As the end of the year approaches, here at CABI we’re taking the time to reflect on some of our favourite books of 2019. Covering a wide range of subject areas, titles have made it on to this list for various reasons, from hotly anticipated new editions of popular titles, to innovative research in brand new areas.
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The Discovery of a Visual System – The Honeybee by Adrian Horridge revisits historical research and introduces the latest theories, providing valuable insight into what honeybees actually see.
May 2019 | Hardback | 9781789240894
Overtourism is an increasingly harmful phenomenon, and we’re hearing more and more about it. This book looks at destinations such as Venice, Amsterdam and the Galapagos, to explore why overtourism became a problem, and how to address it.
June 2019 | Hardback | 9781786399823
Food Plants of the World is a comprehensive overview of the commercially important plants that provide us with food, beverages, spices and flavours.
July 2019 | Hardback | 9781789241303
Citrus fruit are grown in nearly every country within 40°north-south latitude, and this new edition covers biology and cultivation as well as current issues, to encourage optimal production of these important fruit.
August 2019 | Paperback | 9781845938154
If you’re a scientist, how do you know the best way to share your research with the people who ought to know about it? Based on academic research, Dr Craig Cormick distills best practice into one highly readable volume that will make sense of this tricky topic.
September 2019 | Paperback | 9781789245141
As we start booking our ski holidays, it’s interesting to understand the impact of winter tourism, and what destinations are doing to develop and improve for the future.
October 2019 | Hardback | 9781786395207
From world-renowned animal scientist Temple Grandin, this fifth edition provides a practical guide to improving animal welfare through human handling and minimising animal stress during transport.
October 2019 | Paperback | 9781786399168
This Handbook explores the cutting-edge of research in this important area, complete with case studies, reviews and extensive coverage of toxicants of current interest. It looks forward to future developments and encourages international cooperation to minimise harm to human health and degradation of natural habitats.
December 2019 | Hardback | 9781786394675
To wrap up the year, we’re celebrating the much-anticipated fourth edition of Introduction to Animal and Veterinary Anatomy and Physiology. Now with expanded content on chicken and fowl, plus added information on farm animals and the application of science for animal science students.
December 2019 | Paperback | 9781789241150
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