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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 23807

Chapter 23807 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.

The SO (sub 2) / O (sub 2) system as a novel technology for the remediation of contaminated sediments. CIM Magazine 96(1072): 72

The SPICE carbon isotope excursion in Siberia; a combined study of the upper Middle Cambrian-lowermost Ordovician Kulyumbe River section, northwestern Siberian Platform. Geological Magazine 145(5): 609-622

The SPIT method for simultaneous and unobtrusive collection of salivary cortisol from individually housed infant monkeys. Unknown

The SR condition in Drosophila bi-fasciata. Diss: 2598

The SSC cycle: a PDCA approach to address site-specific characteristics in a continuous shallow water quality monitoring project. Journal of Environmental Monitoring 10(5): 604-611

The SSR and SDS-PAGE identification of wheat cultivars HeNong822 induced by EMS.

The SST-forced predictability of the sub-seasonal mode over East Asia with an atmospheric general circulation model. International Journal of Climatology 28(12): 1599-1606

The STAR common metrics approach to the WFD intercalibration process: full application for small, lowland rivers in three European countries. Hydrobiologia. August; 566: 379-399

The STAR project: context, objectives and approaches. Hydrobiologia. August; 566: 3-29

The SUCCESS Academy; a cooperative public school-university effort. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 39(5): 16

The SUI-homologous translation initiation factor eIF-1 is involved in regulation of ion homeostasis in rice. Plant Biology 10(3): 298-309

The SYLVIA program: first annual report of the Catalan constant effort site scheme (2000-01). Bird Populations. 2001- ( ); 6: 35-50

The Sabellariidae of Japan. Journal of the Faculty of Science Hokkaido University Zoology, 6: 235-253

The Sabina Plateau, palaeoescarpment, and basin; Central Apennines. Pages 249-269 2002

The Sabine's gull in southwestern British Columbia. Can. Fld Nat.: 84: 310-311

The Saccus vasculosus of the tuna brain. Copeia, 241-242

The Sacoglossa from Caulerpa in Kabira Bay of Ishigaki Island. Nanki Seibutu(2): 49-53.

The Sacoglossa from Ishigaki Island (Gastropoda: Opisthobranchia).

The Sacred Ibis. Wild Life and Sport, 2(3): 22-25

The Sacred Kingfisher (Halcyon sancta). Avicultural Magazine, VI 117-119

The Sacrum of Morosaurus. Kansas Quarterly, VII 173-175

The Saddlebill Stork seen at Beaufort West. Ostrich, 27: 91

The Saemangeum reclamation project in South Korea threatens to extinguish an unique mollusk, ectosymbiotic bivalve species attached to the shell of Lingula anatina. Plankton and Benthos Research ruary; 2(1): 70-75

The Saffron Finch. Avicultural Magazine, III 127-129

The Sage Grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus). Condor, VII 102-105

The Sage Thrasher at San Diego. Condor Hollywood, 11 174

The Sage-brush Swift in pasture insect control. Herpetologica San Diego, 41: 25

The Sagebrush Vole in Washington State. Murrelet Seattle, 29: 44-47

The Sagebrush lizard a new locality and comments on its distribution in West Central California. California Fish & Game: 310-311

The Sahel Zone as an environment for palaearctic migrants. Ibis, 1153: 413-417

The Sahuaro Screech Owl as a recognizable race. Condor Hollywood, 18 163-165

The Saiga. Oryx, 7(1): 30-33

The Saint Andrews Marine Laboratory under the Fishery Board for Scotland. Bull Soc Agric France, VII 109-131

The Saint Peter Sandstone. Bulletin Minnesota Acad, iv(No. 1: 64-88

The Saker (Hiewfulco cherrug) in Tunisia. Ibis London, 215-216

The Saker falcon in Aral Sea region.

