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The Resource Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections : Volume 101

Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections : Volume 101

Label
Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections : Volume 101
Title
Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections
Title remainder
Volume 101
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
The present series, entitled "Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections," embraces all the octavo publications of the institution except the Annual Report. The scope is not limited and the volumes thus far issued related to nearly every branch of science. Among these various subjects zoology, bibliography, geology, mineralogy, anthropology, and astrophysics have predominated
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Cataloging source
LHL
Government publication
federal national government publication
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • technical reports
  • bibliography
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Smithsonian Institution
Series statement
  • Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections;
  • Publication / Smithsonian Institution
Series volume
  • v. 101
  • 3695
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  • Algae
  • Anthropology
  • Archaeology
  • Birds
  • Crustacea
  • Fossils
  • Insects
  • Insects
  • Mammals
  • Meteorology
  • Water vapor, Atmospheric
Label
Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections : Volume 101
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Some articles contain bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Publication 3637. An important weather element hitherto generally discarded : C. G. Abbot. May 27, 1941. 34 pp., 11 figures
  • Publication 3638. A new salmander of the genus Gyrinophilus from the southern Appalachians : M. B. Middleman and Harry G. M. Jopson. July 14, 1941. 5 pp. 1 plate
  • Publication 3639. Environment and native subsistence economies of the central Great Plains : Waldo R. Wedel. Aug. 20, 1941. 29 pp., 5 plates, 1 figure
  • Publication 3640. Diseases and artifacts on skulls and bones from Kodiak Island : Ales Hrdlicka. Sept. 25, 1941. 14 pp., 11 plates
  • Publication 3641. On solar constant and atmospheric temperature changes : Henryk Arctowski. Nov. 7, 1941. 62 pp., 33 figures
  • Publication 3642. Beetles of the genus Hyperaspis inhabiting the United States : Th. Dobzhansky. Dec. 31, 1941. 94 pp., 6 plates
  • Publication 3647. Archeological remains in central Kansas and their possible bearing on the location of the Quivira : Waldo R. Wedel. Jan. 15, 1942. 24 pp., 10 plates, 1 figure
  • Publication 3649. Bees of the family Hylaeidae from the Ethiopian region : T. D. A. Cockerell. Feb. 19, 1942. 15 pp
  • Publication 3675. Notes on some American fresh-water amphipod crustaceans and descriptions of a new genus and two new species : Clarence R. Shoemaker. Feb. 16, 1942. 31 pp., 12 figures
  • Publication 3676. Faunal content of the Maryville formation : Charles E. Resser. Feb. 13, 1942. 8 pp
  • Publication 3677. Amphipod crustaceans collected on the Presidential Cruise of 1938 : Clarence R. Shoemaker. Mar. 5, 1942. 52 pp., 17 figures
  • Publication 3678. The quantity of vaporous water in the atmosphere : C. G. Abbot. Mar. 23, 1942. 7 pp
  • Publication 3679. A new titanothere from the Eocene of Mississippi with notes on the correlation between the marine Eocene of the Gulf Coastal Plain and continental Eocene of the Rocky Mountain region : C. Lewis Gazin, J. Magruder Sullivan. Apr. 23, 1942. 13 pp., 3 plates, 1 figure
  • Publication 3680. Two new fossil birds from the Oligocene of South Dakota : Alexander Wetmore. May 11, 1942. 6 pp., 13 figures
  • Publication 3682. Fifth contribution to nomenclature of Cambrian fossils : Charles E. Resser. May 22, 1942. 58 pp
  • Publication 3683. The snow and ice algae of Alaska : Erzebet Kol. Sept. 19, 1942. 36 pp., 6 plates, 5 figures
  • Publication 3685. Developmental physiology of the grass seedling. 1. Inhibition of the mesocotyl of Avena sativa by continuous exposure to light of low intensities : Robert L. Weintraub and Edward D. McAlister. June 24, 1942. 10 pp., 1 plate, 4 figures
  • Publication 3687. A new species of sand bug, Blepharipoda doelloi, from Argentina : Waldo L. Schmitt. Aug. 10, 1942. 10 pp., 1 plate
Control code
ocn557385096
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
vi, 2 unnumbered pages
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o557385096
  • (OCoLC)557385096
Label
Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections : Volume 101
Publication
Bibliography note
Some articles contain bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Publication 3637. An important weather element hitherto generally discarded : C. G. Abbot. May 27, 1941. 34 pp., 11 figures
  • Publication 3638. A new salmander of the genus Gyrinophilus from the southern Appalachians : M. B. Middleman and Harry G. M. Jopson. July 14, 1941. 5 pp. 1 plate
  • Publication 3639. Environment and native subsistence economies of the central Great Plains : Waldo R. Wedel. Aug. 20, 1941. 29 pp., 5 plates, 1 figure
  • Publication 3640. Diseases and artifacts on skulls and bones from Kodiak Island : Ales Hrdlicka. Sept. 25, 1941. 14 pp., 11 plates
  • Publication 3641. On solar constant and atmospheric temperature changes : Henryk Arctowski. Nov. 7, 1941. 62 pp., 33 figures
  • Publication 3642. Beetles of the genus Hyperaspis inhabiting the United States : Th. Dobzhansky. Dec. 31, 1941. 94 pp., 6 plates
  • Publication 3647. Archeological remains in central Kansas and their possible bearing on the location of the Quivira : Waldo R. Wedel. Jan. 15, 1942. 24 pp., 10 plates, 1 figure
  • Publication 3649. Bees of the family Hylaeidae from the Ethiopian region : T. D. A. Cockerell. Feb. 19, 1942. 15 pp
  • Publication 3675. Notes on some American fresh-water amphipod crustaceans and descriptions of a new genus and two new species : Clarence R. Shoemaker. Feb. 16, 1942. 31 pp., 12 figures
  • Publication 3676. Faunal content of the Maryville formation : Charles E. Resser. Feb. 13, 1942. 8 pp
  • Publication 3677. Amphipod crustaceans collected on the Presidential Cruise of 1938 : Clarence R. Shoemaker. Mar. 5, 1942. 52 pp., 17 figures
  • Publication 3678. The quantity of vaporous water in the atmosphere : C. G. Abbot. Mar. 23, 1942. 7 pp
  • Publication 3679. A new titanothere from the Eocene of Mississippi with notes on the correlation between the marine Eocene of the Gulf Coastal Plain and continental Eocene of the Rocky Mountain region : C. Lewis Gazin, J. Magruder Sullivan. Apr. 23, 1942. 13 pp., 3 plates, 1 figure
  • Publication 3680. Two new fossil birds from the Oligocene of South Dakota : Alexander Wetmore. May 11, 1942. 6 pp., 13 figures
  • Publication 3682. Fifth contribution to nomenclature of Cambrian fossils : Charles E. Resser. May 22, 1942. 58 pp
  • Publication 3683. The snow and ice algae of Alaska : Erzebet Kol. Sept. 19, 1942. 36 pp., 6 plates, 5 figures
  • Publication 3685. Developmental physiology of the grass seedling. 1. Inhibition of the mesocotyl of Avena sativa by continuous exposure to light of low intensities : Robert L. Weintraub and Edward D. McAlister. June 24, 1942. 10 pp., 1 plate, 4 figures
  • Publication 3687. A new species of sand bug, Blepharipoda doelloi, from Argentina : Waldo L. Schmitt. Aug. 10, 1942. 10 pp., 1 plate
Control code
ocn557385096
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
vi, 2 unnumbered pages
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o557385096
  • (OCoLC)557385096

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