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We are delighted to announce that, as of 1st May 2020, titles published by the Water Environment Federation (WEF) will be available through Eurospan in the UK, Continental Europe, Middle East, North Africa and Oceania.

The Water Environment Federation (WEF) is a not-for-profit technical and educational organisation of 35,000 individual members and 75 affiliated Member Associations representing water quality professionals around the world. WEF produce content for water quality engineers and water department administrators

              Industrial Wastewater Management Treatment and Disposal  Why Water's Worth It  Nutrient Removal

Industrial Wastewater Management, Treatment, and Disposal
Third Edition
February 2020, 602pp
9781572783690, Paperback
WEF Manual of Practice, FD-3
This publication offers proven methods to help you take on toxic, concentrated, and polluted wastewater. Complete with illustrations and tables throughout, this comprehensive, authoritative guide contains up-to-date information on significant treatment studies, efficient control processes, and the latest regulations.

Divided into two sections covering planning and managing industrial wastewater pre-treatment processes and design, operation, and procurement of industrial pre-treatment facilities, respectively, this Manual of Practice equips you with the know-how for treating and removing industrial wastes of all kinds by providing detailed descriptions of pre-treatment processes, design criteria, and process performance.

This is the only reference you'll need to perform effective wastewater treatment operations.

Why Water's Worth It
Lori Harrison
Illustrated by Jon Harrison
March 2019, 42pp
9781572783546, Paperback
9781572783621, Hardback

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Por qué el agua vale la pena?
9781572783638, July 2019 
Paperback, 42pp 
9781572783645, August 2019
Hardback, 42pp

Pourquoi l'eau en vaut la peine
9781572783652, July 2019 
Paperback, 42pp
9781572783669, August 2019
Hardback,  42pp
This educational picture book is about a little girl with a big story to tell – why is water worth it? With her nose buried in her book, she walks young readers through the world of clean water, how it's managed, and the importance of everyone working together to protect it.

Written for 4 to 8 year-olds but with appeal to readers of all ages, this book uses fun, engaging illustrations and rhyming text to present a simple explanation of a complex process while encouraging personal responsibility and thoughtful, "green" choices.

To help small hands become big heroes, the book includes a list of small ways to make a big difference and cool facts to explain why water's worth it!

You need water. Water needs you. From parents, to teachers, to water professionals around the world, this story will help you empower the next generation of water protectors.

Nutrient Removal
March 2020, 672pp
9781572783706, Paperback
WEF Manual of Practice, No 34
This manual and definitive guide provides comprehensive information on biological and chemical methods for nitrogen and phosphorus removal from wastewater.

It is invaluable to everyone who wants to really understand how nutrient removal is accomplished – whether it's a utility trying to optimize its plant, an engineer trying to figure out the best approach to designing a facility, or a student trying to understand the basics behind nutrient removal.

  • ⁠- Provides an integrated approach for combined nitrogen and phosphorus removal.
  • ⁠- Includes details on ammonia and dewatering liquors treatment.
  • ⁠- Covers environmental and regulatory issues.
  • ⁠- Also discusses natural treatment systems.

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    We are delighted to announce that, as of 1 April 2020, titles published by the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) are available through Eurospan in the UK, Continental Europe, Middle East, North Africa and Oceania.

    Founded in 1951, ACOG is the specialty's premier professional membership organization dedicated to the improvement of women’s health including producing the College's practice guidelines and other educational material.  

              Your Pregnancy and Childbirth: Month to Month Seventh Edition Jacket Image PROLOG: Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility Eighth Edition Jacket Image PROLOG: Obstetrics Eighth Edition Jacket Image Neonatal Brachial Plexus Palsy Jacket Image  

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    Your Pregnancy and Childbirth: Month to Month 
    Seventh Edition
    9781934984901, January 2021
    Paperback, 784pp
    Educate and guide your patients through pre-pregnancy planning, pregnancy, labor and delivery, and the postpartum period. The latest edition of Your Pregnancy and Childbirth: Month to Month serves as a trusted resource and comforting presence for women who are pregnant, postpartum or planning a pregnancy. Featuring patient-friendly language and up-to-date ACOG guidance, this completely revised edition includes the latest medical information, new illustrations, and updated content based on previous reader feedback to ensure that your patients feel supported and confident before, during, and after their pregnancies.

    PROLOG: Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility
    Eighth Edition
    9781934984932, February 2020
    Paperback, 252pp
    PROLOG: Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility is the premier learning tool for staying up to date in the specialty area. Users of this unit should be able to identify diagnostic tests for endocrinology and infertility conditions; determine the appropriate medical management to address infertility; apply the concepts of the hypothalamic pituitary ovarian uterine axis when considering medication; and understand the basics of assisted reproductive technology.

    PROLOG: Obstetrics
    Eighth Edition
    9781934984727, 2018
    Paperback, 270pp 
    Consisting of an assessment book and critique book, PROLOG is an effective, self-directed study resource and reference for both obstetricians–gynecologists and those in training. The content is peer-reviewed, current, and clinically relevant. Users of this unit will cover key topics in the speciality area, such as maternal and fetal physiology and its effect on pregnancy; the components of antepartum care that optimize maternal and perinatal outcomes in uncomplicated pregnancies; and managing obstetric emergencies.

    Neonatal Brachial Plexus Palsy
    9781934984383, 2014
    Paperback, 80pp
    Neonatal Brachial Plexus Palsy (NBPP), an ACOG Task Force Report, is a current appraisal of the available peer-reviewed literature on this subject, and the existing state of knowledge as to the etiology, as well as the prediction, management, and treatment of NBPP. This report is meant to serve as a resource for ACOG Fellows and all health care providers involved in this subject matter area.


