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Harmful Algal Blooms

Harmful Algal Blooms ebook ISBN: 1118994655
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Author: Sandra E. Shumway,JoAnn M. Burkholder,Steven L. Morton
Number of Pages: 696 
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Harmful Algal Blooms: A Compendium Desk Reference provides basic information on harmful algal blooms (HAB) and references for individuals in need of technical information when faced with unexpected or unknown harmful algal events. Chapters in this volume will provide readers with information on causes of HAB, successful management and monitoring programs, control, prevention, and mitigation strategies, economic consequences of HAB, associated risks to human health, impacts of HAB on food webs and ecosystems, and detailed information on the most common HAB species. Harmful Algal Blooms: A Compendium Desk Reference will be an invaluable resource to managers, newcomers to the field, those who do not have easy or affordable access to scientific literature, and individuals who simply do not know where to begin searching for the information needed, especially when faced with novel and unexpected HAB events. Edited by three of the world's leading harmful algal bloom researchers and with contributions from leading experts, Harmful Algal Blooms: A Compendium Desk Reference will be a key source of information for this increasingly important topic.

A Desk in the Elephant House

A Desk in the Elephant House ebook ISBN: 9780896724013
Publisher: Texas Tech University Press
Author: Cathryn Essinger
Number of Pages: 70 
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Winner of the Walt McDonald First-Book Competition in Poetry "A brilliant, beautiful orchestration of sensuous, intellectual, witty, accessible poetry" that is "most of all . . . a symphony of stunning imagery," says Robert A. Fink of the 1998 Walt McDonald winner. "Cathryn Essinger affirms the middle world, our familiar position between the worlds of intellect and sensation. We are small creatures 'digging skyward, pushing through the roots / of stars, chewing at the webbing of the universe' ("Ropes and Ladders"). Ours is a precarious adventure 'as we grope / for a hold on some steep cliff, hearing / only the whimper of ropes and lines / and the swish of the wind.' Here 'everything is bright / and properly placed.' Everything is 'familiar, so much the same ("Ropes and Ladders"). Light divides the darkness. We know our world and it is not waste and void. It is good."?Robert A. Fink

Love Blooms in Winter

Love Blooms in Winter ebook ISBN: 0736942459
Publisher: Harvest House Publishers
Author: Lori Copeland
Number of Pages: 304 
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A romantic new book from bestselling author Lori Copeland that portrays God’s miraculous provision even when none seems possible. 1892—Mae Wilkey’s sweet next-door neighbor, Pauline, is suffering from old age and dementia and desperately needs family to come help her. But Pauline can’t recall having kin remaining. Mae searches through her desk and finds a name—Tom Curtis, who may just be the answer to their prayers. Tom can’t remember an old aunt named Pauline, but if she thinks he’s a long-lost nephew, he very well may be. After two desperate letters from Mae, he decides to pay a visit. An engagement, a runaway train, and a town of quirky, loveable people make for more of an adventure than Tom is expecting. But it is amazing what can bloom in winter when God is in charge of things.

Case Studies of Beginning Teachers

Case Studies of Beginning Teachers ebook ISBN:
Publisher: Pearson College Division
Author: Theodore J. Kowalski,Roy A. Weaver,Kenneth T. Henson
Number of Pages: 278 
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This collection of 35 first-year teaching experiences bridges educational theory and practice to shed light on actual challenges new teachers often confront.

Fine Gardening

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The Old Rose Advisor

The Old Rose Advisor ebook ISBN: 1469702576
Publisher: iUniverse
Author: Brent Dickerson
Number of Pages: 520 
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This is Volume II of the improved, enlarged Second Edition of the breakthrough classic work on reblooming old roses, known internationally in its First Edition for its fresh research and accuracy. It provides the most complete listing anywhere of all of the existing or otherwise important or interesting varieties of those opulent reblooming old roses, with chapters in this volume on Noisettes and Climbers, Polyanthas, and Hybrid Teas, with ten detailed and useful Appendices, including updates on the author's other books. The author has obtained the most complete and varied descriptions ever, often providing the original descriptions by the actual breeder! This Second Edition has been augmented with many more listings and many more descriptions, and has been re-formatted to increase the ease of use by the reader. This improved edition of a modern classic will be a welcome addition to the reference collection of any lover of roses, horticulture, or horticultural history!

Closing of the American Mind

Closing of the American Mind ebook ISBN: 9781439126264
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Author: Allan Bloom
Number of Pages: 400 
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The Closing of the American Mind, a publishing phenomenon in hardcover, is now a paperback literary event. In this acclaimed number one national best-seller, one of our country's most distinguished political philosophers argues that the social/political crisis of 20th-century America is really an intellectual crisis. Allan Bloom's sweeping analysis is essential to understanding America today. It has fired the imagination of a public ripe for change.

