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DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 

ON THE MANAGEMENT AND 

ECOLOGY OF FISHERIES 

Additional listings - 1952 p«55=^ 



DECl- 1952 

WOODS HOLE, MASS. 



SPECIAL SCIENTIFIC REPORT: FISHERIES No. 87 



UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 
FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE 



DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 

ON THE MANAGEMENT AND 

ECOLOGY OF FISHERIES 

Additional listings - 1952 p^^^^w^^ 



DECl" 1952 

WOODS HOLE, MASS. 



SPECIAL SCIENTIFIC REPORT: FISHERIES No. 87 



UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 
FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE 



Explanatory Note 

The series embodies results of investigations, usually 
of restricted scope, intended to aid or direct management or 
utilization practices and as guides for administrative or 
legislative action. It is issued in limited quantities for 
the official use of Federal, State or cooperating agencies 
and in processed form for economy and to avoid delay in 
publication. 



Washington, D- C. 
October 1952 



United States Dapartnent of the Interior, Oscar Lo Chapman, Secretaurj 
Fish and 'iVildlife Service, Albert U. Day, Director 



Special Scientific Report: Fisheries Noo 8? 

DOCTCRA.L DISSERTATIONS Of! THE MMGEHEMT AIID ECOLOGY OF FISHERIES 

"j'x.^ltional Listing 

Prepared in the Branch of Fishery Biology 



CONTENTS 



Introduction . . , = 
Crustacea o , . = . . 
Development = . . . . 
Diseases and Parasites 
Ecology ,.-...., 
Faunas and I^nuals 
Fish Poisons «... 
Food and Food Organisms 
Game Fish o . . . . . 
Historical Studies 
Hydrology . . . , . . 
Life History Studies 

Limnology . 

Management ..... 

Marine Fisheries . . 
Miscellaneous .... 

Morphology » „ . . » 
Oceanography . . . . 

Physiology . . . » . 
Plankton » , . » . . 
Pollution ...... 

Population ..... 

Seafood Poisons . . 
Shellfish , . . . . . 

Taxonomy ...... 

Techniques - Study and 
Values o o o , . , . 
Water Quality .... 

Author Index . • » . 
Colleges and Universities 



Hatchery 



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INTRODUCTION 



This is a revision of the Special Scientific Reports Fisheries 
No. 31» This list is composed of titles of doctoral theses vnritten 
between 193U and the 19^0-1951 school yearj on subjects related to the 
ecology and management of fisheries. Many theses are never published| 
therefore, the material contained therein is not available to fishery 
■workers. All theses are on file in the libraries of the institutions 
where they were accepted. Interlibrary loans can be arranged with 
almost all of these institutions. All titles have been taken from 
"Doctoral Dissertations Accepted by American Universities , 1933-193U" 
to "...1950-1951" (The H. W. Wilson Co., New York), Titles on wildlife 
have been published in Wildlife Review, Wo. 59, February 19^0, U, S. 
Fish and Wildlife Service, Neil Hotchkiss, Editor. 

The list is reasonably complete for doctors' theses through 1950o 
It is incomplete for doctors' theses in 19^1 and contains no masters' 
theses. Lack of published lists, our failure to examine some published 
lists, and our failure to secure solicited information account for this 
incompleteness. Information regarding omissions and errors, and insti- 
tions, theses, and publications, not included, is solicited. 



Compiled by W. F. Carbine 
Branch of Fishery Biology 



CRUSTACEA. 

(3ee~also POPULATION ^ Slobodkin) 

BANNERs Albert Henry o The Crustacea of the orders lifers idacea and 
Euphauoiacea of the Northeastern Pacific a PhD^ V/ashingtons 19Ulio 

BODENj Brian P. The crustaceans of the order Euphausiacea from 
the temperate north=east Pacific, with notes on their biologjo PhD,, 
California J Los Angeles^ 19^0 o 

BOVBJERGj, Richard Vo The ecological distribution of crayfish 
related to certain tolerances o PhD, ChicagO; 19^0= 

BROCKMANj, John k. , Jr. Studies on Dichroa f ebrif uga . A method 
for estimating chloride » Studies on Cambarus clarkiio PhDj California 
Tech.c, 19U8« 

BUSCHj Karl Henry. Embryology of the crayfishj Cambarus 
rusticus ^ Girardo PhD^ Ohio, 19Ulo 

CARL, George Co The distribution of Cladocera and free-living 
Copepoda in British Columbia with special reference to the Centro-- 
pagidae,, PhD, Toronto, 1937 » 

CLEMENS, Howard Po Life cycle and ecology of Gammarus fasciatus 
Sayo PhD, Ohio, 19^0 » 

CORRIVAULT, Georges ¥o Contribution a l«etude de la biologle du 
homard des eaux de la province de Quebec o PhD, Laval, 19U8o 

CRONIN, Lewis Eo The anatomy of the male reproductive system of 
the blue crab, Callinectes aapidus Rathbun,. PhD, Maryland, 19u6o 

DAVIS, Charles Carrollo The pelagic Copepoda of the northeastern 
Pacific Oceano PhD, Washington, i9U0„ 

EDWARDS, George Ao The influence of eyestalk removal on the 
metabolism of the fiddler crab, PhD, Harvard, 19U3o 

EDWARDS, Richard = Yorkt.own and Dupim Ostracoda of North Caro- 
lina and Virginiao PhD, North Carolina, 19.38o 

GOELLNER, Karl Eugene, The life cycle and productivity of the 
crayfish, Cambarus immonis Hagen. PhD, Michigan, 19U3o 

GOODNIGHT, Clarence J, A monograph of the Branchiobdellidae 
(Oligochaeta) of the American crfyfishes, PhD, Illinois^ 1939o 

GRAVE, Caswell, II, The lipides in lobster nerve, PhD, Washing- 
ton, St, Louis, 19Ul» 



CRUSTACEA - Continued 

HART, Josephine F. L. The larval and adult phases of certain 
hermit crabs (Anoraura) of British Columbiaj ivith special reference to 
characters significant in a study of their inter-relationships. PhD, 
Toronto J 1937 « 

HASLERj Arthur D. The physiology of digestion in plankton 
Crustacea, PhD^ Wisconsin, 1937 » 

HEATH o James Procter, The nervous system of the kelp crab: 
Puget,tia producta , PhD, Stanford, 19Ul<> 

HIATT, Robert Worth. The biology of a grapsoid crab, Pachygrap - 
sus crass ipes Randall. PhD, California, 19U2o 

HOBBS, Horton H. A contribution toward a knowledge of the 
crayfishes of Florida with special reference to their ecological and 
geographical distribution, PhD, Florida, 1914.0. 

HOFF, Clarence C. A contribution to the biology and taxonony of 
the ostracods of Illinois. PhD, Illinois, 19Ul<. 

JONES, Lowell L. Osmotic regulation in several Pacific Coast 
crabs and its relation to environmental factors. PhD, California, 
1939» 

LANG FORD 5 Raymond R. The distribution and utilization of the 
limnetic Crustacea of Lake Nipissing, Ontario. PhD, Toronto, 1936. 

LYLE, Clay. The crawfishes of Mississippi, with special refer- 
ence to the biology and control of destructive species. PhD, Iowa 
State ^ 193 8 « 

MACKAY, Donald C. G, The growth and life history of the Pacific 
edible crab, PhD, Stanford, I93I40 

MOOflE, James E, The Entomostraca of southern Saskatchewan. 
PhD, Toronto, 1950. 

OLSON, John Bo The pelagic cyclopoid copepods of the coastal 
waters of Oregon, California, and Lower California. PhD, California, 
Los Angeles, 195'0. 

ROBERTS, Tilden W. Light and certain endogenuous factors as 
regulators of coinraiinity activity for the crayfish, Cambarus virilis 
Hagen. PhD, Illinois, 19U2. 

TACK, Peter I. The life history and ecology of the crayfish 
Cambarus imrnunis (H agen). PhD, Cornell, 1939. 



CRUSTACEA - Continued 

TRiVIJS, Dorothy F. Calcium metabolism in the decapod Crustacea. 
PhD, Radcllffe, 1951. 

VAN DEVKJTER, William C. Studies on the biology of the crayfish 
Camfaarus propinquus, Girard. Abstract, Urbana, 9 p. PhD, Illinois, 
T9W. 

WEBB, Helen LL Diurnal variations of response to light in the 
fiddler crab, Uca. PhD, Northwestern, 19^0. 



DEVELOPIiffiNT 

(See also LIFB HISTORY STUDIES , Eschmeyer, Johnston? PHYSIOLOGY, 
Aronowitz, Clark, Foster) 

BAILEY, Sarah W. An experimental study of the origin of lateral- 
line structures in embryonic and adult teleostSo PhD, Radcliffe, 1936o 

DILDINE, Glenn C. Germ cell origin and migration and gonad 
histogenesis in the ovo viviparous teleost, Lebistes reticulatus » PhD, 
Northwestern, 193U. 

GRim, Wilbur W. The development of the fins of the goldfish 
(Carassius auratus ) . PhD, Ohio, 1937. 

JONES, Roy Wo Analysis of the development of fish embryos by 
means of the mitotic index. PhD, Oklahoma, 1937. 

MANERY, Jeanne F. Ionic changes in developing teleost eggs. PhD, 
Toronto, 1935. 

ROWLEY, Jean B. Discrimination limens of pattern and size in the 
goldfish Carassius auratus . Genetic psychology monographs, v. l^, 
no, 3, Mar, 193U. PhD, Columbia, 1935- 

SCRIIBHAW, Nevin Stewart. Embryonic growth in viviparous cypri- 
nodont fishes. PhD, Harvard, 19iil. 

SELF, John T. Analysis of the development of fish embryos by 
means of the mitotic index. PhD, Oklahoma, 1936. 

TA VOLGA, William N. Embryonic development of the platyfish 
( Platypoecilus ) , the swordtail ( Xiphophorus ) and their hybrids. PhD, 
New York, 19U9. 

WARNER, Edward Nelson. Studies on the embryology and early life 
history of the gizzard shad, Dove- err:. .s'^Gdianum, Le Sueur. PhD, Ohio, 
19U1. '- 



DEVELOPLIENT - Continued 

WARREN 5 Althea A» Some observations on the capsular membrane of 
the unfertilised eggs of fishes. PhD, Toronto, 19^0. 

WILLIAtB, Lyle L. A comparative study of the development of the 
liver in teleost fishes with special reference to the relation between 
liver and yolk-periblast. PhD, North Carolina, 1939= 



DISEASES AND PARASITES 

(See also TAXONOM , Kimpelj TECHNIQUES , Smith) 

BAKER, James A, Turberculosis of fish. PhD, Cornell, 1939. 

BENNINGTON, Elwin E. The life history of the salmon poisoning 
flvike, Troglotreraa salmincola (Chapin)„ PhD, Oregon State, 19^1. 

BONHAM, Kelshaw, Some monogenetic trematodes of Puget Sound 
fishes. Published as Notes on Microcotyle sebatisgoto from Puget Sound, 
Jl. parasitology, 23;28l-290, June 1937- PhD, Washington, 1937- 

BORGj Alfred F. Studies on rayxobacteria associated with diseases 
in salmonid fishes. PhD, Washington, 19U9. 

DEGIUSTI, Dominic Lawrence. The life cycle of Leptorthynchoides 
thecatus Linton an acanthocephalan of fish. PhD, Wisconsin, 19UU. 

DETURK, William Ernest. The parasites and commensals of some 
crabs of Beaufort, North Carolina. PhD, Duke, 19U0. 

ENGLES3ERG, Ellis. A biochemical and genetic study of several 
mutants of Pseudomonas fluorescens . PhD, California, 19^1. 

GRIFFIN, Philip J. Some nutritional requirements of a new member 
of the genus Hemophilus (H. piscium). PhD, Yale, 19^1. 

