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Marine biology

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Article Thomas A. Jefferson (2023)
Marine mammals of the United States Exploring Expedition, 1838–1842: History and taxonomy. Archives of Natural History (pp. 101-117). (/isis/citation/CBB055288477/) unapi

Article P. G. Moore (2022)
Edward Emrys Watkin (1900–1978): Marine zoologist and educator. Archives of Natural History (pp. 364-371). (/isis/citation/CBB812896231/) unapi

Article Miquel Carandell Baruzzi (2022)
Mediterranean Dolphins from Miami: Knowledge and Practices in Barcelona Zoo's Aquarama (1962–1970). Centaurus: International Magazine of the History of Mathematics, Science, and Technology (pp. 751-772). (/isis/citation/CBB896954015/) unapi

Book Christoph Irmscher; Richard J. King; Subhankar Banerjee (2022)
Audubon at Sea: The Coastal and Transatlantic Adventures of John James Audubon. (/isis/citation/CBB337949965/) unapi

Article Sarah M. Hamylton; Pat Hutchings; Carrie Sims; et al. (2022)
The Australian Coral Reef Society: The last 40 years of a century working with Australia’s coral reefs. Historical Records of Australian Science (pp. 1-18). (/isis/citation/CBB348164448/) unapi

Article Pat Hutchings; Barbara E. Brown; Maria Byrne; et al. (2022)
The remarkable contributions of ten outstanding women to Australian coral reef science. Historical Records of Australian Science (pp. 19-35). (/isis/citation/CBB661040665/) unapi

Article Alex Souchen (October 2021)
An Exceptional Mortality: Dumped Munitions, Inconclusive Science, and the Mass Death of Oysters in the Thames Estuary after the First World War. Environmental History (pp. 696-723). (/isis/citation/CBB562504251/) unapi

Article Christine Y. L. Luk (2021)
Chen Ziying and Woods Hole: Bringing the Marine Biological Laboratory to Amoy, China, 1930–1936. Journal of the History of Biology (pp. 151-173). (/isis/citation/CBB789107849/) unapi

Article P. G. Moore; R. B. Williams (2021)
Charles Livesey Walton (1881–1953): From Marine to Veterinary to Agricultural Zoology. Archives of Natural History (pp. 139-156). (/isis/citation/CBB232750507/) unapi

Article Theodore W. Pietsch (2021)
Two unpublished photographic portraits of the American conchologist William Harper Pease (1824–1871). Archives of Natural History (pp. 175-178). (/isis/citation/CBB214830850/) unapi

Thesis Amy Lynn Coale (2021)
Portholes into a New World: The Contributions of Marine Studios, Florida to American Popular and Scientific Understanding of Marine Life. (/isis/citation/CBB857833574/) unapi

Chapter Ana Cristina Roque (2021)
A natureza e a geografia da África austral nos roteiros e diários de navegação portugueses do século XVI. In: Ciência, Tecnologia E Medicina Na Construção de Portugal. 1: Novos Horizontes (Sécs. XV a XVII) (pp. 197-219). (/isis/citation/CBB854121395/) unapi

Book Georges Cuvier; Theodore W. Pietsch (2020)
Tableau historique des progrès de l'Ichtyologie: Depuis son origine jusqu a nos jours [Historical Portrait of the Progress of Ichthyology: From Its Origin to Our Own Time]. (/isis/citation/CBB439200709/) unapi

Article Neal Woodman; James G. Mead; Michael R. McGowen (2020)
“Mostri Marini”: Constantine S. Rafinesque's names for three of Antonino Mongitore's Sicilian whales. Archives of Natural History (pp. 344-355). (/isis/citation/CBB404745436/) unapi

Article P. G. Moore (2020)
The Goodsir brothers from Fife, Scotland: Contributions to anatomy, marine zoology and Arctic exploration in the nineteenth century. Archives of Natural History (pp. 76-91). (/isis/citation/CBB205460184/) unapi

Article P. G. Moore (2020)
John Robertson Henderson (1863–1925): Scotland, India and Anomuran Taxonomy. Archives of Natural History (pp. 63-75). (/isis/citation/CBB816060321/) unapi

Article Eric Mills (2020)
“Too Late For Action.”: A.G. Huntsman, M.L. Fernald and the Belle Isle Strait Expedition of 1923. Scientia Canadensis: Journal of the History of Canadian Science, Technology, and Medicine (pp. 75-95). (/isis/citation/CBB593702370/) unapi

Book Karl S. Matlin (2020)
Why Study Biology by the Sea?. (/isis/citation/CBB454448532/) unapi

Article Sam Robinson (2020)
Early Twentieth-Century Ocean Science Diplomacy: Competition and Cooperation among North Sea Nations. Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences (pp. 384-410). (/isis/citation/CBB943683909/) unapi

Article Serpil Oppermann (2019)
Storied Seas and Living Metaphors in the Blue Humanities. Configurations: A Journal of Literature, Science, and Technology (pp. 443-461). (/isis/citation/CBB978539759/) unapi


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