Jason Holt Series Editor: William Irwin Acadia University, Canada; King’s College, USA

✤✤ Revised, expanded, and updated to probe deeper than ever before the philosophical significance of the quintessential ‘fake’ news show of the 21st century ✤✤ Includes discussion of both The Daily Show and its spin-off, The Colbert Report ✤✤ Reveals why and how The Daily Show is philosophically engaging and significant ✤✤ Faces head-on tough and surprisingly funny questions about politics, religion, and power

READERSHIP: Undergraduate students for courses in philosophy, communication and media studies, and political science; also for fans of The Daily Show SERIES: THE BLACKWELL PHILOSOPHY AND POP CULTURE SERIES

SEP 2013 • 304PP • 978-1-118-39768-8 • PR • £11.99 • €14.40 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-16314-9

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Philosophy

Ultimate South Park and Philosophy Respect My Philosophah!

Edited by Robert Arp & Kevin S. Decker Series Editor: William Irwin Independent Researcher, USA; Eastern Washington University, USA; King’s College, USA

✤✤ Offers readers a philosophically smart and candid approach to one of television’s most subversive and controversial shows as it enters its 17th season

✤✤ Utilizes familiar characters and episodes to illustrate such philosophical topics as moral relativism, freedom of expression, gay marriage, blasphemy, democracy, feminism, animal ethics, existential questions, and much more ✤✤ A bigger, longer, and uncut version of the highly acclaimed South Park and Philosophy: You Know, I Learned Something Today — and is guaranteed to be much funnier than killing Kenny READERSHIP: Philosophy undergraduates and general readers interested in philosophy, South Park, popular culture, and media studies SERIES: THE BLACKWELL PHILOSOPHY AND POP CULTURE SERIES

SEP 2013 • 304PP • 978-1-118-38656-9 • PR • £11.99 • €14.40 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-16160-2

50 Great Myths About Atheism RUSSELL BLACKFORD & UDO SCHÜKLENK University of Newcastle, Australia; Queen’s University, Canada

✤✤ Engaging, good-humored, and brilliantly argued, this volume confronts many of the myths, slanders, misconceptions, and half-truths about atheism and its adherents ✤✤ Provides a highly accessible yet scholarly commentary on hot-button issues in the debate over religious belief ✤✤ Teaches critical thinking skills through detailed, rational argument and objectively considers each myth on its merits  

✤✤ Includes a history of atheism and its advocates, an appendix detailing atheist organizations, and an extensive bibliography READERSHIP: Undergraduates studying philosophy, sociology, or philosophy of religion; general readers following the contemporary debate over religion and atheism

SEP 2013 • 240PP • 978-0-470-67405-5 • PR • £14.99 • €18.00 / 978-0-470-67404-8 • CL • £50.00 • €60.00 

Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Dao Ancient Chinese Thought in Modern American Life

SAM CRANE Williams College, USA

✤✤ Introduces the ideas and arguments of the ancient Chinese philosophies of Confucianism and Daoism to some of the most intractable social issues of modern American life, including abortion, gay marriage, stem cell research, and assisted suicide ✤✤ Provides general readers with a fascinating introduction to Chinese philosophy, and its continued relevance  

✤✤ Offers a fresh perspective on highly controversial American debates READERSHIP: General readers interested both in Chinese philosophy and contemporary American social issues; students of Chinese philosophy and general ethics SERIES: BLACKWELL PUBLIC PHILOSOPHY SERIES

AUG 2013 • 208PP • 978-1-118-65641-9 • PR • £14.99 • €18.00 / 978-0-470-67477-2 • CL • £50.00 • €60.00

Rancière Now

polity

EDITED BY OLIVER DAVIS University of Warwick, UK

✤✤ Cutting-edge collection on the work of groundbreaking French philosopher Jacques Rancière ✤✤ Includes a new interview with Jacques Rancière, as well as a dialogue between Jean-Luc Nancy and Rancière ✤✤ Completely up-to-date with Rancière’s latest work READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate and postgraduate students and researchers in philosophy, history, politics, and cultural studies SERIES: THEORY NOW  

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SEP 2013 • 978-0-745-66257-2 • PR • £15.99 • €19.70/ 978-0-745-66256-5 • CL • £50.00 • €61.70


polity

ALAIN BADIOU École Normale Supérieure, Paris, France

✤✤ Alain Badiou is one of the most widely read and influential philosophers in France today ✤✤ This volume brings together Badiou’s writings on cinema from the last fifty years. The topics range from the key filmmakers of modernity (Tati, Oliveira, Antonioni, Godard, etc.) to certain contemporary American films (The Matrix, Magnolia, A Perfect World), by way of a few unique experiments (Guy Debord, the cinema of ‘68) ✤✤ For Badiou, cinema is the social and political art par excellence, the best indicator of our civilization, in the way that Greek tragedy, the coming-of-age novel and the operetta were in their respective eras

READERSHIP: Students and scholars in film studies; cultural studies; philosophy; humanities generally; followers of the work of Badiou; general readers interested in cinema and in contemporary theory

JUN 2013 • 304PP • 978-0-745-65568-0 • PR • £17.99 • €22.30 / 978-0-745-65567-3 • CL • £55.00 • €68.20

The Crisis of the European Union

new in paperback

Philosophy

Cinema

polity

A Response

JÜRGEN HABERMAS Johann Wolfgang Goethe University of Frankfurt, Germany

✤✤ This is a very timely and important political intervention by one of the leading social and political thinkers in the world today ✤✤ Habermas examines the current crisis in the Eurozone, assesses the options available to European leaders and reflects on the implications of the current crisis for the future of Europe and the European Union ✤✤ His central argument is that the European project must realize its democratic potential by evolving from an international into a cosmopolitan community

READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates, graduates and academics in philosophy, politics, sociology and the social sciences and humanities

SEP 2013 • 152PP • 978-0-745-66243-5 • PR • £9.99 • €12.00

Has Marriage for Love Failed?

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PASCAL BRUCKNER ✤✤ This is a brilliant book on the state of love and marriage today by a leading philosopher and social thinker ✤✤ Bruckner shows how, over the last couple of centuries in the West, the traditional relationship between love and marriage has changed: in the past, marriage was sacred and love, if it existed at all, was secondary, whereas today love is the most important thing and marriage is secondary ✤✤ Now, with growing rates of divorce and declining numbers of weddings, marriage itself seems to be in trouble. So is the idea of marrying for love now finished? ✤✤ Bruckner argues that the old tension between love and marriage has not been resolved in favour of love but has simply been displaced onto other levels

READERSHIP: Students and scholars of political science and philosophy, as well as the interested general reader

SEP 2013 • 96PP • 978-0-745-66978-6 • CL • £16.99 • €21.10

Being, Essence and Substance in Plato and Aristotle

polity

PAUL RICOEUR ✤✤ Paul Ricoeur (1913 –2005) was one of the most distinguished philosophers of the 20th century ✤✤ This is his outstanding analysis of the works of two of the most influential philosophers of all time – Plato and Aristotle ✤✤ By looking closely at the nature of ‘being’ and ‘essence’ in their respective philosophies, Ricoeur draws out the subtle relation of continuity and opposition that exists between them, in contrast to what is generally believed READERSHIP: Students and scholars in philosophy and in the humanities generally

AUG 2013 • 262PP • 978-0-745-66055-4 • PR • £17.99 • €22.60 / 978-0-745-66054-7 • CL • £55.00 • €68.90

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Philosophy

Adorno and the Ends of Philosophy

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ANDREW BOWIE Royal Holloway, University of London, UK

✤✤ The author is a leading scholar of German Philosophy and specialises in the work of Theodor Adorno ✤✤ In this engaging and wide-ranging account of Adorno’s philosophy, Bowie considers how it can contribute to the field today ✤✤ Adorno is well-known as a cultural critic but Bowie returns to a wide range of his previously unpublished lectures to examine the importance of his philosophical work READERSHIP: Students and scholars of philosophy, critical theory and aesthetic theory  

SEP 2013 • 208PP • 978-0-745-67159-8 • PR • £17.99 • €22.20 / 978-0-745-67158-1 • CL • £55.00 • €67.80

This is Philosophy of Mind PETE MANDIK William Patterson University, USA

✤✤ A highly accessible introduction to the core issues related to the philosophy of mind ✤✤ Includes issues related to the mind-body problem, artificial intelligence, free will, the nature of consciousness, and more ✤✤ Features supplemental online resources at www.thisisphilosophy.com and a frequently updated companion blog, at http://tipom.blogspot.com   

READERSHIP: Undergraduate students taking philosophy of mind courses SERIES: THIS IS PHILOSOPHY

JUL 2013 • 240PP • 978-0-470-67450-5 • PR • £19.99 • €24.00 / 978-0-470-67447-5 • CL • £60.00 • €72.00

Metaphysics and Epistemology

A Guided Anthology

Edited by STEPHEN HETHERINGTON University of New South Wales, Australia

✤✤ A comprehensive introductory overview of key themes, thinkers, and texts in metaphysics and epistemology ✤✤ Offers insightful commentary to introduce and link the themes of each selection ✤✤ Blends classic and contemporary works to reveal the historical development and present directions in the fields of metaphysics and epistemology  

READERSHIP: Undergraduate students taking introductory courses in metaphysics, epistemology, or “Knowledge and Reality” SERIES: BLACKWELL PHILOSOPHY ANTHOLOGIES

AUG 2013 • 672PP • 978-1-118-54258-3 • PR • £24.99 • €30.00  / 978-1-118-54250-7 • CL • £60.00 • €72.00

The Natural Law Reader Edited by JACQUELINE LAING & RUSSELL WILCOX London Metropolitan University, UK; University of Navarre, Spain

✤✤ Features a concise presentation of the enduring Natural Law tradition, which has been at the very heart of Western ethical, political, and jurisprudential development ✤✤ Draws upon the metaphysical and ethical categories put forth and developed by Aristotle and Aquinas ✤✤ Points to the historical significance and contemporary relevance of the Natural Law tradition ✤✤ Reflects on a revival of interest in the tradition of virtue ethics and human rights READERSHIP: Undergraduate and postgraduate students studying philosophy (including ethics, political philosophy, and philosophy of law) and/or law, with a focus on the Natural Law tradition

AUG 2013 • 400PP • 978-1-444-33321-3 • PR • £24.99 • €29.95 / 978-1-444-33308-4 • CL • £65.00 • €78.00

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EDITED BY ARTHUR L. CAPLAN & ROBERT ARP New York University, USA; Independent Researcher, USA

✤✤ A timely collection of highly readable arguments contributed by many of today’s top bioethics scholars, focusing on the core bioethical concerns of the twenty-first century ✤✤ Written in an engaging, debate-style format for accessibility to non-specialists ✤✤ Features general introductions to each topic that frame the scholarly debates READERSHIP: Undergraduate students undertaking courses in ethics, bioethics, and medical ethics; beginning students in medicine, nursing, pharmacy, social work, and law SERIES: CONTEMPORARY DEBATES IN PHILOSOPHY

JUN 2013 • 512PP • 978-1-444-33714-3 • PR • £22.99 • €27.60  / 978-1-444-33713-6 • CL • £55.00 • €66.00

Philosophy

Contemporary Debates in Bioethics

A Companion to Donald Davidson Edited by ERNIE LEPORE & KIRK LUDWIG Rutgers University, USA; Indiana University, USA

✤✤ Highlights the breadth of work of one of the most influential analytic philosophers of the latter half of the 20th century ✤✤ Includes newly commissioned contributions from leading figures in contemporary philosophy ✤✤ Provides an in-depth exposition and analysis of Davidson’s work and influence across the range of areas to which he contributed, including philosophy of language, philosophy of action, metaphysics, epistemology, and philosophy of mind READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates, postgraduate students, and professional philosophers studying Davidson’s work SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO PHILOSOPHY

JUL 2013 • 592PP • 978-0-470-67370-6 • CL • £120.00 • €144.00

A Companion to Aristotle

new in paperback

Edited by GEORGIOS ANAGNOSTOPOULOS University of California, San Diego, USA

✤✤ The most comprehensive single volume survey of the life and work of Aristotle ✤✤ Comprised of 40 newly commissioned essays from leading experts ✤✤ Coves the full range of Aristotle’s work, from his ‘theoretical’ inquiries into metaphysics, physics, psychology, and biology, to the practical and productive ‘sciences’ such as ethics, politics, rhetoric, and art ✤✤ Concludes with a discussion of Aristotle’s influence from antiquity through the middle ages, and into contemporary thought

READERSHIP: Students, teachers, and scholars of Aristotle, ancient philosophy, and history of philosophy SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO PHILOSOPHY

MAR 2013 • 672PP • 978-1-118-59243-4 • PR • £29.99 • €36.00 REPLACES HB ISBN: 978-1-405-12223-8

A Companion to Latin American Philosophy

new in paperback

Edited by SUSANA NUCCETELLI, OFELIA SCHUTTE & OTÁVIO BUENO St. Cloud State University, USA; University of Florida, USA; University of Miami, USA

✤✤ The most comprehensive survey of historical and contemporary Latin American philosophy available ✤✤ Comprises a specially commissioned collection of essays, many of them written by Latin American authors ✤✤ Examines the history of Latin American philosophy and its current issues, traces the development of the discipline, and offers biographical sketches of key Latin American thinkers ✤✤ Showcases the diversity of approaches, issues, and styles that characterizes the field

READERSHIP: Students, scholars, and researchers interested in Latin American philosophy and the role of philosophy in Latin American thought SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO PHILOSOPHY

MAR 2013 • 576PP • 978-1-118-59261-8 • PR • £29.99 • €36.00 Replaces HB ISBN: 978-1-405-17979-9

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Philosophy

Wittgenstein and His Interpreters

new in paperback

Essays in Memory of Gordon Baker

Edited by GUY KAHANE, EDWARD KANTERIAN & OSKARI KUUSELA Uehiro Center for Practical Ethics, Oxford, UK; University of Kent, UK; University of East Anglia, UK

✤✤ The first collection to present a range of perspectives on the different approaches to the philosophy of Wittgenstein, written by leading experts from the US, Britain, and Europe ✤✤ Provides a much – needed overview of the complex landscape of Wittgenstein exegesis and Wittgensteinian approaches to philosophy ✤✤ Assesses the current state, aims, and future of Wittgenstein scholarship  

✤✤ An essential guide for both students and scholars READERSHIP: Undergraduate and postgraduate students and scholars studying Wittgenstein

MAR 2013 • 368PP • 978-1-118-59260-1 • PR • £18.99 • €22.80 REPLACES HB ISBN: 978-1-405-12922-0

Rationality Through Reasoning Edited by John Broome Series Editor: Ernest Sosa University of Oxford, UK; Rutgers University, USA

✤✤ Part of the Blackwell/Brown Lectures in Philosophy series featuring concise books on public forums led by the best philosophers working today ✤✤ Offers the latest research on the topic of practical reasoning written by a major figure of contemporary moral philosophy

✤✤ Answers the question of how people are motivated to do what they believe they ought to do, built on a comprehensive account of normativity, rationality, and reasoning that differs significantly from much existing philosophical thinking READERSHIP: Postgraduate students and scholars in philosophy, epistemology, and ethics SERIES: THE BLACKWELL / BROWN LECTURES IN PHILOSOPHY

AUG 2013 • 176PP • 978-1-118-65605-1 • PR • £24.00 • €28.80 / 978-1-405-11710-4 • CL • £60.00 • €72.00

The Intellectual Powers

A Study of Human Nature

P. M. S. HACKER St John’s College, University of Oxford, UK

✤✤ The culmination of 45 years of reflection on the philosophy of mind, epistemology, and the nature of the human person, written by one of Britain’s best philosophical minds ✤✤ Provides an extensive overview of consciousness, self-consciousness, intentionality, mastery of a language, knowledge, belief, memory, sensation and perception, and thought and imagination

✤✤ Illustrated with tables, tree-diagrams, and charts showing the conceptual relationships disclosed by analysis READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates, postgraduate students, researchers, and faculty working in the philosophy of mind, epistemology, cognitive science, and cognitive neuroscience

JUL 2013 • 304PP • 978-1-118-65121-6 • PR • £19.99 • €24.00 / 978-1-444-33247-6 • CL • £60.00 • €72.00

Philosophy as a Way of Life Ancients and Moderns

Edited by MICHAEL CHASE, STEPHEN R.L. CLARK & MICHAEL MCGHEE Centre Jean Pépin, National Center of Scientific Research, France; University of Liverpool, UK; University of Liverpool, UK

✤✤ A unique collection of essays on the late Pierre Hadot’s revolutionary approach to studying and practising philosophy ✤✤ Comprehensively treats the neglected academic theme of philosophy’s relevance in our lives ✤✤ Offers a practical ‘third way’ in philosophy beyond the dichotomy of Continental and analytical traditions  

READERSHIP: Professional philosophers; advanced undergraduate and postgraduate scholars in philosophy; professionals in a variety of sectors (including medicine, education, management, and ecology) interested in applying philosophical precepts to their work and lives

JUL 2013 • 320PP • 978-1-405-16161-9 • CL • £60.00 • €72.00

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ALLAN BELL Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand

✤✤ A refreshing new approach to the study of language and society, written by one of the pioneers in sociolinguistics ✤✤ Teaches students to ‘learn by doing’ through inclusion of chapter-by-chapter research activities and exercises, case studies, summaries, and carefully curated further readings ✤✤ Features informative case studies exploring seminal publications, current research, and examples of global issues, and which highlight a range of methods, approaches, and viewpoints ✤✤ Topics progress from macro to micro issues, and span subjects from bilingualism and multilingualism, to language choice, variation, and language style and identity

READERSHIP: Second-year undergraduates and above studying sociolinguistics and language in society within linguistics and related fields SERIES: INTRODUCING LINGUISTICS

Linguistics

The Guidebook to Sociolinguistics

AUG 2013 • 352PP • 978-0-631-22866-0 • PR • £22.99 • €27.60 / 978-0-631-22865-3 • CL • £60.00 • €72.00

Navigating English Grammar A Guide to Analyzing Real Language

ANNE LOBECK & KRISTIN DENHAM Both Western Washington University, USA

✤✤ Provides a fresh take on the rules and politics of English grammar, and our subconscious knowledge and use of grammatical terms ✤✤ Goes beyond many comparable texts by providing historical context to the history of modern punctuation, and questioning how we define, discuss, and approach grammar ✤✤ Coverage ranges from the development of the study of grammar in the West – from Aristotle to Chomsky – through to abbreviated style in the digital age ✤✤ Explores controversies over grammar as part of the public school curriculum, and how its assessment and role within education has changed

READERSHIP: First-year undergraduates and above studying English grammar within departments of English language, linguistics, and education

SEP 2013 • 246PP • 978-1-405-15994-4 • PR • £21.99 • €26.40 / 978-1-405-15993-7 • CL • £60.00 • €72.00

A Dictionary of Varieties of English RAYMOND HICKEY University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany

✤✤ Compiles the distinctive dialects, forms, and varieties of English spoken throughout the contemporary world, and provides an invaluable guide to current research trends in the field ✤✤ Includes definitions both for the varieties of English and regions they feature, and for terms and concepts derived from a linguistic analysis of these varieties ✤✤ Explores important issues including the transportation of dialects of English, the rise of ‘New Englishes’, and the study of language contact and change ✤✤ Creates an informative resource for students and scholars alike, spanning the diverse linguistic varieties of the most widely accepted language of international communication

READERSHIP: Undergraduate and postgraduate level students, faculty, and researchers within varieties of English, language variation and change, sociolinguistics, and historical linguistics

SEP 2013 • 464PP • 978-0-470-65641-9 • CL • £75.00 • €90.00

Agendas for Language Learning Research EDITED BY LOURDES ORTEGA, ALISTER CUMMING & NICK C. ELLIS Georgetown University, USA; University of Toronto, Canada; University of Michigan, USA

✤✤ Provides state-of-the-art, programmatic overviews of current issues in the language sciences ✤✤ Explores their applications in first, second, and bi/multilingual language acquisition in naturalistic and tutored contexts ✤✤ Brings together interdisciplinary perspectives from linguistics, psychology, education, anthropology, sociology, cognitive science, and neuroscience ✤✤ Develops research agendas in areas including usage-based linguistics; age effects in language learning; language, literacy, and culture; academic language development in schools; and evolutionary perspectives on language

READERSHIP: Academics and researchers of first, second, and bi/multilingual language acquisition within the fields of linguistics, psychology, education, and anthropology SERIES: LANGUAGE LEARNING MONOGRAPH

JUL 2013 • 224PP • 978-1-118-59070-6 • PR • £26.95 • €32.30

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Linguistics / Literature

The Handbook of Language Socialization

special price

EDITED BY ALESSANDRO DURANTI, ELINOR OCHS & BAMBI B. SCHIEFFELIN University of California, Los Angeles, USA; University of California, Los Angeles, USA; New York University, USA

✤✤ A comprehensive survey of the field of language socialization, documenting how children and other novices become members of communities in the course of acquiring language ✤✤ Spans the fields of anthropology, education, applied linguistics, and human development, and explores data from a multitude of cultures from around the world  

✤✤ Includes the latest developments in second and heritage language socialization, and in literary and media socialization ✤✤ Discusses socialization across the entire life span and across institutional settings READERSHIP: Upper level undergraduates, postgraduates, and faculty within linguistic anthropology, sociolinguistics, and language development SERIES: BLACKWELL HANDBOOKS IN LINGUISTICS

SEP 2011 • 680PP • 978-1-405-19186-9 • CL • £60.00 • €72.00

Repase y escriba

Curso avanzado de gramatica y composicion 7th Edition

MARIA CANTELI DOMINICIS & JOHN J. REYNOLDS both of St. John's University, New York

Repase y escriba

✤✤ A new edition of the best-selling Spanish grammar and composition text on the market ✤✤ Combines solid grammar coverage with contemporary readings from a variety of sources, including literature, magazines, and newspapers ✤✤ The “Sección lexica” teaches students proverbs, idioms, and word families

✤✤ Includes an “oral exchange,” to make the text more useful when stressing conversation READERSHIP: Teachers and students of Spanish

MAY 2013 • 448PP • 978-1-118-50931-9 • PR • £96.50 • €115.20 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-90414-5

Con Fantasia

Reviewing and Expanding Functional Italian 4th Edition

MARCEL DANESI University of Toronto

Con Fantasia

✤✤ The text's review-and-expand approach allows students to use their prior knowledge of the language to move on to more complex linguistic and cultural topics ✤✤ Exposes students to different aspects of Italian culture and presents creative opportunities to explore chapter themes and then reflect on them orally or in writing ✤✤ “Navigare su Internet” sections encourage students to conduct guided online research on authentic Italian websites

✤✤ New and updated realia and excerpts from Italian writers provide authentic reading materials READERSHIP: Teachers and intermediate students of Italian

JAN 2013 • 544PP • 978-1-118-49156-0 • PR • £113.00 • €136.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-42774-3

Studying Comics and Graphic Novels KARIN KUKKONEN University of Tampere, Finland and Johannes Gutenberg-Universität, Germany

✤✤ An introduction to the basic elements of comics, their narratives, the history of the medium, and various critical approaches ✤✤ Features chapters devoted to autobiographical graphic novels and comic adaptations of literary classics ✤✤ Includes class activities, writing assignments, essay topics, a detailed glossary, and an extensive list of comics and graphic novels ✤✤ Final chapter offers a step-by-step guide to writing a research paper on comics and graphic novels  

READERSHIP: Undergraduate students studying comics and graphic novels as part of a literature course

AUG 2013 • 176PP • 978-1-118-49992-4 • PR • £19.99 • €24.00 / 978-1-118-49993-1 • CL • £65.00 • €78.00

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PAUL HEADRICK Langara College, Canada

✤✤ A guide to the fundamentals of literary analysis ✤✤ Offers step-by-step instructions that develop students’ interpretive skills and help them to write logical, effective essays ✤✤ Supported with examples, sample essays, and exercises to improve students’ writing and analysis ✤✤ A glossary of literary terms includes advice on how to make use of the defined concepts in literary analysis

READERSHIP: Undergraduate students of literature and literary analysis, and students about to embark on those courses

AUG 2013 • 176PP • 978-1-118-57123-1 • PR • £19.99 • €24.00 / 978-1-118-56072-3 • CL • £65.00 • €78.00

Travels in China

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ROLAND BARTHES ✤✤ A rare and unique publication of Roland Barthes’ notebooks from his travels in China ✤✤ The notebooks document Barthes thoughts during his 1974 visit to China, just as the last campaign of the Cultural Revolution was getting underway ✤✤ They offer a unique portrait of China at a time of turbulence and change, seen through the eyes of the world's greatest semiotician READERSHIP: Readers interested in contemporary literary and cultural theory, followers of the work of Barthes, students and scholars of contemporary literature

SEP 2013 • 240PP • 978-0-745-65081-4 • PR • £12.99 • €16.00

Photographic Theory An Historical Anthology

EDITED BY ANDREW E. HERSHBERGER Bowling Green State University, USA

✤✤ Offers an authoritative and academically up-to-date compendium of the history of photographic theory ✤✤ Represents the only collection to include ancient; Renaissance; and 19th, 20th, and 21st-century writings on the subject ✤✤ Stresses the drama of historical and contemporary debates within theoretical circles ✤✤ Features comprehensive coverage of recent trends in digital photography READERSHIP: Undergraduate and postgraduate level students taking courses in history of photography, art history, media, and other related courses in departments of art history and photography

Cultural & Media Studies / Literature

The Wiley Guide to Writing Essays About Literature

JUL 2013 • 448PP • 978-1-405-19863-9 • PR • £22.99 • €27.60 / 978-1-405-19846-2 • CL • £60.00 • €72.00

Why Music Matters DAVID HESMONDHALGH University of Leeds, UK

✤✤ The first book to explore music through a variety of theories and approaches and unite these theories using one authoritative voice ✤✤ Combines a broad yet theoretically sophisticated approach to music and society with real clarity and accessibility ✤✤ A historically and sociologically - informed understanding of music in relation to questions of social power and inequality ✤✤ Uses a range of musical forms and practices and a wealth of case studies to introduce readers to a wide musical terrain

READERSHIP: Upper-level undergraduate and postgraduate students of music and society, popular music, cultural studies, and communication and society; general readers interested in music

AUG 2013 • 208PP • 978-1-405-19241-5 • PR • £19.99 • €24.00 / 978-1-405-19242-2 • CL • £55.00 • €66.00

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A Companion to Diaspora and Transnationalism EDITED BY ATO QUAYSON & GIRISH DASWANI Both University of Toronto, Canada

✤✤ A wide-ranging collection which reviews the most significant developments, and provides valuable insights into, current key debates in transnational and diaspora studies ✤✤ Contains newly commissioned essays by leading scholars, which will both influence the field, and stimulate further insight and discussion in the future ✤✤ Provides interdisciplinary perspectives on diaspora and transnationalism which link the two concepts in new and important ways  

✤✤ Combines theoretical discussion with specific examples and case studies READERSHIP: Academic libraries; students and scholars of anthropology, history, migration studies, diaspora studies, postcolonial studies, urban studies, and literature; policy makers and researchers SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS IN CULTURAL STUDIES

AUG 2013 • 608PP • 978-1-405-18826-5 • CL • £120.00 • €144.00

A Companion to Reality Television EDITED BY LAURIE OUELLETTE University of Minnesota, USA

✤✤ Brings cutting-edge work in critical, social, and political theory into the conversation about reality TV ✤✤ Consolidates the latest, broadest range of scholarship on the politics of reality television and its vexed relationship to culture, society, identity, democracy, and ‘ordinary people’ in the media ✤✤ Includes discussion on primetime reality entertainment as well as precursors such as daytime talk shows ✤✤ Contributions from a list of international, leading scholars in this field  

READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates, postgraduate students and scholars in the fields of television studies and media studies

SEP 2013 • 560PP • 978-0-470-65927-4 • CL • £120.00 • €144.00

Blogging

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JILL WALKER RETTBERG University of Bergen, Norway

✤✤ Fully revised and updated second edition of an accessible study of the blogging phenomenon ✤✤ New edition takes into account most recent research and new blogging tools such as Pinterest, Tumblr and Instagram ✤✤ Examines issues such as the increased commercialization of blogs and the recent move towards more visual emphasis in blogs  

READERSHIP: Students of new media, writing and digital humanities SERIES: DIGITAL MEDIA AND SOCIETY

SEP 2013 • 192PP • 978-0-745-66365-4 • PR • £14.99 • €18.80 / 978-0-745-66364-7 • CL • £45.00 • €56.40

Global Creative Industries

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TERRY FLEW Queensland University of Technology, Australia

✤✤ A comprehensive overview of the creative industries, accessibly written for a non-specialist audience ✤✤ Global case studies are used to study developments in the creative industries ✤✤ Developments in the creative industries are linked to broader discussions about globalization, cities and culture READERSHIP: Second and third year undergraduate students taking courses on creative and cultural industries, media production, and global media SERIES: PGMC – POLITY GLOBAL MEDIA AND COMMUNICATION SERIES  

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JUL 2013 • 180PP • 978-0-745-64840-8 • PR • £16.99 • €21.30 / 978-0-745-64839-2 • CL • £55.00 • €68.90


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AERON DAVIS Goldsmiths, University of London, UK

✤✤ A critical introduction to promotional culture that brings together literature from sociology, media studies, and economics as well more professionally oriented books on marketing and PR ✤✤ A necessary intervention in the field, with no real competing texts as PR and promotional culture is largely neglected in media textbooks ✤✤ Filled with up-to-date, international examples including haute couture fashion, the Occupy movement and Obama's election campaigns READERSHIP: Upper level undergraduates taking courses on critical PR studies, promotions, political communication and consumer culture

JUL 2013 • 248PP • 978-0-745-63983-3 • PR • £16.99 • €21.10 / 978-0-745-63982-6 • CL • £55.00 • €68.30

Computer Games and the Social Imaginary

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GRAEME KIRKPATRICK University of Manchester, UK

✤✤ An accessibly written text that sets games studies within the context of broader work on digital media more generally ✤✤ A coherent, well-argued and well-structured book in which each chapters incorporates the dynamic history of the changing form of the game into its organisation and content ✤✤ The book's historical approach constitutes a distinctive intervention in computer game studies  

READERSHIP: Upper level undergraduate students of digital media, games studies, information society, entertainment SERIES: DMS – DIGITAL MEDIA AND SOCIETY

SEP 2013 • 248PP • 978-0-745-64111-9 • PR • £13.99 • €17.30 / 978-0-745-64110-2 • CL • £45.00 • €55.50  

The Handbook of International Advertising Research EDITED BY HONG CHENG Ohio University, USA

✤✤ Covers 28 major areas in international advertising research, with contributions from more than 40 international advertising scholars based in over 10 countries or territories ✤✤ Comprehensive treatment includes the history of international advertising, audiences and media, strategy and execution, content effects, regulation, ethics, and advertising education ✤✤ Highlights existing knowledge in international advertising, reports major findings on a broad range of topics, and offers expert recommendations on directions for future research

✤✤ Contributors represent the most highly respected academics among international advertising researchers READERSHIP: Postgraduate and upper-level undergraduate students, and academics in international advertising, communication, and marketing SERIES: HANDBOOKS IN COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA

JUL 2013 • 600PP • 978-1-444-33237-7 • CL • £120.00 • €144.00

It's Not Just PR

NEW EDITION

Public Relations in Society 2nd Edition

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

✤✤ Fully updated with new material and fresh examples, including practical debate about power issues in public relations theory and practice ✤✤ Offers a balanced introduction to how PR functions in society, presenting public relations as neither flawless nor sinister ✤✤ Examines recent efforts to define public relations, including the Melbourne Mandate and Barcelona Principles ✤✤ Includes extended discussion of social media's effects on public relations, power issues for activists, and the increased use of private politics and related neoliberalism concerns

Communications Studies / Cultural & Media Studies

Promotional Cultures

READERSHIP: Upper level undergraduates taking courses on Public Relations, Media and Communication, Advertising, and Ethics

AUG 2013 • 160PP • 978-1-118-55400-5 • PR • £21.99 • €26.40 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-14406-3

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Communications Studies / Sociology

Advertising and Society

NEW EDITION

An Introduction 2nd Edition

CAROL J. PARDUN University of South Carolina, USA

✤✤ Fully revised with six completely new chapters and many new essays ✤✤ Organized around ‘enduring’ issues and ‘emerging’ issues, including topics such as advergames and uber-targeted online advertising

✤✤ Utilizes an argument/counter-argument approach, allowing students to better understand the complexities of controversies in advertising ✤✤ Includes suggestions for further research, questions for discussion, paper topics, and a bibliography of additional readings  

READERSHIP: Upper level undergraduates taking courses on Advertusing, Media Ethics, and Communication

AUG 2013 • 288PP • 978-0-470-67309-6 • PR • £24.99 • €30.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-67309-6

The Handbook of Development Communication and Social Change EDITED BY KARIN WILKINS, THOMAS TUFTE & RAFAEL OBREGON University of Texas-Austin, USA; Roskilde University, Denmark; Ohio University, USA

✤✤ A stand-out reference on a vital topic of primary international concern, with a rising profile in communications and media research programs ✤✤ Covers the history of the field as well as integrating and reconceptualising its diverse perspectives ✤✤ Provides a fully formed framework of understanding and identifies likely future developments  

✤✤ Features a wealth of insights into the critical role of digital media in development communication and social change READERSHIP: Undergraduate and postgraduate students taking courses on communication and media studies, and activists for social justice and professionals in community and international development SERIES: GLOBAL MEDIA AND COMMUNICATION HANDBOOK SERIES (IAMCR)

AUG 2013 • 550PP • 978-1-118-50531-1 • CL • £120.00 • €144.00

Social Provisioning, Embeddedness, and Modeling the Economy Studies in Economic Reform and Social Justice

EDITED BY FREDERIC S. LEE University of Missouri-Kansas City, USA

✤✤ Contributes to the development of a model of a socially embedded economy ✤✤ Builds on a non-mainstream definition of economics wherein all economic activities are social activities, informed by social norms, institutions, and ideologies  

✤✤ Integrates different theories of economic modelling, including the social surplus approach, social fabric matrix, social accounting matrix, social structures of accumulation, stock-flow consistent modelling, and structure-agency READERSHIP: Postgraduate students, faculty, and researchers within social economics and social reform SERIES: STUDIES IN ECONOMIC REFORM AND SOCIAL JUSTICE

JUL 2013 • 500PP • 978-1-118-24520-0 • PR • £26.95 • €32.30 / 978-1-118-24519-4 • CL • £65.00 • €78.00

Two Views of Social Justice A Catholic/Georgist Dialogue

EDITED BY KENNETH R. LORD University of Scranton, USA

✤✤ Provides an insightful and at times contentious perspective on eight significant social justice topics, by pitting adherents of two major schools of thought against each other ✤✤ Brings together prominent figures from the schools of Catholic social thought, and the ideas propounded by the great 19th-century social and economic thinker, Henry George

✤✤ Issues discussed include: natural law, human nature, nature of work, the papal encyclical Rerum Novarum, causes of war, immigration, development and wealth, and neighbourhood revitalization ✤✤ Demonstrates the benefits of moral, economic, scholarly, and policy collaboration, and how it can yield solutions to some of the key challenges of contemporary society READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates, postgraduates, faculty, and researchers of social economics, social reform, and social ethics, within economics, sociology, political science, public administration, and theology SERIES: STUDIES IN ECONOMIC REFORM AND SOCIAL JUSTICE

JUL 2013 • 240PP • 978-1-118-45004-8 • PR • £26.95 • €32.30 / 978-1-118-45005-5 • CL • £65.00 • €78.00

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PIERRE BOURDIEU ✤✤ Pierre Bourdieu is one of the most influential sociologists and anthropologists of the late twentieth century ✤✤ This important new volume brings together his key writings on Algeria, where he did his first major fieldwork in the late 1950s and 1960s ✤✤ His extensive studies in Algeria lead him to develop a deeper understanding of the relations of domination specific to colonialism READERSHIP: Students and scholars in sociology, anthropology and the social sciences and humanities generally

SEP 2013 • 336PP • 978-0-745-64695-4 • PR • £18.99 • €23.80 / 978-0-745-64694-7 • CL • £55.00 • €68.90  

Why Love Hurts

new in paperback

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Algerian Sketches

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A Sociological Explanation

EVA ILLOUZ Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel

✤✤ A book by the award-winning sociologist Eva Illouz on modern love ✤✤ Sets out to explain why love is such a painful experience for many people – why we invest so much in the search for love and why it so often disappoints us ✤✤ She gives a persuasive answer to this question by showing how love, and the hopes, expectations and desires associated with it, are shaped by broader social relations, institutions and forms of power READERSHIP: Students and scholars in sociology and the social sciences and humanities generally, and interested general readers

SEP 2013 • 304PP • 978-0-745-67107-9 • PR • £12.99 • €16.90

Belonging

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Solidarity and Division in Modern Societies

MONTSERRAT GUIBERNAU Queen Mary, University of London, UK

✤✤ An original new book by one of the leading experts on nationalism and national identity ✤✤ Argues that our need to belong, whether to a nation or a community, is a key feature of modern social life, one that runs against the view that modern societies are characterized by unbridled individualism ✤✤ Guibernau examines issues such as the role of emotions in political life, the symbols and rituals of belonging and the rise of the radical right and extreme nationalist movements READERSHIP: Students in politics and sociology, second year and above

JUL 2013 • 210PP • 978-0-745-65507-9 • PR • £17.99 • €22.40 / 978-0-745-65506-2 • CL • £55.00 • €68.50

Sociologies of Interaction

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ALEX DENNIS, ROB PHILBURN & GREG SMITH Sheffield University, UK; University of Salford, UK

✤✤ An illuminating introduction to one of the two main branches of sociology ���✤ Provides a comprehensive and intelligible overview of the theoretical foundations and practical applications of interactionist approaches in sociology ✤✤ Covers the core traditions with reference to substantive topics such as work, health and illness, deviance, class, education, ethnic relations and gender READERSHIP: Undergraduate students of sociology, social psychology and social theory

SEP 2013 • 248PP • 978-0-745-64607-7 • PR • £16.99 • €20.60 / 978-0-745-64606-0 • CL • £55.00 • €67.80

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What is Historical Sociology?

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RICHARD LACHMANN University at Albany, State University of New York, USA

✤✤ Innovative and authoritative introduction to a key disciplinary approach in sociology ✤✤ Demonstrates the theories and methods historical sociologists use, and what we learn from placing social relations and events in historical context ✤✤ Applies this important approach to key themes such as the origins of capitalism, revolutions and social movements, inequality, gender, and culture READERSHIP: Undergraduate students and above taking courses in comparative and historical sociology, or with a research interest in these areas  

SEP 2013 • 176PP • 978-0-745-66009-7 • PR • £14.99 • €18.50 / 978-0-745-66008-0 • CL • £45.00 • €55.50

Nation-States and Nationalisms

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Organization, Ideology and Solidarity

SINIŠA MALEŠEVICˇ University College Dublin, Ireland

✤✤ An insightful analysis of two key related socio-political phenomena: nation-states and nationalism ✤✤ Investigates why nationalism is the world's most potent and resilient ideology, and why nation-states remain the only legitimate form of territorial rule ✤✤ Key issues covered include the rise of nation-states, the relationship between nationalism and violence, and contemporary transformations of nationalism  

READERSHIP: Upper-level students of political sociology, political science and related subjects with a focus on nations and nationalisms, such as history, anthropology, international relations and geography SERIES: PPSS – POLITICAL SOCIOLOGY

SEP 2013 • 232PP • 978-0-745-65339-6 • PR • £15.99 • €19.70 / 978-0-745-65338-9 • CL • £50.00 • €61.70

Politics and Sociology in the Thought of Max Weber

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ANTHONY GIDDENS

Politics and Sociology in the Thought of Max Weber

✤✤ An important work in which one of the leading sociologists of our time examines the ideas of one of the most important classic thinkers in the social sciences, Max Weber ✤✤ Analyses the development of Weber's political thought and its relation to his sociological writings ✤✤ Sheds valuable light not only on the ideas of this great thinker but also on the formation of Giddens’ own work

READERSHIP: Students and scholars in sociology, politics and the social sciences and humanities generally

SEP 2013 • 64PP • 978-0-745-67096-6 • PR • £12.99 • €16.00

Pandemics and Emerging Infectious Diseases The Sociological Agenda

EDITED BY ROBERT DINGWALL, LILY M. HOFFMAN & KAREN STANILAND Nottingham Trent University, UK; City University of New York, USA; University of Salford, UK

✤✤ A bold, agenda-setting collection exploring the sociological issues raised by infectious disease pandemics ✤✤ Features detailed case study analysis, from the West Nile virus to the outbreak of H1N1 ‘swine flu’ in 2009 ✤✤ Examines challenges including cross-border coordination of public health governance, and geopolitical issues of development and social equity  

✤✤ Brings together a team of authors from North America, Europe, and Asia to provide valuable international perspective on these topics READERSHIP: Postgraduates, academics, and researchers in medical sociology, health policy, and public health; public health specialists SERIES: SOCIOLOGY OF HEALTH AND ILLNESS MONOGRAPHS

JUL 2013 • 200PP • 978-1-118-55371-8 • PR • £19.99 • €24.00  

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HAZEL KEMSHALL, BERNADETTE WILKINSON & KERRY BAKER De Montfort University, UK; Independent Trainer and Consultant; London South Bank University, UK

✤✤ Covers a core component of social work training: how to assess and manage risk ✤✤ Strong focus on the practical skills required to confidently face this everyday challenge, with all service-user groups ✤✤ Clearly and carefully lays out the frameworks and stages involved in balancing and managing risks READERSHIP: Undergraduate, qualifying and post-qualifying social work students, and those training for related health and community professions SERIES: SCSW – SKILLS FOR CONTEMPORARY SOCIAL WORK

SEP 2013 • 176PP • 978-0-745-65198-9 • PR • £15.99 • €19.70 / 978-0-745-65197-2 • CL • £50.00 • €61.70

The JCMS Annual Review of the European Union in 2012 EDITED BY NATHANIEL COPSEY & TIM HAUGHTON Both University of Birmingham, UK

✤✤ Produced in association with the Journal of Common Market Studies (JCMS), the Annual Review covers the major developments in the European Union over the past year ✤✤ Contains specially-commissioned articles written by leading experts in their respective fields, covering political, economic, and legal issues ✤✤ Provides an invaluable guide to EU documents, publications, and websites, together with a chronology of key events

Politics / Social Work

Working with Risk

READERSHIP: Faculty and researchers of European studies, political economics, and related fields SERIES: JOURNAL OF COMMON MARKET STUDIES

AUG 2013 • 216PP • 978-1-118-51290-6 • PR • £17.99 • €21.60

Africa's Moment

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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. 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

READERSHIP: Students of political science, economics and international relations, as well as a wide general readership

SEP 2013 • 316PP • 978-0-745-65158-3 • PR • £12.99 • €16.00

Is China Buying the World?

