3 edition of Vertebrate animals of Point Lobos reserve, 1934-35 found in the catalog.
Vertebrate animals of Point Lobos reserve, 1934-35
|Statement||by Joseph Grinnell and Jean M. Lindsdale ...|
|Series||Carnegie Institution of Washington publication, no. 481|
|Contributions||California State Park Commission|
|LC Classifications||QL164 .G73|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 159 p.|
|Number of Pages||159|
|LC Control Number||37005531|
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Vertabrate Animals of Point Lobos Reserve, on *FREE* shipping on qualifying cturer: Carnegie Institution of Washington. Vertebrate animals of Point Lobos reserve, Washington, Carnegie institution of Washington, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Joseph Grinnell; California State Park Commission.
Get this from a library. Vertebrate animals of Point Lobos reserve. [Joseph Grinnell; 1934-35 book M Linsdale; California State Park Commission.]. The opportunity to study the vertebrate animals of Point Lobos Reserve, in Monterey County, California, which came to us in the summer of was welcomed mainly for two reasons.
In the first place, we believe that the part taken by the animal life in state parks and particularly in Point Lobos Reserve is important and needs definition and. Vertebrate animals of Point Lobos Reserve,By Joseph Grinnell, Jean M.
(Jean Myron) Linsdale and California State Park Commission. Vertebrate Animals of Point Lobos Reserve, By Joseph Grinnell, Jean M. Linsdale. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Read preview Overview. is chronicled in the book, Verte-brate Animals of Point Lobos Reserve,hereinafter shortened to the name of the principal author, Grinnell.
A few of the apparent changes in. bird populations are not real, but instead are artifacts of changes in common bird names. Common names for birds are controlled by the American Ornithologists’ Union. Vertebrate animals of Point Lobos Reserve, – Carnegie Institution of Washington, Washington, D.C.
Diagnoses of seven new mammals from east-central California. Geology of Point Lobos 37 (Ralph W. Chancy and R. Bramkamp) V. A "Tree Island" of Monterey Cypress 39 (Willis L. Jepson) VI. A Pageant of Flowering Plants 45 (Herbert L. Mason) VII. Animals, Land and Marine 51 (Joseph Grinnell and Jean Linsdale) VIII.
Birds of Shore and Sea 61 (Joseph Grinnell and Jean Linsdale) IX. Predators that eat small mammals and birds – such as bobcats and gray foxes - can occasionally be seen in the Reserve. However, many animals that live in the Reserve only become active at late in the evening, at night, or in the early morning, when the Reserve is closed.
These include raccoons, skunks and dusky-footed wood rats. Vertebrate Animals of Point Lobos Reserve, Washington DC: Carnegie Institution of Washington, Softcover.
Good+. vi, pp + 39 (b/w illustrations from photographs), with frontispiece, folding map at rear. Light wear and soiling to wrappers, ownership signature, binding a bit loose; text clean. Ventral view of Scapanus latimanus. Photographcourtesy of the Archives, Museum of Vertebrate Zoology, University of California, Berkeley.
Reprinted with permission. Grinnell, Joseph, Vertebrate animals of Point Lobos Reserve,(Washington, Carnegie Institution of Washington, ), also by Jean M.
Linsdale and California State Park Commission (page images at HathiTrust). About the Author. Co-authors Monica Hudson, a Point Lobos resident and former interpreter for California State Parks, and researcher Suzanne Wood, a docent at Point Lobos, have created a beguiling pictorial history of the famous landmark/5(4).
The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community. Point Lobos Reseerve; State Park, California. Drury, Aubrey, If you are generating a PDF of a journal article or book chapter, please feel free to enter the title Author: Aubrey Drury.
Vertebrate animals of Point Lobos Reserve, Carnegie Institute of Washington: Grinnell, Dixon, & Linsdale: Fur-bearing mammals of California: University of California Press: Linsdale: Environmental responses of vertebrates in the Great Basin: American Midland Naturalist: Grinnell &. The research was published in as "Vertebrate Animals of Point Lobos Reserve".
Point Lobos nearly became a residential development before Preservationist Alexander McMillan Allen, the Save-the-Redwoods League environmental group and others began to buy back the residential lots in By it was added to the new state park system.
Text book of vertebrate zoology, (New York, Holt, ), by J. Kingsley (page images at HathiTrust) Lehrbuch der vergleichenden mikroskopischen Anatomie der Wirbeltiere / (Jena: Fischer, ), by Albert Oppel (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Elements of the comparative anatomy of vertebrates.
The research was published in as "Vertebrate Animals of Point Lobos Reserve". Point Lobos nearly became a residential development before Preservationist Alexander McMillan Allen, the Save the Redwoods League environmental group and others began to buy back the residential lots in By it was added to the new state park : FebruIndian Territory near Fort Sill.
books" Vertebrates (Cat ) (updated 16 January ) Vertebrate zoology. An introduction to the comparative anatomy, embryology, and evolution of chordate animals. p., figs, cloth; VA € 14 Vertebrate animals of Point Lobos Reserve, vi, p., frontispiece, 38 photographic pls, 1.
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Rules and Regulations.Vertebrate Animals of Point Lobos Reserve, by Joseph Grinnell and Jean M. Linsdale; and Point Lobos Reserve, by Newton B. Drury, (Reprint).Carton 1, Folder 4.Point Lobos and the Point Lobos State Natural Reserve is the "crown jewel" of California's state parks.
Australian-born artist landscape artist Francis McComas described the point as the "greatest meeting of land and water in the world." Adjoining Point Lobos is "one of the richest marine habitats in California." The ocean habitat is protected by two marine protected areas, the Point Lobos Governing body: California Department of Parks .