National Academy of Sciences Advisory Committee on Research in the National Parks: The Robbins Report
Appendix 5: List of Natural Sciences Publications
A – List of National Park Service Natural History publications as they pertain to National Parks, published by Government or Natural History Associations, etc.
B – List of publications by National Park Service personnel (as individuals) in Professional Journals.
C – List of publications by Non-National Park Service personnel of Natural History investigations in National Parks.
Published Research Pertaining to National Parks
C – Wheeler, George C. The Amphibians and Reptiles of the North Dakota Badlands. University of North Dakota; Theodore Roosevelt Nature and History Association, 1954.
C – Griggs, Robert F., George Washington University. The Vegetation of the Katmai District. Ecology, Vol. 17, No. 3, July 1936.
A – Potts, Merlin K. and Russell K. Grater. Mammals of Mount Rainier National Park. Mount Rainier Natural History Association, 1949.
C – White, John R. and Samuel J. Pusateri. Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks. Stanford University Press, 1949.
A – Evans, Willis A. and Orthello L. Wallis. Fishes of Yosemite National Park. Yosemite Nature Notes, Vol. XXIII, No. 1, January 1944.
A – Dixon, Joseph S. Birds and Mammals of Mount McKinley National Park Alaska. Fauna Series No. 3, 1938; GPO, Washington.
A – Murie, Adolph. Ecology of the Coyote in the Yellowstone. Fauna Series No. 4, 1940, Conservation Bulletin No. 4; GPO, Washington.
A – Murie, Adolph. The Wolves of Mount McKinley. Fauna Series No. 5, 1944; GPO, Washington.
C – Anderson, Sydney. Mammals of Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado. University of Kansas Publications, Vol. 14, No. 3, July 24, 1961. 67 pp.
A – Taylor, Walter P. and William T. Shaw. Mammals and Birds of Mount Rainier National Park. GPO, Washington, 1927.
B – Sumner, Lowell and Joseph S. Dixon. Birds and Mammals of the Sierra Nevada. (With records from Sequoia and Kings Canyon); University of California Press, Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1953.
C – Hastings, James Rodney, University of Arizona and Stanley M. Alcorn, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Tucson. Physical Determinations of Growth and Age in the Giant Cactus. Journal of the Arizona Academy of Science, Vol. 2, No. 1, August 1961.
C – Alcorn, Stanley M. Natural History of the Saguaro. U.S. Dept. of Agriculture; 1959-1960 Colloquia Papers; The University of Arizona, Arid Lands Colloquia.
C – Hastings, James Rodney Precipitation and Saguaro Growth. University of Arizona; 1959-1960 Colloquia Papers; The University of Arizona, Arid Lands Colloquia.
A – Robertson, William B., Jr. , and Joseph Curtis Moore. Checklist of Everglades National Park Birds.
C – Donnelly, Thomas Wallace, Princeton University. Geology of St. Thomas and St. John, Virgin Islands. (179 pp. multilithed; supported by a $3,000 grant from Jackson Hole Preserve, Inc., and the work was carried out under agreement with the NPS); 1959.
C – Ross, Clyde P. and Richard Rezak. The Rocks and Fossils of Glacier National Park: The Story of Their Origin and History. (GPO, Washington; Geological Survey Professional Paper 294-K.); 1959.
C – Rossman, Darwin L. Geology and Ore Deposits in the Reid Inlet Area, Glacier Bay, Alaska. (Geological Survey Bulletin 1058-B – U.S. G.P.O., 1958. iii, 33-59); 1959.
C – Geology of Geikie Inlet Area, Glacier Bay, Alaska. James F. Seitz. (Geological Survey Bulletin 1058-C – U.S.G.P.O., 1958. IV, 61-120 pp); 1959.
C – Benson, Norman G., Oliver B. Cope and Ross V. Bulkley. Fishery Management Studies on the Madison River System in Yellowstone National Park. (Fish and Wildlife Service, Special Scientific Report– Fisheries No. 307); 1959.
C – Kruse, Thomas E. Grayling of Grebe Lake, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Fishery Bulletin 149); 1959.
C – Lennon, Robert E. and Phillip S. Parker. Applications of Salt in Electrofishing. (Fish and Wildlife Service, Special Scientific Report– Fisheries No. 280. From research in Shenandoah and Great Smoky Mountains National Parks); 1959.
