Volume 86 | Number 2 | March-April 1998
A review of the Encyclopedia of Climate and Weather, edited by Stephen H. Schneider.
A review of American Astronomy: Community, Careers, and Power, 1859–1940, by John Lankford.
A review of Supersymmetry in Disorder and Chaos, by Konstantin Efetov.
A review of Quantum Field Theory, Second Edition, by Lewis Ryder and Quantum Theory of Fields, Volumes 1 and 2, by Steven Weinberg.
A review of The Nature of Horses: Exploring Equine Evolution, Intelligence, and Behavior, by Stephen Budiansky.
A review of The Symbolic Species: The Co-evolution of Language and the Brain.
A review of This Is Biology: The Science of the Living World, by Ernst Mayr.
A review of Environmentally Devastated Neighborhoods: Perceptions, Policies, and Realities, by Michael R. Greenberg and Dona Schneider.
A review of Atomic and Ion Collisions in Solids and at Surfaces: Theory, Simulation and Applications, edited by Roger Smith.
A review of A History of Transplantation Immunology. Leslie Brent.
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