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    • 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 ...
    • 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 ...
    • 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 ...
    • Applications, Basics, and Computing of Exploratory Data Analysis 

      Velleman, Paul F.; Hoaglin, David C. (Duxbury Press, 1981)
      This book provides an introduction to the methods of exploratory data analysis as originally developed by John Tukey. For each of nine methods it discusses and illustrates the methods, provides background derivations and ...
    • 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 ...
    • Spacecraft Dynamics 

      Kane, Thomas R.; Likins, Peter W.; Levinson, David A. (McGraw Hill, 1983)
      This book is an outgrowth of courses taught at Stanford University and at UCLA, and of the author's professional activities in the field of spacecraft dynamics. It is intended for use as a textbook in courses of instruction ...
    • Dynamics, Theory and Applications 

      Kane, Thomas R.; Levinson, David A. (McGraw Hill, 1985)
      This textbook is intended to provide a basis for instruction in dynamics. Its purpose is not only to equip students with the skills they need to deal effectively with present-day dynamics problems, but also to bring them ...
    • The Incomplete Guide to the Art of Discovery 

      Oliver, Jack E. (Columbia University Press, 1991)
      Cornell emeritus professor Jack Oliver draws on his nearly 50 years as a scientist to explore the strategies, tactics, and personal traits and attitudes necessary for fruitful scientific discovery.
    • Nonlinear dynamics and chaos: Lab demonstrations 

      Strogatz, Steven H. (Internet-First University Press, 1994)
      This video shows six laboratory demonstrations of chaos and nonlinear phenomena, intended for use in a first course on nonlinear dynamics. Steven Strogatz explains the principles being illustrated and why they are ...
    • Contested Values: Democracy and Diversity in American Culture 

      Kammen, Michael (St. Martin's Press, Inc., 1995)
      Because of their diversity, Americans have differed historically about the optimal way to achieve democratic goals in their society and culture. How can the reform impulse best be realized, for example. Temperance? Birth ...
    • "I Can Do That!" Hans Bethe's First 60 Years at Cornell 

      Hershey, Edward (Department of Physics, Cornell University, 1995)
      This video provides a brief overview of Hans Bethe's life and career, from his childhood and early career in Germany to his 60 years at Cornell. Colleagues Dale Corson, Robert Wilson, John Bachall, Sylvan Schweber, and ...
    • Artificial Insemination to Cloning: Tracing 50 years of Research 

      Foote, Robert H. (Internet-First University Press, 1998)
      Tremendous changes in reproductive biotechnologies of animals and humans have occurred during the past 50 years, more than occurred in the previous millenium. The book is prefaced with a short chapter emphasizing what ...
    • Enhancement of Wildlife Habitat on Private Lands 

      Decker, Daniel J.; Kelley, John W.; Goff, Gary R.; Schneider, Rebecca; Smith, Charles R.; Curtis, Paul D. (Cornell Cooperative Extension, 1998-02)
      This publication desribes methods to enhance wildlife populations on private lands. It includes illustrations and instructions for 10 low-cost to moderate-cost projects to provide desirable habitats. Many of the projects ...
    • It All Adds Up 

      Bristow, Barbara J. (Cornell Cooperative Extension, 1998-05)
      This manual is a consumer education program for teens. It provides a basic understanding of the responsible handling of money, including savings and checking accounts, shopping, understanding the role of advertising, and ...
    • Designing Child Care Settings: A Child-Centered Approach 

      Maxwell, Lorraine E. (Cornell Cooperative Extension, 1998-05)
      This manual is designed to help child care providers (including directors and staff of day care centers, Head Start centers, nursery schools, and family child care) design indoor and outdoor settings for infants, toddlers, ...
    • CIGR E-Journal Volume 1 

      Liu, Q.; Arkema, F.W. Bakker; Gemtos, T.A.; Oshita, S.; Sun, Da-Wen; Ayala, R.; Becerra, A.; Iribarne, L.F.; Bosh, A.; Diaz, J.R.; De Cock, L.; Van Lierde, D.; Tran, Tu Tu; Pimentel, D.; Pimentel, M.; Karpenstein-Machan, M.; Sigrimis, N.; Hashimoto, Y.; Munack, A.; De Baerdemaker, J.; Srzednicki, G.S.; Driscoll, R.H. (International Commission of Agricultural Engineering, 1999)
      TECHNICAL ARTICLES: (1) Q. Liu & F. W. Bakker Arkema. Capacity Estimation of High-Temperature Grain Dryers - A Simplified Calculation Method. (2) T.A. Gemtos. Sugar Beet Root Properties in Relation to Harvesting Damage. ...
    • Shakespeare Got It Wrong, It's Not "To Be," It's "To Do." The Autobiographical Memoirs of a Lucky Geophysicist. 

      Oliver, Jack E. (Northeastern Geology and Environmental Sciences, 2000)
      Cornell Emeritus Professor Jack Oliver reflects, often quite humorously, on his life and career. Includes stories of his boyhood in Ohio, his college days at Columbia, and his years teaching and conducting research at ...