GUNTHER, Francis A. Fish-killing principles of Euphorbia ceae 
species Grot on californicus Iifall. Arg. and Eremo carp us setigerus Benth. 
PhD, California, Los Angeles, 19U7. 

HADERLIE, Eugene C. Parasites of the fresh-water fishes of 
northern California. PhD, California, 195lo 

HARDCASTLE, Aaron Bascom. The genus Eimeria , with special refer- 
ence to the species parasitic in marine fishes. PhD, Duke, 19U2. 

HART, John F. Cestoda from fishes of Puget Sound. PhD, Wash- 
ington, 1935 o 



DISEASES AND PARASITES - Continued 

KUPFERBERG, Alfred B. Streptocin, an antibiotic effective 
against Protozoa, PhD, Rutgers, 1951. 

LLOYD^ Lowell C. Some digenetic trematodes from Puget Sound 
fish. PhD, Vifashington, 1937. 

LO^«VELL, Ralph D. Studies on the host-parasite relationships 
between a tremtode Metacercaria (Posthodiplostonura spo) and a fish 
host. PhD, Illinois, 19U3. 

IffiYER, Marvin C. A revision of the leeches (Piscicolidae) 
living on fresh water fishes of North America. PhD, Illinois , 1939» 

MIZELLE, John D. New species of trematodes from the gills of 
Illinois fishes. Univ, of 111. Zoological laboratory contributions, 
no. U89. Published also in the American Midland Naturalist, 17? 785- 
806, Sept. 1936. PhD, Illinois, 1937. 

MONSMAj Edwin Y. A study of the water molds of the Lydell State 
fish hatchery at Corastock Park, Michigan. PhD, Michigan State, 1936.. 

MOORE, Donald Vincent. Studies on the life history and develop- 
ment of certain Acanthocephala of the order Archiacanthocephala 
(Meyer, 1931). PhD, Rice, 19i;2. 

NIGRELLI, Ross F. The morphology, cytology and life history of 
Oodinium ocellatum Brown, a dinoflagellate parasitic on marine fishes. 
PhD, New York, 1936. 

OPPENHEIIiER, Carl H. Some effects of hydrostatic pressure on 
marine bacteria. PhD, California, Los Angeles, 1951. 

RAUSCH, Robert L. Studies on the parasitic helminths of the 
North Central States. PhD, Wisconsin, 19U9. 

RUCKER, Robert Raymond. A study of saprolegnia infections among 
fish. PhD, Washington, 19UU. 

SCOTT, David M. The life history and ecology of the cod-worm, 
Porrocaecum decipiens (Krabbe) I878, in Canadian Atlantic waters. 
PhD, McGill, 1950. 

SEITNER, Philip G. Observations on the life history of Allocrea - 
dium ictaluri Pearse, 192U. PhD, Purdue, 1951. 

STEEN, Edwin B. Studies on the morphology, taxonomy, and life 
cycles of fish bladder flukes (Trematodas Gorgoderidae) .. PhD, Purdue, 
193 8 » 



DISEASES AND PARASITES - Continued 

TIDDj Wilbur Mo Studies on the life history of a parasitic 
Copepody Lemaea carassii Tiddo PhD, Ohio State, 1938o 

TIFFNEYj Welsey No A study of species of Saprolef^nia attacking 
fisho PhDj Harvard, 1936. 

WOODBURY J Lowell Angus, A quantitative study of parasites of 
fishes with special reference to Clinostofflum marginatum in the perch 
of Walsh Lake, Mchigano PhD, Michigan, I9UO. 



ECOLOGY 

(See also CRUSTACEA , Bovbjerg, Clemens 5 GAME FISH , Wilder) LIFE 
HISTORY STUDIES ^ Eschmeyer, Frey, Johnston, Koster, 
Odellj LILMOLOGY , Ball| PHYSIOLOGY , Aronowitz, Clark, 
Foster,- PLANKTON, Pierce") 

ANDREWS, Harry L. An ecological study of living forms in the 
kelp beds of Monterey Bay and Carmel Bay, California PhD, Illinois, 
19380 

BARDACHj John Eo Contribution to the ecology of the yellow 
perch ( Perca flavescens Mitchill) in Lake Mendota, Wisconsin o PhD, 
Wisconsin, 1950o 

BLAIR, Arthur Ao Factors affecting growth of the scales of 
salmon ( Salmo salar ) » PhD, Toronto, 1938. 

COLE, Gerald Ao An ecological study of the microbenthic fauna 
of two Minnesota Lakes. PhD, Minnesota, 19^0. 

DA VIES, Douglas M. The ecology and life history of blackflies 
(Simuliidae^ Diptera) in Ontario with a description of a new species. 
PhD, Toronto, 19h9o 

DENDY, Jack Stiles » The fate of animals in stream drift when 
carried into lakes. PhD, Michigan^ 19U3. 

DEXTER „ Ralph W. The marine communities of a tidal inlet at 
Cape Anne., Massachusetts! a study in bioecology. PhD, Illinois, 1938. 

DINEEN, Clarence F. An ecological study of a Minnesota pond. 
PhD, Mchigan State, 1951. 

DOAN, Kenneth Henry. Some meteorological and limnological 
conditions as factors in the abundance of certain fishes in Lake Erie. 
PhD, Ohio State, I9UI0 



ECOLOGY - Continued 

DOUDOROFF5 Peter, The resistence, reactions , and acclimatization 
of some marine fishes to changes of temperature, PhD, California, I9UI. 

ELSONj, Paul F, Effects of current, temperature and li^ht on the 
movements of speckled trout. PhD, Toronto, 1939^ 

PHENCH, John Winslow, The effect of temperature on the retention 
of a maze habit in fish, PhD, Princeton, 19U2o 

GRIBBLE, Lloyd R. Reactions of brook lampreys to various lights. 
PhD, West Virginia, 1935 « 

GUNTER, Gordon Pennington. Studies on marine fishes of Texas? 
relative abundance and cyclic behavior related to salinity and tempera- 
ture, PhD, Texas, 19U5'o 

HEWATT, Willis G, Ecological studies on selected marine inter- 
tidal communities of Monterey Bay. PhD, Stanford, 193$" 

KERSWELL, Charles James, Some environmental factors limiting 
growth and distribution of the quahaug, Venus mercenaria L, PhD, 
Toronto, I9UI" 

LAGLER, Karl Frank, Ecological studies of turtles in Michigan 
with special reference to fish management, PhD, Michigan, I9U0. 

LINDEMA.N, Raymond Laurel, Ecological dynamics in a senescent 
lake. PhD, Minnesota, 19Ul« 

MCDOUGALL, Kenneth Dougal. Sessile invertebrates of Beaufort. 
North Carolina, A study of settlement, growth and seasonal fluctua- 
tions among pile-dwelling organisms, PhD, Duke, 19U2, 

MARSHALL, Nelson, A study of the life history and ecology of 
Notropis chalybaeus (Cope) supplemented with data on other cyprinids 
in Florida^ PhD, Florida, I9UI. 

lilARTIN, William R, The mechanics of environmental control of 
body form in fishes, PhD, Michigan, I9H8. 

METCALF, Isaac Stevens Halstead, The influence of a shore com- 
munity on the destribution of certain fishes in Lake Erie with especial 
reference to the white bass, PhD, Western Reserve, I9UO0 

MOORE, George Azro, Studies on the adaptations of fishes to the 
silty waters of the great plains. PhD, Michigan, 19U2, 



ECOLOGY - Continued 

MOOREj Walter Guy» Studies on the oxygen requirements of certain 
fresh-water fishes, with special reference to winter conditions » PhD, 
Minnesota, I9IJI0 

PEMNAK, Robert W. The ecology of the psammolittoral organisms of 
some Wisconsin lakes, with special reference to the Tardigrada, Cope- 
poda, and Rotatoria o PhD, "ffisconsin, 1938. 

PERLMUTTER, Alfredo Variation of American North Atlantic marine 
fishes correlated with the environment. PhD, llichigan, 19^1 = 

PRATT, Harold Po Ecology of the trout of the Gunnison River. 
PhD, Colorado, 1938. 

REIFj Charles Braddock. A study of Minnesota stream communities. 
PhD, Minnesota, I9UI0 

RICKER, William E.. Studies of the limnological factors affecting 
the propagation and survival of the sockeye salmon, Oncorhynchus nerka, 
at Cultus Lake, British Columbia. PhD, Toronto, 193'51 

ROELOFS, Eugene Woodrov/, Water soils in relation to lake produc- 
tivity. PhD, Michigan State, 19U1. 

ROGERS, Harold M. The estuary as a biological habitat, with 
special reference to the smelt Osmerus mordax (Llitchill). PhD, 
Toronto, 1939 ■> 

SCOTT, Grace Winnifred Workman. Certain aspects of the behavior 
of frog tadpoles and fish with respect to temperature. PhD, Toronto, 
19h3. 

SHAPIRO, Sidney^ Geographic variation in Fundulus diaphanus, a 
Cyprinodontid fish. PhD, Ijlichigan, 19U7<. 

SMITH, George F., M. Some factors limiting the distribution and 
size of the starfish Asterias vulgaris (Verrill). PhD, Toronto, 1939. 

SOLMAN, Victor Edward Frick. The ecological relations of water- 
fowl with special reference to predatory fish. PhD, Toronto, I9I42. 

STARRETT, William C. An ecological study of the minnows of the 
Des Moines River, Boone County, Iowa. PhD, Iowa State, 19U8. 

TARZWELL, Clarence M. Environmental imporvement in trout streams; 
a problem in applied ecology. PhD, Michigan, 1936. 



ECOLOGY - Continued 

WALLEN, Irvin E. The direct effect of turbidity on fishes. 
PhD J Michigan, 1950. 

ZINN5 Donald Joseph. An ecological study of the interstitial 
microfauna of some marine sandy beaches, PhD, Yale, 19U2o 



FAUNAS AND MANUALS 

(See also CRUSTACEA , Carl; FOOD AND FOOD ORGANISMS , Bobb, Harden; 
HISTORICAL STUDIES , Rostlund; MISCELLANEOUS , Kilbyj 
TAXONOMY , Silva; 

ADDAIR, John, The fishes of the Kanawha river system in West 
Virginia and some factors which influence their distribution. PhD, 
Ohio, 19hS. 

BLACK, John David. The distribution of the fishes of Arkansas. 
PhD, Michigan, I9U0. 

CHAPMAN, Wilbert McL. Oceanic fishes from the northeastern 
Pacific ocean collected by the International Fisheries Commission. 
PhD, Washington, 1937. 

GERKING, Shelby Delos . The distribution of the fishes of Indi- 
ana. PhD, Indiana, 19144' 

GREENE, Carroll W, The distribution of Wisconsin fishes. PhD, 
Michigan, 193U. 

JOHNSON, Raymond Earl. The distribution of Nebraska fishes. 
PhD, Michigan, 19U2o 

KELLEY, Tim K. The commercial fisheries of Washington. PhD, 
Washington, 19U7. 

MILLER, Robert Rush. The fishes of the relict waters of the 
Pleistocene Death Valley stream system. PhD, Michigan, 19U5o 

RANEY, Edward C. The distribution of the fishes of the Ohio 
drainage basin of western Pennsylvania. PhD, Cornell, 1939. 

RICHARDSON, Laurence R. The fresh-water fishes of southeastern 
Quebec. PhD, McGill, 1935. 



