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bfertig is lookin' out for the little guy

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1GoofyOcean110
abr. 8, 2010, 10:25am

sure, why not?

I don't think I'll be doing anything particularly different for this than just tracking or noting if my reading comes from a small publisher.

To start out with - and full disclosure: I work/ed with these folks - for those interested in science communication and environmental health assessment, I'll give a plug for IAN Press, out of the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science (UMCES) Integration and Application Network (IAN) www.ian.umces.edu/press
It's a small group of environmental scientists - mainly estuarine ecologists and marine botanists - who are writing and designing and essentially self-publishing these books.

Some cool stuff IMHO.

2varielle
abr. 8, 2010, 10:27am

You know, this little exercise might turn out to be helpful for students or specialists who are really trying to dig into something.

3GoofyOcean110
abr. 8, 2010, 10:50am

Sure - a lot of my technical or reference books tend to be university presses e.g. Cambridge, Chicago, or from scientific publishers e.g. Springer, Blackwell, Taylor&Francis (CRC).

I have noticed that several more general or lay environmental books come from Island Press which apparently is a nonprofit with the purpose of printing books on environmental issues and natural resource management. They have a number of very interesting titles and books.
Island Press www.islandpress.com
Turning the tide
Striper wars
Unnatural history of the sea