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Crimea: The History of Interaction between Man and Nature

The ancient period… on the territory of the Northern Black Sea region is a very interesting page in history…Crimea is a historical-geographical area favorable for research, as this book demonstrates. More

Revisiting Fibonacci Numbers through a Computational Experiment

Abramovich & Leonov’s book aims to explore Fibonacci numbers through the tools of the digital age. These range from graphing calculators to computer algebra packages enabling students from secondary mathematics More

Cultural Genomics and the Changing Dynamics of Cultural Identity: The Scholarly Bond of Archaeology, Genealogy, and Genomics

This book is impressive. Clearly written and well-articulated, the author, Dr. Lolita Nikolova, thoroughly covers the breadth and depth of cultural genomics and cultural identity. Dr. Nikolova, an international renowned More

Liberia in the Twenty-First Century: Issues and Perspectives

This book is a significant multidisciplinary effort to bring together the range of issues, which Liberia faced as it entered the 21st century. It marshals empirical data and draws from More

Recollections of Pioneers in Xenotransplantation Research

The American Journal of Transplantation has published a review of David KC Cooper’s book, Recollections of Pioneers in Xenotransplantation Research, published by Nova Science Publishers.

A Crucible of Modern Sport: The Early Development of Football in Sheffield

History is very rarely clear cut, linear or precise and, although modern society has developed a seeming obsession with understanding origins and beginnings, uncovering the specific moment in time that More

Liquid Fuels as Jet Fuels and Propellants: A Review of their Productions and Applications

To sum up, this small book (155 pages) is a “must” for any chemist and engineer working in the area of liquid jet and rocket fuels – as well as More

Object-Oriented Software Engineering with UML: A Hands-On Approach

“This book presents a comprehensive object-oriented software development methodology using UML, in a rich context and with applications to several important contemporary areas.” Professor Lawrence Chung, University of Texas-Dallas “This More

Adversity after the Crash: The Physical, Psychological and Social Burden of Motor Vehicle Crashes

“This book sheds much-needed light on the growing morbidity associated with motor vehicle crashes (MVCs). The editors have assembled an internationally recognized, multidisciplinary team of experts who not only describe More

Renal Replacement Therapy: Controversies and Future Trends

“As a specialist, I always want to know what is the state of the art. But I also want to know where the future lies, and to be aware of More

Understanding Time in Taphonomy: A 30-Year Field Study in Wales

Chris Stringer, Natural History Museum, London Many palaeontologists and archaeologists study the end products of fossilisation, but rarely think about the processes that led to that end product, what was More

Phaseolus vulgaris: Cultivars, Production and Uses

“Phaseolus vulgaris: Cultivars, Uses and Production provides comprehensive information on bean breeding, production, nutrition, health, processing and utilization all in one place. This book brings light to the universal appeal More