Managing Cover Crops Profitably (3rd Ed. )

Managing Cover Crops Profitably (3rd Ed. )
  • Author : Andy Clark
  • Publisher : DIANE Publishing
  • Pages : 248
  • Relase : 2008-07
  • ISBN : 9781437903799

Managing Cover Crops Profitably (3rd Ed. ) Book Review:

Cover crops slow erosion, improve soil, smother weeds, enhance nutrient and moisture availability, help control many pests and bring a host of other benefits to your farm. At the same time, they can reduce costs, increase profits and even create new sources of income. You¿ll reap dividends on your cover crop investments for years, since their benefits accumulate over the long term. This book will help you find which ones are right for you. Captures farmer and other research results from the past ten years. The authors verified the info. from the 2nd ed., added new results and updated farmer profiles and research data, and added 2 chap. Includes maps and charts, detailed narratives about individual cover crop species, and chap. about aspects of cover cropping.

Coercive Control

Coercive Control
  • Author : Evan Stark
  • Publisher : Oxford University Press
  • Pages : 465
  • Relase : 2009
  • ISBN : 9780195384048

Coercive Control Book Review:

Drawing on cases, Stark identifies the problems with our current approach to domestic violence, outlines the components of coercive control, and then uses this alternate framework to analyse the cases of battered women charged with criminal offenses directed at their abusers.

Human Security in World Affairs

Human Security in World Affairs
  • Author : Alexander K. Lautensach,Sabina W. Lautensach
  • Publisher :
  • Pages : 504
  • Relase : 2013-01
  • ISBN : 3902890002

Human Security in World Affairs Book Review:

This book is intended as an introductory text from senior undergraduate level up, to be used in courses on international studies and relations, political studies, history, human geography, anthropology and human ecology, futures studies, applied social studies, public health, and other fields. It represents in a coherent fashion the new subject of human security and sets it apart from more traditional models of security. Its approach is deliberately multidisciplinary and transcultural. In addition to a thorough overview of the human security concept, the chapters address problems and opportunities in international law, politics, international relations, human ecology, ethics, law enforcement, development aid, human rights, and public health. The reader is also introduced to specific human security regimes that address human rights violations, peace building and conflict resolution, as well as global environmental governance. The book encourages a vision of the future that acknowledges the certainty of change, extrapolates significant current trends, and questions the values, beliefs and ideals that tend to inform dominant notions of development. Because of its transdisciplinary approach, the book will appeal to a very wide range of interests at the post-secondary/tertiary level. It will be of particular interest to college and university undergraduate students as well as graduate students and researchers, and also to educators from various disciplines in the natural sciences, social sciences, and humanities.

The Butcher's Apprentice

The Butcher's Apprentice
  • Author : Aliza Green
  • Publisher : Quarry Books
  • Pages : 176
  • Relase : 2012-06-01
  • ISBN : 9781610583930

The Butcher's Apprentice Book Review:

The masters in The Butcher’s Apprentice teach you all the old-world, classic meat-cutting skills you need to prepare fresh cuts at home. Through extensive, diverse profiles and cutting lessons, butchers, food advocates, meat-loving chefs, and more share their expertise. Inside, you'll find hundreds of full-color, detailed step-by-step photographs of cutting beef, pork, poultry, game, goat, organs, and more, as well as tips and techniques on using the whole beast for true nose-to-tail eating. Whether you're a casual cook or a devoted gourmand, you'll learn even more ways to buy, prepare, serve, and savor all types of artisan meat cuts with this skillful guide.

The Rozabal Line

The Rozabal Line
  • Author : Shawn Haigins
  • Publisher :
  • Pages : 332
  • Relase : 2007-10
  • ISBN : 1430327545

The Rozabal Line Book Review:

The tomb of Rozabal in Kashmir has contained the body of a great saint called Yuz Asaf since 112 A.D. But who was Yuz Asaf and what secret does the ancient tomb contain? Father Vincent Morgan is unwittingly sucked into the Rozabal tornado when flashes of his own previous lifetimes reveal some uncomfortable truths about the life and death of Jesus Christ. Vincent is soon caught in the crossfire between the Osama-bin-Laden inspired warriors of Islam, led by Ghalib-bin-Isar, and the fundamentalists of the Crux Decussata Permuta. The secret held securely within Rozabal for two millennia threatens to upset the world's balance of power. Zipping around the world caught up in a whirlwind of events, people, religion and time, from Jesus to Muhammad; from the Crusades to 9/11; from the Vatican to the White House; from Skull & Bones to the Illuminati; from Buddhist meditation to past-life regression; from the Virgin birth to nuclear destruction; and from Mary Magdalene to Osama-bin-Laden; The Rozabal Line has it all.

