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Volume 86 | Number 2 | March-April 1998


Slick Account

Robert Gramling

A review of Oil Spills, by Joanna Burger.

Vive La Revolution

David Knight

A review of Lavoisier: Chemist, Biologist, Economist, by Jean-Pierre Poirier; tr. Rebecca Balinski.

Skeleton Key

Clark Larsen

A review of Bones of the Maya: Studies of Ancient Skeletons, edited by Stephen L. Whittington and David M. Reed.

Through the Spectroscope

Juliette Ioup, George Ioup

A review of Deconvolution of Images and Spectra, second edition, edited by Peter A. Jansson.

Graphic Language

John Russ

A review of Number by Colors: A Guide to Using Color to Understand Technical Data, by Brand Fortner and Theodore E. Meyer.

Trials of Errors

Malcolm Sherman

A review of Yes, We Have No Neutrons: An Eye-Opening Tour Through the Twists and Turns of Bad Science, by A. K. Dewdney.

Bak to Basics

Thomas Traut

A review of How Nature Works: The Science of Self-organized Criticality, by Per Bak.

Dream Sequences

William Moorcroft

A review of The Neuropsychology of Dreams: A Clinico-Anatomical Study, by Mark Solms.

After-School Detention

Patricia Galloway

A review of The Cultural Transformation of a Native American Family and Its Tribe, 1763–1995: A Basket of Apples, by Joel Spring.

Shell Game

Robert Holmes

A review of Amniote Origins: Completing the Transition to Land, edited by Stuart S. Sumida and Karen L. M. Martin.


Total Records : 27


 

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