2 edition of Bibliography of literature: Puget Sound marine environment found in the catalog.
Bibliography of literature: Puget Sound marine environment
Eugene E. Collias
by Division of Marine Resources, University of Washington] in [Seattle
Written in English
On cover: Washington Sea Grant Program.
|Statement||by Eugene E. Collias and Alyn C. Duxbury.|
|Series||Aquatic land management series, 2, Washington sea grant publication,, WSG 71-6, University of Washington. Dept. of Oceanography. Special report 49|
|Contributions||Duxbury, Alyn C., 1932- joint author., Washington Sea Grant Program.|
|LC Classifications||Z6004.P6 C57, GC856 C57|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings)|
|LC Control Number||72611807|
The book is a collection of case studies documenting some of the many applications of marine GIS in the field today. Coastal and Marine Geo-Information Systems Applying the Technology to the Environment, Call number HTC (Book held at Hopkins and Branner). "Coastal habitats in Puget Sound a research plan in support of the Puget Sound Nearshore Partnership." Georgakopoulos, D., W. Prinz, A. L. Wolf, Association for Computing Machinery, A. C. M. Sigsoft and International Joint Conference on Work Activities Coordination and Collaboration ().
Pacific Northwest Collection: Research Ideas, Guides & Exhibits This exhibit looks at the Pacific Northwest, especially the Puget Sound country, and considers how the frontier experience in the Pacific Northwest differed from elsewhere in the country. Conservation & the Environment in the PNW : Anne Jenner. The Encyclopedia of Puget Sound is published by the University of Washington to synthesize and share scientific information about the Puget Sound ecosystem. Sections such as the Puget Sound Science Review provide peer-reviewed synthetic reports designed as a grounding for ecosystem-based management in the : Sara Huntington.
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Get this from a library. Bibliography of literature: Puget Sound marine environment. [Eugene E Collias; Alyn C Duxbury; University of Washington. Division of Marine Resources,; University of Washington. Department of Oceanography,; National Science Foundation (U.S.),; National Sea Grant Program (U.S.),].
Genre/Form: Bibliographies Bibliography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Collias, Eugene E., Puget Sound marine environment. Seattle: Washington Sea Grant Program: Distributed by University of Washington Press, © Chasan, Daniel.
The Water Link: A History of Puget Sound as a Resource. Washington Sea Grant. University of Washington Press. Collias and Duxbury.
Bibliography of Literature on Puget Sound Marine Environment. Washington Sea Grant Book WSG Division of Marine Resources. University of Washington, Seattle. Colvocoresses, George M. C-3 Attachment C: Annotated Bibliography Cooke Aquaculture, J Costa-Pierce, B.A.
and C.J. Bridger. The role of marine aquaculture facilities as habitats and ecosystems. Responsible Marine Aquaculture Too often the public is provided with a bleak image of marine aquaculture facilities as industrial waste. the History of Oceanography. Inwe have just completed our eighth, in Naples.
With only one exception, a significant book has resulted from each, or is in the works. This publication, History of Oceanography, now online, was new; now it has an established place in the field, partly as a venue for publications that might not otherwise.
worksheets, lesson plans, a vocabulary list, and a bibliography. This unit, designed for the juniior high level, present- the early Puget Sound Indian culture, emphasizing the importance of the water environment to their way of life.
It stresses the resourcefulness of these people in inventing the technology to utilize the natural. EPA/ February Socioeconomic Environmental Studies Series Environment A Bibliography of Social Science and Related Literature Office of Research and Development U.S.
Environmental Protection Agency Washington. INTRODUCTION Indexed in this bibliography are more than references to the literature of the marine waters of Washington State. In andrespectively, the Department of Ocean- ography, University of Washington, published comprehensive literature surveys of Puget Sound and Grays Harbor.
