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Environmental Outlook - PODCAST

Tuesday, Feb 03 • 11 a.m. (ET) - Diane Rehm Show

Environmental Outlook: The Race Against Pests And Weeds

Killing weeds or Intergrated Pest Management? (CLICK ON Listen )

Pesticide resistance is an urgent problem for agriculture. The latest chemical solutions have some groups concerned about ecological consequences. For this month’s Environmental Outlook: weighing new approaches to controlling pests and weeds.

      
     

    NEW BOOK - Environmental Studies

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    Chasing the Red Queen - Andy Dyer
    ISBN: 9781610915199
    Publication Date: 2014-12-18
    In the race to feed the world’s seven billion people, we are at a standstill. Over the past century, we have developed increasingly potent and sophisticated pesticides, yet in 2014, the average percentage of U.S. crops lost to agricultural pests was no less than in 1944. To use a metaphor the field of evolutionary biology borrowed from Alice in Wonderland, farmers must run ever faster to stay in the same place—i.e., produce the same yields...

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    Nature's Trust - Mary Christina Wood
    Call Number: KF3775 .W589 2014
    ISBN: 9780521144117
    Publication Date: 2013-09-30
    Contents: "You are doing a great job" -- Modern environmental law : the great legal experiment -- The politics of discretion -- Behind the grand facade -- The administrative tyranny over nature -- The inalienable attribute of sovereignty -- The ecological res -- Fiduciary standards of protection and restoration -- From bureaucrats to trustees -- Beyond borders : shared ecology and the duties of sovereign co-tenant trustees -- Nature's justice : the role of the courts -- Nature's trust and the heart of humanity -- Using earth's interest, not its principal -- The public trust and private property rights -- The new world : a planetary trust.

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    American Men and Women of Science : a biographical directory of today’s leaders in physical, biological, and related sciences. 23rd ed., 2007

    National Academy of Sciences (U.S.) Biographical memoirs. National Academy Press, 1877.

    Title is available electronically through Gale General One File or I suggest to do a Publication List search.

    Biographical memoirs of fellows of the Royal Society

       Preceded by Obituary notices of fellows of the Royal Society, 1932-1954. Both titles are available electronically through JSTOR.

    • Gale Research Virtual Library 
      Gale databases focus on the humanities, theology, ethnic studies, music, women's studies and more. It contains peer reviewed journals, conference papers, and periodicals

    • American Men & Women of Science: A Biographical Directory of Today's Leaders in Physical, Biological, and Related Sciences
      Biographical dictionary of the significant players in the physical, biological and related sciences. Each edition includes biographical entries on approximately 120,000 living scientists, providing birthdate; birthplace; field of specialty; education; honorary degrees; current position; professional and career information; awards; memberships; research information; and addresses for each entrant where available.
    • National Academy of Sciences : Biographical Memoirs
    • Our Changing Planet
      Climate change is happening now. The United States and the world are warming, global sea level is rising, and some types of extreme weather events are becoming more frequent and more severe. These changes have already resulted in a wide range of impacts across every region of the country and many sectors of the economy. Today, America needs reliable scientific information about current and future changes, impacts, and effective response options. The U.S. Global Change Research Program (USGCRP)—which released the 3rd National Climate Assessment in May 2014—is at the center of the Federal Government's efforts to fulfill this critical need.

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    NASA Earth Observatory

    NASA's WOMEN STEM

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    Flask and colorful science symbols

    Meet some of NASA’s women engineers, scientists, educators, interns and others.
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      • MIT - HIGHLIGHTS FOR HIGH SCHOOL
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        Learn more about how to integrate Highlights for High School materials into your teaching, see examples of how others are using it, and read our FAQs.

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        GENERAL SCIENCE - E-RESOURCES

        Science News from the Science journal (AAAS) American Association for the Advancement of Science. Free weekly newsletter.

        Nature News from the (NPG) Nature Publishing Group.  Free weekly newsletter.

        Science News,  "magazine of the society for science and the public",  available from JSTOR, however up to 2 years behind online.

        New Scientist, the magazine, from Reed Business Information, Ltd. (Elsevier, ScienceDirect). Free weekly e-newsletter.

        Today in Science History  Entertaining. Keeps a calendar of birthdays of famous scientists, as well as yearly major event anniversaries in Science (Ads present)

        Today in Science News (Ads present)

        Reuters News  Reuters.com is a source of all categories of news, perhaps particularly business and financial.  Here are the sci-tech subdivisions:

        Seed Magazine home, and Latest issue.  From Seed Media Group, Montreal

        Physics World (link to journal) -- a community website from IOP, the Institute of Physics. UK. A weekly newsletter is available:  http://physicsworld.com/

        Physics Today American Institute of Physics, College Park, MD. Daily news is available.

        Chemical & Engineering News C&E News is the magazine's homepage.

        American Institute of Biological Sciences (AIBS) There are news feeds and society newsletter, and BioScience Magazine.

        Discover (is a magazine for the public about) "science, technology and the future".  has podcasts.  Carrollton subscribes to the print.  

        National Geographic  Reports news daily. National Geographic Society, Washington, DC. Print copies available at Founders.  Available in full text (online) from EBSCO.

        National Academy of Sciences, National Academy of Engineering, Institute of Medicine, National Research Council -- Advisors to the nation on science, engineering and medicine.  Friday newsletter, What's New at the National Academies is a free subscription.  Top articles from PNAS. Books from National Academies Press.  Podcasts and News feeds are available.

        National Science Foundation -- grant opportunities, research news, alerts, science & engineering statistics

        NPR Science Friday  with Ira Flatow.  Podcasts, blogs, videos.  SciFri is even in Second Life!

         University of California.  Science Today  Science Today is a one minute, 5 X/week radio program carried on CBS affiliates and produced by   UC.  Topics feature scientific breakthroughs. Full articles are provided in the archive dating back to 2007.

        OSTI hosts this interagency collaboration of 19 U.S. government science organizations within 15 federal agencies.  Launched in 2002, Science.gov is a gateway to over 2,100 scientific websites, 55 scientific databases and 200 million pages of science information that can be 

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        • PubMed Free database that searches citations, abstracts and provides some full-text to articles in the life sciences and medical fields. Interlibrary loan will be required to access many of the articles discovered through this resource.
        • Directory of Open Access Journals Provides free searchable access to approximately 400,000 open access scholarly articles from

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        1. If you choose to use any one of these resources in your paper, please recognize the author's creation and "cite" the resource in your bibliography - as your source.
        • MLA Formatting and Style Guide
          MLA (Modern Language Association) style is most commonly used to write papers and cite sources within the liberal arts and humanities.

        Maps

        • 15 subway-style maps that explain everything but subways
          15 subway-style maps that explain everything but subways. Subway maps are indispensable. They show us, with incredible clarity, how to get from one place to another, boiling down transit to its essentials. But when subway maps are applied to other things — like parks or food — they serve a very different purpose, revealing relationships and features that were hard to see before. Here are 15 subway-style maps that explain just about everything.
         

        Your Inner Fish

        The author, a paleontologist and professor of anatomy, follows the path of evolution by linking the organs of the human body with the physical attributes of non-human ancestors.

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        Your Inner Fish - Neil Shubin
        Call Number: QM26 .S58 2008
        ISBN: 9780375424472
        Publication Date: 2008-01-15

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