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New at SDZG Library
Celebrate Global Tiger Day on July 29 —
27 Sumatran tigers have been born at the
San Diego Zoo Safari Park!

July 2019

Search Our Digital Archives Collection
Website Updates
Book of the Month: Biodiversity and Climate Change
New Books & DVDs
What Are We Reading?
What Are We Writing?

Search our Digital Archives Collection

Our California Revealed digitized Archive collection is now fully searchable. Use keywords to reveal some of the oldest San Diego Zoo and Safari / Wild Animal Park guidebooks and visitor maps. Click here to get started.



Select Text contents, enter a simple keyword search in the box on the left, and Enter. In the results, click on an image to open the item. Use the blue markers at the bottom to find each keyword match within the publication.

 

Explore this recently digitized collection by searching for your favorite exhibit, animal or plant!

Website Updates

Perhaps you noticed that San Diego Zoo Global's Library & Archives website is functioning better than ever? Or maybe you haven't noticed any changes at all, and that's also good news! This happy state of affairs is thanks to SDZG's web development team and their seamless server maintenance and support.

We appreciate the collaboration and communication!

Book of the Month

Biodiversity and Climate Change

Biodiversity and Climate Change : Transforming the Biosphere

 

Edited by Thomas E. Lovejoy and Lee Hannah (2019)

The physical and biological impacts of climate change are dramatic and broad-ranging. People who care about the planet and manage natural resources urgently need a synthesis of our rapidly growing understanding of these issues. In this all-new sequel to the 2005 volume Climate Change and Biodiversity, leading experts in the field summarize observed changes, assess what the future holds, and offer suggested responses. From extinction risk to ocean acidification, from the future of the Amazon to changes in ecosystem services, and from geoengineering to the power of ecosystem restoration, this book captures the potential of climate change to transform the biosphere. —Publisher.

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New Books & DVDs

Atkins, Jill, and Barry Atkins (eds.). 2019. Around the world in 80 species : exploring the business of extinction. QH75 .A76 2019 MAIN

Beckwith, Martha Warren. 1970. Hawaiian mythology. GR110 .H3 B43 1970 MAIN

Castillon, Jean-Bernard. 2010. Les aloe de Madagascar = The aloe of Madagascar. ZOO HORT

Center for Plant Conservation. 2019. CPC best plant conservation practices to support species survival in the wild. QK86 .A1 C455 2019 MAIN

Deem, Sharon L., et al. 2019. Introduction to one health : an interdisciplinary approach to planetary health. RA639 .D44 2019 ZOO HOSP

Kim, Jane. 2018. The wall of birds : one planet, 243 families, 375 million years : an artistic journey. ND7665 .K56 2018 MAIN

Kornfeldt, Torill. 2018. The re-origin of species : a second chance for extinct animals. QH75 .K67 2018 MAIN

Lovejoy, Thomas E., and Lee Jay Hannah (eds.). 2019. Biodiversity and climate change : transforming the biosphere. QH541.15 .B56 B559 2019 MAIN

Marer, Patrick J. 2001. Aquatic pest control. QK80 .A695 2001 MAIN

Martin, Bridget. 2019. Survival or extinction? : how to save elephants and rhinos. QL737 .P98 M37 2019 MAIN

Ruxton, Graeme D. 2019. Nature's giants : the biology and evolution of the world's largest lifeforms. QH48 .R89 2019 MAIN

Turner, Trudy R. et al. (eds.). 2019. Savanna monkeys : the genus Chlorocebus. QL737 .P93 S28 2019 MAIN

Vanderplank, Sula, et al. 2017. Plantas y animales unicos de las islas del Pacifico de Baja California = Unique plants and animals of the Baja California Pacific islands. QH107 .V36 2017 MAIN

Vowell, Sarah. 2011. Unfamiliar fishes. QH198 .H3 V69 2011 MAIN

ICR Seminars on DVD

Mooney, Andrew. 2019. Species360 Conservation Science Alliance – transforming globally shared records into conservation actions.

Parker, Jenna. 2019. The physiology of orphan versus non-orphan African elephants.

Verissimo, Diogo. 2019. Do blockbuster movies fuel demand for wildlife as pets? An evidence‐based perspective.

What Are We Reading?

Our Recent Returns shelf gives insight into what SDZG team members are reading.

recent returns at the SDZG Library

What Are We Writing?

Here is a sample of recent SDZG staff publications. Please send us your citations for the next newsletter!


Charlton, B.D.M.A. Owen, and R.R. Swaisgood. 2019. Coevolution of vocal signal structure and hearing sensitivity in mammals.  Nature Communications 10:2778. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-019-10768-y

Greggor, A.L., D.T. Blumstein, B.B.M. Wong, and O. Berger-Tal. 2019. Using animal behavior in conservation management: a series of systematic reviews and maps. Environmental Evidence. 8(Suppl 1):23. https://doi.org/10.1186/s13750-019-0164-4 

Greggor, A.L., C. Price, and D. Shier. 2019. Examining the efficacy of anti-predator training for increasing survival in conservation translocations: A systematic review protocol. Environmental Evidence. 8(Suppl 1):11. https://doi.org/10.1186/s13750-019-0154-6

Snijders, L., A.L. Greggor, F. Hilderink, and C. Doran. 2019. Effectiveness of animal conditioning interventions in reducing Human-wildlife conflict. A systematic map protocol. Environmental Evidence. 8(Suppl 1):10. https://doi.org/10.1186/s13750-019-0153-7

Price, C., P.B. Banks, and A.L. Greggor. 2019. What evidence exists on the effectiveness of different types of olfactory lures as attractants for invasive mammalian predators? A systematic map protocol. Environmental Evidence. 8(Suppl 1):12. https://doi.org/10.1186/s13750-019-0156-4

Tan, W., Y. Pang, C. Tubbs, and P. Thomas. 2019. Induction of sperm hypermotility through membrane progestin receptor alpha (mPRα): A teleost model of rapid, multifaceted, nongenomic progestin signaling. General and Comparative Endocrinology 279: 60-66. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ygcen.2018.12.002

Meehan C, Greco B, Lynn B, Morfeld K, Vicino G, Orban D, Gorsuch C, Quick M, Ripple L, Fournier K, Moore D. 2019. The Elephant Welfare Initiative: a model for advancing evidence-based zoo animal welfare monitoring, assessment and enhancement. International Zoo Yearbook. 0(0). doi:10.1111/izy.12222. [accessed 2019 Jun 18]. https://zslpublications.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/izy.12222.

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