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|Title: ||Charles M. Breder Jr.: Florida, 1961-1963|
|Authors: ||Breder, Charles M. Jr.|
Dr. Eugenie Clark
|Issue Date: ||Jun-2014|
|Publisher: ||Mote Marine Laboratory, Sarasota, FL.|
|Series/Report no.: ||Mote Technical Report;No. 1800|
|Abstract: ||This is the fourth of eight field journals by Dr. Charles M. Breder Jr. written during
his fieldwork in Florida from 1958 to 1974. This diary covers Dr. Breder’s
experiments at his home in Englewood from 1961 to 1963. Most of Dr. Breder’s
observations are fish sounds recorded near his dock using homemade recording
devices. Dr. Breder noted the impact of light and temperature, among other
factors, on the types of sounds recorded. Additionally, the journal contains Dr.
Breder’s observations of terrestrial animals, such as birds and raccoons. Dr.
Breder’s finances and other personal matters are also discussed.|
|Description: ||Pages: 101. Dates: November 13, 1961-January 11, 1963.|
|Appears in Collections:||Charles M. Breder Jr Field Journals and Transcriptions|
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