The Saker falcon in European Russia. Newsletter of the World Working Group on Birds of Prey and Owls, 29-32: 13-16

The Salado River porphyry belt between Ancho Valley and Vicuna deposits, Catamarca, La Rioja and San Juan provinces. Publicacion Especial - Asociacion Argentina de Geologos Economistas 1(Pages 31-50

The Salamanders of Japan..

The Salamanders of Putnam County. Proceedings of the Indiana Academy of Science, 45: 287-294

The Salamanders of the Chicago Area. Field Museum of Natural History Chicago Zoology Leaflet, 12: 15

The Salamanders of the Family Hynobiidae. Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences Boston, 58: 445-523

The Salamanders of the genera Desmognathus and Leucognathus. Washington U. Mus. Proc: 393-433

The Salar de Atacama Basin; a subsiding block within the western edge of the Altiplano-Puna Plateau. Pages 303-325 2006

The Saldidae of Nevada (Hemiptera). Pan-Pacific Entomologist, 38: 147-159

The Saldoidea of China (Hemiptera). Quarterly Journal of the Taiwan Museum, 7: 263-266

The Salientia of Kentucky: Identification and distribution. Transactions of the Kentucky Academy of Science, 17(2): 81-87

The Salmon.

The Salmon. Unknown

The Salmon and Salmon fisheries of Alaska. Bull Fish. Comm: 1-178

The Salmon and Trout of Japan. Annotationes Zoologicae Japonenses, IV 69-75

The Salmon as a sea fish. Salmon and Trout Magazine, 51: 128-140

The Salmon of the Derwent. Salmon and Trout Magazine, 7

The Salmon of the Derwent 1923. Salmon and Trout Magazine, ( ): 6

The Salmon of the Derwent, 1924. Salmon and Trout Magazine, 40: 213-218

The Salmon of the R. Grand Cascapedia, Canada. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, 47: 142-147

The Salmon of the Yukon River. Bulletin of the Bureau of Fisheries Washington, 38: 317-332

The Salmon. Its Life Story. 2nd Ed. 8. Edinburgh and London: 213 pp.

The Salmon: its life story.

The Salmonidae and associated fish of South Devon rivers. Journal of the Devon Trust for Nature Conservation, 408-412

The Salmonidae of British Columbia. P N H Soc Brit Col, I 7-19

The Salmonidae of three Scottish districts. Salmon and Trout Magazine, 68: 263-267

The Salopian Graptolite shales of the Long Mountain and similar rocks of Wenlock Edge. Proceedings of the Geologists' Association London, 434: 359-362

The Salopian Rocks and Geological Structure of the Country around Eglws-fach and Glan Conway, N.W. Denbighshire. Proceedings of the Geologists' Association London, 543: 93-112

The Salopian Rocks of the Clwydian Range between the Bodfari Gap and Moel Llys-y-Coed, Flintshire. Proceedings of the Geologists' Association London, 512: 190-206

The Salpidae collected by the United States Fisheries Steamer Albatross in Philippine Waters during the years 1908 and 1909. Bulletin United States National Museum, 100(2): 1-4

The Salt Mountain Limestone of Alabama. Bulletin Geological Survey of Alabama, 46: 1-126

The Salt-Marsh Amphipod: Orchestia palustris. Cold Spring Harbor Monographs, III 20

The Salt-Marsh Yellowthroats of San Francisco. Condor Hollywood, 20 62-64

The Saltash tuck-net fishery and the ecology of some estuarine fishes. Jour Marine Biol Assoc United Kingdom 24(1): 1-68

The Saltatorial Orthoptera of Socotra. Journal of the Linnean Society London Zoology, 43: 359-389

The Saltee Islands Bird sanctuary, pp. 93-95; also J. Weaving and J. Barlee. Bird notes from the Saltee Islands, May 1943, pp. 95-98. Irish Naturalists' Journal, 8

The Salticidae (Spiders) of Panama. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology, 97: 1-474

The Salticidsae (jumping spiders) of Michigan. Papers from the Michigan Academy of Science Arts and Letters, 29(1943): 139-222

