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Science for Nonscientists
Now the science you wish you had learned is right at your fingertips. These short and accessible introductions to fundamental scientific terms and concepts provide a basic understanding of the most widespread sciences that even the non-specialist can master and apply. Each title is perfect for course use where students have a limited science background, or are not expected to continue studies beyond the subject at hand. The books in the series are also perfect for professionals who need to look beyond their specialties and acquire knowledge in a variety of sciences to make solving on-the-job problems easier. Each book examines the key concepts, concerns, and practices of a scientific discipline and provides simple explanations of its application to the everyday life of the non-specialist and to other sciences. Priced for students, each title is concise, easy-to-understand, and suitable for future reference on the job. They also can increase the user's employment opportunities. « less more »
In Defense of Science: Why Scientific Literacy Matters
FRANK R. SPELLMAN AND JOAN PRICE-BAYER
Government Institutes • December 2010 • Professional
Geography for Nongeographers
FRANK R. SPELLMAN
Government Institutes • April 2010 • Textbook
Physics for Nonphysicists
FRANK R. SPELLMAN
Government Institutes • May 2009 • Textbook
Geology for Nongeologists
FRANK R. SPELLMAN
Government Institutes • May 2009 • Textbook
Toxicology for Non-Toxicologists, Second Edition
MARK E. STELLJES PH.D.
Government Institutes • November 2007 • Textbook
Biology for Nonbiologists
FRANK R. SPELLMAN
Government Institutes • July 2007 • Textbook
Chemistry for Nonchemists: Principles and Applications for Environmental Practitioners
FRANK R. SPELLMAN
Government Institutes • March 2006 • Textbook