Why Fairy Tales Stick

Why Fairy Tales Stick
  • Author : Jack Zipes
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Pages : 352
  • Relase : 2013-09-13
  • ISBN : 9781135204341

Why Fairy Tales Stick Book Review:

In his latest book, fairy tales expert Jack Zipes explores the question of why some fairy tales "work" and others don't, why the fairy tale is uniquely capable of getting under the skin of culture and staying there. Why, in other words, fairy tales "stick." Long an advocate of the fairy tale as a serious genre with wide social and cultural ramifications, Jack Zipes here makes his strongest case for the idea of the fairy tale not just as a collection of stories for children but a profoundly important genre. Why Fairy Tales Stick contains two chapters on the history and theory of the genre, followed by case studies of famous tales (including Cinderella, Snow White, and Bluebeard), followed by a summary chapter on the problematic nature of traditional storytelling in the twenty-first century.

The Haymarket Tragedy

The Haymarket Tragedy
  • Author : Paul Avrich
  • Publisher : Princeton University Press
  • Pages : 586
  • Relase : 1984
  • ISBN : 0691006008

The Haymarket Tragedy Book Review:

Recounts a violent confrontation between workers and police in 1886, describes the resulting trial in which four anarchists were sentenced to death, and looks at the political impact of the incident

Handbook of Depression in Children and Adolescents

Handbook of Depression in Children and Adolescents
  • Author : John R. Z. Abela,Benjamin L. Hankin
  • Publisher : Guilford Press
  • Pages : 543
  • Relase : 2008-01-01
  • ISBN : 9781593855826

Handbook of Depression in Children and Adolescents Book Review:

This timely, authoritative volume provides an integrative review of current knowledge on child and adolescent depression, covering everything from epidemiology and neurobiology to evidence-based treatment and prevention. From foremost scientist-practitioners, the book is organized within a developmental psychopathology framework that elucidates the factors that put certain children at risk and what can be done to help. Proven intervention models are discussed in step-by-step detail, with coverage of cognitive-behavioral, interpersonal, and pharmacological approaches, among others. Special topics include sex differences in depression, understanding and managing suicidality, and the intergenerational transmission of depression.

Constructing the Criollo Archive

Constructing the Criollo Archive
  • Author : Antony Higgins
  • Publisher : Purdue University Press
  • Pages : 320
  • Relase : 2000
  • ISBN : 1557531986

Constructing the Criollo Archive Book Review:

Focusing on a period neglected by scholars, Higgins reconstructs how during the colonial period criollos - individuals identified as being of Spanish descent born in America - elaborated a body of knowledge, an "archive," in order to establish their intellectual autonomy within the Spanish colonial administrative structures." "This book opens up an important area of research that will be of interest to scholars and students of Spanish American colonial literature and history."--BOOK JACKET.

Environmental Medicine

Environmental Medicine
  • Author : Institute of Medicine,Committee on Curriculum Development in Environmental Medicine
  • Publisher : National Academies Press
  • Pages : 988
  • Relase : 1995-05-28
  • ISBN : 9780309051408

Environmental Medicine Book Review:

People are increasingly concerned about potential environmental health hazards and often ask their physicians questions such as: "Is the tap water safe to drink?" "Is it safe to live near power lines?" Unfortunately, physicians often lack the information and training related to environmental health risks needed to answer such questions. This book discusses six competency based learning objectives for all medical school students, discusses the relevance of environmental health to specific courses and clerkships, and demonstrates how to integrate environmental health into the curriculum through published case studies, some of which are included in one of the book's three appendices. Also included is a guide on where to obtain additional information for treatment, referral, and follow-up for diseases with possible environmental and/or occupational origins.

