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Gordon. Freshwater resources and interstate cooperation : strategies to mitigate an environmental risk. 2008. SUNY Press. Call Number: HD1691 .G67 2008 c.2
Abebe,Andrássy and Traunspurger. Freshwater nematodes : ecology and taxonomy. 2006. CABI Publishers. Call Number: QL391.N4 F74 2006
Reynolds. Ecology of phytoplankton. 2006. Cambridge University Press. Call Number: QK933 .R487 2006 c.2
Hoekstra and Chapagain. Globalization of water : sharing the planet's freshwater resources. 2008. Blackwell Publishers. Call Number: TD345 .H54 2008 c.2
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We have been experiencing problems with SimplyMap being very slow and not loading all of the way. We are investigating the problem, but we have a work around that should help in the meantime.
1. If you are on campus – Login here: http://www.simplymap.com/main.php.
2. If you are off campus or using wireless – Go through the Library like normal (http://er.lib.msu.edu/notice.cfm?dblistno=050076) and login using your netid and password. Then open another tab in the same window and go to http://www.simplymap.com/main.php. Login into SimplyMap like normal.
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This Saturday, April 18, ReferenceUSA will have a planned outage of ALL their online databases. The outage will run 1:00 pm to 9:00 pm.
Dawkins. The Oxford book of modern science writing. 2008. Oxford University Press. Call Number: Q 171 .O87 2008 c.2
Stephens, Brown, and Ydenberg. Foraging : behavior and ecology. 2007. University of Chicago Press. Call Number: QL 756.5 .F665 2007 c.2
Rosenzweig and Hillel. Climate variability and the global harvest : impacts of El Niño and other oscillations on agroecosystems. 2008. Oxford University Press. Call Number: S 600.7 .C54 R673 2008 c.2
Kindstrom. A tax guide to conservation easements. 2008. Island Press. Call Number: KF 658 .C65 L567 2008
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The Business Library is investigating the purchase of Zephyr from Bureau van Dijk, which is a product comparable to SDC Platinum Mergers & Acquistions. See http://www.bvdep.com/en/zephyr.html for more information. We currently have a free trial of Zephyr. Please contact Breezy Silver if you would like to try it out, and she will send you the access method.
We will also have a web demo to show you more of Zephyr and give you an opportunity to ask questions about it. This web demo will be Tuesday, April 28 at 3pm in N520 in the Business Complex. If you would like to attend,...Continue reading "Zephyr Trial and Demo"...
A representative from ProQuest will be visiting the Business Library on Thursday, April 9, 3:00-4:00pm (Business Library, Room 22) to provide training on the ABI/Inform database. This training session is open to everyone. Registration is not required, however, please contact Kara Rawlins at email@example.com or 517.432.4182 if you are interested in attending.
Crystal Ball software is a forecasting and risk analysis program. The spreadsheet-based software suite can be used for predictive modeling, forecasting, simulation and optimization. The simulation generates thousands of possible outcomes that you can analyze to understand the true risk landscape.
Crystal Ball will be available on the Selected Resources machines (Table 1) in the Business Library until the end of the year.
Please let us know what you think! Send comments to http://www2.lib.msu.edu/branches/bus/askbus.jsp.
A representative from EBSCO will be on campus on Friday, March 27 to provide training on Business Source Complete at the following time/location:
10:00am: Business Library, Room 22
The training session is open to everyone and will last approximately one hour.
Registration is not required, however, please contact Kara Rawlins at firstname.lastname@example.org or 517.432.4182 if you are interested in attending.