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FISH POISONS 

DAVIDSON, Ralph Ho Field and laboratory studies of Derris as an 
insecticide o PhDj Ohio, 1935 » 

SMITH, Charles L, The causes underlying the rapid loss of toxic- 
ity of pyrethrum and derris insecticides after application and methods 
of retarding this decomposition » PhD, Rutgers, 1937 o 

TISCHLER5 Nathanielo Studies on how Derris kills insects. PhD, 
Rutgers, 1935 



FOOD AND FOOD ORGANISMS 

(See also CRUSTACEA ,' Hasler| LIFE HISTORY STUDIES , Britt; LIMNOLOGY , 
Gaufin, Jahoda) 

BOBB, Marvin Lo A contribution toward a knowledge of the aquatic 
and semi-aquatic Hemiptera of Virginiao PhD, Virginia, 1950, 

CLEVELAND, Maurice Mo Nutritive studies on white fish meals. 
PhD, Massachusetts, 193Uo 

CUMING3, Harry Wo, Jr, A histological study of the effects of 
vitamin E deficiency on the guppy, Lebistes reticulatus „ PhD, Illinois, 
19i|lo 

DONALDSON, Lauren R„ Experimental studies in the nutrition of 
the Chinook salmon with special reference to histological changes in 
the pancreas. PhD, Washington, 1939, 

DUNHAM, Donald Westo Studies on the ecology and physiology of 
the fresh-water jellyfish, Craspedacusta sowerbii o PhD, Ohio, 19U1. 

EVANS, Gertrude, The relation between \d.tamins and the growth 
and survival of goldfishes in homotypically conditioned water. PhD, 
Chicago, 19360 

FROHNE, William Co Limnological relations of insects to certain 
emergent aquatic plants o PhD, Michigan, 1937 » 

HARDEN, Philip Ho The stoneflies (Plecoptera) of Minnesota. 
PhD, Minnesota, 1950. 

HUNT, Burton Po A study of the life history, ecology and eco- 
nomic importance of a burrowing mayfly, Hexagenia limbata (Serville), 
in certain Michigan waters, PhD, Michigan, 1950. 



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FOOD AND FOOD 0RGANI31S - Continued 

JOHNSON 5 Walter H. The food and feeding of the herring (Clupea 
harengus Linn.), PhD, Toronto, 1937 • 

KINGj Robert H, An unidentified growth factor in condensed fish 
solubles, PhD, Purdue, 19h9' 

MCLAREN, Barbara A. The nutrition of rainbow trout, PhD, Wiscon- 
sin, 19U7» 

LIONK, Cecil Ray. Marine harpacticoid copepods from California, 
PhD, California, Los Angeles, 19h2. 

NEILAfiDS, John B. Studies on (l) vitamin and amino acid content 
of fish and meat products (ll) molybdenum toxicity in the rat (III) 
bound pantothenic acid, PhD, Wisconsin, 19U9» 

RICE, Nolan E. The nutrition of Flabellula mira Schaeffer. PhD, 
Duke, 193h- 

SIflTH, Mo Wo The fertilization of fresh water with an organic 
fertilizer, PhD, Toronto, 193U. 

VELASQUEZ, Gregorio T, On the viability of Algae obtained from 
the digestive tract of the gizzard shad, Dorosoma cepedianum (La 
Sueur), PhD, Michigan, 1939. 



GAME FISH 

(See also ECOLOGY , Bardach; LIFE HISTORY STUDIES , Eschmeyer, Roycej 
TAXONOMY , Mottley) 

CARLANDER, Kenneth Dixon. The walleyes Strizostedion vitreum 
vitreum (Mitchill), of Lake of the Woods, with especial reference to 
the commercial fisheries. PhD, Minnesota, 19U3. 

GREETJBERG, Bernard. Some relations between territory, social 
hierarchy, and leadership in the green sunfish, PhD, Chicago, 19U7o 

LANGLOIS, Thomas H. A study of the small-mouth bass Micropterus 
dolomieu Lacepede in rearing ponds in Ohio, PhD, Ohio, 193TI 

MCCRIfffl;;ON, Hugh R, The survival of planted salmon ( Salmo salar ) 
in streams, PhD, Toronto, 19U9. 

SCOTT, Donald C, A study of a stream population of rock bass. 
PhD, Indiana, I9U8, 



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GAME FISH - Continued 

SIGLER, iVilliam Fo The life history and management of the white 
bass Lepibema chrysops (Rafinesque), in Spirit Lake, Iowa, PhD, Iowa, 
19l;7» 

TifTLDERj, Donald George, A comparative study of anadroraous and 
fresh-water populations of the eastern speckled trout (Salvelinus 
fontlnalis), PhD, Toronto, 19UU. 



HISTORICAL STUDIES 

HEWES> Gordon W, Aboriginal use of fishery resources in North- 
western North America, PhD, California, 19U7'> 

R03TLUND, Erhard, A distribution study of fresh-water fish and 
fishing in aboriginal America north of Mexico. PhD, California, 1951 • 



HYDROLOGY 

(See also ECOLOGY , Roelofs) 

COBLENTZ, Jacob Mchael. Some characteristics of bacteria from 
surface water supplies. PhD, Iowa State, 19U2. 

COLEMAN, Edward Abenheim, Interrelations of soil and water 
during infiltration, PhD, California, 19^2. 

DOBBINS, William Earl, Study of the effect of turbulence on 
sedimentation, PhD, Massachusetts Tech., 19^2. 

HICKOX, George H. Evaporation from a limited free water surface. 
PhD, California, 19U0, 

HSIA, Chen Huan. A study of transportation of fine sediments by 
flowing water, PhD, Iowa, 19hh' 

MCNOWN, John Stephenson. A study of fluid turbulence and sand 
transportation caused by the flow of water in an open channel. PhD, 
Minnesota, 19U2, 

TU, Yun Cheng. Transportation of sediment by flowing water. 
PhD, Iowa, 193Uo 

VANONI, Vito August. Experiments on the transportation of sus- 
pended sediment by water. PhD, California Tech., 19liO. 



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LIFE HISTORY STUDIES 

(See also CRUSTACEA , Clemens; i!,COLCGY, Davies, Jfershallj GAME FISH , 
Sigler; MORPHOLOGY , Caraway 

ANDREWS, Theodore F. The life history, distribution, growth, and 
abundance of Leptodora kindtii (Focke) in western Lake Erie, PhD, Ohio, 
19U8 

APPLEGATE, Vernon C. Natural history of the sea lamprey, Petro - 
myzon marinus , in Michigan, PhD, Michigan, 19^0, 

ARORA, Harbans L, An investigation of the California sand dab, 
Citharichthys sordidus (Girard), PhD, Stanford, 19U9. 

BRITT, Noah W, The life history and ecology of the white May 
fly, Ephoron album Say, in Lake Erie. PhD, Ohio, 19^1 » 

BUCK, David H, Early liranological and fish population conditions 
of Canton Reservoir, Oklahoma, with special reference to the white 
crappie, black crappie, northern carp-sucker, buffalo, and white bass, 
and fishery management recommendations. PhD, Oklahoma A, and M,, 1951. 

CALHOUN, Alexander John, The biology of the black-spotted trout 
( Salmo clarkii henshawi Gill and Jordan) in two Sierra lakes. PhD, 
Stanford, 19U3 • 

COOPER, Edwin L. Age and growth of brook trout, Salvelinus 
fontinalis (Mitchill), Mchigan. PhD, Michigan, 19U9. 

CROSS, Frank B, Early liranological and fish population condi- 
tions of Canton Reservoir, Oklahoma, with special reference to carp, 
channel catfish, largemouth bass, green sunfish, and bluegill, and 
fishery management recommendations. PhD, Oklahoma A, and M, , 1951. 

DAIBER, Franklin C. The life history and ecology of the sheeps- 
head, Aplodinotus grunniens Rafinesque, in western Lake Erie, PhD, 
Ohio, 1951. 

DEA30N, Hilary J. Morphometric and life history studies of the 
pike-perches, Stizostedion , of Lake Erie, PhD, Michigan, 1936, 

DEFOLIART, Gene R, The life histories, identification and con- 
trol of blackflies (Diptera: Simuliidae) in the Adirondack Mountains. 
PhD, Cornell, 1951. 

DELACY, Allan Clark. Contributions to the life histories of two 
Alaska chars : Salvelinus malma (Walbaum) and Salvelinus alpinus 
(Linnaeus), PhD, Washington, 19U2. 



iU 



LIFE HISTORY STUDIES - Continued 

ESCHtlEYERs Paul R., Reproduction and migration of the yellow 
pikeperchj Stizostedion vitreum vitreum , in Michigan. PhDj Michigan, 
19U9» 

FAHYj William E. The life history of the northern greens ide 
darter 5 Etheostoma blBnniodes blennioides Rafinesque. PhD^ Rochester, 
1951. 

FREYj David Grovero Growth and ecology of the carp, Cyprinus 
carpio, Linnaeus ^ in four lakes of the Madison region, Wisconsin, 
PhDj Wisconsin, I9U0. 

GOVINDAN, Pitchaimuthu , The age and growth of the Great Lakes 
Cisco, Leucichthys artedi (Le Sueur) from Saginaw Bay, Green Bay, and 
Grand Traverse Bayo PhD, Michigan State, 19^1 o 

HARRINGTON J Robert Wo, Jr. A contribution to the biology of 
bridled shiner, Notropis bifrenatus (Cope)» PhD, Cornell, 19U7. 

HARTMEN, Willard Do The natural history of the marine sponges 
of southern New England o PhD, Yale, 19^0. 

JHINGRAN, Vishwa Go A contribution to the biology of the Klamath 
black dace, Rhinichthys os cuius klamathensis (Evermann and Meek). PhD, 
Stanford, 19U9o 

JOBES, Frank Watkins o Age and growth of the yellow perch, Perca 
flavesceniS- i..(L:itchill) , in Lake Erie. PhD, Michigan, I9UO0 

JOHNSTON, Perry Mo Early development of the largemouth black 
bass, Micropterus salmoides salmoides (Lacepede) and the history of 
the germ cells through the period of sex differentiation. PhD, Michi- 
gan, 19U9<. 

KASK, John Lo Studies in migration, fishing mortality, and 
growth in length of the Pacific halibut, Hippoglossus hippoglossus , 
from marking experiments . PhD, Washington, 1936 o 

KENNEDY, William Alexander. The whitefish, Coregonus clupea - 
formis (Mitchill) of Lake Opeongo, Algonquin Park, Ontario. PhD, 
Toronto, 19Ulo 

KLEEREKOPER, Herman. The biology of the atherinid fish Odontes - 
thes bonariensis (Valenciennes) in northeastern Rio Grande do Sul, 
BraziTI PhDj Michigan, 1950. 

KOSTER, William J. The life-history and ecology of the sculpins 
(Cottidae) of central New York. PhD, Cornell, 1936. 

15 



LIFE HISTORY STUDIES - Continued 

KRUMHOLZ, Louis Augustus. The biology of the Western mosquito- 
fish, Gambus ia affinis affinis (Baird and GirardJ., in northern Illinois 
and southern Michigan, PhD, Michigan, 19h^' 

LA.CHNER, Ernest A. Studies of the biologj^ of the chubs (genus 
Nocomis , family Cyprinidae) of Northeastern United States, PhD, 
Cornell, 19U7o 

LARIMORE, Richard W, Life history of the warmouth, Chaenobryttus 
coronarius (Bartram). PhD, Michigan, 1950. 

IiiARCOTTE, Alexandre, Notes sur la biologie de I'eperlan de la 
province de Quebec, PhD, Laval, 19U7» 

MILLER, Richard G, The natural history of Lake Tahoe fishes. 
PhD, Stanford, 1951. 

MORROW, James E,, Jr.. Life history of the long-horned sculpin, 
l^oxocephalus octodecimspinosus . PhD, Yale, 19U9- 

ODELL, Theodore T, The life history and ecological relationships 
of the alewife Pomolobus ps eudohar engus Wilson in Seneca Lake, New 
York, PhD, Cornell, 193U. 

ORCUTT, Harold G, Life history of the starry flounder, Platich - 
thys stellatus (Pallas), PhD, Stanford, 19U9-. 

PAUL, Allard A. Life history studies of North American fresh- 
water Polystomes, PhD, New York, 1938. 

