[Annelida] Oceanographic Data set

Fauchald, Kristian via annelida%40net.bio.net (by FAUCHALD from si.edu)
Thu Oct 4 14:23:51 EST 2007


 

Polychaete people (and friends), 

 

The Smithsonian Institution has just put up an oceangraphic data set
covering the material collected with the two research vessels BLAKE and
ALBATROSS.  

 

The former is probably less well known than the latter, but both ships
got masses of polychaetes.  The major publications to come out of this
include Ehlers (1887), Augener (1906), Treadwell (1906), Treadwell 1914,
Chamberlin (1919) and Hoagland (1920),  

 

The Oceanographic Data Sets is now live. It can be at the accessed at
the Invertebrate Zoology home page (http://invertebrates.si.edu/) or
directly at http://invertebrates.si.edu/albatross/index.cfm . 

 

The person responsible for putting this together is Bill Moser (also
well known for leeches) and our Collections Manager, Cheryl Bright.  

 

To use Harry;s phrase:  With wormly greetings, 

 

Kristian

 

Me skal koma um inkje saa braatt!

 

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