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PETER NOLAN University of Cambridge, UK

✤✤ Written by a leading international expert on China and the global economy, examining the widely-held belief that China is buying the world ✤✤ Nolan carefully examines the evidence on China's activities in the global marketplace, and on the activities of multinationals operating in China, and argues persuasively that the idea that China is buying the world is a groundless myth ✤✤ This book provides a much-needed balanced perspective on current debates about China's growing power and contributes to a constructive dialogue between China and the West

READERSHIP: General readers with an interest in China, banking, finance and the global economy; students in economics, finance, politics, sociology and the social sciences generally

SEP 2013 • 978-0-745-66079-0 • PR • £9.99 • €12.00

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Climate Governance in the Developing World

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DAVID HELD, CHARLES ROGER & EVA-MARIA NAG University of Durham, UK; University of British Columbia, Canada; London School of Economics, UK

✤✤ A major new original collection examining the politics of climate governance in developing countries ✤✤ With original research contributions by an international group of scholars, the book seeks to address questions of global climate governance, analysing policies ranging across Asia, Africa and the Americas  

✤✤ Offers the most comprehensive analysis thus far to understand the unique challenges of climate governance in the developing world READERSHIP: This book will primarily appeal to students, scholars, lay readers and practitioners interested in climate change and global governance issues, particularly as they affect the developing world

JUN 2013 • 272PP • 978-0-745-66277-0 • PR • £17.99 • €22.80 / 978-0-745-66276-3 • CL • £55.00 • €69.50

The Politics of Immigration

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Liberal Democracy and the Transnational Movement of People

James HAMPSHIRE University of Sussex, UK

✤✤ An ideal course text for undergraduates and postgraduates, the book clearly introduces and explains the key issues in immigration policy ✤✤ The author draws together and elucidates complex arguments from political theory, sociology and labour economics

✤✤ Contains a wealth of empirical detail, as well as an innovative structure that makes a new contribution to the theorising of immigration policy READERSHIP: Undergraduate and postgraduate students taking courses in the politics of immigration and citizenship in political science, economics, sociology and geography

SEP 2013 • 224PP • 978-0-745-63899-7 • PR • £17.99 • €22.60 / 978-0-745-63898-0 • CL • £55.00 • €22.60

Theories of Globalization

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BARRIE AXFORD Oxford Brookes University, UK

✤✤ An exceptionally wide-ranging guide to the key theories, debates and concepts surrounding globalization

Theories of Globalization

✤✤ Puts theories of globalization to work on contemporary issues including warfare, humanitarian intervention, and the politics of empire ✤✤ Genuinely interdisciplinary in scope, the book synthesises, compares and assesses contributions from fields such as sociology, geography, political theory and postcolonial studies

READERSHIP: Students of international politics, sociology, cultural studies and related disciplines

SEP 2013 • 304PP • 978-0-745-63474-6 • PR • £17.99 • €TBA / 978-0-745-63475-3 • CL • £55.00 • €62.00

Celebrity Politics

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MARK WHEELER London Metropolitan University, UK

✤✤ The first textbook to provide an illuminating and comprehensive analysis of the phenomena of political celebrity ✤✤ Examines and explains the relationship between politics, celebrity culture and the changing nature of the public sphere

✤✤ Questions mainstream academic views about the ‘manufactured’ nature of celebrity politics, advancing a more nuanced, critical appreciation of the complex role played by celebrity in today's political realm READERSHIP: Senior undergraduates and postgraduates of political communication, media and cultural studies, celebrity studies, political science and sociology

AUG 2013 • 204PP • 978-0-745-65249-8 • PR • £16.99 • €21.20 / 978-0-745-65248-1 • CL • £50.00 • €62.30

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Social Movements in Global Politics DAVID WEST Australian National University

✤✤ A very topical and wide-ranging account of the important activities of social movements at a time of global crises ✤✤ Provides a comprehensive overview of influential social movements, from the genealogy of liberal democratic nation-states and sixties’ radicalism to the politicization of nature and climate, and alter-globalization ✤✤ Looks closely at the influence of contemporary movements such as the Arab Spring and the Occupy movement

READERSHIP: Undergraduate students of politics, political science, international relations and political sociology, as well as a general readership with an interest in contemporary global politics

SEP 2013 • 224PP • 978-0-745-64960-3 • PR • £15.99 • €19.70 / 978-0-745-64959-7 • CL • £55.00 • €67.80

Why America Needs a Left

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A Historical Argument

ELI ZARETSKY New School for Social Research, New York, USA

✤✤ This book is a major reinterpretation of American politics and political history ✤✤ The author argues that American liberalism as represented by the Democratic Party has been weakened and made spineless by the fact that it has distanced itself from the themes of social justice that have traditionally characterized political thinking on the left ✤✤ The book is a sharp critique of democratic politics, though the critique is framed as part of a much larger story that goes back to the abolitionists and encompasses the New Deal and the Civil Rights movement and women's movement of the 1960s and continues through to the Obama presidency

READERSHIP: General readership, those interested in American politics

SEP 2013 • 216PP • 978-0-745-64485-1 • PR • £9.99 • €15.60

Global Energy Dilemmas

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MIKE BRADSHAW University of Leicester, UK

✤✤ An impressively comprehensive analysis of today's key energy issues ✤✤ Insightful and probing, this volume usefully refuses any simple solutions to very complicated problems ✤✤ It is well written, carefully crafted and widely illustrated with tables and graphs that help with the interpretations offered READERSHIP: Senior undergraduates and postgraduates across a range of disciplines including geography, politics, and environmental studies. It will also be of interest to environmental policy-makers

SEP 2013 • 240PP • 978-0-745-65065-4 • PR • £16.99 • €20.60 / 978-0-745-65064-7 • CL • £55.00 • €66.70

China's Legal System

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PITMAN POTTER University of British Columbia, Canada

✤✤ Provides a compelling, wide-ranging introduction to the problems and opportunities associated with China's ongoing legal modernization ✤✤ Rich with historical detail, and places China's current legal regime in a global context ✤✤ Written by a leading scholar of Chinese law, and based on the latest detailed research READERSHIP: Senior undergraduates of law, political science, sociology, development studies, international relations and Asian studies SERIES: CHINA TODAY

SEP 2013 • 200PP • 978-0-745-66269-5 • PR • £15.99 • €19.70 / 978-0-745-66268-8 • CL • £50.00 • €61.70

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Accounting Information Systems Controls and Processes 2nd Edition

LESLIE TURNER & ANDREA WEICKGENANNT ✤✤ Organises key AIS course content around four major themes: simplicity of writing and presentation (lower level), business processes, accounting and IT controls, and ethics as it relates to accounting systems ✤✤ Includes greater emphasis on continuous auditing and relevant updates regarding recent economic trends, internal audit and impact of IFRS on audit risk ✤✤ Features a discussion of cloud computing and on risks and controls related to cloud computing  

✤✤ Real-World vignettes have been updated throughout the text READERSHIP: Lecturers and Students studying Accounting Information Systems

JAN 2013 • 662PP • 978-1-118-16230-9 • CL • £49.99 • €60.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-471-47951-2

Accounting Information Systems P. R. GILLETT ✤✤ Focuses on both the theoretical and practical approaches to key course topics

Accounting Information Systems

✤✤ A single case study, Sheldon Shirts, is integrated throughout the text ✤✤ For those lecturers adopting a design-based approach, coverage of database implementation comes via Microsoft Access ✤✤ Provides coverage of data entry and control, and reporting via Microsoft Access and Peachtree for those lecturers using a a practice-based approach

READERSHIP: Lecturers and Students studying Accounting Information Systems

JAN 2013 • 800PP • 978-1-118-01823-1 • CL • £179.00 • €214.40

Principles of External Auditing

4th Edition

BRENDA PORTER, JON SIMON & DAVID HATHERLY Victoria University of Wellington; University of Hull; University of Edinburgh

✤✤ Striking a careful balance between theory and practice, this text describes and explains, in nontechnical language, the nature of the audit function and the principles of the audit process ✤✤ Sets auditing in the context of corporate accountability and responsible corporate governance ✤✤ Discusses topical aspects of auditing such as legal liability, audit risk, quality control, and the impact of information technology  

✤✤ Fully updated with recent changes in International Standards on Auditing produced by the International Auditing and Assurance Standards Board READERSHIP: Lecturers and Students taking Auditing courses

SEP 2013 • 832PP • 978-0-470-97445-2 • PR • £46.99 • €56.40 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-01825-5

Property Valuation

2nd Edition

PETER WYATT The University of Reading, UK

Property Valuation

✤✤ An ‘all in one’ text for postgraduate study of valuation on real estate courses ✤✤ Sets valuation in its business finance context ✤✤ Accompanying website with supporting material for students and lecturers

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READERSHIP: Postgraduates and undergraduates on real estate, estate management and land economy degree courses. Also, fast-track conversion courses for non-cognate graduates (from e.g., law or business) who have only nine months to get from zero to Masters level

JUN 2013 • 400PP • 978-1-119-96865-8 • PR • £49.95 • €61.60 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-13045-5


Economics / Business

Game Theory An Introduction, Set 2nd Edition

E. N. BARRON Loyola University Chicago

✤✤ Features two new chapters on repeated, recursive, and stochastic games as well as dynamic and extensive games, which include the use of the freely available software Gambit to model and solve the games

Game Theory

✤✤ Utilises MapleTM and Mathematica® software to find the values and strategies of games and includes command codes via the book's website ✤✤ Includes classroom-tested works and examples illustrating game theory's wide range of relevance and incorporates exam samples, quizzes, and select answers

✤✤ Provides some proofs for important results, algorithms for the solution of the games, etc. READERSHIP: Junior and senior undergraduates in game theory majoring in mathematics, economics, engineering, operations SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN OPERATIONS RESEARCH AND MANAGEMENT SCIENCE

MAY 2013 • 978-1-118-61203-3 • CL • £80.50 • €96.60

Marketing Research Essentials 8th Edition

CARL MCDANIEL JR. & ROGER GATES University of Texas, Arlington; DSS Research

✤✤ Features real data, real people and real results throughout the text, helping students connect content and theory to actual business decisions ✤✤ Offers a practitioner's perspective, teaching students how they will use market research in future careers ✤✤ Provides thorough coverage of mobile applications, data mining and analysis, and new applications such as Google Analytics and Qualtrics ✤✤ Features interviews with key personnel at leading market research companies illustrating how they apply the major concepts of marketing research to their business

READERSHIP: Lecturers and Students undertaking Marketing Courses

OCT 2012 • 480PP • 978-1-118-24932-1 • PR • £49.99 • €60.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-16970-4

Patterns of Entrepreneurship Management 4th Edition

JACK M. KAPLAN & ANTHONY C. WARREN Columbia Business School; Pennsylvania State University

✤✤ The essential road-map for anyone interested in starting a new business -infused with the authors’ experience teaching, writing, and launching successful ventures ✤✤ Incorporates the most up-to-date content, addressing the enormous changes in the investment climate, stunning new applications for social networks, and the evolution of new business models ✤✤ Throughout the text, material is illustrated through real entrepreneurs helping students understand how entrepreneurs position their companies to meet the various marketing, financial, and technological challenges

READERSHIP: Lecturers and Students undertaking Entrepreneurship or Small Business Management Courses

JAN 2013 • 377PP • 978-1-118-35853-5 • PR • £47.99 • €57.60 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-16969-8

Global Trade Policy Questions and Answers

PAMELA J. SMITH University of Minnesota, USA

✤✤ Explores the current debates in international trade policy, outlining an economic framework to assist readers in thinking through the key ideas and issues ✤✤ Encourages independent, creative thinking about trade policy issues through its unique questionbased format ✤✤ Accessible language, realistic applications, exercises, and accompanying lecturer resources, including an instructor's manual, make this ideal for classroom use ✤✤ Covers national as well as international policies and their interaction, helping to explain opposing views on trade policy and liberalization

READERSHIP: Upper-level undergraduate and postgraduate students in economics, business, public policy, and applied economics

JUL 2013 • 384PP • 978-1-118-35765-1 • PR • £29.99 • €36.00 / 978-0-470-67128-3 • CL • £60.00 • €72.00

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Economics / Hospitality

Economic Policy 75 EDITED BY GEORGES DE MENIL, RICHARD PORTES, HANS-WERNER SINN, TULLIO JAPPELLI, PHILIP LANE, PHILIPPE MARTIN & JAN VAN OURS Delta ENS, France; London Business School, UK; University of Munich, Germany; University of Naples, Italy; Trinity College Dublin, Ireland; Université de Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, PSE, France; Tilberg University, The Netherlands

✤✤ Distinguished economists from around the world provide an authoritative and accessible evaluation of major developments in trade and trade policy ✤✤ Economic Policy has earned a global reputation as the one publication that always identifies current and emerging policy topics early  

✤✤ Provides up-to-date assessments of the World Trade Organization’s current Trade Policy Reviews ✤✤ Examines key issues pertinent to the multinational trading system, as well as regional trade arrangements and policy developments at the national level READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates, postgraduates, faculty, and researchers in economics; economists in international economic agencies SERIES: ECONOMIC POLICY

JUL 2013 • 288PP • 978-1-4443-5102-6 • PR • £25.00 • €30.00

Creating Your Culinary Career THE CULINARY INSTITUTE OF AMERICA Hyde Park, New York

✤✤ A “must-have” for anyone wishing to pursue a culinary career, with practical advice on everything from choosing an area of specialisation to landing a first job ✤✤ Explores the wide range of opportunities available to the aspiring culinary professional by dividing career goals into short-term (attainable within one to five years), intermediate (attainable within five to ten years), and long-term (attainable in ten years and beyond)

✤✤ Guides the reader through the process of writing a résumé and covering letter and on to landing a job through effective interviewing and negotiating with a potential employer READERSHIP: Culinary Professionals

MAR 2013 • 288PP • 978-1-118-11684-5 • PR • £19.99 • €24.00

Techniques of Healthy Cooking 4th Edition

THE CULINARY INSTITUTE OF AMERICA Hyde Park, New York

✤✤ Features the latest dietary guidelines and healthy cooking techniques ✤✤ Covers a wide range of health- and environment-related topics of concern to today's diners, such as organic ingredients, local sourcing, farm-to-fork initiatives, and much more ✤✤ Includes nearly 500 recipes for virtually any meal or occasion, including 150 all-new recipes  

✤✤ More than 150 full-color photographs of ingredients, techniques, and plated dishes are featured in this new edition READERSHIP: Professional Chefs

FEB 2013 • 576PP • 978-0-470-63543-8 • CL • £45.00 • €54.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-05232-7

Bread

A Baker's Book of Techniques and Recipes 2nd Edition

JEFFREY HAMELMAN Hartland, United States

✤✤ Provides bakers with the appropriate tools to master bread making ✤✤ Features 252 illustrations of step-by-step techniques and 41 full-colour photographs ✤✤ Includes 140 detailed, step-by-step formulas (including 30 new breads) for a vast array of breads, including Swiss Farmhouse Bread, German Farmer's Bread, and Baguettes de Tradition  

✤✤ Updated information on working with locally grown whole grains, understanding trends in milling technology, and teaching hand mixing techniques READERSHIP: Professional Bakers and Pastry Chefs

JAN 2013 • 478PP • 978-1-118-13271-5 • CL • £29.99 • €36.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-471-16857-7

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Tools, Techniques and Formulas for the Professional Baker

WAYNE GISSLEN Long Lake, Minnesota

✤✤ A complete guide to the art and science of baking and pastry offering straightforward, practical guidance on the fundamentals of baking ✤✤ Covers everything from how ingredients interact to mixing methods for doughs to step-by-step baking advice ✤✤ Offers a complete guide to the basics of preparing breads, pastry doughs, cakes, creams, icings, and much more ✤✤ Features nearly 750 recipes and variations, many including both large and small batch measurements

READERSHIP: Professional and Aspiring Bakers and Pastry Chefs

APR 2013 • 576PP • 978-1-118-31410-4 • CL • £45.00 • €54.00

Master Class

With Toba Garrett Cake Artistry and Advanced Decorating Techniques

TOBA M. GARRETT New York

✤✤ Provides readers with a springboard to infinite ideas of what can be achieved in the advanced art of cake decorating! ✤✤ A perfect blend of inspiration and instruction, with stunning photos of finished cakes as well as stepby-step photos and detailed instruction on advanced decorating techniques ✤✤ Covers a wide variety of cakes, including wedding cakes, birthday cakes, children's fantasy cakes, and whimsical cakes for any occasion

READERSHIP: Professional and Aspiring Cake Decorators, Bakers, Pastry Chefs

FEB 2013 • 228PP • 978-0-470-58122-3 • CL • £45.00 • €54.00

Nutrition for Foodservice and Culinary Professionals

Anthropology / Hospitality

The Professional Bakeshop

8th Edition

KAREN E. DRUMMOND & LISA M. BREFERE Yardley, Pennsylvania; Purchase, New York

✤✤ Examines each food group from the perspective of a chef, from picking your ingredients to putting a new dish on the menu ✤✤ The chapters on balanced cooking and menus have been thoroughly updated and expanded with more examples and tips ✤✤ From organic and sustainable foods to gluten-free and allergy diets, the authors explore “Hot Topics” in the news today

READERSHIP: Chefs, Restaurateurs, Dieticians, and other Foodservice Professionals

JAN 2013 • 480PP • 978-1-118-42973-0 • CL • £44.99 • €54.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-05242-6

First Migrants

Ancient Migration in Global Perspective

PETER BELLWOOD Australian National University, Australia

✤✤ The first volume to chart global human migration and population dispersal throughout the whole of human prehistory, in all regions of the world ✤✤ Charts the initial spread of early humans out of Africa approximately two million years ago, through the Ice Ages, and down to the continental and island migrations of agricultural populations over the past 10,000 years ✤✤ Employs archaeological, linguistic, and biological evidence to demonstrate how migration has always been a vital and complex element in explaining the evolution of the human species

✤✤ Well illustrated with detailed maps READERSHIP: Archaeology students and academics; general interested readers

JUL 2013 • 272PP • 978-1-405-18908-8 • PR • £19.99 • €24.00 / 978-1-405-18909-5 • CL • £55.00 • €66.00

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Geography / History

Working Lives

Gender, Migration and Employment in Britain, 1945-2007

LINDA McDOWELL University of Oxford, UK

✤✤ Offers unique and compelling insights into the working lives of migrant women in the UK, drawing on more than two decades of in-depth research ✤✤ Includes compelling case studies that combine historical documentation of social change with fascinating first-hand accounts of women's working lives ✤✤ Features examples of professions ranging from healthcare and agriculture to banking and textiles  

✤✤ Combines theoretical rigour with empirical data and personal testimony, resulting in a first-rate analysis of labour market change in contemporary Britain READERSHIP: Upper-level undergraduates, faculty, and researchers in the fields of human geography, gender studies, migration studies, sociology of work, and socio-economic history SERIES: RGS-IBG BOOK SERIES

JUL 2013 • 272PP • 978-1-444-33918-5 • PR • £24.99 • €30.00 / 978-1-444-33919-2 • CL • £60.00 • €72.00

Material Politics

Disputes Along the Pipeline

ANDREW BARRY Oxford University, UK

✤✤ Presents an original theoretical approach to political geography ✤✤ Explores how political disputes have come to revolve not around objects in isolation, but objects entangled in ever-growing quantities of information about their performance, origins, and impact ✤✤ Studies the example of the Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan oil pipeline – a fascinating experiment in transparency and corporate social responsibility – and its widespread negative political impact  

✤✤ Capitalizes on the growing interdisciplinary interest, especially within geography and social theory, about the critical role of material artifacts in political life READERSHIP: Upper-level students, academics, and researchers in political geography and related courses SERIES: RGS-IBG BOOK SERIES

SEP 2013 • 272PP • 978-1-118-52912-6 • PR • £24.99 • €30.00 / 978-1-118-52911-9 • CL • £60.00 • €72.00

The Modern American Metropolis A Documentary Reader

EDITED BY DAVID FREUND University of Maryland, USA

The Modern American Metropolis

✤✤ Part of the Uncovering the Past series, which features primary documents with thorough introductions, endnotes, and student questions ✤✤ Includes over 70 primary documents that cover urban history from 1850 to the present ✤✤ Topics covered include commerce, migration, urban politics, consumption, and the rise of suburbia ✤✤ Concludes with a chapter on limits to urban growth, including green space and other environmental concerns

READERSHIP: Second-year undergraduates and above studying history, sociology, or urban planning SERIES: UNCOVERING THE PAST: DOCUMENTARY READERS IN AMERICAN HISTORY

AUG 2013 • 300PP • 978-1-444-33900-0 • PR • £21.99 • €26.40 / 978-1-444-33901-7 • CL • £55.00 • €66.00

Ohio

A History of the Buckeye State

KEVIN F. KERN & GREGORY S. WILSON Both University of Akron, USA

✤✤ Explores the breadth of Ohio's past, tracing the course of history from its earliest geological periods to the present day in an accessible, single-volume format ✤✤ Draws on the latest scholarship from history, archaeology, and political science, in order to present the most up-to-date, interdisciplinary history of the state currently available ✤✤ Includes thematic chapters focusing on major social, economic, and political trends  

✤✤ Illustrated with maps, drawings, and photographs READERSHIP: Undergraduate students of American history; professionals working in historical societies and museums; general interested readers

JUL 2013 • 500PP • 978-1-118-54843-1 • PR • £24.99 • €30.00 / 978-1-118-54829-5 • CL • £80.00 • €96.00

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History

The United States and Iraq Since 1990 A Brief History with Documents

ROBERT K. BRIGHAM Vassar College, USA

✤✤ Offers a concise history of US policy in Iraq since 1990 and an examination of the ways in which it has evolved over two decades ✤✤ Examines US relations with Iraq from both a regional and international perspective ✤✤ Uses recently declassified documents at the end of each chapter to illustrate US decision-making in the Iraq conflict READERSHIP: Students of American foreign policy, international relations, and US-Middle East relations

AUG 2013 • 336PP • 978-1-405-19899-8 • PR • £21.99 • €26.40 / 978-1-405-19898-1 • CL • £55.00 • €66.00

A Companion to Gerald R. Ford and Jimmy Carter EDITED BY SCOTT KAUFMAN Francis Marian University, USA

✤✤ Offers 30 state-of-the-field historiographical essays about American presidents Gerald R. Ford and Jimmy Carter ✤✤ Looks at both topical and chronological subject matter in both the domestic and international sphere ✤✤ Includes coverage of the wives and families of these presidents ✤✤ Provides a sense of the broader cultural, economic, military, social, and political atmosphere of the 1970s

READERSHIP: Students and scholars of contemporary American history and politics SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO AMERICAN HISTORY

SEP 2013 • 624PP • 978-1-444-34994-8 • CL • £120.00 • €144.00

A History of China MORRIS ROSSABI City University of New York, USA

✤✤ Offers a complete political, economic, social, and cultural history of China, covering the major events and trends ✤✤ Written in an uncomplicated style by a distinguished historian with over four decades of experience teaching undergraduates ✤✤ Examines Chinese history through the lens of global history to better understand how foreign influences affected domestic policies and practices READERSHIP: Undergraduate students enrolled on Chinese history, Central Asian history, and global history courses SERIES: BLACKWELL HISTORY OF THE WORLD

AUG 2013 • 464PP • 978-1-577-18113-2 • PR • £19.99 • €24.00 / 978-1-557-86078-1 • CL • £60.00 • €72.00

Science in the 20th Century and Beyond

new in paperback

polity

JON AGAR University of Cambridge, UK

✤✤ Much-needed overview of the history of science from 1900 to the present day ✤✤ Emphasises the crucial part that science has played in the bigger picture of twentieth century history, from Einstein's new physics to the Human Genome Project ✤✤ Considers the interplay between science and the political world READERSHIP: Undergraduate and postgraduate students of the history of science and technology. General readers interested in twentieth century history

SEP 2013 • 480PP • 978-0-745-63470-8 • PR • £14.99 • €19.20

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History / Classics

The Author's Hand and the Printer's Mind

polity

Transformations of the Written Word in Early Modern Europe

ROGER CHARTIER École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris, France

✤✤ This is a major new work from one of the world's leading historians of print culture and the book ✤✤ Chartier shows that, in the early history of the book, the roles played by the printer and the typesetter were just as important as the role played by the author: they were often invisible but they were crucial ✤✤ He draws on a wide range of examples such as Don Quixote and the works of Shakespeare  

READERSHIP: Graduate students and scholars in history, literature, drama and modern languages. General readers interested in history and literature

AUG 2013 • 224PP • 978-0-745-65602-1 • PR • £17.99 • €22.60 / 978-0-745-65601-4 • CL • £55.00 • €68.90

The Encyclopedia of Greek Tragedy

3 volume set

EDITED BY HANNA M. ROISMAN Colby College, USA

✤✤ First comprehensive reference work to cover all facets of the distinct form of dramatic theatre that flourished in ancient Greece in the 5th century BCE ✤✤ Over 1,400 entries covering the 32 extant plays and playwrights of the period, including their origins, cultural context, performance, and reception ✤✤ Accessible to both beginners and experts in the field ✤✤ Includes detailed cross-referencing for ease of navigation ✤✤ Available as a three-volume print set or in an easy-to-search online version READERSHIP: Undergraduate and postgraduate students, faculty, and researchers studying Greek tragedy within classics and literature

SEP 2013 • 1392PP • 978-1-444-33592-7 • CL INTRODUCTORY PRICE £299.00 • €358.80 VALID UNTIL 31st JAN 2014  LIST PRICE THEREAFTER £350.00 • €420.00

The Encyclopedia of the Roman Army

3 volume set

EDITED BY YANN LE BOHEC Université Paris Sorbonne-Paris IV, France

✤✤ A comprehensive three-volume reference to the armed forces deployed by ancient Rome during the Republic, Principate, and Late Antique periods ✤✤ Devotes special emphasis to the Imperial era – a period for which textual and archaeological evidence abounds, and a time during which the Roman army was at its peak ✤✤ Offers broad coverage of the Roman army, from the lives of individual soldiers, to military issues such as hierarchical command structure, tactics, strategy, and battles ✤✤ Explores broader themes relating to the military and Rome’s economy, politics, and religion ✤✤ Analyzes the Roman army from a modern historical perspective ✤✤ Includes contributions from some of the world’s most prestigious scholars and military historians, resulting in the definitive resource for one of the greatest military institutions in world history ✤✤ Available online or as a three-volume print set READERSHIP: Upper-level undergraduate and postgraduate students, Roman historians, and military historians

SEP 2013 • 1176PP • 978-1-405-17619-4 • CL INTRODUCTORY PRICE £299.00 • €358.80 VALID UNTIL END DECEMBER 2013; PRICE THEREAFTER £350.00 • €420.00

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Classics

Ramesside Inscriptions Volume III: Notes and Comments

EDITED BY BENEDICT G. DAVIES Independent writer

✤✤ An indispensable and extensive compendium of texts containing the personal monuments, documents, and memorials of all known officials from the reign of Ramesses II – from the most senior officials down to the workmen of Deir el-Medina ✤✤ Contains detailed biographical studies of the careers, achievements, and families of his principal courtiers, including records of personal achievements, allegiances, interaction with the divine, and forms of social obligation ✤✤ Includes a range of funerary texts offering a glimpse into forms of personal piety under Ramesses II

✤✤ The latest title in a respected series concerning the texts of the Ramesside Period of Ancient Egypt (c.1300-1100 BC) READERSHIP: Advanced students and scholars of Egyptology SERIES: RAMESSIDE INSCRIPTIONS NOTES

JUL 2013 • 624PP • 978-0-631-18436-2 • CL • £250.00 • €300.00

The Fall of the Roman Empire

new in paperback

Film and History

EDITED BY MARTIN M. WINKLER George Mason University, USA

✤✤ A critical re-evaluation of the 1964 epic film The Fall of the Roman Empire, directed by Anthony Mann, from historical, film-historical, and contemporary points of view ✤✤ Presents a collection of scholarly essays and classical sources on the period of Roman history that ancient and modern historians have considered to be the turning point toward the eventual fall of Rome ✤✤ Contains a short essay by director Anthony Mann ✤✤ Includes a map of the Roman Empire and film stills, as well as translations of the principal ancient sources, an extensive bibliography, and a chronology of events

READERSHIP: Undergraduate and graduate students of classics, Roman history, and film studies

JUL 2013 • 352PP • 978-1-118-58982-3 • PR • £27.99 • €33.60

Geography and Ethnography

new in paperback

Perceptions of the World in Pre-Modern Societies

EDITED BY KURT A. RAAFLAUB & RICHARD J. A. TALBERT Brown University, USA; University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA

✤✤ Presents the worldviews of a wide range of pre-modern societies, from antiquity through to the Age of Discovery ✤✤ Brings together in one volume the leading scholars on numerous pre-modern cultures ✤✤ Provides cross-cultural comparison of ancient societies, from the Chinese to the Incas and Aztecs, the Greeks and Romans to the peoples of ancient India ✤✤ Explores newly discovered medieval Islamic materials

READERSHIP: Postgraduate students and scholars in ancient history and cultural and historical geography SERIES: ANCIENT WORLD: COMPARATIVE HISTORIES

JUL 2013 • 376PP • 978-1-118-58985-4 • PR • £27.99 • €33.60

Wiley’s Real Latin Learning Latin from the Source

ROBERT MALTBY & KENNETH BELCHER Both University of Leeds, UK

✤✤ An innovative and fully-illustrated beginner’s guide to Latin grammar, using examples taken from the Classical Latin canon to communicate the essentials of this language ✤✤ Translation exercises draw on a variety of sources, including political speeches, letters, history, poetry, and plays, and from authors including Julius Caesar, Cicero, Virgil, Catullus, Ovid, and Plautus ✤✤ Offers excellent preparation for students about to immerse themselves in the great works of Classical Latin literature ✤✤ Features a variety of engaging and informative features to help readers practice and contextualize lessons; a companion website also provides additional exercises and drills for students and teachers

READERSHIP: First-year undergraduates studying Latin within classics or Greek language and history courses

JUL 2013 • 392PP • 978-0-470-65507-8 • PR • £19.99 • €24.00 / 978-0-470-65506-1 • CL • £55.00 • €66.00

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Classics

A Companion to Sport and Spectacle in Greek and Roman Antiquity EDITED BY PAUL CHRISTESEN & DONALD G. KYLE Dartmouth College, USA; University of Texas at Arlington, USA

✤✤ Applies a socio-historical perspective to the fascinating and myriad aspects of ancient sport and spectacle ✤✤ Addresses core themes including class, gender, ethnicity, religion, and violence ✤✤ Focuses on the status and roles of participants, organizers, and spectators within ancient sport ✤✤ Features original contributions from leading Classical antiquity scholars  

READERSHIP: Upper-level undergraduates, postgraduates, classicists, and researchers studying sport and culture within Greek and Roman Antiquity SERIES: BLACKWELL COMPANIONS TO THE ANCIENT WORLD

AUG 2013 • 560PP • 978-1-444-33952-9 • CL • £120.00 • €144.00

A History of the Archaic Greek World, ca. 1200-479 BCE

NEW EDITION

2nd Edition

JONATHAN M. HALL University of Chicago, USA

✤✤ Newly updated and expanded textbook providing thematic coverage of the years 1200–479 BCE ✤✤ Revisits evidence from the period with a critical and analytical eye, offering the reader the opportunity to investigate at first hand this crucial and formative period of Greek history  

✤✤ Casts new light on traditional themes, such as the rise of the city-state, colonization, citizen militias, the origins of egalitarianism, and the emergence of a self-conscious Greek identity READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate and postgraduate students in courses on Archaic Greece, or more broadly, Greek history SERIES: BLACKWELL HISTORY OF THE ANCIENT WORLD

AUG 2013 • 392PP • 978-1-118-30127-2 • PR • £24.99 • €30.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-631-22668-0

Sexuality in Greek and Roman Culture

NEW EDITION

2nd Edition

MARILYN B. SKINNER University of Arizona, USA

✤✤ Revised and extended second edition of this respected introduction to sexuality in ancient Greece and Rome ✤✤ Now offers extended coverage into the Christian era ✤✤ Combines fascinating detail from a range of literary, artistic, and archaeological sources with engaging and insightful commentary  

✤✤ Adds historical perspective to contemporary sexual mores and gender attitudes, drawing parallels between the two READERSHIP: Second-year undergraduates studying gender, sexuality, and society within classics, gender studies or ancient history SERIES: ANCIENT CULTURES

AUG 2013 • 456PP • 978-1-444-34986-3 • PR • £26.99 • €32.40 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-631-23234-6

Roman Letters

An Anthology

EDITED BY NOELLE ZEINER-CARMICHAEL College of Charleston, USA

✤✤ Offers a diverse and rich selection of original translations of ancient Roman letters spanning from the 1st century BCE to the 2nd century CE ✤✤ Covers themes including death, literary production, entertainment, dining, politics, and philosophy ✤✤ Explores a wide range of genres, such as translations of prose and verse, and a broad selection of writers, including canonical epistolary authors such as Cicero, Ovid, and Pliny the Younger  

✤✤ Accessibly structured so that letters are arranged thematically READERSHIP: Students, faculty, and researchers of ancient Rome within departments of classics and literature

SEP 2013 • 204PP • 978-1-444-33951-2 • PR • £19.99 • €24.00 / 978-1-444-33950-5 • CL • £60.00 • €72.00  

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3 volume set

Psychology

The Encyclopedia of Cross-Cultural Psychology EDITED BY KENNETH D. KEITH University of San Diego, USA

✤✤ A comprehensive collection of information relating to the fields of crosscultural, cultural, and indigenous psychology contributed by scientists and scholars from around the world ✤✤ Over 600 entries, including biographies of 135 key people from the fields of cross-cultural, cultural, and indigenous psychology ✤✤ Contains a general chronological timeline including both historical and literary key moments ✤✤ Includes coverage on ethnocentrism; distortions of diagnostic judgment; psychology of Arabs, Russians, Filipinos, and other ethnicities; obedience; and more ✤✤ Available as a three-volume print set or in an easy-to-search online version READERSHIP: Libraries, academics, and researchers in cultural, cross-cultural, and indigenous psychology

  SEP 2013 • 1500PP • 978-0-470-67126-9 • CL INTRODUCTORY PRICE £299.00 • €358.80 VALID UNTIL 31st DECEMBER 2013; PRICE THEREAFTER £350.00 • €420.00 www.crossculturalencyclopedia.com 

An Introduction to Work Psychology EDITED BY MARIA C. PEETERS, TOON T. TARIS & JAN DE JONGE Utrecht University, The Netherlands; Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands; Utrecht University, The Netherlands

✤✤ An undergraduate introduction to the field of work organizational psychology ✤✤ Covers topics such as working times, job stress models, performance and recovery ✤✤ International list of expert contributors

An Introduction to Work Psychology

✤✤ Each chapter presents at least one brief practice box in which practical examples are given, several key points for practitioners, and a list points for discussion READERSHIP: Undergraduate students in work and organizational psychology; postgraduate students in related fields – including ergonomics and human factors, applied social psychology, psycho-social medicine, occupational health, health sciences, industrial engineering, clinical psychology, business administration, and management science

  

SEP 2013 • 240PP • 978-1-119-94553-6 • PR • £29.99 • €36.00 / 978-1-119-94552-9 • CL • £65.00 • €78.00

The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Operant and Classical Conditioning EDITED BY FRANCES K. MCSWEENEY & ERIC S. MURPHY Washington State University, USA; University of Alaska, Anchorage, USA

✤✤ Provides comprehensive coverage of operant and classical conditioning, relevant fundamental theory, and applications including the latest techniques ✤✤ Features chapters by leading researchers, professionals, and academics ✤✤ Reviews a range of core literature on conditioning ✤✤ Covers topics of growing interest, such as behavioral economics, phobias, and behavioral pharmacology

READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates and postgraduate students of psychology, behavior analysis, applied behavior analysis, and educational psychology; academics, researchers, and professionals in classical conditioning, behavior analysis, and applied behavior analysis

JUL 2013 • 750PP • 978-1-118-46818-0 • CL • £120.00 • €144.00

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Psychology

The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook on the Psychology of Violence Edited by CARLOS A. CUEVAS & CALLIE MARIE RENNISON Northeastern University, USA; University of Colorado at Denver, USA

✤✤ Covers a broad range of topics relating to all aspects of violence ✤✤ Features contributions from an interdisciplinary cast of scholars ✤✤ Offers coverage of current issues relating to violence, such as online violence and cybercriminal behaviour ✤✤ Includes a section on understudied and underserved populations  

READERSHIP: Postgraduate students taking courses related to violence, family violence, psychology, criminology/criminal justice, sociology, social work, or public health; also for researchers and practitioners in law enforcement, criminology, psychology, social work, law, policymakers, advocates, and medical professionals

SEP 2013 • 600PP • 978-1-118-30315-3 • CL • £120.00 • €144.00

Emerging Perspectives on Substance Misuse WILLM MISTRAL University of Bath, UK

✤✤ Comprises chapters from internationally well-known academics and practitioners representing a range of different specializations and perspectives in the field ✤✤ Presents a wide range of emerging evidence-based perspectives ✤✤ Includes content relevant for researchers, practitioners, and policy makers who work with individuals or policy related to drug and alcohol misuse  

✤✤ A number of the contributors have advised governments in the UK as well as abroad, and are regularly referenced in academic texts as well as the news media READERSHIP: Professionals charged with devising and delivering policies and interventions to reduce alcohol and drug-related harm; academics in psychology, health, and social policy

AUG 2013 • 200PP • 978-1-118-30212-5 • PR • £31.99 • €38.40 / 978-1-118-30664-2 • CL • £70.00 • €84.00

The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Children's Memory

The WileyBlackwell Handbook of Children's Memory

2 volume set

EDITED BY PATRICIA BAUER & ROBYN FIVUSH Both Emory University, USA

✤✤ The first volume in which critical topics in memory development are covered from multiple perspectives, from infancy through adolescence ✤✤ Edited by two of the world's leading developmental memory experts ✤✤ Discusses the importance of a developmental perspective on the study of memory ✤✤ Each section has an introduction written by one of the editors, as well as an overall introduction that places the work in historical and contemporary contexts in cognitive and developmental psychology

READERSHIP: Academics and researchers, specializing in memory, developmental psychology or science, cognitive psychology or science, or cognitive neuroscience across the lifespan

SEP 2013 • 1104PP • 2 VOL SET • 978-1-119-99399-5 • CL INTRODUCTORY PRICE £199.00 • €238.80; VALID UNTIL JANUARY 31ST 2014. PRICE THEREAFTER £235.00 • €282.00

The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Transpersonal Psychology EDITED BY HARRIS FRIEDMAN University of Florida, USA

✤✤ Features the work of more than 50 leading voices in the field ✤✤ Includes emerging and established perspectives ✤✤ Charts the breadth and diversity of the transpersonal landscape ✤✤ Covers topics including shamanism, neurobiology, holotropism, and transpersonal experiences  

READERSHIP: Postgraduate students in relevant academic and clinical programs, including transpersonal, humanistic, holistic, somatic, and integral psychology; advanced students in spiritual and contemplative disciplines

AUG 2013 • 864PP • 978-1-119-96755-2 • CL • £120.00 • €144.00

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Beyond Prejudice and Racism

JAMES M. JONES, JOHN F. DOVIDIO & DEBORAH L. VIETZE University of Delaware, USA; University of Connecticut, USA; City University of New York, USA

✤✤ Goes beyond prejudice and discrimination to discuss the personal and social implications of diversity for both majority and minority group members ✤✤ Considers how historical, political, economic, and societal factors shape the way people think about and respond to diversity ✤✤ Explains why discrimination leads to bias at all levels in society – interpersonal, institutional, cultural, and social ✤✤ Includes helpful study tools throughout the text as well as an online instructor's manual

  

READERSHIP: Undergraduate students of psychology, especially in the areas of prejudice and diversity; general education courses on multiculturalism and diversity

JUL 2013 • 352PP • 978-1-405-16214-2 • PR • £23.99 • €28.80 / 978-1-405-16213-5 • CL • £65.00 • €78.00

Psychology

The Psychology of Diversity

Children’s Moral Lives An Ethnographic and Psychological Approach

RUTH WOODS Canterbury Christ Church University, UK

✤✤ The first ethnography of childhood to focus on children’s morality in the peer group ✤✤ Offers a close-up view of the moral issues children deal with in their everyday school lives ✤✤ Case studies shed light on the psychological, social and cultural processes by which children and adults reach starkly different moral judgments of the same situations ✤✤ Combines qualitative insights and quantitative data into recommendations for practice READERSHIP: Researchers and students in psychology, education, sociology and anthropology; professionals including educational and school psychologists, teachers, and clinical and forensic child psychologists

AUG 2013 • 228PP • 978-1-119-97421-5 • PR • £29.99 • €36.00 / 978-1-119-97422-2 • CL • £65.00 • €78.00

The Development of Mirror Self-Recognition in Different Sociocultural Contexts JOSCHA KARTNER, HEIDI KELLER, NANDITA CHAUDHARY & RELINDIS YOVSI ✤✤ Traces the development of mirror self-recognition (MSR) as an index of toddlers’ sense of themselves and others as autonomous intentional agents ✤✤ A total of 276 toddlers participated in the study and were assessed over 6 weeks ✤✤ Indicates that MSR increased with age in all sociocultural contexts ✤✤ Enhances current understanding of development, by adding one more puzzle piece to the emerging picture of culture-specific developmental pathways

READERSHIP: Researchers and professionals working in the field of education, childhood studies, and developmental psychology SERIES: MONOGRAPHS OF THE SOCIETY FOR RESEARCH IN CHILD DEVELOPMENT

JAN 2013 • 200PP • 978-1-118-59685-2 • PR • £26.95 • €32.30

How Things Work The Physics of Everyday Life 5th Edition

LOUIS A. BLOOMFIELD The University of Virginia, USA

✤✤ Offers instructors a powerful tool for demonstrating the excitement and relevance of physics to nonscience students ✤✤ Uses familiar everyday objects – bicycles, light bulbs, guitars, microwave ovens, etc. – to introduce basic physics concepts ✤✤ Allows students to more readily see the relevance of physics in their daily lives ✤✤ The laws and equations of physics are presented in three different forms: a word equation, identifying each physical quantity by name to avoid any ambiguities, a symbolic equation, using the standard format and notation and a sentence that conveys the meaning of the equation in simple terms and often by example

READERSHIP: Undergraduate level students for introductory physics courses that emphasize concepts and require relatively little mathematics

MAR 2013 • 592PP • 978-1-118-23776-2 • PR • £47.99 • €57.60 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-22399-4

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Psychology

Psychology and the Challenges of Life Adjustment and Growth 12th Edition

JEFFREY S. NEVID & SPENCER A. RATHUS St. John's University; Montclair State University, USA

✤✤ Applies psychological principles to aid readers in meeting the challenges they face in their daily lives, to solve problems, and to reach their individual potentials ✤✤ Communicates the scientific nature of psychology through coverage of research methods, and the review of classic and current studies in the field  

✤✤ Integrated coverage of human diversity throughout the text ✤✤ ‘Psychology in Daily Life’ modules help students see how psychological knowledge discussed in the chapter applies to problems and issues of modern life READERSHIP:Undergraduate students studying Introductory Psychology

MAR 2013 • 624PP • 978-1-118-37036-0 • CL • £137.00 • €164.80 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-38362-9

Work in the 21st Century

An Introduction to Industrial and Organizational Psychology 4th Edition

FRANK J. LANDY & JEFFREY M. CONTE San Diego State University, USA

✤✤ Features self-contained sections within chapters, for maximum teaching flexibility ✤✤ Includes the Five Factor Theory of Personality, the Big Eight theory of competencies, emotional intelligence, culture and emotions, genetics and job satisfaction, achieving balance between work and non-work, stress and violence, and more  

✤✤ The text emphasizes critical thinking, and the Instructor's Manual includes critical thinking questions ✤✤ Case Studies and Boxes provide concrete, contemporary examples of the issues involved in work and behavior in various applied settings READERSHIP: Undergraduate students studying Industrial and Organizational Psychology

JAN 2013 • 720PP • 978-1-118-29120-7 • CL • £44.99 • €54.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-19025-1

Social Development 2nd Edition

ROSS D. PARKE University of California, Riverside, USA

Social Development

✤✤ Presents a comprehensive, scholarly, engaging, and up-to-date treatment of theoretical insights and empirical findings in the field of social development ✤✤ Highlights cultural variations from around the world and within our own society ✤✤ Emphasizes the biological underpinnings within the field of social development, and discusses research on the cutting edge of the field to capture the excitement of recent advances in this area

✤✤ Includes detailed case studies to illustrate year-long programs and supplement imbedded activities READERSHIP: Undergraduate students studying developmental psychology

SEP 2013 • 592PP • 978-1-118-42518-3 • CL • £132.00 • €158.40 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-59905-1

Understanding Emotions

3rd Edition

KEITH OATLEY, DACHER KELTNER & JENNIFER M. JENKINS University of Toronto; University of California, Berkeley; University of Toronto

✤✤ Offers a coherent and logical sequence in a revised and updated new edition ✤✤ Emphasizes the value of emotions and explores the latest research with practical concern for clinical problems, education and everyday understanding ✤✤ Extends across a broad range of disciplines and covers the entire lifespan from infancy to adulthood  

✤✤ Includes sections on the study of emotion, the different elements of emotion, evidence of how emotions govern and organize social life, and emotion and individual functioning, including psychological disorder and well-being READERSHIP: Undergraduate students studying emotional psychology

MAR 2013 • 485PP • 978-1-118-14743-6 • PR • £34.99 • €42.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-13103-2

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A Student Guide to Conducting Psychological Research 3rd Edition

DANA S. DUNN Moravian College, USA

✤✤ New ‘Doing Research’ decision trees open each chapter and guide students through the active learning exercises that inform the research process ✤✤ ‘Research Foundations’ boxes explore common issues encountered by researchers and use examples to bring research to life ✤✤ Over 40 ‘Active Learning Exercises’ help students build practical skills ✤✤ ‘Generating Research Ideas’ section provides easy to follow guidelines for developing ideas by using free writing, keeping a research notebook, or brainstorming research ideas alone or as a research team

READERSHIP: Undergraduate students studying Psychological Research Methods

FEB 2013 • 429PP • 978-1-118-36004-0 • PR • £29.99 • €36.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-16885-4

Research Methods for Social Psychology 2nd Edition

DANA S. DUNN Moravian College

✤✤ Active learning activities on social psychology in each chapter, as well as thought exercises at the end of each chapter ✤✤ Guidance on developing social psychology research topics, advice on ethics reviews of research projects, instructions on how to design independent and dependent variables, and assistance with performing a post-experimental interviews with participants ✤✤ A standalone chapter on basic data analysis, in addition to directions for putting statistical results into words

✤✤ Guidance on writing APA-style summaries of social psychology experiments

EDUCATION / Psychology

The Practical Researcher

READERSHIP: Undergraduate students studying Social Psychology

FEB 2013 • 392PP • 978-1-118-40605-2 • CL • £34.99 • €42.00

Classroom Management: Creating a Successful K-12 Learning Community 5th Edition

PAUL BURDEN Kansas State University, USA

✤✤ Offers a practical guide to classroom management ✤✤ This invaluable resource will not only help educators learn how to build positive classroom communities, but also outlines methods for involving students in the creation of their learning environment ✤✤ Updated to include a new chapter on communication skills for teaching

✤✤ Incorporates Classroom Case Studies in each chapter, and includes updates using the latest management research in several chapters READERSHIP: Trainee teachers

FEB 2013 • 297PP • 978-1-118-36006-4 • PR • £78.50 • €93.60 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-52279-0

Multicultural Education Issues and Perspectives 8th Edition

JAMES A. BANKS & CHERRY A. MCGEE BANKS Seattle, United States

✤✤ Designed to help current and future educators acquire the concepts, paradigms, and explanations needed to become more effective practitioners in culturally, racially, and linguistically diverse classrooms and schools ✤✤ Two new sections to the Multicultural Resources include “Special Education and Equity,” and “Gifted Education and Equity” ✤✤ The Multicultural Resources in the Appendix have also been revised and updated and the Glossary has been revised to incorporate new developments in the field

READERSHIP: Trainee teachers

MAR 2013 • 384PP • 978-1-118-36008-8 • PR • £99.50 • €119.20 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-48328-2

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EDUCATION

Educational Testing and Measurement

Classroom Application and Practice 10th Edition

TOM KUBISZYN & GARY D. BORICH ✤✤ An accessible, reader-friendly resource that equips educators with practical testing strategies for today's challenging educational environmental ✤✤ It integrates up-to-date research on international testing programs and how they compare to performance of American students

✤✤ The text also expands on competency testing for teachers to include a number of recent developments that will be helpful to teachers in training READERSHIP: Trainee teachers