PERRY, Lo Edward, Biology and economic significance of the peak- 
nose Cisco of Bear Lake, Idaho and Utah. PhD, Michigan, 191^- 

PFEIFFER, Roman A. Studies on the life history of the rosyface 
shiner, Notropis rubellus (Agassiz). PhD, Cornell, 19U7'' 

PRASAD, Rama V, R, The life history of Clevelandia ios (Jordan 
and Gilbert), PhD, Stanford, 19U8. 

ROYCE, William Francis, The reproduction and studies on the life 
history of the lake trout Cristivomer namaycush namaycush (Walbaum). 
PhD, Cornell, 19U3» 

SCHLOEMER, Clarence L, The age and rate of growth of the blue- 
gill, Helioperca macrochlra (Raf inesque ) , PhD, Wisconsin, 1939. 



16 



LIFE HISTORY STUDIES - Continued 

SHETTER^ David S» Contributions to the natural history of some 
game fishes of Michigan , particularly the brook trout p Salvelinus f „ 
fontinalis (Mitchill)^ as determined by tagging experiments „ PhD," 
Michigan 5 193 7 <■ 

SPOOR J William A. The age and growth of the sucker,. Catostomus 
commersonii Lac^pfede, in Muskellunge Lake, Vilas County, Wisconsin. 
PhD, Wis cons in 5 1936 » 

STONE, Udell Bennett- Studies on the biology of the satinfin 
minnows Notropis analostanus and No ti- op is spilopterus . PhD, Cornell, 
I9UO0 

TILLERj Richard Eo A five-year study of the striped bass fishery 
of Maryland based on scale analyses of four successive year classes. 
PhD, Maryland, 19U7e 

UNDERHILL5 Adna Ho Studies on the life history of the chain 
pickerel Esox niger Le Sueur. PhD, Cornell, I9U8. 

VAN CLEVE, Richard. Distribution and early life history of the 
halibut, PhD, Washington, 1937. 

WALKER, Boyd Y{. Periodicity of spawning by the grunion, Laures - 
thes tenuis , an atherine fish. PhD, California, Los Angeles, 19U9« 



LBMOLOGY 

(See also ECOLOGY, Cole, Dineen, Doan, Lindeman, Reif, Rickerj FOOD 
AND FOOD ORGANISMS , Bobb, Harden, Hunt) LIFE HISTORY 
STUDIES, Britt, Buck, Cross j MISCELLANEOUS , McGahaj 
PLMKTON, Hohn, MacKayj TAXOTJOMY, Ranzoni, Silva) 

ADAIE, James R. The biotic cycles in northern pond communities. 
PhD, McGill, I9UI0 

ANDREWS, Jay D. The macroscopic invertebrate populations of the 
larger aquatic plants in Lake Mendota. PhD, Wisconsin, 19U7- 

BALL, Robert Cragin. Relationship of the invertebrate fauna to 
the fish population in Third Sister Lake, Washtenaw County, Michigan, 
PhD, Michigan, 19U3o 

BENNETT, George W, Limnological investigations in Wisconsin and 
Nebraska, PhD, V/isconain, 1939, 



17 



LIMMOLOGY - Continued 

BERG 5 Clifford Oo Limnological relations of insects to plants of 
the genus Potaraogeton , PhDj Michigan, 19U9-. 

BRADFIEIiD, Herbert H. Pennsylvanian Qstracoda of the Ardmore 
basin 5 Oklahoma. PhD, Indiana, 193k- 

BRITTON, I&x Eo Distribution of algae in the Chicago region. 
PhD,, Northwestern, 19Ulo 

BROOKS, John L. Cyclomorphosis in limnetic races of the genus 
Daphnia found in eastern North America. PhD, Yale, 19U6« 

BROTO, Walter H. Plant communities of Illinois lakes. PhD, 
Illinois, 1939<. 

BRUNSON, Royal B. Life history, ecology, and taxonomy of certain 
North American fresh-water Gastrotricha. PhD, Michigan, 19U7o 

CALENHUSEN, Alfrons J. Part I. Some aquatic and sub-aquatic 
plants from the region of Glacier Lake, Wisconsin, '°art II, Secondary 
successions on the peat lands of Glacial Lake, Wisconsin, PhD, Wiscon= 
sin, 19U8. 

CORKILL, James M. B. I. The seasonal variations of temperature 
and dissolved oxygen in Lake Nipissing. 11. The oxygen supply of 
lake water. PhD, Toronto, 1935 » 

CROASDALE, Hannah T. The fresh water algae of Woods Hole, 
Jfessachusetts. PhD, Pennsylvania, 1935. 

DAGGY, Richard Henry. Taxonomic and biological investigations on 
Minnesota mayflies (Ephemeroptera). PhD, Minnesota, 19U2o 

DAWLEY, Charlotte Webster. Distribution and growth studies of 
the Unionidae and aquatic Gastropoda found in Minnesota, PhJ), Minne- 
sota, 19U5. 

DEEVEY, Edward S,, Jr. Typological succession in Connecticut 
lakes. PhD, Yale, 1938. 

ELLIS, John M, The morphology, division and conjugation of the 
salt marsh clliate, Fabrea salina Henneguy. PhD, California, 193U» 

ESCHJffiYER, Reuben W. A limnological and fish survey of the lakes 
in the Pigeon River State Forest, Michigan, with experiments in fish 
management, an analysis of the fish yield and a special study of 
stunted perch populations. PhD, Michigan, 1937. 



18 



LIMNOLOGY -■ Continued 

FELINj Frances Edna, The seasonal fluctuation of benthic macro- 
fauna and limnetic plankton in Sears ville Lake. A contribution to the 
biology of fluctuating reservoirs. PhDy Stanford, I9I4O, 

FINKLE5 Bernard J. Studies on chlorophyll formation and growth 
of green algae, PhDj California, Los Angeles, 19^0. 

CALLER, Signey R. A limnological investigation of acid ponds 
with partdcular reference to the factors influencing the distribution 
and abundance of the phytoplankton, PhD, Maryland, I9U80 

GARCIA -DIAZ, Julio. An ecological survey of the fresh water 
insects of Puerto Rico. I, The Odonataj with nevi life-histories, 
PhD, Cornell, 1937= 

GAUFIN, Arden R, Production of bottom fauna in the Provo River, 
Utah. PhDj Iowa State, 1951. 

GREENBANK, John Thomas. Limnological conditions in ice-covered 
lakes, especially as related to winter-kill of fish. PhD, Michigan, 
19UU. 

• HANSEN, Harold W. Developmental morphology of Lotus corniculatus 
L. PhD, Iowa State, 19U9. 

HARP3TER, Hilda T, An investigation of the gaseious plastron as 
a respiratory mechanism in certain adult aquatic Coleoptera. PhD, 
Michigan, 1939 » 

HARRIS^ Joseph Pollard. Mechanical effects of water turbulence 
on certain fresh-water plankters. PhD, Michigan, 19U2. 

HATCHETT, Stephen Pinckney. Biology of the Isopoda of Michigan. 
PhD, Michigan, 19U3. 

HIRST, John Mendel. A limnological survey of the streams of the 
East Tionesta Tract, Allegheny National Forest, McKean and Warren 
Counties, Pennsylvania. PhD, Pittsburgh, 19Ul» 

HOFFMAN, Carl E. A limnological investigation of some northern 
Michigan Donaciini (Chrysomelidae: Coleoptera), PhD, Michigan, 1938. 

HOOPER, Frank F. The summer standing crop of a small Minnesota 
lake. PhD, Minnesota, I9U8. 

HOTCHKISS, Arland T, Studies in the algae of Bergen Swamp, New 
York, PhD, Cornell, 19^0, 



19 



LIMNOLOGY - Continued 

HUGHES, Elwyn Owen. FreshHiiiater algae of the maritime provinces. 
PhD, Ohio, 19U3. 

IDE Fo P« Tlie effect of temperature on the distribution of the 
Mayfly (Epheraeroptera) fauna of a stream. Post embryological develoi- 
ment of Ephemeroptera (Mayflies) external characters only. PhD, 
Toronto, 193U. 

IRWIN, William Henry. The Culicinae of certain northern IVIichigan 
bog mats with special reference to the limnological dynamics influenc- 
ing their production. PhD, Michigan, I9U0. 

JAHODA, William J. Seasonal difference in distribution of 
Diaptomus (Copepoda) in western Lake Erie. PhD, Ohio, 19U9. 

JOA, Chin-Chih. Studies on the freshwater algae of China. PhD, 
Michigan, 1935. 

JOHNSON, Karl Richard, Plant ecology of northwestern Colorado 
lakes and surrounding areas. Abstract in University of Colorado 
studies , XXVI; 2:77-80, 1939. PhD, Colorado, 19U0. 

JOHNSON, I^chyle W. A study of the nucleoli of certain insects 
and crayfish. PhD, Indiana, 1936. 

JOHNSON, Vfendell L. Limnological studies of a new artificial 
lake in southwestern Indianau PhD, Indiana, I9UU. 

JONES, Sara E. An ecological study of large aquatic plants in 
small ponds. PhD, Wisconsin, 19U8. 

LAING, Harlow E. Oxygen requirement for respiration and growth 
of Nuphar advenum (Ait.) and other aquatic plants. PhD, Michigan, 1939« 

LEAKE, Dorothy Van Dyke. The algae of Crystal lake, Cleveland 
County, Oklahoma. PhD, Oklahoma, 19UU. 

LYMAN, Frederick Earle. Limnological investigations of the 
Emphemeroptera in Douglas Lake, Cheboygan County, Michigan, with 
special reference to the distribution of immature stages. PhD, Michi- 
gan, I9UO. 

MAGRUDER, Samuel R. The anatomy and histology of the fresh 
water prosobranch gastropod, Pleurocera caniculatum undulatum Say. 
PhD, Cincinnati, 193 U- 



20 



LIMNOLOGY - Continued 

MARSHALL J Anna Co A qualitative and quantitative study of the 
Trichoptera of western Lake Erie (as indicated by light trap material). 
PhD, Ohio, 1939 o 

MILLERj Richard B. The ecology of the Chrionomidae of Costello 
Lake, Ontario, with a note on Corethra ( Chaoborus ) punctipennis „ PhD, 
Toronto, 193 9 » 

MOFFETT, James Wo A limnological investigation of the dynamics 
of a barren, sandy, wave-swept shoal in Douglas Lake, Michigan » PhD, 
Michigan, 1939. 

MOORE, George Mo A limnological investigation of the microscopic 
benthic fauna of Douglas Lake, Michigan » PhD, Michigan, 1938 o 

ITOYLE, John Bo The larger aquatic plants of Minnesota and the 
factors determing their distribution. PhD, Minnesota, 1939o 

NEELj Joe K. A limnological investigation of the psammolittoral 
zone in Douglas Lake, Michigan, with especial reference to shoal and 
shoreline dynamics o PhD, Mibhigan, 19U7» 

PHILSON^ Paul Jo The freshwater alg of North and South Carolina. 
I. Cyanophyceae o PhD, Minnesota, 1935» 

PRATT, David Mariottio The influence of temperature on populatl'on 
development in Daphnia . PhD, Harvard, 19U3. 

RAYMOND, Iferion R. A limnological study of the plankton of a 
concretion-forming marl lakeo PhD, Michigan, 1936. 

RILEY, Gordon Ao The copper cycle in natural waters and its 
biological significance. PhD, Yale, 1937 • 

ROGICKj Mary D. The freshwater Bryozoa of Lake Erie. PhD, Ohio, 
193Uo 

3ANF0RD, Katherine K. The effect of temperature on the expression 
of inters exuality in Daphnia longispina . PhD, Brown, 19U3o 

SARGEl^JT, Marston C. Aspects of the physiology of blue-green Algae. 
PhD, California Tech,, 193Uo 

SCHULT2, Vincent Bo A limnological study of a farm pond. PhD, 
Ohio, 1950, 



21 



LIMNOLOGY - Continued 

SPRULES, William Membery. Factors affecting the distribution of 
aquatic insects in the Ifedawaska River system, Ontario. PhD, Toronto, 
19U2. 