The salting-in hypothesis of post-hypertonic lysis. Cryobiology 57(3): 251-256

The Salton Sea geothermal fields. DOE/ID Report Pages 3

The Salton Sea. Geology, history, potential problems, politics, and possible futures of an unnatural desert salt lake. Memoirs of the Southern California Academy of Sciences. October 18; 10 i-viii, 1-240

The Salzburg zoological gardens, Hellbrun, and their Griffon vultures. Biological Conservation, 1: 172

The Sambur call of the Tiger and its explanation. Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society, 41: 889-892

The San Bernardino ringneck snake Diadophis punctatus modestus in captivity.

The San Diegan Alligator Lizard And The Black Widow Spider. Science 85(2195): 99-100

The San Diego alligator lizard, Gerrhonotus multicarinatus webbi, in captivity. Bulletin of the Philadelphia Herpetological Society, 113-4: 44-45

The San Domingo Grebe in Bescar County, Texas. Condor Hollywood, 18 221-222

The San Felipe Road A snake hunter's disappointment. Herpetologica, 7: 191

The San Francisco Peaks. A biological sky-island. Plateau, 495: 2-9

The San Geronimo Swift in Honduras. Wilson Bulletin, 63: 271-273

The San Josc scale and its control. Farmers' Bulletin, 650 28 pp.)

The San Jose Scale and its nearest allies. Bulletin Dep Agric Ent Tech, VI 31

The San Jose and other scale Insects, and the Indiana Nursery inspection Law. Bull Indiana Agric Stat, X 45-52

The San Jose and other scale insects prepared for the use of fruit growers and scale inspectors. Unknown

The San Jose or Chinese scale. U S Department of Agriculture Bureau of Entomology Bulletin, 62: 1-89

The San Jose scale (Aspidiotus perniciosus Comstock). Report of the Entomological Society of Ontario, XXVIII 78-89

The San Jose scale Aspidiotus perniciosus and some other destructive scale-insects of the State of New York. Bullrk Mus: 267-305

The San Jose scale and its control. U S Department of Agriculture Bureau of Entomology Circular, 124 18 pp.)

The San Jose scale and its relation to climatic districts or life zonesin Wisconsin. Journal of Economic Entomology, 3 101-103

The San Jose scale and natural sources ofits entomophages in Saghalien. Byull. vses. nauch.-issled. Inst. Zasch. Rast., 9: 9-13

The San Jose scale in 1896-1897. Bulletin Dep Agric Ent, XII 31

The San Jose Scale In Japan. Science 13(323): 383-385

The San Jose scale in Missouri. Agric Exp Sta Missouri Columbia Bull, 98 61-116

The San Jose scale on dried fruit. Bulletin Dep Agric Ent, XVIII 7-13

The San Jose scale, Aspidiotus perniciosus Comstock, and its probable introduction into England. Unknown

The San Jose scale: A brief popular account of a notorious insect pest, with a statement of its present recorded status in North Carolina. Journal of the Elisha Mitchell Scientific Society, 24 52-59

The San Jose scale: its native home and natural enemy. U S Department of Agriculture Yearbook, 1902 155-174

The San Lucas Sparrow (Passerculus rostratus guttatus) in California. Auk Cambridge Mass, 34 340

The San Nicolas Rock-Wren. Auk: 237-239

The San Pedro River; a case study for examining past landscape change and forecasting hydrological and biological response to urban growth and land-use change. U S

The Sand Grouse breeding in captivity. Zoologist, 298 & 299

The Sand-Lizard in the North of England. Zoologist, 4(v): 355-357

The Sand-eel of Novaya Zemlya (Ammodytes marinus Raitt). CR Acad Sci Leningrad NS : 4: 233-235

The Sand-hill Crane still calls. Natural History New York, 58: 378-380

The Sand-hill Crane. Pp. x + 202 17 pls. Bulletin Cranbrook Institute of Science

The Sanderling on Wilson's Promontory. Aust. Bird Watcher, 3: 247-251

The Sandhill Crane (Grus mexicana) in Ohio. Auk Cambridge Mass, 28 368

The Sandhill Crane in middle Tennessee. Jour Tennessee Acad Sci 15(4): 401

The Sandhill Crane in the Bernard W. Baker Sanctuary, Michigan, pp. 38-51 2 pls. Some bird observations at Chevak, Alaska, p. 249. Incubation period of the Sandhill Crane, Grus canadensis tabida.

