2 edition of Report on the shore fishes, deep-sea fishes, pelagic fishes, collected by H.M.S. Challenger. found in the catalog.
Report on the shore fishes, deep-sea fishes, pelagic fishes, collected by H.M.S. Challenger.
Albert C. L. G. GГјnther
|Other titles||Shore fishes, deep-sea fishes, pelagic fishes, Challenger fishes|
|Series||Historiae naturalis classica, t. 28|
|LC Classifications||QL615 G84|
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Henderson, J. R., Report on the Anomura collected by HMS Challenger during the years Report on the scientific results of the voyage of HMS Challenger during the years Zoology i-vi, Henderson, J. R., & G. Matthai, On certain species of Palaemon from south India. Trans. Linn. Soc. London, second series, XVII, Zoology, Part II: Browne, E. T. Notes on some jelly fishes from Okamandal in Kattiwar collected by Hornell in (Report to the Government of Baroda on the Marine Zoology of Okamandal in Kattiawar). Part II. London pagation. Mayer, A. G. Medusae of the world.
American fishes; a popular treatise upon the game and food fishes of North America, with especial reference to habits and methods of capture. (New edition by . The shore fishes such as corbina and spotfin croaker are less common in the individual fisherman's catch. Over kelp beds where a man might have fished alone a decade or two ago, we may see 50 sport boats with a total of anglers.
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Report on the shore fishes procured during the voyage of H.M.S. Challenger in the years --Report on the deep-sea fishes collected by H.M.S. Challenger during the years --Report on the pelagic fishes collected by H.M.S.
Challenger during the years Get this from a library. Report on the shore fishes, deep-sea fishes, pelagic fishes. [Albert C L G Günther]. By C. Wyville Thomson. This book on the Dredging Cruises of H.M.S. Porcupine and H.M.S. Lightning argued the need for a global oceanographic expedition, which led to the H.M.S.
Challenger Expedition, under Wyville Thomson's direction. Preliminary Account: The Atlantic, Vol. I and Vol II () By C.
Wyville Thomson. This preliminary account of. Report on some of the physical properties of fresh water and of sea-water. By P. Tait. (Phys.-Chem. IV)--ii. Report on atmospheric circulation, based on the observations made on board H.M.S. Challenger and other meteorological observations.
By Alexander Buchan. (Phys.-Chem. V)--iii. Report on the magnetical results obtained by H.M.S. Challenger. Subjects: Challenger Expedition, Deep-sea fishes Report on the Phyllocarida collected by H. Challenger during the years View Metadata. Report on the shore fishes procured during the voyage of H.
Challenger in the years – Report on the scientific results of the voyage of H.M.S. Challenger during the years –76 under the command of Captain George S.
Nares and the late Captain Frank Tourle Thomson, R.N. Zoology. Full text of "Report on the scientific results of the voyage of H.M.S. Challenger during the years under the command of Captain George S. Nares, R.N., F.R.S. and Captain Frank Turle Thomson, R.N." See other formats.
The most intensive survey of shore fishes from all island groups of the Kermadec Islands was undertaken in May Additional fishes were recorded during surveys undertaken inand Report on the shore fi shes procured during the voyage of H.M.S.
Challenger in the years Jan ; Report on the deep-sea fishes collected by H.M.S. Challenger during the years Günther A () Report on the pelagic fishes collected by H.M.S. Challenger during the years – In: Report on the scientific results of the Voyage of H.M.S.
‘Challenger’ during the Years –76 under the Command of Captain George S. Nares, RN, FRS and the Late Captain Frank Tourle Thomson, RN, vol 31(78). pp 1–47, pls 1– (source: Nielsen Book Data) The scientific expedition of H.M.S.
Challenger in the s marks the starting point of physical oceanography. This ship traveled the seas of the globe pursuing a dual objective: to conduct an in-depth study of animal life and to.
Abstract. Several years ago, while engaged in a study of the fish fauna of the Arctic Seas, I often wanted to make a comparison with the fauna of the far South which, together with a striking development of endemism of notothenoid fishes (outwardly resembling our northern cottoids), contains true northern fish types, such as Zoarcidae, Liparidae, Agonidae and so by: Smithsonian Institution - Division of Fishes.
Anònim, Base de dades de la collecció de peixos del Museu de Zoologia de la Universitat de Copenhaguen. Museu Zoològic de la Universitat de Copenhaguen. Anònim, Base de dades de la collecció de peixos del Classe: Actinopteri.
The "Challenger" expedition found that deep-sea fishes occur down to depths of at least 2, fathoms (5, m). On the basis of his earlier expeditions, WyviUe Thomson had hoped that living representatives of such Mesozoic groups as ammonites and belemnites could be by: 2.
Oceanic ichthyology, a treatise on the deep-sea and pelagic fishes of the world, based chiefly upon the collections made by the steamers Blake, Albatross, and Fish Hawk in the northwestern Atlantic, with an atlas containing figures, (Washington, Govt.
Print. 11 December From A to Z in Eschmeyer’s Catalog of Fishes. The latest (4 December) version of Eschmeyer’s Catalog of Fishes li available species-level names.
The first name, alphabetically listed, is Callionymus aagilis, a dragonet endemic to Reunion and Mauritius and possibly the other Mascarene specific name translates as a- not, and agilis, swift. - Explore the seas with aquatic illustrations, featured in Opulent Oceans: Extraordinary Rare Book Selections from the American Museum of Natural History Library (Sterling Signature, ), the third in a series showcasing the spectacular holdings of the Rare Book Collection in the Museum Library, and written by Museum Curator Melanie L.
Stiassny pins. Descripció. Pot arribar a fer 13 cm de llargària màxima. Cos de color marró negrós al dors i més pàllid a la zona ventral. 9 espines i 9 radis tous a l'aleta dorsal i 2 espines i Classe: Actinopteri.
Oceanic ichthyology, a treatise on the deep-sea and pelagic fishes of the world, based chiefly upon the collections made by the steamers Blake, Albatross, and Fish Hawk in the northwestern Atlantic, with an atlas containing figures.
Special Bulletin U. National Museum, 2: Text: i–xxxv + 1–26 + 1–, Atlas: i–xxiii, 1–26, pls. Norman was still working on the collections from his own collecting expeditions, and so he allocated the amphipods to Stebbing, who published Report on the Amphipoda Collected by H.M.S.
Challenger during the Years – 76, volume 29 of the Challenger reports (, i–xxiv + pages + plates) (Mills b).
That volume was part of Cited by: 7. The Challenger Report on Deep Sea Deposits, published in by M u r r a y in collaboration with Professor A. R e n a r d of Ghent, was in every sense of the word "epoch m a k i n g ". This was the first attempt to deal with marine deposits as a whole and it became at once the standard text on this subject; it still largely remains so even Cited by: 2.Report on the Cumacea collected by H.M.S.
Challenger during the years – Zoological Reports of the Challenger Expedition 1–73, plates 1– Sars, G. O., ().Report of Deep Sea Researches carried on during the months of July, August, and Septemberin H.M. surveying-ship'Porcupine,' by W.
B. Carpenter, M.D., F.R.S., and J. Gwyn Jeffreys, F.R.S. (Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, ) Page 31 CHAP. I.] INNTROD UCTION. 31 the existence of abundant animal life at the bottom of the sea.