by Lars-Anders Hansson & Susanne Akesson
Movement, dispersal, and migration on land, in the air, and in water, are pervading features of animal life. They are performed by a huge variety of organisms, from the smallest protozoans to the largest whales, and can extend over widely ...
by Stephen Harris
Humble yet vital, grasses are the ultimate staple crop, influencing our lives throughout humanity's biological, sociological and cultural history. Grasses cover approximately one-quarter of the planet's land surface; four species - wheat, rice, ...
by Alan H. Strahler
by George Saliba
by Frank Biess and Daniel M Gross
by M. S. Child
The second edition of an established graduate text, this book complements the material for a typical advanced graduate course in quantum mechanics by showing how the underlying classical structure is reflected in quantum mechanical interference ...
by Klein Stefan
This revelatory tour de force by an acclaimed and internationally bestselling science writer upends our understanding of 'survival of the fittest' - and invites us all to think and act more altruisticallyThe phrase 'survival of the fittest' ...
by James Gleick
James Gleick, the author of the bestsellers Chaos and Genius, brings us his crowning work: a revelatory chronicle that shows how information has become the modern era's defining quality - the blood, the fuel, the vital principle of our world.
by James Gleick
James Gleick, the author of the bestsellers 'Chaos' and 'Genius', brings us his crowning work: a revelatory chronicle that shows how information has become the modern era's defining quality - the blood, the fuel, the vital principle of our world.
by MIT Press
by Alyson Greiner
This text is an unbound, binder-ready edition. Visualizing Human Geography is a comprehensive, modern book for today's human geography course. With current examples, up-to-date content and a visual design that is accessible without sacrificing ...
by Ingo Arndt
by James Nestor
Covering a diving championship in Greece on a hot and sticky assignment for Outside magazine, James Nestor discovered free diving. He had stumbled on one of the most extreme sports in existence: a quest to extend the frontiers of human ...
by Dennett Daniel C
Thinking is hard. A few of us may be natural geniuses; others are blessed with reserves of willpower. Then there are the rest of us: not prodigies and short on time, but still aspiring to understand the world. What can we do? Acclaimed thinker ...
by University of Chicago Press
by Christopher Chabris & Daniel Simons
Do you think that you are capable of seeing what's in front of you? Of accurately remembering important scenes of your past? Of properly determining cause & effect? The answers to these questions may be very surprising. THE INVISIBLE GORILLA ...
by University of California Press
by Lawrence Krauss
by Dr Karl Kruszelnicki
Welcome to the wonderful world of Doctor Karl: where oddities are embraced, facts reign supreme, curiosity is king and brightly coloured shirts are compulsory! In his brand new book, our much beloved and National Living Treasure Doctor Karl ...