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Title

2586 to 2629, hyd 863 to hyd 920

Title Variants:

Alternative: Original logbooks of the Albatross

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Contained In: United States Bureau of Fisheries, Records, circa 1877-1948

Series: SIA RU007184

Series: Smithsonian Field Book Project : an initiative to improve access to field book content that documents natural history

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Genre

Book

Material Type

Archival material

Publication info

1885-1886

Subjects

Albatross (Steamer) , Bahamas , Field notes , Ichthyology , Logbooks , Marine biology , Marine invertebrates , United States

BHL Collections:

Smithsonian Field Books collection

DOI

https://doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.98095

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Title

2586 to 2629, hyd 863 to hyd 920

Title Variants:

Alternative: Original logbooks of the Albatross

Related Titles

Contained In: United States Bureau of Fisheries, Records, circa 1877-1948

Series: SIA RU007184

Series: Smithsonian Field Book Project : an initiative to improve access to field book content that documents natural history

By

United States. Bureau of Fisheries

Genre

Book

Material Type

Archival material

Publication info

1885-1886

Notes:

English

Original logbook of the Albatross covering station numbers 2586 to 2629 and H863 to H920, recorded 20 September 1885 to 11 March 1886. Data recorded include station number (no.), date, machine, turns, correction, depth, shot or lead, bottom, bottom temperature, number of thermometer, correction, corrected temperature, air temperature, surface temperature, drift, trawl or dredge, sounding wire readings, dredge rope readings, serial temperatures, and general remarks. A list of abbreviations is pasted to the title page. Remarks sometimes record types of specimens caught (e.g. sponges, mollusks, squid). Localities are not listed in this volume, but they were probably traveling from Washington to Woods Hole; Grand Banks,Newfoundland; Virginia; and Delaware in 1885 and the Bahamas in 1886 (based on the history of the ship's activities).

Subjects

Albatross (Steamer) , Bahamas , Field notes , Ichthyology , Logbooks , Marine biology , Marine invertebrates , United States

BHL Collections:

Smithsonian Field Books collection

DOI

https://doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.98095

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title = {2586 to 2629, hyd 863 to hyd 920 },
copyright = {No known copyright restrictions as determined by scanning institution.},
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note = {https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/98095 --- English --- Original logbook of the Albatross covering station numbers 2586 to 2629 and H863 to H920, recorded 20 September 1885 to 11 March 1886. Data recorded include station number (no.), date, machine, turns, correction, depth, shot or lead, bottom, bottom temperature, number of thermometer, correction, corrected temperature, air temperature, surface temperature, drift, trawl or dredge, sounding wire readings, dredge rope readings, serial temperatures, and general remarks. A list of abbreviations is pasted to the title page. Remarks sometimes record types of specimens caught (e.g. sponges, mollusks, squid). Localities are not listed in this volume, but they were probably traveling from Washington to Woods Hole; Grand Banks,Newfoundland; Virginia; and Delaware in 1885 and the Bahamas in 1886 (based on the history of the ship's activities).},
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author = {United States. Bureau of Fisheries},
year = {1885-1886},
pages = {218},
keywords = {Albatross (Steamer)|Bahamas|Field notes|Ichthyology|Logbooks|Marine biology|Marine invertebrates|United States|},
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TI - 2586 to 2629, hyd 863 to hyd 920
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N1 - English --- Original logbook of the Albatross covering station numbers 2586 to 2629 and H863 to H920, recorded 20 September 1885 to 11 March 1886. Data recorded include station number (no.), date, machine, turns, correction, depth, shot or lead, bottom, bottom temperature, number of thermometer, correction, corrected temperature, air temperature, surface temperature, drift, trawl or dredge, sounding wire readings, dredge rope readings, serial temperatures, and general remarks. A list of abbreviations is pasted to the title page. Remarks sometimes record types of specimens caught (e.g. sponges, mollusks, squid). Localities are not listed in this volume, but they were probably traveling from Washington to Woods Hole; Grand Banks,Newfoundland; Virginia; and Delaware in 1885 and the Bahamas in 1886 (based on the history of the ship's activities).
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