STANFORD, Lyle M. Preliminary studies on the biology of the 
Snake River. PhD, Washington, 19i43. 



STARK, William H.. lo Factors influencing the bacterial popula- 
tion of fresh water lakes, II. Lactate fermenting butyric acid 
anaerobes o PhD, Wisconsin, 1939. 

STOKES, Jacob L. Relations between algae and other micro-organisms 
in nature, PhD, Rutgers, 1939. 

SWINYARD, Chester A, A liranological study of several Minnesota 
lakes. PhD, Minnesota, 193 U. 

WARD, Elizabeth B. A seasonal population study of pond Entoraos- 
traca in the Cincinnati region. PhD, Cincinnati, 1939. 

WHITFORD, Larry Alston. The freshwater algae of North Carolina, 
PhD, Ohio, I9I42, 

WOHLSCHLAG, Donald E. Vegetation and invertebrate life in a marl 
lake. PhD, Indiana, 19U9. 

WOOD, Thelma R, Activation of the dormant form of fresh water 
animals, with special reference to Cladocera. Internationale Revue der 
gesamten Hydrogiologie und Hydrographie, vol. 35:229^2U2. 1937. PhD, 
Brown, 1938, 

WRIGHT, John C. The limnology of Atwood Lake, a flood control 
reservoir, PhD, Ohio, 19^0. 

young', Frank Nelson, Jr. The water beetles of Florida s a taxo- 
nomic and ecological study, PhD, Florida, 19U2, 

YOUNG, Orson Whitney, A liranological investigation of periphyton 
in Douglas Lake, Michigan. PhD, Michigan, 19h2. 

ZUMBERGE, James H. The origin and classification of lakes of 
Minnesota. PhD, Minnesota, 1951. 



22 



M&NAGEMENT 

(See also ECOLOGY , Laglerj GAUS FISH , McGriramoris Sigler) 

COOPER;, Gerald P. Studies of the propagation, breeding habits 
and growth of certain forage fishes of eastern North America; a con- 
tribution to forage fish managements PhD, Michigan j 1938, 

LEONARDj Leonard L, International regulation of fisheries. 
Washington 5 19UU<. PhD^ Columbia, 19hSo 

LEVARDSEflj Norman 0, Studies on chemical methods of aquatic 
plant control in freshwater lakes and ponds, PhD, Michigan State, 
1951. 

RAYlviiiR, Hedley John, The development of a management policy for 
the rainbow trout of the Finger Lakes, PhD, Cornell, I9I4.I0 

SMITH, Lloyd Lyman. A fisheries management program for the 
waters of the Huron Mountain Club, PhD, Michigan, 19U3» 

WEBSTER, Dwlp;ht Albert, Fishery management studies of Connecti- 
cut lakes, PhD, Cornell, 19Uh<. 

WESTMAN, James Ross, A consideration of population life-history 
studies in their relation to the problems of fish management researchj 
with special reference to the small-mouthed bass, Micropterus dolomieu 
Lacepfedej the lake trout, Cristivomer namaycush (Walbaum) j and the mud 
minnow. Umbra limi (Kirtland) , PhD, Cornell, I9I4I, 



MARINE FISHERIES 

(See also ECOLOGY , Perlmutter^ LIFE HISTORY STUDIES , Kask, Tiller, 
Van Clevei POPULATION , McHugh; 

HEIGER, Robert E, Aboriginal whaling in the Old and New worlds. 
PhD, California, I9UI, 

MERRIMAN, Daniel. Roccus saxatilis of the Atlantic coast, PhD, 
Yale, 193 9 o 

TESTER, Albert L, The herring of British Columbia, PhD, Toronto, 
1936, 

WALFORD, Lionel A, The distribution and dispeucsal of pelagic 
stages of the American haddock, PhD, Harvard, 193^, 



23 



MISCELIAMEOUS 

(See also CRUSTACEA , Travis; DISEASES AND PARASITES , Griffin j LIFE 
HISTORY STUDIES , De Foliar t, Hartman; OCEANOGRAPHY , 
Cameron; PLANKTON , Ryther) 

FITZGERALD, George P. The isolation and culture of blue-green 
algae. PhD^ Wisconsin, 1951" 

FRY, Frederick E<. J» The summer migration of the ciscO; 
Leucichthys artedi LeSueur, in Lake Nipissing, OntariOo PhD; Toronto, 

HANSEN, Donald F. Studies on regeneration in the fins of fishes o 
PhD, Illinois, 1938. 

HUANG, V^an Li. An analysis of the rainfall-runoff correlationo 
PhD, Illinois, 1937 » 

KILBY, John D. The fishes of two Gulf Coastal marshes of Florida, 
PhD, Florida, 19^0. 

KURONULIA, Katsuzoo Studies on the heterosomate fishes of Japan. 
PhD, Michigan, 1938. 

MCGAHA, Yc Jo The limn ©logical relations of insects to certain 
aquatic flowering plants. U.M, PhD, Michigan, 19^1. 

SHAl/T, Ralph J. The measurement of the degree of aggregation in 
small groups of fish,, PhD, Southern California, 1937- 

TUHNER, David B. Professional opportunities in the fish and 
wildlife field. PhD, Cornell, 19U7» 



MORPHOLOGY 

(3ei"^so CRUSTACEA, Cronin; ECOLOGY, Martin; LIFE HISTORY STUDIES , 
Deason; POPULATION, McHugh) 

CARAWAY,. Prentice A. The whitefish, Coregonu s clupeaformi s 
(Mitchill); of northern Lake Michigan, with special reference to age^ 
growth, and certain morphometric characters. PhD, Michigan State, 
1951. 

DENNY, Martha. The lateral line system of the teleost, Fundulus 
heteroclitus . PhD, Radcliffe^ 1936. 

DOBBDI, Catherin N. A comparative study of the air-bladders of 
some families of fishes of New York and other eastern states „ PhD, 
Cornell, 1939. 



2U 



MORPHOLOGY - Continued 

GABRIELj Mordecai Lo Factors affecting the number and form of 
vertebrae in Fundulus heteroclitus » Jl^ of Exp „ Zool , ^ 95:105-U7s 
19Ui4<. PhD, Columbia, 19UUo 

GARRETT 5 Frederic Daugherty^ The morphology of the corpuscle of 
Stannius of teleostean fishes, PhD, Cornell, I9UO0 

HART J Jackson So Geographic variations of some physiological and 
morphological characteristics in fisho PhD, Toronto^ 19U9o 

HELD, Edward Eo Experimental studies of the morphogenesis of the 
gonopodium In Platypoecilus raaculatus and Xiphophorus helleri , PhD, 
California, Los Angeles, 195oT ' 

HOAR, William S. The thyroid gland of the Atlantic salmon. PhD, 
Boston, 1939o 

LEVENSTEIN, Irving Mo Studies of the endocrines of Teleosts» 
II o The cytology of the pituitary gland of two varieties of goldfish 
( Carassius auratus Lo), with special reference to variable factors in 
the gland which may possibly be related to the different morphological 
types o PhD; New York, 1938o 

MILNE, Donald Jo The growth, morphology and relationship of the 
species of Pacific salmon and the steel head trout. PhD, McGill, 19U9« 

NELSON, Edward Mo The comparative morphology of the Weber ian 
apparatus in the family Catostomidae o PhD, Wisconsin, I9U80 

OWEN, Bradford Breckenridge. The morphology of certain marine 
teleost kidneys o PhD, Harvard, I9UO0 

PROFFITT, Max A, Comparative morphometry and growth of scales 
in the bluegill, Lepomis mo macrochirus Rafinesque, with reference to 
related body growth » PhD, Michigan, 1951° 

RAY, Dixjr Lo The peripheral nervous system of Lampanyctus 
leucopsaurus with comparative notes on other Iniomi o PhD, Stanford, 
I9U60 

TASKER, Roy Co The morphology and transformation of the gono- 
podium of the viviparous top minnow Platypoecilus maculatus,, PhD, 
Cornell, 193h- 

TAYLOR, Ardell Nichols Studies on the germinal vesicles of the 
toad, fish, and salamander o PhD, Texas, 19U3» 



2S 



OCEANOGRAPHY 

(See also CRUSTACEA , Boden, Olson; DISEASES AJID PARASITES , Oppen- 

he liner; LIMNOLOGY , Flnkle^ PLANKTON, Richards, Sutcliffe) 

BUTTS, Helen E. The effect of certain salts of sea water upon 
reproduction in the marine amoeba, Flabellula mira Schaeffer„ PhD, 
Duke, 193U. 



CAMERON, William Mo On the dynamics of inlet circulations „ PhD, 
California, Los Angeles, 1951. 



DAR3IE, Ifervin L. , Jr, Certain aspects of phototropisra, growth, 
and polarity in the single celled marine alga, Bryopsis. PhD, Stan- 
ford, 1939. 

DAWSON, Elmer Yale. The marine algae of the Gulf of California, 
PhD, California, 19U2o 

EWING, Gifford C. Slicks, surface films and internal waves, 
PhD, California, Los Angeles, 1951. 

GEYER, Richard A. Interpretation of the submarine topography of 
the northwestern Gulf of Mexico, PhD, Princeton, 1951. 

GILBERT, William James. Studies on marine Chlorophyceae of the 
Philippines, PhD, Michigan, 19U2. 

GOODMAN, Joseph Robert, The waters of the northeast Pacific 
Ocean, Bering Sea, and Arctic Ocean. PhD, Washington, 19U1. 

HOUGH, Jack L, The sediments of Buzzards Bay and Cape Cod Bay, 
Ifassachusetts. PhD, Chicago, 19U1. 

HUTCHINS, Louis W. Salt-water Bryozoa in relation to salinity. 
PhD, Yale, 19Ul. 

JENNE3S, John L, Oceanography and physiography of the Canadian 
western arctic. PhD, Clark, 195l. 

KETCHUM, Bostwick H, Phosphorus and nitrogen metabolism of the 
marine diatom, Nitzschia closterium. PhD, Harvard, 1938, 

MA2UR, Abraham. The amino acids of certain marine algae, Jl . 
of Biol . Chem., 123;729-7UO, 1938. PhD, Columbia, 1939. 

NORRIS, Robert M, IZarine geology of the San Nicolas Island 
region, California. PhD, California, Los Angeles, 1951. 

NORTHCRAFT, Richard D. Colonization of bare rock surfaces by 
marine algae. PhD, Stanford, 19U7. 



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OCEANOGRAPHY - Continued 

OSTROFFj Rose Mo Studies on the metabolism of bacteria of marine 
origin o PhD^ Washington ^ 1938. 

REVELLE^ Roger o Marine bottom samples collected in the Pacific 
ocean by the Carnegie on its seventh cruise, PhD^ California, I936. 

SMITH J Frederick E, The benthos of Block Island Sound, PhD. 
Yale J 1950 o 

THORP, Eldon M, Calcareous shallow-water marine deposits of 
Florida and the Bahamas, PhD^ Calif ornia, 193Uo 

WILLIAlSs, Louis G, Marine algae of Cape Lookout, North Carolina. 
PhD, Duke, I9I180 

WIRTH5 Henry E, An apparatus for the determination of small density 
of differences and its application to the determination of the isotopic 
composition of sea Tirater, PhD, Washington, 1935« 



PHYSIOLOGY 

(See also CRUSTACEA , Bovbjerg, Travis, Webb 5 MCiRPHOLOGY , Hart) 

ABRAM0WIT2, Alexander A, The physiology of the innervation of 
fish melanophores , PhD, Harvard, 1935" 

ANDERSON, David W, , Jr, Further aspects of trimethylaraine forma- 
tion in fish, PhD, Ifessachusetts, 1950, 

ANDREVra, Cater W, The effect of heat on the light behavior of 
fish, PhD, Toronto, 19U7o 

ARONOViTITZ, Olga, The genetics of atypical macromelanophore 
growth in platyfish — swordtail hybrids and the histology of their 
gonads and pituitaries, PhD, New York, 1950, 

BALLSNTINE, Robert George, Studies in the dehydrogenase systems 
of marine eggs, PhD, Princeton, I9U0, 

BETOJITIGTON, Neville L, The spermatogenesis of Betta splendens , 
the Siamese fighting fish, PhD, Northwestern, 193Uo 

BERKOTWITZ, Philip, The response of fish (Lebistes reticulatus) 
to gonad and gonadotropic hormones , PhD, New York, 19U0, 

BLACK, Edgar Clark » The transport of oxygen by the blood of 
freshwater fish, PhD, Pennsylvania, I9U0. 



