Whether it’s moles in the lawn or squirrels in the attic consumers now have instant access to research-based solutions for helping humans and wildlife coexist. The eXtension Wildlife Damage Management Web site is an excellent resource to get information about managing wildlife problems. The content has been developed through the collaboration of nationally recognized wildlife biologists, nuisance wildlife control operators, educators and people interested in the field of human-wildlife relations.
The eXtension Wildlife Damage Management Web site also features the following:
•Frequently Asked Questions allows users to submit queries about wildlife management.
•Ask the Expert provides an answer to questions not already available in the Frequently Asked Questions section with a usual response within 24 hours.
•News & Upcoming Events keeps the news and calendar of events current at the local, state and national levels.
•Glossary & Diseases list terms and illnesses that are commonly found in wildlife damage management.
To take full advantage of the site, register at www.extension.org and choose Wildlife Damage Management.
eXtension is an educational partnership of more than 70 land-grant universities helping Americans improve their lives with access to timely, objective, research-based information and educational opportunities. eXtension’s interactive Web site, is customized with links to local Cooperative Extension Web sites.
Check out LiveScience.com for research paper ideas like this recent post from staff writer Dave Mosher : Asphalt-Munching Bacteria Discovered
For reviews please see the Ashbury Press website.
Author Katcher, Brian S.
Title MEDLINE : a guide to effective searching in PubMed and other interfaces / Brian S. Katcher.
Imprint San Francisco : Ashbury Press, c2006.
Edition 2nd ed
Ag-Vet. Med Library / Stacks: Z699.5.M39 K373 2006
Finals are finally over. Check out the stress reducing doodles forSpring Finals 2007
Presented by Enrique Abad, Library Director at the Universidad Andina Simon Bolivar and president of the Asociación de Bibliotecarios de Pichincha
Tuesday, May 15
Hodges Library, Room 605
University of Tennessee
Free and open to the public; refreshments will be served
Librarianship in Ecuador presents a variety of challenges for information specialists. Join the UT Libraries for a discussion with Enrique Abad, Library Director at the Universidad Andina Simon Bolivar, to learn more about how academic libraries in Ecuador are establishing policies, raising awareness, promoting best practices and increasing information literacy in an era of great technological change.
Jill Stover, from Virgina Commonwealth is featuring the Libraries “Pack it Out” Campaign on her Library Marketing – Thinking Outside the Book .
PubMed’s new AbstractPlus display shows the titles of the top five related Articles and is now the default display for single records. The new format provides seamless access to the powerful pre-computed similarities available as Related Articles in the PubMed database.
To read more about AbstractPlus display and see a screen shot please see NCBI News:
— Student IDs will change from Social Security numbers to computer-generated student IDs. Students will be informed by e-mail beginning the first week of June to increase information security. To see their new IDs, students will log on to Circle Park Online, go to the Registration Status screen and select View Student Profile on the left-hand navigation bar. Students’ old VolCards will continue to provide all the services they currently have. For more info, call 974-2101, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit the Office of the University Registrar, 209 Student Services Building.