Scientific expeditions -- Bermuda Islands
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
New York Zoological Society. Department of Tropical Research additional records
Abstract This collection consists of records related to the work of the New York Zoological Society’s Department of Tropical Research, which conducted ecological expeditions between 1916 and 1964. These records appear to have been transferred to the Wildlife Conservation Society Archives after the primary DTR collections were processed, and they supplement those collections (WCS Archives Collections 1005A-1005J). The majority of the records were created by DTR Director William Beebe and Assistant...
Dates: circa 1916-1964; Majority of material found within 1920 - 1949
New York Zoological Society. Department of Tropical Research. Oceanographic expeditions. Bermuda records
Abstract This collection consists of data, manuscript notes, and lists documenting the marine science activities of the Department of Tropical Research staff at Bermuda from 1929 through 1939. Included are trawling records, fish outlines, bird censuses. This collection also includes logbooks of notes dictated to Gloria Hollister by William Beebe via telephone from the bathysphere dives of 1930, 1931, and 1932; correspondence concerning the bathysphere, 1929-1930, from John H. J. Butler's office at...
Dates: 1929 - 1949
New York Zoological Society. Department of Tropical Research. Research Associate. Gloria Hollister Anable papers
Abstract Gloria Hollister Anable, nee Gloria Hollister, was a naturalist and ichthyologist who, from 1928-1941, was employed as a Research Associate under Dr. William Beebe in the New York Zoological Society’s Department of Tropical Research. As a Research Assistant, she specialized in preparing ichthyological specimens, and she developed a new technique for preparing fish specimens in which the skin and internal organs of the fish were made transparent, rendering their skeletons far more useful for...
Dates: 1914 - 2005; Majority of material found within 1926 - 1947