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by Audrey SaubleDiscover what different spiders look like with this simple read-aloud story! This picture book encourages children (and adults) to stop and study these unique creatures in all their sizes, shapes, colors, and textures.
by Craig MacnaughtonFrom AVOCET to ZEBRA FINCH, fly the friendly skies with some fabulous feathered friends! Author/illustrator Craig Macnaughton takes you up into the trees, to the oceanside and deep into the rainforest to practice your ABC’s with an amazing aviary of beautiful birds. The lively illustrations and terrific trivia are a fantastic introduction into the incredible world of birds.
by Rishikesh UpadhyayPlants are sessile organisms that are unable to move but face the challenge of ever-changing or adverse environments. The study of the development of environmental changes in tolerant plants is fundamental for the maintenance and streamlining of high crop yields and plant adaptation in natural environments. The identification of genes that lead to changes or stress tolerance is urgently needed for the growth and development of plants in their natural environment. The Secret of Plants in the ENVI... more
by MailsDaddy SoftwareMailsDaddy Office 365 Backup Tool is a secure application for Office 365 mailbox backup to PST file. It allows users to login to Exchange Online mailbox and export Office 365 to PST. The software detects of Office 365 account and previews that mailbox to the device. This helps you to select O365 mailboxes and perform Office 365 Backup to Outlook PST. Eliminates the use of external utilities including eDiscovery tool or the Windows PowerShell.
Comprehensive Guide and Framework for Identification of Subjects: Levels and indicators of quality for biometrics, personal detaby Clemens WillemsenHow to identify subjects like citizens, employees, suspects or migrants? This comprehensive guide includes a framework to determine the quality of the identification, in terms of product, process and organization. Clemens Willemsen PhD promoted in 2019 at the Tilburg University in the Netherlands on the subject of ‘Identifying suspects and undocumented migrants by law enforcement agencies’. The core of his dissertation forms the basis of the presented framework which now can be used beyond t... more
by Andreas Elpidorou
by Matt RitterWe bring the strength and beauty of the natural world into our urban landscapes by planting trees, and California is blessed with a rich horticultural history, visible in an abundance of cultivated trees that enrich our lives with extraordinary color, bizarre shapes, unusual textures, and unexpected aromas. A Californian's Guide to the Trees among Us features over 150 of California's most commonly grown trees. Whether native or cultivated, these are the trees that muffle noise, create wildlife h... more
by Matt RitterCalifornia Plants is an essential resource for outdoor enthusiasts. With his vibrant photographs and lively writing, Matt Ritter takes the reader on a journey through the Golden State's iconic landscapes and abundant plant life. This definitive guide features more than 500 species, along with detailed descriptions, fascinating natural history stories, and handy tree and wildflower color identification charts.
by Eugene LavioletteIn the follow up to Eugene J. Laviolette's book, Dark Matter is Nonexistent, Laviolette further proves his theory with detailed analysis using mathematical calculations. This riveting groundbreaking book will change the way we look at the Universe and the stars. This book is for scientists, theorists, and fans of the stars alike. Proving conversion of Conventional Second-Dimensional calculations to Third-dimensional expression relevant to the sphere reflects a loss of 23.36985% of Surfac... more
by Bobby Dee TicerEstablished theories of physics and cosmology are interrelated in consistent manner, including both Big Band and Tired Light. The explanation is a simple step by step process according to its historical develop. The verifiable math is simple algebra. A professor suggested it best suited for other professors and graduate students, but I believe it provides insight for the learning student. It exceeds established theory in that the cause of gravity is explained in consistent manner of quantum phys... more
by Leonardo WaftBring a brand new herb into your home, your garden and your kitchen with this amazing and complete guide to cannabis, medical marijuana and CBD! This book will be your MOST COMPLETE STEP BY STEP CANNABIS GUIDE with an introduction to Cannabis plant and the step by step guide to indoor cultivation (choosing and making grow area, selecting the light and soil medium of growth, getting seeds, germination, detecting and preventing cannabis hermaphrodite, watering and how to transplant cannabis pla... more
by Danish Meraj
by Susan Barkman
True story: One morning a House Wren flew through my back door and into the kitchen. This bird seemed right at home, calm and in no real hurry to leave. Story: "Can I Be Your Roommate?" is based on this little wren and the way she could have been looking for a roommate.
by Mohammed Ahmad Al-Shamsi
Due to the petroleum economic revolution in Arabian Gulf Countries in the last 50 years, this region has a unique and peculiar management structure for their national research and innovation system. This book adds a value as a contribution to analyze and discover a unique national R&D system from within, which is unlike any other national system in the West or the East. The book also propose several practical management solutions to improve and re-organize the research, development, and innov... more
by Bill Felker
DEEP TIME IS IN THE GARDEN: NEW ALMANAC ESSAYS IN SEARCH OF TIME AND PLACE AND SPIRIT is a second collection of brief essays taken from the nature column and almanacs Bill Felker has written for regional and national publications since 1984. The essays that focus on seasonal time blend the author’s observations of events in nature with his reflections on change and passage Felker’s selections about his sense of place explore his relationship with the local seasons in the village w... more
by Lois WickstromAlex hears balloon flower buds popping. She is sure the plants are talking to her. She invents a plant translator. The plants want to have a party. They want to fly. She invents a flower inflator with helium. The plants want her to fly with them. It's fun until the plants try to talk to her while flying. When they pop, the helium comes out of their flowers, so they come back to Earth. Now they want Alex to invent a way for them to talk and fly at the same time. She's had enough inventing for ... more