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PHYSIOLOGY - Continued 

BOOS, Br. Cletus S., F.3.G. An investigation of the pancreatic 
proteinase of the shark, Car char inus obscurus . PhD, Catholic, 19U3. 

BRETT, John Ro Temperature tolerance in young Pacific salmon, 
genus Oncorhynchus . PhD, Toronto, 1951- 

BROWN, Frank A. Color changes in crustaceans with special refer- 
ence to Palaemonetes . PhD, Harvard, 193U- 

BUTLER, Philip Alan, Modification of the normal seasonal cycle 
by means of pituitary hormones in the common goldfish, Carassius 
auratus L. PhD, Northwestern, 19U0. 

CHESTNUT, Alphonse F. Studies on the digestive processes in 
Ostrea virgin ica . PhD, Rutgers, 19U9. 

CLARK, Eugenie. The sexual behavior of two sympatric species of 
poeciliid fishes and their laboratory induced hybrids, with an analysis 
of the factors involved in the isolating raechanismo PhD, New York, 
1950. 

CLARKE, Robert W= The maintenance of water equilibrium in fish 
with special reference to renal regulation. PhD, New York, 193h. 

COLLINS, Gerald B. The influence of certain physical and chemi- 
cal factors upon the orientation of migrating anadromous fish of the 
genus Pomolobus . PhD, Harvard, 19^1 • 

DANIELSON, Ragnar N. An experimental study of chromatophores and 
color change with special attention to cyprinid fishes. PhD, Minnesota, 
1936. 

DAVIS, Neil C. The mechanism of the fish thiaminase. PhD, Iowa 
State, 19^0. 

EVERSOLE, Wilburn J. Effect of steroid hormones on sexual 
development in fish (Lebistes reticulatus ) . PhD, New York, I9U0. 

FERGUSON, Frederick Palmer. Reactions of caudal -band melano- 
phores in Fundulus heteroclitus , with special reference to the effect 
of temperature on the rate of pigment concentration, PhD, Minnesota, 
19U3. 

FOST'-]R, Kondall V.'. Tho hluo ph'-iro :'n thr; color chan";GS of fish. 
PhD, Harrard, 193^. 



28 



PHYSIOL OGY - Continued 

FOSTER, Richard Fo Some effects on embryo and young rainbow trout 
Salmo gairdnerii (Richardson) from exposing-: the parent fish to X-rays o 
PhDj Washington, 19U9o 

HALE^ Edgar B. lo Social facilitation of maze performance in 
normal and forebrainless green sunfish, Lepomis cyanellus. Ho Effect 
of forebrain lesions on the aggressive behavior of green sunfish, 
Lepomis cyanellus, PhDj Chicago^ 1950=, 

JAMES^ Marian F. Histological changes in the gonads of the blue- 
gill,, Lepomis macrochirus Ra.finesque and of the largemouth bass^ Huro 
salmoides (Lacepede) accompanying season^ age and condition » PhD^ 
Illinois, 19U3o 

KATZj Max, The hematology of the silver salmon, Oncorhynchus 
kisutch (Walbaum.)o PhD. Washington., 1950.= """ 

LEE^ Richard Everett o The phyBiology of chromatophore control in 
two bottom-dwelling marine teleostSo PhD, Harvard „ 19U3» 

LI, Min-hsino The effects of estrogen administrations in the 
teleost, Xiphophorus he Her i Heckel, PhDj, Southern California^, 19U5<> 

LIPMN, Harry Jo A contribution to the study of phosphataze 
activity in marine invertebrate animals. PhD^ Pittsburgh, 1939« 



19U7< 



11EYER, Dallas K. Blood chlorides of fishes . PhDj Missouri, 



ODICRNE, Joseph Mo Experimental alterations in the pigmentations 
of fisheSj with special reference to Fundulus . PhD, Harvard, 193l|.<> 

3ANG3TER, V/illiamo The quantitative effects of ethynyl testos- 
terone upon the development of the gonopodium and sword of Xiphophorous 
helleri o PhD, Northwestern, 19U3- 

SCRUGGS, Walter Merritto The epithelial components of the 
teleost pituitary gland and their seasonal changes in the carp 
(Cyprinus carpio, Lo ) and gold fish (Carassius auratus , L.)' PhD, 
Harvard, I9II2T 

SULLIVAN, Charlotte Mo Aspects of the physiology of temperature 
selection in speckled trout (Salvelinus fontinalis), PhD, Toronto, 
19U9. 

WALKER, Theodore Jo Olfactory discrimination of aquatic plants 
by Hyborhynchus notatus (Raf,). PhD, Wisconsin, 19U8. 



29 



PHYSIOLOGY - Continued 

WEI3EL, George F. The comparative effects of teleost and beef 
pituitary on chroraatophores of cold-blooded vertebrates, PhD, Califor- 
nia, Los Angeles J 19U9- 

WILDTOG, James L. The oxygen threshold of three species of fish. 
PhD, Indiana, 1938. 

YOKOYAMA., Hisako 0. Studies on the origin, development, and 
seasonal variations in the blood cells of the perch, Perca flavescens » 
PhD, Wisconsin, 19U8. 

YOUNG, Roger Arliner„ The indirect effects of Roentgen rays on 
certain marine eggs, PhD, Pennsylvania, I9I1.O. 



PLAJJKTON 

(3ee~also CRUSTACEk, Boden, Olson; ECOLOGY , Colej LIMTJOLOGY , Felin, 
Finkle, Galler, Hotchkiss, Jahoda; MISCELLANEOUS , Fitz- 
gerald; TAXONOMY, Silva) 

CAMPBELL, Robert S. Vertical distribution of the Rotifera in 
Douglas Lake, Michigan, with special reference to submerged depression 
individuality. PhD, Michigan, 1939. 

CHANDLER, David C. The fate of typical lake plankton in rivers 
and streams. PhD, Michigan, 193U. 

CUPP, Easter E. A critical study of certain distinguishing 
characters in three closely allied plankton species of the diatom 
genus Nitzschia , and their relationships to certain environmental 
conditions, PhD, California, 193U. 

DAMANN, Kenneth E. An analysis of plankton yields of Lake Michi- 
gan, PhD, Northwestern, 19U3. 

DUNBAR, Maxwell J, Studies in the arctic plankton: comprising a 
faunistic survey of certain of the marine planktonic groups collected 
in the Canadian eastern arctic, and an investigation of the breeding 
cycles of five of the most important species in the eastern arctic and 
in west Greenland, PhD, McGill, 19U2, 

FREESE, Leonard R. Marine plankton diatoms of the Rockfort, 
Texas Bay area, PhD, Northwestern, 1951. 

HOHN, Matthew H. A study of the distribution of diatoms (Bacil- 
larieae) in western New York State, including some observations with 
the electron microscope. PhD, Cornell, 1951. 



30 



PLANKTON - Continued 

LEA.VITT, Benjamin B. The vertical distribution of zooplankton in 
the ocean. PhD, Harvard, 1937. 

LILLICK, Lois C. The raicroplankton of the gulf of Maine with 
reference to its productivityo PhD, Michigan, 1938c 

MA.GKAY, Hector H. The net plankton of Lake Nipigon. PhDj 
Toronto, 1951 » 

PIERCE, Emory Lowe, Jr. A comparative study of the plankton and 
chemistry of the water of four aquatic habitats at "felaka, Florida.. 
PhD, Florida, I9UI0 

PIERSON, Edgar F. Plankton development in Lake Macbride. PhDy 
Iowa, 1939. 

RICE, Theodore R. The effect of nutrients and metabolites on 
populations of planktonic algae. PhD, Harvard, 1950. 

RICHARDS, Francis A. The estimation and characterization of 
plankton by spectrophotoraetric analysis of pigment extracts o PhD, 
Washington, 19^1 » 

RYTHER, John H. The nutritional and antagonistic relations of 
phytoplankton and zooplankton filterfeeders, with special reference to 
Daphnia magna . PhD, Harvard, 1951. 

3CHEFFER, Victor B. The plankton of Lake Vfashinrton. PhD, Wash- 
ington, 1937 » 

SERFLING, Robert E. Quantitative estimation of plankton from 
small samples of Sedgewick-Rafter-Cell mounts of concentrate samples, 
PhD, Mchigan, I9U8. 

SUTCLIFFE, William Ho, Jr. A qualitative and quantitative study 
of the surface zooplankton at Beaufort, North Carolina. PhD^ Duke, 
1950. 



POLLUTION 

(See also ECOLOGY , Wallen; WATER QUALITY , Stevenson) 

BENDER, Charles Richard, A study of some micro-organisms surviv- 
ing water chlorination . PhD, Iowa State, 19U2. 

BROOKS, Phillips Moore. The effects of sulfur dioxide on the 
aquatic plant, Elodea. PhD. Stanford, 19U3. 



31 



POLLUTION - Continued 

CHIPMA.N5 Walter Ao The role of pH in determining the toxicity of 
ammonium compounds, PhD, Missouri, 193U. 

ELLISOR5 Lewie Oo A toxicological investigation of nicotine on 
the goldfish and the cockroach » PhD, Iowa State, 1936 

GOTAAS, Harold Bo Biochemical oxidation of sewage in fresh and 
brackish waters at different temperatures. PhD, Harvard, 1950-' 

HERMDON, Lyle Kermito Mitigation of the industrial pollution of 
West Virginia streams. PhD, Ohio, 19hO. 

LAUZIER, Louis o Analyse polar ographique et polarom^trique de 
I'oxygfene dissous dans I'eau de mer et les eaux des rivi'^res <, PhD, 
Laval, I9U60 

MUSGRAVE, Paul No Habitat limitations of certain aquatic insects 
and their possible relation to a study of stream pollutiono PhD, West 
Virginia, 1936 » 

OESTBJG, Ralph B. Studies on biological conditioning of water. 
I. Modified Van Slyke procedure for oxygen and carbon dioxide deter- 
minations on water„ Physiological zoology, 7s5U2-9, Oct. 193ho II» 
The role of calcium in biological conditioning. Biological bullo, 
68j311;-26, Apr. 1935 » III. Modified procedure for determining the 
nitrogen distribution of proteins involved. PhD, Chicago, 1936. 

PARTANSKY, Alexander M. A study of anaerobic fermentation of 
sulfite waste liquor. To appear as j Anaerobic fermentation of sulfite 
waste liquor by bacteria of fresh water muds, in National academy of 
sciences proc. Mar. 1936? A laboratory study "of anaerobic fermentation 
of sulfite waste liquor discharged in water bodies, in Industrial and 
engineering chemistry. PhD, Washington, 1936. 

PAULUS, John Harold. A comparison of the methods used to differ- 
entiate between chlorine and chloramine residuals in water treatment <> 
PhD, Iowa, 19U2o 

RINTELEN, Joseph C, Jr. The study of the solubility of a series 
of organic compounds in water at various temperatures. PhD, Duke, 
1936. 

VIVIAN, Johnson Edward. Absorption of chlorine in water and 
caustic. PhD, Ijlassacbusetts Tech., 19U5. 

WHITNEY, Ray Powell. Absorption of sulfur dioxide in water, PhD. 
Massachusetts Tech., 19U5o 



32 



POLLUTION - Continued 

WILSON, Philip Johnson. Purification of an industrial waste by 
electrolysis, PhD, Pittsburgh, 19U1. 