MAR 2013 • 492PP • 978-1-118-46649-0 • PR • £114.00 • €136.80 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-52281-3

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Student

Obstetrics and Gynecology at a Glance 4th Edition

ERROL R. NORWITZ & JOHN O. SCHORGE Tufts University School of Medicine; Massachusetts General Hospital

✤✤ A succinct, highly illustrated review of the relevant information required on the obstetrics and gynaecology rotation ✤✤ Each topic is covered in a double page spread, packed with charts, graphs, and photographs ✤✤ Includes updated sections on reproductive endocrinology, infertility and urogynaecology ✤✤ Now accompanied by a companion website featuring MCQs and flashcards of the images from the book  

READERSHIP: Undergraduate medical students, junior doctors, nurses, and midwives SERIES: AT A GLANCE

AUG 2013 • 176PP • 978-1-118-34173-5 • PR • £24.99 • €28.80 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-18324-6

Lecture Notes Diseases of the Ear, Nose and Throat 11th Edition

RAY CLARKE & PETER D. BULL Royal Liverpool Children's Hospital; Royal Hallamshire Hospital, Sheffield

✤✤ This fully updated new edition covers the basic science, pathophysiology, clinical diagnosis and management of the ear, nose and throat ✤✤ Includes two brand new sections on ENT emergencies and maxillofacial surgery ✤✤ Features clinical practice points that emphasise the clinical application of knowledge  

✤✤ Now accompanied by a companion website featuring MCQs, key revision point documents, and suggestions for further resources READERSHIP: Undergraduate medical students, junior doctors, and GPs SERIES: LECTURE NOTES

SEP 2013 • 224PP • 978-0-470-65501-6 • PR • £23.99 • €28.80 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-14508-4

Lecture Notes Clinical Biochemistry 9th Edition

Simon W. Walker, Geoffrey J. Beckett, Peter Rae & Peter Ashby The Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh; University of Edinburgh; The Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh; Western General Hospital, Edinburgh

✤✤ Contains exactly the right amount of information to help students and foundation year doctors understand and apply the principles of biochemical diagnostics ✤✤ Presents biochemical scientific principles in a clinical setting with the use of case studies to clearly demonstrate knowledge application ✤✤ Present tests, reasoning, and biochemical processes, for quick reference and understanding  

✤✤ Brand new companion website features downloadable summary slides for revision and self-assessment READERSHIP: Undergraduate medical students and Foundation Programme junior doctors SERIES: LECTURE NOTES

SEP 2013 • 352PP • 978-1-118-27213-8 • PR • £29.99 • €34.40 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-19305-4

Lecture Notes Tropical Medicine 7th Edition

GEOFF GILL & NICK BEECHING Both at Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine

✤✤ A brand new edition of this best-selling tropical medicine textbook ✤✤ Features brand new chapters covering Ophthalmology and Neglected Tropical Diseases, and summaries at the end of each chapter ✤✤ Includes full colour illustrations and photographs for greater clarity, relevance and understanding ✤✤ Fully supported by a companion website containing self-assessment and images from the book  

READERSHIP: Undergraduate and postgraduate medical students on tropical medicine courses, and students taking a tropical medicine elective SERIES: LECTURE NOTES

SEP 2013 • 420PP • 978-0-470-65853-6 • PR • £25.99 • €32.30 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-18048-1

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13th Edition Applied Anatomy for Students and Junior Doctors

HAROLD ELLIS & VISHY MAHADEVAN Guy's, King's and St Thomas’ School of Biomedical Sciences, London, and Emeritus Charing Cross and Westminster Medical School, London; Royal College of Surgeons of England

✤✤ A detailed, easy-to-follow structured text, accompanied by clear diagrams, from one of the great teachers of anatomy ✤✤ Now features photographs overlaid with anatomical illustrations to reveal detailed surface anatomy ✤✤ Includes new illustrations for greater clarity, relevance and understanding ✤✤ Accompanied by a companion website with digital flashcards of all the illustrations and photographs from the book

READERSHIP: Undergraduate medical students, junior doctors, surgical nurses, physiotherapists, and osteopaths, and candidates of the Royal College of Surgeon's Exam

SEP 2013 • 512PP • 978-1-118-37377-4 • PR • £39.99 • €48.10 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-4051-8617-9

Essential Simulation in Clinical Education KIRSTY FORREST, JUDY MCKIMM & SIMON EDGAR The Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust; University of Auckland; Edinburgh University

✤✤ The first real simulation guide for clinical educators, edited by, with contributions from, leading world-wide experts ✤✤ Provides both a theoretical and practical introduction, offering strategies for successful use of simulators ✤✤ A pedagogically-driven resource containing chapter overviews, summaries and examples of best practice throughout ✤✤ Presents simulation scenarios that are relevant to the ‘real world’ so that student can transfer the learning into the clinical context

READERSHIP: All teachers of medical, dental, and nursing undergraduates and postgraduates and other health care professionals SERIES: ESSENTIALS

SEP 2013 • 288PP • 978-0-470-67116-0 • PR • £44.99 • €56.00

How to Perform Clinical Procedures for Medical Students and Foundation Doctors

General Medicine / Student

Clinical Anatomy

MATTHEW STEPHENSON, Joshua Shur & John Black Senior Surgical Registrar, South East Thames Rotation; Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust; King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

✤✤ Features 43 of the most common practical procedures likely to encountered as a medical student up to Foundation Year 2 and beyond ✤✤ Each procedure is performed by a clinician on a real patient in a real clinical scenario, with step-bystep commentary, with a list of OSCE points ticked off on screen as they are completed ✤✤ Carefully explains each procedure along with indications, contraindications, complications and tips, and the OSCE scoring sheet

READERSHIP: Medical students, junior doctors and nurses

JUL 2013 • 192PP • 978-0-470-65858-1 • PR • £59.99 • €72.00

How to Manage Dementia in General Practice NICHOLAS CLARKE, DENZIL EDWARDS & FARINE CLARKE Spire Tunbridge Wells Hospital; Kent and Medway NHS and Social Care Partnership Trust, UK; Leading UK magazine publishing companies, London, UK

✤✤ A practical guide for health professionals managing patients with dementia ✤✤ Provides a clear and concise guide to each stage in the management of a patient with dementia ✤✤ Covers the complex issues surrounding dementia such as spouses and families, access to appropriate care, legal and ethical concerns, planning for the future and ˜living well' ✤✤ Includes the decision making process on initiating treatment, guidance on how best to access the available services provided

READERSHIP: GPs, GP registrars, geriatricians, primary health care professionals

SEP 2013 • 152PP • 978-1-118-35225-0 • PR • £24.99 • €31.80

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General Medicine / EBM

ABC of Cancer Care CARLO PALMIERI, RICHARD SIMCOCK & ESTHER BIRD Imperial College London, UK; Royal Sussex County Hospital, UK; Silverdale Surgery, West Sussex, UK

✤✤ A new addition to the popular, reader-friendly, full colour ABC series

ABC of Cancer Care

✤✤ Gives a solid basis for the understanding of the common modalities of cancer care, indications and toxicities ✤✤ Provides coverage of the diagnosis, management, treatment and ongoing surveillance of common cancers within the multidisciplinary context of primary care ✤✤ Written by a multidiscipline contributor team

READERSHIP: General practitioners, practice nurses, cancer care nurses, surgeons and oncologists in training, medical students SERIES: ABC SERIES

SEP 2013 • 88PP • 978-0-470-67440-6 • PR • £21.99 • €27.80

Understanding Clinical Papers DAVID BOWERS, ALLAN HOUSE, DAVID OWENS & BRIDGETTE BEWICK The Nuffield Institute of Health, University of Leeds and Leeds General Infirmary, UK; School of Medicine, University of Leeds, UK; School of Medicine, University of Leeds, UK

✤✤ New edition of a successful introduction to interpreting clinical papers

Understanding Clinical Papers

✤✤ Provides concise chapters for rapid reading and understanding ✤✤ Uses original papers as examples throughout to illustrate how to understand and evaluate published research ✤✤ Includes information on qualitative research throughout

READERSHIP: All medical professionals, nurses and allied health professionals, medical students

SEP 2013 • 280PP • 978-1-118-23282-8 • PR • £32.99 • €40.90

MRI of Tissues with Short T2s or T2*s GRAEME M.BYDDER, IAN R.YOUNG & GARY FULLERTON UC San Diego, USA; University of Colorado, USA

✤✤ The first book on UTE ✤✤ Edited by the main developers and inventors of the technique ✤✤ All major MRI companies are working on UTE, including Philips, Siemens and GE Healthcare ✤✤ Opens new techniques for obtaining images from the nervous system, from bones, calcifications in the cardiovascular system, etc  

READERSHIP: All researchers and radiologists involved with UTE SERIES: EMR BOOKS

DEC 2012 • 500PP • 978-0-470-68835-9 • CL • £120.00 • €145.40

Medicine's Best Kept Secret

The People, the Power and the Passion behind The Cochrane Collaboration

Alan Cassels School of Health Information Sciences, University of Victoria, Canada

Medicine's Best Kept Secret

✤✤ Brings the Cochrane Collaboration to life through the stories of its creators and contributors ✤✤ Tells the compelling, sometimes quirky, occasionally profound stories of the Collaboration’s social history ✤✤ Crafts a narrative about the Collaboration's history and successes based on interviews, commentators, users, critics and others who have a perspective over the last twenty years

✤✤ Written in a factual, engaging, interesting and thought-provoking style ✤✤ Will surprise readers with previously unknown facts about the Cochrane Collaboration and modern health care READERSHIP: All medical professionals interested in the social history of the Cochrane Collaboration SERIES: CBS – COCHRANE BOOK SERIES

SEP 2013 • 224PP • 978-1-118-54685-7 • PR • £16.99 • €21.10

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2nd Edition

BARBARA B. STANLEY & BETH B. BRODSKY Both at Department of Psychiatry, Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, USA

✤✤ Provide a clear, comprehensive summary of DBT principles and techniques illustrated with rich clinical vignettes ✤✤ Presents concrete strategies and techniques for managing suicidal patients in outpatient settings

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy Basics

✤✤ Illustrates how the dialectic philosophy underlies each DBT intervention, and how integral this way of thinking is to the effective practice of DBT

✤✤ Written by internationally recognized experts in suicide, self-injury and borderline personality disorder READERSHIP: Psychotherapists in private practice and in clinical settings, including psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, occupational therapists and other mental health practitioners

JUL 2013 • 248PP • 978-1-119-96893-1 • PR • £32.50 • €41.90

Improving Mental Health Care The Global Challenge

GRAHAM THORNICROFT King's College, London, UK

✤✤ Presents evidence from scientific research about care and treatment for people with mental illness in community settings ✤✤ Written by many of the world's leading practitioners in the delivery of mental health care ✤✤ Provides structured accounts, extensively referenced, with critical appraisals of the strength of the evidence and the robustness of the conclusions that can be drawn READERSHIP: Psychiatrists and policy makers in mental health and service planning. Researchers in the areas of psycho-social treatments in mental health, mental health services research, and programme and systems evaluation

SEP 2013 • 448PP • 978-1-118-33797-4 • CL • £74.99 • €97.90

Neurology / Psychiatry

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy Basics

Dementia JOSEPH QUINN ✤✤ Part of the Neurology in Practice series ✤✤ A clinical ‘in the office’ / ‘at the bedside’ guide

Dementia

READERSHIP: Neurologists, psychiatrists, gerontologists SERIES: NIP – NEUROLOGY IN PRACTICE

AUG 2013 • 252PP • 978-0-470-67424-6 • PR • £51.99 • €66.10

Headache RICHARD LIPTON, MATTHEW ROBINS & BRIAN M. GROSBERG ✤✤ Headache is one of the most common medical symptoms ✤✤ Part of the Neurology in Practice series ✤✤ A clinical ‘in the office’ / ‘at the bedside’ guide ✤✤ Contains Algorithms and guidelines READERSHIP: Neurologists SERIES: NIP – NEUROLOGY IN PRACTICE

SEP 2013 • 252PP • 978-0-470-65472-9 • PR • £47.99 • €57.60  

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Cardiology/ Endocrinology / Obstetrics & Gynecology

Echocardiography in the Urgent Care Setting VLADIMIR FRIDMAN & MARIO GARCIASUNY Downstate Medical Hospital, New York, US; Mt Sinai Medical Center, New York, US

✤✤ Provides step-by-step guidance to help accurately diagnose cardiac conditions commonly encountered in the emergency department and other acute settings ✤✤ Covers all the essentials of echocardiography from ultrasound basics through to basic calculations ✤✤ Companion website with 30 downloadable video clips ✤✤ Authored by frontline clinicians with extensive emergency care experience READERSHIP: Echocardiography trainees and ultrasound technicians  

JUN 2013 • 288PP • 978-0-470-65997-7 • PR • £44.99 • €56.40

Field Guide to the Arrhythmias ELLIS LADER New York University School of Medicine, US

✤✤ A thoroughly original approach to teaching arrhythmia identification via electrocardiograms ✤✤ Organized like a naturalist’s “field guide” ✤✤ Uses humor to teach this complex, often confusing subject ✤✤ Authored by a popular medical educator who has applied this technique with great success with his own students at a major teaching hospital READERSHIP: Medical students, nurses, residents, fellows and trainees in internal medicine sub-specialties  

JUL 2013 • 176PP • 978-1-118-38609-5 • PR • £22.50 • €28.00  

Practical Manual of Clinical Obesity ROBERT KUSHNER, VICTOR LAWRENCE & SUDHESH KUMAR University of Warwick, UK

✤✤ Concise, practical and very accessible guide to a huge medical problem area ✤✤ 2-3 case histories in each chapter ✤✤ Key points and potential pitfalls boxes in each chapter, as well as separate boxes highlighting key clinical trials and weblinks ✤✤ Contains MCQs to help self-assessment of clinical skills ✤✤ International author team from the US, UK and Australia  

READERSHIP: Trainees in endocrinology/metabolic disease/diabetes. Specialist nurses in obesity/diabetes/endocrinology

JUN 2013 • 208PP • 978-0-470-65476-7 • PR • £42.99 • €53.60

Recurrent Pregnancy Loss OLE BJARNE CHRISTIANSEN MD, PhD, Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Fertility Clinic, Rigshospitalet, Copenhagen, Denmark

✤✤ Clinical ‘in the office’ / ‘at the bedside’ guide

Recurrent Pregnancy Loss

✤✤ Algorithms and guidelines ✤✤ ‘Tips and Tricks' boxes – hints on improving outcomes perhaps via practical technique, patient questioning etc ✤✤ ‘Caution' warning boxes – hints on avoiding problems, perhaps via contraindications

✤✤ ‘Science Revisited' – quick reminder of the basic science principles necessary for understanding READERSHIP: Primarily for office-based gynecologists and trainee gynecologists SERIES: GIP – GYNAECOLOGY IN PRACTICE

SEP 2013 • 252PP • 978-0-470-67294-5 • PR • £54.99 • €66.00

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Body Contouring and Cellulite Control

MATTHEW AVRAM Assistant Professor of Dermatology at Harvard Medical School

✤✤ Offers a practical approach to implementing fat removal ✤✤ Includes both invasive and non-invasive techniques ✤✤ Written by one of the world's leading dermatologists READERSHIP: Cosmetic dermatologists, plastic surgeons, aesthetic medical practitioners

AUG 2013 • 252PP • 978-1-444-33428-9 • CL • £89.99 • €108.00

Botulinum Toxins in Dermatology

Dermatology

Fat Removal

Cosmetic and Clinical Applications

EDITOR JOEL L. COHEN ✤✤ Best practice on the contemporary use of botulinum toxin in combination with other therapies ✤✤ Includes a DVD to illustrate how toxins should be used for best results for patients in a range of situations ✤✤ Practical and comprehensive – toxins, applications and techniques READERSHIP: Dermatologists and trainee dermatologists

SEP 2013 • 400PP • 978-1-444-33825-6 • CL • £124.99 • €150.00  

Acne

Causes and Practical Management

F. WILLIAM DANBY ✤✤ Covers all acne presentations ✤✤ Holistic view of causes

Acne

✤✤ Preventative and curative approaches to treatment ✤✤ Medical and surgical components to management ✤✤ Enables dermatologists and trainees to properly diagnose, prevent and treat acne using the most widely available approaches to understanding causation and treatment options

READERSHIP: Primary: dermatologists and dermatology trainees; secondary: general and family practitioners, gynecologists, cosmetic surgeons

SEP 2013 • 288PP • 978-1-118-23277-4 • CL • £79.98 • €91.60

Cosmeceuticals and Cosmetic Practice PATRICIA K. FARRIS Medical Director, Old Metairie Dermatology, New Orleans and Assistant Clinical Professor, Tulane University Medical School

✤✤ New concepts on moisturization, barrier repair and their role in disease prevention ✤✤ Innovative cosmeceuticals based on newly defined anti-aging strategies: sirtuin activation, anti-glycation and stem cell technology ✤✤ Penetration enhancing techniques such as galvanics, ionophoresis and skin needling

Cosmeceuticals and Cosmetic Practice

READERSHIP: Primary: dermatologists and dermatology trainees; Secondary: plastic surgeons and gynecologists

SEP 2013 • 288PP • 978-1-118-38483-1 • CL • £89.99 • €103.10

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Surgery / Infectious Diseases / Geriatric Medicine / Urology 42

Atlas of Male Genitourethral Surgery EDITOR ASIF MUNEER University College London

✤✤ Covers all the new techniques in penile and urethral surgery, including augmentation procedures and artificial urerthral sphincters ✤✤ Step-by-step illustrated approach to enable ease of understanding ✤✤ Over 400 outstanding color illustrations ✤✤ Surgical tips for improved results READERSHIP: Urologists, surgeons and andrologists  

AUG 2013 • 296PP • 978-1-444-33556-9 • CL • £99.99 • €120.00

Textbook of Influenza 2nd Edition

ROBERT G. WEBSTER, ARNOLD S. MONTO, THOMAS J. BRACIALE & ROBERT A. LAMB St Jude Children's Research Hospital, Memphis

✤✤ Provides a complete historical and clinical background of influenza, describing all aspects of its development, with more illustrations in a new full colour design ✤✤ Covers the development of new drugs, genetically modified vaccines, and antiviral drugs such as neuraminidase inhibitors

✤✤ Includes a greater emphasis on laboratory diagnosis to take account of newer techniques, such as near patient tests ✤✤ Features more “hot topics”, including pandemic planning and new emergent viruses READERSHIP: All healthcare professionals and scientists working in the field of influenza, primarily infectious disease, travel medicine, epidemiologists and public health professionals

AUG 2013 • 520PP • 978-0-470-67048-4 • CL • £145.00 • €174.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-632-04803-8

Designing and Implementing Successful Dementia Care Services Hugo de Waal Norfolk & Waveney Mental Health Nhs Foundation Trust, UK

✤✤ An international appraisal of current developments in the design and configuration of dementia services ✤✤ In a time of increasing demand and decreasing resources, providing vital evidence and guidance for the development of such services.  

✤✤ Contributions from 17 countries on 4 continents give an overview of the state of affairs across the world ✤✤ Provides pragmatic approaches to ensure planning becomes reality READERSHIP: Senior clinicians, geriatricians and gerontologists, particularly those involved in service design Academic researchers, particularly those in qualitative research into service development , Health economists , Health and social care managers

SEP 2013 • 256PP • 978-1-119-95349-4 • CL • £59.99 • €74.50

Premature Ejaculation

Diagnosis and Treatment

MARCEL WALDINGER ✤✤ Clinical ‘in the office’/‘at the bedside’ guide

Premature Ejaculation

✤✤ Algorithms and guidelines ✤✤ ‘Tips and Tricks’ boxes - hints on improving outcomes perhaps via practical technique, patient questioning etc ✤✤ ‘Caution’ warning boxes - hints on avoiding problems, perhaps via contraindications

✤✤ ‘Science Revisited’ - quick reminder of the basic science principles necessary for understanding READERSHIP: Sexual medicine physicians, andrologists, urologists SERIES: SMIP – SEXUAL MEDICINE IN PRACTICE

JUL 2013 • 224PP • 978-0-470-65936-6 • CL • £64.99 • €78.00


2nd Edition

RICHARD KAY ✤✤ A need-to-know guide to understanding statistical methodology, data and results within drug development and clinical trials for anyone working in the pharmaceutical and medical device industries ✤✤ Assists pharmaceutical personnel in communicating effectively with statisticians using statistical language ✤✤ Improves the ability to read and understand statistical methodology in papers and reports, and to critically appraise that methodology ✤✤ Four new chapters covering Bayesian statistics, adaptive designs, observational studies and methods for safety analysis and monitoring

Statistical Thinking for Non-Statisticians in Drug Regulation

READERSHIP: Non-statisticians in the pharmaceutical and medical device industries

SEP 2013 • 368PP • 978-1-118-47094-7 • CL • £59.99 • €71.80 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-31971-0

Textbook of Pharmacoepidemiology BRIAN L. STROM, STEPHEN E. KIMMEL & SEAN HENNESSY University of Pennsylvania, School of Medicine, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

✤✤ Provides an introduction to pharmacoepidemiology and the methodologies, data sources and applications used in clinical practice, the pharmaceutical industry and regulatory agencies ✤✤ Includes new and updated learning features, case examples and key points ✤✤ Information on the new pharmacoepidemiology databases and how to use them ✤✤ World renowned editorial team, led by Professor Brian Strom READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate and postgraduate students learning in the fields of pharmacoepidemiology and epidemiology

AUG 2013 • 496PP • 978-1-118-34486-6 • PR • £49.99 • €63.50

ABC of Prehospital Emergency Medicine TIM NUTBEAM & MATTHEW BOYLAN Good Hope Hospital, Birmingham, UK; Midlands Air Ambulance, UK

✤✤ An evidence based guide to the emerging specialty ✤✤ Provides a comprehensive overview of life-saving pre-hospital medicine and care ✤✤ Includes patient assessment, emergency care systems, transport and pre-hospital interventions READERSHIP: Paramedics, senior medical students, speciality doctors of a variety of disciplines (GP / Anaesthesia / Emergency Medicine) SERIES: ABC SERIES

SEP 2013 • 248PP • 978-0-470-65488-0 • PR • £22.99 • €28.80

Sports Nutrition

The Encyclopaedia Of Sports Medicine An IOC Medical Commission Publication 2nd Edition, Volume XIX

RONALD J. MAUGHAN Loughborough University, UK

✤✤ Comprehensive coverage of nutrition as it relates to athletic performance ✤✤ Written by leading experts from the fields of nutrition, sports science, and sports medicine ✤✤ Outlines the current state of knowledge from the biochemistry and physiology of eating to practical guidance for trainers, coaches, physicians, and other professionals ✤✤ Includes topics such as weight management, supplements, and planning diets for optimal training and performance

Sports Medicine / Emergency Medicine / Pharmacology

Statistical Thinking for Non-Statisticians in Drug Regulation

READERSHIP: Practitioners in sports medicine including trainers, coaches, physicians, and other professionals

SEP 2013 • 704PP • 978-1-118-27576-4 • CL • £129.99 • €156.40 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-632-05795-5

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Dentistry / Nursing

Cone Beam Computed Tomography in Orthodontics Indications, Insights, and Innovations

Cone Beam Computed Tomography in Orthodontics

SUNIL KAPILA University of Michigan School of Dentistry in Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA

✤✤ Presents case studies on clinical applications of cone beam computed tomography ✤✤ Contributors include leading radiology and orthodontic experts from North America, Europe, and the Middle East ✤✤ More than 200 photographs and radiographs

✤✤ Includes 2 DVDs with presentations from the 2012 Moyers Symposium READERSHIP: Orthodontists, orthodontic residents, oral and maxillofacial surgeons

SEP 2013 • 386PP • 978-1-118-44848-9 • CL • £108.99 • €132.20

Becoming a Reflective Practitioner 4th Edition

CHRISTOPHER JOHNS University of Bedfordshire, Bedfordshire

✤✤ A seminal text on an integral component of nursing ✤✤ Makes particular reference to the author's own comprehensive model which allows for reflection touching on a range of key elements ✤✤ Contains a variety of rich and insightful reflective extracts that support the issues raised in each chapter  

✤✤ Scenarios and case studies provided throughout READERSHIP: Nurses in clinical practice, nurses doing research /practice development, mentors and clinical supervisors, student nurses

MAY 2013 • 328PP • 978-0-470-67426-0 • PR • £29.99 • €37.40 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-18567-7

Professional Development, Reflection and Decision-Making 2nd Edition

MELANIE JASPER, MEGAN ROSSER & GAIL MOONEY All College of Human and Health Sciences, Swansea University, Swansea

✤✤ Brings together in one place the inextricably linked topics of professional development, reflective practice and decision-making and demonstrates links between them ✤✤ Provides clear guidance to help the reader think critically about their practice, work within professional boundaries, be accountable for their actions, and plan for their future  

✤✤ A range of pedagogical features, including learning objectives, activities, case studies and examples ✤✤ Written by renowned experts in the field READERSHIP: Nurses and healthcare professionals, pre-registration nursing students, postgraduate nursing students

JUL 2013 • 272PP • 978-0-470-65838-3 • PR • £24.99 • €26.40 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-13261-9

Professional Practice in Paramedic, Emergency and Urgent Care VALERIE NIXON Staffordshire University, Staffordshire, UK

✤✤ A new title providing a holistic guide to all aspects of paramedic theory ✤✤ Explores contemporary relevant topics that are fundamental to professional practice ✤✤ Comprehensive in scope, with chapters on clinical decision-making, evidence-based practice, reflective practice, legal issues, anti-discriminatory practice, and medicines management ✤✤ Features examples, exercises and scenarios throughout  

READERSHIP: Students on paramedic and emergency care courses at pre and post registration level; newly qualified paramedics/emergency care practitioners

JUN 2013 • 248PP • 978-0-470-65615-0 • PR • £24.99 • €36.00

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4th Edition

ALEC M. ANSONS & HELEN DAVIS Manchester Royal Eye Hospital, UK; University of Sheffield, UK

✤✤ New edition of this best-selling guide to diagnosing and treating eye movement disorders ✤✤ Clinically-focused book which guides the specialist through the entire decision-making process, from presentation to discharge ✤✤ Includes new chapters on CCDDs and other disorders not covered previously, including ocular motility disorders secondary to surgery

Diagnosis and Management of Ocular Motility Disorders

✤✤ Now in full colour throughout, with expanded illustration of surgical procedures READERSHIP: Ophthalmologists, orthoptists and optometrists in practice and in training

JUL 2013 • 592PP • 978-1-405-19306-1 • CL • £119.99 • €144.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-632-14798-7

Essentials of Tortoise Medicine and Surgery JOHN CHITTY & AIDAN RAFTERY JC Exotic Pet Consultancy Ltd, UK; Avian & Exotic Animal Clinic, UK

✤✤ Covers everything from species identification to common basic surgery for tortoises and freshwater turtles ✤✤ Provides an overview of the basics of husbandry and keeping ✤✤ Part 2 of the book is a clinical guide based on clinical signs and differential diagnoses ✤✤ Based on the experience of authors who have been practicing with these species for several decades READERSHIP: Veterinarians in first opinion practice as well as veterinary nurses and technicians

SEP 2013 • 260PP • 978-1-405-19544-7 • PR • £34.99 • €43.60

Veterinary Microbiology 3rd Edition

D. SCOTT MCVEY, MELISSA KENNEDY & MM CHENGAPPA USDA, Manhattan, Kansas; College of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville, Tennessee; College of Veterinary Medicine at Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas

✤✤ Provides a broad overview of veterinary microbiology and infectious disease ✤✤ Now in full colour with improved images throughout ✤✤ Fully updated to incorporate current research ✤✤ Includes access to a companion website offering the review questions and answers and figures for download into PowerPoint

Veterinary Medicine / Opthamology

Diagnosis and Management of Ocular Motility Disorders

READERSHIP: Veterinary students, veterinarians, graduate students in microbiology and veterinary microbiologists

JUN 2013 • 672PP • 978-0-470-95949-7 • PR • £64.99 • €76.50 REPLACES ISBN 978-0-813-80379-1

Notes on Feline Internal Medicine 2nd Edition

KIT STURGESS Private consultant and RCVS recognised specialist in small animal medicine, UK

✤✤ A quick, accessible, comprehensive, practical guide to help clinicians get started with a problemsolving approach to a sick cat ✤✤ Published as part of the ‘Notes on’ series, it is written in an accessible note-based style, giving readers quick access to the most recent clinical and diagnostic guidance ✤✤ This new edition includes new sections on sedation and anaesthesia, health screening, oncology, algorithms for critical care and practical tips on diagnostic techniques ✤✤ The focus is on common conditions, and the second edition has been improved to avoid repetition of information

READERSHIP: Veterinarians in general practice

JUN 2013 • 464PP • 978-0-470-67117-7 • PR • £34.99 • €43.60 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-632-03399-7

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Veterinary Medicine / Aquaculture & Fisheries / Earth & Environmental Science 46

Advances in Veterinary Dermatology

Volume 7 Proceedings of the Seventh World Congress of Veterinary Dermatology, Vancouver, July 2012

SHEILA M. F. TORRES, LINDA FRANK & ANN HARGIS College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Minnesota, USA; University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine, USA; University of Washington, Seattle, USA

✤✤ Representing the state of the art of veterinary dermatology around the globe ✤✤ Presents selected scientific papers from the Seventh World Congress of Veterinary Dermatology, held in Vancouver, Canada in July 2012, organized with the support of the World Association for Veterinary Dermatology (WAVD) and its affiliated societies  

✤✤ Peer-reviewed and edited papers have been published in the journal Veterinary Dermatology in volume 24, issue 1, as well as in this book ✤✤ The book also includes exclusive material including 13 Workshop Reports which summarize sessions where experts presented topics in various areas READERSHIP: Veterinarians and researchers with an interest in veterinary dermatology

MAY 2013 • 336PP • 978-1-118-64487-4 • CL • £99.99 • €124.20

Diseases of Coral CHERYL WOODLEY, CRAIG DOWNS, ANDREW BRUCKNER & JAMES PORTER National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, USA; The Global Coral Repository, USA; Global Reef Expedition and Khaled bin Sultan Living Oceans Foundation, USA; University of Georgia, USA

✤✤ Provides coverage of all major coral diseases, important to the management and conservation of the world's coral reefs

Diseases of Coral

✤✤ Presents valuable diagnostic reference with standardised descriptions of all diseases ✤✤ Features the works of leading experts in the field ✤✤ Includes a 24-page colour plate section and glossary of key terms

READERSHIP: Marine veterinarians, veterinary pathologists, marine biologists, marine aquarists, wildlife pathologists

SEP 2013 • 276PP • 978-0-8138-2411-6 • CL • £89.95 • €108.00

The Human Impact on the Natural Environment Past, Present and Future 7th Edition

ANDREW GOUDIE University of Oxford, UK

✤✤ Represents the new edition of a classic text, fully updated to take account of recent advances in our understanding of global warming and other phenomena, covering human impact on vegetation, animals, soils, water, landforms and the atmosphere ✤✤ Adopts an international approach to case studies and includes statistical tables, figures and references   

✤✤ Includes updated information on topics such as ocean acidification, global change and desertification ✤✤ Features an increase in photographic images and a four-colour plate section READERSHIP: First-year students in environmental science and physical geography

AUG 2013 • 496PP • 978-1-118-57658-8 • PR • £34.95 • €43.40 / 978-1-118-57657-1 • CL • £90.00 • €111.70

Global Climate Change and Human Life ASLAM KHALIL Portland State University, USA

✤✤ Combines the basic science underlying climate change, its impact on the environment and the effect of these changes on human life

Global Climate Change and Human Life

✤✤ Features the works of a renowned scientist with over twenty years of teaching experience ✤✤ Serves as a ‘must-have’ for students needing an introduction to the science and issues of the global environment

✤✤ Adopts a student-friendly layout and approach featuring numerous questions, exercises, and worked examples with minimal use of mathematics READERSHIP: Postgraduates of global climate change studies including environmental science, geography, geology, natural science, and life sciences; policy-makers needing an introduction to the basic science underlying global warming

SEP 2013 • 416PP • 978-0-470-66578-7 • PR • £32.50 • €41.10 / 978-0-470-66579-4 • CL • £85.00 • €107.50 


A Spatial Planning Perspective

PHILIPP SCHMIDT-THOME & STEFAN GREIVING Geological Survey of Finland, Finland; Institute of Spatial Planning, University of Dortmund, Germany

✤✤ Provides a comprehensive analysis of climate change impacts on 29 European regions and their local economies ✤✤ Takes an interdisciplinary approach dealing with the physical, social, economic, environmental, cultural, and institutional aspects of climate change vulnerability and the consequences for spatial planning

European Climate Vulnerabilities and Adaptation

✤✤ Builds on the findings of the ESPON Climate project with a policy focused approach ✤✤ Features full–colour illustrations throughout with a broad range of case studies

READERSHIP: Postgraduates studying European regional development and climate change, those who work on the development of climate change adaptation strategies, politicians and NGOs specialising in climate change and planning

SEP 2013 • 336PP • 978-0-470-97741-5 • CL • £80.00 • €98.60

An Introduction to River Modelling A Multidimensional Approach

JONATHAN NELSON & YASUYUKI SHIMIZU US Geological Survey, USA; Hokkaido University, Japan

✤✤ Provides an approachable, practical guide to state-of-the art techniques and the fundamentals of river modelling ✤✤ Teaches within the context of a software package

An Introduction to River Modelling

✤✤ Covers the development and application of computational flow, sediment transport, morphodynamics, and habitat models in riverine environments ✤✤ Provides a wealth of guidance on how to select suitable modelling methods for various fundamental and applied problems

  

READERSHIP: Postgraduates of river engineering, fluvial geomorphology, river mechanics, fish habitats; specialists working on assessment of impacts of flow regulation, diversions, flow and sediment transport patterns in rivers, morphologic change in rivers SERIES: Concepts, Methods and Techniques in Fluvial Geomorphology

SEP 2013 • 352PP • 978-1-119-99155-7 • PR • £37.50 • €46.20 / 978-1-119-99154-0 • CL • £90.00 • €110.90

Ecohydraulics An Integrated Approach

PAUL KEMP, ATLE HARBY, IAN MADDOCK & PAUL J. WOOD University of Southampton, UK; SINTEF Energy Research, Norway; University of Worcester, UK; Loughborough University, UK

✤✤ A major research level text with a focus on ecohydraulics, outlining the development of the subject and highlighting its interdisciplinary research

Ecohydraulics

Earth & Environmental Science

European Climate Vulnerabilities and Adaptation

✤✤ Provides a wide geographic coverage and encapsulates the range of approaches, case studies, and methods used to conduct ecohydraulic research ✤✤ Considers a range of techniques, including modelling and field-based methods ✤✤ Covers relevant examples including different climates, river management problems, and affected biota

READERSHIP: Academics and researchers of physical geography, earth and environmental sciences, civil engineering, biology, zoology, botany, and ecology; professionals working in environmental research organisations, national agencies and consultancies

SEP 2013 • 456PP • 978-0-470-97600-5 • CL • £70.00 • €86.30

Fire and the Earth

Interactions in the Biosphere and Atmosphere

STEPHEN J. PYNE, MARTIN ALEXANDER, WILLIAM W. J. BOND, DAVID BOWMAN & ANDREW SCOTT University of Iowa, USA; Northern Forestry Centre, Canadian Forest Service, Canada and University of Alberta, Canada; University of Cape Town, South Africa; University of Tasmania, Australia; London Business School, UK

Fire and the Earth

✤✤ Adopts a comprehensive approach to the history, behaviour, and ecological effects of fire on the earth ✤✤ Serves as a timely introduction to this important subject, with relevance for global climate change, biodiversity loss, and the evolution of human culture ✤✤ Provides a foundation for the interdisciplinary field of fire research

  

✤✤ Features the works of an international team of leading experts in the field READERSHIP: Postgraduates of fire management, behaviour, and ecology, wildland fire, plant ecology, forestry, geology, geography, physics, chemistry, climatology, atmospheric sciences, global change sciences, hazard and risk management

SEP 2013 • 384PP • 978-1-119-95356-2 • PR • £37.50 • €47.40 / 978-1-119-95357-9 • CL • £80.00 • €101.10

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Earth & Environmental Science

Geodiversity

Valuing and Conserving Abiotic Nature 2nd Edition

MURRAY GRAY Queen Mary, University of London, UK

Geodiversity

✤✤ Represents a fully revised and updated second edition of this successful text including new material on geoparks, geotourism, and implications of climate change for geoconservation ✤✤ Focuses specifically on geodiversity of the planet, its threats, conservation, management, and value ✤✤ Compares geo- and biodiversity, establishes the need for integration of nature conservation strategies, and provides a vision for the future

  

✤✤ Includes global case studies on conserving geodiversity READERSHIP: Students of environmental management, nature or conservation, resource management, applied geology and environmental geology, landscape architecture, planning, and archaeology, ecology, practitioners of geoconservation

SEP 2013 • 448PP • 978-0-470-74215-0 • PR • £32.50 • €40.30 / 978-0-470-74214-3 • CL • £80.00 • €99.20 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-84895-1

The Earth Through Time 10th Edition

HAROLD L. LEVIN Washington University, St. Louis, USA

✤✤ Balanced coverage of basic geology and paleontology, with a strong approach to stratigraphy and paleontology ✤✤ Each chapter begins with a concise list of Key Chapter Concepts and ends with a Summary of these essential ideas

✤✤ By using the Questions for Review, students can test their knowledge and further process what they have learned from a chapter ✤✤ A wealth of information is provided to students in the Appendices, including the Classification of Living Things, Periodic Table and Symbols for Chemical Elements, and a Glossary, to name a few READERSHIP: Undergraduate students studying Earth Sciences

FEB 2013 • 624PP • 978-1-118-25467-7 • PR • £110.00 • €132.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-38774-0

Human Geography in Action 6th Edition

MICHAEL KUBY, JOHN HARNER & PATRICIA GOBER Arizona State University; University of Colorado at Colorado Springs; Arizona State University, USA

✤✤ The text aims to develop geographic problem-solving skills that prove valuable to readers ✤✤ 14 stimulating chapters challenge students to collect, manipulate, display and interpret geographic information and data ✤✤ Focuses on essential concepts; identifying the 5 to 10 most important ideas in each chapter while still including useful but brief background material  

✤✤ Designed with flexibility in mind, each chapter is freestanding while built around a cohesive instructional program READERSHIP: Undergraduate students studying Human Geography

FEB 2013 • 478PP • 978-1-118-42257-1 • PR • £72.50 • €86.40 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-48479-1

Introducing Physical Geography 6th Edition

ALAN H. STRAHLER Boston University, USA

✤✤ The text continues its tradition as a great book to help non-science readers visualize and understand earth processes and learn the basic language of physical geography ✤✤ The new edition features a strengthened “Eye on the Landscape” feature and updated data on climate change ✤✤ ‘Putting you in the Picture’ features involve the student and personalize the study of geography  

✤✤ The Visualization theme uses illustrations, word pictures, and multimedia to help students form lasting visual images of the processes of physical geography READERSHIP: Undergraduate students studying Physical Geography

MAR 2013 • 656PP • 978-1-118-39620-9 • PR • £110.00 • €132.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-13486-3

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A Contemporary Introduction 2nd Edition

NEIL COE, PHILIP KELLY & HENRY W. C. YEUNG ✤✤ Presents the case for the importance of geographical insights into the economy ✤✤ Contrasts a distinctively geographical approach with popular conceptions and assumptions in economics and management studies ✤✤ Is richly illustrated with examples, vignettes, and case studies drawn from a variety of sectors around the world ✤✤ Includes a rich array of photos, figures, text boxes, sample essay questions and annotated lists of further reading

READERSHIP: Undergraduate students studying Economic Geography

MAR 2013 • 541PP • 978-0-470-94338-0 • PR • £34.99 • €42.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-13219-0

Food Webs and Biodiversity AXEL ROSSBERG Queens University Belfast, UK

✤✤ A highly topical book providing a timely synthesis of community ecology ✤✤ Evaluates the strengths and limitations of current food web theories and provides a new comprehensive numerical model for evaluating community structure and evolution

Food Webs and Biodiversity

✤✤ Presents a fresh, testable quantitative theory for the mechanisms determining species richness in communities, and other new results ✤✤ Features the works of an internationally respected expert in the field  

READERSHIP: Postgraduate students and researchers of community ecology and conservation ecology, research community, community and conservation ecologists, complex-systems research community interested in the theory of networks

SEP 2013 • 440PP • 978-0-470-97355-4 • CL • £50.00 • €62.30

Chemical Ecology of Insect Parasitoids ÉRIC WAJNBERG & STEFANO COLAZZA French National Institute for Agricultural Research, France; University of Palermo, Italy

✤✤ Reviews all current knowledge of the chemical ecology of insect parasitoids, which can give new insights into how to improve their use for the control of noxious pests in biological control programmes ✤✤ Covers basic concepts and applied topics using case studies ✤✤ Features the works of top entomologists from 11 different countries READERSHIP: Postgraduates, professional researchers, and practitioners in pest management, entomology, evolutionary biology, behavioural ecology, and chemical ecology

AUG 2013 • 336PP • 978-1-118-40952-7 • CL • £75.00 • €88.60

Biological Sampling in the Deep Sea MALCOLM CLARK, MIREILLE CONSALVEY & ASHLEY ROWDEN All of National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research, New Zealand

✤✤ Showcases the works of the world's top scientists selected by the steering group of Global Census of Marine Life on Seamounts or CenSeam ✤✤ Documents a comprehensive, in-depth coverage of the deep sea, which covers 70% of the world's surface and contains unknown and untapped resources

Biological Sampling in the Deep Sea

✤✤ Provides full details of all major sampling techniques for the biggest habitat on earth: the deep sea READERSHIP: Scientists working with deep sea environments including marine biologists, fisheries scientists, ecologists, oceanographers, and environmental scientists, and universities

SEP 2013 • 488PP • 978-0-470-65674-7 • CL • £120.00 • €144.00

Ecology, Conservation & Evolution / Earth & Environmental Science

Economic Geography

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Ecology, Conservation & Evolution / Food Science & Technology

Imaging Life LAWRENCE GRIFFING Texas A&M University, USA

✤✤ An accessible guide covering all aspects of scientific imaging; from creating pictures to processing and analysis

Imaging Life

✤✤ Written for those with a limited mathematical and computer programming background ✤✤ Comprehensive reference for those in a broad range of disciplines, from behavioral ecology to molecular biology and the health sciences ✤✤ Optional accompanying lab manual with inquiry-based laboratories and web-based resources that include links to the primary literature and existing Java applet and video tutorials

READERSHIP: Undergraduates in any biological science or engineering field, graduate students and professionals in any biological science field, research labs, biotech companies, equipment vendors

SEP 2013 • 280PP • 978-1-119-94920-6 • CL • £95.00 • €114.00

Encyclopedia of Marine Natural Products 2nd Edition, 3 Volume Set

JEAN-MICHEL KORNPROBST ✤✤ Encyclopedia containing an exhaustive listing of more than 9000 marine natural products, thoroughly cross-linked allowing the user to easily find related products ✤✤ Unique approach through classification of the compounds by biological species ✤✤ The second edition is updated and further expanded by 15% as compared to the previous edition and is user-friendly in its electronic format through the possibility to click through to related products ✤✤ Accessible to a wide range of disciplines  

READERSHIP: Marine biologists, marine scientists, those in the biotechnological industry, natural products chemists, libraries at universities, company libraries, pharmaceutical chemists, cosmetic chemists, food chemists

JUL 2013 • 2180PP • 978-3-527-33429-2 • CL • £570.00 INTRODUCTORY PRICE £570.00 • €699.00 VALID UNTIL 30th OCT 2013; LIST PRICE THEREAFTER £630.00 • €775.00

Statistical Methods for Food Science

Introductory procedures for the food practitioner 2nd Edition

JOHN A. BOWER Queen Margaret University College, UK

✤✤ Represents a revised and updated edition of accessible statistical procedures tailored specifically for food scientists at student and professional levels ✤✤ Features new spreadsheets created in Microsoft Excel 2010 ✤✤ Emphasises the univariate approach for the food analyst, formulator, and sensory scientist  

✤✤ Takes a practical approach, with worked examples using calculator and computer and involving a minimum of mathematical formulae READERSHIP: Professionals and students working on analytical, instrumental, and sensory data in food laboratories, undergraduate and postgraduate students of food science, food, nutrition, and consumer science courses

AUG 2013 • 336PP • 978-1-118-54164-7 • PR • £39.99 • €49.70 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-16764-2

Practical Ethics for the Food Professional Ethics in Research, Education and the Workplace

J. PETER CLARK & CHRISTOPHER RITSON Consultant to the Process Industries and Contributing Editor to Food Technology Magazine (IFT), USA; University of Newcastle, UK

✤✤ Focuses on the ethical issues confronting food industry professionals ✤✤ Introduces the general concepts of ethical reasoning before presenting issues faced by the food industry ✤✤ Includes real life case studies which apply concepts to practice ✤✤ Offers a global perspective by USA and UK editor teams  

READERSHIP: Food scientists, technologists, and other professionals working in food manufacturing companies and food research institutions, teachers and students of food and agriculture-related subjects SERIES: INSTITUTE OF FOOD TECHNOLOGISTS SERIES

JUL 2013 • 312PP • 978-0-470-67343-0 • CL • £130.00 • €156.00

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2nd Edition

GEOFFREY CAMPBELL-PLATT University of Reading; President of IUFoST 2008-2010, UK

✤✤ The revised and updated second edition of the must-have textbook for all food science and technology degree courses and professionals around the world

Food Science and Technology

✤✤ Supported by the International Union of Food Science and Technology (IUFoST) ✤✤ Brand new chapter on the new developments in food science, such as sustainability, functional foods, innovation, food law, globalisation ✤✤ Author is a world-renowned food scientist and President of the International Union of Food Science and Technology between 2008 and 2010

