SBF Upcoming Events

Upcoming forums for the academic year 2018-2019

Date Topic
January 2019 The Amazing Story of Qatar’s Tsunamis and Floods
February 2019 Evolution between Science and Myths
March 2019 Dust Storms from Mars and Titan to Qatar

 

Science Forum associated books:

Date Book Title (Springer) and Authors
January 2019
  1. Levin, Boris W., Nosov, Mikhail A. Physics of Tsunamis 
  2. Parsons, Anthony J., Abrahams, A. D. (Eds.): Geomorphology of Desert Environments
  3. Lace, Michael J., Mylroie, John E. (Eds.): Coastal Karst Landforms

All the books are available to our members through our online resource SpringerLink eBooks

Here is also a selection of resources available in the Library's collection on Tsunamis:

  1. Robin Koontz. The Science of a Tsunami. Call number: J 551.46 Koo
  2. Bryant, Edward. Tsunami: the underrated hazard. Call number: GC221.2 .B78 2014
  3. Alfred Scott (ed.). Tsunami and its impacts: a deeper understanding. Call number: GC221.2 .T73 2015
  4. S. Mambretti (ed.). Tsunami: from fundamentals to damage mitigation. Call number GC221.2 .T78 2013
  5. Anne Rooney. Tsunami! [electronic resource].
February 2019
  1. Glikson, Andrew Y., Groves, Colin. Climate, Fire and Human Evolution.
  2. Bowen, William M., Gleeson, Robert E. The Evolution of Human Settlements.
  3. Langdon, John H. The Science of Human Evolution
  4. Fasolo, Aldo (Ed.). The Theory of Evolution and Its Impact.

All the books are available to our members through our online resource SpringerLink eBook

March 2019
  1. Goudie, Andrew, Middleton, Nicholas J. Desert Dust in the Global System.
  2. Shao, Yaping. Physics and Modelling of Wind Erosion.
  3. Kenneth Pye, Haim Tsoar. Aeolian Sand and Sand Dunes.
  4. Danin, Avinoam. Plants of Desert Dunes.
  5. Tchakerian, V.P. Desert Aeolian Processes.

All the books are available to our members through our online resource SpringerLink eBook