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Title: Charles M. Breder Jr.: Personal Bibliography, Personal Chronography and Lectures, 1915-1978
Authors: Breder, Charles M. Jr.
Keywords: biblography
chronography
locomotion
flying fishes
spawning
schooling
behavior
lectures
blind cave fish
Mexican
Sandy Hook Bay
Panama
Mexico
Woods Hole
Andros Island
Bahamas
Florida
Issue Date: Jun-2014
Publisher: Mote Marine Laboratory, Sarasota, FL.
Series/Report no.: Mote Technical Report;1796
Abstract: This journal includes the Personal Bibliography, Personal Chronography and Lectures of Dr. Charles M. Breder Jr. The personal bibliography spanning the years of 1915 to 1976 reflects Dr. Breder’s research on the behavior of birds, fishes, and aquatic life. The personal bibliography reveals extensive research on the locomotion of fishes, feeding behavior, schooling habits, and spawning behavior. The work covers locations, such as, Sandy Hook Bay, Panama, Bahamas, Andros Island, Woods Hole, Mexico, and Florida. Additionally, the personal chronography from 1915 to 1978 provides insight to both his personal life events and professional accomplishments. The list of lectures from 1924-1944 offers further evidence of Dr. Breder’s research on topics, such as, animal sounds, the flight of fishes, the field work of the New York Aquarium, and the evolution and behavior of blind cave fish.
Description: Pages: 54
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2075/3329
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