READERSHIP: Food science and technology degree programmes at undergraduate and taught postgraduate level, universities, libraries, food industry professionals, researchers and lecturers in universities

SEP 2013 • 508PP • 978-0-470-67342-3 • CL • £49.99 • €63.50 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-632-06421-2

Formulation Engineering of Foods JENNIFER E. NORTON, PETER FRYER & IAN NORTON University of Birmingham, UK

✤✤ An in-depth study of formulation engineering approaches to food processing and product development of healthier, higher-performance foods ✤✤ The University of Birmingham is internationally recognized as the leading institution in this subject area ✤✤ Drawn from research and industry backgrounds to provide a range of perspectives and insights ✤✤ Presents new methods and techniques for engineering food products  

READERSHIP: Food formulation engineers, food product designers, food researchers in academia and industry, food developers in the industry, food companies, health food developers and marketers, academics teaching food science

SEP 2013 • 336PP • 978-0-470-67290-7 • CL • £130.00 • €165.10

Encyclopedia of Brewing CHRIS BOULTON

Food Science & Technology

Food Science and Technology

Coors Brewers Limited, UK

✤✤ Serves as an essential encyclopedia of brewing science and technology ✤✤ Offers an international perspective for the brewing industry worldwide ✤✤ Provides extensive appendices which allow convenient access to commonly-referenced data and calculations READERSHIP: All commercial brewers and allied traders worldwide, academic institutions offering brewing courses, libraries, the North American craft brewing sector

JUL 2013 • 656PP • 978-1-405-16744-4 • CL • £149.95 • €186.00

Technology of Functional Beverages JOHN COLLINS Gerber Juice Company Ltd, UK

✤✤ Covers the processing and functionality of all the major functional beverage types ✤✤ Includes an overview of world markets and developments in innovative markets ✤✤ Chapters focus on the major functional drink categories and ingredients, examining their functionality and the health claims associated with them

Technology of Functional Beverages

✤✤ A dedicated chapter examines the regulatory situation in Europe and the USA READERSHIP: Food scientists and technologists, product developers and marketers working in the beverage industry, government regulators, academic researchers and students with an interest in functional drinks

SEP 2013 • 320PP • 978-1-405-19692-5 • CL • £130.00 • €161.90

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Food Science & Technology

Emerging Technologies in Meat Processing ENDA CUMMINS & JAMES LYNG University College Dublin, Ireland

Emerging Technologies in Meat Processing

✤✤ Part of the new Institute of Food Science and Technology (IFST) Advances in Food Science series ✤✤ Takes a unique approach, focusing on the potential for using new technologies in meat production and processing ✤✤ Written with meat processors in mind, the book suggests ways of adapting emerging technologies to work alongside conventional methods  

✤✤ Considers the meat industry worldwide, and meat as a global product, creating an internationallyrelevant perspective READERSHIP: Food scientists and professional food technologists in the meat industry, upper-level undergraduates and Masters-level students taking degrees in food technology or food science, food regulatory agencies, IFST members SERIES: IFST Advances in Food Science

SEP 2013 • 360PP • 978-1-118-35068-3 • CL • £130.00 • €153.50

Emerging Dairy Processing Technologies Opportunities for the Dairy Industry

NIVEDITA DATTA & PEGGY TOMASULA Victoria University, Australia; Agricultural Research Service - United States Department of Agriculture (ARS-USDA), USA

Emerging Dairy Processing Technologies

✤✤ Part of the new Institute of Food Science and Technology (IFST) Advances in Food Science book series ✤✤ Presents the state of the art research and technologies that might be sustainable replacements for high temperature-short time (HTST) and ultra-high temperature (UHT) milk processing ✤✤ Brings together all the current information on alternative dairy processing techniques and their impact on the physical and functional properties of milk  

✤✤ Editors and contributors are world-leading authorities on both sustainability and the technical aspects of dairy processing READERSIP: Dairy companies, dairy scientists and technologists, research organizations and institutes, professional associations in the dairy sector, food processors working with dairy ingredients, dairy industry training organizations, dairy farmers SERIES: IFST Advances in Food Science

SEP 2013 • 300PP • 978-1-118-56062-4 • CL • £130.00 • €161.20

Ingredients from Milk

Principles and Processes

RUUD DE BOER Wageningen University, The Netherlands

Ingredients from Milk

✤✤ A concise, fresh approach to ingredients derived from milk, featuring over 100 tables and figures to illustrate the book ✤✤ Provides guidance and new techniques to help industry professionals and dairy scientists to increase efficiency and productivity, and reduce waste and costs  

✤✤ Logical structure means that chapter order mirrors the way dairy scientists extract, analyse, test, develop and ultimately apply ingredients from milk READERSHIP: Dairy scientists and technologists in industry, dairies and food companies using ingredients from milk, research institutes, libraries, universities and food science departments, postgraduate food scientists specialising in dairy

SEP 2013 • 300PP • 978-0-470-67222-8 • CL • £130.00 • €165.10

Drying of Fruits and Vegetables Fundamentals and Emerging Technologies

SAKAMON DEVAHASTIN & NAPHAPORN CHIEWCHAN King Mongkut's University of Technology, Thailand

Drying of Fruits and Vegetables

✤✤ Focuses on the science and technology of the drying of fruits and vegetables ✤✤ Includes traditional, commonly-used methods as well as more novel techniques ✤✤ Examines techniques to assess effects of different drying methods on quality and nutritional content of the fruits and vegetables  

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READERSHIP: Food scientists, engineers and researchers who are involved in the drying of fruits and vegetables or who use them in other products, advanced food science and engineering students

AUG 2013 • 320PP • 978-1-444-33382-4 • CL • £130.00 • €161.90


GRAHAM B. SEYMOUR, MERVIN POOLE, JAMES GIOVANNONI & GREGORY A. TUCKER University of Nottingham, UK; University of Nottingham, UK; Cornell University, USA; University of Nottingham, UK

✤✤ Reviews the physiochemical and molecular changes in fruits which impact flavour, texture, and colour ✤✤ Covers recent advances in genomics on the genetic, molecular, and biochemical basis of fruit quality ✤✤ Integrates information on both hormonal and genetic control of ripening ✤✤ Serves as a relevant reference for basic researchers and applied scientists READERSHIP: Plant and crop researchers and professionals, agricultural engineers, horticulturists, food scientists

JUN 2013 • 226PP • 978-0-813-82039-2 • CL • £130.00 • €162.00

Bioactives in Fruit Health Benefits and Functional Foods

MARGOT SKINNER & DENISE HUNTER Wellness Foods, New Zealand and Massey University, New Zealand; Plant and Food Research, New Zealand

✤✤ Presents a global, comprehensive and up-to-date reference source on bioactive compounds in specific fruits, their health benefits, and their use in functional foods ✤✤ Features wide-ranging information about common, unusual and exotic fruits, the bioactives found in them, and their specific health benefits ✤✤ Offers the latest up-to-date research findings on newly-recognised “superfruits” and explains what makes them “super”

✤✤ Considers possible future developments, applications and uses of bioactives in fruit READERSHIP: Functional food researchers, food scientists and chemists, health researchers, food (fruit) marketers, labellers and retailers, nutritionists, postgraduates on food science and agricultural courses

AUG 2013 • 552PP • 978-0-470-67497-0 • CL • £130.00 • €165.10

Edible Oil Processing 2nd Edition

WOLF HAMM, RICHARD J. HAMILTON & GIJS CALLIAUW Consultant to the Oils and Fats Industry, UK; Liverpool John Moores University, UK; Desmet Ballestra, Belgium

✤✤ Professional and reference book reflecting the state of the art of the edible oils industry, focusing on the various processing stages and considering issues of both chemistry and process engineering ✤✤ Covers the latest technologies which address new environmental and nutritional requirements ✤✤ Reviews the current state of world edible oil markets ✤✤ Includes a dedicated chapter addressing refinery design  

READERSHIP: Food scientists and technologists who use oils and fats in food formulations, chemists and technologists working in edible oils and fats processing, analytical chemists, quality assurance personnel

JUL 2013 • 344PP • 978-1-4443-3684-9 • CL • £130.00 • €161.40 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-849-39745-5

Forensic Imaging and its Applications KAREN STOW Derbyshire Constabulary, UK

✤✤ Comprehensive textbook covering all aspects of Forensic Imaging from a global perspective ✤✤ Chapters arranged in such a way that they can be read in isolation depending on the particular area being studied ✤✤ Links in with knowledge and competency standard requirements of both universities and practitioner training centres

Forensic Imaging and its Applications

Forensic Science / Food Science & Technology

The Molecular Biology and Biochemistry of Fruit Ripening

✤✤ Links in with ISO17025 and other relevant international quality standards for this area of work Primary Market: Undergraduate students taking general forensic science degrees will be required to cover practitioners within the Criminal Justice System, trainees, training centres, universities and forensic scientists

  

SEP 2013 • 320PP • 978-1-118-38400-8 • PR • £34.95 • €40.30 / 978-1-118-38399-5 • CL • £90.00 • €103.60

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Forensic Science / Plant Science & Agriculture

The Forensic Examination and Interpretation of Tool Marks DAVID BALDWIN, OWEN FACEY, JOHN BIRKETT & GILLEON RABEY

The Forensic Examination and Interpretation of Tool Marks

Forensic Science Service, UK; Forensic Science Service, UK; Staffordshire University, UK

✤✤ Brings together key techniques and developments within the field of tool mark investigation ✤✤ Serves as an invaluable resource for practising forensic scientists, students of forensic sciences, and crime scene investigators enabling them to recognise the importance of tool marks within an investigation ✤✤ Includes a large range of illustrations, photographs, and tables   

✤✤ Includes material on examining and recording the scene, analysis of marks in the lab, and how this evidence should be presented in court READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates in forensic science, practising forensic scientists, the legal profession SERIES: ESSENTIAL FORENSIC SCIENCE

JUL 2013 • 272PP • 978-1-119-97245-7 • PR • £39.95 • €49.80 / 978-1-119-97246-4 • CL • £90.00 • €112.10

The Science of Forensic Entomology DAVID B. RIVERS & GREGORY A. DAHLEM Loyola University Maryland, USA; Northern Kentucky University, USA

✤✤ Offers an introduction to the field and provides in depth discussion of biological concepts associated with insect biology, ecology, physiology and chemical communication

The Science of Forensic Entomology

✤✤ Features include an outline of key concepts at the start of each chapter, review questions to reinforce learning, glossary of key terms and a colour plate section ✤✤ Includes identification keys for adults and larvae of flies from the families Calliphoridae, Sarcophagidae, and Muscidae  

✤✤ Covers little-addressed subjects such reproductive strategies of necrophagous flies, chemical communication and biology of maggot masses READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate and graduate students in forensic entomology , forensic biology and general forensic science courses, general entomology and biology courses, law enforcement agencies and forensic investigators, researchers in forensic entomology

SEP 2013 • 448PP • 978-1-119-94037-1 • PR • £37.50 • €44.90 / 978-1-119-94036-4 • CL • £95.00 • €113.60

Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of Plants

2nd Edition

BOB BUCHANAN, WILLIAM GRUISSEM & RUSSELL JONES

Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of Plants

University of California, Berkeley, USA; Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Switzerland; University of California, Berkeley, USA

✤✤ A new edition of this highly successful, authoritative, superbly illustrated text, with over half of the chapters having a major rewrite ✤✤ Published with the American Society of Plant Biologists, featuring distinguished, internationally renowned editors ✤✤ Restructuring of section on cell reproduction for improved presentation  

✤✤ Extensive references, a comprehensive index and 1,500 full-colour images makes this book a landmark text in the field  

READERSHIP: Professional plant biologists and researchers working within plant science, plant biotechnology, the agribusiness and pharmaceutical industries. Also for graduate and upper-level undergraduate students in departments of plant science, agriculture, horticulture and pharmacology

SEP 2013 • 1448PP • 978-0-470-71421-8 • PR • £90.00 • €111.60 / 978-0-470-71422-5 • CL • £130.00 • €161.200 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-943-08837-2

Plant Breeding 2nd Edition

JACK BROWN, PETER CALIGARI & HUGO CAMPOS University of Idaho, USA; Universidad De Talca, Chile; Monsanto, Chile

✤✤ Represents a completely revised, expanded, and updated new edition of a popular book

Plant Breeding

✤✤ Covers all the latest developments in a succinct and user-friendly format ✤✤ Includes the works of Hugo Campos who is based at agricultural company, Monsanto, an addition to the original author base   

✤✤ Serves as essential reading for all upper level students studying plant breeding and professional plant breeders READERSHIP: Postgraduate students and teachers in plant breeding, plant sciences, and plant genetics, professional plant breeders

JUN 2013 • 268PP • 978-0-470-65830-7 • PR • £45.00 • €54.00 / 978-0-470-65829-1 • CL • £100.00 • €120.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-13344-9

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SERGEY DOBRETSOV, JEREMY THOMASON & DAVID W. WILLIAMS Sultan Qaboos University, Oman; Marine Ecological Services, France; Marine & Protective Coatings Technology Centre of International Paint Ltd., UK

✤✤ A comprehensive collection of tried and trusted methods and practical information for those working in or entering the biofouling field ✤✤ Contains three broad sections; Microbial Methods, Macrofouling Methods and Coating and Biocide Methods

Biofouling Methods

✤✤ Information included could give biofouling industry personnel a commercial advantage ✤✤ A companion to the successful 2009 publication Biofouling (Durr & Thomason)

READERSHIP: Aquatic biologists, ecologists, environmental scientists, chemists and medical researchers, including all those working in the antifouling industry, Aquaculture engineers, microbiologists, marine engineers, personnel within shipping companies, maritime insurance specialists and lawyers

AUG 2013 • 416PP • 978-0-470-65985-4 • CL • £120.00 • €144.00

Physiology of Sugarcane PAUL H. MOORE & FRIKKIE BOTHA Hawaii Agriculture Research Center, Hawaii; Sugar Research and Development Corporation, Australia

✤✤ A comprehensive volume on the development and production of biofuels from sugarcane and canebased co-products ✤✤ Explores conversion of both sugar and waste products, such as bagasse, into renewable fuels and bioproducts

Physiology of Sugarcane

✤✤ Chapters provide broad-ranging coverage of sugarcane biology, biotechnological advances, and breakthroughs in production and processing techniques ✤✤ Vital information for both biofuels researchers and industry personnel

READERSHIP: Biofuels researchers and industry personnel, sugarcane researchers, plant biotechnologists, sugar industry personnel

SEP 2013 • 620PP • 978-0-813-82121-4 • CL • £149.99 • €180.00

Improvement for Biotic and Abiotic Stress

Plant Science & Agriculture

Biofouling Methods

Volume One

RAJEEV VARSHNEY & ROBERTO TUBEROSA International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT) India and the University of Western Australia, Australia; University of Bologna, Italy

✤✤ Volume one of a comprehensive two volume work presenting translational genomics for crop improvement

Improvement for Biotic and Abiotic Stress

✤✤ Applies the research to the breeding of economically important crops ✤✤ Includes chapters on current challenges for plant breeders such as fusarium disease in wheat and cyst nematodes in soybean crops

✤✤ Organised by crop, with chapters covering a variety of topics for each including disease resistance READERSHIP: Primary Market: Crop science researchers, crop science industry personnel, plant biologists, geneticists, physiologists, cellular and molecular biologists, Advanced students taking courses in genomics, plant sciences and agricultural sciences, crop improvement, plant breeding, physiology, and international agriculture

SEP 2013 • 524PP • 978-0-470-96290-9 • CL • £134.00 • €160.80

Improvement for Quality and Yield Improvement Volume Two

RAJEEV VARSHNEY & ROBERTO TUBEROSA International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT) India and the University Of Western Australia. Australia; University of Bologna, Italy

✤✤ Volume two of a comprehensive two volume work presenting translational genomics for crop improvement ✤✤ Provides thorough coverage of genomic applications for crop breeding against abiotic stress and quality and yield improvement

Improvement for Quality and Yield Improvement

✤✤ Focuses on abiotic stressors, quality improvement and improving yields ✤✤ Complementary coverage to Volume One on biotic stressors

READERSHIP: Primary Market: Crop science researchers, crop science industry personnel, plant biologists, geneticists, physiologists, cellular and molecular biologists, advanced students taking courses in genomics, plant sciences and agricultural sciences, crop improvement, plant breeding, physiology, and international agriculture

SEP 2013 • 384PP • 978-0-470-96291-6 • CL • £134.00 • €160.80

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Life Sciences

Writing Scientific Research Articles

Strategy and Steps 2nd Edition

MARGARET CARGILL & PATRICK O'CONNOR Consultant in Research Communication Education, Australia; Research Ecologist, Consultant and Science Educator, Australia

✤✤ Provides researchers with the skills needed to get their research published in international, peerreviewed journals – essential for the careers of all scientists ✤✤ Illustrates case studies and “ideal” example papers and incorporates additional chapters on writing review papers and grant applications   

✤✤ Utilises tried and tested courses and material that have been used in a variety of international locations ✤✤ Includes a website with extra material from a variety of disciplines READERSHIP: Early-career scientists involved in the writing of papers for publication in peer-reviewed journals

JUN 2013 • 224PP • 978-1-118-57070-8 • PR • £19.99 • €24.10 / 978-1-118-57069-2 • CL • £70.00 • €82.70 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-19335-1 / 978-1-405-18619-3

Aggression

An Integrated Biosocial Survey

MICHAEL M. P. POTEGAL University of Minnesota Medical School, USA

✤✤ Introductory text to the study of aggression and violence taking a unique interdisciplinary approach to the subject, connecting findings from diverse academic fields to present a thoroughly rounded view

Aggression

✤✤ Written by an international expert with a wide background in neurobiology, animal behaviour and clinical neuropsychology ✤✤ Provides up-to-date coverage of a broad range of aggression-related topics  

✤✤ Highlights parallels between studies of human and animal aggression READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate and graduate students in primarily neuroscience, animal behaviour, psychology, anthropology, criminology, economics, neuroscience, political science, social work, sociology, professionals and clinicians in allied fields who are just getting into aggression research

SEP 2013 • 448PP • 978-1-119-95358-6 • PR • £42.50 • €51.00 / 978-1-119-95359-3 • CL • £100.00 • €120.00

MicroRNAs in Medicine CHARLES H. LAWRIE Biodonostia Institute, Spain

✤✤ Includes an introduction to basic microRNA role and function, and focuses on the role of microRNA in medicine and its potential for novel therapeutics

MicroRNAs in Medicine

✤✤ Provides a comprehensive coverage on the importance of microRNA in normal physiology, infectious and non-infectious disease, and cancer ✤✤ Features the works of an international team of experts in the field ✤✤ Reviews the latest discoveries and points the way forward for future research  

READERSHIP: Researchers, clinicians, students, and allied health professionals in genetics, oncology, immunology, cellular physiology, cell biology, stem cells, virology, microbiology, neurology and including infectious and non-infectious disease

AUG 2013 • 550PP • 978-1-118-30039-8 • CL • £113.00 • €135.60

Biomedical Advances and the Future of Human Health GARETH LENG

Biomedical Advances and the Future of Human Health

University Of Edinburgh, UK

✤✤ Gives a wide range of students a lively overview of what biological sciences can contribute to improvements in human health ✤✤ Looks at how treatments are evaluated, the role of basic science and how the drug industry works to develop drugs ✤✤ Includes coverage of ethical issues, the role of the media and political pressures  

READERSHIP: Undergraduate students across a range of bioscience and biomedical courses, lecturers and professionals interested in the role of biosciences in the understanding and treatment of disease

SEP 2013 • 288PP • 978-0-470-72215-2 • PR • £24.95 • €31.00 / 978-0-470-72216-9 • CL • £75.00 • €93.00

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ALASDAIR MACKENZIE & SCOTT DAVIDSON University of Aberdeen, UK; University of Aberdeen, UK

✤✤ Accessible, focused and applied introduction to the non-coding genome and its importance in development, health and disease ✤✤ Written by a leading expert in the field, this invaluable resource draws previously disparate information on the subject into a single, dedicated volume

Interpreting the non-coding Genome in Health and Disease

✤✤ Provides a unique insight into cutting edge topics   

✤✤ Introduces the most up-to-date techniques for the identification and analysis of genomes regulatory regions in a full-colour format READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate and MSc life science and medical students, postgraduate, PhD and Post-doctoral researchers in the fields of genomics, genetics and cell biology, clinicians including medical geneticists

SEP 2013 • 304PP • 978-1-119-97395-9 • PR • £37.50 • €45.00 / 978-1-119-97396-6 • CL • £90.00 • €108.00

Life Sciences

Interpreting the non-coding Genome in Health and Disease

Forgotten People, Forgotten Diseases

The Neglected Tropical Diseases and their Impact on Global Health and Development 2nd Edition

PETER J. HOTEZ Sabin Vaccine Institute, USA, Baylor College of Medicine, USA and Texas Children's Hospital, USA

✤✤ Explains the most significant neglected tropical diseases (NTDs), including social and economic aspects, public health concerns, and preventative measures ✤✤ Provides a roadmap to coordinate global advocacy and mobilization of resources to combat these conditions

Forgotten People, Forgotten Diseases

✤✤ Authored by one of the world’s leading experts on the NTDs

  

READERSHIP: For anyone interested in NTDs; including public health officials, instructors, students, physicians, and researchers SERIES: ASM PRESS

JUL 2013 • 280PP • 978-1-555-81874-6 • PR • £26.99 • €32.40 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-555-81671-1

Cancer Stem Cells VINAGOLU K. RAJASEKHAR Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, USA

✤✤ Covers basic to advanced research concepts in cancer stem-like cell biology ✤✤ Includes clinical applications and suggestions for therapeutic strategies ✤✤ Features the works of an international team of experts in cancer and stem cell biology

Cancer Stem Cells

✤✤ Includes historical perspectives, current advances, and treatment potential of cancer stem-like cells READERSHIP: Scientists researching cancer therapy and stem cell biology, physician-scientists, oncologists, medical biotechnologists, clinical researchers, postgraduate students in cancer and stem cell biology, medical students

SEP 2013 • 400PP • 978-1-118-35616-6 • CL • £100.00 • €120.00

Stem Cell Therapeutics for Cancer KHALID SHAH Massachusetts General Hospital Harvard Medical School, USA

✤✤ Covers tumoritrophic properties of stem cells, engineering targeted therapeutics, and utilisation of imaging techniques ✤✤ Focuses on the practical applications of using stem cells as gene delivery agents to treat cancer ✤✤ Includes coverage of cutting-edge molecular imaging techniques in stem cell therapeutics for a variety of tumor types ✤✤ Incorporates sections on stem cell therapy in brain cancers, lung cancers, breast cancers, as well as stem cells in combination with other therapies

Stem Cell Therapeutics for Cancer

READERSHIP: Scientists researching cancer therapy and novel drug development, physician-scientists, oncologists, medical biotechnologists, clinical researchers, medical students, specialists in molecular imaging and regenerative medicine

SEP 2013 • 400PP • 978-1-118-28242-7 • CL • £100.00 • €120.00

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Life Sciences

Cyanobacteria An Economic Perspective

PAWAN SHARMA, ASHAWANI K. RAI & LUCAS J. STAL Post-Graduate College Ghazipur, India; Banaras Hindu University, India; Netherlands Institute of Technology, The Netherlands and The University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Cyanobacteria

✤✤ Cyanobacteria are environment friendly resource for commercial production of active biochemicals, drugs and future energy (biodiesel, bioethanol and hydrogen) ✤✤ Comprehensive edited volume covering all areas of an important field and its application to energy, medicine and agriculture ✤✤ In-depth treatment of all areas of cyanobacterial research

✤✤ International approach with leading experts in the field READERSHIP: Researchers, graduates and academic professionals in the life sciences, microbiology and biotechnology, industry professionals

SEP 2013 • 352PP • 978-1-119-94127-9 • CL • £80.00 • €95.70

Biotechnology and Biopharmaceuticals Transforming Proteins and Genes into Drugs 2nd Edition

RODNEY J.Y. HO & MILO GIBALDI University of Washington School of Pharmacy, USA; University of Washington School of Pharmacy, USA

Biotechnology and Biopharmaceuticals

✤✤ Integrates information from pharmacology, biotechnology, and the medical sciences ✤✤ Incorporates new coverage of cell-based therapeautics including stem cells and immune cell therapy ✤✤ Highlights the unique applications of biologics, proteins, and macromolecules as therapeutics ✤✤ Includes new chapters on the clinical trial, approval process, and individualised medicine  

READERSHIP: Research pharmacologists, biopharmaceutical R&D personnel, toxicologists, biotechnologists, clinical pharmacologists, pharmacists, physicians, health scientists

SEP 2013 • 736PP • 978-1-118-17979-6 • PR • £86.95 • €104.40 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-471-20690-3

Essential Biochemistry

3rd Edition

CHARLOTTE W. PRATT & KATHLEEN CORNELY Seattle, Washington; Providence College, USA

✤✤ Within each chapter, Sample Calculations show how to use key equations ✤✤ Each chapter ends with a large selection of problems, including many multi-step case-type problems that require students to apply information rather than simply recall memorized details ✤✤ The interactive exercises/animations and the questions based on them focus on themes such as three-dimensional shape and molecular motions  

✤✤ The text includes additional cross-references to specific topics in the on line exercises READERSHIP: Undergraduate students studying Biochemistry

MAR 2013 • 744PP • 978-1-118-08350-5 • CL • £51.99 • €62.40 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-50477-2

Visualizing Human Biology 4th Edition

KATHLEEN A. IRELAND ✤✤ Students learn how to read and interact with the visuals, making the material they learn accessible and immediately usable ✤✤ The unique visual approach engages students, and keeps them interested in the content ✤✤ A variety of critical thinking questions are provided throughout including Think Critically, Critical and Creative Thinking, Clinical Click, and What is happening in this picture? ✤✤ To help students organize their learning, a new ‘Key Process’ feature has been added to this edition  

READERSHIP: Introductory level Human Biology for undergraduates

FEB 2013 • 752PP • 978-1-118-16987-2 • PR • £113.00 • €136.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-56919-1

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Science and Applications 3rd Edition

LORI A. SMOLIN & MARY B. GROSVENOR University of Connecticut, USA

✤✤ Fuels student interest and reinforces the applicability of nutrition science through the integration of health and disease relationships ✤✤ Applies critical thinking enabling students to bring nutrition out of the classroom ✤✤ Facilitates the understanding of metabolism through bite-size chunks of nutrient ✤✤ Focuses on the overall dietary pattern, the determinant of the healthfulness of diet

READERSHIP: Undergraduate students studying Nutrition

MAR 2013 • 880PP • 978-1-118-28826-9 • CL • £137.00 • €164.80 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-52474-9

Information Theory for Bioinformatics VISWANATHAN ARUNACHALAM ✤✤ Covers a wide range of applications for Shannon Uncertainty and information theory ✤✤ Provides a detailed overview of the practical applications in bioinformatics ✤✤ Includes coverage of diversity in nucleotide and amino acid sequences, sing-nucleotide polymorphism or SNP and indel sites, binding sites in promoter regions, splicing sites, and more

Information Theory for Bioinformatics

✤✤ Offers web tools, online calculators and other resources to accompany the book READERSHIP: Postgraduate students in engineering and mathematics, researchers in bioinformatics and information theory SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN BIOINFORMATICS

SEP 2013 • 250PP • 978-1-118-40006-7 • CL • £73.50 • €88.20

CHEMISTRY / Life Sciences

Nutrition

Biological Knowledge Discovery Handbook Preprocessing, Mining and Postprocessing of Biological Data

MOURAD ELLOUMI & ALBERT Y. ZOMAYA University of Western Australia

✤✤ Discusses the most recent developments on techniques and approaches in the field of KDD ✤✤ Provides in-depth fundamental and technical field information ✤✤ Covers both biological data preprocessing and post-processing

Biological Knowledge Discovery Handbook

✤✤ Analyses both verification systems and discovery systems READERSHIP: Researchers, computer scientists, life scientists, and mathematicians SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN BIOINFORMATICS

AUG 2013 • 900PP • 978-1-118-13273-9 • CL • £117.00 • €140.40

Foundations of Chemistry in the Laboratory 14th Edition

MORRIS HEIN Mount San Antonio College, USA

✤✤ Each section is supported by a worked example and practice problems ✤✤ Sections have been re-written to support a more structured and uniform presentation of the concepts ✤✤ Learning Objectives for each section ✤✤ New questions and revised questions written with a focus on addressing conceptual understanding, using applications and visual indicators, help students visualize what is being asked READERSHIP: Undergraduate students studying General Chemistry

MAR 2013 • 360PP • 978-1-118-28899-3 • PR • £100.00 • €120.00

REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-55490-6

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CHEMISTRY / Analytical Chemistry

General Organic and Biological Chemistry An Integrated Approach 4th Edition

KENNETH W. RAYMOND Eastern Washington University, USA

✤✤ Each chapter now contains short “Did You Know?” paragraphs that point out current topics that relate to the material being presented ✤✤ This text uses an integrated approach in which related general chemistry, organic chemistry, and biochemistry topics are presented in adjacent chapters  

✤✤ Helps students see the strong connections that exist between these three branches of chemistry ✤✤ Chapter One is devoted entirely to helping students to develop and refresh their math skills, and contains numerous sample problems with suggested strategies READERSHIP: Undergraduate students studying General, Organic and Biological Chemistry

MAR 2013 • 672PP • 978-1-118-35258-8 • CL • £123.00 • €147.20 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-50476-5

Understanding Physical Chemistry DOR BEN-AMOTZ ✤✤ The text focuses on the key principles of physical chemistry. As a result, the text is shorter in length, but deeper than most other physical chemistry texts ✤✤ A key feature of this book is its integrated and cohesive structure, which strikes a new balance in the presentation of quantum and classical descriptions of chemical systems ✤✤ Applications of partial differential equations in thermodynamics and matrix algebra in quantum mechanics are fully introduced and explained in this book, without assuming any prior proficiency  

✤✤ Stresses core ideas underlying physical chemistry, such as the entropic forces that drive all chemical processes and the quantum states which dictate the structures and colors of atoms and molecules READERSHIP: Undergraduate students studying Biochemistry

MAY 2013 • 400PP • 978-1-118-29815-2 • PR • £78.95 • €94.40

Basics of Analytical Chemistry and Chemical Equilibria BRIAN M. TISSUE ✤✤ Covers the major points in analytical chemistry and chemical equilibria ✤✤ Improves student problem solving skills through integrated spreadsheet exercises, including the youtry-it spreadsheets and step-by-step guides on the author's website and other additional materials ✤✤ Provides comprehensive understanding of the material through extensive spiraling, both in revisiting prerequisite general chemistry topics and within the text  

✤✤ Shows the build-up of the topics through a three-part structure: quantitative analysis using reactions that go to completion, reactions that do not go to completion, and instrumental methods and analytical separations READERSHIP: Students of chemistry, biochemistry, environmental science, chemical engineering, materials science, nutrition, nursing, agriculture, and biology, and other life sciences professionals

AUG 2013 • 352PP • 978-0-470-59208-3 • PR • £46.95 • €56.40

Cluster Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry Principles and Applications

CHRISTINE M. MAHONEY ✤✤ Covers a wide range of topics ranging from the fundamentals and theory to applications, including cluster sources, organic and polymeric depth profiling, and 3-D imaging in organic and polymeric materials ✤✤ Includes detailed discussions of important measurements made in organic depth profiling, and how to make them such as interface width measurements, sputter yield measurements, and determination of clean-up efficiencies  

✤✤ Details the physics and the chemistry of the sputtering process in organic/polymeric materials ✤✤ Includes contributions by some of the pioneers and founders in the field of organic cluster SIMS including Dr. Greg Gillen, Dr. Andreas Wucher, Dr. Arnaud Delcorte, Dr. Nicholas Winograd, and Dr. John Vickerman READERSHIP: Physicists, analytical and polymer chemists, material scientists, scientists and engineers of mass spectrometry, surface science, and polymer analysis, researchers with backgrounds in chemistry, physics, biology and materials science SERIES: WILEY SERIES ON MASS SPECTROMETRY

JUN 2013 • 364PP • 978-0-470-88605-2 • CL • £76.95 • €92.40

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DR PHILIP MARTIN University of Manchester, UK

✤✤ Covers all types of tunable infrared lasers and laser-based sources which are currently available to the spectroscopist ✤✤ Tunable diode laser gas spectroscopy covers a diverse area, with the technique finding new applications in both industry and academic research including atmospheric, vehicle and stack emissions analysis, process analysis, astronomy and materials science

Biological Knowledge Discovery Handbook

✤✤ Will also be relevant to researchers in various industries, i.e. commercial companies producing diode laser sensors for process and atmospheric monitoring

READERSHIP: Professionals and students in the following areas: Industrial process monitoring, environmental monitoring, regulators, physical chemists, chemical physicists, molecular physicists, atmospheric scientists, materials, spectroscopists, analytical science, combustion, laboratory astrophysics

SEP 2013 • 360PP • 978-1-119-99119-9 • CL • £70.00 • €87.70

Ni-Co 2013 THOMAS P. BATTLE ✤✤ Covers advancements in all aspects of nickel and cobalt processing, including fundamentals, technology, operating practices, and related areas of Platinum-Group Metals (PGM) processing ✤✤ Focuses on the treatment of sulphide and laterite ores, concentrates, and secondary materials for the production of nickel and cobalt   MAR 2013 • 456PP • 978-1-118-60575-2 • CL • £TBA • €TBA

Plant Chemical Biology DOMINIQUE AUDENAERT ✤✤ Discusses how chemical biology can be applied to the studies of plant biology ✤✤ Introduces readers to the chemical biology 2018 toolbox required to perform successful chemical biology studies ✤✤ Includes several chemical biology studies to show how they have allowed the gaining of novel insights into the field of plant physiology and plant cellular processes

Plant Chemical Biology

✤✤ Features chemical biology, a research tool, as a means to identify small molecules which, in turn, can be used to identify the targets of currently used herbicides and develop new herbicides or plant growth regulators

Biochemistry / Analytical Chemistry

Tunable Infrared Laser Absorption Spectroscopy

READERSHIP: Researchers and postgraduate students in plant biotechnology, biochemistry, plant physiology, plant genetics, chemical biology, cellular and molecular biology

SEP 2013 • 300PP • 978-0-470-94669-5 • CL • £83.50 • €100.20

Small-Angle X-Ray Scattering Applications to Structural Molecular Biology

JAN LIPFERT & SEBASTIAN DONIACH ✤✤ Represents the only up–to-date book on small-angle X-ray scattering, which is currently establishing itself as a mainstream technique in structural biology ✤✤ Features useful formulae and background in a format easily accessible to users from more biological (and less quantitative) backgrounds ✤✤ Comprises all major sub-fields and applications of SAXS in the biological and chemical sciences and editing works contributed by the leading experts in the field, one of whom was the founding director of the Stanford Synchrotron Radiation facility

Small-Angle X-Ray Scattering

✤✤ Provides a broader overview of the field and a more comprehensive collection of information than the currently available highly specialised review journal articles READERSHIP: Biophysicists, structural biologists, cryastallographers, biochemists, cellular and molecular biologists, analytical chemists

SEP 2013 • 308PP • 978-0-470-49419-6 • CL • £83.50 • €100.20

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Biochemistry / Biomedical engineering

Novel Bioprocessing Technology for Production of Biopharmaceuticals and Bioproducts W. ZHOU

Novel Bioprocessing Technology for Production of Biopharmaceuticals and Bioproducts

✤✤ Summarises state-of-the art bioprocessing methods which have a broad application to a variety of life science industries ✤✤ Includes case study reviews of six milestone bioproducts ✤✤ Explores a wide selection of host strain types ✤✤ Reviews disruptive bioprocess technologies  

READERSHIP: Industrial, academic researchers, and development scientists in the life sciences industry, students in the biochemical and bioengineering fields SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOENGINEERING

SEP 2013 • 500PP • 978-1-118-36198-6 • CL • £100.00 • €120.00

Protocols for Practical Glycomics and Glycoconjugate Analysis

Protocols for Practical Glycomics and Glycoconjugate Analysis

PARASTOO AZADI ✤✤ Helps readers to perform analyses of a range of carbohydrate modifications to proteins and lipids ✤✤ Standardises data collection and reporting for glycoconjugate analyses ✤✤ Presents otherwise-scattered literature together within a single volume ✤✤ Addresses a dynamic, but complicated and poorly-understood, field of scientific research and discovery that is having great impact on pharmaceutical development  

READERSHIP: Medicinal, carbohydrate, analytical, and organic chemists and biochemists, pharmaceutical and biotech/biopharm researchers in academia and industry, industrial and academic research scientists who perform carbohydrate or glycoanalysis SERIES: METHODS OF BIOCHEMICAL ANALYSIS

SEP 2013 • 264PP • 978-0-470-52430-5 • CL • £66.95 • €80.40

Zona Pellucida Domain Proteins PAUL WASSARMAN, EVELINE LITSCHER & VLADIMIR UVERSKY ✤✤ Provides a coherent, clear, and uniform presentation of structural, genetic, molecular, and biochemical information available for the zona pellucida domain and zona pellucida domain containing-proteins

Zona Pellucida Domain Proteins

✤✤ Details information about the structure and function of the ZP domain in ZPDC-proteins ✤✤ Includes illustrations of the organisation of ZPDC-proteins, the genes that encode the proteins, and examples of mutations in the ZP domain that cause diseases ✤✤ Speculates as to the evolution of the ZP domain and potential therapeutics for diseases stemming from ZP domain mutations and addresses mammalian and non-mammalian systems

READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate and postgraduate students of biochemistry, protein science, medical biochemistry, and genetics, researchers and clinicians of diseases caused by mutations in ZPDC-proteins, such as cancer, infertility, and deafness SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN PROTEIN AND PEPTIDE SCIENCE

AUG 2013 • 308PP • 978-0-470-52811-2 • CL • £83.50 • €100.20

Medical Instrument Design and Development From Requirements to Market Placements

CLAUDIO BECCHETTI & ALESSANDRO NERI RadioLabs, Italy; University of Roma TRE, Italy

✤✤ Discusses the theory of ECG from the foundations to the biomedical product sold on the market (e.g. hardware, firmware, software and telecommunication components) ✤✤ Addresses the design (hardware, software, firmware) plus the economic concepts of a professional European certified ECG (PC based 12-lead resting ECG) complying the American ECG technical standard (AAMI EC 11)  

✤✤ Includes an accompanying website with software, firmware and hardware design of the certified ECG product READERSHIP: Advanced students/lecturers on engineering courses (biomedical, electronic, software telecommunications engineering), industry engineers from medical device companies, product designers

JUL 2013 • 550PP • 978-1-119-95240-4 • CL • £81.95 • €102.10

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K. S. NIKITA ✤✤ Discusses a typical biomedical telemetry system – the main components and technical challenges, technologies and design with emphasis on powering/integration issue and materials for biomedical telemetry applications ✤✤ Covers body area electromagnetics, inductive coupling, antennas, intra-body communications, and non-RF communication links for biomedical telemetry as well as safety issues

Handbook of Biomedical Telemetry

✤✤ Presents biosensor network topologies and standards, context-aware sensing and multi-sensor fusion, security and privacy issues in biomedical telemetry, and the connection with telemedicine  

✤✤ Features Body Sensor Networks applications and examples of wearable, implantable, ingestible devices, stimulator and integrated mobile healthcare system paradigms READERSHIP: Professional engineers, researchers, postgraduate students SERIES: IEEE PRESS SERIES ON BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING

AUG 2013 • 500PP • 978-1-118-38861-7 • CL • £96.95 • €116.40

Nanocatalysis Synthesis and Applications

VIVEK POLSHETTIWAR & TEWODROS ASEFA ✤✤ Overviews nanocatalysts, an increasingly important area for making organic syntheses more green and sustainable, and applications across the pharmaceutical, fine chemical, and petrochemical industries ✤✤ Explains the advantages of nanocatalysts over conventional catalysts, i.e. homogeneous and heterogeneous, and their properties, characterization, and synthesis

Nanocatalysis

✤✤ Illustrates the potential of nanocatalysts to improve the efficiency of catalytic routes for organic syntheses which lead to further developments in the field ✤✤ Outlines state-of-the-art techniques for nanocatalysis, like spectroscopic and microscopy tools, and strategies to improve catalytic activity

READERSHIP: Industrial organic chemists, researchers and technical managers in pharmaceutical, fine chemical, petrochemical, fragrance, refining, and polymer industries, materials scientists, physical chemists, chemical engineers

JUL 2013 • 696PP • 978-1-118-14886-0 • CL • £130.00 • €156.00

A Practitioner's Guide to Effective Maritime and Port Security MICHAEL EDGERTON ✤✤ Provides a maritime-focused critique of current homeland security efforts in the US and internationally ✤✤ Features a comprehensive approach to implementing security measures that promote efficiency and more effective preventive measures ✤✤ Makes a business case for security including how “smart” and effective security can increase efficiency and reduces costs ✤✤ Discusses international maritime security by providing case studies including the M-Star attack in the vicinity of the Straits of Hormuz

  

READERSHIP: Maritime security and supply chain security professionals, government policy makers, homeland security professionals, state and local emergency managers, safety engineers, emergency responders, public health officials

MAR 2013 • 296PP • 978-1-118-09991-9 • CL • £46.95 • €56.40

Guidelines for Laboratory Design Health, Safety, and Environmental Considerations 4th Edition

LOUIS J. DIBERARDINIS, JANET S. BAUM, MELVIN W. FIRST, GARI T. GATWOOD & ANAND K. SETH Polaroid Corporation; Payette Associates; DiHarvard School of Public Health; Harvard University, USA; Massachusetts General Hospital, USA

✤✤ Includes updates on significant changes in laboratory design criteria and many advances in the health and safety aspects of lab design since the publication of the third edition of this book ✤✤ Incorporates up-to-date health regulations, safety references, and environmental considerations for use in laboratory design and offers green laboratories design information ✤✤ Focuses on environmental design issues and green laboratories in addition to the health and safety considerations addressed in the previous editions READERSHIP: Architects, design and consulting engineers, HVAC engineers, industrial hygienists, EHS professionals, students in lab design courses

MAY 2013 • 536PP • 978-0-470-50552-6 • CL • £100.00 • €120.00

Chemical & Environmental Health & Safety / Catalysis / Biomedical engineering

Handbook of Biomedical Telemetry

REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-471-25447-8

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Chemical & Environmental Health & Safety / Chemical Engineering

Falls from Height A Guide to Rescue Planning

LOUI MCCURLEY ✤✤ Offers analysis of the problems associated with post-fall rescue as well as provides a step-by-step guide for pre-planning

Falls from Height

✤✤ Defines steps to create a rescue preplan which includes self-rescue protocols, assisted rescue protocols, and external response protocols ✤✤ Provides a concept-based approach that can be used by employers in any high-angle environment and addresses regulatory and compliance concerns as well as practical solutions ✤✤ Discusses the development of an in-house rescue team protocol versus using external resources, or a combination of the two

READERSHIP: Safety directors, plant supervisors, utilities safety personnel engineers, certified safety professionals, non-destructive testing experts, compliance officers, fall protection professionals, rope access technicians

AUG 2013 • 352PP • 978-1-118-09480-8 • CL • £53.50 • €64.20

On the Practice of Safety 4th Edition

FRED A. MANUELE Hazards Ltd, UK

✤✤ Provides an unparalleled resource on best safety practices ✤✤ Includes lean manufacturing, management of change/pre-job planning and more ✤✤ Covers recent changes such as Prevention through Design adopted by NIOSH ✤✤ Discusses the impact in the US of a European-led drive to have risk assessment recognised  

READERSHIP: Safety professionals in every industry and business, staff persons who have a safety responsibility, environmental specialists; auto industry professionals

MAY 2013 • 600PP • 978-1-118-47894-3 • CL • £66.95 • €80.40 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-471-27275-5

Product Design and Engineering ULRICH BRÖCKEL, WILLI MEIER & GERHARD WAGNER Fh Trier, Birkenfeld, Germany; Dechema E.V., Frankfurt, Germany; DSM Nutritional Products, Kaiseraugst, Switzerland

✤✤ Covers new advances in the fundamentals, innovative technologies and products, where product design and engineering is a vital field in industrial chemistry, and is increasingly gaining interest due to consumer demand ✤✤ Offers an industrial perspective with invaluable contributions on progress in crucial research areas by Unilever, Nestle, Beiersdorf, and BASF

✤✤ Serves as an essential reference for the pharmaceutical, cosmetics and personal care, food, paints, and agricultural industries where emulsions play an important part in these industries ✤✤ Features the editing works of the integral members of the European Federation of Chemical Engineering READERSHIP: Process engineers, chemical engineers, chemists in industry, pharma engineers, professionals in chemical industry, pharmaceutical industry, food industry, cosmetics industry, dyes and pigments industry, paints and coatings industry

SEP 2013 • 300PP • 978-3-527-33220-5 • CL • £105.00 • €126.00

Combustion – From Basics to Applications MAXIMILIAN LACKNER, ÁRPÁD PALOTÁS & FRANZ WINTER Vienna University of Technology, Austria; University of Miskolc, Hungary; Vienna University of Technology, Austria

✤✤ Offers a concise practical-oriented introduction with easy to understand and clear didactic style, and fills a real gap on the topic compared to other much more advanced books ✤✤ Shows why combustion is cheaper and greener, where small developments lead to increasing profits and large improvements for the environment ✤✤ Discusses a worldwide energy challenge on how to make energy production more environmentally friendly  

✤✤ Features the works of experienced international experts in the field who have written many other books READERSHIP: Students in chemical engineering, mechanical engineering, environmental chemists, process engineers, chemists in industry, libraries

AUG 2013 • 350PP • 978-3-527-33351-6 • PR • £60.00 • €72.00 / 978-3-527-33376-9 • CL • £100.00 • €120.00

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GEORGE DELANCEY ✤✤ Features a unique approach to chemical engineering topics in an integrated fashion by illustrating the methodology of process design in the text ✤✤ Focuses both on the discussion and solution of integrated problems in chemical engineering such as material and energy, kinetics, and transport fundamental into practical plant design ✤✤ Facilitates students’ execution of process analysis and plant design in an orderly and logical fashion and can fill a gap in a curriculum, and addresses the evolution in chemical engineering such as its emphasis on the degrees of freedom analysis ✤✤ Provides an all-in-one coverage of topics from process plant interactions to economic analyses and thermodynamoc properties of streams which can be used in both a transport phenomena and senior design class

READERSHIP: Practising chemical engineers, undergraduate and postgraduate students, chemical engineering educators

JUN 2013 • 416PP • 978-0-470-53674-2 • CL • £117.00 • €140.40

Membrane Science & Technology ERIC M. HOEK ✤✤ Provides a comprehensive overview of membrane materials, technologies, and processes and a rigorous presentation of theory from classical to modern ✤✤ Gives a clear presentation of difficult concepts for students just learning about membranes ✤✤ Serves as a valuable theoretical and engineering reference for membrane experts

Membrane Science & Technology

✤✤ Includes a teaching tool that currently does not exist READERSHIP: Researchers, postdoctoral scholars, and postgraduates of biomembranes in physical and surface chemistry, biophysics, chemical engineering, biochemistry, biological chemistry, computational chemistry, pharmaceutical chemistry

JUL 2013 • 516PP • 978-0-470-93294-0 • CL • £83.50 • €100.20

Chemical Engineering

Principles of Chemical Engineering Practice

AIChE Equipment Testing Procedure – Centrifugal Compressors 3rd Edition A Guide to Performance Evaluation and Site Testing

AICHE ✤✤ Provides a cost-effective and reliable reference for improving the performance of new and existing process equipment and detailed procedures which help users avoid costly operational errors ✤✤ Offers step-by-step procedures for planning, executing, and analysing tests of centrifugal compressors with flexibility to be applied in a number of industrial applications ✤✤ Addresses instrumentation and elements to be measured, strategies for data collection and evaluation, and recommendations for scheduling pre-test, in-test and post-test

✤✤ Features computation and interpretation of results, including guidelines for field modifications and analysis of results READERSHIP: Design and process engineers in the petrochemicals, petroleum refining, and natural gas production/manufacturing industries

APR 2013 • 64PP • 978-1-118-62781-5 • PR • £26.95 • €32.40

AIChE Equipment Testing Procedure – Trayed and Packed Columns: A Guide to Performance Evaluation 3rd Edition

AIChE ✤✤ Provides a cost-effective and reliable reference for improving the performance of new and existing process equipment ✤✤ Step-by-step procedures are flexible enough to be applied in a number of industrial applications ✤✤ Addresses selection of instrumentation and identification of elements to be measured, Pre-test planning procedures; Strategies for data collection and evaluation, including sampling procedures, Pre-test, in-test, and post-test considerations.