Cranbury

Cranbury ebook ISBN: 1439621500
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
Author: Peggy S. Brennan,Frank J. Brennan Jr.
Number of Pages: 128 
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One of New Jersey’s oldest and most historic communities, Cranbury celebrated its 300th anniversary in 1997. Following the fantastic reception of Cranbury, an Images of America publication released in 1995, authors Peggy S. and Frank J. Brennan Jr. have developed the rich heritage of this community further in a marvelous second volume. The Brennans, Cranbury residents, reviewed more than 400 photographs to produce this vivid and thoroughly researched companion to the first book. They invite you to view the homes, churches, and public buildings that reflect a bygone era and discover the people, places, and events that contributed to life in Cranbury from the early nineteenth century through 1975. With its tree-lined Main Street and white, clapboard homes, old Cranbury brings to mind a simpler way of life in a younger, simpler America.

Rock Chick Renegade

Rock Chick Renegade ebook ISBN: 0615774237
Publisher: Kristen Ashley
Author: Kristen Ashley
Number of Pages: 294 
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Jules has got a score to settle against the drug dealers of Denver. Vance has made it his mission that Jules won’t get dead while dishing out vigilante justice. Jules doesn’t have time for romance, she’s too busy saving the world and she enlists Zip (the gunstore owner), Heavy (an ex-PI) and Frank (a mysterious recluse) to help. The Rock Chicks of Fortnum’s Bookstore get involved to provide romantic advice and guidance, none of which Jules accepts at first. The Hot Bunch of Nightingale Investigations adopt Jules as one of their own. Even though Jules tries to hang on to her inner Head Crackin’ Mamma Jamma, the Rock Chicks; Hot Bunch; Jules’s long-suffering Uncle Nick; Jules’s friend the rotund, African-American, Jackie-O wannabe, May; and especially Vance will stop at nothing to wear her down. But Jules makes some bad guys pretty angry and one is dedicated to taking her out. Vance and the Hot Bunch have to pull out all the stops to keep her alive. At the same time, Jules and Vance learn the true meaning of home but once they find this precious entity they’ve been searching for all their lives, will Jules’s enemies tear it away?

Deep Enough

Deep Enough ebook ISBN: 9780806125299
Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press
Author: Frank A. Crampton
Number of Pages: 304 
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Of all the memoirs of the wild West, Frank Crampton’s autobiography of his youth in the mining camps ranks with the very best. Scion of a wealthy New York family, Crampton ran away from home in 1904 at the age of sixteen. Two bindle stiffs picked him up in a Chicago railroad depot and led him west as they taught him to survive first as a hobo and then as a hard-rock miner. In the first two decades of this century Crampton lived and worked in almost all of the important mining camps in the Westin California, Arizona, Nevada, and Colorado as a miner, assayer, surveyor, and finally one of the West’s best-known mining engineers. In miners’ lingo “deep enough” meant “I don’t care” or “I’ve had it”; the term was applied to anything one did not like or wanted nothing more to do with. Many of the experiences that Crampton describes were of that order. He was trapped in a collapsed mine shaft for ten days. He was in San Francisco at the time of the great earthquake and in Ludlow, Colorado, during the Ludlow Massacre. He lived in Death Valley among the desert rats and witnessed the last days of the old French prospector John Lamoigne, who “never looked for anything where anyone else would expect to find it, but where others were afraid to try.” He become so bored with barrooms and gambling dens at one time that he hired a girl of the line in Goldfield, Nevada, just for an hour’s conversation. So many adventures, so much camaraderie, novelty, and humor are crammed into this true-life story that fiction pales in comparison. Bindle stiffs, tinhorns, tenderhorns, bohunks, entrepreneurs, politicians, wives, and women of the evening crowd the pages. This reprinting of the 1956 edition of Deep Enough is enhanced by two new maps and additional photographs from the author’s personal collection. In reading it, a new generation can share the extraordinary characters, hardships, and plain fun that Frank Crampton knew between the ages of sixteen and thirty.

When the Dogwoods Bloom

When the Dogwoods Bloom ebook ISBN: 9781452028873
Publisher: Author House
Author: Collin S. Douglas
Number of Pages: 420 
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The year is 2030, the United States has gone through a radical change. Only government agencies have access to the internet and cell phones. The morality of the country is non-existent. However, it is also a time of great discoveries in the field of medicine. Yet those are overshadowed by greed. In all major cities there is a section called “Sex Town”. A place where anyone can get anything of a sexual nature and it’s legal. Streets have been renamed and moved to make room for these places. The story follows the investigation of a reporter named Noah Wolfe. He is investigating the deaths and mutilations of young teenage prostitutes. You will follow him through his investigation, knowing only what he sees, hears, and thinks.

Coeur D'alene

Coeur D'alene ebook ISBN: 1469107635
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Author: Linnea Larsson
Number of Pages: 500 
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Coeur dAlene is a city on the north end of Coeur dAlene Lake, a hundred miles from the Canadian border. In 1930, prohibition was in force, and the mines to the east and logging camps to the south were filled with men who were paid on Saturday night and where a fellow was served at a bar if he was tall enough to order across it. Grag Bergman, a widower and father of two, was a banker in Coeur dAlene. Gary Madison brought whiskey across the border from Canada, owned a few clubs, supplied red-light establishments, the police, doctors, lawyers, bankers, and private citizens. This is a story of that special time of probation, of Depression, a time between world wars in that special part of the north Idaho, where homesteads were still new and civilization as we know it today was only a dream.