C – Lennon, Robert E. The Electrical Resistivity Meter in Fishing Investigations. (Fish and Wildlife Service, Special Scientific Report– Fisheries No. 287. Product of cooperative research in Shenandoah and Great Smoky Mountains National Parks); 1959.
C – Altmann, Margaret. Group Dynamics in Wyoming Moose During the Rutting Season.Journal of Mammalogy, Vol. 40, No. 3, August 1959); 1959.
B – Cahalane, Victor H. A Biological Survey of Katmai National Monument. (Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections, Vol. 138, No. 5); 1959.
C – Koford, Carl B. Prairie Dogs, Whitefaces, and Blue Grama. (The Wildlife Society: Wildlife Monographs No. 3, December 1958. Mr. Koford’s studies included work at Wind Cave, Theodore Roosevelt and Devils Tower National Monument); 1959.
C – Woodbury, Angus M., et al. Ecological Studies of the Flora and Fauna in Glen Canyon. University of Utah Press: (Anthropological Papers No. 40); 1959.
B – Barmore, William J., Jr. Bighorn Sheep and their Habitat in Dinosaur National Monument. Master’s thesis, Wildlife. 134 pp. (offset duplicated)
C – Ross, C.P. Geology of Western Slope, Glacier National Park. (U.S. Geological Survey Pro. Paper 296, “Geology of Glacier National Park and the Flathead Region. . .”); 1960.
C – Aller, A.L., Montana State University. Ecology of Cedar-Hemlock Forest. (Paper inEcology 41:1, Jan 1960, “Composition of the Lake McDonald Forest, Glacier National Park”); 1960.
C – Taber, R.D. and R.S. Hoffman, Montana State University. Alpine-Wilderness Ecology. (Glacier); (2 reports on hoary marmot and overall progress report submitted. Notes on Sorex in Journal of Mammalogy, 41:2, May 1960); 1960.
C – Glacier Studies; NPS; USGS; U.S. Forest Service; (Glacier); (Preliminary results in paper to AAS, New York, Dec. 1960. Abstract in G.S.A. Bulletin, Dec. 1960); 1960.
C – Bailey, Vernon. Animal Life of the Carlsbad Cavern. U.S. Biological Survey, Monographs of the American Society of Mammalogists, No. 3; The Williams and Wilkins Company, Baltimore, 1928.
A – McDougall, W.M. and Omer E. Sperry. Plants of Big Bend National Park. GPO, Washington, 1951.
C – Applegate, Elmer I. Plants of Crater Lake National Park. The American Midland Naturalist, Vol. 22, No. 2, September 1939.
A – Standley, Paul C. Plants of Glacier National Park. GPO, Washington, 1926.
C – Brown, Clair A. Ferns and Flowering Plants of Isle Royale Michigan. Emergency Conservation Work (Civilian Conservation Corps)
A – Ashton, Ruth E. Plants of Rocky Mountain National Park. GPO, Washington, 1933.
A – Brockman, C. Frank. Flora of Mount Rainier National Park. GPO, Washington, 1947.
A – McDougall, W.B. and Herma A. Baggley. Plants of Yellowstone National Park. GPO, Washington, 1936.
A – McDougall, W.B. and Herma A. Baggley. Plants of Yellowstone National Park. Second Edition, thoroughly revised and rewritten; Yellowstone Interpretive Series No. 8; Yellowstone Library and Museum Association, 1956.
C – Jones, George Neville. The Flowering Plants and Ferns of Mount Rainier. University of Washington Publications in Biology, Vol. 7, December 1938.
C – Gehlbach, Frederick R. and Robert Rush Miller. Fishes From Archaeological Sites in Northern New Mexico. The Southwestern Naturalist 6(1): pp. 2-8, June 10, 1961.
C – Gehlbach, Frederick R. and James K. Baker. Kingsnakes Allied with Lampropeltis mexicana: Taxonomy and Natural History, Copeia, No. 2, July 20, 1962, pp. 291-300.
B – Wallis, O.L. Trout Stocking-Frequency Cycles and a Device to Determine Age Classes of Trout Present. Progressive Fish-Culturist 25(1): pp. 15-22, January 1963.
