Featuring numerous diagrams and more than 200 colour photos, this user-friendly guide is perfect for anyone interested in learning more about the extraordinary insects that – in terms of numbers, if not size – dominate our planet today.
Charles Martin was an Englishman who made a lasting impact on Australian science in the first half of the twentieth century. This illustrated book describes his life and various breakthroughs, as head of the Lister institute, in the allied forces in WW2, and on myxomatosis with the CSIRO. He brought modern experimental science to Australia.
The COVID-19 pandemic shocked the world. It shouldnt have. Since this centurys turn, epidemiologists have warned of new infectious diseases. But what of the epidemiologists themselves?
Few of nature’s animals are as misunderstood as bats. This beautiful photographic book features Australia’s Grey-headed Flying-foxes discovering more about its habitat, body structure and behaviours. Each spread captures a new and exciting fact about these misunderstood creatures and their topsy-turvy lifestyles.