New books in the Library Week Beg 22nd April 2013

Below is a selection of books recently received by the Library. This selection is part of a larger collection of recently received books currently on display on Level 3 of the Main Library. Books are available on this display for one week before being returned to the shelves. See complete list of  See complete list of New books in the Library 22nd April 2013

A world of beasts : a thirteenth-century illustrated Arabic book on animals (the Kitāb Na’t al-Ḥayawān) in the Ibn Bakhtīshū’ tradition / by Anna Contadini Brill, 2012 Bibliog qB162:62.3 2012-C
The golden age of botanical art / Martyn Rix Andre Deutsch, c2012 Botany qB30 2012-R 
A Europe made of money : the emergence of the European Monetary System / Emmanuel Mourlon-Druol Cornell University Press, c2012 Economics T930.5 MOU
Green mobile devices and networks : energy optimization and scavenging techniques / Hrishikesh Venkataraman and Gabriel-Miro Muntean, editors CRC, c2012 Engineering KT170 2012-V
Tartan / Jonathan Faiers Berg, 2008 Fine Arts L4890.T27 FAI
Colliding continents : a geological exploration of the Himalaya, Karakoram, & Tibet / Mike Searle Oxford University Press, 2013 Geology GC605 2013-S
Hilbert’s programs and beyond / Wilfried Sieg Oxford University Press, c2013 Mathematics 0150.H4 2013-S
Bunyaviridae : molecular and cellular biology / edited by Alexander Plyusnin and Richard M. Elliott Caister Academic Press, c2011 Microbiol V45.B9 2011-P
Building fortress Europe : the Polish-Ukrainian frontier / Karolina S. Follis University of Pennsylvania Press, c2012 Sov Stud PE575 2012-F

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