The Sandhill Crane on the Phyllis Haehnle Sanctuary Area. Jack Pine Warbler, 33: 77-82

The Sandhill history. Unknown

The Sandvik peridotite, Gurskøy, Norway: Three billion years of mantle evolution in the Baltica lithosphere.

The Sandwell Valley harvest mouse re-introduction project 2002.

The Sandwich Tern (Sterna cantiaca) in Dee: general status and first nesting record. ScotEdinburgh: 84-85

The Sandwich Tern as a breeding bird in the Netherlands. Limosa, 32: 13-23

The Sandwich Tern breeding in winter plumage and in immature plumage. Ibis 14th Ser 4: 150-151

The Sandwich Terns of Ravenglass. Aquarist London, 11: 19-21

The Sandwich tern (Sterna s. sandvicensis Lath.) on the sea shore of the Gulf of Riga in summer 1971. Zoologijas Muz Rak P Stuckas Latvij Valsts Univ, 9: 71-74

The Santa Barbara oil spills of 1969: a post-spill survey of the rocky intertidal. Unknown

The Santa Cruz Island Vireo. Condor, V 157

The Santa Cruz Song Sparrow, with notes on the Salt Marsh Song Sparrow. Condor, III 92, 93

The Santa Cruz Typotheria. Philadelphia Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 47 64-78

The Santa Lucia Parrot (Chrysotis versicolor). Avicultural Magazine, VIII 275 & 276

The Santa Marta region of Colombia from an Orthopterological viewpoint, with deductions relative to tropical American collecting. Entomological News Philadelphia, 31 281-285

The Santa Rosa igneous complex at Navarino Island; syntectonic and/ or diapiric emplacement. Actas - Congreso Geologico Chileno 3, Tome III: F197-F202

The Santonian-Campanian phosphatic chalks of England and France. Proceedings of the Geologists' Association ; 117(2): 219-237

The Sarawak Museum Insect Collections. Sarawak Museum Journal, 5: 568-580

The Sarawak Museum Insect collections. II. List of type specimens of Arachnoidea and Insecta in the Sarawak Museum, Kuching. Sarawak Museum Journal, 5: 568-580

The Sarawak anti-malaria project. Sarawak Museum Journal NS: 9: 215-248

The Sarawak turtle islands' Semah.. Journal of the Malayan Branch Asiatic Society Singapore, 233: 105-126

The Sarco-phaginae and their relatives in New York, Parts I, II. Journal of the New York Entomological Society, 48: 127-152

The Sarcopha- ginae of Panama (Diptera: Calliphori-dae). Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, 66: 251-285

The Sarcophagidae (Diptera) of the West Indies. I. The Bahama Islands. II. Jamaica. Annals of the Entomological Society of America, 58: 474-497

The Sarcophagidae of Barro Colorado Island, Panama (Diptera). Annals of the Entomological Society of America, 61: 421-450

The Sarcophagidae of Guam (Diptera). ProcSoc. Washington: 127-136

The Sarcophaginae of Australia and New Zealand. Proc Linn Soc N S Wales 68: 17-32

The Sardine at Monterey: dominant size-classes and their progression, 1919-1923. Fish and Game Comm California, 11: 193-221

The Sardinian Warbler (Sylvia melanocephala) in East Sussex: an addition to the British List of Birds. Hastings Naturalist, 1 115-116

