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Library Resources for Further Reading

The World's Beaches, edited by Orrin H. Pilkey
Evolutionary Genetics, edited by R.S. Singh and C.B. Krimbas
The Cultural Dynamics of Shell-Matrix Sites, edited by M. Roksandic, S. Mendonça de Souza, S. Eggers, M. Burchell, and D. Klokler
From Betty Crocker to Feminist Food Studies, edited by Arlene Voski Avakian & Barbara Haber
Wildlife of Southeast Asia by Susan Myers
The Two-Mile Time Machine by Richard B. Alley
A Natural History of Beer, by Rob Desalle & Ian Tattersall
Non-Chemical Weed Control, edited by Khawar Jabran & Bhagirath S. Chauhan
The Chronicle of Jazz by Mervyn Cooke
Show Sold Separately by Jonathan Gray
Our Vanishing Glaciers by Robert William Sandford
Reinventing project-based learning: your field guide to real-world projects in the digital age by Suzie Boss & Jane Krauss
The Potato: Botany, Production, and Uses, edited by Roy Navarre & Mark J. Pavek
The Ballet of the Planets: on the mathematical elegance of planetary motion by Donald C. Benson
Tails from the Exotic Feline Rescue Center, edited by Stephen D. McCloud &  Joe Taft
Did You Just Eat That?: Two scientists explore double-dipping, the five-second rule, and other food myths in the lab, by Paul Dawson & Brian Sheldon
The Archaeologist's Fieldwork Companion by Barbara Ann Kipfer

Further Information

For more information about research & programs mentioned in the display, click on their name below:

1. Joseph Kelley
2. Caleigh Charlebois
3. Alice Kelley
4. Rachel Snell
5. Danielle Levesque
6. Ana Breit
7. Dominic Winski
8. Ellen Mallory
9. Jim Winters
10. Judith Rosenbaum
11. Seth Campbell
12. Brittany Kucera
13. Karen Miller
14. Jianjun Hao
15. Shawn Laatsch
16. Abigail Wiegand
17. Evalyn Machia
18. Caitlin Howell
19. Jennifer Perry
20. Emily Blackwood


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