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Title: Charles M. Breder, Jr. : Bahamas and Florida.
Authors: Cantillo, Adrianna Y.
Collins, Elizabeth
Stover, Susan M.
Hale, Kay K.
Keywords: ecosystems
coastal ecology
aquatic resources
terrestrial resources
marine animals
fish specimens
blue holes (Andros Island, Bahamas)
Andros Island (Bahamas)
Nassau (Bahamas)
Florida (United States)
Issue Date: Apr-2003
Publisher: Mote Marine Laboratory, Sarasota, FL and NOAA, Silver Spring, MD,
Series/Report no.: Mote Technical Report ;
No. 884
NOAA Technical Memorandum NOS NCCOS CCMA ;
Abstract: Dr. Charles Breder, a well known ichthyologist, kept meticulous field diaries throughout his career. This publication is a transcription of field notes recorded during the Bacon Andros Expeditions, and trips to Florida, Ohio and Illinois during the 1930s. Breder's work in Andros included exploration of a "blue hole", inland ecosystems, and collection of marine and terrestrial specimens. Anecdotes include descriptions of camping on the beach, the "filly-mingoes" (Flamingos) of Andros Island, the Marine Studios of Jacksonville, FL, a trip to Havana, and the birth of seahorses. This publication is part of a series of transcriptions of Dr. Breder's diaries.
Description: 59 p. Includes table of contents, photographs, drawings, tables and maps.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2075/798
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