The Sardinian Warbler in Sussex. A new British bird. British Birds, 1 86-88

The Sarganserland-Walensee-Glarnerland Geopark. Veroeffentlichungen - Akademie der Geowissenschaften zu Hannover 22(Pages 107-116

The Sargassum fish, Histrio pictus. Aquarium Philadelphia, 23: 277-279

The Sarginae and Pachygasterinae of Japan (Diptera: Stratiomyidae). Transactions R Ent Soc London, 1263: 305-421

The Sarus Crane (Grus antigone). Avicultural Magazine Brighton Ser 2: 6 243-244

The Sarus crane in north-eastern Queensland. Emu, 69: 52-53

The Saser Heronry in 1949. Aquila. 1948-51; 55-58: 277-278

The Satin Bower Bird: some observations. Emu Melbourne, 21: 11-31

The Saturniidae (Lepidoptera) of the western Hemisphere. Morphology, phylogeny, and classification. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, 98: 339-501

The Saturniidae fauna of Napo Province, Ecuador: an overview (Lepidoptera: Saturniidae). SHILAP Revista de Lepidopterologia. 30 de junio; 34134: 125-139

The Saturnioidea (moths) of Kartabo, British Guiana, and Caripito, Venezuela. Zoologica New York, 30: 73-80

The Saturnioidea (moths) of Rancho Grande, North-central Venezuela. Zoologica New York, 37: 203-207

The Satyrid butterflies of northwestern North America (Lepidoptera: Satyridae). Proceedings 10th International Congress of Entomology Montreal 1956: 1: 673-681

The Saudi National Seismic Network. Seismological Research Letters 78(4): 439-445

The Sauropod Dinosaur Barosaurus Marsh. New Haven Mem. Connecticut Acad Sci, 6 5-42

The Sava and Drava floodplains: threatened ecosystems of international importance. Archiv fuer Hydrobiologie Supplement, 1581-2: 249-288

The Savanna Sparrow breeding in Detroit and Hamtramck village, Michigan. Auk Cambridge N Ser, 25 223

The Savannah Sparrow (Passerculus sandwichensis Gmelin) in Winter in the Lower Piedmont of North Carolina. Journal of the Elisha Mitchell Scientific Society, 73: 378-388

The Savannah Sparrow of the Great Basin (Passerculus sand-wichensis nevadensis subsp. n.). Berkeley University of California Publ Zoology, 5 311-316

The Savannah Sparrows of Minnesota. Flicker, 32: 110-113

The Savannah Sparrows of north-western North America. Condor: 243-245

The Savannah tetra: Hyphessobrycon stegemanni sp. nov. Tropical Fish Hobbyist, No9: 7-13

The Savernake Forest heronry. Report of the Marlborough College Natural History Society, 78: 97-99

The Savernake Tunnel - an important hibernation site for bats.

The Savran ore field of the Dniestr-Boug domain, Ukrainian Shield; a rare example of Paleoproterozoic (ca 2 Ga) orogenic gold mineraliztion related to retrogressive alteration of Archaen (> 3 Ga) granulite-facies host rock. Proceedings of the

The Saw-Whet Owl. Natural History New York, 66: 154-158

The Saw-fish (Pristis antiquorum) in British Waters. Zoologist Ser 4: VI 114

The Saw-whet Owl in Georgia. Auk Cambridge Mass8: 265-266

The Saw-whet Owl of the Queen Charlotte Islands. Auk Cambridge Mass3: 420-423

The Scale Method of calculating the Rate of Growth in Fishes. Ottawa Transactions of the Royal Society of Canada Ser 3: 12 47-52

The Scales of Coleoptera. Psyche: 3-11, 23-27, 43-47, & 63-71

The Scales of the Brotulid Fishes. Annals and Magazine of Natural History, 18 317-325

The Scallop (Pecten irradians) and its Fisheries. American Naturalist, XX 1001-1006

The Scallop. Studies of a shell and its influences on humankind.. Unknown

The Scandinavian Drift of the Durham Coast and the general glaciology of South-East Durham. London Q J Geol, 71 53-82

