Science and Nature
Science and Nature
Cleaning your carpets with a carpet shampooer is not the best way to kill bed bugs, because it doesn’t clean beneath the surface. Steam cleaning your carpets is effective for deep carpet cleaning, which is where the bugs like to stay in between traveling to and from your bed.
Science & Technology; Mathematics; Natural History

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  1. THE ATLAS OF CLIMATE CHANGE

    THE ATLAS OF CLIMATE CHANGE
    Mapping the World’s Greatest Challenge

    KIRSTIN DOW and THOMAS DOWNING

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    This edition of a highly acclaimed Atlas features the outcomes of the UNFCC conference in Copenhagen; the latest developments in climate change research and data on its impacts around the world; new c... Learn More
  2. LIFE EVERLASTING

    LIFE EVERLASTING
    The Animal Way of Death

    BERND HEINRICH
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    How does the animal world deal with death? And what ecological and spiritual lessons can we learn from examining such matters? Heinrich has long been fascinated by these questions, and when a friend w... Learn More
  3. WHERE TO WATCH BIRDS IN BRITAIN

    WHERE TO WATCH BIRDS IN BRITAIN

    SIMON HARRAP and NIGEL REDMAN

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    This guide covers the very best birdwatching sites in Britain. Each is considered in terms of habitat, access and birds, allowing birders of all levels to plan successful trips. The book is illustrate... Learn More
  4. PARROT CULTURE

    PARROT CULTURE
    Our 2,500-Year-Long Fascination with the World’s Most Talkative Bird

    BRUCE THOMAS BOEHRER

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    Introduced to Europe by Alexander the Great, parrots were quickly embraced by Western culture as exotic and astonishing. Over the centuries they would become objects of veneration or figures of folly,... Learn More
  5. GEOGRAPHY AND SCIENCE IN BRITAIN,  1831-1939

    GEOGRAPHY AND SCIENCE IN BRITAIN, 1831-1939
    A Study of the British Association for the Advancement of Science

    CHARLES W J WITHERS

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    This book examines the history and geography of science and the science of geography in nineteenth- and early-twentieth-century Britain and the British Empire. In considering the history and geography... Learn More
  6. THE SHOCK OF THE OLD

    THE SHOCK OF THE OLD
    Technology and Global History Since 1900

    DAVID EDGERTON
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    We are awash in clichéd claims about high technology's ability to change the course of history. Edgerton here radically revises our ideas about the interaction of technology and society and und... Learn More
  7. THE HEALERS

    THE HEALERS
    A History of Medicine in Scotland

    DAVID HAMILTON
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    Scotland's unique contribution to the advancement of medical science and practice has been widely recognised, from the folk healers of the Dark Ages to the advent of more scientific methods and the ac... Learn More
  8. RISE AND SHINE

    RISE AND SHINE
    Sunlight, Technology and Health

    SIMON CARTER

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    This is a subtle and complex analysis of the historical roles that sunlight has played in the mediation of such notions as health, pleasure, the body, race and class. It traces the development of our ... Learn More
  9. DARWIN

    DARWIN

    TIM LEWENS

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    Charles Darwin is best known as a biologist and natural historian rather than a philosopher. However, in this invaluable book, Lewens shows in a clear manner how important Darwin is for philosophy and... Learn More
  10. BOTANY, SEXUALITY AND WOMEN'S WRITING, 1760-1830

    BOTANY, SEXUALITY AND WOMEN'S WRITING, 1760-1830
    From Modest Shoot to Forward Plant

    SAMANTHA GEORGE

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    The author here uncovers and presents extraordinary primary texts unique to eighteenth-century Britain, previously ignored by scientists because of their dialogic, poetic or epistolary format and over... Learn More

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