A – Wright, George M., Joseph S. Dixon, and Ben H. Thompson. Fauna of the National Parks of the United States – A Preliminary Survey of Faunal Relations in National Parks. Fauna No. 1; May 1932. iv + 157 pp. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C.
A – Wright, George M. and Ben H. Thompson. Fauna of the National Parks of the United States – Wildlife Management in the National Parks. Fauna No. 2; July 1934. viii + 142 pp. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C.
C – Cushman, R.B., Chief, Ground Water Div., USGS. Hydrology of Mammoth Cave.
C – White, William B., Penna. State Univ. Investigation of Sulfate and Clay Minerals. (Mammoth Cave) (Report to be presented at Denver AAAS meetings in June 1962.)
A – Craighead, F.C. and W.B. Robertson. Effects Hurricane “Donna.” (Everglades)
C – Alcorn. Some Hosts of Erwinia Carnegieana. Plant Disease Reporter, August 15, 1961, Vol. 45, No. 8.
C – Hastings and Alcorn. Physical Determinations of Growth and Age in the Giant Cactus. Journal of the Arizona Academy of Science, August 1961, Vol. 2, No. l.
C – Alcorn. Natural History of the Saguaro. Arid Lands Colloquia, University of Arizona, 1960-1961.
C – Wauer, Roland H. A Survey of the Birds of Death Valley. The Condor 64(3): pp. 220-233, May-June 1962.
C – Drs. Miller and Stebbins. Distribution of the Vertebrate Animals of Joshua Tree National Monument. (Continuing long-term project)
ACADIA NATIONAL PARK
C – Chapman, Carleton A. and Robert L. Rioux. Statistical Study of Topography, Sheeting, and Jointing in Granite, Acadia National Park, Maine. American Journal of Science, Vol. 256, February 1958.
C – Chapman, Carleton A. Granite Replacement in Basic Dikes Mount Desert Island, Maine. Illinois Academy of Science Transactions, Vol. 47, 1955.
C – Chapman, Carleton A. and Paul S. Wingard. Physical Control and Age of Dike Formation in the Maine Coastal Region. Bulletin of the Geological Society of America, Vol. 69, September 1958.
C – Tyson, Carroll and James Bond. Birds of Mt. Desert Island Acadia National Park, Maine. The Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 1941.
BIG BEND NATIONAL PARK
A – McDougall, W.B. and Omer E. Sperry. Plants of Big Bend National Park. U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, 1951.
C – Sperry, Omer E. A Check List of the Ferns, Gymnosperms, and Flowering Plants of the Proposed Big Bend National Park of Texas. Sull Ross State Teachers College Bulletin, Vol. XIX, No. 4, 1938.
C – Jenkins, Hubert 0. Glaciation in Big Bend National Park Texas. Sacramento State College Foundation, June 30, 1958.
C – Hubbs, Clark and Victor G. Springer. A Revision of the Gambusia nobilis Species Group, with Descriptions of Three New Species, and Notes on Their Variation, Ecology, and Evolution. Texas Journal of Science, Vol. IX, No. 3, September 1957.
C – Hubbs, Carl L. Fishes from the Big Bend Region of Texas. Transactions of the Texas Academy of Science, 1938-1939.
C – Borell, Adrey E. and Monroe D. Bryant. Mammals of the Big Bend Area of Texas. University of California Press, Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1942.
BRYCE CANYON NATIONAL PARK
C – Gregory, Herbert E. A Geologic and Geographic Sketch of Bryce Canyon National Park. Zion-Bryce Museum Bulletin No. 4, March 1940.
C – Marine, I. Wendell. Ground-Water Resources of the Bryce Canyon National Park Area, Utah – With a section on the Drilling of a Test Well. Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper 1475-M.
CARLSBAD CAVERNS NATIONAL PARK
C – Horberg, Leland. Geomorphic History of the Carlsbad Caverns Area, New Mexico. The Journal of Geology, Vol. 57, No. 5, Sept. 1949.
C – Wetmore, Alexander. Bones of the Great Horned Owl from the Carlsbad Caverns. The Condor, Vol. XXXIII, Nov. 1931.