The Scandinavian origin of the Hornless Cattle of the-British Isles. Dublin Sci R. Soc: 145-164

The Scandinavian species of the genus Orlhoperus Steph. (Coleoptera). Opuscula Entomologica Suppl, 9: 34: 4

The Scaphidiidae of Mauritius. Mauritius Inst Bull 2(3): 177-209

The Scaphopoda of the Siboga Expedition treated together with the known Indo-Pacific Scapho-poda. Res explor Siboga Leide, 54 1-76

The Scar Rocks gannetry, 1942. British Birds, 36: 62-64

The Scara-baeidae of Macedonia. Thesis Univ Salonika, 64

The Scarab beetles, ant-loving beetles, clown beetles and related groups. Unknown

The Scarabaeid genus Geotrupes and its type (Coleoptera). Pan Pacif San Francisco: 23-26

The Scarabaeidae of Florida. Florida Entomologist Gainesville, 11: 44-46

The Scarabaeidae, Coleoptera of Pakistan. Part 4. Adoretini (Rutelinae) with descriptions of eight new species of Adoretus from West Pakistan. Pakistient. ind. Res: 415-424

The Scareer Fishes of the Aberdeen Market. Scottish Naturalist, 35-46 59-68

The Scarlet Cook of the Rook, pp. 1-2 col. pl. New Budgerigars and Bengalas in Japan p. 79. The Swans pp. 180-185. Avicultural Magazine London, 54

The Scarlet Flycatcher in freedom and captivity. Avicultural Magazine, 58: 83-86, 196-198

The Scarlet Gros-beak in Britain. Country Life London, 98: 693

The Scarlet Grosbeak in Moray area. Scottish Naturgh: 42-43

The Scarlet Ibis in Texas. Condor Hollywood, 20 78-82

The Scarlet Snake, Cemophora coccinea, in southern New Jersey. Copeia Ann Arbor, 191

The Scarlet Tanager (Piranga erythromelas) on the coast of South Carolina. Auk Cambridge Mass, 28 488

The Scarlet Tanagers of North and South America. Avicultural Magazine, 62: 91-93

The Scarlet ibis in Surinam and Trinidad. Living Bird, 147-165,5 pis

The Scarlet-tufted Malachite Sunbird. Avicultural Magazine, 59: 77-79

The Scatophagidae (Dipt.) of eastern Fennoscandia. Fauna Fennica Helsinki, 2: 1-67

The Scaup in inland waters. Annals of Scottish Natural History, 51 & 52

The Scenario Barents Sea study: a case of minimal realistic modelling to compare management strategies for marine ecosystems. Conservation Biology Series (Cambridge): 12: 310-323

The Schamhaupten Lagerstatten (uppermost Kimmeridgian, southern Franconian Jura, Bavaria). Archaeopteryx 24: 27-78

The Schaus swallowtail: a threatened subspecies?. Insect Wld Dig, 35: 21-26

The Schendy-lidae of Northeastern North America (Chilopoda: Geophilomorpha: Schendy-lidae). Jnt. Soc: 93-98

The Schiffermuller names. Ent Berichte 14: 92-94

The Schistosomatidae cercariae from Trichobilharzia cf. ocellata group occurring from Moscow and Saint-Petersburg megalopolises' populations. Trudy Institut Parazitologii Rossiiskaya Akademiya Nauk, 43: 61-74, 326

The Schizo-poda collected by the Maia and Puritan in the Mediterranean. Mitteilungen aus der Zoologischen Station zu Neapel Berlin, 19 117-143

The Schizogregarines; a review and a now classification. Parasitology Cambridge, 1 369-412

The Schizopoda collected by H.M.S. 'Challenger.'. Challenger Reports Zool, XIII 228

The Schizopoda of the San Diego region. Berkeley University of California Publ Zoology, 13 1-20

The Schizopoda of the Siboga expedition. Uitkomsten op zool., botan., ocean. geol. gebied, verzameld in Ned. Indie 1899-1900 aan boord H.M. Siboga, onder commando van Lt. t-z 1e Kl. G. F. Tydeman, uitgegeven door Max Weber.. Livr 51 Monogr, 37 123 pp.)