AIChE Equipment Testing Procedure – Trayed and Packed Columns: A Guide to Performance Evaluation  

READERSHIP: Engineers overseeing traditional distillation operations such as: alcohol manufacturing, crude oil fractionation, water purification and desalination, food and pharmaceutical processing, perfume and fragrances and other commercial manufacturing operations.

MAY 2013 • 128PP • 978-111-8-62771-6 • PR • £33.50 • €40.20  

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Chemical Engineering / Civil Engineering

Boiler Water Systems LORAINE HUCHLER ✤✤ Translates theory into practice, providing information that is immediately useful in the plant ✤✤ Explains water system technology in simple terms and presents concepts in easy-to-read lists, graphs, and diagrams

Boiler Water Systems

✤✤ Provides tips and rules of thumb that are not available anywhere else READERSHIP: Process engineers, chemical engineers, and any other technicians, operators, or personnel who work with water systems in any process plant

JUN 2013 • 450PP • 978-1-118-49633-6 • CL • £130.00 • €156.00  

Cathodic Protection VOLKAN CICEK ✤✤ Covers the theoretical aspects of cathodic protection and the science of the process ✤✤ Provides practical, workable solutions to the everyday problems that engineers working in the field experience with corrosion

Cathodic Protection

✤✤ Shows how cathodic protection is applicable in many different industries, literally anywhere there might be corrosion READERSHIP: Corrosion scientists, chemists and chemical engineers, material scientists, civil, petroleum, metallurgical, mechanical, mining, agricultural, and electrical engineers

MAY 2013 • 350PP • 978-1-118-29040-8 • CL • £117.00 • €140.40

Sustainable Development in Chemical Engineering Innovative Technologies

ANGELO BASILE, VINCENZO PIEMONTE & MARCELLO DE FALCO ✤✤ Shows how consumer demand and governmental policy, for example REACH, drive the need for sustainable chemical processes and products ✤✤ Provides broad subject coverage, addressing renewable energy, process intensification, bio-based platform chemicals as well as water and soil remediation ✤✤ Includes case studies and examples of industrial processes in practice  

✤✤ Serves as a suitable reference for industry practitioners, researchers, and advanced students in chemical engineering READERSHIP: Postgraduates, advanced undergraduates, and researchers in chemical engineering, chemical processes, and biotechnology, chemical engineers working in renewable energy, bioplastics, biofuels, and bioremediation

AUG 2013 • 384PP • 978-1-119-95352-4 • CL • £70.00 • €84.30

Structural Timber Design to Eurocode 5 2nd Edition

JACK PORTEOUS & ABDY KERMANI Napier University, UK; Napier University, UK

✤✤ Provides a clear, step-by-step guide to designing Eurocode 5 compliant timber structures ✤✤ Features many detailed worked examples to explain how the code works ✤✤ Covers recent amendments to EC 5 and includes the additional requirements of BSI information document PD 6693-1-1

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READERSHIP: Structural engineers, civil engineering contractors, undergraduates and postgraduates in timber engineering or structural engineering where there is a significant timber component, general undergraduates of civil and structural engineering

MAY 2013 • 616PP • 978-0-470-67500-7 • PR • £47.50 • €59.20


3rd Edition

PETER BARRETT & EDWARD FINCH University of Salford, UK; University of Salford, UK

✤✤ Builds on the 1st and 2nd editions, reinforcing the driving notion that excellent FM demands an understanding and focus on the positive impacts facilities and their management can have on users

Facilities Management

✤✤ Current edition is well established providing a blend of research-informed opportunities and practical, balanced advice for strategically orientated practitioners ✤✤ Has established itself as a key book for all FM courses and forward thinking FM practitioners

READERSHIP: Senior undergraduate and postgraduate FM students and academics FM practitioners worldwide

SEP 2013 • 320PP • 978-0-470-67397-3 • PR • £47.50 • €60.40

Radio Receiver Technology RALF RUDERSDORFER University Linz, Austria

✤✤ Familiarizes the user of radio receivers with the basic principles and theories of present-day technology ✤✤ Presents concepts on the system level (block diagrams) by taking into consideration the various types of users ✤✤ Examines the entire range of parameters that are characteristic of the technology including the physical effect and measuring techniques ✤✤ Includes result of experiences gained in extended laboratory work and practical testing with examples

READERSHIP: Receiver users from the areas radio interception, radio monitoring, surveillance, signal intelligence, technicians from development, test bay and maintenance, engineers and technicians who work with RF-measurement instruments, students and lecturers in these fields

AUG 2013 • 400PP • 978-1-118-50320-1 • CL • £88.50 • €109.80

Understanding LTE with MATLAB

From Mathematical Foundation to Simulation, Performance Evaluation and Implementation

HOUMAN ZARRINKOUB MathWorks, USA

✤✤ An introduction to the technical details related to physical layer modeling of the LTE standard with MATLAB ✤✤ Written in an accessible, intuitive and progressive style, this is one of the few books in the area with a multi-dimensional focus at 4G LTE PHY standard from mathematical modelling to simulation and implementation

Understanding LTE with MATLAB

✤✤ The author focuses on the mathematical formulation of many enabling technologies (such as OFDM and MIMO) in the context of overall performance of the system READERSHIP: Graduate students and researchers in ECE department; engineers working for mobile communication companies

SEP 2013 • 480PP • 978-1-118-44341-5 • CL • £68.50 • €82.40

Indoor Wireless Communications From Theory to Implementation

ALEJANDRO ARAGÓN-ZAVALA Tecnológico de Monterrey

✤✤ Offers an all-in-one, in-depth reference to indoor wireless communications ✤✤ Discusses a wide range of technologies such as WLANs, Bluetooth, ZigBee, indoor optical communications, WiMAX, UMTS, GSM, UWB, and RFID

Indoor Wireless Communications

✤✤ Explains the propagation mechanisms for inside buildings and offers channel modelling and propagation tools as well as coverage on indoor antennas ✤✤ Includes practical case studies, numerous references, illustrations, and an accompanying website with supporting MATLAB code as well as presentation slides for courses/teaching purposes

Communications Technology / Civil Engineering

Facilities Management

READERSHIP: System planners, wireless technology developers, and design engineers in the field of wireless communications, postgraduates and professors teaching at advanced level, final-year undergraduates, researchers, R&D managers

AUG 2013 • 384PP • 978-0-470-74116-0 • CL • £65.00 • €78.00

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Communications Technology

MPEG-2 Systems History, Fundamentals and Evolution

JAN VAN DER MEER & ALEXANDER MACINNIS Formerly Philips; Broadcom Corporation

✤✤ Works from the basics and background through to the details and fundamentals of MPEG-2 ✤✤ Explores important issues within the standardisation process itself ✤✤ Provides the framework to MPEG-2, covering MPEG-1 Systems ✤✤ Concludes with additional issues such as encoding, reception, other standards, and applications  

READERSHIP: Technical product designers, standardisation experts designing extensions of MPEG-2 systems and/or standards, engineers developing related applications, lecturers, final year undergraduate students, postgraduate students, researchers

SEP 2013 • 352PP • 978-0-470-97433-9 • CL • £65.00 • €82.60

Bit-Interleaved Coded Modulation: Fundamentals, Analysis and Design LESZEK SZCZECINSKI & ALEX ALVARADO INRS, Canada; Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden

✤✤ Offers explanations of all the functioning principles and design options ✤✤ Provides a unique approach, focusing on the coding theory aspects ✤✤ Examines case studies to illustrate analysis and design of BICM ✤✤ Adopts a tutorial approach, explaining the problems in simple terms and providing solutions using accessible mathematical tools  

READERSHIP: Researchers in academia and industry; graduate students; academics; development engineers; R&D managers; university libraries SERIES: WILEY – IEEE

SEP 2013 • 256PP • 978-0-470-68617-1 • CL • £75.00 • €90.00

Heterogeneous Wireless Systems in Indoor Environments FRANCISCO FALCONE, ANTONIO LOPEZ-MARTIN & CARLOS FERNÁNDEZ VALDIVIELSO

Heterogeneous Wireless Systems in Indoor Environments

All of Public University of Navarra

✤✤ Discusses heterogeneous wireless systems, from WLAN, WBAN, WPAN, and 3G to 4G systems and their interaction ✤✤ Describes multiple systems such as wireless sensor networks, wireless local area networks, and HSPA/ LTE networks

✤✤ Offers a top-down approach, from the physical layer to system-level design, stressing the importance of optimised power consumption as well as system performance ✤✤ Explores applications in future domotic control systems and their possible interaction with femtocell deployment READERSHIP: Professionals in wireless system area, students at BSc and MSc levels in electrical engineering, practising engineers, radio engineers, research and deployment teams, product developers

AUG 2013 • 416PP • 978-1-119-97579-3 • CL • £77.50 • €90.10

Opportunistic Spectrum Access Networks A System Level Design

PRZEMYSLAW PAWELCZAK, SOFIE POLLIN & DANIJELA CABRIC ✤✤ Features recent advances in opportunistic and dynamic spectrum access in a cognitive radio system

Opportunistic Spectrum Access Networks

✤✤ Focuses on the media access control or MAC protocol and transport layers, as well as the typical physical layers ✤✤ Includes case studies for OSA in TV white spaces, OSA for local area networks and OSA for system co-existence, and case study on military applications of OSA

✤✤ Presents a balanced view of the comprehensive system level with concrete details READERSHIP: University and corporate researchers, postgraduates with the knowledge of the fundamentals of wireless communications and the general principles of CR and OSA communication, professional societies SERIES: INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY SERIES

JUL 2013 • 250PP • 978-1-118-11618-0 • CL • £80.00 • €96.00

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MARIA STELLA IACOBUCCI Telecom Italia HR Services, Italy

✤✤ Presents a systematic approach to the standard systems and technologies ✤✤ Features an accompanying website features links and white papers ✤✤ Examines the current standards based on cognitive and reconfigurable radio, and analyses future scenarios ✤✤ Includes a general overview of radiomobile (i.e. GSM, UMTS, HSPA, LTE) and wireless (i.e. WLAN, WPAN, WiMAX) network architectures

READERSHIP: Practitioners; Graduate students in electrical, electronic, telecommunication engineering; Network designers; Spectrum managers

JUN 2013 • 312PP • 978-1-119-96930-3 • CL • £77.50 • €95.50

Transforming Data Centers to Public and Private Cloud HABIB MADANI, ZEESHAN NASEH & JIM BUGWADIA ✤✤ Features the works of professionals based at Cisco Services ✤✤ Includes case studies related to deploying IaaS cloud and management software through automation of a multi-tenant data centre infrastructure environment ✤✤ Provides real field-tested content and enables readers to be better prepared to plan, build, and operate cloud and cloud services

Transforming Data Centers to Public and Private Cloud

✤✤ Discusses the logistical and operational challenges in deploying this IaaS READERSHIP: IT analysts, CxOs, SP architects, enterprise architects, OSS/NMS architects and engineers, program managers, operations and NOC leaders, postgraduate students studying software engineering

AUG 2013 • 350PP • 978-1-118-28835-1 • CL • £50.50 • €60.60

Web Application Design and Implementation Apache 2, PHP5, MySQL, JavaScript, and Linux/UNIX 2nd Edition

STEVEN A. GABARRO Stevens Institute of Technology

✤✤ Offers updated HTML content which is 100% HTML5 compliant ✤✤ Includes screenshots to illustrate important concepts and procedures

Web Application Design and Implementation

✤✤ Features new chapters on AJAX, JQuery, and web security including in-depth coverage of CSS and CSS3

✤✤ Incorporates end-of-chapter problems and a solutions manual READERSHIP: Upper-level undergraduate students, professionals in web programming and development, and software project management SERIES: QUANTITATIVE SOFTWARE ENGINEERING SERIES

JUL 2013 • 400PP • 978-1-118-36196-2 • CL • £60.50 • €72.60

The Architecture of Computer Hardware and System Software An Information Technology Approach 5th Edition

IRV ENGLANDER Bentley College

✤✤ An accessible introduction to the basic principles of computer system architecture and organisation in the context of the current technological landscape ✤✤ Includes a chapter on the fundamentals of networking as it relates to computer systems as well as a chapter that describes business systems of all kinds; from entrepreneurial to small business, networked, distributed, and more

The Architecture of Computer Hardware and System Software

Computer Science / Communications Technology

Reconfigurable Radio Systems: Network Architectures and Standards

✤✤ Features several real-world case studies clearly showing how the concepts are applied in the field READERSHIP: IS and IT Professionals, Lecturers and Computer Science Students

SEP 2013 • 709PP • 978-1-118-32263-5 • CL • £68.95 • €82.40 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-471-71542-9

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Electrical Engineering

Electricity Markets K. BHATTACHARYA ✤✤ Features a variety of solved numerical problems as well as end-of-chapter exercises ✤✤ Maintains sufficient background of both economic fundamentals and optimisation

Electricity Markets

✤✤ Provides computer programs for hands-on development of electricity market operational problems using the general algebraic modelling systems or GAMS software platform ✤✤ Includes supplementary website to enhance the understanding of the subject matter and provides solutions to end-of-chapter exercises

READERSHIP: Masters and Ph.D. students in power engineering and associated power engineering faculty, postgraduate students and researchers from multi-disciplinary areas working in electricity markets, power industry professionals

SEP 2013 • 400PP • 978-1-118-30692-5 • CL • £80.50 • €96.60

Circuit Oriented Electromagnetic Modeling Using the PEEC Techniques

Circuit Oriented Electromagnetic Modeling Using the PEEC Techniques

ALBERT RUEHLI, GIULIO ANTONINI & LIJUN JIANG ✤✤ Helps readers to bridge the gap between electromagnetics and circuits ✤✤ Contains fundamentals, derivations, applications, and examples of the PEEC method ✤✤ Provides detailed mathematical derivations in the Appendix READERSHIP: Students, researchers, and developers in physical layer modelling of IC interconnects and packaging, PCBs, high speed links, EMC and EMI, EDA tool development and applications, signal and power integrity

SEP 2013 • 600PP • 978-1-118-43664-6 • CL • £93.50 • €112.20

ESD

Analog Circuits and Design 2nd Edition

STEVEN H. VOLDMAN IBM, USA

ESD

✤✤ Elucidates analog design fundamentals or circuit fundamentals as well as outlining the various ESD implications and covers a large breadth of subjects and technologies such as CMOS, LDMOS, BCD, SOI, and thick body SOI

✤✤ Establishes an “ESD analog design” discipline that distinguishes itself from the alternative ESD digital design focus and emphasises circuit and circuit design applications ✤✤ Features the artwork and tutorial style of the ESD book series making it accessible for the reader ✤✤ Provides PowerPoint slides for university faculty members READERSHIP: Electrical, ESD, device, characterisation, failure analysis, and semiconductor engineers; power, digital, circuit, and analog and on-chip power network designers; undergraduates and postgraduates in electrical engineering

SEP 2013 • 416PP • 978-1-119-96518-3 • CL • £88.00 • €111.20

Design and Fabrication of Self-Powered Micro-Harvesters Rotating and Vibrated Micro-Power Systems

Design and Fabrication of Self-Powered Micro-Harvesters

C. T. PAN, Y. M. HWANG, LIWEI LIN & YING-CHUNG CHEN ✤✤ Discusses the newer harvesting devices including vibration-induced and rotary electromagnetic microgenerators, polyvinylidene fluoride or nanoscale/microscale fibre, and piezo-micro-generators ✤✤ Presents innovative technologies including low temperature co-fire ceramic or LTCC processes, and printed circuit board or PCB processes

✤✤ Offers interdisciplinary interest in MEMS/NEMS technologies, green energy applications, bio-related sensors, actuators, and generators ✤✤ Describes the fundamentals, applications, and explanations of micro-harvesters, with full illustration and in a readable style READERSHIP: Electrical and mechanical engineering postgraduates, researchers interested in electricity generation and energy harvesting, MEMS processes and design professionals, advanced material and vibration analysts

JUL 2013 • 320PP • 978-1-118-48779-2 • CL • £95.00 • €114.00

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2nd Edition

MAN YOUNG RHEE Seoul National University, Korea

✤✤ Chapter on the evolution and migration from first-generation (1G) to third-generation (3G) mobile radio technologies and chapter on fourth generation (4G) wireless network technologies ✤✤ Provides an introduction to the use of cryptography in the current Internet protocols ✤✤ Applies cryptographic principles to the technologies in use on the Internet e.g. PGP, S/MIME, IPsec, SSL TLS, Firewalls and SET (protecting credit card transactions) ✤✤ Written by an author who has 45 years’ experience in industry (Samsung, Korea Telecommunications etc.) and academia

READERSHIP: Graduate students on security and cryptography courses, engineers working on Internet technology, researchers in security and cryptography areas

APR 2013 • 514PP • 978-1-118-49653-4 • CL • £75.00 • €90.90

Mobile Satellite Communications Principles and Trends 2nd Edition

MADHAVENDRA RICHHARIA Knowledge Space Ltd., UK

✤✤ Comprehensive treatment of mobile satellite communications, including architectural and operational aspects, as well as economical and regulatory issues

Mobile Satellite Communications

✤✤ Addresses topics such as mobile broadcasting, mobile broadband techniques, IP emphasis, radio resource management for IP network, advanced frequency planning techniques, high altitude platform system architecture

✤✤ Covers emerging trends such as Ka band mobile broadband, mobile VSATs and television broadcasting to handheld units, etc READERSHIP: Practicing engineers in satellite communications and broadcasting, research and development professionals working in these areas, mobile satellite service providers and operators

SEP 2013 • 640PP • 978-1-119-99886-0 • CL • £97.00 • €112.70

Space Electronic Reconnaissance Localization Principles and Technologies

FUCHENG GUO ✤✤ Presents the theories and applications of the determination of the position of an object in space through the use of satellites ✤✤ Introduces methods, principles, and technologies of localisation and tracking in the space electronic reconnaissance system as well as the localisation algorithm and error in satellite system and near space platform system

Space Electronic Reconnaissance

✤✤ Introduces methods, principles, and technologies of the tracking algorithm and error in single satellite-to-satellite tracking system

✤✤ Provides the fundamentals, the mathematics, the limitations, the measurements, and systems of localisation with emphasis on defense industry applications READERSHIP: Engineers working in avionics, radar, communication, navigation, and electronic warfare, postgraduates studying aerospace, electronic, and communication engineering, including electronic countermeasures

SEP 2013 • 416PP • 978-1-118-54219-4 • CL • £95.00 • €114.00

Foundations of Fuzzy Control A Practical Approach 2nd Edition

JAN JANTZEN Technical University of Denmark, Denmark

✤✤ Includes new chapters on gain scheduling control and neurofuzzy modelling ✤✤ Focuses on the proportional, integral, derivative, or PID type controller

Foundations of Fuzzy Control

✤✤ Sets out practical worked through problems, examples, and case studies to illustrate control systems ✤✤ Comes with a website hosting downloadable MATLAB programs and an online course on fuzzy control READERSHIP: Postgraduate students studying mechanical and electrical engineering, industry practitioners

SEP 2013 • 288PP • 978-1-118-50622-6 • CL • £75.00 • €93.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-02963-3

Electrical Engineering

Wireless Mobile Internet Security


Electrical Engineering

Quality Strategy for Systems Engineering and Management M. SHIU

Quality Strategy for Systems Engineering and Management

✤✤ Features five case studies, more than 30 tables and 70 figures and proposes a common framework that can be adopted by users of various quality strategies ✤✤ Aims to compare and integrate quality practices from the Eastern and Western Hemispheres ✤✤ Identifies key issues and proposes improvements in current models of quality engineering ✤✤ Describes the relationships between quality function deployment or QFD and modern philosophies of quality management such as Design for Excellence, Design for Six Sigma, etc

READERSHIP: R&D managers, engineers, and quality practitioners, professors and students of industrial engineering, industrial management, systems engineering, and business administration Series: Wiley Series in Systems Engineering and Management

AUG 2013 • 360PP • 978-1-118-48763-1 • CL • £73.50 • €88.20

Applied Reliability Engineering and Risk Analysis Probabilistic Models and Statistical Inference

ILIA FRENKEL

Applied Reliability Engineering and Risk Analysis

✤✤ Features the first book to treat the important areas of degradation analysis, multi-state system reliability, networks, and large scale systems in one comprehensive volume ✤✤ Covers all the recent advances in the individual fields with the most up-to-date research and results by the lead scientists, researchers, and practitioners in their respective reliability fields ✤✤ Describes theoretical and practical issues, and contains several supporting case studies ✤✤ Represents a timely publication with emphasis on commemorating the 100th anniversary of the birth of Boris Gnedenko, the renowned Russian mathematician and reliability theorist

READERSHIP: Engineers and scientists involved in reliability analysis, applied probability and statistics, reliability engineering and maintenance, logistics, and quality control, postgraduates in reliability analysis, applied probability, and statistics

SEP 2013 • 426PP • 978-1-118-53942-2 • CL • £100.95 • €125.20

Renewable Energy – Sustainable Energy Concepts for the Energy Change 2nd Edition

ROLAND WENGENMAYR, THOMAS BÜHRKE & WILLIAM D. BREWER Frankfurt; Schwetzingen

✤✤ Offers a comprehensive overview of the development of sustainable energy sources and includes new chapters on tidal power stations, the Desertec project, thermography of buildings, and more ✤✤ Discusses current first generation “bio”-fuels and presents promising solutions ✤✤ Provides an excellent balance of expertise and general intelligibility for the general interest reader  

✤✤ Includes new articles on thin film solar cells, bio fuels, seaweed, tidal currents, osmosis,desertec, hydrogen, electric vehicles, and thermography, and information diagrams and boxes READERSHIP: Applied physicists, engineers in power technology, engineers in natural sciences, university libraries, energy supplying companies, politicians, environmental agencies

NOV 2012 • 170PP • 978-3-527-41187-0 • CL • £24.95 • €30.00

Reactive Power Compensation A Practical Guide

WOLFGANG HOFMANN, JÜRGEN SCHLABBACH & WOLFGANG JUST Consulting Engineer, Germany; Bielefeld College of Further Education

Reactive Power Compensation

✤✤ Presents a concise overview as well as deep specific knowledge on the segment power factor regulation and network quality ✤✤ Combines the theory of reactive power compensation with typical application examples such as car manufacturing, metal rolling, and chemical works

✤✤ Represents the only dedicated resource on reactive power compensation ✤✤ Covers the economical aspects of this technology, including the efficienct use of energy and the reduction of CO2 READERSHIP: Electrical engineers and technicians in utilities, industry, and planning agencies, maintenance engineers, designers, manufacturing companies, researchers, undergraduates and postgraduates in electrical engineering, professors

APR 2012 • 398PP • 978-3-800-73279-1 • CL • £50.00 • €59.10

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An Introduction

CLAUDIO LIMA ✤✤ Features examples and case studies of both existing and future smart grid systems and solutions, and provides details of the three main architectures – ICT, power, and energy architectures ✤✤ Discusses critical infrastructures such as cybersecurity

Smart Grid

✤✤ Includes a chapter on the next generation industry and R&D trends in smart grid ✤✤ Emphasises communications and includes material on cloud computing, X-Grids, etc

READERSHIP: Practitioners/professionals in electric utilities, energy, IT/computing/software, telecommunications, semiconductors, control and automation, and equipment manufactures, regulators, standards bodies

AUG 2013 • 300PP • 978-1-118-12848-0 • CL • £60.50 • €72.60

The Science and Technology of Energy PAUL MEAKIN ✤✤ Aids technically educated individuals in energy R&D management in energy companies and companies that consume large amounts of energy to recognise business opportunities and threats, and helps them with research planning ✤✤ Influences technically educated individuals in energy policy work as well as university administrators and government laboratory managers who are interested in energy R&D and/or energy relevant R&D

The Science and Technology of Energy

READERSHIP: Scientists and engineers working on a particular energy source, scientists working in materials science, chemical engineering, environmental science, physics, chemistry, and biology SERIES: WILEY-SCRIVENER

JUL 2013 • 700PP • 978-0-470-62613-9 • CL • £147.00 • €176.40

Understanding Hyperspectral Image and Signal Processing PAUL D. GADER & JOCELYN CHANUSSOT University of Florida, USA; Grenoble Institute of Technology, France

✤✤ Describes the science and hardware technology underlying hyperspectral image analysis ✤✤ Focuses on the mathematical and algorithmic concepts for processing hyperspectral data ✤✤ Outlines how to write programs that can find things that are smaller than a single pixel, and in turn details how to write programs that can describe and classify components of a scene

Electrical Engineering

Smart Grid

Understanding Hyperspectral Image and Signal Processing

✤✤ Includes companion website hosted by the authors offering publicly available hyperspectral images and sample programs for processing, as well as Matlab code

READERSHIP: Postgraduates in computer science, computer engineering and electrical engineering involved in understanding the processing methods to devise algorithms, software and hardware for hyperspectral systems

SEP 2013 • 512PP • 978-1-118-55051-9 • CL • £72.50 • €89.90

Agile Contracts

Creating Successful IT Projects with Scrum

ANDREAS OPELT, BORIS GLOGER, WOLFGANG PFARL & RALF MITTERMAYR ✤✤ Presents works by pioneers and leaders in the field of Agile and Scrum ✤✤ Provides templates, a toolbox, and examples of agile fixed price contracts

Agile Contracts

✤✤ Represents the only book dedicated exclusively to the legal, procurement, and project management considerations of agile contracts READERSHIP: IT professionals, IT project managers, CIOs, CFOs, IT key account managers, IT consultants, The Agile/Scrum community

MAY 2013 • 300PP • 978-1-118-63094-5 • PR • £43.50 • €52.20

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Electrical Engineering

Chaos Analysis and Chaotic EMI Suppression of DC-DC Converters

Chaos Analysis and Chaotic EMI Suppression of DC-DC Converters

BO ZHANG ✤✤ Introduces chaos theory, its analytical methods, and the means to apply chaos to the switching power supply design ✤✤ Approaches the subject in a systematic manner from analysing method, chaotic phenomenon and EMI characteristics, analytical methods for chaos, to applying chaos to reduce electromagnetic interference or EMI ✤✤ Highlights advanced research work in the fields of statistic characters of non-linear behaviours and chaotic PWM technology to suppress EMI of switching converters

✤✤ Bridges the gap between numerical theory and real-world applications, enabling power electronics designers to both analyse the effects of chaos and leverage these effects to reduce EMI READERSHIP: Engineers in power electronics, renewable energy, and wind energy systems, postgraduate students of power electronic converters, researchers in chaos and non-linear dynamics, EMI, and EMC

SEP 2013 • 270PP • 978-1-118-45100-7 • CL • £80.00 • €96.00

Sneak Circuits of Power Electronic Converters BO ZHANG ✤✤ Highlights the advanced research works in the sneak circuit analysis by a leading author in the field

Sneak Circuits of Power Electronic Converters

✤✤ Provides original treatment of power electronics converters and targets both introductory and advanced levels ✤✤ Offers guidelines for industry professionals involved in the design of power electronic systems, enabling early detection of potential problems READERSHIP: Postgraduate students in electrical engineering, engineers and researchers in power electronics, researchers in power electronics reliability

JUL 2013 • 350PP • 978-1-118-37994-3 • CL • £100.00 • €120.00

Encyclopedic Dictionary of Signal and Image Processing

Encyclopedic Dictionary of Signal and Image Processing

DR. WILLIAM SANDHAM & DR. DAVID HAMILTON Scotsig, UK; Ateeda Limited

✤✤ Gives a comprehensive treatment of the theory and practice of signal processing, both digital and analogue and provides a definitive source of accurate and concise information on modern signal processing terminology ✤✤ Covers all applications areas – communications, seismic, biomedical, radar/sonar multimedia, VLSI, and industrial technology including hardware and software issues

✤✤ Allows rapid access to essential information with extensive cross references, cross-referred blind entries, indexes, literature, software and internet references, and bibliography ✤✤ Features contributions from 12 international authorities in signal processing and includes all topics covered in the Editors Information Classification Scheme of the IEEE Transactions in Signal Processing   JUL 2013 • 512PP • 978-0-471-49974-9 • CL • £65.00 • €76.80

Acoustic Array Systems

Theory, Implementation, and Application

MINGSIAN R. BAI, JEONG-GUON IH & JACOB BENESTY ✤✤ Encompasses theoretical background, implementation considerations, and application know-how and shows how to tackle broader problems in signal processing, control, and transducers ✤✤ Covers both farfield and nearfield techniques in a balanced way and introduces innovative algorithms including equivalent source imaging or NESI and high-resolution nearfield arrays ✤✤ Provides selected code examples for download enabling readers to practise on their own ✤✤ Includes presentation slides for instructor use  

READERSHIP: Postgraduates and researchers in acoustics, noise control engineering, audio engineering, and signal processing, practising engineers in automotive, information, telecommunications, consumer electronics, and aerospace industries

FEB 2013 • 536PP • 978-0-470-82723-9 • CL • £100.00 • €120.00

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Theory and Applications 2nd Edition University of Utah, USA

✤✤ Provides an in-depth study of applications which now includes extensive coverage of OFDM, MIMO and smart antennas ✤✤ Contains exercises and computer simulation problems at the end of each chapter ✤✤ Includes a new companion website hosting MATLAB® simulation programs which complement the theoretical analyses, enabling the reader to understand the behaviours and properties of the various adaptive algorithms  

READERSHIP: Practicing signal processing engineers, other engineers in the industry wanting to implement adaptive filters, researchers and postgraduate students

MAY 2013 • 816PP • 978-1-119-97954-8 • CL • £81.95 • €101.80 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-471-98337-8

Fundamentals of General Linear Acoustics FINN JACOBSEN & PETER MOLLER JUHL Technical University of Denmark, Denmark; University of South Denmark, Denmark

✤✤ Fills the gap between the available advanced but difficult books and more elementary textbooks on fundamentals of acoustics ✤✤ The book is equally accessible to readers from a range of backgrounds, including signal processing in particular, electrical engineering more broadly, physics and mechanical engineering ✤✤ Contains set of appendices which includes material on signal analysis and processing as these tools are essential for the modern acoustician, and rarely covered in acoustics texts READERSHIP: Acoustic engineers, noise control engineers, audio engineers, and environmental engineers; MSc students studying acoustics in: electrical engineering, telecommunication, signal processing, mechanical engineering, physics or civil engineering

JUL 2013 • 304PP • 978-1-118-34641-9 • CL • £56.95 • €70.90

Electrical Engineering

Adaptive Filters

Microwave Filters for Communication Systems Fundamentals, Design and Applications 2nd Edition

RICHARD J. CAMERON, CHANDRA M. KUDSIA, RAAFAT MANSOUR, VICENTE BORIA & SANTIAGO COGOLLOS COM DEV International; Mantrix Inc.; University of Waterloo

✤✤ Describes system requirements and constraints for microwave filters, fundamental considerations in the theory and design of microwave filters, and the use of EM techniques to analyse and optimise filter structures

Microwave Filters for Communication Systems

✤✤ Devotes a new chapter to the application of EM techniques for the physical realisation of microwave filters and multiplexing networks

✤✤ Provides a chapter on tunable filters and a chapter on examples and exercises READERSHIP: Postgraduate students, engineers working in areas of microwave technologies and equipment for satellite and wireless communication systems, professors who teach microwaves, system engineers in the telecommunication industry

SEP 2013 • 900PP • 978-1-118-27434-7 • CL • £83.50 • €100.20

Grid Integration of Wind Energy 3rd Edition

SIEGFRIED HEIER Kassel University, Germany

✤✤ Features new material from the fourth and fifth German editions, equating to 12.5% brand new material ✤✤ Covers the ‘hot topic’ of grid connection for offshore wind farms and offshore technologies, including lots of illustrations and brand new material on low voltage fault dynamics and control of turbines

Grid Integration of Wind Energy

✤✤ Includes up-to-date coverage on completely new generator developments for wind turbines, developed over the past two years ✤✤ Illustrates how wind turbines can operate like conventional power plants using advanced control systems, and discusses the profitability of wind turbine integration in electrical power grids and its environmental impact

READERSHIP: Practising power systems engineers and researchers in planning, installation, and grid integration of wind turbines and power plants, regulators, professors, postgraduates of wind power technology courses, advanced undergraduates, regulators

AUG 2013 • 448PP • 978-1-119-96294-6 • CL • £77.50 • €93.30 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-86899-7

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Electrical Engineering

Grid Integration of Electric Vehicles in Open Electricity Markets QIUWEI WU ✤✤ Explores the field of electric vehicles or EVs, including the impact of EV charging and discharging on transmission and distribution networks, optimal EV charging management, and EV battery technology and modelling ✤✤ Fills the need for a book that covers EV integration alongside electricity market design for EV integration, and the interaction between EVs and different electricity markets ✤✤ Presents the latest research in EV integration technology and many results from 2018 live’ projects  

✤✤ Provides up-to-date case studies and examples to help readers to carry out similar studies across the world READERSHIP: Power engineers, grid/distributed systems operators, researchers, policy makers, postgraduates, undergraduates, distribution and transmission companies, EV manufacturers, market professionals, regulators, energy providers

JUL 2013 • 312PP • 978-1-118-44607-2 • CL • £78.50 • €99.20

Locational Marginal Pricing (LMP) in Electricity Markets

Locational Marginal Pricing (LMP) in Electricity Markets

ZUYI LI Global Energy Markets Solutions (GEMS), USA

✤✤ Presents an in-depth introduction to the economic and technical foundations of modern electricity markets with locational marginal price or LMP, the key to understanding today's market operation ✤✤ Covers the important topics of transmissions and financial transmission rights or FTR, planning issues, and the relation to renewable sources ✤✤ Includes various illustrative examples and end-of-chapter problems for use as homework exercises

✤✤ Comes with a companion website which holds a link to the author's own page which includes further research in power markets and LMP, class projects, MATLAB code, and a solutions manual READERSHIP: Senior undergraduates and postgraduates in electrical power engineering, smart grid, and renewable energy, professionals, practising engineers, and analysts in power utilities, independent system operators SERIES: WILEY – IEEE

SEP 2013 • 350PP • 978-1-118-35942-6 • CL • £69.50 • €87.90

Automating with SIMATIC S7-400 inside TIA Portal HANS BERGER ✤✤ Features the SIMATIC S7-400 automation system used in high level applications in process industry all over the world ✤✤ Discusses the new TIA Portal which by far is the most intuitive, efficient, and proven engineering framework READERSHIP: Automation industry, automation engineers, electrical engineers, Master's students in engineering sciences, measurement and control engineers, lecturers in measurement and control engineering, polytechnics for automation  

MAR 2013 • 760PP • 978-3-895-78383-8 • CL • £60.00 • €72.00

Automating with SIMATIC S7-1200 2nd Edition

HANS BERGER ✤✤ Discusses the SIMATIC S7-1200 automation system used in thousands of applications all over the world READERSHIP: Engineering consultants, automation engineers, lecturers in measurement and control engineering, polytechnics for automation, process engineers, control engineers, measurement and control engineers, robotics engineers

FEB 2013 • 600PP • 978-3-895-78385-2 • CL • £45.00 • €54.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-3-895-78356-2

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Into the Cross Currents

SERGE LURYI State University of New York, USA

✤✤ Identifies the direction in which microelectronics is headed, enabling readers to move forward with research in an informed, efficient, and profitable manner

Future Trends in Microelectronics

✤✤ Includes 35 contributor chapters by international authorities from leading universities, major semiconductor companies, and government laboratories ✤✤ Provides a unified, cohesive exploration of trends in microelectronics, many steps up from a collection of conference papers in organisational style and theme

READERSHIP: Microelectronics professionals, university libraries, researchers in communications, solid state physics, electronics, and materials science, postgraduates, professional engineers, government policy makers, planners

SEP 2013 • 385PP • 978-1-118-44216-6 • CL • £86.95 • €104.40

Physics and Applications of SOI Lubistors Lateral, Unidirectional, Bipolar-type Insulated-gate Transistors

YASUHISA OMURA ✤✤ Presents an advanced level consolidation of the technology, physics, and design of silicon-oninsulator lubistors ✤✤ Features the works of the inventor of the Lubistor and describes the technology for readers to understand the physics and applications of the device ✤✤ Represents the first book devoted to the Lubistor transistor which is presently being utilised in electrostatic discharge applications in SOI technology, a growing market for semiconductor devices and advanced technologies

✤✤ Approaches the topic in a systematic manner, from physical theory, through to modelling, and finally circuit applications

Electrical Engineering

Future Trends in Microelectronics

READERSHIP: Device and circuit engineers, postgraduate students on electrical engineering courses and research scientists in universities

JUN 2013 • 304PP • 978-1-118-48790-7 • CL • £95.00 • €114.00

Introduction to Numerical Electrostatics LAWRENCE N. DWORSKY Phoenix, USA

✤✤ Represents the first book of its kind uniquely devoted to the field of computational electrostatics and includes problem sets and a solutions manual ✤✤ Provides example computer code in MATLAB ✤✤ Enables readers using MATLAB or other simulation packages to gain insight into the inner workings of these packages and how to account for their limitations

Introduction to Numerical Electrostatics

✤✤ Comes with a website which provides computer source code listings

READERSHIP: Postgraduate students in engineering and physics, students in electrostatics courses, working engineers, physicists

SEP 2013 • 350PP • 978-1-118-44974-5 • CL • £60.50 • €72.60

Lasers and Optoelectronics Fundamentals, Devices and Applications

ANIL MAINI ✤✤ Represents the only book to offer a solid coverage of lasers, laser electronics, optoelectronics, devices’ principles of operation, and laser applications in one single volume ✤✤ Provides detailed coverage of both existing and emerging applications

Lasers and Optoelectronics

✤✤ Presents a large number of solved, practical examples, chapter summaries, self-evaluation exercises, and further problems and questions in each chapter ✤✤ Includes electronics and circuitry, which are of major importance for engineers working with lasers READERSHIP: R&D engineers, academics, and scientists engaged in lasers and optoelectronics, technicians engaged in operation and maintenance of lasers and optoelectronics systems, senior undergraduate, postgraduate, and Ph.D. students

AUG 2013 • 576PP • 978-1-118-45887-7 • CL • £84.95 • €107.40

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Electrical Engineering

Identification of Physical Systems

Applications to Condition Monitoring, Fault Diagnosis, Soft Sensor and Controller Design

RAJAMANI DORAISWAMI, MARYHELEN STEVENSON & CHRIS DIDUCH University of New Brunswick, Canada; University of New Brunswick, Canada; University of New Brunswick, Canada

Identification of Physical Systems

✤✤ Provides a clear understanding of theoretical and practical issues in identification and its applications, enabling the reader to grasp a clear understanding of the theory and apply it to practical problems ✤✤ Offers a self-contained guide by including the background necessary to understand this interdisciplinary subject ✤✤ Includes case studies for the application of identification on physical laboratory scale systems as well as a number of illustrative examples throughout the book

✤✤ Features the emerging areas of fault diagnosis, performance monitoring, condition-based maintenance, software-based sensors, and autonomous systems READERSHIP: Postgraduates and practising engineers in electrical computer, biomedical, chemical, and mechanical engineering, students developing software for performance monitoring, fault diagnosis, condition-based monitoring

AUG 2013 • 224PP • 978-1-119-99012-3 • CL • £80.00 • €100.20

Systemigrams, A Pocket Guide A Journey in Systems and System Concepts

B. SAUSER ✤✤ Includes illustrative systemigrams and case studies

Systemigrams, A Pocket Guide

✤✤ Comes with the SystemiTool software, developed by the author ✤✤ Provides an overview of systems thinking, particularly in regard to systemigrams ✤✤ Incorporates graphical representations of Systemigrams READERSHIP: Technical leaders in industry and business trying to confront complex problems, postgraduates in engineering and business management, professionals with varied backgrounds working for federal agencies, government contractors

SEP 2013 • 250PP • 978-1-118-37646-1 • PR • £20.50 • €24.60

Electric Drives in Sustainable Energy Systems A Graduate Course Using MATLAB and Simulink

NED MOHAN University of Minnesota, USA

Electric Drives in Sustainable Energy Systems

✤✤ Features a comprehensive explanation of how electric drives operate under dynamic conditions ✤✤ Incorporates video clips and slides in most chapters ✤✤ Includes hardware and software lab with solutions manual, online homework problems and in-class discussion problems ✤✤ Offers concept quizzes to reinforce fundamentals

READERSHIP: Postgraduate or senior-level undergraduate engineering students and practising engineers

AUG 2013 • 220PP • 978-1-118-48548-4 • CL • £83.50 • €100.20

Nuclear Power and Safety Electric Power Generation and Control

J. B. KNOWLES ✤✤ Features the writings of one of the experts who advised on the Chernobyl problem as well as in the aftermath of Three Mile Island ✤✤ Provides novel, practical engineering assessments for geothermal, hydro, solar, tidal, and wind generation based on available data on cost, safety, environmental damage, capacity factor reliability, and grid compatibility, with some nuclear comparisons

✤✤ Describes the concepts of eigenvalues and real frequency response for linearised models as a means of establishing stability ✤✤ Offers original analyses with experimental validation of molten fuel coolant interactions which appear here for the first time and provides an analysis of the circumstances that led to the Fukushima disaster READERSHIP: Ph.D., and MSc students, design, control, or structural engineers in nuclear and other industries, staff in industries with nuclear power interests such as GE, Rolls-Royce, US national laboratories

AUG 2013 • 305PP • 978-1-118-55170-7 • CL • £80.50 • €96.60

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2nd Edition

GILBERT M. MASTERS Stanford University, USA

✤✤ Provides new and improved topics with more details on grid stability, frequency and voltage control, importance of reactive power balance, and ramp rates of conventional power plants ✤✤ Covers grid integration of renewable energy systems, introducing complementarity and dispatchabiity of renewables, issues of transmission congestion and renewables curtailment, and role of a smarter grid

Renewable and Efficient Electric Power Systems

✤✤ Offers pertinent information on financial aspects of renewables and efficiency and addresses growing issue of off-grid renewable energy systems for emerging markets in the developing world ✤✤ Brings topics covered in the first edition up to date and presents completely worked numerical examples of every important concept READERSHIP: Entry-level engineering students on renewable energy systems and new professionals working in this emerging field

AUG 2013 • 736PP • 978-1-118-14062-8 • CL • £93.50 • €112.20

Smart Grid: Communication-Enabled Intelligence for the Electric Power Grid STEPHEN F. BUSH General Electric Global Research, USA

✤✤ Explores smart grid from the perspective of traditional power systems as well as from communications ✤✤ Addresses smart grid from generation to consumption; both as it is planned today and how it will likely evolve tomorrow ✤✤ Covers communications in the smart grid being developed today as well as proposed applications enabled by this new technology

Smart Grid: CommunicationEnabled Intelligence for the Electric Power Grid

✤✤ Includes an accompanying website containing solutions to exercises and updates

Electrical Engineering

Renewable and Efficient Electric Power Systems

READERSHIP: Power systems engineers, electrical engineers, computer scientists, and network engineers including professionals, graduate students, and upper undergraduate students SERIES: WILEY – IEEE