POPULATION 

(See also GAIE FISH , Scott) 

LEWIS, y/illiam M. Fish population studies on two Iowa reservoirs, 
PhD, Iowa State, 19U9- 

MCHUGH, John L. Variations and populations in the clupeoid fishes 
of the North Pacific, PhD, California, Los Angeles, 19^0. 

NEE33, John C, A contribution to aquatic population dynamics. 
PhD, Wisconsin, 19U9. 

3CHAEFER, Milner B. Study of the spawning populations of sockeye 
salmon in the Harrison River system, with special reference to the 
problem of enumeration by means of marked members . PhD, Washington, 
19^1. 

SCOTT, William B. The Lake Erie cisco (Leucichthys artedi) 
population. PhD, Toronto, 19^0. 

SLOBODKIN, Lawrence B. Population dynamics of Daphnia obtusa 
Kurz. PhD, Yale, 1951. 

3PRUGEL, George, A critical scale study of two populations of 
blueglll and green sunfish. PhD, Iowa State, 195l. 



SEAFOOD POISONS 

MOLD, James D. The isolation and Identification of the toxic 
principle of the sea mussel, ^ytilus calif ornianus , Conrad. PhD, 
Northwestern, 15i4.7. 

WIKHOLM, Donald M. I. Studies on the toxic principle and 
accompanying bases found in the sea mussel, %tilus calif ornianus , 
Conrad. II. Studies on the toxic principle and the accompanying 
bases found in the marine plankton organism, Gonyaulax catenalla , 
Whedon and Kofoid. PhD, Northwestern, 19h7 • 



33 



SHELLFISH 

(See also ECOLOGY , Kerswill; PHYSIOLOGY , Chestnut) 

CULBRETH, Sarah E. Studies on certain aspects of the normal and 
anaerobic metabolism of fresh water mussels, PhD, Duke, 1938o 

FRIZZELL, Donald L. Studies in the molluscan superfaraily Venera- 
ceao PhD, Stanford, 1936 o 

HELI.13, Daniel T, The morphology of two boring mollusks, Martesia 
striata and Pholadidea o PhD, Washington, 193 9 <■ 

LIGON, Edgar Wo, Jr, The cytological structure of the digestive 
system of the lamellibranch mollusc, Musculium (Sphaeriidae) » PhD, 
Duke,, 1938, 

LOOSANOFF, Victor Lo The sexual phenomena of the hard-shell 
clam, Venus mercenaria Linn^ PhD, Yale, 1936 « 

LORD, Thomas H» The sanitary quality of market oysters o PhDr 
Illinois, I9U2, 

MCMILLIN, Harvey C Growth and variability in the Pacific razor 
clam (Siliqua patula Dixon) o PhD, Stanford, 1935. 

MEDCOF, John Co Studies on the larva of the Canadian oyster o 
PhD, Illinois, 193 80 

MESSER, Frederick Co The extractives of the fresh water mcllusk^ 
Unio o PhD, Western Reserve, 1939. 

OTIS, Arthur Bo The effect of certain durgs and ions on the 
isolated and perfused ventricle of the oyster, PhD, BrovnTi. i9Ulo 

POMEROY, Lawrence R, Studies in shell deposition by the oyster., 
u-dssostrea viginica (Gmelin) and its modification by the environment » 
PhD, Rutgers" 1951 o 

SCHEER, Bradley T. Some features of the metabolism of the carote- 
noid pigments in the California sea mussel, li^tilus calif ornianu s » 
PhD, California, I9UO0 

SCHOONOVER, Lois Margaret » A stratigraphic study of the mollusks 
of the Calvert and Choptank formations of Southern Maryland o PhD, 
Bryn Mawr, 19liOo 

WAL2L, Edward McC, Action of electrolytes on the beat of the 
heart of the oyster, Ostrea virginica. PhD, Johns Hopkins, 1935'.. 



3a 



TAXONOtg 

(See also FAUNAS AND MAMUALS , Chapman j MORPHOLOGY , Milne: SHELLFISH, 
Frizzei]) ' 

BAILEY5 Reeve M. A systematic revision of the centrarchid fishes ^ 
with a discussion of their distribution 5, variations 5 and probable inter- 
relationships o PhD, Michigan^ 1938c 

BOLINj Rolf Lo Studies on California Gottidae; an analysis of 
the principles of systematic Ichthyologyo PhD^ Stanfordj 193l;o 

BOWMAN, Harvey B- Further notes on the margined mad torn, Rabida 
ins ignis Richardson, and notes on a kindred species, Noturus flavus 
Rafinesque. PhD, Cornell, 1936. ~ 

BRITTAN, lifertin R. Contributions to a revision of the cyprinid 
genus Rasbora ., PhD, Stanford, 1951. 

CURRAN, Howard Wesley. A systematic revision of the gerrid 
fishes referred to the genus Kacinastomus , with a discussion of their 
distribution and speciation, PhD, Michigan, 19U3<> 

FREEMN, Harry Wo Contribution to the evolution and classifica- 
tion of the fishes of the family Agonidae, PhD, Stanford, 195lo 

GOSLINE, William Alonzoo Studies on South American catfishes 
(Nematognathi)o PhD, Stanford, 19U2o 

HERALD, Earl Stannardo Studies on the classification and inter- 
relationships of the American pipefishes o PhD, Stanford, 19l4.3<> 

HUBBS, Clark. Clinid fishes of the eastern Pacific, PhD, 
Stanford, 19^1. 

KIMPEL, Harry Go Studies on the tax^non^' of the genus Neodacty - 
logyrus , wi-Dh descriptions of new species, and the immunity of fresh- 
water fishes to gill trematodes (Gyrodactyloidae). PhD, Illinois, 
1939. 

M3ALPIN, Archie Justus. Paleapsephurus wilsoni a new polyodontid 
fish from the upper Cretaceous of Montana, with a discussion of allied 
fish, living and fossils PhD; Michigan, 19Ul<. 

MOTTLEYj, Co McCo Biometrical and experimental studies in the 
taxonomy of Kamloops trout, Salmo kamloops , Jordan. PhD, Toronto, 
193ii. 

RANZONI, Francis Vo The aquatic Hyphonycetes of California i their 
taxonomy and biology. PhD, California, 19^0. 



35 



TAXONOMY - Continued 

3ILVA5 Herman. Algae of the Tennessee Valley region | a manual for 
identification of species. PhD, Michigan State, 19^1= 

STONE5 Frederick L. A study of the taxonomy of the blue and 
yellow pike perches ( Stizostedion ) of Lake Erie and Lake Ontario . PhD, 
Rochester, 191x9" 

SUTTKUS, Royal D. Ataxonoraic study of five cyprinid fishes 
related to Notropis hypselopterus of southeastern United States. PhDj 
Cornellj 1951^ 

TARP, Fred H. A revision of the family Erabiotocidae. PhD^ Stan- 
ford, 1951 o 



TECHNIQUES - STUDY AND HATCHERY 

(See also DISEASES AND PARASITES , Kupferbergj MANAGELENT , Levardsenj 
POPUUTIQN , Schaefer) 

BEGKIi/IAN, William Curtis. The time of annulus formation on the 
scales of certain Michigan game fishes. PhD;, Michigan^ 19Ulo 

EVERHART, Watson H. A critical study of the scale method JJi back- 
calculating lengths of the sraallraouth bass, Micropterus dolomieu 
Lacepede, PhD^ Cornell, 19U8. ' ~~ ~~ 

GEE, Lynn LaMarr. The disinfection of trout eggs contaminated 
with Bacterium salmonicida . PliD, Wisconsin, 19lt.lo 

LAWRETJCE, William Mason. The effect of feeding madder root to 
rainbow trout and its practical application for marking fish. PhD, 
Cornell, I9UI, 

MEEHEAN, Otis Lloyd. The development of a method for a culture 
of largemouth bass in fertilized ponds on natural food. PhD, Ohio, 
I9UO. 

PHILLIPS, Arthur M. , Jr. The reduction of the toxicity of copper 
sulphate to four species of trout by the use of sodium chloride and 
acetic acid. PhD, Cornell, 1939. 

SMITH, Winslow W. The disinfecting action of neutral acriflavine 
on Bacterium salmonicida. PhD, Wisconsin, 1939. 



36 



VALUES 

~l3ee LIMOLOGY5 Eschmeyer) 



WATER QUALITY 

(See also ECOLOGY , Wallen) 

GAULERj John Vo The use of bentonite in water clarification, 
PhD J Iowa, 1937 « 

MORGAN, Mont F, Ion equilibria in soils and drainage waters as 
influenced by nitrogenous fertilization,, PhD, Ohio, 1935» 

STEVENSON, James H= Physico-chemical aspects of clay turbidity 
with special reference to clarification and productivity of impounded 
waters c PhD, Oklahoma A, and M. j, 1950o 



37 



Abramowitz, Alexander A... 
Adams , James R ,...„....., . 



Addair, John. 



Andersons 
Andrews ^ 
Andrews , 
Andrews ^ 
Andrews , 
Applegate 
Aronowitz 



David W. 5 
Cater W. . . . 
Harry L. . . . 
Jay Do .... . 
Theodore F. 

Vernon C. 

Olga , . . . . 



Jr.. 



Arora, Harbans L. . ..<...... , 

Baileyj Reeve M, .......... < 

Baileys Sarah W. .... ...... . 

Baker J, James A. ...... ..... , 

Balls Robert C ............ . 

Ballentines Robert G....... 

Banner 5 Albert H. ......... < 

Bardachj John E. .... ...... , 

Beckman, William C. .... ... , 

Bender,, Charles R..,......, 

Bennetts George W. ........ . 

Bennington, Elwin E.......< 

Bennington, Neville L...... 

Bergs Clifford 0. ......... < 

Berkowitz, Philip. ......... 

Blacks Edgar Clark. ........ 

Blacks John D. ............. . 

Blair, Arthur A. .......... , 

Bobb s Marvin L. ........... . 

Boden, Brian P. ........... . 

Bolin, Rolf L, ...... o ..... < 

Bonhams Kelshaw. ........... 

BooSj Br. Cletus 3., F.3.C, 
Borgs Alfred F, ........... , 

Bovbjerg^ Richard V. ...... , 

Bowmans Harvey B. ......... . 

Bradfields Herbert H. ..... = 

Bretts John R. ............ . 

Britt, Noah W. ............ . 

Brittanj Ifertin R. ........ , 

Britton^ Max E. ........... = 

Brockman, John A., Jr...... 

Brooks s John L. ........... . 

Brooks s Phillips M. ....... . 



AUTHOR 


INDEX 




Page 


Page 


.... 27 


Browns Frank A ................ . 


28 


, ... 17 


Browns Walter H. .............. . 


18 


, ... 10 


Brunson, Royal B. .. ........... . 


18 


... 27 


Bucks David H. ................ . 


lU 


... 27 


Buschs Karl H. ... ............. . 


2 


... 7 


Butler, Philip A,,......,...... 


28 


.... 17 


Butts, Helen E. ............... , 


26 


,... lU 


Calenhusen, Alfons J........... 


18 


.... m 


Calhoun, Alexander J. ......... . 


lU 


,... 27 


Cameron, William M. ........... . 


26 


,... lU 


Campbells Robert 3. ........... . 


30 


.... 35 


Caraway, Prentice A ... ........ . 


2U 


,... u 


Carls George C, .. ............. . 


2 


... 5 


Carlanders Kenneth D. <......... . 


12 


,... 17 


Chandler , David C ,, ............ . 


30 


.... 27 


Chapman , Vfilbert McL. .......... 


10 


... 2 


Chestnut, Alphonse F. ......... , 


28 


,... 7 


Chipman, Yfalter A. ............ . 


32 


... 36 


Clark s Eugenie ................. 


28 


,... 31 


Clarke , Robert W. ............. . 


