3 edition of Biological investigation in Alaska and Yukon territory. found in the catalog.
Biological investigation in Alaska and Yukon territory.
Wilfred Hudson Osgood
|Statement||By Wilfred H. Osgood ...|
|Series||North American fauna,, no. 30|
|LC Classifications||QL155 .A4 no. 30|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||96|
|LC Control Number||agr09002302|
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Title. Biological investigation in Alaska and Yukon territory: I. East Central Alaska. The Ogilvie range, Yukon. III. The Macmillan River, Yukon /. About this Book Catalog Record Details.
Biological investigation in Alaska and Yukon territory. Osgood, Wilfred Hudson, View full catalog record. Rights: Public Domain, Google-digitized. Biological investigation in Alaska and Yukon territory: I.
East Central Alaska. The Ogilvie range, Yukon. III. The Macmillan River, Yukon. Get this from a library. Biological investigations in Alaska and Yukon territory: I.
East Central Alaska. The Ogilvie range, Yukon. III. The Macmillan River, Yukon. [Wilfred Hudson Osgood]. Best Books: Discover Alaska and the Yukon. From informative travel guides and stories of exploration to compelling tributes to the region’s wild places, this essential reading list dives deep into the history, natural environment and lure of Alaska and the Yukon Territory.
Biological investigation in Alaska and Yukon territory: I. East Central Alaska. The Ogilvie range, Yukon. III. The Macmillan River, Yukon / By Wilfred Hudson Osgood.
Abstract. no.3 Topics: Alaska, Animals, Internet resource. The U.S. is seeing a big spike in new COVID cases. With Americans allowed to travel through Yukon to Alaska, that has some in the territory worried.
Abstract. The Trichoptera recorded from the Yukon Territory now number species, constituting 11 per cent of the North American fauna north of Mexico. Present distribution known for each species in the Yukon is outlined, and biological information at familial and generic levels is briefly summarized.
For biogeographic analysis, evidence. Information current. Aug We're in Phase 3 of lifting COVID the latest video update.
For non-medical questions, email [email protected] or phone For medical questions or if you feel ill, phoneor launch the COVID self-assessment tool. The authors of the book note the number of new species records reported in this book, and these also show dramatic differences from west to east.
Only 15 new records were reported for Alaska (17% of the new total), compared to 6 for Yukon (8%), 15 for NWT (52%) and 8 for NU (80%). Biological investigations in Alaska and Yukon territory: A biological reconnaissance of the base of the Alaska Peninsula: Birds of the Marshall Field Peruvian expedition, Catalogue of birds of the Americas and adjacent islands in Field Museum of National History: Catalogue of the Edward E.
Ayer Ornithological Library. Home; Osgood's 'Biological Investigations in Alaska and Yukon Territory.' Osgood's 'Biological Investigations in Alaska and Yukon Territory.'. Author of Catalogue of the Edward E.
Ayer Ornithological Library, The white-tailed deer, The mammals of Chile, Mammals of the Collins-Day South American expedition, A peculiar bear from Alaska, The long-clawed South American rodents of the genus Notiomys, Results of a biological reconnoissance of the Yukon River region, Natural History of the Queen Charlotte Islands.
The territory was a part of Northwest Territory untilwhen it was given a separate organization, and the name Yukon from the mighty river bearing the same name.
Areasquare miles. Alaska in its greatest extent is included between the meridians of o west longitude and o west longitude, and between the parallels of 51 0 and.
Abstract. Mode of access: : Life zones and crop zones of New Mexico / Vernon Bailey, Washington: Govt. Print. Off., With: Revisions of the spiny pocket mice (Genera Heteromys and Liomys) / Edward Alphonso Goldman, Yukon Alaska Research - Life Sciences bibliographies - in Harvard style.
Biological Sciences, (), pp Journal. Temperatures of the past years inferred from lake sediments, southwest Yukon Territory, Canada - Quaternary Research.
In-text. - A young, curious Kodiak brown bear stops by a fishing camp for an investigation. Kodiak Island, Alaska. Photography by Joseph Classen.
This is a combination of scientific study of the wild sheep of Yukon Territory from to and a hunting saga and comes from the unusual perspective of a hunter interested in natural history and hunting adventure alike.
Sheldon traveled by steamboat, canoe, pack horses and on foot and encountered explorers in the course of his s: Andrew D. Miall, in The Sedimentary Basins of the United States and Canada (Second Edition), Yukon Territory and Northwest Territories.
Yukon Territory includes a large area of the continental margin that has been interpreted as a pericratonic terrane (Gabrielse and Yorath, ).This area, the Cassiar Platform, is thought to have been part of the original.
Alaska Congressional and Investigation. Bullinger-Pinchot Controversy, file,and Records of the Department of Justice, Record Group. The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) aimed to spur economic development of the West. After gold was found in the Klondike River of Canada’s Yukon Territory inthe USGS published a map of gold deposits in Alaska.
Gold discoveries in Nome and Fairbanks, Alaska, soon followed, luring thousands of prospectors to the sparsely populated region.A biological investigation of the Hudson Bay region () (2 F) A biological reconnaissance of the base of the Alaska peninsula () (5 F) A biological A biological survey of the Pribilof islands, Alaska () (6 F) B Biological investigations in Alaska and Yukon Territory () (4 F) A biological.
Birds of the Yukon Territory provides unprecedented coverage of the bird species of the Yukon. Lavishly illustrated with more than color photographs and hand-drawn bird illustrations, the book presents a wealth of information on bird distribution, migration and breeding chronology, nesting behavior, habitat use, and conservation s: 1.