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NEWProceedings of the 19th International Diatom Symposium. 2008. held at Listvyanka, Irkutsk, Russia from 28 August - 3 September 2006. 168 pp. + vii. (therefore 180 pp. in total). ISBN: 978-0-948737-85-5. $130.00
Proceedings of the Eighteenth International Diatom Symposium, Międzyzdroje, Poland. 2nd –7th September 2004. Editor: Andrzej Witkowski. Due June 2006. ISBN–10: 0–948737–75–1. 508 pages. Illustrations include 84 SEMs, and 101 monochromes and line drawings. Hardback. $210.00
Proceedings of the Seventeenth International Diatom Symposium. Ottawa, Canada, 25th – 31st August, 2002. Editor: Michel Poulin. Hardback, 492 pages. Illustrations include 88 monochromes. and line drawings, 81 SEMs, 1 colour photograph. ISBN 0 948737-70-0. $200.00 May 2004.
A taxonomic guide to some common marine phytoplankton. by Rita A. Horner. 9/2002. This Guide contains photographs, descriptions and distribution records of 134 species, it includes descriptions of major taxonomic groups of phytoplankton that have harmful or potentially harmful species (diatoms, dinoflagellates, raphidophytes, prymnesiophytes and silicoflagellates), a discussion of sampling methods and sample analysis protocols, a glossary of terms pertinent to phytoplankton and references. It provides easy identification for both amateurs and professionals. hardback, 195 + v. pages, 134 color plates, 6 mono and 3 line drawings. ISBN 0-948737-65-4. $128.00 to see contents click here.
Freshwater Red Algae of the World. Shigeru KUMANO. due April 2002. Fully comprehensive flora of the freshwater red algae Rhodophyta) with descriptions and illustrations of the morphology of the life cycle stages. 375 pp + xiv. 199 B&W plates. ISBN 0-948737-60-3. $158.00
Bird, C.J. & J.L. McLachlan. 1992. Seaweed Flora of the Maritimes. 1. Rhodophyta-the Red Algae. comprehensive account of most common red algae of the Canadian Maritime Provinces, which also extend to Cape Cod and around coasts of Northern Europe. 177 p. 65 plates. Trade Cloth ISBN 0-948737-18-2. $118.00
Canter-Lund, Hilda & J. Lund. 1995. Freshwater algae. Their microscopic world explored. This is a fantastic book! Covers all the algae groups, descriptions, anatomy, etc and is illustrated with spectacular color and B&W photos- but mainly color photos. Can be used as a phycology textbook. 360 pages. 646 photos in all. Trade Cloth ISBN 0-948737-25-5. $184.00
English, M.P. 1990. Victorian values. The life and times of Dr. Edwin Lankester, M.D., F.R.S. This is the story of a Victorian doctor and scientist, widely know and respected in his lifetime. His temperament and chosen profession led him into ceaseless conflict with a class-conscious, mean and callous establishment. Because of his poor background, he did not earn a doctorate from older established British universities, thus he was not- in the eyes of the all-powerful medical colleges, a fit person to practise as a physician in London. Furious, he set about as a lecturer and writer on biological and nutritional matters until he was once again victimised when his Civil Service masters dismissed him for making improvements beyond his brief. It was not until 1856 when the Public Health Act was passed when he was appointed Medical Officer for Health for his own parish. But he continued to struggle with the wealthy classes for the bare minimum of funds necessary to remedy the atrocious conditions in the slums. 187 p. mand B&W photos. Library Binding ISBN 0-948737-14-X. $96.00
Ford, B. 1991. The Leeuwenhoek legacy. This is an excellent book for any library or person interested in the history of science. Includes many B&W photos of original prints, documents, and line drawings to illustrate the text. 185 p. completely illustrated with B&W photos. Library Binding ISBN 0-948737-10-7. $100.00
Ford, C.M. 1990. Aleen Cust. Veterinary Surgeon. Britain's first woman vet. This is the story of how Aleen Cust managed to complete her veterinary degree and practice medicine inspite of gross discrimination and established norms for women of her time. 109 p. B&W photos. Trade Paper ISBN 0-948737-11-5. $25.00
Marino, D. & M. Montresor. 1995. Proceedings of the 13th International Diatom Symposium. Major topics covered: Ecophysiology of marine and freshwater diatoms; Diatoms as a marker of climate changes and anthropogenic impact; life histories and their ecological significance; Ecology of marine and brackish water diatoms; Ecology of freshwater diatoms; Morphology & taxonomy; Diatoms as a tool for paleoenvironment reconstruction; Workshop. 566 p. Trade Cloth ISBN 0-948737-35-2. $170.00
Progress in Phycological Research: Vols 2-8 each $130.00; volumes 9-13 $170.00 each (ISBNs: Library Binding ISBN 0-948737-00-X. Vol. 4 1986 481p., Edited by D. J. Chapman; Library Binding ISBN 0-948737-03-4, Vol 5 1987 299p. D. J. Chapman; Library Binding ISBN 0-948737-07-7. Vol. 6 1988 286p., D. J. Chapman; Library Binding ISBN 0-948737-13-1. Vol. 7 1990 330p., Edited by D. J. Chapman; volume 8, Library Binding ISBN 0-948737-17-4. 1992. 278p.; Library Binding ISBN 0-948737-19-0.Vol. 9 1993 376p., Edited by D. J. Chapman; Vol. 10, Library Binding ISBN 0-948737-20-4. 1994. 209p.
Progress in Protistology volumes 1-3 each $50.00
Reisser, W. 1992. Algae and Symbioses: Plants, Animals, Fungi, Viruses, Interactions Explored. 750 p. Trade Cloth ISBN 0-948737-15-8. $166.00
Round, F.E. 1988. Algae and the Aquatic Environment (Contributions in honour of J.W.G. Lund, CBE, FRS). 24 articles covering a range of topics in aquatic studies. 460 p. Trade Cloth ISBN 0-948737-06-9. $146.00
Sims (editor) at al. 1996. Atlas of British diatoms. This comprehensive set of illustrations of freshwater and marine diatoms provides diatomists for the first time with detailed scale drawings of some 2,000 species. This encompasses all the common species, most of which are world-wide in distribution. The illustrations are mainly the work of H.G. Barber and thus in a uniform style and magnification. Some additional plates have been provided by J.R. Carter and all have been admirably rearranged in an alphabetical order of genera and species by B. Hartley to form a user-friendly guide to the identification of this most abundant group of organisms. The only comparable work is Schmidt's Atlas which was published between 1874 and 1959 but that Atlas has the species scattered. The present Atlas clusters the species (e.g. 42 plates of Navicula) and will form a major source book with the classification having been brought up to date. The authors have an extremely detailed knowledge of diatoms (well over 100 years in total experience) with a deep understanding of the variation during the growth cycle - this is illustrated by multiple drawings of most taxa. In all there are over 7,000 illustrations, approx. 600 pages. hardcover. Trade Cloth ISBN 0-948737-45-X. $170.00
Wiessner, W. , E. Schnepf and R. C. Starr. 1995. Algae, Environment and Human Affairs. This book originates from papers presented by specialists at a high-powered international symposium at which modern aspects of the interaction of Algae, Environment and Human Affairs were discussed. The emphasis is on the impact of modern research on algae which is widening the awareness of the global importance of these organisms to man. hardcover. Trade Cloth ISBN 0-948737-30-1. 258p. $116.00
Books on Fungi
Nannenga-Bremekamp, N.E. 1991. A guide to temperate myxomycetes. describes genera and species. 409 p. Trade Cloth ISBN 0-948737-12-3. $116.00