C – Baker, James K. The Manner and Efficiency of Raptor Depredations on Bats. Journal of the Cooper Ornithological Society, Vol. 64, No. 6, Nov.-Dec. 1962, pp. 500-503.
CRATER LAKE NATIONAL PARK
C – Applegate, Elmer I. Plants of Crater Lake National Park. The American Midland Naturalist, Vol. 22, No. 2, Sept. 1939.
C – Diller, J.S. Geological History of Crater Lake. Government Printing Office, 1912.
C – Moore, Bernard N. Deposits of Possible Nuce Ardente Origin in the Crater Lake Region. The Journal of Geology, Vol. XLII, No. 4, May-June 1934.
B – Smith, Warren D. and Carl R. Swartzlow. Mount Mazama: Explosion Versus Collapse. Bulletin of the Geological Society of America, Vol. 47, 1936.
C – Williams, Howel. The Geology of Crater Lake National Park, Oregon. Book; Carnegie Institution of Washington Publication 540; 1942.
C – Farner, Donald S. The Birds of Crater Lake National Park. Book; University of Kansas Press, 1952.
C – Hasler, Arthur D. Fish Biology and Limnology of Crater Lake, Oregon. The Journal of Wildlife Management, Vol. 2, No. 3, July 1938.
C – Farner, Donald S. and James Kezer. Notes on the Amphibians and Reptiles of Crater Lake National Park. The American Midland Naturalist, Vol. 20, No. 2, October 1953.
C – Farner, Donald S. Notes on the Food Habits of the Salamanders of Crater Lake, Oregon. Copeia, No. 4, 1947.
C – Sternes, G.L. Climate of Crater Lake National Park. Published by Crater Lake Natural History Association; 1963. 14 pp.
EVERGLADES NATIONAL PARK
A – Dilley, Willard E. Preliminary Checklist of Trees of Everglades National Park. 1953 – Revised January 1957.
C – Schroeder, Melvin C. and Howard Klein. Geology of the Western Everglades Area, Southern Florida. Geological Survey, Circular 314, 1954.
C – Small, John K. Vegetation and Erosion on the Everglade Keys. The Scientific Monthly, Vol. XXX, January 1930.
C – Moore, Joseph Curtis. The Status of the Manatee in the Everglades National Park, with Notes on its Natural History. Journal of Mammalogy, Vol. 32, No. 1, February 1951.
C – Iversen, E.S. and D.C. Tabb. Subpopulations Based on Growth and Tagging Studies of Spotted Seatrout, Cynoscion nebulosus, in Florida. Copeia, No. 3, Sep. 28, 1962, pp. 544-548.
C – Tabb, Durbin C. and Albert C. Jones. Effect of Hurricane Donna on the Aquatic Fauna of North Florida Bay. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, Vol. 91, No. 4, Oct. 1962, pp. 375-378.
C – Tabb, Durbin C., David L. Dubrow, Raymond B. Manning. The Ecology of Northern Florida Bay and Adjacent Estuaries. Florida State Board of Conservation Technical Series No. 39, November 1962. 81 pp.
B – Robertson, William B., Jr. Fire and Vegetation in the Everglades. Proceedings First Annual Tall Timbers Fire Ecology Conference, Mar. 1-2, 1962. Published by Tall Timbers Research Station, Tallahassee, Florida, pp. 67-80.
C – Tabb, Durbin C., David L. Dubrow and Andrew E. Jones. Studies on the Biology of the Pink Shrimp, Penaeus duorarum Burkenroad, in Everglades National Park, Florida. Florida State Board of Conservation, Technical Series No. 37, 32 pp. 1962.
C – Thomas, Lowell P. Distribution and Salinity Tolerance in the Amphiurid Brittlestar, Ophiophragmus Filograneus (Lyman, 1875). Bulletin of Marine Science of the Gulf and Caribbean, Vol. 11, No. 1, pp. 158-160, March 1961.
C – Manning, Raymond B. Some Growth Changes in the Stone Crab, Menippe Mercenaria(Say). Quart. Journ. Fla. Acad. Sci. 23(4): pp. 273-277, 1961.
C – Tabb, Durbin C. and Raymond B. Manning. A Checklist of the Flora and Fauna of Northern Florida Bay and Adjacent Brackish Waters of the Florida Mainland Collected During the Period July 1957 through September 1960. Bulletin of Marine Science of the Gulf and Caribbean, Vol. 11, No. 4, pp. 552-649, December 1961.