JUL 2013 • 320PP • 978-1-119-97580-9 • CL • £64.50 • €76.20

Photovoltaics

Fundamentals, Technology and Practice

KONRAD MERTENS & KARL HANSER ✤✤ Presents a broad introduction to the photovoltaics technology for those new to the field ✤✤ Gives cohesive coverage and a logical balance of topics providing a solid first course in photovoltaics

Photovoltaics

✤✤ Features up-to-date concepts and issues such as grid or off-grid applications, along with explanations of the established technology ✤✤ Describes the physics of solar radiation and PV cells along with practical knowledge on the enabling systems technology to take PV technology to market and includes end-of-chapter exercises to deepen readers’ knowledge

READERSHIP: Undergraduates in renewable energy, technicians and engineers new to the photovoltaics industry, energy professionals, installers of photovoltaics, planners and operators, consultants, financers, potential energy investors

SEP 2013 • 336PP • 978-1-118-63416-5 • CL • £53.50 • €66.40

Color Appearance Models 3rd Edition

MARK D. FAIRCHILD Rochester Institute of Technology, USA

✤✤ Includes a new chapter on a recently developed approach to color appearance modelling: HighDynamic-Range Color Space ✤✤ Updates to many of the figures to bring them up to date, along with extra figures included for this new edition ✤✤ Provides a concise and readable coverage of mathematical models used to predict the appearance of colors in complex viewing environments and the theoretical underpinnings necessary to understand and implement such models

Color Appearance Models

READERSHIP: Scientists and engineers in the fields of color science and imaging working on the development and implementation of modern digital colour imaging systems SERIES: THE WILEY-IS&T SERIES IN IMAGING SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

JUL 2013 • 456PP • 978-1-119-96703-3 • CL • £83.95 • €97.60 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-01216-1

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Electrical Engineering / Green/Environmental Chemistry

Meta-Algorithmics

Patterns for Robust, Low Cost, High Quality Systems

STEVEN J. SIMSKE Hewlett-Packard Labs, USA

✤✤ Author uses considerable practical experience as a senior research scientist, strategist and developer ✤✤ Explains ways to improve the extraction of useful information from electronic sources – documents, repositories, collections containing materials such as text, images and/or speech

✤✤ Focuses predominantly on meta-algorithmics – or pattern-driven means of combining two or more algorithms, classification engines or other systems – optimized for cost, accuracy and robustness to new data ✤✤ Provides a practical, systems-oriented, statistically-driven approach to machine intelligence, with a particular emphasis on classification, clustering and recognition READERSHIP: Computer scientists; electrical engineers; researchers; analytics engineers; intelligent system designers; data mining professionals, senior undergraduate and postgraduate students in aforementioned areas SERIES: WILEY – IEEE

JUN 2013 • 432PP • 978-1-118-34336-4 • CL • £69.50 • €86.30

Emerging Technologies for 3D Video Creation, Coding, Transmission and Rendering

EDITED BY FRÉDÉRIC DUFAUX, BÉATRICE PESQUET POPESCU & MARCO CAGNAZZO All of TELECOM ParisTech

✤✤ Covers the state-of-the-art for this technology and explores new research directions ✤✤ Reviews relevant standardization efforts ✤✤ Includes contributions from leading researchers in this field ✤✤ Provides an overview of key technologies for 3D video applications  

READERSHIP: Scientists (professors, researchers), engineers (software and hardware engineers), and graduate and senior undergraduate students working or interested in the field of 3D video

MAY 2013 • 560PP • 978-1-118-35511-4 • CL • £81.50 • €94.70

Power Systems Signal Processing PAULO F. RIBEIRO, AUGUSTO SANTIAGO CERQUEIRA, MOISES VIDAL RIBEIRO, PAULO MáRCIO DA SILVEIRA & CARLOS AUGUSTO DUQUE Calvin College, USA; Federal University of Juiz de Fora, Brazil; Federal University of Juiz de Fora, Brazil; Feral University of Itajubá, Brazil; Federal University of Juiz de Fora, Brazil

Power Systems Signal Processing

✤✤ Serves as an exhaustive reference on the analysis of time-varying waveform distortions in power systems, detailing many different approaches ✤✤ Contains case studies and basic application examples, tables, and graphs to enable better understanding of the methods presented

✤✤ Features the writings of a range of professionals, varying from university lecturers to practising power engineers, and edited by a well-known professor in power issues READERSHIP: Postgraduates, practising utility engineers, university professors and researchers working in power systems and power quality areas, senior undergraduates studying power systems, consultants, maintenance and instrumentation engineers SERIES: WILEY – IEEE

JUL 2013 • 608PP • 978-1-119-99150-2 • CL • £90.00 • €108.30

Livestock Waste Recycling Treatment and Management

SVEN SOMMER, LARS BOGØ JENSEN, THOMAS SCHMIDT & MORTEN CHRISTENSEN Technical University of Denmark

Livestock Waste Recycling

✤✤ Represents the first book to provide in-depth coverage of the entire animal waste chain with the lead editor having an excellent standing in the field, with extensive research experience in manure management and agricultural air quality

✤✤ Provides an accessible and practical overview of environmentally-friendly technologies for managing livestock waste more efficiently and sustainably, and features detailed examples and case studies on how the knowledge can be used in practice ✤✤ Discusses an issue of increasing importance arising from the rapid development of animal agriculture and its potential negative impact on environmental, animal, and human health as well as climate change ✤✤ Covers both engineering and management aspects of the subject, accessible and applicable to a wide audience including students, scientists, engineers, professionals, and regulatory bodies READFERSHIP: Postgraduates in agricultural and environmental engineering, environmental chemistry, biowaste management, animal science, bioenergy, chemistry, biology, and microbiology, professional scientists, consultants

AUG 2013 • 400PP • 978-1-118-48853-9 • CL • £75.00 • €90.90

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Challenges and Practices for the Pharmaceutical and Fine Chemical Industries

PETER J. DUNN, K.K. (MIMI) HII, MICHAEL J. KRISCHE & MICHAEL T. WILLIAMS Pfizer Green Chemistry Lead, Sandwich, UK; University of Texas, Austin, USA; Kent, United Kingdom

✤✤ Highlights current challenges and encourages green organic synthesis and catalytic methodology research, improving synthetic procedures and inspiring more efficient methods ✤✤ Blends academic and industry perspectives on basic science and innovations, and case studies for real-world application to industrial synthesis of a target molecule, respectively ✤✤ Provides valuable insights into a catalytic methodology, from its fundamental concepts to eventual application, by expert practitioners

✤✤ Illustrates the technology gap between “blue-sky” and “applied” research that will translate curiositydriven research to the industrial manufacture of high-value chemical products READERSHIP: Organic and process chemists in industry and academia, fine chemicals, flavours and fragrances, and pharmaceutical industries, advanced undergraduates and postgraduates in catalytic/green/industrial chemistry

APR 2013 • 432PP • 978-1-118-15542-4 • CL • £83.50 • €100.20

Sustainable Carbon Materials from Hydrothermal Processes MARIA-MAGDALENA TITIRICI & MARKUS ANTONIETTI Max-Planck Institute Colloids & Interfaces; MPI F. Kolloid- U. Frenzglächenforschung

✤✤ Represents the first book on hydrothermal carbonisation or HTC for the production of sustainable, versatile, and functional carbonaceous materials ✤✤ Presents a comprehensive compilation and analysis of recent developments in the rapidly developing field of hydrothermal carbonisation

Sustainable Carbon Materials from Hydrothermal Processes

✤✤ Covers a growth area in research at the interface of chemistry, materials science, and engineering and environmental science

✤✤ Shows how HTC offers exciting opportunities for low cost and non-toxic preparation of novel, versatile, and sustainable carbonaceous materials READERSHIP: Academics in the field of carbon and materials chemistry, porous materials, electrochemistry, catalysis, environmental science, sustainable chemistry, renewable resources, and biomass, professionals in chemical engineering industry

JUL 2013 • 504PP • 978-1-119-97539-7 • CL • £100.00 • €124.50

Air Pollution Prevention and Control Bioreactors and Bioenergy

CHRISTIAN KENNES & MARIA C. VEIGA Both of University of La Coruña, Spain

✤✤ Combines coverage of biotechnological methods for air pollution control, and use of biofuels and bioenergy ✤✤ Features an interdisciplinary appeal across chemical and biochemical engineering, environmental engineering, environmental chemistry, and biofuels ✤✤ Includes industrial case studies, describing examples of recent full-scale applications ✤✤ Showcases the works of editors well known for their series of conferences on this topic

READERSHIP: Researchers in environmental chemistry, environmental biotechnology, environmental microbiology, and other related areas, advanced students in environmental engineering, environmental sciences, air pollution control and prevention

MAR 2013 • 576PP • 978-1-119-94331-0 • CL • £120.00 • €152.40

Biosecurity

Understanding, Assessing, and Preventing the Threat

RYAN BURNETTE & ERIC M. CUSTAR ✤✤ Defines the often confused concepts of biosecurity, biosafety, and biosurety and how they relate to one another under the overall framework of biodefense ✤✤ Discusses major flaws in global biosecurity thinking and provides expert guidance in building strong biosecurity programs ✤✤ Addresses biosecurity strategies for private sector facilities, transportation infrastructure, and food and agriculture sector, and demonstrates why understanding this concept is necessary ✤✤ Provides an overview of domestic, foreign,and global defense biosecurity programs, examining previous attempts to fortify and reduce bioweapons programs worldwide via case studies

Biosecurity

Health Science / Green/Environmental Chemistry

Sustainable Catalysis

READERSHIP: Security and biological safety professionals engaged in the handling, production, and/or distribution of biological materials, industrial hygienists, emergency responders, health and safety trainers, risk managers, facility managers, consultants

SEP 2013 • 350PP • 978-0-470-61417-4 • CL • £60.50 • €72.60

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Industrial Chemistry

Management Principles of Sustainable Industrial Chemistry

Theories, Concepts and Industrial Examples for Achieving Sustainable Chemical Products and Processes from a Non-Technological Viewpoint

EDITED BY GENSERIK L. L. RENIERS, KENNETH SÖRENSEN & KARL VRANCKEN ✤✤ Approaches sustainability from engineering and scientific disciplines with the objective of promoting societal, economic, and environmental benefits of sustainable and green engineering ✤✤ Provides the multidisciplinary scientific and technical rigor needed in sustainability discussions ✤✤ To accomplish genuine sustainable industrial chemistry, non-technological innovation is as important as technological innovation

✤✤ The one-stop guide to lead to achieving greener, cleaner, economically viable and more effecient chemical industries READERSHIP: Project Managers, Chemical Engineers, Process Engineers, Chemists in Industry, Engineering Scientists in Industry

MAR 2013 • 280PP • 978-3-527-33099-7 • CL • £65.00 • €78.00

Catalytic Process Development for Renewable Materials EDITED BY PIETER IMHOF & JAN-KEES VAN DER WAAL ✤✤ For the first time, the fields of high throughput experimentation and catalytic process development for biobased materials in industry are combined ✤✤ The focus of the book is devoted to the use of innovative technologies like high throughput experimentation and equipment, reactor and process design models ✤✤ The area of biobased materials and renewables like sugars and cellulose is a relatively new area and therefore has many questions surrounding it. This book gives the answers  

✤✤ Authors from leading companies are contributing. This information and knowledge is hard to find elsewhere READERSHIP: Chemists in industry, chemists working with/on organometallics, catalytic chemists, chemical engineers, libraries

JUN 2013 • 420PP • 978-3-527-33169-7 • CL • £115.00 • €138.00

Transition Metal-Catalyzed Couplings in Process Chemistry Case Studies from the Pharmaceutical Industry

EDITED BY JAVIER MAGANO & JOSHUA R. DUNETZ ✤✤ The only book about this Nobel Prize winning topic which focusses on case studies of industrial applications of this new and exciting technology ✤✤ The presented information and facts are hard to find in the current literature, this makes it a high quality one-stop reference source ✤✤ Authors including Pfizer, Merck, DSM, Novartis, Amgen, Astra Zeneca, Takasago guarantee for reliable and substantial information at first hand

✤✤ New technologies with high future potential like nanocatalysis, microwave, flow chemistry and green chemistry are presented, too READERSHIP: Chemists in industry, working with/on Organometallics; catalytic chemists; organic chemists; medicinal chemists; libraries. Also for every synthetic chemist working in academia

JUL 2013 • 350PP • 978-3-527-33279-3 • CL • £115.00 • €138.00

Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry DVD Edition 2013 WILEY-VCH ✤✤ Features the complete coverage of international chemical technology with contributions from 3,000 international leading experts and includes all updates of the seventh print edition published in August 2011 ✤✤ Offers a user interface for highest convenience: browser-based, quick installation in local area networks, quality ranking of search results, freely adjustable window, fast access to topics of interest by powerful search facilities, and context display   

✤✤ Provides extensive cross-referencing to other articles ✤✤ Guides users to the primary sources through countless literature and patent references READERSHIP: Chemical industry, university institutes and libraries, chemical institutes, chemists in industry, chemical engineers, lecturers in chemical engineering, patent lawyers

JAN 2013 • 560PP • 978-3-527-33311-0 • Software* • £1645.00 • €1974.00

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WLADIMIR RESCHETILOWSKI Dresden University of Technology, Germany

✤✤ Discusses how microreactor technology offers advantages like lower energy consumption, minimisation of raw materials, higher productivity, lower production costs, and more ✤✤ Covers topics like biocatalysis, organic chemistry, inorganic nanoparticles, fine chemicals, polymer dispersions, electrochemical reactions, heterogeneous catalysis, and more making this book a must-have ✤✤ Presents specific instructions, tips, and experimental procedures for product syntheses to collect practical experiences with the microreactor equipment ✤✤ Includes the technical and theoretical background such as costs, safety, effects of microfluidics, mass and heat transfer, lab-on-a-chip, etc

READERSHIP: Organic chemists, chemists in industry, chemical engineers, chemical industry, libraries, process engineers

JUL 2013 • 300PP • 978-3-527-33282-3 • PR • £65.00 • €78.00

Marine Microbiology SE-KWON KIM Pukyong National University, South Korea

✤✤ Discusses how marine microbiology holds great potential for future development with the field of “blue biotechnology” the most recent addition to the red/green/white biotechnogy palette ✤✤ Covers the entire value chain in the technology behind high-value compounds for use as pharmaceuticals, nutraceuticals or cosmetics, from prospecting to production issues ✤✤ Goes one step further than previous works in deliberately breaking with the classical biology-centred description of marine organisms and their products, emphasising microbial technology over basic biology ✤✤ Caters for the booming biotech industries in many Pacific Rim countries focusing on marine organisms, to which they have ready access

READERSHIP: Medicinal chemists, natural products chemists, biotechnologists, microbiologists, biochemists

JUL 2013 • 550PP • 978-3-527-33327-1 • CL • £140.00 • €168.00

Micro Cutting

Fundamentals and Applications

KAI CHENG Leeds Metropolitan University

✤✤ Addresses basic theory, design, and analysis of micro-toolings and machines, modelling methods and techniques, and integrated approaches for micro-cutting ✤✤ Provides practising engineers with good examples of how to implement and apply micro-cutting in precision and micro-manufacturing practices ✤✤ Presents applications in a variety of machining processes including diamond turning, micro-milling, micro-drilling, micro-grinding/polishing, and ultra-precision machining ✤✤ Features the design and implementation of micro-cutting process chains and micromachining systems

READERSHIP: Postgraduates, researchers, and engineers in advanced manufacturing, micromachining, and MEMS, production supervisors SERIES: MICROSYSTEM AND NANOTECHNOLOGY

AUG 2013 • 496PP • 978-0-470-97287-8 • CL • £95.00 • €113.70  

Friction Stir Welding and Processing VII RAJIV S. MISHRA Department of Metallurgical

✤✤ Focuses on all aspects of science and technology related to friction stir welding and processing ✤✤ Discusses the development of friction stir welding and processing for a number of applications READERSHIP: Scientists, engineers, teachers, and postgraduate students

MAR 2013 • 400PP • 978-1-118-60578-3 • CL • £83.50 • €100.20

Materials Science / Industrial Engineering / Industrial Chemistry

Microreactors in Preparative Chemistry

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Materials Science

Fatigue of Materials II Advances and Emergences in Understanding

T. S. SRIVATSAN, M. ASHRAF IMAM & R. SRINIVASAN ✤✤ Covers a broad spectrum of topics that represent the truly diverse nature of the subject that has grown to become a key area of scientific and applied research ✤✤ Provides the perspectives of operators, engineers, and researchers from around the world, covering all aspects of current and emerging technologies for materials ✤✤ Features an international forum for the materials science industry  

READERSHIP: Metallurgists, metal processing industry, materials scientists, engineers, engineering scientists in industry, institutes, institutions, libraries

JAN 2013 • 250PP • 978-1-118-52093-2 • CL • £83.50 • €100.20

Essential Readings in Light Metals, Volume 4 Electrode Technology for Aluminum Production Volume 4

JOHN A. JOHNSON & ALAN TOMSETT ✤✤ Showcases the most comprehensive historical collections of papers written on primary aluminum science and technology ✤✤ Features a rigorous article selection process - only 10% to15% of all Light Metals articles selected, according to specific selection criteria ✤✤ Represents the Society's consistently best-selling publication in the form of annual Light Metals book  

✤✤ Serves as a valuable resource for the global aluminum and light metals industries as they strive to cut costs and increase profitability READERSHIP: Materials scientists and engineers, metallurgists, mechanical engineers, aerospace and automobile engineers, electrical and electronics engineers

MAR 2013 • 1222PP • 978-1-118-63663-3 • CL • £183.00 • €219.60

Essential Readings in Light Metals, Volume 1 Alumina and Bauxite Volume 1

DON DONALDSON & BENNY RAAHAUGE ✤✤ Showcases the most comprehensive historical collections of papers written on primary aluminum science and technology ✤✤ Features a rigorous article selection process – only 10% to15% of all Light Metals articles selected, according to specific selection criteria ✤✤ Represents the Society's consistently best-selling publication in the form of annual Light Metals book  

✤✤ Serves as a valuable resource for the global aluminum and light metals industries as they strive to cut costs and increase profitability READERSHIP: Materials scientists and engineers, metallurgists, mechanical engineers, aerospace and automobile engineers, electrical and electronics engineers

MAR 2013 • 1188PP • 978-1-118-63664-0 • CL • £183.00 • €219.60

Essential Readings in Light Metals 4 Volume Set

THE MINERALS, METALS & MATERIALS SOCIETY (TMS) ✤✤ Showcases the most comprehensive historical collections of papers written on primary aluminum science and technology ✤✤ Features a rigorous article selection process – only 10% to 15% of all Light Metals articles selected, according to specific selection criteria ✤✤ Represents the Society's consistently best-selling publication in the form of annual Light Metals book

✤✤ Serves as a valuable resource for the global aluminum and light metals industries as they strive to cut costs and increase profitability READERSHIP: Materials scientists and engineers, metallurgists, mechanical engineers, aerospace and automobile engineers, electrical and electronics engineers

MAR 2013 • 4724PP • 978-1-118-63661-9 • CL • £TBA • €TBA

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Materials Science

Magnetic Actuators and Sensors 2nd Edition

JOHN R. BRAUER ✤✤ Maintains the same book organisation as the first edition, comprising four major parts, namely magnetics, actuators, sensors, and systems, updating all chapters with new technologies/techniques ✤✤ Emphasises computer-aided design techniques, especially magnetic finite element analysis, commonly used by today's engineers and incorporates a new section on digital hydraulic valves and their magnetic actuators

Magnetic Actuators and Sensors

✤✤ Includes detailed calculations and numerous illustrations and discusses any discrepancies, making it an invaluable learning tool, and incorporates sample problems at the end of each chapter

✤✤ Offers a book support website for downloading updated software files including MATLAB READERSHIP: Practising engineers, both electrical and mechanical, engineering college seniors and postgraduates in electromechanical systems, senior-level engineering undergraduates or postgraduates in electromechanical energy conversion

SEP 2013 • 400PP • 978-1-118-50525-0 • CL • £83.50 • €100.20 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-471-73169-6

Hydrometallurgy Fundamentals and Applications

MICHAEL L. FREE ✤✤ Contains a collection of fundamental, application, and reference hydrometallurgy information that has not been previously available in a single book ✤✤ Discusses topics that are generally not available in related textbooks, including aqueous electrometallurgy, a subset of hydrometallurgy, aqueous corrosion, environmental hydrometallurgy, and metal utilisation in aqueous media ✤✤ Includes introductory information for people new to this field as well as advanced topics for the more experienced reader

Hydrometallurgy

✤✤ Showcases the writings of a professor who has taught hydrometallurgy at the university level for 14 years READERSHIP: Students and researchers in materials and metal extraction, recovery, and purification industries, chemical engineering, mining, energy, and electronics industries, corrosion mitigation industries, environmental remediation industries

SEP 2013 • 450PP • 978-1-118-23077-0 • CL • £90.50 • €108.60

Bio-Nanomaterials Designing materials inspired by nature

WOLFGANG POMPE, GERHARD R RÖDEL, HANS-JÜRGEN WEISS & MICHAEL MERTIG University of California Santa Barbara, USA; Dresden International Graduate School for Biomedicine and Bioengineering, Germany; Fraunhofer Institute of Materials and Beam Technology, Germany; Dresden University of Technology, Germany

✤✤ General considerations and case studies are included in the book ✤✤ Includes examples for applications of the principle to materials processing ✤✤ Bridges molecular biology and materials science ✤✤ An interdisciplinary field described by authors of different disciplines READERSHIP: Masters’ students in material sciences, Ph.D. students in material sciences, students in molecular biology, materials scientists, molecular biologists, biophysicists, biochemists. Also, medical laboratories, libraries, biochemical institutes

JUL 2013 • 300PP • 978-3-527-41015-6 • CL • £100.00 • €120.00

Thermoset Nanocomposites VIKAS MITTAL The Petroleum Institute, United Arab Emirates

✤✤ Represents a book series that covers polymer composites, a widely used and mass-produced material class for innumerable applications in industry, engineering, and private households ✤✤ Presents application- and implementation-oriented topics with each book detailing the particular aspects of polymer nano-, micro- and macro-composites ���✤ Serves as a must-have reference for polymer engineers in their daily work with thermoset composites constituting the bulk of mass-produced polymer materials ✤✤ Provides first-hand information on the types of polymers and fillers as well as processing conditions to make the resulting composite suitable for a particular application

READERSHIP: Materials scientists, polymer chemists, chemical engineers, chemical industry, institutes, institutions, libraries SERIES: POLYMER NANO-, MICRO- AND MACROCOMPOSITES

JUL 2013 • 350PP • 978-3-527-33301-1 • CL • £85.00 • €102.00

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Materials Science

Nanomachines JOSEPH WANG University of California, USA

✤✤ Gives fascinating insights into the motion at the nanoscale and explains the intriguing ways nanoscale phenomena can be used to power nanomachines ✤✤ Harnesses Nature's ingenuity showing how the proven principles of biological nanomotors are transferred to artificial nanodevices ✤✤ Provides science facts with first-hand account by one of the pioneers of nanobiotechnology  

✤✤ Puts forward the amazing application potential of nanomachines from the creation of surface structures in fundamental research to drug delivery in nanomedicine READERSHIP: Materials scientists, medicinal chemists, biophysicists, biochemists, libraries

AUG 2013 • 300PP • 978-3-527-33120-8 • CL • £75.00 • €90.00

Microwaves in Nanoparticle Synthesis Fundamentals and Applications

EDITED BY: SATOSHI HORIKOSHI & NICK SERPONE Sophia Univeristy, Japan; University of Pavia, Italy

✤✤ Timely publication: the synthesis of nanoparticles by using microwaves is an emerging field and a rapidly growing area ✤✤ The first book presenting this hot topic and it is filling a gap in the current literature ✤✤ Of high interest for industry because of possible applications of nanoparticles in semiconductors, electronics, catalysis, sensors and more  

READERSHIP: Materials Scientists, Physical Chemists, Surface Chemists, Libraries

MAR 2013 • 352PP • 978-3-527-33197-0 • CL • £105.00 • €126.00

Kinetics in Nanoscale Materials KING NING TU & ANDRIY M. GUSAK Cherkasy National University, Ukraine

✤✤ Bridges macro and nanoscale materials, making it understandable and useful for scientists, researchers, and postgraduate students in materials science, materials physics, and nanotechnology

Kinetics in Nanoscale Materials

✤✤ Showcases works by well-known scientists in the field and represents the first book to discuss simple but effective models of the systems and processes that have recently been discovered

✤✤ Demonstrates the applications of kinetic processes in nanoscale materials to nanotechnology and devices in a logical manner ✤✤ Features processes in bulk and nanoscale materials and compares grain growth in the normal and nano-scales READERSHIP: Researchers and postgraduates in materials science, nanotechnology, solid state physics, chemical engineering, and electronic engineering, researchers of nanomaterials, microelectronics, diffusion and reactions community

SEP 2013 • 400PP • 978-0-470-88140-8 • CL • £83.50 • €100.20

Materials Characterization

Introduction to Microscopic and Spectroscopic Methods 2nd Edition

YANG LENG Hong Kong University of Science & Technology

Materials Characterization

✤✤ Serves as a textbook for introductory courses on materials characterisation with introductions at the beginning of chapters, exercise questions, and an online solutions manual

✤✤ Represents a thoroughly revised, updated, and expanded edition, with two major new topics on electron backscattering diffraction and environmental scanning electron microscopy, and fifty additional questions – in total about 20% new content ✤✤ Includes an audience-specific presentation and style based on the author's experience in teaching materials characterisation courses for advanced undergraduate and postgraduate university students ✤✤ Features an easy-to-read style where theoretical concepts are discussed with minimal involvement of mathematics and physics, and technical aspects are presented with the actual measurement practice in mind READERSHIP: Master's and Ph.D. students in material sciences, physics, and chemistry, Master's students in engineering sciences, lecturers, materials scientists, engineering scientists, mechanical engineers, libraries

SEP 2013 • 400PP • 978-3-527-33463-6 • CL • £75.00 • €90.00

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MOTOHISA HIRANO Gifu University, Japan

✤✤ Represents the first book to explain the nature of friction in terms of atomic mechanisms and covers both modelling and simulation as well as experimental aspects, benefitting to all parties from the Nanotribology community ✤✤ Discusses how friction on the nanoscale is of high relevance to industrial applications such as nanomechanical systems

Introduction to Atomistics of Friction

✤✤ Explains how the control of friction or superlubricity states limits wear in nanoelectromechanical systems ranging from clocks to microwave electromechanical filters and biosensors

✤✤ Showcases the works of Professor Hirano, one of the pioneers who originally proposed the mechanism of superlubricity and also one of the most distinguished scientists in the field of nano-friction READERSHIP: Postgraduate and Ph.D. students, physicists, electrical engineers, materials scientists, solid state chemists, biophysicists, manufacturers of optoelectronic devices, sensor industry

SEP 2013 • 300PP • 978-3-527-41169-6 • CL • £TBA • €TBA

Non-Destructive Evaluation of Corrosion R. SINGH ✤✤ Represents the first book on the interdisciplinary topic of non-destructive evaluation of corrosion and corrosion-assisted cracking ✤✤ Discusses techniques for non-destructive evaluation and various types of corrosion as well as the applications of each technique and specific case studies ✤✤ Includes chapters applicable to industries such as aerospace, energy, and processing

Non-Destructive Evaluation of Corrosion

✤✤ Features contributions from leading researchers and technologists in both non-destructive evaluation and corrosion who edited this book

Materials Science

Introduction to Atomistics of Friction

READERSHIP: Life assessment and maintenance personnel, R&D students and educators in the fields of mechanical, industrial, maintenance and materials engineering

SEP 2013 • 300PP • 978-1-118-35005-8 • CL • £100.00 • €120.00

Micro and Nanostructured Epoxy/Rubber Blends SABU THOMAS, CHRISTOPHE SINTUREL & RAJU THOMAS Mahatma Gandhi University, India; Cent. de Recherceh sur la Matiere Divisee, France; Mar Thoma Coll., Dept.of Chem., Kerala, India

✤✤ Covers all aspects of epoxy toughening – from the liquid stage via phase separation to the final network ✤✤ Explains the microstructure of thermal, optical, mechanical, and electrical characterisation methods in detail

Micro and Nanostructured Epoxy/Rubber Blends

✤✤ Holds industrial relevance where rubber-modified epoxy resins are widely used in aerospace applications

✤✤ Incorporates a quality control aspect where ageing, failure analysis, and life cycle analysis are discussed, and offers a comprehensive review of the latest research and development in the area of elastomer-modified epoxy resins READERSHIP: Materials scientists, polymer chemists, engineers, Ph.D. students, libraries

AUG 2013 • 370PP • 978-3-527-33334-9 • CL • £TBA • €TBA

Microstructural Design of Advanced Engineering Materials DMITRI A. MOLODOV Inst. f. Metallkunde u. Metallphysik, RWTH, Aachen

✤✤ Discusses how the control of the microstructure allows for tuning the properties of materials ✤✤ Covers in an in-depth and practical manner all aspects of microstructure characterisation using a wide range of state-of-the-art techniques ✤✤ Showcases the writings of a team of renowned international authors with the editing work done by a very well-known expert in the field READERSHIP: Materials scientists, metallurgists, solid state physicists, solid state chemists, libraries

Microstructural Design of Advanced Engineering Materials

AUG 2013 • 350PP • 978-3-527-33269-4 • CL • £105.00 • €126.00

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Materials Science

Hysteresis in Porous Materials ALICIA H. KIM & ROBERT A. GUYER University of Bath, UK; University of Massachusetts, USA

✤✤ Provides a better understanding of the physical phenomena of coupled elastic-fluid systems by connecting knowledge from traditionally separated research fields

Hysteresis in Porous Materials

✤✤ Presents experimental observations and modelling which offer a deeper understanding of coupled hysteretic systems such as wood and rock ✤✤ Summarises the research results of the many challenges which have been met only recently ✤✤ Serves as an invaluable reference for materials scientists, civil, mechanical, and construction engineers concerned with development and maintenance of structures made of porous materials

READERSHIP: Materials scientists, solid state chemists, solid state physicists, geophysicists, libraries

SEP 2013 • 300PP • 978-3-527-33302-8 • CL • £100.00 • €142.80

Nanotechnology for the Energy Challenge 2nd Edition

JAVIER GARCÍA-MARTÍNEZ & ZHONG LIN WANG University of Alicante, Spain; Georgia Institute of Technology, USA

✤✤ Offers comprehensive coverage with cutting-edge information on production, storage, and use of energy gathered in one volume ✤✤ Emphasises the need for a new, up-to-date overview of the topic with the continuing interest and rapidly evolving new developments in the field of “nanotechnology for energy”

✤✤ Presents updated content to reflect the progress of the last years, with about 15% new material added and features contributions from the leading experts in nanotechnology ✤✤ Includes additional topics such as photocatalytic water splitting, photonics for renewable energy harvesting, and graphene for next-generation energy storage devices, namely ultracapacitors READERSHIP: Materials scientists, solid state chemists, physical chemists, solid state physicists, libraries

JUN 2013 • 664PP • 978-3-527-33380-6 • CL • £130.00 • €156.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-3-527-32401-9

Peptide Materials

From Nanostuctures to Applications

MARIANO VENANZI ✤✤ Features peptides, the new molecular LEGO ✤✤ Discusses a fast-growing interdisciplinary field of research, combining materials, chemistry, biology, physics, and engineering ✤✤ Covers basic details of peptides, chemical properties, conformational properties, self-assembly principles, etc in early introductory chapters  

READERSHIP: Researchers and advanced students in materials science, chemistry, biology, physics, and engineering, engineers working in biomaterials and new devices based on bio-inspired smart materials

MAR 2013 • 504PP • 978-1-119-95373-9 • CL • £115.00 • €142.80

Self-Cleaning Materials and Surfaces A Nanotechnology Approach

DR WALID DAOUD & WING SZE TUNG Both of Monash University, Australia

Self-Cleaning Materials and Surfaces

✤✤ Provides a broad overview of self-cleaning materials, a hot topic with many practical applications ✤✤ Discusses applications in medicine, for self-deodorising and disinfectant surfaces, and building, for self-cleaning glass, as well as applications in environment, optics, aeronautics, and space ✤✤ Includes coverage of both hydrophobic and hydrophilic surfaces

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READERSHIP: Researchers in the fields of smart materials and nanocoatings

JUL 2013 • 400PP • 978-1-119-99177-9 • CL • £110.00 • €139.10


3 Volume Set

SABU THOMAS, KURUVILLA JOSEPH, S. K. MALHOTRA, KOICHI GODA & M. S. SREEKALA Mahatma Gandhi University, India; Indian Institute of Space, Science, and Technology, India; Composites Technology Centre, India; Yamaguchi University, Japan; Cochin University of Science and Technology, India

✤✤ Covers the latest understanding and technical accomplishments on polymer composites in three volumes – 1. Macro- and Microcomposites, 2. Nanocomposites, and 3. Biocomposites ✤✤ Features a unique approach and coverage, with special reference to the length, scale and shape of the reinforcing fillers, from 0D to 3D ✤✤ Offers practicality, with an emphasis on aspects such as preparation, characterisation, morphology, properties, applications, biodegradability, recyclability, challenges, and opportunities

✤✤ Highlights the myriad applications of polymer composites in the automotive, tyre, building, textile, packaging, electronics, appliances, and medical devices industries READERSHIP: Polymer chemists, materials scientists, plastics technologists, chemical engineers, chemical Industry, plastics industry, libraries

AUG 2013 • 1650PP • 978-3-527-32985-4 • CL • £325.00 • €388.80

Major Defects in Polymers Causes and Effects Related to Structural Changes

DAVID W. RILEY ✤✤ Introduces ways to improve a material during compounding and polymerising and offers an in-depth explanation of imperfections in polymer melts and ways to minimise them ✤✤ Overviews molecular and morphology defects in polymers, investigation methods, and effects of defects during end-use as well as details the nature, formation mechanisms, and effects of defects in polymer properties

Major Defects in Polymers

✤✤ Addresses an important but overlooked topic in polymer process troubleshooting

✤✤ Includes troubleshooting case studies to illustrate practical solutions for plastics producers READERSHIP: Engineers, product manufacturers, R & D personnel, resin suppliers, extrusion and molding processors, polymer scientists, chemical engineers, materials scientists, academic programmes in polymer science or chemical engineering SERIES: WILEY SERIES ON POLYMER ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY

SEP 2013 • 352PP • 978-0-470-56174-4 • CL • £66.95 • €80.40

Introduction to Physical Polymer Science 5th Edition

RAYMOND A. PEARSON & LESLIE H. SPERLING ✤✤ Represents an updated version of a highly successful introductory textbook for postgraduate students and professionals in chemical engineering, materials science, and polymer science ✤✤ Incorporates an increased focus on practical applications in polymer engineering and covers green polymers, biopolymers, light emitting polymers, and electrically conducting polymers ✤✤ Provides the classic, authoritative introductory text to polymers, now with more coverage of practical applications and polymer engineering and contains substantial worked examples and study problems ✤✤ Makes available a solutions manual for professors upon request and also an FTP site with supplementary materials

Materials Science & Polymers

Polymer Composites

Introduction to Physical Polymer Science

READERSHIP: Students, professional chemists, chemical engineers, materials scientists, and polymer scientists, upper-level undergraduate and postgraduate students, professionals in plastics, rubber, adhesives, fiber, and paint industries

AUG 2013 • 880PP • 978-0-470-37298-2 • CL • £66.95 • €80.40 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-471-70606-9

Chemistry and Technology of Emulsion Polymerisation 2nd Edition

A. M. VAN HERK Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands

✤✤ Presents emulsion polymerisation, an important technique, critical to industrial latex production ✤✤ Links theory to everyday practice, making the book particularly accessible to industry practitioners ✤✤ Contains new chapters on morphology, and radical polymerisation ✤✤ Features contributions from world class experts READERSHIP: Research chemists, technologists and engineers in the polymer, fine and specialty chemicals industries, and in university or government laboratories, MSc and Ph.D. students studying courses in emulsion polymerisation

AUG 2013 • 390PP • 978-1-119-95372-2 • CL • £75.00 • €89.70 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-405-12113-2

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Materials Science & Polymers / Mathematics & Statistics

Synthesis, Properties, and Applications of Silicon-Based Polymers

Synthesis, Properties, and Applications of Silicon-Based Polymers

PAUL M. ZELISKO ✤✤ Overviews the successes and shortcomings of existing technologies and methodologies and provides insights into future directions for silicon 2010 based polymer systems ✤✤ Gathers and contextualises scattered material within a single, accessible book and guides readers to create new silicon 2010 based polymers and applications ✤✤ Includes a chapter on biotechnology routes for addressing environmental and toxicological concerns

✤✤ Covers applications for adhesives, coatings, electronics, interfaces, and biomedical READERSHIP: Academics, industry practitioners, postgraduates in polymer synthesis, polymer processing, silicon chemistry, polymer engineering, colloids and surfaces, biotechnology, materials science, organic chemistry, chemical engineering

SEP 2013 • 480PP • 978-0-470-94236-9 • CL • £100.50 • €120.60

Bio-based Plastics – Materials and Applications DR STEPHAN KABASCI Fraunhofer UMSICHT

Bio-based Plastics – Materials and Applications

✤✤ Offers an up-to-date, broad, but concise overview of the basic principles and applied aspects of biobased plastics and covers recent developments in the field which has developed significantly in the last ten years ✤✤ Features a strong focus on materials applications and industrial relevance, with consideration of economic, environmental, and sustainability aspects ✤✤ Includes contributions from authors who are experts in the field

✤✤ Represents part of the Renewable Resources Series and serves as a suitable reference for advanced students as well as professionals in industry and academia READERSHIP: Researchers in new materials, renewable resources, sustainability and polymerisation technology, advanced undergraduates and postgraduates in the emerging field of bio-based products from renewable resources SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN RENEWABLE RESOURCE

AUG 2013 • 504PP • 978-1-119-99400-8 • CL • £110.00 • €127.80

Introduction to Probability Theory and Stochastic Processes JOHN CHIASSON Boise State University, USA

✤✤ Introduces engineers to abstract concepts in mathematical stochastic processes and probability theory ✤✤ Covers topics ranging from coin tossing to simulation of random phenomena ✤✤ Includes coverage of Brownian motion and white noise as well as Kalman filtering ✤✤ Provides end-of-chapter problems and a solutions manual  

READERSHIP: Postgraduate level engineering students, high-level undergraduate students in electrical engineering, upper-level undergraduate and postgraduate students in mathematics

MAY 2013 • 1000PP • 978-1-118-38279-0 • CL • £86.95 • €104.40

The Elements of Cantor Sets

With Applications

R. VALLIN ✤✤ Fills a gap in the literature by providing an introductory and integrated perspective on real analysis, set theory, and algebra and provides basic definitions and background theorems as well as mathematical details

The Elements of Cantor Sets

✤✤ Helps to build a deeper understanding of real analysis and also prepares readers for further reading in probability and fractal geometry

✤✤ Features a biography of Georg Ferdinand Ludwig Philipp Cantor, who made signicant contributions to mathematics in the 19th century ✤✤ Introduces Cantor sets as well as advanced topics such as cardinality, basic measure theory, and category theory READERSHIP: Undergraduates in mathematics, computer science, engineering, and physics majors, teachers studying for CSET and Praxis tests, secondary mathematics teachers, academic libraries

AUG 2013 • 256PP • 978-1-118-40571-0 • CL • £60.50 • €72.60

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Fermat, Class Field Theory, and Complex Multiplication 2nd Edition

DAVID A. COX Amherst College, USA

✤✤ Introduces the classical formulation of class field theory, with explicit numerical example ✤✤ Features quadratic forms, genus theory, and Shimura reciprocity law ✤✤ Addresses the question of when a prime p is of the form x2+ny2 ✤✤ Includes simultaneous treatment on both elementary and advances aspects of number theory READERSHIP: Researchers and professional algebraists and number theorists, undergraduates and postgraduates in number theory, senior honorslevel students working on Galois theory, academic libraries SERIES: PURE AND APPLIED MATHEMATICS: A WILEY SERIES OF TEXTS, MONOGRAPHS AND TRACTS

JUN 2013 • 374PP • 978-1-118-39018-4 • PR • £40.50 • €48.60 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-471-19079-0

Handbook of Probability IONUT FLORESCU & CIPRIAN A. TUDOR ✤✤ Showcases the works of two eminent researchers in the field and presents plentiful pedagogy for easy access and reference ✤✤ Features self-contained chapters with a comprehensive scope ✤✤ Includes historical notes in order to provide contextual background for key concepts

Handbook of Probability

✤✤ Employs applications in an effort to expand upon the relevance of the subject matter READERSHIP: Postgraduate students, researchers and practitioners in all the sciences, most notably mathematics, statistics, operations research, engineering, medicine, and finance, libraries SERIES: WILEY HANDBOOKS IN APPLIED STATISTICS

SEP 2013 • 512PP • 978-0-470-64727-1 • CL • £100.00 • €120.00

Mathematics & Statistics

Primes of the Form x2+ny2

Elements of Random Walk and Diffusion Processes OLIVER C. IBE University of Massachusetts, USA

✤✤ Presents basic concepts in probability, an overview of stochastic and fractional processes, elements of graph theory, and introductions to percolation theory and Brownian motion ✤✤ Features practical applications of random motion across various disciplines, and how it is used to model stock prices and gambling, describe the statistical properties of generic drift, etc

Elements of Random Walk and Diffusion Processes

✤✤ Provides examples of the real-world applicability of random walk including how it is used to model node movement and node failure in wireless networking, estimate the size of the web, etc

✤✤ Emphasises the relationship between random walk theory and diffusion processes as well as their combined importance in the solution of many practical problems READERSHIP: Researchers and professionals in operations research, economics, engineering, physics, diffusion processes, and stochastic processes SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN OPERATIONS RESEARCH AND MANAGEMENT SCIENCE

SEP 2013 • 286PP • 978-1-118-61809-7 • CL • £TBA • €TBA

Advanced Loss Models From Data to Decisions

STUART A. KLUGMAN, HARRY H. PANJER & GORDON E. WILLMOT Drake University, USA; University of Waterloo, Canada; Universtiy of Waterloo, Canada

✤✤ Emphasises spreadsheet calculation and an array of unusual topics, from mixed Erlangs to compound Poisson in loss reserving runoff modelling

Advanced Loss Models

✤✤ Assumes little prior knowledge of insurance systems and represents the first practical treatment of modern credibility theory with a review chapter on C/4 exam ✤✤ Gives chapter introductions, illustrations, and historical interludes ✤✤ Discusses specific examples from the fields of insurance and business with all data posted on an FTP site, along with programs that assist with conducting loss model analysis

READERSHIP: Students and aspiring actuaries preparing to take exams beyond C/4 of the SOA and CAS sequence, professional actuaries SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS

SEP 2013 • 384PP • 978-1-118-34356-2 • CL • £100.00 • €120.00

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Mathematics & Statistics

Handbook of Market Risk CHRISTIAN SZYLAR Kinetic Partners LLP

✤✤ Discusses the Basel Accords in an effort to underscore the need for regulatory oversight on a global level

Handbook of Market Risk

✤✤ Stands out for its wider and deeper scope of content including unique topics such as volatility, correlations, and stress testing, among a host of others ✤✤ Exemplifies the usefulness and relevancy of the content through an extended discussion of the definition, classification, dependence of various risks in the banking, and the asset management marketplace ✤✤ Showcases the writings and editing work of a well-known, international expert in the field and provides extensive references to the literature for further study

READERSHIP: Financial engineers, quantitative analysts, regulators, and risk managers in investment banks, large-scale consultancy groups like McKinsey, Deloitte, and Booz Allen, insurers currently providing the only hedging option in the industry SERIES: WILEY HANDBOOKS IN FINANCIAL ENGINEERING AND ECONOMETRICS

SEP 2013 • 384PP • 978-1-118-12718-6 • CL • £100.00 • €120.00  REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-118-11839-9

Statistical Methods for Evaluating Safety in Medical Product Development

Statistical Methods for Evaluating Safety in Medical Product Development

LAWRENCE GOULD Merck Research Laboratories, USA

✤✤ Adresses a variety of statistical issues arising in the evaluation of medical product safety ✤✤ Provides a guide to statistical methods and application in medical product development ✤✤ Assists readers in undertaking design and analysis of experiments at various stages of product development ✤✤ Features case studies throughout the book, as well as, SAS and R code

READERSHIP: Statisticians working in the pharmaceutical industry and in academic environments where clinical drug trials are carried out SERIES: STATISTICS IN PRACTICE

SEP 2013 • 450PP • 978-1-119-97966-1 • CL • £60.00 • €74.40

Statistical Methods for Hospital Monitoring with R ANTHONY MORTON, KERRIE MENGERSEN, GEOFFREY PLAYFORD & MICHAEL WHITBY Queensland University of TecHnology, Australia; Queensland University of Technology, Australia; Princess Alexandra Hospital, Australia; University of Queensland, Australia.

