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We are delighted to announce that, as of 1 February 2017, titles published by the Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG) are now available worldwide from Eurospan (excluding North America).

Embracing a mission of connecting the world of applied geophysics, the Society of Exploration Geophysicists is a not-for-profit organization supporting 27,000 members from 128 countries. Founded in 1930, SEG provides information, tools, and resources vital to advancing the science of exploration geophysics; fostering common scientific interests; supporting humanitarian efforts; and accelerating geophysical innovation.

The goal of SEG's publishing programme is to advance applied geophysics through dissemination of technical information among geophysicists worldwide. 

Classical and Modern Diffraction Theory
Edited by Kamill Klem-Musatov et al
Dec 2016 9781560803225 Paperback
Includes an overview of classical theory; early cornerstones from the 17th century and the works of Grimaldi, Huygens, and Young.

Elements of 3D Seismology
Third Edition

Christopher L. Liner
Dec 2016 9781560803379 Hardback
A thorough introduction to acquisition, processing, and interpretation, this volume includes seismic wave phenomena in acoustic, elastic, and porous media; creating 2D and 3D images from field data, and more.

Interpreter Sam Carries On
Donald A. Herron
Dec 2016 9781560803393 Paperback
A collection of "Interpreter Sam" columns from The Leading Edge, this book carries on with the stories of a seismic interpreter's career in the oil and gas industry.


Wayfaring Stranger on the BBC

12 Apr 2017 09:00:00

We are very pleased to share that the BBC has launched a new three-part series entitled Wayfaring Stranger based on the New York Times Bestseller from the University of North Carolina Press: Wayfaring Strangers: The Musical Voyage from Scotland and Ulster to Appalachia.

You can catch up on the series here:
Wayfaring Strangers
Praise for the book:

“[Ritchie and Orr] strike all the right chords in this pleasantly tuneful survey of the history of the evolution of Scottish music in Appalachia.”
Publishers Weekly

Fiona Ritchie and Doug Orr take a long look at this story using Scottish songs as their compass. It’s a fascinating and often surprising ride.
— Cerys Matthews, Welsh folksinger, author, and broadcaster

Filled with maps, woodcuts, paintings, and photographs of impossibly picturesque Scottish and Irish locales, the book is a treasure trove of imagery and information. Music lovers, prepare to be transported.

Wayfaring Strangers
The Musical Voyage from Scotland and Ulster to Appalachia
Fiona Ritchie & Doug Orr
Foreword by Dolly Parton
2014 448pp, Includes CD with 20 tracks,
64 colour plates, 60 halftones, 7 maps
9781469618227 Hardback
Throughout the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, a steady stream of Scots migrated to Ulster and eventually onward across the Atlantic to resettle in the US. They brought with them a wealth of traditional ballads and tunes from the British Isles and Ireland. From ancient ballads at the heart of the tradition to instruments that express this dynamic music, Ritchie and Orr chronicle the details of an epic journey.
The University of North Carolina Press

We are delighted to announce that, as of 1 April 2017, titles published by the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) are now available worldwide from Eurospan (excluding North and South America).

SIAM was founded by a small group of mathematicians from academia and industry who met in Philadelphia in 1951 to start an organisation whose members would meet periodically to exchange ideas about the uses of mathematics in industry. This meeting led to the creation of SIAM, whose membership has grown from a few hundred in the early 1950s to more than 14,000 today.

SIAM exists to ensure the strongest interactions between mathematics and other scientific and technological communities, publishing high-quality monographs and textbooks for applied mathematicians, computational scientists, and engineers working in academia, government labs, and industry. SIAM authors are experts in their fields and can effectively communicate their expertise to students, researchers, and members of industry through their books.

MATLAB Guide, Third Edition

Desmond J. Higham & Nicholas J. Higham
Dec 2016 9781611974652 Hardback
Completely revises and updates the best-selling second edition and is more than 30 per cent longer. It remains a lively, concise introduction to the most popular and important features of MATLAB and the Symbolic Math Toolbox.

Differential Dynamical Systems, Revised Edition
James D. Meiss
Jan 2017 9781611974638 Paperback
Combines much of the material found in a traditional course on ordinary differential equations with an introduction to the more modern theory of dynamical systems. Applications of this theory are shown through examples in such areas as population modeling, fluid dynamics, electronics, and mechanics.

Data Assimilation: Methods, Algorithms, and Applications
Mark Asch et al
Dec 2016 9781611974539 Paperback
A comprehensive guide that is accessible to non-experts that includes numerous examples and diverse applications from a broad range of domains, including geophysics and geophysical flows, environmental acoustics, medical imaging, mechanical and biomedical engineering, economics and finance, and traffic control and urban planning.

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This May, the South Dakota Historical Society Press will publish Pioneer Girl Perspectives, a collection of illuminating essays on Laura Ingalls Wilder and her work. This volume builds upon Wilder’s previously published, bestselling memoir Pioneer Girl: The Annotated Autobiography with a wealth of contextual perspectives and is perfect for fans hoping to gain further insight into the conception of the much-loved Little House books.

Laura Ingalls Wilder (1867-1957) finished Pioneer Girl in 1930 when she was sixty-three years old. After several rejections from publishers, she drew upon her original manuscript to write the Little House books which continue to enthral readers today. Until the release of Pioneer Girl  in 2014, the memoir had only been available at the Hoover Presidential Library (Iowa) as an unedited rough draft.

Initially, the press only expected the book to be successful within the academic community, but it quickly became a worldwide hit. Generations of Little House fans welcomed the release and took to bookshops in droves. The book received a lot of international press coverage, was featured on the New York Times bestseller list, sold translation rights, and had to be reprinted multiple times within the first few months of publication as demand was so high. The unexpected success of Pioneer Girl revealed a profound absence of material on the history of the Little House series. An absence that Wilders’ fans are clearly keen to have filled.

Pioneer Girl Perspectives
In Pioneer Girl Perspectives, Nancy Tystad Koupal has collected essays from noted scholars of Wilder’s life and work that explore the themes and genesis of Wilder’s writings. They shed new light on the story behind Wilder’s original manuscript and examines the ways in which the author and her daughter and editor, Rose Wilder Lane, worked to develop a marketable narrative. The contributors delve into the myths and realities of Wilder’s work to discover the real lives of frontier children, the influence of time and place on both Wilder and Lane, and the role of folklore in the Little House novels.

Together, the essays give readers a deeper understanding of how Wilder built and managed her story. Published over eighty years after its inception, Pioneer Girl gave readers new insight into the truth behind Wilder’s fiction. Pioneer Girl Perspectives further explores the importance of Wilder as an influential American author whose stories of growing up on the frontier remain relevant today.

For more information on Laura Ingalls Wilder, frontier life, and all things Pioneer Girl, check out The Pioneer Girl Project blog!

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