B – Robertson, William B., Jr. Birds 1962 Florida Region. Audubon Field Notes, Vol. 16, No. 5, pp. 468-473, October 1962.
GLACIER NATIONAL PARK
C – Lane, Carroll and Mildred Adams Fenton. Algae and Algal Beds in the Belt Series of Glacier National Park. The Journal of Geology, Vol. XXXIX, No. 7, October-November 1931.
A – Alden, William C. Glaciers of Glacier National Park. Government Printing Office, 1914.
A – Elrod, Morton J. Some Lakes of Glacier National Park. Government Printing Office, 1912.
A – Dyson, James L. The Geologic Story of Glacier National Park. Special Bulletin No. 3, Glacier Natural History Association, 1949.
A – Bailey, Vernon and Florence Merriam Bailey. Wild Animals of Glacier National Park. Government Printing Office, 1918.
C – Weckwerth, Richard P. and Vernon D. Hawley. Marten Food Habits and Population Fluctuations in Montana. (Glacier National Park) The Journal of Wildlife Management, Vol. 26, No. 1, Jan. 1962, pp. 55-74.
GRAND CANYON NATIONAL PARK
A – McDougall, W.B. Plants of Grand Canyon National Park. Grand Canyon Natural History Association; Bulletin No. 10, January 1947.
A – McDougall, W.B. Plants of Grand Canyon National Park (Errata and Addenda). Grand Canyon Natural History Association; Bulletin No. 10 Supplement, July 1948.
C – Gilmore, Charles W. Fossil Footprints from the Grand Canyon. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections, Vol. 77, No. 9, January 30, 1926.
C – Gilmore, Charles W. Fossil Footprints from the Grand Canyon: Second Contribution. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections, Vol. 80, No. 3, July 30, 1927.
C – Schenk, Edward T. and Harry E. Wheeler. Cambrian Sequence in Western Grand Canyon, Arizona. The Journal of Geology, Vol. L, No. 7, October-November 1942.
B – McKee, Edwin D. Three Types of Cross-Lamination in Paleozoic Rocks of Northern Arizona. American Journal of Science, Vol. 238, November 1940.
B – McKee, Edwin D. Structures in Modern Sediments Aid in Interpreting Ancient Rocks. Cooperation in Research, Carnegie Institution of Washington, Publication No. 501, 1938.
C – Bassler, R.S. A Supposed Jellyfish from the Pre-Cambrian of the Grand Canyon. Proceedings of the United States National Museum, 1941.
B – McKee, Edwin D. Grand Canyon Climates During the Age of Mammals. Museum Notes, Museum of Northern Arizona, Vol. 4, No. 10, April 1932.
B – McKee, Edwin D. and Edward T. Schenk. The Lower Canyon Lavas and Related Features at Toroweap in Grand Canyon. Journal of Geomorphology, Vol. V, December 1942.
C – Luss, Richard Swann. Fossil Footprints from the Grand Canyon of the Colorado. American Journal of Science, Art. XXI, May 1918.
B – McKee, Edwin D. and Charles M. Bogert. The Amphibians and Reptiles of Grand Canyon National Park. Copeia, No. 4, December 1934.
A – Bailey, Vernon. Mammals of the Grand Canyon Region. Natural History Bulletin No. 1, Grand Canyon Natural History Association, June 1935.
A – Garth, John S. Butterflies of Grand Canyon National Park. Bulletin No. 11, Grand Canyon Natural History Association, September 1950.
GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK
C – Reed, John F. The Vegetation of the Jackson Hole Wildlife Park Wyoming. The American Midlany Naturalist, Vol. 48, No. 3.
C – Fryxell, Fritiof M. The Geology of Jackson Hole. National Parks Magazine, January-March 1944.
C – Horberg, Leland, R.W. Edmund, and F.M. Fryxell. Geomorphic and Structural Relations of Tertiary Volcanics in the Northern Teton Range and Jackson Hole, Wyoming. The Journal of Geology, Vol. 63, No. 6, November 1955.
C – Horberg, Leland and Fritiof Fryxell. Pre-Cambrian Metasediments in Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming. American Journal of Science, Vol. 240, June 1942.
