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COMPUTER MODELLING OF NANOPARTICLES AND
NANOSYSTEMS

V.G. Zavodinskii, Russia
COMPUTER MODELLING ISBN-13: 978-1-907343-60-5; approx. 200 pages, hardback, August 2014; £60.00/$100.00
COMPUTER
OF NANOPARTICLES
MODELLING OF
AND NANOSYSTEMS The book describes the theory and practice of modelling the atomic and electronic structure of nanoparticles and nanosys-
NANOPARTICLES
AND tems by quantum mechanics methods. Examples are used to examine special features of individual nanoparticles and their
V.G. Zavodinskii
NANOSYSTEMS complexes and also nanoscale processes in solids and on their surface. Program packages developed by the Fritz Haber
V.G. Zavodinsky
Institut in Berlin and based on the theory of the density functional and the pseudo-potential method are analyzed.
THERMOMECHANICS OF ELASTOPLASTIC DEFORMATION
A.A. Markin and M.Yu. Sokolova, Russia
ISBN-13: 978-1-907343-15-5; approx. 380 pages, hardback, September 2014; £85.00/$140.00
In this monograph the authors used the thermo-mechanical approach to focus on processes of reversible and irreversible
Thermomechanics of equilibrium deformation of isotropic and anisotropic solids. The presented models can be generalized for the case of inite
elasToplasTic
deformaTion deformations in the construction of images in spaces of nonholonomic measures. Formulation of associated boundary value
A.A. Markin and M.Yu. Sokolova problems of solid mechanics in variational form, the issues of non-uniqueness and stability of inite deformation processes
are also discussed.



CIRCULATION PROCESSES IN THE ATMOSPHERE AND

GLACIER DYNAMICS
V. Fedotov, Moscow State University
ISBN 978-1-907343-91-9; approx. 375 pages, hardback, June 2014; £85.00/$140.00
Circulation processes in the atmosphere are making signiicant changes in the annual , seasonal and diurnal variation of air
temperature, which is determined mainly coming from solar energy. With circulation processes in the atmosphere associ-
ated with the formation and distribution of precipitation. Thus, circulation processes affect the course of the main climatic
elements deining the conditions for the development of glaciers and therefore represented by one of the most important
factors such as the spread of glaciers in the area, and their development over time.




A HANDBOOK OF HARMFUL MARINE LIFE
R. Santhanam, Tamilnadu Veterinary & Animal Sciences University, India
ISBN-13: 978-1-907343-71-1; approx. 240 pages, hardback, June 2014; £65.00/$110.00
This book has been written primarily to serve as a Hand Book-cum-Reference for all the students of Life Sciences viz
Zoology Marine Biology Aquatic Biology and Environmental Sciences and as a general reading material for all those
interested in harmful marine life.
The author was prompted to write this by a deinite need and his strong desire for a book which would present all the
scientiic aspects of marine harmful life in which, a comprehensive publication is-hither-to lacking. The different chap-
ters have been devoted to all marine harmful species of microorganisms (bacteria, fungs and protozoans), poriferans,
cnidarians, nemertines, polycheates, crustaceans, molluscs, echinoderms, ishes, neptiles (snakes, turtles and crocodiles)
and mammals (seal, sealion and killer whale).



A HANDBOOK OF ENDANGERED MARINE LIFE
R. Santhanam, Tamilnadu Veterinary & Animal Sciences University, India
ISBN-13: 978-1-907343-52-0; approx. 280 pages, hardback, September 2014; £65.00/$110.00
Presently marine biodiversity is under great threat which is largely due to several unwanted man-made and environmental
factors. It therefore warrants urgent conservation and management measures in order to safeguard the existing endangered
and critically endangered marine species from further extinction. Awareness has also to be created among sea-goers,
marine tourists, recreational ishers and general public to protect such marine species for the betterment of our future
generations. Keeping the above in consideration, the present publication is being brought out. It deals with world marine
species which are under endangerment, critical endangerment and vulnerable-attaining early endangerment categories.
For each species, its common name, classiication, habitat, global distribution, diagnostic characters and threats have
been elaborately dealt with. Further, a separate chapter dealing with conservation measures for the endangered marine
animals is also presented.


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