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The Resource Readings in ecology, edited by Edward J. Kormondy

Readings in ecology, edited by Edward J. Kormondy

Label
Readings in ecology
Title
Readings in ecology
Statement of responsibility
edited by Edward J. Kormondy
Contributor
Editor
Writer of preface
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
577
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
QH541
LC item number
.K6
Literary form
non fiction
NLM call number
QH 541
NLM item number
K84r 1965
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1926-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Kormondy, Edward J.
Series statement
Prentice-Hall biological science series
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Ecology
  • Ecology
  • Écologie
  • Écologie
  • Ecology
  • Écologie
Label
Readings in ecology, edited by Edward J. Kormondy
Instantiates
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Optima and limiting factors
  • The trophic-dynamic aspect of ecology
  • Raymond L. Lindeman
  • Dynamics of production in marine area
  • George L. Clarke
  • Trophic structure and productivity of Silver Springs, Florida
  • Howard T. Odum
  • Nitrate in the sea
  • H.W. Harvey
  • Hydrogen ion concentration, soil properties and growth of higher plants
  • O. Arrhenius
  • F.F. Blackman
  • The biological control of chemical factors in the environment
  • Alfred C. Redfield
  • Lakes in relation to terrestrial life patterns
  • Aldo Leopold
  • Homage to Santa Rosalia or Why are there so many kinds of animals?
  • G. Evelyn Hutchinson
  • On bird species diversity
  • Robert H. Mac Arthur, John W. Mac Arthur
  • Relationships between structure and function in ecosystems
  • Eugene P. Odum
  • Physiological animal geography
  • On certain unifying principles in ecology
  • Ramon Margalef
  • Victor E. Shelford
  • Water -- general considerations; thermal properties
  • Lawrence J. Henderson
  • Heat exchange near the ground; cold air floods and cold air dams
  • Rudolf Geiger
  • The utilization of solar energy by aquatic organisms
  • George L. Clarke
  • Enquiry into plants
  • Factors effecting vegetational zonation on coastal dunes
  • Henry J. Oosting, W. Dwight Billings
  • Further studies in photoperiodism, the response of the plant to relative length of day and night
  • W.W. Garner, H.A. Allard
  • Compensation for temperature in the metabolism and activity of poikilotherms
  • Theodore H. Bullock
  • The method of trial and error in the behavior of lower organisms
  • Herbert S. Jennings
  • Forced movements, tropisms and animal conduct
  • Jacques Loeb
  • Theophrastus
  • Instinct, with original observations on young animals
  • Douglas A. Spalding
  • Taxis and instinkthandlung in der eirollbewegung der Graugans. I.
  • Konrad Lorenz, Niko Tinbergen
  • Discrimination of stream odors by fishes and its relation to parent stream behavior
  • Arthur D. Hasler, Warren J. Wisby
  • An essay on the principle of population as it affects the future improvement of society
  • Thomas Robert Malthus
  • Notice sur la loi que la population suit dans son accroisement
  • P.F. Verhulst
  • History of plants
  • On the rate of growth of the population of the United States since 1790 and its mathematical representation
  • Raymond Pearl, Lowell J. Reed
  • The quantitative analysis of environmental factors
  • Royal N. Chapman
  • Periodic fluctuations in the numbers of animals: their causes and effects
  • Charles S. Elton
  • Cooperation and conflict among primitive organisms
  • Paul R. Burkholder
  • Competition for common food in protozoa
  • G.F. Gause
  • Linnaeus
  • The influence of interspecific competition and other factors on the distribution of the barnacle Chthamalus stellatus
  • Joseph H. Connell
  • Territory in bird life
  • H. Eliot Howard
  • A study of some ant larvae with a consideration of the origin and meaning of the social habit among insects
  • William Morton Wheeler
  • Studies in animal aggregations: causes and effects of bunching in land isopods
  • W.C. Allee
  • Natural selection and family size in the starling
  • David Lack
  • The natural history of ants
  • The role of weather in determining the distribution and abundance of animals
  • L.C. Birch
  • The self-adjustment of populations to change
  • A.J. Nicholson
  • Community structure, population control, and competition
  • Nelson G. Hairston, Frederick E. Smith, Lawrence B. Slobodkin
  • Report on the Mollusca and Radiata on the Ægean Sea, and on their distribution considered as bearing on geology
  • Edward Forbes
  • An oyster-bank is biocönose, or a social community
  • Karl Möbius
  • René Antoine Ferchault De Réaumur
  • Oecology of plants, an introduction to the study of plant communities
  • Eugene Warming
  • The ecological relations of the vegetation on the sand dunes of Lake Michigan
  • Henry C. Cowles
  • The role of ecotypic variation in the distribution of the central grassland of North America
  • Calvin McMillan
  • Studies on Connecticut lake sediments. I.A postglacial climatic chronology for southern New England
  • Edward S. Deevey, Jr.
  • Plant succession, an analysis of the development of vegetation
  • Frederic E. Clements
  • Organic chemistry in its application to vegetable physiology and agriculture
  • Principles of classification of the spruce communities of European Russia
  • V.N. Sukatchew
  • Remarques sur l'étude des groupements de plantes
  • Josias Braun-Blanquet, Ernst Furrer
  • Die Grundgesetzmässigkeiten im Aufbau der Vegetationsdecke
  • L.G. Ramensky
  • The individualistic concept of the plant association
  • H.A. Gleason
  • Characteristics of natural areas and factors in their development
  • Stanley A. Cain
  • Justus Liebig
  • A consideration of climax theory: the climax as a population and pattern
  • R.H. Whittaker
  • Ecosystem as the basic unit in ecology
