2007-01-02T08:00:00Z Why do baby sharks, hyenas, and pelicans kill their siblings? Why do beetles and mice commit infanticide? Why are twins and birth defects more common in older human mothers? A Natural History of Families concisely examines what behavioral ecologists have discovered about family dynamics and what these insights might tell us about human biology and behavior. S...[Read More]
761 pages , Springer , 2015-02-18 This book offers a unique collection of inter- and multidisciplinary studies on river systems. Rivers have been the prime source of sustenance since the advent of civilization and river systems often form the basis for agriculture, transport, water, and land for domestic, commercial, and industrial activities, fostering economic prosperi...[Read More]
The EEB Greenhouses contain one of the most diverse teaching plant collections in the US. This outstanding collection is a core unit of the EEB Biodiversity Research Collections and is used extensively for teaching and research here at the University of Connecticut.
The Plant Collections are generally segregated into two groups - Research Collections (which are covered elsewhere) and the General ...[Read More]
The mission of this group and Permaculture Canada is to facilitate information flow and networking among permaculture practitioners and those interested in learning more about permaculture across Canada. As the Canadian Permaculture Association, this group is a member of the International Permaculture Association. Please post information about your local Permaculture Activities once a month. Event...[Read More]
1522 pages , Butterworth-Heinemann , 2017-09-09 Power Electronics Handbook, Fourth Edition, brings together over 100 years of combined experience in the specialist areas of power engineering to offer a fully revised and updated expert guide to total power solutions. Designed to provide the best technical and most commercially viable solutions available, this handbook und...[Read More]