Items are arranged alphabetically by author, according to the name of the command. Naval War Records Office Stewart, Charles West. John Paul Jones Commemoration at Annapolis, Ap Washington, DC: US Government Printing Office, United States.
Chronological Tables: Decem November 6, Washington, DC: US Government Printing. Nautical fiction, frequently also naval fiction, sea fiction, naval adventure fiction or maritime fiction, is a genre of literature with a setting on or near the sea, that focuses on the human relationship to the sea and sea voyages and highlights nautical culture in these settings of nautical fiction vary greatly, including merchant ships, liners, naval ships, fishing vessels.
It is a daunting task to get decently informed on the findings of climate science. There are well over citations in this section of the bibliography, and this is a small sampling of an enormous literature. You will note that I have limited this section to resources published afterwith most from the past few years.
Adventures in Greater Puget Sound. Illustrated by Janice Veal. Northwest Island Assoc., 56 p. NW OVERSIZ ASHBACH ; R OVERSIZ ASHBACH ―An educational guide and activity book exploring the marine environment of Greater Puget Sound.‖ Averett, Edward. The Rhyming Season. Clarion Books, p. NW BIBLIOGRAPHY.
- M Ivlev, V.S., Experimental ecology of the feeding of fishes. New Haven, Yale University Press, p. M Loosanoff, V.L. Six part investigation of the problems faced by the orca pods in Puget Sound, due to poor regulations, uneven enforcement and ever-increasing negative human effects on the marine environment.
South Maury Island Island Environmental Issues substantive Wikipedia site on the gravel controversy, including extensive bibliography. Eugene E. Collias has written: 'Puget Sound marine environment' -- subject(s): Bibliography, Oceanography 'Physical and chemical data for Puget Sound and approaches' -- subject(s): Oceanography.
William M. McBride’s work on science and the Navy has accomplished much the same. In his work on the Navy’s “alliance” with academia he demonstrated the nature of the conversation, born in the 19th century, between university-based science and naval officers.
Indians and Europeans on the Northwest Coast: Historical Context The history of the late 18th and early 19th centuries in the Pacific Northwest is in many ways a story of convergence. It is the story of two groups of people—one European and one. Great deals on Illustrated Marine Life Environment, Nature & Earth Paperback Books.
Get cozy and expand your home library with a large online selection of books at Fast & Free shipping on many items. Puget Sound, as we know it today, owes much of its size and shape to massive ice sheets that periodically advanced from the north, gouging out deep grooves in the landscape. The most recent glacier advance, ab years ago, reached its fingers beyond Olympia.
The ice sheet, known as the Vashon glacier, was more than a half-mile thick in. Chasan, Daniel Jack. The Water Link: A History of Puget Sound as a Resource (Seattle: Washington Sea Grant, ).
An anecdote-filled account of how Puget Sound was used as a waterway, logging millpond, fishing site and dump. Appropriate for high school age students. Cronon, William. Puget Sound is large enough to offer the advantages of multiple perspectives, sophisticated technolo-gies, and a rich array of programs, yet small enough to preserve a relaxed, friendly atmosphere.
Students come to Puget Sound with diverse backgrounds and interests from nearly every state in the nation and from several foreign countries.Bibliography of Recent Books and Periodicals Covering Subjects in the Natural Resources Field Index Books, 64 Periodicals Air Pollution and Quality, 67 Coal, 68 Forest Resources, 68 Marine Resources, 68 Mines and Minerals, 71 Nuclear Energy, 73 Oiland Gas, 73 Public Lands, 79 Regulation, 79 Resources Generally, 82 Taxation, 82 Water Pollution.The Pacific Northwest (PNW), sometimes referred to as Cascadia, is a geographic region in western North America bounded by the Pacific Ocean to the west and (loosely) by the Rocky Mountains on the east.
Though no official boundary exists, the most common conception includes the Canadian province of British Columbia (BC) and the U.S. states of Idaho, Oregon, and Composition: British Columbia, Idaho.