✤✤ This book provides much-needed guidance on data analysis with R for the growing number of scientists in hospital departments who are responsible for producing reports but who have limited statistical expertise ✤✤ Reduces the perceived complexity of R for non-statisticians  

✤✤ Covers issues that are going to be of increasing importance in the future such as generalised additive models, and complex systems, networks and power laws READERSHIP: Scientists in hospital departments who are responsible for producing reports, and involved in improving safety. Also, professionals working in the health care quality and safety community Science, Australia SERIES: STATISTICS IN PRACTICE

JUL 2013 • 448PP • 978-1-118-59630-2 • CL • £50.00 • €63.50

Exploration and Analysis of DNA Microarray and Other High Dimensional Data

Exploration and Analysis of DNA Microarray and Other High Dimensional Data

2nd Edition

DHAMMIKA AMARATUNGA Johnson & Johnson Pharmaceutical R&D, USA

✤✤ Covers interpretation of findings, signatures and material on genee set analysis, and network analysis ✤✤ Includes ABC clustering, limma for mixed models, biclustering, etc, and tracks Spearman correlations ✤✤ Features partial least squares, penalised methods,and ensemble and enriched ensemble methods

✤✤ Offers additional data sets, and R, for working with the presented material, via a website READERSHIP: Scientists in biomedical and genomics research fields involved in analysing DNA microarray and protein array data, statisticians and bioinformatics practitioners in the analysis of such data, postgraduates in statistics, computational biology SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS

SEP 2013 • 320PP • 978-1-118-35633-3 • CL • £80.50 • €96.60 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-471-27398-1

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3rd Edition

DAVID W. HOSMER, STANLEY LEMESHOW & RODNEY X. STURDIVANT University of Massachusetts, USA; The Ohio State University, USA; U.S. Military Academy, USA

✤✤ Covers random effects models, estimation in the presence of interaction, and fractional polynomials, and includes discussions on Bayesian logistic regression, etc ✤✤ Provides updated SAS, STATA, and BUGS computer code to analyse data sets, and includes the R language, and features the statistical model developed from a regression analysis perspective ✤✤ Offers new data sets to illustrate the presented methods and data for the exercises, including data from a number of interesting studies that can be used for case control, multinomial, and ordinal models

READERSHIP: Professionals who wish to learn how to model a binary outcome variable, postgraduates in biostatistics and epidemiology studying the LR model and its applications, academic libraries SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS

APR 2013 • 516PP • 978-0-470-58247-3 • CL • £86.95 • €104.40 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-471-35632-5

Quantile Regression: Theory and Applications MARILENCO FURNO, CRISTINA DAVINO & DOMENICO VISTOCCO University of Cassino, Italy; University of Macerata, Italy; University of Cassino, Italy

✤✤ Presents a complete treatment of quantile regression methods, including, estimation and inference issues and application of methods ✤✤ Explores the main issues concerning quantile regression and looks at recent developments in the field ✤✤ Each methodology is explained and supported with examples using real data, examples include datasets for exchange rates and financial portfolios

Quantile Regression: Theory and Applications

✤✤ Features a supporting website hosting R, Stata and SAS software code

READERSHIP: Researchers and PhD students in the field of statistics, economics, econometrics, social and environmental science and chemistry SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS

AUG 2013 • 288PP • 978-1-119-97528-1 • CL • £60.00 • €75.10

Mathematics & Statistics

Applied Logistic Regression

Modern Methods to Covariance Estimation With High-Dimensional Data

MOHSEN POURAHMADI Northern Illinois University, USA

✤✤ Features the writings of a well-known and active researcher in the field and showcases a one-of-akind and extensive coverage of the topic ✤✤ Discusses the ample applications to a number of applied areas, including business and economics, computer science, engineering, and financial mathematics

Modern Methods to Covariance Estimation

✤✤ Recognises the important and significant contributions of longitudinal and spatial data

✤✤ Incorporates various computer codes in R throughout the text and comes with an authormaintained website READERSHIP: Researchers in statistics, mathematics, computer science, engineering, and business and economics, postgraduates in multivariate analysis, covariance estimation, text-mining, statistical learning, high-dimensional data, or the like, libraries SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS

SEP 2013 • 192PP • 978-1-118-03429-3 • CL • £60.50 • €72.60

Difference and Differential Equations with Applications in Queueing Theory A. M. HAGHIGHI ✤✤ Showcases the connections between the field of difference and differential equations and their applications in queueing models and contains the needed prerequisite coverage of fundamentals in probability, statistics, and Laplace transform ✤✤ Features applications in queue models whose solutions require differential difference equations, difference equations solution methods, and generating function methods ✤✤ Provides single-server, multiple-server, parallel, and series queue models with discussions on splitting, delayed-service, and delayed feedback

Difference and Differential Equations with Applications in Queueing Theory

✤✤ Includes exercises at the end of each chapter along with selected answers READERSHIP: Academics and practitioners in applied mathematics, operations research, engineering, and industrial engineering, upper-level undergraduates and postgraduates in differential and difference equations, queueing theory, probability, statistics

SEP 2013 • 384PP • 978-1-118-39324-6 • CL • £76.95 • €92.40

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Mathematics & Statistics

Elliptic Boundary Value Problems Basic Theory and Approximation

IVAR STAKGOLD & MICHAEL J. HOLST University of Delaware, USA; University of California, San Diego, USA

Elliptic Boundary Value Problems

✤✤ Features coverage on approximation methods and theory, including best linear approximation in linear spaces, finite element and wavelet methods for linear equations, and methods for nonlinear equations ✤✤ Includes discussions on main topics such as nonlinear problems, partial differential equations, operator theory, Hilbert and Banach spaces, and the theory of distributions ✤✤ Offers derivations of some of the equations that arise in applications, including the treatment of variational methods and perturbation theory, the use of maximum principles, wavelets, and more

READERSHIP: Upper-level undergraduates and/or postgraduates in applied analysis and boundary value problems in partial differential equations, mathematicians, physicists, engineers, and scientists who use applied mathematics in their everyday work SERIES: PURE AND APPLIED MATHEMATICS: A WILEY SERIES OF TEXTS, MONOGRAPHS AND TRACTS

SEP 2013 • 480PP • 978-1-118-13526-6 • CL • £76.95 • €92.40

Handbook of Financial Risk Management NGAI HANG CHAN & HOI YING WONG ✤✤ Features the writings of two well-known, international experts in the field and presents the material around different asset classes

Handbook of Financial Risk Management

✤✤ Stands out for its wider and deeper scope of content including topics such as volatility, fixed-income derivatives, LIBOR market models, risk measures, and more than two dozens of recognised simulation models ✤✤ Discusses how a complete algorithm may combine simulations with other techniques such as calibration, optimisation, and/or tree-building which enable readers to see how these methods interact and complement each other

✤✤ Provides extensive references to the literature for further study and features a dedicated website where data sets, computer subroutines, and author commentaries on a chapter-by-chapter basis are posted READERSHIP: Practitioners in the fields of finance, business, applied statistics, econometrics, and engineering, postgraduate and MBA students in financial risk management and simulation, libraries SERIES: WILEY HANDBOOKS IN FINANCIAL ENGINEERING AND ECONOMETRICS

AUG 2013 • 352PP • 978-0-470-64715-8 • CL • £100.00 • €120.00

Methods and Applications of Linear Models Regression and the Analysis of Variance 3rd Edition

RONALD R. HOCKING

Methods and Applications of Linear Models

Texas A & M University, College Station, USA

✤✤ Presents theory and methods with numerous conceptual and numerical examples ✤✤ Features graphics and computations developed using JMP(R) software ✤✤ Introduces recent developments relating to the distribution of linear and quadratic forms ✤✤ Covers least squares, the cell means model, graphical inspection of data in the AVE method, etc

READERSHIP: Undergraduates and postgraduates in linear models and linear regression, applied statisticians and researchers SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS

SEP 2013 • 704PP • 978-1-118-32950-4 • CL • £93.50 • €112.20 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-471-23222-3

Introduction to Combinatorics 2nd Edition

MARTIN J.ERICKSON ✤✤ Features a modern treatment of combinatorics, error-correcting codes, and combinatorial designs, introduces basic principles and concepts, and discusses new and innovative results ✤✤ Contains updated tables and references and features many new computer programs to aid in reader comprehension and provides hundreds of worked examples and exercises with select solutions ✤✤ Includes material which has been thoroughly classroom-tested for numerous years, ideal for a one-semester or two-semester sequence in combinatorics   

✤✤ Illustrates the applicability of combinatorial methods and discusses topics that are not typically addressed elsewhere such as Alcuin's sequence, Rook paths, and Leech's lattice READERSHIP: Upper-level undergraduates in combinatorics, graph theory, and discrete and/or finite mathematics, professors, teaching assistants SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN DISCRETE MATHEMATICS AND OPTIMIZATION

MAY 2013 • 256PP • 978-1-118-63753-1 • CL • £63.50 • €76.20 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-471-15408-2

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JOHANNES LEDOLTER University of Iowa, USA

✤✤ Presents material from the author's own MBA-level course on data mining ✤✤ Showcases the powerful computing capabilities of R for executing data mining of large data ✤✤ Supplies readers with all of the book's data sets and related R code via a related website, allowing readers to easily access the discussed data and carry out their own analyses ✤✤ Provides extensive exercises via the book's related website allowing readers to test their comprehension of the presented techniques   

READERSHIP: Postgraduate and MBA students in data mining and business statistics

JUN 2013 • 320PP • 978-1-118-44714-7 • CL • £83.50 • €100.20

Nonparametric Statistical Methods 3rd Edition

MYLES HOLLANDER, DOUGLAS A. WOLFE & ERIC CHICKEN Florida State University, USA; Ohio State University, USA; Florida State University, USA

✤✤ Features modern topics and procedures, and real-world data sets and problems ✤✤ Shows nonparametric techniques and aids in the choice of appropriate procedures ✤✤ Includes topics on density estimation, kernel regression, non-parametric regression, ranked-set sampling, and Bayesian non-parametrics in five new chapters

Nonparametric Statistical Methods

✤✤ Offers software program, R, to aid in the statistical simulation, on top of MinitabTM and StatXact, and additional data sets and appendices via a FTP site

   

READERSHIP: Applied statisticians and practitioners working in industry, upper-level undergraduates or first-year postgraduates SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS

SEP 2013 • 978-0-470-38737-5 • CL • £83.50 • €100.20

Mathematics & Statistics

Business Analytics and Data Mining with R

REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-471-19045-5

Applied Mathematics 4th Edition

J. DAVID LOGAN University of Nebraska, USA

✤✤ Includes new chapters on the applications of dynamical systems and probability models, mathematical biology, genetics and natural selection, fitness and game theory, Green's functions for partial differential equations, concepts of hydrogeology, etc ✤✤ Incorporates new and updated MATLAB® applications to show computer algebra system calculations ✤✤ Covers standard and modern topics such as scaling and dimensional analysis, regular and singular perturbation methods, non-linear wave propagation, and stability and bifurcation

  

✤✤ Features more than 100 illustrations and 300 exercises READERSHIP: Upper-level undergraduates and beginning postgraduates in mathematics, engineering, and the natural sciences, engineers and scientists working in government and industry, university libraries

SEP 2013 • 640PP • 978-1-118-47580-5 • CL • £83.50 • €100.20 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-471-74662-1

Statistics for Scientists and Engineers R. CHATTAMVELLI ✤✤ Presents new algorithms and equations that are not available anywhere else ✤✤ Features dynamic data dependent systems like industrial robots, unmanned aerial vehicles or UAV, and pilot-less machines ✤✤ Provides insight on coding complex algorithms using the “loop unrolling technique”

Statistics for Scientists and Engineers

✤✤ Includes end-of-chapter exercises and recommended reading lists for each chapter as well as data sets and illustrative examples READERSHIP: Professionals and researchers in software development for engineering applications, postgraduates and advanced undergraduates in engineering, computer, and information sciences, professionals in astronomical sciences, medical sciences, etc

   

AUG 2013 • 800PP • 978-1-118-22896-8 • CL • £100.00 • €120.00

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Mathematics & Statistics

Evolutionary Optimization Algorithms DAN SIMON Cleveland State University, USA

✤✤ Provides a straightforward, bottom-up approach that assists the reader in obtaining a clear understanding of evolutionary algorithms, with an emphasis on implementation rather than models ✤✤ Gives a careful treatment of recent advances in EAs, including ABC (2005), BBO (2008), and OBL (2005), discussing their similarities and differences from more well-established EAs ✤✤ Includes a solution manual for all of the problems at the end of each chapter, including MATLAB® code for the programming assignments  

✤✤ Includes advanced mathematical techniques for analysing EAs, including Markov modelling and dynamic system modelling READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduates or postgraduates in engineering/computer science, practising engineers in engineering and computer science

SEP 2013 • 774PP • 978-0-470-93741-9 • CL • £83.50 • €100.20

Explorations of Mathematical Models in Biology with MATLAB®

Explorations of Mathematical Models in Biology with MATLAB®

MAZEN SHAHIN ✤✤ Provides a quantitative, computational, and mathematical approach to biology since it has become increasingly more dependent on data, algorithms, and models ✤✤ Models real-life situations to show the relevancy of abstract mathematical concepts and also helps to convey the elegance and wide applicability of mathematics ✤✤ Includes discussions on difference equations to model a wide range of real-life discrete time situations in diverse areas as well as discussions on matrices to model linear problems

✤✤ Features MATLAB throughout, enabling more focus on translating problems into mathematical notation, finding a solution, interpreting the numerical and graphical information, making conjectures, and writing about the findings and observations READERSHIP: Upper-level undergraduates majoring in mathematics, biology, ecology, envoronmental science, and forensice science, environmental professionals including biologists, ecologists, mathematicians, and biomathematicians

SEP 2013 • 320PP • 978-1-118-03212-1 • CL • £76.95 • €92.40

The Art of Data Analysis

How to Answer Almost any Question Using Basic Statistics

KRISTIN H. JARMAN ✤✤ Provides fun, common sense examples that explore statistical concepts and methods and are aimed to help anyone who has to make decisions based on raw data or compiled results ✤✤ Features one light-hearted question per chapter and answers using the art of data analysis and provides ideas for advanced topics and classroom projects at the end of each chapter ✤✤ Introduces basic concepts like descriptive statistics and regression and also addresses important issues that tend to complicate analyses such as skewed distributions and outliers  

✤✤ Includes the raw data and data sets presented in the book in Excel format via the book's related website and presents topics as a way to answer specific questions, emphasising statistics’ role as a problem-solving tool READERSHIP: Undergraduates in statistics, basic statistical concepts, probability and statistics, applied statistics, undergraduates and postgraduates in fields in which statistics is used, applied statisticians, statistical consultants, and researchers

JUN 2013 • 184PP • 978-1-118-41131-5 • PR • £30.50 • €36.60

Extremes in Random Fields A Theory and Its Applications

BENJAMIN YAKIR The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel

Extremes in Random Fields

✤✤ Extreme value analysis is widely used in areas such as operational research, bioinformatics, computer science, finance and many other disciplines ✤✤ Author has extensive research expertise in the field of extremes ✤✤ Supported by an accompanying website featuring lecture slides (TBC)  

READERSHIP: Researchers in applied probability and statistics as well as graduate students in this field and advanced undergraduate/postgraduate students in statistics SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS

AUG 2013 • 280PP • 978-1-118-62020-5 • CL • £65.00 • €82.20

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Theory and Applications with R 2nd Edition

EUGENE DEMIDENKO Dartmouth Medical School, USA

✤✤ Models complex clustered or longitudinal data,data with multiple sources of variation, etc ✤✤ Discusses Healthy Akaike Information Criterion and coping with parameter multidimensionality, etc ✤✤ Offers a comprehensive and highly accessible reference through major results and points of discussion ✤✤ Emphasises R subroutines throughout, and more than 300 exercises and 40 projects/simulations READERSHIP: Postgraduates in mixed statistical modelling, professionals in a broad range of fields such as cancer research, computer science, engineering, and industry SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS

AUG 2013 • 688PP • 978-1-118-09157-9 • CL • £86.95 • €104.40 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-471-60161-6

Evaluating Synergy

Statistical Design and Analysis of Drug Combination Studies

MING TAN, HONGBIN FANG & DOUGLAS ROSS Georgetown University Medical, USA; University of Maryland, USA; University of Maryland, USA

✤✤ Presents methods for optimally designing and analysing complex drug combination studies ✤✤ Provides a detailed discussion on the challenging case of three or multi-drug combinations

Evaluating Synergy

✤✤ Examines the drug development process with particular emphasis on the link of preclinical and clinical development ✤✤ Explores the design of experiments with herbal formulation  

READERSHIP: Scientists in translational research, data analysts and statisticians in cancer research and drug development, students and researchers in biostatistics, drug development, and pharmacology SERIES: STATISTICS IN PRACTICE

SEP 2013 • 416PP • 978-0-470-66969-3 • CL • £65.00 • €78.20

Success Probability Estimation with Applications to Clinical Trials FRANCESCO DE MARTINI ✤✤ Introduces statistical concepts including new and promising techniques in the statistical and pharmaceutical industry, and addresses the theoretical and practical aspects of the topic ✤✤ Features coverage of reproducibility probability estimation and sample size estimation and adaptation, including practical solutions for problems that are often encountered in clinical trials ✤✤ Includes success probability estimation for some widely used statistical tests such as nonparametric and parametric models  

✤✤ Focuses on experimental planning, specifically the sample size of clinical trials, using phase II results and data for planning phase III trials READERSHIP: Statisticians and biostatisticians in the pharmaceutical industry, medical researchers and practitioners actively involved in health policy, clinical research, and the design and evaluation of clinical trials, postgraduate and Ph.D. students

MAY 2013 • 224PP • 978-1-118-33578-9 • CL • £60.50 • €72.60

Wavelets and Scaling ORIETTA NICOLIS & BRANI VIDAKOVIC Georgia Institute of Technology, USA

✤✤ Discusses statistical modelling and induced inference in multiscale domains, along with overviews of several important problems and statistical paradigms ✤✤ Elucidates statistical tasks involving self-similar processes, including their diagnostics, parameter estimation, large sample properties, and testing of hypotheses

Wavelets and Scaling

✤✤ Emphasises the Bayesian approach as the statistical paradigm, which allows coherent incorporation of prior information about the phenomena ✤✤ Features simulation, model-building, and illustrative example setting throughout with case studies presented at the conclusion of the book in order to expose the real-life nature of the subject-matter READERSHIP: Masters/Ph.D. students in a numerate discipline such as statistics, mathematics, economics, engineering, computer science, and physics, postdoctoral researchers/users interested in statistical wavelet methods SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS

SEP 2013 • 320PP • 978-1-118-05700-1 • CL • £76.95 • €92.40

Mathematics & Statistics

Mixed Models


Mathematics & Statistics / Mechanical Engineering

Probability and Stochastic Processes IONUT FLORESCU ✤✤ Takes a sophisticated approach to applied probability and stochastic processes, introducing the topic with a unique balance of theory and applications in a pedagogical and accessible format

Probability and Stochastic Processes

✤✤ Presents material which has been classroom tested by the author at both Purdue University and Stevens Institute of Technology, ensuring that the content and style are motivating and comprehensive ✤✤ Focuses on key theory only while also emphasising the importance of measure theory in understanding basic probability concepts  

✤✤ Features mathematically rigorous topics but also incorporates traditional applied concepts so that readers can gain an intuitive sense of theory and its practice READERSHIP: Upper-level undergraduates and postgraduates in probability and stochastic processes, mathematics, business, and electrical engineering, researchers and practitioners in mathematics, engineering, and mathematical finance

SEP 2013 • 512PP • 978-0-470-62455-5 • CL • £83.50 • €100.20

Research Methods for the Health Sciences CHRISTOPHER J. L. CUNNINGHAM University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, USA

✤✤ Explores the research models, designs, and methodologies that are specific medical and health science research ✤✤ Introduces various research designs that are appropriate for use in the medical sciences, including single-participant, multi-group, longitudinal, correlational, and experimental designs ✤✤ Discusses issues and steps common across all single-factor and multifactor studies as well as singlesubject and non-experimental methods  

✤✤ Guides readers through discussions on findings by outlining the editorial guidelines of the American Medical Association and the American Psychological Association READERSHIP: Postgraduates in research methods, quantitative analysis, and evaluation research in health sciences, public health, and medical sciences, researchers and practitioners in medicine, public health, epidemiology, biostatistics, and health sciences

AUG 2013 • 704PP • 978-1-118-13540-2 • CL • £86.95 • €104.40

Programming the Finite Element Method

5th Edition

IAN I. SMITH, VAUGHAN GRIFFITHS & LEE MARGETTS University of Manchester; Colorado School of Mines; University of Manchester Space Institute

Programming the Finite Element Method

✤✤ Takes into account advances in parallel computing, for example mixed MPI/OpenMP, as well as new material on thermal stress analysis ✤✤ Provides an updated version of Fortran 2003 where all the Fortran programs and subroutines are listed in full in the text as well as available online ✤✤ Includes exercises for students to solve  

READERSHIP: Undergraduate and postgraduate students and researchers in all fields of civil and mechanical engineering, applied maths, numerical analysis and physics, practitioners in the above fields as well as in electrical and aerospace engineering SERIES: WILEY SERIES IN COMPUTATIONAL MECHANICS

AUG 2013 • 608PP • 978-1-119-97334-8 • CL • £68.95 • €86.40 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-84969-9

Modelling, Simulation and Control of Two-Wheeled Vehicles

Modelling, Simulation and Control of Two-Wheeled Vehicles

MARA TANELLI & SERGIO SAVERESI Both of Politecnico di Milano

✤✤ Presents cutting-edge research as well as insight into future challenges, and industrial and academic development scenarios ✤✤ Includes experimental data and closed-loop tests on instrumented motorcycles from real-life industrial experiments  

✤✤ Presents the contents in three parts – motorcycle modelling and dynamic analysis, motorcycle simulation as well as motorcycle control and estimation problems READERSHIP: Postgraduates in control and mechanical engineering, academic researchers and professors in automotive control and vehicle dynamics, industrial practitioners in motorcycle dynamics and control, R&D engineers in vehicle control engineering SERIES: AUTOMOTIVE SERIES

SEP 2013 • 400PP • 978-1-119-95018-9 • CL • £93.95 • €119.30

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PRADIPTA PANIGRAHI ✤✤ Brings together in one collection recent and emerging developments in this fast-growing area of micro systems and covers multidisciplinary fields such as materials science, mechanical engineering, microtechnology, and biotechnology ✤✤ Provides a comprehensive coverage of analytical models in microfluidics and MEMS technology ✤✤ Introduces micro fluidics applications including the development of inkjet printheads, micropropulsion, and micro-thermal technologies

Transport Phenomena in Microfluidic Systems

✤✤ Supplies readers with problems and solutions and a companion website

READERSHIP: Senior undergraduates and postgraduates on mechanical, chemical, and biomedical engineering, MEMS professionals, postgraduates in electrical and electronics engineering, chemistry, civil and aerospace engineering

AUG 2013 • 450PP • 978-1-118-29841-1 • CL • £90.00 • €108.00

True Digital Control C. JAMES TAYLOR ✤✤ Presents a true digital control or TDC approach to the design of digital control systems ✤✤ Uses the non–minimal state space or NMSS framework as a unifying theme for generalised digital control system design ✤✤ Introduces the foundations of linear state space control theory before providing a wide-ranging introduction to other important topics in modern control systems design as well as generic concepts of state variable feedback ✤✤ Provides MATLAB and Simulink files via a website  

READERSHIP: Engineers and researchers in control engineering, postgraduate students in mechanical and electrical engineering

JUL 2013 • 352PP • 978-1-118-52121-2 • CL • £75.50 • €93.10

Mechanical Engineering

Transport Phenomena in Microfluidic Systems

Civil Avionics Systems 2nd Edition

IAN MOIR Independent Consultant

✤✤ Presents updated contents in the light of latest applications ✤✤ Features substantial new content in the areas of avionics technology, software, and system safety

Civil Avionics Systems

✤✤ Provides a uniquely comprehensive source of information and features line drawings and photographs, with some images of flight decks and displays in full colour ✤✤ Includes a chapter on displays written by Malcolm Jukes, an internationally respected expert, updated to include the recent evolution of flight deck technology, displays, and architectures

READERSHIP: Postgraduates in aerospace engineering, aerospace engineers, engineers in the airline industry, designers, manufacturers, maintenance engineers, electronic component suppliers, engine manufacturers, navigation engineers SERIES: AEROSPACE SERIES

SEP 2013 • 600PP • 978-1-118-34180-3 • CL • £81.25 • €96.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-02929-9

Advanced Aircraft Design

Essays on Conceptual Design, Technology and Optimization of Subsonic Civil Airplanes

EGBERT TORENBEEK ✤✤ Demonstrates the basic principles of advanced civil airplane design ✤✤ Treats subsonic commercial transport airplanes and business jets in a comprehensive manner ✤✤ Develops a unique quasi-analytical framework for conceptual design optimisation and discusses unusual design concepts ✤✤ Emphasises weight engineering as a central discipline READERSHIP: Researchers and practitioners in aerospace industry such as aircraft designers, aircraft weight engineers, and applied scientists, postgraduate students in aerospace engineering SERIES: AEROSPACE SERIES

JUN 2013 • 500PP • 978-1-118-56811-8 • CL • £75.00 • €95.30

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Mechanical Engineering

Theoretical Aerodynamics ETHIRAJAN RATHAKRISHNAN ✤✤ Provides a complete overview of the technical terms, vortex theory, lifting line theory, and numerical methods, making full use of figures and illustrations to enhance understanding and moves well from simpler to more advanced topics ✤✤ Features a complete section on fluid mechanics and thermodynamics, essential background topics to the theory of aerodynamics ✤✤ Blends the mathematical and physical concepts of design and performance aspects of lift surfaces, and introduces the reader to the thin aerofoil theory, panel method, and finite aerofoil theory  

✤✤ Includes a solutions manual for the exercise problems at the end of chapters, and lecture slides on the book's companion website READERSHIP: Postgraduate and advanced undergraduate students of aerospace engineering, researchers and designers working in the area of aerofoil and blade design

MAY 2013 • 504PP • 978-1-118-47934-6 • CL • £75.00 • €90.00

UAS Integration into Civil Airspace Policy, Regulations and Strategy

DOUGLAS M. MARSHALL ✤✤ Discusses existing policies and regulations from nations around the world for flying unmanned aerial vehicles or UAVs in civil airspace

UAS Integration into Civil Airspace

✤✤ Examines the current status of technological developments and explores the technological potential in the years to come ✤✤ Presents a comprehensive airspace integration strategy that balances the many conflicting interests in the UAS world, with due regard for safety, utility, and affordability  

READERSHIP: Researchers, consultants, regulators, policy makers, military, defence contractors, aerospace manufacturers and UAS organisations, undergraduate and postgraduate students in mechanical engineering and law SERIES: AEROSPACE SERIES

SEP 2013 • 300PP • 978-1-118-33949-7 • CL • £62.50 • €72.60

Modeling and Control of Engines and Drivelines LARS E. ERIKSSON ✤✤ Features modelling, analysis, and control of engines and drivelines as well as an overview of hybrid vehicles and powertrains

Modeling and Control of Engines and Drivelines

✤✤ Covers the basic dynamics of internal combustion engines and drivelines ✤✤ Discusses the goals that engine control design system aims for, and how these targets can be achieved ✤✤ Provides a set of standard models and includes examples and case studies as well as a website hosting example models READERSHIP: Engineers working in the automotive industry, postgraduate students in automotive and mechanical engineering, researchers working in the field of automotive control SERIES: AUTOMOTIVE SERIES

AUG 2013 • 448PP • 978-1-118-47999-5 • CL • £78.50 • €94.50

Engineering Informatics Fundamentals of Computer-Aided Engineering

IAN F. C. SMITH & BENNY RAPHAEL ✤✤ Provides extensive coverage of almost all aspects of computer-aided engineering, outlining general concepts such as fundamental logic, definition of engineering tasks, and computational complexity ✤✤ Features extensively revised and expanded chapters following more than ten years of experience teaching courses on the basis of the first edition ✤✤ Considers the benefits of increased computational power, parallel computing, and cloud computing and covers numerous representation frameworks and reasoning strategies  

✤✤ Offers many practical engineering examples and exercises, with lecture notes available for many of the topics/chapters from the ASCE Global Centre of Excellence, providing a valuable resource for lecturers READERSHIP: Postgraduates doing computer-aided engineering and engineering informatics courses in the civil, mechanical, chemical, and environmental fields, researchers, practising engineers, and academics using computer-aided engineering

JUL 2013 • 400PP • 978-1-119-95341-8 • CL • £64.95 • €75.50 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-471-48709-8

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2nd Edition

TED BELYTSCHKO, WING KAM LIU, BRIAN MORAN & KHALIL ELKHODARY Both of Northwestern University, USA

✤✤ Includes two new chapters on the hot topics of multiresolution methods for multiscale analyses and extended finite elements or XFEM

Nonlinear Finite Elements for Continua and Structures

✤✤ Provides a comprehensive description of the major methodologies of nonlinear finite element analysis for solid mechanics, as applied to continua and structures ✤✤ Focuses on the formulation and solution of the discrete equations for various classes of problems encountered in the application of the finite element method to solid and structural mechanics

✤✤ Features the writings of leading authors in the field and widely adopted worldwide and provide solutions via a website READERSHIP: Postgraduate students in mechanical engineering, researchers and practitioners in industry

SEP 2013 • 760PP • 978-1-118-63270-3 • PR • £69.50 • €86.30

Modelling and Managing Airport Performance KONSTANTINOS ZOGRAFOS, AMEDEO ODONI & GIOVANNI ANDREATTA Athens University of Economics & Business; MIT, USA; University of Padova,

✤✤ Offers a contribution to the definition and common interpretation of airport performance measures or notions ✤✤ Considers diverse measures of airport performance including capacity, delays, level of service, safety, and noise ✤✤ Addresses an area of intense research interest to both practitioners and academics ✤✤ Provides a global perspective from contributing authors and research efforts worldwide  

READERSHIP: Researchers and postgraduate students in the air transportation academic community, professionals and practitioners in the air transportation industry SERIES: AEROSPACE SERIES

AUG 2013 • 300PP • 978-0-470-97418-6 • CL • £81.95 • €103.50

Control of Cutting and Machining Instability Time-Frequency Approach for Precision, Micro and Nano Machining

C. STEVE SUH & MENG-KUN LIU Both of Texas A&M University, USA

✤✤ Presents new developments on machine tool vibration control based on discontinuous dynamical systems ✤✤ Equips the reader with the knowledge to understand the dynamics of cutting and operation of machine-tool systems in different conditions as well as the concept of cutting instability control ✤✤ Includes data examples in MATLAB coding READERSHIP: Senior level undergraduates; practicing engineers in manufacturing, machine-tool design, and cutting vibration control

AUG 2012 • 352PP • 978-1-118-37182-4 • CL • £87.50 • €105.30

Organic Nanomaterials

Synthesis, Characterization, and Device Applications

TOMAS TORRES & GIOVANNI BOTTARI ✤✤ Illustrates where chemistry fits into nanotechnology and how engineers can use organic nanosystems to improve material applications ✤✤ Pulls together key aspects of interdisciplinary and interacting fields - chemistry, physics, materials and polymer science, and engineering

Organic Nanomaterials

Organic Chemistry / Mechanical Engineering

Nonlinear Finite Elements for Continua and Structures

✤✤ Covers synthesis, analysis and characterisation, fabrication, and device applications ✤✤ Includes applications for biomaterials, electronics, photovoltaics, and nanomedicine and provides a comprehensive and up-to-date review of fundamentals and recent developments in the field

READERSHIP: Chemistry, physics, materials science, polymer science, chemical and material engineering researchers in academia and industry involved in nanotechnology

JUN 2013 • 504PP • 978-1-118-01601-5 • CL • £117.00 • €140.40

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Organic Chemistry

Liquid Phase Oxidation via Heterogeneous Catalysis Organic Synthesis and Industrial Applications

MARIO G. CLERICI & OXANA A. KHOLDEEVA ✤✤ Addresses important processes for green chemistry in industrial chemical production and discusses catalyst characterisation and performance, along with stability and re-use ✤✤ Helps readers select, prepare, and use potential catalysts for industrial organic synthesis and bridges a gap between academic research and industrial applications of catalytic oxidation reactions  

✤✤ Organises the chapters in a uniform style and has catalytic properties by compound class, similar in style to organic chemistry textbooks ✤✤ Covers applications in the last chapter by contributors who have been directly involved in their development READERSHIP: Pharmaceutical, fragrance, fine chemical, and petrochemical industries, researchers and R & D managers in organic chemistry, green/ sustainable chemistry, catalysis, catalyst design, chemical synthesis, and process chemistry

JUL 2013 • 528PP • 978-0-470-91552-3 • CL • £100.00 • €120.00

Structure Elucidation in Organic Chemistry MAGDALENA CID University of Vigo, Spain

Structure Elucidation in Organic Chemistry

✤✤ Acquaints readers with all relevant techniques for structure analysis and the advantages of the synergy between these techniques, enabling readers to choose the correct analytical method for each problem, thus saving time and resources ✤✤ Guarantees both solid methodology and applications essential for structure determination based on works contributed by an optimal author team from academia as well as from industry ✤✤ Provides all relevant and state-of-the-art knowledge on spectroscopic and related techniques for chemical structure analysis such as NMR, optical spectroscopy, mass spectrometry, and X-ray crystallography

✤✤ Delivers all information, including scope and limitation of each method, in one handy volume READERSHIP: Organic chemists, stereo chemists, biochemists, medicinal chemists, laboratory heads, analytical laboratories, libraries

AUG 2013 • 450PP • 978-3-527-33336-3 • CL • £115.00 • €138.00

More Dead Ends and Detours MIGUEL A. SIERRA, MARIA DE LA TORRE & FERNANDO P. COSSIO Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain; Instituto de Quimica Organica General, Spain; Universidad Del País Vasco, Spain

✤✤ Presents more than 20 new examples of dead-ends and their successful solutions using computational models to discuss the problem in much more detail, thus providing readers with additional information not found in the primary literature ✤✤ Covers the most often applied reaction types in organic synthesis and, thus, ideally complements the first book whose focus is on general aspects such as reactivity and selectivity ✤✤ Deals with pitfalls and problems in total synthesis arising in the laboratory of synthetic chemists day-to-day  

✤✤ Serves as a valuable supplement to any organic synthesis course enabling readers to learn from the step-by-step analysis of mistakes made in past strategies and thus improves their own chemical reaction planning READERSHIP: Master's and Ph.D. students in chemistry, natural products chemists, organic chemists, lecturers and chemists in industry, pharmaceutical chemists, university libraries

MAY 2013 • 380PP • 978-3-527-32976-2 • PR • £60.00 • €72.00

Diversity-Oriented Synthesis

Basics and Applications in Organic Synthesis, Drug Discovery, and Chemical Biology

ANDREA TRABOCCHI & STUART L. SCHREIBER Harvard University, USA

✤✤ Covers a hot and dynamic new paradigm that has applications in organic chemistry and drug discovery ✤✤ Shows how diversity oriented synthesis or DOS is improving technological and synthetic approaches in compound library development and screening ✤✤ Provides a compendium of methodologies used in DOS ✤✤ Explains applications in chemical biology and genetics, organic synthesis, and drug discovery  

READERSHIP: Academic, industry, and advanced student chemists in organic synthesis, chemical biology, and drug discovery focusing on organic chemistry, medicinal chemistry, biochemistry, natural products, and combinatorial chemistry, microbiologists

AUG 2013 • 576PP • 978-1-118-14565-4 • CL • £83.50 • €100.20

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Bond Formation Methodologies and Activation Modes

RAMON RIOS TORRES University of Southampton

✤✤ Addresses a hot and dynamic part of organic chemistry with relevance to green chemistry practices ✤✤ Describes methodologies for forming key chemical bonds - including carbon-carbon or C-C, carbonnitrogen or C-N, and carbon-halogen or C-X ✤✤ Organises the material by bond type, which allows readers to find the content according to applications and includes a chapter on organocatalysis for natural products synthesis ✤✤ Helps synthetic chemists apply organocatalytic reactions to solve problems in organic synthesis

READERSHIP: Organic chemists in academia and industry, catalytic chemists, medicinal chemists, chemical industry, and libraries

JUN 2013 • 632PP • 978-1-118-20353-8 • CL • £130.00 • €156.00

Comprehensive Enantioselective Organocatalysis PETER I. DALKO CNRS, Uni Paris Descartes, France

✤✤ Features novel catalysts and reactions, discoveries in the organocatalysis field made in the last 5 years ✤✤ Discusses all relevant catalyst systems as well as key strategies, reaction types, and important applications in total synthesis and industry in detail

Comprehensive Enantioselective Organocatalysis

Organic Chemistry

Stereoselective Organocatalysis

✤✤ Includes a tabular collection of the most important catalysts with cross-references to the corresponding chapters as well as an appendix of sample experimental procedures  

✤✤ Showcases high-quality information with contributions from pioneers of the organocatalysis field, for example Denmark, List, Maruoka, Hayashi, Jorgensen, Pellissier, and others READERSHIP: Organic chemists, catalytic chemists, medicinal chemists, biochemists, chemists in industry, libraries

AUG 2013 • 1200PP • 978-3-527-33236-6 • CL • £325.00 • €390.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-3-527-31522-2

Microreactors in Organic Chemistry and Catalysis THOMAS WIRTH Cardiff University, UK

✤✤ Presents microreactor technology which has many advantages such as enhanced mass and heat transfer, improved yields and selectivities, faster reactions and “greener” reactions ✤✤ Discusses the field of microreactors and their applications which have become mature during the last years with the technology found not only in academia but also in commercial applications ✤✤ Focuses on the latest developments and includes a new chapter on “analysis and optimisation of reactions” with revisions to and updates on all chapters

✤✤ Covers topics like microreactors in organic synthesis and catalysis, industrial applications, technical and engineering questions, and fluidics in microdevices READERSHIP: Organic chemists, chemists in industry, catalytic chemists, chemical engineers, libraries

APR 2013 • 478PP • 978-3-527-33299-1 • CL • £125.00 • €150.00

SET: Fieser and Fieser's Reagents for Organic Synthesis Volumes 1-27, and Collective Index for Volumes 1-22 TSE-LOK HO The NutraSweet Co.

✤✤ Provides A-to-Z listing of reagents cited in synthetic literature and features concise descriptions, illustrations of chemical reactions, and selected examples of applications ✤✤ Includes author indexes and subject indexes ✤✤ Ensures great time savings in researching literature ✤✤ Offers practical information on making/buying reagent, its usefulness, and where to find complete details

SET: Fieser and Fieser's Reagents for Organic Synthesis Volumes 1-27, and Collective Index for Volumes 1-22  

READERSHIP: Organic chemists in industry and academia, libraries in colleges, universities, corporations, and government institutes, postgraduate students in organic chemistry SERIES: FIESERS’ REAGENTS FOR ORGANIC SYNTHESIS

APR 2013 • 3700PP • 978-1-118-52891-4 • CL • £2267.00 • €2720.40 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-89458-3

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Organic Chemistry

Transition-Metal-Mediated Aromatic Ring Construction KEN TANAKA

Transition-MetalMediated Aromatic Ring Construction

✤✤ Unites two major areas – metal catalysis and the synthesis of aromatic compounds ✤✤ Provides a useful guide to methods, synthetic routes, and strategies for aromatic compounds and features efficient and practical reactions ✤✤ Collects an otherwise-scattered body of important literature to meet the easy reference needs of practising synthetic chemists ✤✤ Boasts an internationally-recognised leader as its editor and an authoritative team of contributors

READERSHIP: Organic chemists in academia and industry, organometallic chemists, material chemists, medicinal chemists, natural products chemists, biochemists, process chemists

SEP 2013 • 544PP • 978-1-118-14892-1 • CL • £100.00 • €120.00

Modern Nucleophilic Aromatic Substitution FRANCOIS TERRIER University of Versailles, France

✤✤ Features a very important and fundamental topic which is of highest interest for specialists ✤✤ Serves as a valuable reference for all organic chemists working in the elucidation of reaction mechanisms and synthesis ✤✤ Covers everything a scientist needs to know in a comprehensive manner READERSHIP: Organic, catalytic, and natural products chemists, chemists working with/on organometallics, lecturers in chemistry, libraries

JUN 2013 • 472PP • 978-3-527-31861-2 • CL • £125.00 • €150.00  

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Drug-Drug Interactions for Therapeutic Biologics HONGHUI ZHOU & BERND MEIBOHM University of Tennessee Health Science Center, USA

✤✤ Addresses the complex nature of biologic drug development and drug-drug interactions or DDIs which are very different from more traditional small molecule drugs ✤✤ Includes up-to-date knowledge of diverse classes of therapeutic biologics such as monoclonal antibodies, fusion proteins, cytokines, growth factors and hormones, and nucleic acid-based derivatives ✤✤ Presents cutting-edge information on how to assess and evaluate drug-drug interactions using in vivo, in vitro, and modelling-based approaches  

✤✤ Features comprehensive appendix of more than 100 drug interactions involving therapeutic biologics and mechanisms, and includes recent regulatory and industry perspectives, examples, and case studies on the specific nature of biologic DDIs READERSHIP: Pharmaceutical and biotech scientists, pharmacologists, medicinal chemists, toxicologists, academic pharmacokinetics, pharmacology, and biochemistry scientists

JUL 2013 • 328PP • 978-1-118-03216-9 • CL • £83.50 • €100.20

Pharmacokinetics

Concepts and Applications in Drug Discovery and Development

ANA RUIZ-GARCIA & VICENTE G. CASABO ✤✤ Places the principles of PK into the daily-work context of DMPK and industry pharmacologists ✤✤ Guides decision-making through early stages of drug discovery and development

Pharmacokinetics

✤✤ Includes sections on bioanalytical methods, math approaches, PK / PD tools, and regulatory matters ✤✤ Offers perspective from clinical pharmacologists in both industry and the regulatory agencies and provides a useful guide and integrated coverage for innovative pharmacokinetic approaches in drug development  

READERSHIP: Pharmaceutical chemists in drug discovery and development, pharmacokinetic scientists, clinical pharmacologists, biochemists, regulatory scientists

AUG 2013 • 864PP • 978-0-470-58212-1 • CL • £117.00 • €140.40

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KUN CHENG & RAM MAHATO University of Missouri-Kansas City, USA; University of Tennessee Health Science Center, USA

✤✤ Presents all of the essential aspects of developing RNAi therapeutics from bench to clinic ✤✤ Considers all types of RNAi: siRNA, dsRNA, and shRNA ✤✤ Provides a strong focus on effective delivery strategies ✤✤ Features contributions from an international panel of experts READERSHIP: Academic researchers and postgraduate students specialising in RNAi, drug discovery and delivery, molecular biology, biomedical engineering and biomaterials, pharmacology, and biotechnology

JUL 2013 • 504PP • 978-1-119-97686-8 • CL • £125.00 • €155.70

Physics and Chemistry of Interfaces 3rd Edition

HANS-JURGEN BUTT, KARLHEINZ GRAF & MICHAEL KAPPL Max Planck Institue for Polymer Research, Germany; University of Duisburg, Germany; Max-Planck-Institute for Polymer Research, Germany

✤✤ Current in terms of high-end applications from biotechnology or microelectronics which are used to illustrate the basic concepts ✤✤ Covers both fundamentals and applications, with a solid background while remaining mathematically comprehensible ✤✤ Contains substantial new content such as second harmonic generation spectroscopy, surface diffusion mechanisms and measurement of surface diffusion, optical spectroscopy of surfaces, atomic layer deposition, superlubricity, bioadhesion, and spin coating

READERSHIP: Students in chemistry, material sciences, physics; surface chemists; surface physicists; materials scientists, chemical engineers, solid state chemists

APR 2013 • 495PP • 978-3-527-41216-7 • PR • £50.00 • €60.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-3-527-40629-6

Nuclear and Radiochemistry JENS -VOLKER KRATZ & KARL HEINRICH LIESER University of Mainz, Germany; Eduard-Zintl-Institut, Germany

✤✤ Includes a must-have resource for nuclear chemists – the Karlsruhe Nuclide Chart which is printed in full colour ✤✤ Features safety through knowledge on how to work with radioactivity in the optimal way

Nuclear and Radiochemistry

✤✤ Discusses electricity without greenhouse gases where nuclear power is a widely used source of energy and some countries are building new nuclear reactors ✤✤ Presents the importance of radioactivity in many fields, for example in radiotherapy treatment  

READERSHIP: Nuclear chemists, lecturers in chemistry, students in chemistry and physics, lecturers in physics and medicine, chemical institutes, postgraduate students, libraries

JUL 2013 • 600PP • 978-3-527-32901-4 • CL • £125.00 • €156.00

Vibrational Spectroscopy of Electrified Interfaces CAROL KORZENIEWSKI ✤✤ Represents the first book on vibrational spectroscopy although there have been approximately 1100 papers on the topic over the last decade ✤✤ Covers theory, techniques, advantages/disadvantages of particular methods, challenges, and theoretical underpinnings of techniques, unique advantages, measurement challenges, and applications ✤✤ Focuses on energy-based applications and materials such as fuel cells and batteries which are growing areas in the foreseeable future and discusses and features interfacial electrochemistry

Vibrational Spectroscopy of Electrified Interfaces

Physical Chemistry / Pharma/Drug Discovery

Advanced Delivery and Therapeutic Applications of RNAi

✤✤ Showcases contributions from highly reputable editors for example Wieckowski, the North American Editor of Electrochimica Acta READERSHIP: Physical chemists, electrochemists, chemical physicists, materials scientists, analytical chemists; researchers working on materials for energy applications SERIES: THE WILEY SERIES ON ELECTROCATALYSIS AND ELECTROCHEMISTRY

SEP 2013 • 500PP • 978-1-118-15717-6 • CL • £107.00 • €128.40 REPLACES ISBN: 978-1-118-10879-6

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Lithium Batteries

Advanced Technologies and Applications

BRUNO SCROSATI, K. M. ABRAHAM, WALTER A. VAN SCHALKWIJK & JUSEF HASSOUN ✤✤ Discusses the most recent advancements in lithium battery technology and science and provides a summary of state of the art of lithium-ion batteries and future directions ✤✤ Covers various lithium-ion devices including lithium-air batteries aqueous, lithium-air polymer batteries, lithium-sulfur, and batteries for medical applications

✤✤ Presents problems and expectation in Li-Battery technology as well as alternatives to lithium-ion batteries such as moderate temperature sodium batteries, magnesium batteries, and hybrid super-capacitors ✤✤ Provides practical applications of lithium-ion batteries including use in the medical industry READERSHIP: Professors, postgraduate students, engineers in battery R&D, electrochemists, material scientists and researchers from government, academia, and industry SERIES: THE ECS SERIES OF TEXTS AND MONOGRAPHS

