The Chlamydomondas Sourcebook, 2nd ed. 3 vol. Elizabeth H. Harris. Elsevier Academic Press, 2009. Ref. 579.832 C45.
This work retains historical material and biological information first published in 1989 and adds coverage of molecular techniques, analysis, sequenced genome etc. Provides information a new investigator will require to work in this field.
The Big Guide to Living and Working Overseas. Jean-Marc Hachey. 4th ed. Intercultural Systems, 2004. Ref 650.14 H1151b.
Excellent source of accurate, comprehensive, relevant information for those seeking international work and training. Contains over 3000 career building resources.
Employee Benefit Plans: A Glossary of Terms, 8th ed. May Jo Brzezinski. International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans, 1993. Ref. 658.325 Em732.
Includes terms applicable to employee benefits field; includes more than 3000 definitions derived from current Canadian and U.S. sources.
A Bibliography of Scholars in Medieval Islam. 150-1000 AH (750 -1600 AD). Ilias Fernini, Phd. Cultural Foundation, Abu Dhabi. 1998. Ref. 011.0902 F397b 1998.
The contributions of Muslim scholars in science and other fields have been largely ignored. This bibliography is a great compilation of information on Muslim scholars. Written in a clear and concise language this serves a handy document for easy reference.
Evaluating Research Articles From Start to Finish, 2nd ed. Ellen R. Girden. Sage Publications, 2001. Ref. 001.4 G442e.
This book is very helpful in understanding to decipher the accuracy of articles we read in journals. Includes analysis of statistical tests, comprehension of research articles, research techniques and includes a glossary of terms.
Patient Safety and quality: An Evidence-Based Handbook for Nurses. Ed. Ronda Hughes. 3 Vol. AHRQ Publication 2008. Ref. 610.73 P273.
This examines the broad range of issues involved in providing high-quality and safe care across health care settings. This book is useful for nurses in practice, nurse-educators, researchers, students and others in nursing field.
Internet Research Skills. Niall O’ Dochartaigh. Sage Publications, 2007. Ref. 001.42 013i.
This is a clear and concise guide to effective use of Internet for students in social sciences and the humanities. It is aimed at all students doing research on internet including graduate and post graduate students working on theses and dissertations.
Water in a Changing World: United Nations World Water Development Report 3. UNESCO Publishing 2009. Ref 333.91 W2912.
This report analyses the state of the world’s water resources and issues of water management. It offers a holistic approach to links between water and climate change, food, energy, health and human security etc. A very valuable resource.
Facing the Challenges: The United Nations World Water Development Report 3.UNESCO 2009. Ref. 333.91 W2912 .
This has case studies initiated in Africa, Asia, Europe and Latin America providing a succinct account of the state of freshwater resources in a range of physical, climatic and socioeconomic conditions.
The Least Developed countries Report: Growth Poverty and the Terms of Development Partnership. UNESCO 2008. Ref. 330.91724 L381.
This reports examines fifty countries that UN classifies as least developed. It assesses recent trends in growth and poverty as well as changes in the terms of development partnership. Contains charts and figures.
Innovative Approaches to promoting Women’s economic empowerment. United Nations Development Programme, 2008. Ref 305.4091724 In68.
This publication focuses on three core dimensions of women’s economic empowerment: economic opportunity, legal status and rights, and voice, inclusion and participation.