28 


,... 17 


Clemens , Howard P. ............ , 


2 


... 5 


Cleveland, Maurice M. ,..,.,.., . 


11 


... 27 


Coblentz, Jacob M. ............ . 


13 


... 18 


Cole, Gerald A................. 


7 


...27 


Coleman, Edward A. ............ . 


13 


...27 


Collins, Gerald B. ............ . 


28 


...10 


Cooper, Edwin L. .............. . 


lU 


... 7 


Cooper , Gerald P. ............. . 


23 


, ... 11 


Corkill, James M. B. .......... . 


18 


,.., 2 


Corrivault, Georges W. ........ , 


2 


,... 35 


Croasdale , Hannah T ........... . 


18 


... 5 


Gronins Lewis E. .............. . 


2 


... 28 


Cross s Frank B. ............... . 


lU 


... 5 


Culbreth, Sarah E. ............ . 


3U 


... 2 


Cumings, Harry W, j Jr...,..,.,, 


11 


... 35 


Cupp, Easter E. ............... . 


30 


,... 18 


Curran, Howard W. ............. . 


35 


...28 


Daggy, Richard H. ............. . 


18 


... lU 


Daiber, Franklin C ............ . 


lU 


,... 35 


Damann, Kenneth E. ............ . 


30 


...18 


Danielsons Ragnar N. .......... . 


28 


,... 2 


DarsiOs Marvin L. , Jr.......... 


26 


,... 18 


Davidson, Ralph H. ............ . 


11 


...31 


Davies , Douglas M. ,,.......,.. . 


7 



38 



Author Index - Continued 



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Dobbin, Catherine No » < 
Dobbins^ William Earlo 
Donaldson, Lauren Ro o , 
Doudoroffj Peterooooo. 
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Author Index - Continued 



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Heathj James Proctero, 
Heiger, Robert F, » » o » < 
Heldj Edward Eo »,o,.o. 
Helms ^ Daniel Too..... 
Herald, Earl Stannard. 
Herndonj, Lyle Kermit. . 
Hewatt J Willis G « o „ „ <, . 
Hewes j Gordon W, „ o .. , , . 
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Hickox^ George H..oo„, 
Hirst^ John Mo = . ., „ . <, , . 
Hoar, William Soooo .<.. 
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Hoffraanj Carl Eo « , « » „ « 
Hohn J IJatthew H » » . , , o . 
Hooper^ Prank Fo o o o o o = 
Hotchkiss, Arland Too. 
Hough, Jack L» o » » o o » » » 
Hsia_„ Chen Ho o „ » o o o o » 
Huang, Wan Lo <. » » » o » o o . 
Hubbs , Clarko 00000000. 
Hughes , Elwyn Oo o = o o „ 
Hunt, Burton P, » = o o » o . 
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Jahoda^ William Jo 
James, Marina Fo o 
Jao, Chin-Chiho » » » 
Jenness, John Looo 
Jhingran, Vishwa G 
Jobes , Frank Wo <> , o 
Johnson, Karl Rooo 
Johnson, %chyle W 
Johnson, Raymond E 
Johnson, Walter Ho 
Johnson, Wendell L 
Johnston, Perry Mo 
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32 Kimpel, Harry Go 00 o.c 

8 King, Robert Ho 000.0. 

13 Kleerekoper, Herman o. 

3 Koster, William Jo 00c 

13 Krumholz, Louis Aoo„< 

19 Kupferberg, Alfred Bo 

25 Kuronuma, Katsuzooo„c 
3 Lachner, Ernest Ao.o. 
3 Lagler, Karl Fooo„ooo 

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19 Langlois, Thomas Hoo„ 

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26 Lauzier, Louis 00.0 00 . 
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26 Levardsen, Norman Oo . 
20 Levenstein, Irving Mo 
20 Lewis , William Mo o o » o 
20 Li, Min-hsino o „ o c o o o c 
29 Ligon, Edgar Wo, Jro c 
20 Lillick, Lois clooooc 
26 Lindeman, Raymond 
15 Lipraan, Harry Jo o » o » < 
15 Lloyd, Lowell Coo o o c 
20 Loosanof f , Victor Lo < 
20 Lord, Thomas Ho 00000. 
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20 Lyman, Frederick Eo „ . 
15 McAlpin, Archie Jo 00. 

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MacKay, Hector H <..<.<>, 
McLaren J Barbara A»o 
McMilliny Harvey C. 
McNown. John 3 « » <> » o . 
Magruder^ Samuel R. » . 
Maneryj Jeanne Fo o <> » , 
Ifercotte^ Alexandre^, 
Marshall, Anna Coo 
Marshall, Nelson, o 
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Milne, Donald J, 
Mizelle, John Do 
Moffett, James W 
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Monk, Cecil Ro „ „ 
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Mus grave, Paul No 

Neelj Joe Ko o oo o « 

Neess, John Co o o « 

Neilands, John Bo 

Nelson, Edward Mo 

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Olson, John B,o ,o » o. 
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Orcutt, Harold Goo o« 
Ostroff, Rose Mo o » o . 
Otis, Arthur Booooo, 
Owen, Bradford Booo.< 
Partansky, Alexander 
Paul, Allard Ao ooo o„ . 
Paulus, John Ho 
Pennak, .Robert ¥» » o o . » » « 
Perlmutter, Alfred = o o . » . 
Perry, Lo Edwardi. , , o o o » c 
Pfeiffer, Roman Ao o , o . o < 
Phillips^ Arthur Mo, Jr. 
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Pierson, Edgar Fo o o » » o o . 
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Raney , Edward C o o » . o » » . . 
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Rausch, Robert Lo » o « 
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Revelle, Roger. 
Rice, Nolan Eoo 
Rice, Theodore Ro 
Richards^ Francis Ao 
Richardson, Laurence 
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Rostlundj Erhardo o o , o . 
Rowley^ Jean B o o o » « . <> . 
Royce, YiTilliam Fo , . o , « 
Rucker, Robert Roo.ooo 
Ryther^ John H » » o . „ » » . 
Sanfordj Katharine Ko . 
Sangster, Vfilliam» . . » . 
Sargentj Marston Co =00 
Schaefer, Miner Bo =. o « 
Scheer^ Bradley Too„„„ 
Scheffer^ Victor Boo-, 
Schloemerj Clarence L. 
Schoonover J Lois Mo » « <. 
Sehultz^ Vincent Boooo 
Scott^ David Mo o » o « o . , 
Scottp Donald Co »„ 00 00 
Seotts Grace Wo Wo o o o « 
Scott^ William B,,oooo 
Scrimshaw, Nevin 3= 000 
Scruggs 5 Walter Mo » » o . 
Seitner, Philip Go 0000 
Selfs John T, 00000 0000 
Serfling, Robert E..00 
Shapiroj Sidneyo o . o » » . 
Shaw, Ralph Jo 000 0000. 
Shetter, David So 00.0. 
Sigler, William F. o . o . 
Sllva J Herman o . . . » . o o o 
Slobodkm, Lawrence B. 
Smith, Charles Lo o o o , . 
Smith, Frederick E, o o » 
Smith, George Fo Mo » , » 
Smith, Lloyd Lo o « » » » o 
Smith, Mo. Wo o o . o . o o o o o 
Smith, Wins low Wo . o o . » 
Solman, Victor Eo Fo o » 
Spoor, William Ao o o « o 
Sprugel, George. o . ao .0 
Sprules 5 William M. . . . 
Stanford, Lyle M.0...0 
Stark, William Ho » . . , 
Starrett, William Co 
Steen, Edwin B.. 0.0.00 
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Stokes, Jacob L. . . . . . . 

Stone, PYederick L. o . o 
Stone, Udell B. 000 . » . 
Sullivan, Charlotte Mo 
Sutcliffe, William H., 
Suttkus , Royal Do . . . . = 

Swinyard, Chester A.o. 
Tack, Peter I. .o . . . . o , 

Tarp, Fred Ho o o o 00.. «„ . 
Tarzwell, Clarence M. . 
Tasker , Roy C . . o „ » » . o o 
Tavolga, William N. o . o 
Taylor, Ardell Nooooo. 
Tester, Albert L. » o . . « 
Thorp, Eldon M. . . » . . » . 
Tidd, Wilbur Mo . o » o o » . 
Tif fney, Wesley No , . o . 
Tillsr, Richard Eo . » „ « 
Tischler, Nathaniel,.. 
Travis , Dorothy F. . o . . 
Tu, Yun Cheng. .. ..... , 

Turner, David B....... 

Underbill, Adna H. . . . . 

Van Cleve, Richard.... 

Van De venter, William 
Vanoni, Vito A« . . . . . , . 

Velasquez, Gregorio T. 
Vivian, Johnson E. . . . . 

Walford, Lionel A.o... 
Walker, Boyd W. ...... . 

Walker, Theodore J.... 

Wallen, Irvin E.o.ooo. 
Walzl, Edward McC 0.000 
Ward, Elizabeth B.00.0 
Warner, Edward N. . » . . . 
Warren, Althea A...... 

Webb, Helen M. . . . . . o . . 

Webster, Dwight A. o . o . 
Weisel, George F. . . . . o 

Westman, James R. . . . . . 

Whitford, Larry A. . . . . 

Whitney, Ray P. ...... . 

Wikholm, Donald M. . . . . 

Wilder, Donald Go..... 



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Wilding, James L. . o <. o . = . » . . . , . « . , 30 
Williams^ Louis Go = » „ » = . » . » . « » . . . 2? 
Williams , Lyle Lo » .,.,... o ... c, . 5 
Wilson, Philip J. . o., o ..»......, . 33 

Wirthj Henry E. ..... ....o o <,..... . 27 

Wohlschlag, Donald E. ........... . 22 

Wood, Thelma R. ................. . 22 

Woodbury, Lowell A .............. , 7 

Wright, John C. ................. . 22 

Yokoyama, Hisako 0. ............. . 30 

Young, Frank Nels on, Jr ......... . 22 

Young, Orson W. ................. . 22 

Young 5 Roger A..., ...... ......... 30 

Zinn 3 Donald J .«,...„ ........... . 10 

Zumberge , James H ............... . 22 



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COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITIES REPRESENTED BY THESES 



CANADA 

Laval University 

McGill University 

University of Toronto 
CALIFORNIA 

Stanford University 

California Institute of Technology 

University of California 

University of Southern California 
COLORADO 

University of Colorado 
CONflECTICUT 

Yale University 
DISTRICT OF COLUI.IBIA 

Catholic University 
FLORIDA 

University of Florida 
ILLINOIS 

Northwestern University 

University of Chicago 

University of Illinois 
INDIANA 

Indiana University 

Purdue University 
IOWA 

Iowa State College 

University of Iowa 
MRYUND 

Johns Hopkins University 

University of Maryland 
FiASSACHUSETTS 

Boston University 

Clark University 

Harvard University 

Massachusetts Institute of Technology 

Radcliffe 

University of Massachusetts 
MICHIGAN 

Michigan State College 

University of Michigan 
MINNESOTA 

University of Minnesota 



MISSOURI 

University of Missouri 

Washington University 
NEBRASKA 

University of Nebraska 
NEW JERSEY 

Princeton University 

Rutgers University 
NEW YORK 

Columbia University 

Cornell University 

New York University 

University of Rochester 
NORTH CAROLINA 

Duke University 

University of North Carolina 
OHIO 

Ohio State University 

University of Cincinnati 

Western Reserve University 
OKLAHOMA 

Oklahoma A. and M. College 

University of Oklahoma 
OREGON 

Oregon State College 
PEOTISYLVANIA 

University of Pennsylvania 

University of Pittsburgh 

Bryn Mawr 
RHODE ISLAND 

Brown University 
TclZA3 

Rice Institute 

University of Texas 
VIRGINIA 

University of Virginia 
WASHINGTON 

University of Washington 
WEST VIRGINIA 

West Virginia University 
WISCONSIN 

University of Wisconsin 



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