Pioneering Women in American Mathematics

Pioneering Women in American Mathematics
  • Author : Judy Green,Jeanne LaDuke
  • Publisher : American Mathematical Soc.
  • Pages : 349
  • Relase : 2009-01
  • ISBN : 9780821843765

Pioneering Women in American Mathematics Book Review:

More than 14 percent of the PhD's awarded in the United States during the first four decades of the twentieth century went to women, a proportion not achieved again until the 1980s. This book is the result of a study in which the authors identified all of the American women who earned PhD's in mathematics before 1940, and collected extensive biographical and bibliographical information about each of them. By reconstructing as complete a picture as possible of this group of women, Green and LaDuke reveal insights into the larger scientific and cultural communities in which they lived and worked. The book contains an extended introductory essay, as well as biographical entries for each of the 228 women in the study. The authors examine family backgrounds, education, careers, and other professional activities. They show that there were many more women earning PhD's in mathematics before 1940 than is commonly thought. Extended biographies and bibliographical information are available from the companion website for the book: The material will be of interest to researchers, teachers, and students in mathematics, history of mathematics, history of science, women's studies, and sociology. The data presented about each of the 228 individual members of the group will support additional study and analysis by scholars in a large number of disciplines.

One Step Over the Line

One Step Over the Line
  • Author : Sheila McManus
  • Publisher :
  • Pages : 484
  • Relase : 2008
  • ISBN : UOM:39015076193898

One Step Over the Line Book Review:

This eclectic and carefully organized range of essays—from women’s history and settler societies to colonialism and borderlands studies—is the first collection of comparative and transnational work on women in the Canadian and U.S. Wests. It explores, expands, and advances the aspects of women’s history that cross national borders. Out of the talks presented at the 2002 "Unsettled Pasts: Reconceiving the West through Women’s History," Elizabeth Jameson and Sheila McManus have edited a foundational text for pioneering scholars of this emergent, interdisciplinary field.

Political Anthropology

Political Anthropology
  • Author : Ted C. Lewellen
  • Publisher : ABC-CLIO
  • Pages : 262
  • Relase : 2003
  • ISBN : 9780897898911

Political Anthropology Book Review:

Standard text for teachers and students of political anthropology.

Gregg Shorthand

Gregg Shorthand
  • Author : John Robert Gregg
  • Publisher :
  • Pages : 196
  • Relase : 1905

Gregg Shorthand Book Review:

The Protected Landscape Approach

The Protected Landscape Approach
  • Author : Jessica Brown,Nora J. Mitchell,Michael Beresford
  • Publisher : IUCN
  • Pages : 287
  • Relase : 2005
  • ISBN : 9782831707976

The Protected Landscape Approach Book Review:

The traditional patterns of land use that have created many of the world's cultural landscapes contribute to biodiversity, support ecological processes, provide important environmental services, and have proven sustainable over the centuries. Protected landscapes can serve as living models of sustainable use of land and resources, and offer important lessons for sustainable development. Examples of these landscapes and the diverse strategies needed to maintain this essential relationship between people and the land are provided.

Metropolitan Denver

Metropolitan Denver
  • Author : Andrew R. Goetz,E. Eric Boschmann
  • Publisher : University of Pennsylvania Press
  • Pages : 248
  • Relase : 2018-09-06
  • ISBN : 9780812250459

Metropolitan Denver Book Review:

Nestled between the Rocky Mountains to the west and the High Plains to the east, Denver, Colorado, is nicknamed the Mile High City because its official elevation is exactly one mile above sea level. Over the past ten years, it has also been one of the country's fastest-growing metropolitan areas. In Denver's early days, its geographic proximity to the mineral-rich mountains attracted miners, and gold and silver booms and busts played a large role in its economic success. Today, its central location—between the west and east coasts and between major cities of the Midwest—makes it a key node for the distribution of goods and services as well as an optimal site for federal agencies and telecommunications companies. In Metropolitan Denver, Andrew R. Goetz and E. Eric Boschmann show how the city evolved from its origins as a mining town into a cosmopolitan metropolis. They chart the foundations of Denver's recent economic development—from mining and agriculture to energy, defense, and technology—and examine the challenges engendered by a postwar population explosion that led to increasing income inequality and rapid growth in the number of Latino residents. Highlighting the risks and rewards of regional collaboration in municipal governance, Goetz and Boschmann recount public works projects such as the construction of the Denver International Airport and explore the smart growth movement that shifted development from postwar low-density, automobile-based, suburban and exurban sprawl to higher-density, mixed use, transit-oriented urban centers. Because of its proximity to the mountains and generally sunny weather, Denver has a reputation as a very active, outdoor-oriented city and a desirable place to live and work. Metropolitan Denver reveals the purposeful civic decisions made regarding tourism, downtown urban revitalization, and cultural-led economic development that make the city a destination.

