July 2010 Archives

From the series of books: Environmental science and engineering. Environmental science.

Forestry Library SD247 .T76 2010

Mapping forestry / Peter Eredics, editor.

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New Books About Tourism

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Tourism and visual culture, volume 1 : theories and concepts / edited by Peter M. Burns, Cathy Palmer and Jo-Anne Lester.
Forestry Library G155.A1 T679 2010

Wellness and tourism : mind, body, spirit, place / edited by Robyn Bushell and Pauline J. Sheldon.
Forestry Library RA793.5 .W45 2009

Practical tourism research / Stephen L.J. Smith.
Forestry Library G155.A1 S5697 2010

2 New Bee Books!

Halter, Reese. The incomparable honeybee & the economics of pollination.
Ent/Fish/Wild Library QL568.A6 H35 2009

Kritsky, Gene. The quest for the perfect hive : a history of innovation in bee culture.
Ent/Fish/Wild Library SF524 .K75 2010

Journal of Paleolimnology special issue Volume 41 Number 4 (May, 2009)

Now available at the EFW Library as a book
Ent/Fish/Wild Library GE155.M57 R43 2009

Or via the University of Minnesota's online access:
Journal of paleolimnology [electronic resource]


Spiders : learning to love them / Kelly, L.

photo: Tom Sweeney, Star Tribune

Read the article "R.I.P., city's oldest 'resident': The 300-plus-year-old oak tree will live on through story and sculpture" by Jeff Strickler, Star Tribune.

A book mentioned in the article, Minneapolis park system by Theodore Wirth, is available as part of the Forestry Library's Rare Books Collection. Stop by the Forestry Library to view it.
Forestry Library Rare Books Quarto SB483.M6 W57x 1946 Non-Circulating

This Special Issue on Bee Health is edited by U of M professor Marla Spivak and Yves Le Conte.

Available Free online or at the EFW Library.

Vol. 41, No. 3 (May-June 2010)

Online version:

Paper version:
EFW Library Periodicals


Pulp bleaching today / Hans Ulrich Suess

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