Charles M. Breder, Jr.: Dry Tortugas, 1929

Cantillo, A. Y. and Collins, E. and Clark, E. (2001) Charles M. Breder, Jr.: Dry Tortugas, 1929. Silver Spring, MD, NOAA/National Ocean Service/National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science, (NOAA Technical Memorandum NOS NCCOS CCMA, 150)

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Abstract

During the summer of 1929, Dr. Charles M. Breder, Jr., employed at that time by the New York Aquarium and American Museum of Natural History, visited the Carnegie Laboratory in the Dry Tortugas to study the development and habits of flying fishes and their allies. The diary of the trip was donated to the Mote Marine Laboratory Library by his family. Dr. Breder's meticulous handwritten account gives us the opportunity to see the simple yet great details of his observations and field experiments. His notes reveal the findings and thoughts of one of the world's greatest ichthyologists. The diary was transcribed as part of the Coastal Estuarine Data/Document Rescue and Archeology effort for South Florida. (PDF contains 75 pages)

Item Type: Monograph or Serial Issue
Title: Charles M. Breder, Jr.: Dry Tortugas, 1929
Personal Creator/Author:
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Cantillo, A. Y.
Collins, E.
Clark, E.
Series Name: NOAA Technical Memorandum NOS NCCOS CCMA
Number: 150
Date: 2001
Publisher: NOAA/National Ocean Service/National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science
Place of Publication: Silver Spring, MD
Issuing Agency: United States National Ocean Service
Additional Information: Center for Coastal Monitoring and Assessment; Mote Technical Report No. 802
Subjects: Education
Environment
Item ID: 2190
Depositing User: Patti M. Marraro
Date Deposited: 02 Jun 2009 19:10
Last Modified: 29 Sep 2011 19:38
URI: http://aquaticcommons.org/id/eprint/2190

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