Northeast Cover Crop Handbook

Northeast Cover Crop Handbook
  • Author : Marianne Sarrantonio
  • Publisher : Rodale Inst
  • Pages : 118
  • Relase : 1994-01-01
  • ISBN : 0913107174

Northeast Cover Crop Handbook Book Review:

Wildlife Law, Second Edition

Wildlife Law, Second Edition
  • Author : Eric T. Freyfogle,Dale D. Goble,Todd A. Wildermuth
  • Publisher : Island Press
  • Pages : 346
  • Relase : 2019-10-15
  • ISBN : 9781610919135

Wildlife Law, Second Edition Book Review:

Wildlife is an important and cherished element of our natural heritage in the United States. But state and federal laws governing the ways we interact with wildlife can be complex to interpret and apply. Ten years ago, Wildlife Law: A Primer was the first book to lucidly explain wildlife law for readers with little or no legal training who needed to understand its intricacies. Today, navigating this legal terrain is trickier than ever as habitat for wildlife shrinks, technology gives us new ways to seek out wildlife, and unwanted human-wildlife interactions occur more frequently, sometimes with alarming and tragic outcomes. This revised and expanded second edition retains key sections from the first edition, describing basic legal concepts while offering important updates that address recent legal topics. New chapters cover timely issues such as private wildlife reserves and game ranches, and the increased prominence of nuisance species as well as an expanded discussion of the Endangered Species Act, now more than 40 years old. Chapter sidebars showcase pertinent legal cases illustrating real-world application of the legal concepts covered in the main text. Accessibly written, this is an essential, groundbreaking reference for professors and students in natural resource and wildlife programs, land owners, and wildlife professionals.

Unsettled Pasts

Unsettled Pasts
  • Author : Sarah Carter,Patricia Roome,Lesley Erickson,Char Smith
  • Publisher : University of Calgary Press
  • Pages : 436
  • Relase : 2005
  • ISBN : 9781552381779

Unsettled Pasts Book Review:

This collection stems from a recent conference at University of Calgary that included some of the most established names in the field of women's history in the US and Canada, as well as younger scholars, activists in the Aboriginal community and in farm women's organisations, volunteers in historical societies working to preserve women's voices, family and genealogical researchers, film-makers, a poet, a playwright and many others. Designed to generate writing and research about the West through women's eyes, the central goal of the conference was to spark dialogue across boundaries, whether geographic, cultural or disciplinary. The volume is divided into two parts: the first section discusses the role of women in history as community builders and cultural preservationists, and the second section is concerned with gender history in numerous disciplines such as history, education, nursing and communication studies. This collection highlights the extent to which Western and women's history remains a contested or unsettled terrain and argues that the greatest strength of historical analyses that take sex and gender into account is their ability to complicate and consequently transcend regional myths and frontier legacies that emerged out of imperial and masculine priorities and perspectives.

Case Studies in Medical Toxicology

Case Studies in Medical Toxicology
  • Author : Leslie R. Dye,Christine Murphy,Diane P. Calello,Michael D. Levine,Aaron Skolnik
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Pages : 256
  • Relase : 2017-12-22
  • ISBN : 9783319564494

Case Studies in Medical Toxicology Book Review:

The ACMT National Case Conference (NCC) is a monthly discussion of novel or interesting cases in medical toxicology. Participation is through online webinar, and the conferences are recorded to allow for review at any time. The cases in this book are taken from recordings of NCC with edits and revisions by contributors and editors to demonstrate educational points. The majority of the case information is from the original recording and represents actual patient presentations. However, some of the details have been changed and fictional information added to enhance the educational value. This volume covers a broad range of toxicological topics, and specialty guidance is offered at the end of every case to aid non-toxicologists. The dilemmas are applicable to both academic and clinical medicine. A list of relevant questions is also provided for each case. Subjects include common toxicological problems, rare presentations of common problems, common problems with controversial treatments or difficult diagnoses, and rare problems. Case Studies in Medical Toxicology from the American College of Medical Toxicology is a detailed reference text on specific toxicological issues and also serves as a practical review for those taking board exams. As a result, this volume is an important and necessary resource for medical students, residents, and fellows, as well as primary-care physicians, intensivists, and toxicologistsCase Studies in Medical Toxicology from the American College of Medical Toxicology is a detailed reference text on specific toxicological issues and also serves as a practical review for those taking board exams. As a result, this volume is an important and necessary resource for medical students, residents, and fellows, as well as primary-care physicians, intensivists, and toxicologists. All proceeds from this book will be donated to the Medical Toxicology Foundation.