The Schizopoda, Stomatopoda, and non-Antarctic Isopoda of the Scottish national antarctic expedition. Edinburgh Transactions of the Royal Society, 49

The Schizopoda. (Reports . . . expedition to the tropical Pacific . . . steamer Albatross . . . 1899-1900 16. Reports . . . expedition to the eastern Tropical Pacific . . steamer Albatross . . . 1904-1905 . . . 27.). Cambridge MassComZool. Harvard Coll: 173-296

The Schizotheriinae (Mammalia, Perissodactyla, Chalicotherii the), with emphasis on the genus Moropus. Dissertation Abstr lnt, 34B5: 2202

The Schmidt hammer as a relative age dating tool for rock glacier surfaces; examples from northern and central Europe. International Conference on Permafrost (ICOP) Proceedings 9(Pages 913-918

The School of Coral Specialists of the Saint Petersburg Mining Institute. Paleontologicheskii Zhurnal. January; 1: 106-108

The Schwagerina horizon in the Volgograd area along the Volga. Doklady Akademii Nauk SSSR: 145: 646-649

The Schwagerina vulgaris and Schwagerina fusiformis zone of the Asselian stage of the Russian Platform and the western slope of the South Urals. Voprosy Mikropaleont4: 70-102

The Schwaz mining book; a source for the culture of mining and metallurgy. GeoAlp

The Schweiger-Seidel sheath (ellipsoid) of the spleen. Anatomical Record Philadelphia, 69: 55-75

The Schzovoda and Isopoda collected by the Huxley from the north side of the Bay of Biscay in August 1906. Plymouth Journal of the Marine Biological Association, 8 189-196

The SciELO Brazilian scientific journal gateway and Open Archives; a report on the development of the SciELO-Open Archives data provider server. D-Lib Magazine 9(3, 2003

The Sciaenid fishes with a single mental barbel. Copeia, 107-117

The Sciaenidae of West Africa: synonyms in four works on West African fishes and key to the genera of Sciaenidae in West African waters. CCTA/CSA West Coast 60: 8: 2-5

The Sciaroidea (Diptera) (excluding Sciaridae) of New Zealand. I. Genus Aneura Marshall. Dipterological Research. 30 March; 121: 33-42

The Sciaroidea (Diptera) (excluding Sciaridae) of New Zealand. II. Genus Brevicornu Marshall. Dipterological Research. 15 March; 131: 9-14

The Science of Animal Life. London, 656

The Science of Life. An outline of the history of biology and its recent advances. London, Victorian era series.. Review Museums J: II 270

The Science of Sex. Unknown

The Scientific Committee under the NSW Threatened Species Conservation Act 1995: seven years of debate. Unknown

The Scientific Investigation of Marine Fisheries in Southern California. Sacramento California Fish and Game Comm Fish Bull, 2 1-27

The Scientific Memoirs of Thomas Henry Huxley. Edited by Profs. M. Foster and E. Ray Lankester. Vol. i. Unknown

The Scientific Misconduct Questionnaire ”Revised (SMQ-R): Validation and Psychometric Testing.

