Library Connect April 2024 and ANZAC Day closure

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This edition of Library Connect has the usual listing of new books and a couple of articles for your interest.

The Library will be closed Thursday 25th & Friday 26th April. The 'click and collect' boxes are available in the Visitor Centre for returns.

The Library is normally staffed Mon - Fri 9.30 - 4.30 or Alex can be contacted by email or phone (02 6250 9480) if you need assistance.

Past issues of Library Connect are available on the library catalogue site.

For your interest

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Study finds botanical gardens offer "greater cooling effect" in cities compared to parks.
Amy Peacock | 12 April 2024

Megataxa, 2023; 010(1) p20-5
Policing the scientific lexicon: The new colonialism?
Rohan Pethiyagoda

New additions to the collection

The Robert Brown handbook: a guide to the life and work of Robert Brown (1773-1858), Scottish botanist / David J. Mabberley and David T. Moore; with the assistance of Jacek Wajer.

Pasture ‘weeds’ of the NSW tablelands / by Harry Rose, Carol Rose and Clare Edwards.

FernFlip: life-size guide to the common ferns of Tasmania / Rob Wiltshire & Paddy Dalton.

BryoFlip: life-size guide to common mosses & liverworts of Tasmania / Paddy Dalton & Rob Wiltshire.

Summary of proceedings [electronic resource]: Australasian Myrtle Rust Conference, Sydney, 21–23 July 2023, and workshop on selection and breeding for rust resistant plants, 26–27 June / R.O. Makinson.

Key to the native orchids of Western Australia [electronic resource] / Ramón Newmann and Andrew Brown.

Pocket guide: fungi of Randwick / Dr. Anna Voytsekhovich.

Aṟa-ku Kulini [electronic resource]: a digital storybook of the Uluṟu-Kata Tjuṯa National Park Management Plan for Aṉangu Tjuṯa

Piti (Central and Western Desert collecting bowl) and manguri (head-ring) [realia] / Minyma Aṉangu.

Photography for field work / by Steven Honeywood.

As we were: prose, poetry and people from Queensland's forest history / written and compiled by John R Huth.

As things were: trees and snippets from Queensland's forest history / John Huth.

As it was: forestry centres and camps in Queensland. Part one: Brisbane, Dalby, Gympie and Warwick districts / John R Huth.