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A collection of edited readings, with accompanying notes, taken from publications of the Operational Research Society of Great Britain. Red cardwraps. ISBN: 041232170X. Ex-lib with usual stamps and labels plus a yellow tape band around the lower half. Covers worn. Text block grubby. Some pages lightly creased.
Ornithologists have been collecting data on the breeding habits of birds for many years. This book is an interpretation of the main adaptations of birds for breeding. A comprehensive survey so that readers can see what is known, and what remains to be discovered, and hence may be stimulated to add to knowledge. Red cloth boards, brown title block with gilt title to spine. B/w illustrations. ISBN: 0412112205. Reprint. Name in ink to front endpaper. Text block lightly browned. Pictorial dustwrapper is browned to spine.
Comparing and contrasting the salt marsh and sand dune habitats and the ecological processes operating within them. Black cloth boards, gilt title to spine. B/w plates and charts. ISBN: 0412105004. Ink stamp to front endpaper. Wrapper is edge-creased with faded spine and edges.
Cotswold stone building from prehistoric time to the era of the council house. B/w illustrations. Wrapper has a few small chips and tears; mostly repaired to verso, with very little loss.
Card wraps. B/w graphs and illustrations. ISBN: 0412251108. Spine is faded. Couple of corners are a little creased. Bookplate to inside front cover. From the personal library of Bryan L. Sage, distinguished naturalist and author.
Blue boards, silver title to spine. B/w photos and illustrations. Wrapper is edge-creased and unevenly browned.
The Greased Line on Dee, Don and Earn. Grey cloth, Title on spine. 98 pages including index. Number of b/w diagrams throughout. B/w photograph of author. 7.5 x 5 inches. Light fading to top of spine, couple of minor water marks to boards. Names in ink to front endpapers. Endpapers are browned. Contents clean. Dustwrapper is edge-chipped with a little loss.
A miscellany of 18th century poems compiled by Austen. Black cloth spine. Orange paper boards with white title labels. 10 x 6.5". Attractive colour illustrations full-page and text in colour and b/w. 258 pages. Spine bumped and worn with nicks to cloth at ends, 1.75" split to cloth at top of rear edge, 0.5" to front edge. Also browned with a couple of marks. Wear to corners. Covers grubby with some surface paper damage and uneven fading. A couple of hinges starting to crack but binding is firm. Small bookseller's sticker to rear pastedown. Light foxing and an odd mark to contents but most pages are clean.
A study in algebraic structure. Card wraps. ISBN: 0412115107. A few small white marks to covers. Corners are very slightly creased.
GRAPHS, SURFACES AND HOMOLOGY: AN INTRODUCTION TO ALGEBRAIC TOPOLOGY
Written by P.J. Giblin.
Stock no. 1812464
Published by Chapman & Hall. 1st 1977. Very good condition.
A first course in algebraic topology concentrating on simplicial homology theory. Blue cardwraps. xv and 329 pages including index. ISBN: 0470989947. Review copy. Foxing to top edge of text block. Contents clean.
Problems in electronics with solutions. Card wraps. 354 pages B/w diagrams. Electromagnetic theory; transmission line theory; rectangular and circular waveguides and cavity resonators; miscellaneous waveguiding systems; impedence transformation and matching; microwave networks; antennas and propagation. ISBN: 0412363704.
Blue cloth, gilt titles. 181 pages. B/w diagrams. Book very good but lacks front endpaper. Wrapper browned and slightly chipped.