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New Books: Week of 2/24/2014

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After a long lag due to our transition to a new library system, new books are again arriving in the Natural Resources Library. Our new book shelf has been updated to highlight some of our new acquisitions.


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Some of the new books include:
* The Hunted Whale by James McGuane
* Devil & the Deep Blue Sea: An Investigation into the Scapegoating of Canada's Grey Seal by Linda Pannozzo
* Sugarcane Tiger: The Phenomenon of Wildlife in Tarai Farmlands by Rahul Shukla
*The Condor's Shadow: Returned to the Wild But Will They Fly Free a documentary by Jeff McLoughlin


Remember: if you have any suggestions for books or other resources that the Natural Resources Library should have it its collection, please contact the Natural Resources Librarian, Shannon Farrell, at sfarrell@umn.edu.

New Books: Week of 8/13/2013

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We have a new crop of books displayed on our New Books Shelf in the Natural Resources Library.


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Some of the new books include:
* The Silviculture of Trees Used in British Forestry, 2nd Edition by Peter Savill
* A Love Affair With Birds: The Life of Thomas Sadler Roberts by Sue Leaf
* Transformational Tourism: Tourist Perspectives by Yvette Reisinger (editor)
* Keeping Bees & Making Honey, 2nd Edition by Alison Benjamin and Brian McCallum
* The Hidden Life of Wolves by Jim and Jamie Dutcher

Remember: if you have any suggestions for books or other resources that the Natural Resources Library should have in its collection, please contact the Natural Resources Librarian, Shannon Farrell, at sfarrell@umn.edu.

New Books: Week of 6/24

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Some new books have come in to the Natural Resources Library. They are featured on our New Books Shelf.


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Some of the new books featured include:

* Gray Wolves and the Endangered Species Act by Chase Ewing and Roger H. Cooley (editors)
* Forest Sustainability in America by Anne M. Weston and Richard T. Falton (editors)
* Invasive Species: Threats, Ecological Impact and Control Methods by Joaquin J. Blanco and Adrian T. Fernandes (editors)
* Genetic Sex Differentiation in Fish by T. J. Pandian
* Tool Use in Animals: Cognition and Ecology by Crickette M. Sanz, Josep Call, and Christophe Boesch (editors)



Come and check it out! If you have any suggestions for books or other resources that we should purchase, please contact the Natural Resources Librarian, Shannon Farrell, at sfarrell@umn.edu.

New Books Shelf

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The Natural Resources Library (NRL) has a new New Books Shelf. We have been receiving a lot of new titles and will be adding them to the shelf as they come in. Expect the shelf to change on a biweekly basis.


Right now, the New Books Shelf features items such as:


* Grizzly Bears and Razor Clams: Walking America's Pacific Northwest Trail by Chris Townsend
* Forest People Interfaces edited by Bas Arts, Severine Van Bommel, Miriam Ros-Tonen, and Gerard Verschoor
* Boreal Birds of North America: A Hemispheric View of Their Conservation Links and Significance edited by Jeffrey V. Wells
* Fisheries Management and Conservation edited by William Hunter III
* Sea Turtles of the Eastern Pacific: Advances in Research and Conservation edited by Jeffrey A. Seminoff and Bryan P. Wallace
* Pot-Honey: A Legacy of Stingless Bees edited by Patricia Vit, Silvia R.M. Pedro and David Roubik
* Shaping Kruger: The Dynamics of Managing Wildlife in Africa's Premier Game Park by Mitch Reardon


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Remember: if there is anything that you think we should purchase that we don't have, please contact the Natural Resources Librarian, Shannon Farrell (sfarrell@umn.edu), or let the staff at NRL know.

Super species : the creatures that will dominate the planet.

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Super species : the creatures that will dominate the planet.

Hamilton, Garry

UM TC Ent/Fish/Wild Library (QH353 .H34 2010 )

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