Gull Lake Library New Books
Gull Lake New Books, etc.
The Gull Lake Library has received the following new books for April of 2007:
Kennedy. Introducing Geographic Information Systems with ArcGIS.
John Wiley & Sons Inc. 2006
Call Number: G 70.212 .K47 2006
Alderton. The Complete Illustrated Encyclopedia of Birds of the World.
Call Number: QL 672.2 .A43 2006
Paul. Soil microbiology, ecology, and biochemistry.
Academic Press. 2007.
Call Number: QR 111 .P335 2007
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The Gull Lake Library has just received 8 volumes of:
Flora of North America : north of Mexico
Publisher New York : Oxford University Press, 1993-
The Gull Lake branch now has volumes 1,2,3,4,5,19,20,21,23,25 and 26 of this title available in the reference section.
The Gull Lake Library has recieved the following new books for July of 2006:
Melillo, Field, Moldan. Interactions of the Major Biogeochemical Cycles: Global Chagne and Human Impacts. Island Press. 2003 Call numbewr GF 3 .I28 2003 c.2
Ford. Modeling the Environment: An Introduction to System Dynamics Modeling of Environmental Systems. Island Press 1999. Call number GE 45 .D37 F67 1999 c.2
Soltis, Soltis, Endress, Chase. Phylogency and Evolution of Angiosperms. Sinauer Associates. Call number 2005. QK 989 .P49 2005
The Gull Lake Library has recieved the following new books for June of 2006:
Mosier, Syers, Freney. Agriculture and the Nitrogen Cycle. Island Press, 2004.
Call Number- S 651 .A32 2004 c.2
Bridge. Rivers and Floodplains. Blackwell Publishing, 2003.
Call Number- GB 1203.2 .B75 2003
Mooney, Mack, McNeely, Neville, Schei, Waage. Invasive Alien Species. Island Press, 2005.
Call Number- QH 353 .I5825 2005 c.2
Lek, Scardi, Verdonschot, Descy, Park. Modelling Community Structure in Freshwater Ecosystems. Springer, 2005.
The summer semester has officially begun at the Kellogg Biological Station. The library will have extended hours Monday - Thursday until 10:00 and various hours on Saturday and Sunday (call ahead for weekend hours).
KBS will again be hosting its annual Eminent Ecologist Lecture series. For more information please go to the KBS Eminent Ecologist page.
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