  • Francis C. Evans
  • The lake as a microcosm
  • Stephen A. Forbes
  • The accumulation of energy by plants
  • Edgar Nelson Transeau
  • The annual energy budget of an inland lake
  • Chancey Juday
Control code
ocm00555335
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xiv, 219 pages
Lccn
65026924
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 61711
  • (OCoLC)00555335
Label
Readings in ecology, edited by Edward J. Kormondy
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Optima and limiting factors
  • The trophic-dynamic aspect of ecology
  • Raymond L. Lindeman
  • Dynamics of production in marine area
  • George L. Clarke
  • Trophic structure and productivity of Silver Springs, Florida
  • Howard T. Odum
  • Nitrate in the sea
  • H.W. Harvey
  • Hydrogen ion concentration, soil properties and growth of higher plants
  • O. Arrhenius
  • F.F. Blackman
  • The biological control of chemical factors in the environment
  • Alfred C. Redfield
  • Lakes in relation to terrestrial life patterns
  • Aldo Leopold
  • Homage to Santa Rosalia or Why are there so many kinds of animals?
  • G. Evelyn Hutchinson
  • On bird species diversity
  • Robert H. Mac Arthur, John W. Mac Arthur
  • Relationships between structure and function in ecosystems
  • Eugene P. Odum
  • Physiological animal geography
  • On certain unifying principles in ecology
  • Ramon Margalef
  • Victor E. Shelford
  • Water -- general considerations; thermal properties
  • Lawrence J. Henderson
  • Heat exchange near the ground; cold air floods and cold air dams
  • Rudolf Geiger
  • The utilization of solar energy by aquatic organisms
  • George L. Clarke
  • Enquiry into plants
  • Factors effecting vegetational zonation on coastal dunes
  • Henry J. Oosting, W. Dwight Billings
  • Further studies in photoperiodism, the response of the plant to relative length of day and night
  • W.W. Garner, H.A. Allard
  • Compensation for temperature in the metabolism and activity of poikilotherms
  • Theodore H. Bullock
  • The method of trial and error in the behavior of lower organisms
  • Herbert S. Jennings
  • Forced movements, tropisms and animal conduct
  • Jacques Loeb
  • Theophrastus
  • Instinct, with original observations on young animals
  • Douglas A. Spalding
  • Taxis and instinkthandlung in der eirollbewegung der Graugans. I.
  • Konrad Lorenz, Niko Tinbergen
  • Discrimination of stream odors by fishes and its relation to parent stream behavior
  • Arthur D. Hasler, Warren J. Wisby
  • An essay on the principle of population as it affects the future improvement of society
  • Thomas Robert Malthus
  • Notice sur la loi que la population suit dans son accroisement
  • P.F. Verhulst
  • History of plants
  • On the rate of growth of the population of the United States since 1790 and its mathematical representation
  • Raymond Pearl, Lowell J. Reed
  • The quantitative analysis of environmental factors
  • Royal N. Chapman
  • Periodic fluctuations in the numbers of animals: their causes and effects
  • Charles S. Elton
  • Cooperation and conflict among primitive organisms
  • Paul R. Burkholder
  • Competition for common food in protozoa
  • G.F. Gause
  • Linnaeus
  • The influence of interspecific competition and other factors on the distribution of the barnacle Chthamalus stellatus
  • Joseph H. Connell
  • Territory in bird life
  • H. Eliot Howard
  • A study of some ant larvae with a consideration of the origin and meaning of the social habit among insects
  • William Morton Wheeler
  • Studies in animal aggregations: causes and effects of bunching in land isopods
  • W.C. Allee
  • Natural selection and family size in the starling
  • David Lack
  • The natural history of ants
  • The role of weather in determining the distribution and abundance of animals
  • L.C. Birch
  • The self-adjustment of populations to change
  • A.J. Nicholson
  • Community structure, population control, and competition
  • Nelson G. Hairston, Frederick E. Smith, Lawrence B. Slobodkin
  • Report on the Mollusca and Radiata on the Ægean Sea, and on their distribution considered as bearing on geology
  • Edward Forbes
  • An oyster-bank is biocönose, or a social community
  • Karl Möbius
  • René Antoine Ferchault De Réaumur
  • Oecology of plants, an introduction to the study of plant communities
  • Eugene Warming
  • The ecological relations of the vegetation on the sand dunes of Lake Michigan
  • Henry C. Cowles
  • The role of ecotypic variation in the distribution of the central grassland of North America
  • Calvin McMillan
  • Studies on Connecticut lake sediments. I.A postglacial climatic chronology for southern New England
  • Edward S. Deevey, Jr.
  • Plant succession, an analysis of the development of vegetation
  • Frederic E. Clements
  • Organic chemistry in its application to vegetable physiology and agriculture
  • Principles of classification of the spruce communities of European Russia
  • V.N. Sukatchew
  • Remarques sur l'étude des groupements de plantes
  • Josias Braun-Blanquet, Ernst Furrer
  • Die Grundgesetzmässigkeiten im Aufbau der Vegetationsdecke
  • L.G. Ramensky
  • The individualistic concept of the plant association
  • H.A. Gleason
  • Characteristics of natural areas and factors in their development
  • Stanley A. Cain
  • Justus Liebig
  • A consideration of climax theory: the climax as a population and pattern
  • R.H. Whittaker
  • Ecosystem as the basic unit in ecology
  • Francis C. Evans
  • The lake as a microcosm
  • Stephen A. Forbes
  • The accumulation of energy by plants
  • Edgar Nelson Transeau
  • The annual energy budget of an inland lake
  • Chancey Juday
Control code
ocm00555335
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xiv, 219 pages
Lccn
65026924
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 61711
  • (OCoLC)00555335

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