C – Fryxell, Fritiof M. Glacial Features of Jackson Hole, Wyoming, Augustana Book Concern, Rock Island, Illinois, 1930.
C – Fryxell, Fritiof M. Jackson Hole National Monument, The Geologic Story. National Parks Magazine, January-March 1944.
C – Fryxell, F.M. and Leland Horberg. Alpine Mudflows in Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming. Bulletin of the Geological Society of America, Vol. 54, 1943.
C – Murie, Olaus J. Food Habits of the Coyote in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Circular No. 362, United States Dept. of Agriculture, October 1935.
C – Nakamura, Mitsuru. A Survey of Pasteurella tularensis Infection in the Animals of the Jackson Hole Area. Zoologica, Scientific Contributions of the New York Zoological Society, Vol. 35, Part 2, Aug. 1950.
C – Altmann, Margaret. Social Behavior of Elk, Cervus Canadensis Nelsoni, in the Jackson Hole Area of Wyoming. Behaviour, Vol. IV, 2, 1952.
C – Spencer, Warren P. The Drosophila of Jackson Hole, Wyoming–A Taxonomic and Ecological Survey. The American Midland Naturalist, Vol. 43, No. 1, January 1950.
C – Levi, Lorna R. and Herbert W. Levi. A Report on Land Snails of the Jackson Hole Region, Wyoming. The Nautilus, Vol. 65, No. 2, October 1951.
C – John, Kenneth R. Comparative Rates of Survival of Normal and Deformed Chub, Gila Atraria Girard, in Two Ocean Lake, Teton County, Wyoming. Proceedings of the Pennsylvania Academy of Science, Vol. XXXI, 1957.
GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK
C – Lennon, Robert E. Angling on Little Pigeon River, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, 1953. April 1954.
C – Lennon, Robert E. The Electrical Resistivity Meter in Fishery Investigations. January 1959.
C – Cain, Stanley A. Ecological Studies of Vegetation of the Great Smoky Mountains of North Carolina and Tennessee. The Botanical Gazette, Vol. XCI, No. 1, March 1931.
C – Healer, L.R. A Preliminary List of the Fungi of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Castanea, Jour. So. App. Bot. Club, Vol. II, 1937.
C – Cain, Stanley A. An Ecological Study of the Heath Balds of the Great Smoky Mountains. Butler University Botanical Studies, Vol. I, Paper No. 13, Dec. 1930.
C – Gates, William H. Balds of the Southern Appalachians. (Pam.) Louisiana State University Press, 1941.
C – Wilson Charles W., Jr. The Great Smoky Thrust Fault in the Vicinity of Tuckaleeche, Wear, and Cades Coves, Blount and Sevier Counties, Tennessee. Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science, Jan. 1935.
B – Stevenson, Henry M. and Arthur Stupka. The Altitudinal Limits of Certain Birds in the Mountains of the Southeastern States. The Migrant, Vol. 19, No. 3, September 1948.
C – Komarek, Edwin V. and Roy Komarek. Mammals of the Great Smoky Mountains. Bulletin of the Chicago Academy of Sciences, Vol. 5, No. 6, 1938.
B – Stupka, Arthur. Report on Progress Made in a Survey of the Natural History of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Tennessee Academy of Science, Vol. XIII, No. 1, January 1938.
B – King, Willis. Notes on the Distribution of Native Speckled and Rainbow Trout in the Streams at Great Smokey Mountains National Park. Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science, Vol. XII, No. 4, October 1937.
C – McCracken, R.J., R.E. Shanks, and E.E. Clebsch. Soil Morphology and Genesis at Higher Elevations of the Great Smoky Mountains. Soil Science Society of America Proceedings, Vol. 26, No. 4, July-August 1962, pp. 384-388.
C – Barr, Thomas C., Jr. The Genus Trechus (Coleoptera: Carabidae Trechini) in the Southern Appalachians. The Coleopterists’ Bulletin, Vol. 16, No. 3, Sep. 1962, pp. 65-92.
C – Shanks, R.E. and J.S. Olson. First-Year Breakdown of Leaf Litter in Southern Appalachian Forests. Science, Vol. 134, No. 3473, pp. 194-195, July 21, 1961.