AUG 2013 • 400PP • 978-1-118-18365-6 • CL • £90.50 • €108.60

Fusion Plasma Diagnostics with mm-Waves HANS-JÜRGEN HARTFUß & THOMAS GEIST Max Planck Institut für Plasmaphysik, Greifswald, Germany; EADS Deutschland GmbH, Germany

✤✤ Showcases the writings of best-known mm-wave diagnosticians in the field of fusion physics

Fusion Plasma Diagnostics with mm-Waves

✤✤ Features introduction to fusion plasma diagnostics with microwaves and discusses how mm-wave diagnostics can be easily applied to future fusion reactors ✤✤ Includes major diagnostic techniques like electron cyclotron emission and absorption, reflectometry, interferometry and polarimetry, scattering, and phase contrast imaging ✤✤ Fills a gap in literature  

READERSHIP: Ph.D. and Master's students in physics, plasmaphysicists, high energy physicists, university libraries, physical institutes, research institutes

AUG 2013 • 400PP • 978-3-527-41105-4 • CL • £65.00 • €78.00

Magnetic Processes in Astrophysics GÜNTHER RÜDIGER, RAINER HOLLERBACH & LEONID KITCHATINOV Astrophysical Institute Potsdam, Germany; University of Leeds, UK; Institute for Solar-Terrestrial Physics, Russia

✤✤ Represents a sequel to “Magnetic Universe” and adopts the recent concepts in magnetohydrodynamics ✤✤ Includes chapters on small scale dynamos and shear flow electrodynamics ✤✤ Covers the most recent experiments to explain the magneto-rotational instability or MRI for the first time and provides an explanation of the formation of planets and stars  

✤✤ Provides experimental concepts and mathematical tools for the modelling of dynamic magnetic fields and comes with numerous colour figures READERSHIP: Astronomers, geophysicists, lecturers and students in physics, students in astronomy, physical institutes, university libraries

AUG 2013 • 400PP • 978-3-527-41034-7 • CL • £100.00 • €126.00

Multiscale Analysis and Nonlinear Dynamics – From Molecules to the Brain MISHA MEYER PESENSON & HEINZ GEORG SCHUSTER California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, USA

✤✤ Shows similarities between problems arising in seemingly different scientific disciplines such as physics, mathematics, computer science, and statistics, and their mathematical treatment ✤✤ Updates scientists who want to stay up to date with the interdisciplinary research activities on multiscaling, nonlinear dynamics, and their applications to bio-circuits and neuroscience  

✤✤ Includes contributions from international top scientists, enabling readers to identify and generate new links between the different fields, and get a broader perspective READERSHIP: Biophysicists, applied physicists, applied mathematicians, neurobiologists, advanced students in applied mathematics, systems biology, cardiology, and neurobiology SERIES: ANNUAL REVIEWS OF NONLINEAR DYNAMICS AND COMPLEXITY (VCH)

JUL 2013 • 300PP • 978-3-527-41198-6 • CL • £90.00 • €108.00

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Optical Parametric Chirp Pulse Amplification JENS BIEGERT & PHILIP K. BATES Both of The Institute of Photonic Science (ICFO), Spain

✤✤ Presents an alternative technique to “conventional” laser amplification from top worldwide experts in the field of OPCPA ✤✤ Features a technology with tremendous possibilities to generate ultrashort pulses, the highest energies, and a wide variety of wavelengths

Optical Parametric Chirp Pulse Amplification

✤✤ Discusses the laser field which is experiencing a major shift towards OPCPA ✤✤ Covers technologies, innovations, and applications and fills the gap in the current literature with only research papers being published in conference proceedings

READERSHIP: Experimental, theoretical, solid state, semiconductor, applied, and atomic physicists, electrical engineers, engineering scientists in industry, Ph.D. students and lecturers in physics, lecturers in electrical engineering

SEP 2013 • 300PP • 978-3-527-41116-0 • PR • £90.00 • €108.00

Foundations of Strong-Field Physics HOWARD REISS Max-Born-Institute, Germany

✤✤ Fills a substantial gap in the literature on a topic that is growing and maturing steadily and addresses controversial issues of the topic, like the role of relativistic effects in weak low-frequency fields ✤✤ Serves as an important tool to a better understanding of interaction of strong fields with matter, starting from simple atomic systems, molecules, and up to nanostructures

Foundations of Strong-Field Physics

✤✤ Discusses conflicts between tunnelling and SFA results and covers fundamental properties of quantum mechanics and of electromagnetism that are at the heart of nonperturbative physics ✤✤ Showcases the work of the author who developed the so-called strong-field approximation or SFA theory

READERSHIP: Master's and Ph.D. students, and lecturers in physics, atomic, molecular, nuclear, and theoretical physicists

SEP 2013 • 300PP • 978-3-527-41112-2 • CL • £75.00 • €90.00

Engineering Fluid Mechanics 10th Edition SI Version

DONALD F. ELGER, BARBARA C. WILLIAMS, CLAYTON T. CROWE & JOHN A. ROBERSON University of Idaho, USA; University of Idaho, USA; Washington State University, Pullman, USA; Emeritus, Washington State University, USA

✤✤ Enables students to design and problem solve whilst enjoying their journey as they learn ✤✤ Numerous sketches and photographs help students learn more effectively ✤✤ Emphasizes technical derivations so that students can learn to do the derivations on their own, increasing their levels of knowledge ✤✤ New pedagogical features, including Checkpoint problems to reinforce concepts and 30% new and modified end-of-chapter problems

READERSHIP: Mechanical, Chemical and Civil Engineering undergraduate students

JUN 2013 • 688PP • 978-1-118-31875-1 • PR • £51.99 • €62.40 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-40943-5

A Guide to Writing as an Engineer 4th Edition

DAVID F. BEER & DAVID A. MCMURREY University of Texas at Austin, USA; IBM Corporation, USA

✤✤ The fourth edition of A Guide to Writing as an Engineer updates Beer and McMurrey's popular book on communication and technical writing for engineers ✤✤ Used predominantly in engineering survey courses, the text is also applicable for specific courses on engineering writing or technical communication ✤✤ Deals with a variety of topics ranging from important writing concepts that apply to professional engineers, to content, organization, format and style of various kinds of engineering writing ✤✤ Covers oral presentations, research techniques, ethics, and proper citation methods

READERSHIP: Undergraduate students studying surveying, engineering writing or technical communication

SEP 2013 • 288PP • 978-1-118-30027-5 • PR • £54.50 • €64.80 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-470-41701-0

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Engineering / solid mechanics / Construction

Engineering and Chemical Thermodynamics 2nd Edition

MILO D. KORETSKY Oregon State University, USA

✤✤ This new edition follows a visual approach that offers qualitative discussions on the role of molecular interactions, helping students understand and visualise 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 Chemical Engineering

SEP 2013 • 690PP • 978-0-470-25961-0 • CL • £54.99 • €66.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-471-38586-8

Engineering Design Graphics Sketching, Modeling, and Visualization 2nd Edition

JAMES LEAKE University of Illinois, USA

✤✤ Includes more in-depth and enhanced information on projection theory, which provides instructional framework and freehand sketching for learning important graphical concepts ✤✤ The text provides clear, concise information about topics addressed in modern engineering design graphics as well as hundreds of additional sketching problems  

✤✤ Emphasizes hand-drawing as a key component of the design process and teaches sketching as a means to help students “think in 3 dimensions” ✤✤ This text also provides a chapter on computer aided design (CAD) software READERSHIP: Design Engineering students and Engineering professionals

SEP 2013 • 400PP • 978-1-118-07888-4 • PR • £44.99 • €54.00 REPLACES ISBN: 978-0-471-76268-3

Modeling of Physical Systems: Simulation and Control JOSEPH J. BEAMAN & RAUL G. LONGORIA Both of University of Texas at Austin, USA

✤✤ Includes tables summarizing fundamental modeling elements and principles, sets of problems and case studies of real-world applications ✤✤ Emphasizes simulation throughout the book as a means to enable reader understanding ✤✤ Topics introduced include: mechanical, electrical, thermal, fluid, magnetic and chemical systems  

✤✤ Gives insight into controls problems by building a better understanding of the physical system and developing tools and methods that enable users to modify models READERSHIP: Aerospace and Electromechanical engineering students at the graduate and senior undergraduate level, Professional engineers and researchers, Controls engineers

AUG 2013 • 544PP • 978-1-119-94504-8 • CL • £81.95 • €98.60

The Engineer's Manual for Construction Site Planning JÜRI SUTT, IRENE LILL & OLEV MÜÜRSEPP All of Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia

✤✤ A manual for effective construction site management ✤✤ Compact presentation of site planning activities in logical sequence ✤✤ Addresses all stages of a project's life-cycle – design, tendering, and bid completion ✤✤ A dedicated section on the costs of temporary works  

✤✤ Offers a technology for the design of the construction site and of temporary works READERSHIP: Practicing engineers – both consulting and contracting engineers and engineering and construction management students

SEP 2013 • 144PP • 978-1-118-55609-2 • PR • £49.95 • €62.20

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DONALD TOWEY Thiess Services Pty Ltd, Australia

✤✤ Provides a thorough and practical guide to the role of the Consulting Quantity Surveyor in the workplace and in the field ✤✤ Focusses on the Consulting Quantity Surveyor employed by the construction client ✤✤ Covers the key elements that drive project success from the client's point of view ✤✤ Includes discussion of the New Rules of Measurement (NRM) READERSHIP: Practicing Quantity Surveyors, particularly those newly qualified and higher level undergraduate students of Quantity Surveying and other construction disciplines

SEP 2013 • 336PP • 978-1-118-47377-1 • PR • £42.50 • €52.40

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BREFERE, LISA M.

CHAUDHARY, NANDITA

55

Biomedical Advances and the Future of Human Health

Atlas of Male Genitourethral Surgery 43

Bread 22

96

Biofouling Methods

ARUNACHALAM, VISWANATHAN 60

97

56 102

8

CHATTAMVELLI, R.

Cluster Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry 61

50

Art of Data Analysis, The

4, 7

BOTTARI, GIOVANNI

26

CHASE, MICHAEL

Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of Plants

Biological Sampling in the Deep Sea

ARP, ROBERT

BOTHA, FRIKKIE

CHARTIER, ROGER

CAPLAN, ARTHUR L.

7

Biosecurity 82

CARGILL, MARGARET

57

Biotechnology and Biopharmaceuticals 59

CASABO, VICENTE G.

105

CASSELS, ALAN

BIRD, ESTHER

39

BIRKETT, JOHN

55

Catalytic Process Development for Renewable Materials 83

Bit-Interleaved Coded Modulation: Fundamentals, Analysis and Design

69

BLACK, JOHN

38

39

Cathodic Protection

67

Celebrity Politics

18

CERQUEIRA, AUGUSTO SANTIAGO 81

Index

index

Combustion – From Basics to Applications 65 Companion to Aristotle, A Companion to Diaspora and Transnationalism, A Companion to Donald Davidson, A Companion to Gerald R. Ford and Jimmy Carter, A

7 12 7 25

111


INDex Index

Companion to Latin American Philosophy, A Companion to Reality Television, A Companion to Sport and Spectacle in Greek and Roman Antiquity, A

7 12

DEVAHASTIN, SAKAMON

28

Development of Mirror SelfRecognition in Different Sociocultural Contexts, The

53

31

Comprehensive Enantioselective Organocatalysis 104

Diagnosis and Management of Ocular Motility Disorders 46

Computer Games and the Social Imaginary

13

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy Basics

40

Con Fantasia

10

DIBERARDINIS, LOUIS J.

64

Cone Beam Computed Tomography in Orthodontics 45

Dictionary of Varieties of English, A

CONSALVEY, MIREILLE

50

CONTE, JEFFREY M.

32

Difference and Differential Equations with Applications in Queueing Theory

94

DINGWALL, ROBERT

16

Diseases of Coral

47

Contemporary Debates in Bioethics 7 Control of Cutting and Machining Instability

102

COOMBS, W. TIMOTHY

13

COPSEY, NATHANIEL

17

CORNELY, KATHLEEN

59

Cosmeceuticals and Cosmetic Practice

42

COSSIO, FERNANDO P.

103

Cost Management of Construction Projects

110

COX, DAVID A. CRANE, SAM

92 4

Creating Your Culinary Career 22 Crisis of the European Union, The

5

CROWE, CLAYTON T.

108

CUEVAS, CARLOS A.

30

CUMMING, ALISTER

9

CUMMINS, ENDA

53

CUNNINGHAM, CHRISTOPHER J. L.

99

CUSTAR, ERIC M.

82

Cyanobacteria 59 DAHLEM, GREGORY A. DALKO, PETER I.

55 104

DANBY, F. WILLIAM

42

DANESI, MARCEL

10

DAOUD, DR WALID

89

DASWANI, GIRISH

12

DATTA, NIVEDITA

53

DAVIDSON, SCOTT

58

DAVIES, BENEDICT G.

27

DAVINO, CRISTINA

94

DAVIS, AERON

13

DAVIS, HELEN

46

DAVIS, OLIVER

4

DIDUCH, CHRIS

9 79

Diversity-Oriented Synthesis 103

15

85

30

Emerging Technologies for 3D Video

Field Guide to the Arrhythmias 41

81

FINCH, EDWARD

68

Fire and the Earth

48

First Migrants

23

FIRST, MELVIN W.

64

Encyclopedia of Cross-Cultural Psychology, The 29

FIVUSH, ROBYN

30

Encyclopedia of Greek Tragedy, The

26

FLORESCU, IONUT

Encyclopedia of Marine Natural Products

51

Emerging Technologies in Meat Processing

53

Encyclopedia of Brewing

52

Encyclopedia of the Roman Army, The

26

Encyclopedic Dictionary of Signal and Image Processing 75

62 79

DOVIDIO, JOHN F.

31

Engineering and Chemical Thermodynamics 109

DOWNS, CRAIG

47

Engineering Design Graphics 109

Drug-Drug Interactions for Therapeutic Biologics DRUMMOND, KAREN E.

105 23

Drying of Fruits and Vegetables 53 DUFAUX, FRÉDÉRIC

81

DUNETZ, JOSHUA R.

83

DUNN, DANA S.

33

DUNN, GEORGE A.

3

DUNN, PETER J.

82

DUQUE, CARLOS AUGUSTO

81

DURANTI, ALESSANDRO

10

DWORSKY, LAWRENCE N.

78

Earth Through Time, The

49

EBERL, JASON T. Echocardiography in the Urgent Care Setting

3 41

Ecohydraulics 48 Economic Geography

50

Economic Policy 75

22

EDGAR, SIMON

38

EDGERTON, MICHAEL

64

Edible Oil Processing

54

Educational Testing and Measurement 34 EDWARDS, DENZIL

38 79 91

Design and Fabrication of Self-Powered Micro-Harvesters 71

Emerging Perspectives on Substance Misuse

DORAISWAMI, RAJAMANI

Elements of Cantor Sets, The

DENNIS, ALEX

42

Fatigue of Materials II

DONIACH, SEBASTIAN

71

9

Fat Removal

85

Electricity Markets

DENHAM, KRISTIN

42

Emerging Dairy Processing Technologies 53

10

3, 4

98

98

FARRIS, PATRICIA K.

DONALDSON, DON

DECKER, KEVIN S.

DEMIDENKO, EUGENE

9 60

56

103

Dementia 40

FANG, HONGBIN

ELLOUMI, MOURAD

DOMINICIS, MARIA CANTELI

DE LA TORRE, MARIA

66

ELLIS, NICK C.

DOBRETSOV, SERGEY

Electric Drives in Sustainable Energy Systems

DELANCEY, GEORGE

112

Designing and Implementing Successful Dementia Care Services 43

Ender’s Game and Philosophy Engineer’s Manual for Construction Site Planning, The

3

109

Engineering Fluid Mechanics 108 Engineering Informatics ENGLANDER, IRV ERIKSSON, LARS E.

101 70 101

ESD 71

3

Forgotten People, Forgotten Diseases 58 Formulation Engineering of Foods 52 FORREST, KIRSTY

38

Foundations of Chemistry in the Laboratory

60

Foundations of Fuzzy Control 72 Foundations of Strong-Field Physics 108 86

85

FRENKEL, ILIA

73

FREUND, DAVID

24

Friction Stir Welding and Processing VII

84

FRIDMAN, VLADIMIR

41

FRIEDMAN, HARRIS

30

FRYER, PETER

52

FULLERTON, GARY

39

Fundamentals of General Linear Acoustics

76

FURNO, MARILENCO

94

Essential Readings in Light Metals, Volume 1 Alumina and Bauxite

85

Essential Readings in Light Metals, Volume 4 Electrode Technology for Aluminum Production 85 Essential Simulation in Clinical Education

38

Essentials of Tortoise Medicine and Surgery

46

European Climate Vulnerabilities and Adaptation 48 Evaluating Synergy

98

Evolutionary Optimization Algorithms 97 Exploration and Analysis of DNA Microarray and Other High Dimensional Data

93

Explorations of Mathematical Models in Biology with MATLAB® 97

68 80

FALCO, MARCELLO DE

67

Elliptic Boundary Value Problems 95

FALCONE, FRANCISCO

69

ELLIS, HAROLD

Falls from Height

38

FORESMAN, GALEN

47

FAIRCHILD, MARK D.

102

55

Forensic Imaging and its Applications 54

FREE, MICHAEL L.

Facilities Management

ELKHODARY, KHALIL

50

Forensic Examination and Interpretation of Tool Marks, The

FRANK, LINDA

55

108

Food Webs and Biodiversity

59

FACEY, OWEN

ELGER, DONALD F.

Food Science and Technology 52

Essential Readings in Light Metals

97

92

12 92, 99

Essential Biochemistry

Extremes in Random Fields

Elements of Random Walk and Diffusion Processes

FLEW, TERRY

Fall of the Roman Empire, The 27 65

Fusion Plasma Diagnostics with mm-Waves

107

Future Trends in Microelectronics 78 GABARRO, STEVEN A.

70

GADER, PAUL D.

74

Game Theory

21

GARCÍA-MARTÍNEZ, JAVIER

89

GARCIASUNY, MARIO

41

GARRETT, TOBA M.

23

GATES, ROGER

21

GATWOOD, GARI T. GEIST, THOMAS General Organic and Biological Chemistry

64 107 61

Geodiversity 49 Geography and Ethnography

27

GIBALDI, MILO

59

GIDDENS, ANTHONY

16


GILL, GEOFF

37

Has Marriage for Love Failed?

GILLETT, P. R.

20

HASSOUN, JUSEF

107

GIOVANNONI, JAMES

54

HATHERLY, DAVID

20

GISSLEN, WAYNE

23

HAUGHTON, TIM

17

Global Climate Change and Human Life

47

Global Creative Industries

12

Global Energy Dilemmas

19

Global Trade Policy

21

GLOGER, BORIS

74

GOBER, PATRICIA

49

GODA, KOICHI

90

GOUDIE, ANDREW

47

GOULD, LAWRENCE

93

GRAF, KARLHEINZ

106

GRAY, MURRAY

49

GREIVING, STEFAN

48

Grid Integration of Electric Vehicles in Open Electricity Markets

77

Grid Integration of Wind Energy 76

5

Headache 40 HEADRICK, PAUL

11

HEIER, SIEGFRIED

76

HEIN, MORRIS

60

HELD, DAVID

18

HENNESSY, SEAN

44

HERK, A. M. VAN

90

HERSHBERGER, ANDREW E.

11

HESMONDHALGH, DAVID

11

Heterogeneous Wireless Systems in Indoor Environments 69 HETHERINGTON, STEPHEN

6

HICKEY, RAYMOND

9

HII, K.K. (MIMI)

82

HIRANO, MOTOHISA

88

History of China, A

25

GRIFFING, LAWRENCE

51

GRIFFITHS, VAUGHAN

99

History of the Archaic Greek World, ca. 1200-479 BCE, A

GROSBERG, BRIAN M.

40

HO, RODNEY J.Y.

GROSVENOR, MARY B.

60

HO, TSE-LOK

GRUISSEM, WILLIAM

55

HOCKING, RONALD R.

95

GUIBERNAU, MONTSERRAT

15

HOEK, ERIC M.

66

HOFFMAN, LILY M.

16

HOFMANN, WOLFGANG

73

HOLLADAY, SHERRY J.

13

HOLLANDER, MYLES

96

Guide to Writing as an Engineer, A

108

Guidebook to Sociolinguistics, The 9 Guidelines for Laboratory Design 64 GUO, FUCHENG

72

GUSAK, ANDRIY M.

87

GUYER, ROBERT A.

89

HABERMAS, JÜRGEN

5

HACKER, P. M. S.

8

HAGHIGHI, A. M.

94

HALL, JONATHAN M.

28

HAMELMAN, JEFFREY

22

HAMILTON, DR. DAVID

75

HAMILTON, RICHARD J.

54

HAMM, WOLF

54

HAMPSHIRE, JAMES

18

HOLLERBACH, RAINER HOLST, MICHAEL J. HOLT, JASON

28 59 104

107 95 3

HORIKOSHI, SATOSHI

87

HOSMER, DAVID W.

94

HOTEZ, PETER J.

58

HOUSE, ALLAN

39

How Things Work How to Manage Dementia in General Practice

KEITH, KENNETH D.

29

KELLER, HEIDI

31

KELLY, PHILIP

50

KELTNER, DACHER

32

KEMP, PAUL

48

Indoor Wireless Communications 68

KEMSHALL, HAZEL

17

KENNEDY, MELISSA

46

Information Theory for Bioinformatics 60

KENNES, CHRISTIAN

82

Ingredients from Milk

KERMANI, ABDY

67

KERN, KEVIN F.

24

Improvement for Biotic and Abiotic Stress Improvement for Quality and Yield Improvement

56

Improving Mental Health Care 40

Intellectual Powers, The

53 8

Interpreting the non-coding Genome in Health and Disease 58 Introducing Physical Geography 49

84

KIMMEL, STEPHEN E.

44

Introduction to Atomistics of Friction

Kinetics in Nanoscale Materials 87

88

Introduction to Combinatorics 95

KIRKPATRICK, GRAEME

13

Introduction to Numerical Electrostatics 78

KITCHATINOV, LEONID

107

Introduction to Physical Polymer Science

KLUGMAN, STUART A.

92

KNOWLES, J. B.

90

Introduction to Probability Theory and Stochastic Processes 91 Introduction to River Modelling, An

48

Introduction to Work Psychology, An

29

IRELAND, KATHLEEN A.

59

IRWIN, WILLIAM

3, 4

Is China Buying the World?

17

It’s Not Just PR

13

J.ERICKSON, MARTIN

95

JACOBSEN, FINN

76

JANTZEN, JAN

72

JAPPELLI, TULLIO

22

JARMAN, KRISTIN H.

97

JASPER, MELANIE

45

31 38

JENKINS, JENNIFER M.

106

KRISCHE, MICHAEL J.

82

KUBISZYN, TOM

34

KUBY, MICHAEL

49

KUDSIA, CHANDRA M.

76

KUKKONEN, KARIN

10

KUMAR, SUDHESH

41

KUSHNER, ROBERT

41

KUUSELA, OSKARI

8

KYLE, DONALD G.

28

LACHMANN, RICHARD

16

LACKNER, MAXIMILIAN

65

LADER, ELLIS

41

LAING, JACQUELINE

6 32

LANE, PHILIP

22

JENSEN, LARS BOGØ

81

Lasers and Optoelectronics

78

JIANG, LIJUN

71

LAWRENCE, VICTOR

41

JOHNS, CHRISTOPHER

45

LAWRIE, CHARLES H.

JOHNSON, JOHN A.

85

LEAKE, JAMES

Lecture Notes Clinical Biochemistry 37

31

Handbook of Development Communication and Social Change, The

Human Impact on the Natural Environment, The

55

47

JONGE, JAN DE

29

HUNTER, DENISE

54

JOSEPH, KURUVILLA

90

HWANG, Y. M.

71

JR., CARL MCDANIEL

21

Hydrometallurgy 86

JUHL, PETER MOLLER

76

Hysteresis in Porous Materials 89

JUST, WOLFGANG

73

IACOBUCCI, MARIA STELLA

70

KABASCI, DR STEPHAN

91

92

KAHANE, GUY

8 8

Handbook of Language Socialization, The

10

IBE, OLIVER C.

Handbook of Market Risk

93

KANTERIAN, EDWARD

Handbook of Probability

92

Identification of Physical Systems 79

80

75

45

HANSER, KARL

IH, JEONG-GUON

KAPILA, SUNIL

48

15

21

HARBY, ATLE

ILLOUZ, EVA

KAPLAN, JACK M.

51

106

47

Imaging Life

KAPPL, MICHAEL

HARGIS, ANN

IMAM, M. ASHRAF

85

IMHOF, PIETER

83

49

KRATZ, JENS -VOLKER

LANDY, FRANK J.

JONES, RUSSELL

107

106

32

JONES, JAMES M.

HARTFUß, HANS-JÜRGEN

51

KORZENIEWSKI, CAROL

17

49

HARNER, JOHN

KORNPROBST, JEAN-MICHEL

79 109

43

67

13

KORETSKY, MILO D.

LAMB, ROBERT A.

Human Geography in Action

Handbook of International Advertising Research, The

47 103 89

HUCHLER, LORAINE

Handbook of Financial Risk Management 95

KHOLDEEVA, OXANA A. KIM, SE-KWON

Handbook of Biomedical Telemetry 64

14

KHALIL, ASLAM KIM, ALICIA H.

JCMS Annual Review of the European Union in 2012, The

How to Perform Clinical Procedures for Medical Students and Foundation Doctors 38

56

KARTNER, JOSCHA

31

KAUFMAN, SCOTT

25

KAY, RICHARD

44

Lecture Notes Diseases of the Ear, Nose and Throat

Index

index

57 109

37

Lecture Notes Tropical Medicine 37 LEDOLTER, JOHANNES

96

LEE, FREDERIC S.

14

LEMESHOW, STANLEY

94

LENG, GARETH

57

LENG, YANG

87

LEPORE, ERNIE LEVIN, HAROLD L. LI, ZUYI LIESER, KARL HEINRICH Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Dao

7 49 77 106 4

113


INDex Index

LILL, IRENE

109

108

Opportunistic Spectrum Access Networks

69

Optical Parametric Chirp Pulse Amplification

108

69

Organic Nanomaterials

102

MRI of Tissues with Short T2s or T2*s

ORTEGA, LOURDES

9

39

OUELLETTE, LAURIE

12

Multicultural Education

33

OURS, JAN VAN

22

Multiscale Analysis and Nonlinear Dynamics – From Molecules to the Brain 107

OWENS, DAVID

39

PALMIERI, CARLO

39

PALOTÁS, ÁRPÁD

65

PAN, C. T.

71

MORAN, BRIAN

102

74

MCSWEENEY, FRANCES K.

29

LIN, LIWEI

71

MCVEY, D. SCOTT

46

LIPFERT, JAN

62

MEAKIN, PAUL

74

MORTON, ANTHONY

93

LIPTON, RICHARD

40

Liquid Phase Oxidation via Heterogeneous Catalysis

Medical Instrument Design and Development

MPEG-2 Systems

63

103

Medicine’s Best Kept Secret

39

Lithium Batteries

107

MEER, JAN VAN DER

LITSCHER, EVELINE

63

MEIBOHM, BERND

69 105

LIU, MENG-KUN

102

MEIER, WILLI

LIU, WING KAM

102

Membrane Science & Technology 66

Livestock Waste Recycling LOBECK, ANNE

81 9

65

MENGERSEN, KERRIE

93

MENIL, GEORGES DE

22

Locational Marginal Pricing (LMP) in Electricity Markets

77

MERTENS, KONRAD

80

LOGAN, J. DAVID

96

MERTIG, MICHAEL

86

109

Meta-Algorithmics 81

LOPEZ-MARTIN, ANTONIO

69

Metaphysics and Epistemology 6

LORD, KENNETH R.

14

Methods and Applications of Linear Models

95

Micro and Nanostructured Epoxy/Rubber Blends

88

Micro Cutting

84

LONGORIA, RAUL G.

LUDWIG, KIRK

7

LURYI, SERGE

78

LYNG, JAMES

53

M.BYDDER, GRAEME

39

MACINNIS, ALEXANDER

69

MACKENZIE, ALASDAIR

58

MADANI, HABIB

70

MADDOCK, IAN MAGANO, JAVIER

Microreactors in Organic Chemistry and Catalysis

More Dead Ends and Detours 103

MUNEER, EDITOR ASIF

43

MURPHY, ERIC S.

29

MÜÜRSEPP, OLEV

109

NAG, EVA-MARIA

18

Nanocatalysis 64 Nanomachines 87 Nanotechnology for the Energy Challenge

89

NASEH, ZEESHAN

70

Nation-States and Nationalisms 16 Natural Law Reader, The

6

Navigating English Grammar

9

NELSON, JONATHAN

48

Microreactors in Preparative Chemistry 84

NERI, ALESSANDRO

63

NEVID, JEFFREY S.

32

48

MicroRNAs in Medicine

Ni-Co 2013

62

83

NICOLIS, ORIETTA

98

Magnetic Actuators and Sensors 86

Microstructural Design of Advanced Engineering Materials 88

NIKITA, K. S.

64

Magnetic Processes in Astrophysics 107

NIXON, VALERIE

45

76

NOLAN, PETER

17

MAHADEVAN, VISHY MAHATO, RAM

38 106

MAHONEY, CHRISTINE M.

61

MAINI, ANIL

78

Major Defects in Polymers

90

MALEŠEVICˇ, SINIŠA

16

MALHOTRA, S. K.

90

MALTBY, ROBERT

27

Management Principles of Sustainable Industrial Chemistry 83 MANDIK, PETE

6

MANSOUR, RAAFAT

76

MANUELE, FRED A.

65

MARGETTS, LEE

99

Marine Microbiology

84

Marketing Research Essentials 21 MARSHALL, DOUGLAS M.

101

MARTIN, DR PHILIP

62

MARTIN, PHILIPPE

22

MARTINI, FRANCESCO DE

98

Master Class

23

MASTERS, GILBERT M.

80

Material Politics

24

Materials Characterization

87

MAUGHAN, RONALD J.

44

MCCURLEY, LOUI

65

MCDOWELL, LINDA

24

MCGHEE, MICHAEL

8

MCKIMM, JUDY

114

MCMURREY, DAVID A.

LIMA, CLAUDIO

38

Microwave Filters for Communication Systems

104

57

Microwaves in Nanoparticle Synthesis 87 MISHRA, RAJIV S.

84

MISTRAL, WILLM

30

MITTAL, VIKAS

86

MITTERMAYR, RALF Mixed Models

Non-Destructive Evaluation of Corrosion 88 Nonlinear Finite Elements for Continua and Structures 102

Pandemics and Emerging Infectious Diseases PANIGRAHI, PRADIPTA

16 100

PANJER, HARRY H.

92

PARDUN, CAROL J.

14

PARKE, ROSS D.

32

Patterns of Entrepreneurship Management 21 PAWELCZAK, PRZEMYSLAW

69

PEARSON, RAYMOND A.

90

PEETERS, MARIA C.

29

Peptide Materials PESENSON, MISHA MEYER PFARL, WOLFGANG

89 107 74

Pharmacokinetics 105 PHILBURN, ROB Philosophy as a Way of Life Photographic Theory

15 8 11

Photovoltaics 80 Physics and Applications of SOI Lubistors

78

Physics and Chemistry of Interfaces 106 Physiology of Sugarcane

56

PIEMONTE, VINCENZO

67

74

Nonparametric Statistical Methods 96

Plant Breeding

55

98

NORTON, IAN

52

Plant Chemical Biology

62

Mobile Satellite Communications 72

NORTON, JENNIFER E.

52

PLAYFORD, GEOFFREY

93

Modeling and Control of Engines and Drivelines

NORWITZ, ERROL R.

37

Notes on Feline Internal Medicine 46

Politics and Sociology in the Thought of Max Weber

16

Politics of Immigration, The

18

POLLIN, SOFIE

69

POLSHETTIWAR, VIVEK

64

Polymer Composites

90

POMPE, WOLFGANG

86

POOLE, MERVIN

54

101

Modeling of Physical Systems: Simulation and Control 109 Modelling and Managing Airport Performance

102

Modelling, Simulation and Control of Two-Wheeled Vehicles 99 Modern American Metropolis, The

Novel Bioprocessing Technology for Production of Biopharmaceuticals and Bioproducts 63 Nuclear and Radiochemistry 106 Nuclear Power and Safety

79

NUTBEAM, TIM

44

POPESCU, BÉATRICE PESQUET 81

24

Nutrition 60

PORTEOUS, JACK

67

Modern Methods to Covariance Estimation 94

Nutrition for Foodservice and Culinary Professionals

PORTER, BRENDA

20

23

PORTER, JAMES

47

Modern Nucleophilic Aromatic Substitution 105

O’CONNOR, PATRICK

57

PORTES, RICHARD

22

OATLEY, KEITH

32

POTEGAL, MICHAEL M. P.

57

MOHAN, NED

OBREGON, RAFAEL

14

POTTER, PITMAN

19

POURAHMADI, MOHSEN

94

MOIR, IAN

79 100

Molecular Biology and Biochemistry of Fruit Ripening, The

54

MOLODOV, DMITRI A.

88

MONTO, ARNOLD S.

43

MOONEY, GAIL

45

MOORE, PAUL H.

56

Obstetrics and Gynecology at a Glance OCHS, ELINOR ODONI, AMEDEO

37 10 102

Ohio 24 OMURA, YASUHISA

78

On the Practice of Safety

65

OPELT, ANDREAS

74

Power Systems Signal Processing 81 Practical Ethics for the Food Professional 51 Practical Manual of Clinical Obesity 41 Practical Researcher, The

33


Practitioner’s Guide to Effective Maritime and Port Security, A

64

PRATT, CHARLOTTE W.

59

Premature Ejaculation

43

Primes of the Form x2+ny2 Principles of Chemical Engineering Practice

RENIERS, GENSERIK L. L.

83

SEVERINO, JEAN-MICHEL

RENNISON, CALLIE MARIE

30

Repase y escriba

10

Sexuality in Greek and Roman Culture 28

17

RESCHETILOWSKI, WLADIMIR

84

SEYMOUR, GRAHAM B.

54

92

Research Methods for Social Psychology 33

SHAH, KHALID

58

SHAHIN, MAZEN

97

66

Research Methods for the Health Sciences

99

SHARMA, PAWAN

59

RETTBERG, JILL WALKER

12

SHIMIZU, YASUYUKI

48

REYNOLDS, JOHN J.

10

SHIU, M.

73

RHEE, MAN YOUNG

72

SHUR, JOSHUA

38

RIBEIRO, MOISES VIDAL

81

RIBEIRO, PAULO F.

81

Professional Development, Reflection and Decision-Making 45

RICHHARIA, MADHAVENDRA

72

Professional Practice in Paramedic, Emergency and Urgent Care

Principles of External Auditing 20 Probability and Stochastic Processes 99 Product Design and Engineering 65 Professional Bakeshop, The

23

45

RICOEUR, PAUL

5

RILEY, DAVID W.

90

RITSON, CHRISTOPHER

51

RIVERS, DAVID B.

55

Programming the Finite Element Method 99

ROBERSON, JOHN A.

108

ROBINS, MATTHEW

40

Promotional Cultures

13

RÖDEL, GERHARD R

86

Property Valuation

20

ROGER, CHARLES

18

ROISMAN, HANNA M.

26

Roman Letters

28

ROSS, DOUGLAS

98

ROSSABI, MORRIS

25

ROSSBERG, AXEL

50

ROSSER, MEGAN

45

ROWDEN, ASHLEY

50

RUDERSDORFER, RALF

68

Protocols for Practical Glycomics and Glycoconjugate Analysis

63

Psychology and the Challenges of Life 32 Psychology of Diversity, The

31

PYNE, STEPHEN J.

48

Quality Strategy for Systems Engineering and Management 73 Quantile Regression: Theory and Applications

94

QUAYSON, ATO

12

QUINN, JOSEPH

40

R.YOUNG, IAN

39

RAAFLAUB, KURT A.

27

RAAHAUGE, BENNY

85

RABEY, GILLEON

55

Radio Receiver Technology

68

RAE, PETER

37

RAFTERY, AIDAN

46

RAI, ASHAWANI K.

59

RAJASEKHAR, VINAGOLU K.

58

Ramesside Inscriptions

27

Rancière Now RAPHAEL, BENNY

4 101

RATHAKRISHNAN, ETHIRAJAN 101 RATHUS, SPENCER A.

32

Rationality Through Reasoning 8 RAY, OLIVIER

17

RAYMOND, KENNETH W.

61

Reactive Power Compensation 73 Reconfigurable Radio Systems: Network Architectures and Standards 70 Recurrent Pregnancy Loss REISS, HOWARD Renewable and Efficient Electric Power Systems

41 108 80

Renewable Energy – Sustainable Energy Concepts for the Energy Change 73

RÜDIGER, GÜNTHER RUEHLI, ALBERT RUIZ-GARCIA, ANA

107 71 105

SANDHAM, DR. WILLIAM

75

SAUSER, B.

79

SAVERESI, SERGIO

99

SCHALKWIJK, WALTER A. VAN 107 SCHIEFFELIN, BAMBI B.

10

SCHLABBACH, JÜRGEN

73

SCHMIDT-THOME, PHILIPP

48

SCHMIDT, THOMAS

81

SCHORGE, JOHN O.

37

SCHREIBER, STUART L. SCHÜKLENK, UDO SCHUSTER, HEINZ GEORG

103 4 107

SCHUTTE, SUSANA NUCCETELLIOFELIA 7 Science and Technology of Energy, The

74

Science in the 20th Century and Beyond

25

Science of Forensic Entomology, The

55

SCOTT, ANDREW

48

SCROSATI, BRUNO

107

Self-Cleaning Materials and Surfaces

89

SERPONE, NICK

87

SET: Fieser and Fieser’s Reagents for Organic Synthesis Volumes 1-27, and Collective Index for Volumes 1-22 104 SETH, ANAND K.

64

SIERRA, MIGUEL A.

103

SILVEIRA, PAULO MÁRCIO DA

81

SIMCOCK, RICHARD

39

SIMON, DAN

97

SIMON, JON

20

SIMSKE, STEVEN J.

81

SINGH, R.

88

SINN, HANS-WERNER

22

SINTUREL, CHRISTOPHE

88

SKINNER, MARGOT

54

SKINNER, MARILYN B.

28

Small-Angle X-Ray Scattering

62

Smart Grid

74

Smart Grid: CommunicationEnabled Intelligence for the Electric Power Grid

80

SMITH, GREG SMITH, IAN F. C.

15 101

SMITH, IAN I.

99

SMITH, PAMELA J.

21

SMOLIN, LORI A.

60

Sneak Circuits of Power Electronic Converters 75

Statistics for Scientists and Engineers 96 Stem Cell Therapeutics for Cancer 58 STEPHENSON, MATTHEW

38

Stereoselective Organocatalysis 104 STEVENSON, MARYHELEN

79

STOW, KAREN

54

STRAHLER, ALAN H.

49

STROM, BRIAN L.

44

Structural Timber Design to Eurocode 5

67

Structure Elucidation in Organic Chemistry 103 Studying Comics and Graphic Novels 10 STURDIVANT, RODNEY X.

94

STURGESS, KIT

46

Success Probability Estimation with Applications to Clinical Trials 98 SUH, C. STEVE

102

Supernatural and Philosophy

3

Sustainable Carbon Materials from Hydrothermal Processes 82 Sustainable Catalysis

82

Sustainable Development in Chemical Engineering

67

SUTT, JÜRI

109

Synthesis, Properties, and Applications of Silicon-Based Polymers 91 Systemigrams, A Pocket Guide 79 SZCZECINSKI, LESZEK

69

Social Movements in Global Politics 19

SZYLAR, CHRISTIAN

93

TALBERT, RICHARD J. A.

27

Social Provisioning, Embeddedness, and Modeling the Economy 14

TAN, MING

Social Development

32

Sociologies of Interaction

15

SOMMER, SVEN

81

Sons of Anarchy and Philosophy 3 SÖRENSEN, KENNETH

83

SOSA, ERNEST

8

Space Electronic Reconnaissance 72 SPERLING, LESLIE H.

90

Sports Nutrition

44

SREEKALA, M. S.

90

SRINIVASAN, R.

85

SRIVATSAN, T. S.

85

STAKGOLD, IVAR

95

STAL, LUCAS J.

59

STANILAND, KAREN

16

STANLEY, BARBARA B.

40

Statistical Methods for Evaluating Safety in Medical Product Development 93

98

TANAKA, KEN

105

TANELLI, MARA

99

TARIS, TOON T.

29

TAYLOR, C. JAMES

100

Techniques of Healthy Cooking 22 Technology of Functional Beverages 52 TERRIER, FRANCOIS

105

Textbook of Influenza

43

Textbook of Pharmacoepidemiology 44 THE CULINARY INSTITUTE OF AMERICA 22 THE MINERALS, METALS & MATERIALS SOCIETY (TMS)

85

Theoretical Aerodynamics

101

Theories of Globalization

18

Thermoset Nanocomposites

86

This is Philosophy of Mind

6

THOMAS, RAJU

88

Statistical Methods for Food Science 51

THOMAS, SABU

88, 90

Statistical Methods for Hospital Monitoring with R 93

THOMASON, JEREMY

56

THORNICROFT, GRAHAM

40

TISSUE, BRIAN M.

61

TITIRICI, MARIA-MAGDALENA

82

Statistical Thinking for NonStatisticians in Drug Regulation 44

Index

index

115


INDex Index

TOMASULA, PEGGY

53

TOMSETT, ALAN

85

TORENBEEK, EGBERT

100

TORRES, RAMON RIOS

104

TORRES, SHEILA M. F.

47

TORRES, TOMAS

102

TOWEY, DONALD

110

TRABOCCHI, ANDREA

103

Transforming Data Centers to Public and Private Cloud

70

Transition Metal-Catalyzed Couplings in Process Chemistry 83 Transition-Metal-Mediated Aromatic Ring Construction 105 Transport Phenomena in Microfluidic Systems Travels in China True Digital Control

100 11 100

TU, KING NING

87

TUBEROSA, ROBERTO

56

TUCKER, GREGORY A.

54

TUDOR, CIPRIAN A.

92

TUFTE, THOMAS

14

Tunable Infrared Laser Absorption Spectroscopy

62

TUNG, WING SZE

89

TURNER, LESLIE

20

Two Views of Social Justice

14

UAS Integration into Civil Airspace 101 Ullmann’s Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry DVD Edition 2013 Ultimate Daily Show and Philosophy, The

83 3

Ultimate South Park and Philosophy 4

116

Understanding Clinical Papers 39

WASSARMAN, PAUL

63

WILSON, GREGORY S.

24

Understanding Emotions

Wavelets and Scaling

98

WINKLER, MARTIN M.

27

Web Application Design and Implementation 70

WINTER, FRANZ

65

32

Understanding Hyperspectral Image and Signal Processing 74

WEBSTER, ROBERT G.

43

Wireless Mobile Internet Security 72

WEICKGENANNT, ANDREA

20

WIRTH, THOMAS

WEISS, HANS-JÜRGEN

86

Understanding Physical Chemistry 61

WENGENMAYR, ROLAND

73

Wittgenstein and His Interpreters 8

WEST, DAVID

19

United States and Iraq Since 1990, The

25

What is Historical Sociology?

16

UVERSKY, VLADIMIR

63

WHEELER, MARK

18

WHITBY, MICHAEL

93

Why America Needs a Left

19

Why Love Hurts

15

Why Music Matters

11

WILCOX, RUSSELL

6

Understanding LTE with MATLAB 68

VALDIVIELSO, CARLOS FERNÁNDEZ 69 VALLIN, R.

91

VARSHNEY, RAJEEV

56

VEIGA, MARIA C.

82

VENANZI, MARIANO

89

Veterinary Microbiology

46

Vibrational Spectroscopy of Electrified Interfaces

106

VIDAKOVIC, BRANI

98

VIETZE, DEBORAH L.

31

VISTOCCO, DOMENICO

94

Visualizing Human Biology

59

VOLDMAN, STEVEN H.

71

VRANCKEN, KARL

83

WAAL, HUGO DE

43

WAAL, JAN-KEES VAN DER

83

WAGNER, GERHARD

65

WAJNBERG, ÉRIC

50

WALDINGER, MARCEL

43

WALKER, SIMON W.

37

WANG, JOSEPH

87

WANG, ZHONG LIN

89

WARREN, ANTHONY C.

21

104

WOLFE, DOUGLAS A.

96

WONG, HOI YING

95

WOOD, PAUL J.

48

WOODLEY, CHERYL

47

WOODS, RUTH

31

Work in the 21st Century

32

Working Lives

24

Working with Risk

17

Wiley Guide to Writing Essays About Literature, The

11

Writing Scientific Research Articles 57

Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Children’s Memory, The

WU, QIUWEI

77

30

WYATT, PETER

20

YAKIR, BENJAMIN

97

YEUNG, HENRY W. C.

50

YOVSI, RELINDIS

31

ZARETSKY, ELI

19

ZARRINKOUB, HOUMAN

68

Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Operant and Classical Conditioning, The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Transpersonal Psychology, The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook on the Psychology of Violence, The

29

30

30

WILEY-VCH 83 Wiley’s Real Latin

27

WILKINS, KARIN

14

WILKINSON, BERNADETTE

17

WILLIAMS, BARBARA C.

108

WILLIAMS, DAVID W.

56

WILLIAMS, MICHAEL T.

82

WILLMOT, GORDON E.

92

ZEINER-CARMICHAEL, NOELLE 28 ZELISKO, PAUL M. ZHANG, BO ZHOU, HONGHUI ZHOU, W.

91 75 105 63

ZOGRAFOS, KONSTANTINOS 102 ZOMAYA, ALBERT Y.

60

Zona Pellucida Domain Proteins 63


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