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2018 Book Exchange & Giveaway
December 5 - 28
San Diego Zoo Global Library, 2nd floor Beckman
Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

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December 2018

Top 10 Books of 2018
15% Off Wiley Open Access Publishing!
What is Pop-up Library?
Book of the Month: Eyes to See
New Books & DVDs
What Are We Reading?
What Are We Writing?

Top 10 Books of 2018

We hope you enjoy this inside look into the SDZG Library's most-read list for 2018. Our readers show appreciation for SDZG's new publishing initiative and commitment to conservation and animal welfare. To request a book by email, please click the link.

Bovids of the worldBovids of the world : antelopes, gazelles, cattle, goats, sheep, and relatives. 2016. José R. Castelló.


California native landscapeThe California native landscape : the homeowner's design guide to restoring its beauty and balance. 2013. Greg Rubin and Lucy Warren.

The CallThe Call : the strategic plan that empowered San Diego Zoo Global to lead the fight to end extinction. 2018. Beth Branning.


Carnivore mindsCarnivore minds : who these fearsome animals really are. 2017. G.A. Bradshaw.



CycluraCyclura : natural history, husbandry, and conservation of West Indian rock iguanas. 2011. Jeffrey Lemm and Allison Alberts.

Drawing wild animalsDrawing wild animals : essential techniques and fascinating facts for the curious artist. 2018. Oana Befort and Maggie Reinbold.

Forces for goodForces for good : the six practices of high-impact nonprofits. 2012. Leslie R. Crutchfield and Heather McLeod Grant.


The southern California native flower gardenThe southern California native flower garden : a guide to size, bloom, foliage, color and texture. 2009. Susan Van Atta.

Upside-down leadershipUpside-down leadership : a zoo veterinarian's journey to becoming a servant leader. 2018. Don Janssen.


Zoo animals: behaviour, management and welfareZoo animals : behaviour, management and welfare. 2013. Geoffrey R. Hosey.

15% Off Wiley Open Access Publishing!

All San Diego Zoo Global authors are now entitled to a 15% discount on Wiley open access charges. This new service has been generously funded by the Institute for Conservation Research and is available to all SDZG authors.

Please feel welcome to share with SDZG team members. Details on how to use the Wiley Open Access Partnership Discount are available on the Insider (Resources > Library > Documents).

What is Pop-up Library?

The SDZG librarians "pop up" in the Zoo and Park employee lounges every month to answer your questions, display a selection of recent books (available for checkout!), and share bookmarks, candy, and a smile. Upcoming Pop-up Library events are advertised in Green Flash, Fresh Tracks, and this newsletter.

Where would you like us to pop up next?

Book of the Month

Eyes to See

The Astonishing Variety of Vision in Nature
 

By Michael Land (2018)

One of the leading world experts on vision, explores the varied ways in which sight has evolved and is used in the natural world, and describes some of the ingenious experiments researchers have used to uncover its secrets. He also discusses human vision, including his experiments on how our eye movements help us to do everyday tasks, as well as skilled ones such as sight-reading music or driving. He ends by considering the fascinating problem of how the constantly shifting images from our eyes are converted in the brain into the steady and integrated conscious view of the world we experience. — Publisher.

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New Books & DVDs

Land, Michael F. 2018. Eyes to see : the astonishing variety of vision in nature. QL766 .L365 2018

Minteer, Ben A., Jane Maienschein, James P. Collins (eds.). 2018. The Ark and beyond : the evolution of zoo and aquarium conservation [eBook]

PBS. 2014. Sex in the wild : the biology of mating [videorecording]. QL761 .S49 2014 DVD

Quammen, David, 2018. The tangled tree : a radical new history of life. QH367.5 .Q36 2018 MAIN

Ryan, James M. 2018. Mammalogy techniques lab manual. QL703 .R93 2018 MAIN

Slabbekoorn, Hans Willem. 2018. Effects of anthropogenic noise on animals. QH545 .E34 2018 MAIN

What Are We Reading?

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

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 BD, Martin-Wintle MS, Owen MA, Zhang H, Swaisgood RR. 2018. Vocal behaviour predicts mating success in giant pandas. Royal Society Open Science 5(10):181323. doi:10.1098/rsos.181323

Khadpekar Y, Whiteman JP, Durrant BS, Owen MA, Prakash S. 2018. Approaches to studying behavior in captive sloth bears through animal keeper feedback. Zoo Biology. doi:10.1002/zoo.21455

Kjeldsen SR, Raadsma HW, Leigh KA, Tobey JR, Phalen D, Krockenberger A, Ellis WA, et al. 2018. Genomic comparisons reveal biogeographic and anthropogenic impacts in the koala (Phascolarctos cinereus): a dietary-specialist species distributed across heterogeneous environments. Heredity. doi:10.1038/s41437-018-0144-4

Martin‐Wintle MS, Wintle NJP, Díez‐León M, Swaisgood RR, Asa CS. 2018. Improving the sustainability of ex situ populations with mate choice. Zoo Biology. 0(0). doi:10.1002/zoo.21450

Moodley Y, Russo I-RM, Robovský J, Dalton DL, Kotzé A, Smith S, Stejskal J, Ryder OA, et al. 2018. Contrasting evolutionary history, anthropogenic declines and genetic contact in the northern and southern white rhinoceros (Ceratotherium simum). Proc R Soc B 285(1890):20181567. doi:10.1098/rspb.2018.1567

Moss JB, Gerber GP, Schwirian A, Jackson AC, Welch ME. 2018. Evidence for dominant males but not choosy females in an insular rock iguana. Behav Ecol. doi:10.1093/beheco/ary131

Muneza A, Doherty JB, Hussein Ali A, Fennessy J, Marais A, O'Connor D, Wube T. 2018. Giraffa camelopardalis ssp. reticulata. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 2018: e.T88420717A88420720. https://www.iucnredlist.org/species/88420717/88420720

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