C – Norris, D.H. and A.J. Sharp. The Known Distribution of Herpetineuron Toccoae (Sull. & Lesq. Card.) The Journal of the Hattori Botanical Laboratory No. 24, Oct. 1961. pp. 110-114.
C – Shanks, Royal E. Climates of the Great Smoky Mountains. Ecology, Vol. 34, No. 3, July 1954, pp. 354-361.
C – Shanks, R.E. and E.E. Clebsch. Computer Programs for the Estimation of Forest Stand Weight and Mineral Pool. Ecology, Vol. 43, No. 2, Spring 1962, pp. 339-341.
C – Mundt, J. Orvin. Occurrence of Enterococci in Animals in a Wild Environment. Depts. of Bacteriology and Food Technology, Univ. of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tenn. Applied Microbiology 11(2): pp. 136-140, March 1963.
A – Stupka, Arthur. Notes on the Birds of Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The Univ. of Tennessee Press. Published with the cooperation of the Great Smoky Mountains Natural History Association. vii + 242 pp.
HAWAII NATIONAL PARK
C – St. John, Harold. Endemism in the Hawaiian Flora, and a Revision of the Hawaiian Species of Gunnera (Haloragidacene) Hawaiian Plant Studies, 11. Proceedings of the California Academy of Science, Fourth Series, Vol. XXV, No. 16, November 15, 1946.
C – Hinds, Norman E.A. Maui and the Maui Group, Hawaii. The Bulletin of the Geographical Society of Philadelphia, Vol. XXIII, No. 4, October 1925.
C – Finch, R.H. Discussion. A Criticism of Graton’s “Confectures Regarding Volcanic Heat.” American Journal of Science, Vol. 245, March 1947.
C – Wilson, R.M. Ground Surface Movements at Kilauea Volcano, Hawaii. University of Hawaii Research Publications No. 10, 1935.
C – Jagger, T.A. National Standards of Volcano and Earthquake Research. Monthly Bulletin of the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory, Vol. XIII, No. 3, March 1925.
C – Baldwin, Paul H., Charles W. Schwartz, and Elizabeth Reeder Schwartz. Life History and Economic Status of the Mongoose in Hawaii. Journal of Mammalogy, Vol. 33, No. 3, August 1952.
C – Baldwin, Paul H. The Hawaiian Goose, Its Distribution and Reduction in Numbers. The Condor, Vol. 47, No. 1, January-February 1945.
ISLE ROYALE NATIONAL PARK
C – Koelz, Walter. A Survey of the Lakes of Isle Royale, With an Account of the Fish Occurring in Them. 1929.
C – Povah, Alfred H.W. New Fungi from Isle Royale. Mycologia, Vol. XXIV, No. 2, March-April 1932.
B – Murie, Adolph. The Moose of Isle Royale. Miscellaneous Publications No. 25, University of Michigan Museum of Zoology, July 1934.
C – Hubbs, Carl L. and Karl F. Lagler. Fishes of Isle Royale, Lake Superior, Michigan. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts, and Letters, Vol. XXXIII, 1947. Pub. 1949.
C – Adams, Charles C. An Ecological Survey of Isle Royale, Lake Superior, Wynkoop Hollenbeck Crawford Co., State Printers, Lansing, 1909.
C – Allen, Durward L. and L. David Mech. Wolvers versus Moose on Isle Royale. National Geographic Magazine. February 1963 issue. pp. 200-219.
LASSEN VOLCANIC NATIONAL PARK
C – Finch, R.H. and C.A. Anderson. The Quartz Basalt Eruptions of Cinder Cone, Lassen Volcanic National Park, California. Bulletin of the Dept. of Geological Sciences, Vol. 19, No. 10, 1930.
C – Williams, Howel. A Recent Volcanic Eruption Near Lassen Peak, California. Bulletin of the Dept. of Geological Sciences, Vol. 17, No. 7, 1928.
C – Day, Arthur L. Possible Causes of the Volcanic Activity at Lassen Peak. Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, Vol. 12, Nos. 2 and 3, June-September 1922.
C – Diller, J.S. The Volcanic History of Lassen Peak. Government Printing Office, 1918.
