Now showing items 1-20 of 215

    • A study of the plow bottom and its action upon the furrow slice 

      White, Earl Archibald (Cornell University, 1917)
      This is the first Thesis produced by the Department of Biological Engineering at Conrell University in 1917.
    • Cornell University: Founders and the Founding 

      Becker, Carl L. (Cornell University Press, 1943)
      Six lectures delivered at Cornell University on the Messenger foundation in the year 1943, in recognition of the 75th anniversary of the opening of that institution in the year 1868: together with fifteen interesting but ...
    • Know Your Trees 

      Cope, J. A.; Winch, Fred E. Jr.; Cope, E. A. (Cornell Cooperative Extension, 1948)
      This publication describes 50 common trees native to New York State and other parts of the United States. The bark, twigs, winter buds, leaves, fruit, and distinguishing features of each are desribed in detail. Illustrations ...
    • The Cornell 300-Mev Synchrotron 

      Corson, Dale R.; DeWire, J. W.; McDaniel, B. D.; Wilson, R. R. (Office of Naval Research, 1953-07)
      This document is a companion piece to the Book: "The Legacy of Dale R. Corson". It is a report written by Dale R. Corson and others in 1953 concerning the construction of the Cornell University Nuclear Synchrotron.
    • Analytical Elements of Mechanics, Volume 1 

      Kane, Thomas R. (Academic Press, 1959)
      This book is the first of two volumes for use in courses in classical mechanics in which students are taught to solve physically meaningful problems arising in a variety of fields. The content and format are based on the ...
    • Analytical Elements of Mechanics, Volume 2: Dynamics 

      Kane, Thomas R. (Academic Press, 1961)
      This book is the second of two volumes intended for use in courses in classical mechanics. This volume deals with dynamics. The symbolic language used is vector analysis. More than 100 illustrative examples and problems ...
    • The Milk of Paradise: The Effect of Opium Visions on the Works of DeQuincey, Crabbe, Francis Thompson, and Coleridge 

      Abrams, M. H. (Octagon Books, 1971)
      Four eminent English authors were addicted to opium. Each author spent a considerable part of his life in a dream world which differs amazingly from that in which we live. Each author utilized the imagery from these dreams ...
    • Knowledge, Perception, and Memory 

      Ginet, Carl (D. Reidel Publishing Co., 1975)
      This book attempts a general definition of what it is to know that a thing is so. The book gives accounts of two fundamentally important kinds of knowledge: that based on perception and that based on memory. Regarding the ...
    • New Concepts of Cattle Growth 

      Berg, Roy T.; Butterfield, Rex M. (Sydney University Press, University of Sydney, 1976)
      The concepts in this book about growth and development of cattle are as new now to most cattle producers and even to many animal scientists as they were when it was first published in 1976. Genetic effects - represented ...
    • Collection Development: A Summary of Workshop Discussions 

      Dudley, Norman (American Library Association. Resources and Technical Services Division, 1979)
      The author presents a summary of the five workshop discussions held at the Preconference Institute on Collection Development sponsored by the Collection Development Committee, Resources Section , RTSD, Detroit, MI June 1977.
    • Collection Evaluation in Research Libraries: The Search for Quality, Consistency, and System in Collection Development 

      Mosher, Paul H. (American Library Association. Resources and Technical Services Division, 1979)
      The history, literature, and methodology of collection evaluation or assessment in American research libraries are reviewed, current problems, tools, and methodology of evaluation are discussed; and an ongoing collection ...
    • The Necessity for a Collection Development Policy Statement 

      Feng, Y. T. (American Library Association. Resources and Technical Services Division, 1979)
      The heart of the library lies in its collection, and collections have to be built continuously. Budgetary constraints perforce stress the need for better defined collection development policy, although the ultimate goal ...
    • Collection development and management at Cornell : an interim report on activities of the Cornell University Libraries' project for collection development and management, July 1977-June 1979 ; prepared under a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation 

      Edelman, Hendrik; Hazen, Dan C. (Cornell University Library, 1979)
      This document covers the first year-and-a-half of the Cornell University Libraries' Project for Collection Development and Management and as such is primarily a statement of the issues that the the Library faced and the ...
    • Allocation of Funds in Support of Collection Development in Public Libraries 

      Bender, Ann (American Library Association. Resources and Technical Services Division, 1979)
      A discussion of allocation of funds in support of colleciton development in public libraries based primarily on interviews held with administrative officers of the Brooklyn Pulic Library and Tompkins County (New York) ...
    • Some Practical Observations on the Writing, Implementation, and Revision of Collection Development Policy. 

      Osburn, Charles B. (American Library Association. Resources and Technical Services Division, 1979)
      This paper was conceived in the context of the "RTSD Guidelines for the Formulation of Collection Development Policies." It describes fundamental qualities of policy applicable to all kinds of libraries and recommends a ...
    • Selection Methodology in Academic Libraries. 

      Edelman, Hendrik (American Library Association. Resources and Technical Services Division, 1979)
      An attempt is made to describe the elements of a selection decision model. Definitions are provided and an outline for a classification of library materials by source of origin is developed. There are descriptions of ...
    • Reminiscence in the Field of Reproductive Physiology and Endocrinology 

      Leonard, Samuel L. (Internet-First University Press, 1979-02-27)
      Professor Emeritus Sam Leonard modestly recounts some of his illustrious career starting in the 1920s. Most of the seminar was devoted to early research on the various endocrine glands and their secretions by pioneering ...
    • A World Without Disorder: Absolute Zero Temperature - A Robert C. Richardson Lecture 

      Richardson, Robert C. (Internet-First University Press, 1979-08-01)
      Robert C. Richardson's 1978 public lecture, demonstration, "A World Without Disorder: Absolute Zero Temperature", describes for a general audience the research for which later he, along with Lee and Osheroff, would be ...
    • More Other Homes and Garbage: Designs for Self-sufficient Living 

      Leckie, Jim; Masters, Gil; Whitehouse, Harry; Young, Lily (Sierra Club Books, San Francisco, 1981)
      Population growth, resource depletion, unstable ecosystems, and economic strains are some of the interlinked and uncertain hazards that deteriorate the life experiences of people. Conservation of resources and greater ...
    • High Romantic Argument: Essays for M.H. Abrams 

      Abrams, M. H.; Hartman, Geoffrey; McFarland, Thomas; Wordsworth, Jonathan; Lipking, Lawrence; Booth, Wayne; Culler, Jonathan (Cornell University Press, 1981)
      Part 1. Visions of Wordsworth: "The poetics of prophecy" by Geoffrey Hartman (Yale University); "As with the silence of the thought" by Jonathan Wordsworth (Exeter College, Oxford)-- Part 2. The achievement of M.H. Abrams: ...