The Scientific Name of the Southern Yellow-throat (Geothlypis trichas roscoe). Auk, XVIII 197 & 198

The Scientific Trajectory of the French School of Proximity: Interaction- and Institution-based Approaches to Regional Innovation Systems. European Planning Studies 16(5): 617-628

The Scientific writings of Bryant Walker, an annotated bibliography. Occasional Papers of the Museum of Zoology University of Michigan Ann Arbor, 402: 1-28

The Scincid genera Egernia and Tiliqua (Lacertilia). Records of the South Australian Museum, 93: 275-308

The Sciomyzidae (Diptera) in Britain. Entomologist's Record and Journal of Variation, 78: 125-128

The Sciomyzidae of Alaska (Diptera). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 56: 54-71

The Scissor-tailed Flycatcher in New Brunswick. Canadian Field Naturalist, 64: 188

The Scissor-tailed Flycatcher in New Mexico. Auk Cambridge Mass3: 324-325

The Scissurellidae - are they neotenously derived fissurellids? (Archeogastropoda). American Museum Novitates, 2567: 1-29

The Sclavonian Grebe (Podicipes auritus) in Wigtownshire. Ann. Nat. Hist: 117 & 118

The Sclerostome worms of the horse, and the employment of thymol as a remedy. Journal of the Board of Agriculture London, V 21-24

The Sclerostomidae of horses and donkeys in Egypt. Records Egypt Govern Fac Med Cairo, 1: 21-113

The Scoliidae (Hymenoptera) of northern South America, with especial reference to Venezuela. I. The genus Campsomeris. Bolvenezol., Caracas: 1-36

The Scoliidae described by Pallas (Hym.). Deutsche Entomologische Zeitschrift, 301-302

The Scoliidae of Africa. Ann Transvaal Mus 23(4): 331-362

The Scoliidae of California (Hymoptera: Aculeata). Bulletin of the California Insect Survey, 1: 141-152

The Scoliidae of New Guinea, Bismarck Archipelago and Solomon Islands. Nova Guinea Leiden Zool, no. 22: 543-651

The Scolopendra and the millipede. Zoo Life, 6: 92-94

The Scolopendridae of South Africa. Annals of the Transvaal Museum, 7: 245-261

The Scolopendridae of the United States. Ent ; iii: 61-65

The Scolytoidea of the Northwest: Oregon, Washington, Idaho and British Columbia. Oregon State Monographs Corvallis (Stud Ent): no. 2 i-viii + 1-205

The Scolytoplatypini, a new subfamily of Scolytidae. Transactions of the Entomological Society of London, 425-442

The Scops Owl in Csomor. Aquila, 65: 347

The Scops-Owl in Forth. Annals of Scottish Natural History, 181-182

The Scoresby Sound Committee's 2nd East Greenland Expedition in 1932 to King Christian IX's Land. Gephyreans and Annelids Medd Gronland, 104(no. 14: 1-38

The Scoresby Sound Committee's 2nd East Greenland Expedition in1932to King Christian IX's Land : Marine Molluscs. Medd Grenland, 10417: 1-8

The Scoresby Sound Committee's 2nd East Greenland Expedition in1932to King Christian IX's Land. Coelenterata, Ctenophora and Chaetognatha. Meddelelser om Gronland, 10411: 20

The Scoresby Sound Committee's 2nd East Greenland expedition in1932 o King Christian IX's land. Diptera Medd Gronland Kobenhavn, 104: 10-15

The Scoresby Sound Committee's 2nd East Greenland expedition in1932to King Christian IX's Land. Insects (exclusive of Diptera) and Acarina. Meddelelser om Gronland, 104 no. 16: 3-9

The Scoresbys and the Greenland Whale. Naturalist London, 145-151

The Scorpaena of the Black Sea. CR Acad Sci URSS: 1: 74-80

The Scorpion-flies. Rep New York Ent, X 463-480

The Scorpions of Arizona. Iowa State College Journal of Science, 151: 101-103

The Scorpions of Jamaica. Journal of the Institute of Jamaica, 265 & 266

The Scorpions of the Genus Heterometrus. Annals of Natural History Ser, VI 362-365

The Scorpions of the Genus Voejovis contained in the collection of the British Museum. Annals of Natural History, (vii)(i): 394-400

The Scoters (Oidemia americana, O.deglandi, and O. perspicillata) in New England. Auk, VIII 279-290

The Scoters and Eiders. Canadian Field Naturalist, 34 41-44

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