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Biological results of the Snellius Expedition.

Biological results of the Snellius Expedition.

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Published by Brill in Leiden .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Biology.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: v. 23, p. 38-40.

    SeriesZoologische verhandelingen, uitg. door het Rijksmuseum van Natuurlijke Historie te Leiden, no. 115, Zoologische verhandelingen ;, no. 115.
    ContributionsBarnes, R. S. K., Snellius-Expedition (1929-1930)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL1 .L72 no. 115, etc.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5108174M
    LC Control Number74180605

    Proceedings of the First International Marine Biological Workshop: The Marine Flora and Fauna of Hong Kong and Southern China, pp. Chen, Q,-C., Studies on marine copepods by Chinese scientists during the last 35 years. In this study, a total of 67 species within 37 genera of seaweeds have been recognized. This total consists of 29 taxa of Chlorophyta, 12 taxa of Phaeophyta and 26 taxa of noncoralline Rhodophyta. This information is compared with those of the Siboga Expedition, the Danish Expedition, the Snellius-ll Expedition and the Buginesia-lll : Tania Thenu. The expedition was a gigantic effort a decade in the making and four years in execution, involving six ships and hundreds of personnel. Exploration of the Antarctic was a major part of the program. Early in , Wilkes investigated the vicinity of the Antarctic Peninsula: the results were of relatively little importance.   Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Pts. 1 and 4 published in Sept. , pt. 2 in Feb. ,and pt. 3 in Mar. Includes bibliographical references and indexes Pt. 1.


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Rhizocephala of the families peltogastridae and lernaeodiscidae. (Dissertation at the University of Leiden) by BAAL, IZAAK VAN and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Snellius Expedition was an oceanography expedition organized by the Dutch with emphasis on the fields of geology and oceanography in the waters of eastern Indonesia.

This expedition is famous as the largest oceanological expedition ever undertaken in these waters. The expedition was conducted by the Dutch navy ship, named HNMS Willebrord Snell, named after the Dutch. Jentina E. Leene (5 September – 28 October ) was a Dutch scientist who had an early career in zoology, specifically carcinology, was a science teacher and then a textile zoological work was highly regarded, especially her doctoral thesis on the swimming crabs of the genus CharybdisAlma mater: Amsterdam University.

Geological interpretation of the bathymetrical results --pt. Geology of coral reefs --pt. Collecting of the samples and some general aspects) / by Dr. Kuenen --v. Biological data / by H. Boschma. Other Titles: Scientific results of the Snellius expedition in the eastern part of the Netherlands East-Indies, De Bilt, the Netherlands, Vol.

6, and Vol. 7, LIPI-NRZ The Snellius-H Expedition Book 1 Scientific Pro- grammes. Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI) and The Nether- lands Council of Oceanic Research (NRZ), Jakarta and Amsterdam. LIPI-NRZ The Snellius-H Expedition Book 2 Operational by: Examples of alliteration in the book hatchet.Paleontology 'Biological results of the Snellius expedition XXX' -- subject(s): Classification, Foraminifera, Protozoa, Snellius-Expedition.

Exploring a sub-Antarctic wilderness: a personal narrative of the first biological and geological expedition to Marion and Prince Biological results of the Snellius Expedition. book islands / Brian J. Huntley. Barnes, R. (Richard Stephen Kent) Biological results of the Snellius Expedition by R.

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Abstract. Two galatheids, Allogalathea elegans (Adams & White, ) and Phylladiorhynchus pusillus (Henderson, ), are newly reported from Korean waters in material from around Jeju Island. The two genera, Allogalathea Baba, and Phylladiorhynchus Baba, are also reported from Korea for the first time. Now, the known Korean galatheids consist Author: Sang-Hui Lee, Sang-Kyu Lee, Sa Heung Kim, Won Kim.

Scientific results of] the Snellius-expedition in the Eastern part of the Netherlands East-Indies under leadership of P.M. van Riel. Vol III: Meteorological observations. Visser,S.W. Biological results of the Snellius Expedition. book Biological results of the Snellius Expedition, XXVI.

The Portunidae (Decapoda, Brachyura) of the Snellius Expedition (Part II). Zoologische Mededeelingen 49 (14): - Report on the Scientific Results of the “Michael Sars” North Atlantic Deep-Sea Expedition 3(7): 1– [View Pages] PDF is 29MB (also available in 3 parts) Takeda, M., J.

Hashimoto, and S. Ohta () A new species of the family Bythograeidae (Crustacea, Decapoda, Brachyura) from the hydrothermal vents along volcanic front of the. Banerjee, S.K. () Biological results of the Snellius expedition. XVIII. Biological results of the Snellius Expedition.

book genera Grapsus, Geograpsus, and Metopograpsus (Crustacea Brachyura). Temminckia [View Pages] PDF is 11MB Banner, A.H. and D.M. Banner () Contributions to the knowledge of the alpheid shrimp of the Pacific Ocean. Part V.

Barnes, R.S.K. () Biological results of the Snellius Expedition XXIII. The genus Biological results of the Snellius Expedition. book (Crustacea, Brachyura). Zoologische Verhandelingen, Leiden 3– Barnes, R.S.K.

() A redescription of Macrophthalmus latipes Borradaile, An ocypodid crab with portunid-like paddles (Decapoda, Brachyura). Crustaceana 25(3): – Jan Hofker has written: 'Maestrichtian, Danian and paleocene foraminifera' -- subject(s): Foraminifera, Fossil, Fossil Foraminifera, Paleontology 'Biological results of the Snellius expedition XXX.

Holthuis LB. The Stenopodidae, Nephropsidae, Scyllaridae and Palinuridae. The Decapoda Macrura of the Snellius Expedition I.

Biological Results of the Snellius Expedition XIV. Temminckia 7: (As thesis; Temminckia vol. 7 was published in ).

Holthuis LB. Buitendijk, A.M. () Biological results of the Snellius expedition V. The Dromiacea, Oxystomata, and Oxyrhyncha of the Snellius expedition. Temminckia 4: – [View Pages] PDF is MB Buitendijk, A.M.

() Biological results of the Snellius expedition XIII. On some Xanthidae, chiefly of the genus Platypodia Bell. Temminckia 6:   The harsh climate of the Gulf puts severe constraints on coral survival and, therewith, on biodiversity by restricting the number of coral species that can survive in the harsh conditions.

Despite this and despite being at the western high-latitude edge of Indo-Pacific reef coral distribution, the Gulf’s coral fauna is surprisingly by: Biological results of the Snellius expedition. XVI. The Pisces and Leptocardii of the Snellius expedition. Temminckia, Leiden 9: – Authored Taxa.

5 taxon names authored by Frederik Petrus Koumans (List may be incomplete) Plus: Genus-Group Names. Aspidophilus Koumans, ; Barbatogobius Koumans, ; Cottogobius Koumans. Hofker, J. () Biological results of the Snellius Expedition XXX. The Foraminifera collected in and in the eastern part of the Indonesian Archipelago.

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