    We are delighted to announce that, as of 1 April 2020, titles published by Wilfrid Laurier University Press will be available through Eurospan worldwide, excluding North America.

    Wilfrid Laurier University Press is a leading publisher of interdisciplinary scholarship bridging the humanities and social sciences, specializing in Indigenous studies, Black Canadian studies, queer studies, disabilities studies, life writing, women’s and gender studies, environmental humanities, film and media studies, and publishing and information studies. They push conventional boundaries of form, publishing hybrid book formats, audio, and born-digital scholarship alongside traditional scholarly books and select titles for the general trade. They publish research and writing that embodies the principles of diversity and equity, engages with broad questions of social justice, and gives space to writers and subjects from often marginalized communities.


    Coming soon
    Cinema of Pain
    On Quebec’s Nostalgic Screen
    Edited by Liz Czach and André Loiselle
    June 2020 240pp
    9781771124331 Paperback
    Since the defeat of the pro-sovereigntists in the 1995 Quebec referendum, the loss of a cohesive nationalistic vision in the province has led many Québécois to use their ancestral origins to inject meaning into their everyday lives.

    A Cinema of Pain argues that this phenomenon is observable in a pervasive sense of nostalgia in Quebec culture and is especially present in the province’s vibrant but deeply wistful cinema. In Québécois cinema, nostalgia not only denotes a sentimental longing for the bucolic pleasures of bygone French–Canadian traditions, but, as this edited collection suggests, it evokes the etymological sense of the term, which underscores the element of pain (algos) associated with the longing for a return home (nostos).

    Gorgeous War
    The Branding War Between the Third Reich and the United States
    Tim Blackmore
    October 2019 300pp
    9781771124201 Hardback
    Argues that the Nazis used the swastika as part of a visually-sophisticated propaganda program that was not only modernist but also the forerunner of contemporary brand identity. When the United States military tried to answer Nazi displays of graphic power, it failed. Using numerous examples of US and Nazi military heraldry, Gorgeous War compares the way the American and German militaries developed their graphic and textile design in the interwar period.

    A Life of Timothy Findley
    Sherrill Grace
    June 2020 448pp, 40 images
    9781771124539 Hardback
    Timothy Findley (1930-2002) was one of Canada’s foremost writers – an award-winning novelist, playwright, and short-story writer who began his career as an actor in London. He was instrumental in the development of Canadian literature and publishing in the 1970s and 80s. TIFF is the first full biography of this eminent Canadian writer. Sherrill Grace provides insight into Findley’s life and struggles through an exploration of his private journals and his relationships with family, his beloved partner, and his close friends, including Alec Guinness, William Hurt, and Margaret Laurence.


    We are delighted to announce that, as of 1 April 2020, titles published by the University of Calgary Press will be available through Eurospan worldwide, excluding North America.

    The University of Calgary Press publishes peer-reviewed scholarly books and innovative literature that connects local experiences to the global community. With fourteen series in specialized topics ranging from art to scholarship, Canadian Studies to Environmental Studies, Africa to Latin America, and beyond, University of Calgary Press books create a deeper understanding of human dynamics in a changing world.


    Coming soon
    Others of My Kind
    Transatlantic Transgender Histories
    Alex Bakker, Rainer Herrn, Michael Thomas Taylor & Annette F. Timm
    August 2020 400pp, 170 images
    9781773851211 Paperback
    An illuminating look at the transatlantic, transgender community that shaped the history and study of sexuality. From the turn of the twentieth century to the 1950s, a group of transgender people on both sides of the Atlantic created communities that profoundly shaped the history and study of sexuality. By exchanging letters and pictures among themselves they established private networks of affirmation and trust, and by submitting their stories and photographs to medical journals and popular magazines they sought to educate both doctors and the public. Others of My Kind draws on archives in Europe and North America to tell the story of this remarkable transatlantic transgender community. This book uncovers threads of connection between Germany, the United States, and the Netherlands to discover the people who influenced the work of authorities like Magnus Hirschfeld, Harry Benjamin, and Alfred Kinsey not only with their clinical presentations, but also with their personal relationships.

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    Secession and Separatist Conflicts in Postcolonial Africa
    Charles G. Thomas & Toyin Falola
    June 2020 416pp
    9781773851266 Paperback
    Africa: Missing Voices, No 11
    Wars fought for political separation have become omnipresent in postcolonial Africa. From the division of Sudan, to the continued fragmentation of Somalia, and the protracted struggles of Cabinda and Azawad, conflict over secession and separation continues to the present day. This is the first single volume to examine the historical arc of secession and secessionist conflict across sub-Saharan Africa. Paying particular attention to the development of secessionist conflicts and their evolving goals, this book draws on rigorous research to examine three waves of secessionist movements, themselves defined by international conflict and change. Using detailed case studies, the authors offer a framework to understand how secession and separation occur, how these are influenced by both preceding movements and global political trends, and how their ongoing legacies continue to shape African regional politics.

    Mobilizing Global Knowledge
    Refugee Research in an Age of Displacement
    Edited by Susan McGrath & Julie E.E. Young
    September 2019 336pp
    9781773850856 Paperback
    This examination of, and guide to, the challenges and responsibilities of doing research with displaced peoples while respecting their complex needs brings together academics and practitioners to reflect on a global collaborative refugee research network. Bridging scholarship on network building for knowledge production and scholarship on research with and about refugees, Mobilizing Global Knowledge brings together a vibrant collection of topics and perspectives. It addresses ethical methods in research practice, the possibilities of social media for data collection and information dissemination, environmental displacement, transitional justice, and more. This is essential reading for anyone interested in how to create and share knowledge to the benefit of the millions of people around the world who have been forced to flee their homes.


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