C – Diller, J.S. The Eruptions of Lassen Peak California. The Mazama, Vol. IV, No. 3, December 1914.
C – Day, Arthur L. and E.T. Allen. The Temperatures of Hot Springs and the Sources of Their Heat and Water Supply — The Source of the Heat and the Source of the Water in the Hot Springs of the Lassen National Park. The Journal of Geology, Vol. XXXII, No. 3, April-May 1924.
MAMMOTH CAVE NATIONAL PARK
C – Barr, Thomas C., Jr. The Blind Beetles of Mammoth Cave, Kentucky. The American Midland Naturalist, Vol. 68, No. 2, pp. 278-284, October 1962. University of Notre Dame Press, Notre Dame, Indiana.
C – Hall, John S. Notes on Plecotus Rafinesquii in Central Kentucky. Journal of Mammalogy, Vol. 44, No. 1, 20 Feb. 1963, pp. 119-120.
C – Jegla, Thomas C. and John S. Hall. A Pleistocene Deposit of the Free-Tailed Bat in Mammoth Cave, Kentucky. Journal of Mammalogy, Vol. 43, No. 4, 7 Dec. 1962, pp. 477-481.
MOUNT RAINIER NATIONAL PARK
C – Hopson, Clifford A., Aaron C. Waters , V . R. Bender, and Meyer Rubin. The Latest Eruptions from Mount Rainier Volcano. The Journal of Geology 70 (6): pp. 635-647, November 1962.
OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK
C – Kitchin, E.A. Birds of the Olympic Peninsula. Book available in Pioneer Memorial Museum; 1949.
C – Jones, George Neville. Botanical Survey of the Olympic Peninsula. Book in Park files; 1936.
C – Church, P. E. and R.P. Sharp. Blue Glacier Studies. National Academy Sciences IGY Bulletin No. 11; 1958.
C – LaChapelle, Edward. Annual Mass and Energy Exchange on the Blue Glacier. Jour. Geophysical Res., Vol. 64, No. 4; 1959.
C – Kamb, Barclay W. Ice Petrofabric Observations from Blue Glacier, Washington, in Relation to Theory and Experiment. Jour. Geophysical Res., Vol. 64 (11): 1891-1909; 1959.
C – Allen, C.R., W.B. Kamb, and R.P. Sharp. Structure of the Lower Blue Glacier, Washington. Jour. Geology, Vol. 68(6): 601-625; 1960.
C – Sharp, Robert P., Samuel Epstein, and Irene Vidziumas. Oxygen-Isotope Ratios in the Blue Glacier Olympic Mountains, Washington, U.S.A. Jour. Geophysical Res., Vol. 65(12): 1960.
VIRGIN ISLANDS NATIONAL PARK
C – Seaman, George A. and John E. Randall. The Mongoose as a Predator in the Virgin Islands. Journal of Mammalogy, Vol. 43, No. 4, November 1962, pp. 544-546.
C – Kumpf, Herman E. and Helen A. Randall. Charting the Marine Environments of St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands. Bulletin of Marine Science of the Gulf and Caribbean, Vol. 11, No. 4, pp. 543-551, Dec. 1961.
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK
C – Benson, Norman G. Limnology of Yellowstone Lake in Relation to the Cutthroat Trout. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Research Report #56.
C – Bulkley, Ross V. Fluctuations in Age Composition and Growth Rate of Cutthroat Trout in Yellowstone Lake. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Research Report 54.
C – Schaefer, V.J. Final Report, 1961 Yellowstone Field Research Seminar. Publ. #1, Atmospheric Sciences Research Center, State University of New York, Albany, 1961.
C – Bulkley, Ross V. and Norman G. Benson. Predicting Year-Class Abundance of Yellowstone Lake Cutthroat Trout. Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife Research Report No. 59. 1962. iv + 21 pp.
C – Craighead, Frank C., John J. Craighead and Richard S. Davies. Radio-tracking of Grizzly Bears. Bio-Telemetry, Pergamon Press, Oxford, London, New York, Paris. 1963. pp. 133-148.
YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK
C – Hartesveldt, Richard J. The Effects of Human Impact Upon Sequoia gigantea and Its Environment in the Mariposa Grove, Yosemite National Park, California. Thesis. xxii + 310 pp. (Offset duplicated)