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Massachusetts Certificate of Incorporation for the Marine Biological Laboratory

Purpose "to establish and maintain a laboratory or station for scientific study and investigation, and a school for instruction in biology and natural history"

Created: 1888-03-20

Certificate of Affiliation, Marine Biological Laboratory and University of Chicago

Certificate of affiliation between the Marine Biological Laboratory and the University of Chicago

Created: 6/10/13

Proposal to establish a marine biological laboratory

Includes solicitation of subscriptions

Created: 1887-04-06

MBL Agreement of Association

Purpose "to establish and maintain a laboratory or station for scientific study and investigation, and a school for instruction in biology and natural history"

Created: 1888-02-27

Viktor Hamburger to Jane Maienschein [draft], August 5, 1995

draft version of letter to Jane Maienschein

Created: 8/5/95

Viktor Hamburger to Martha Hamburger, April 20, 1950 and April 30, 1950

Letter about trip to Cambridge, lecturing at MIT and Harvard, Victor Twitty, Rita

Created: 4/20/1950 and 4/30/1950

Viktor Hamburger to Ludwig von Bertalanffy, July 31, 1952

Invitation to Bertalanffy to give a lecture at Washington University with funds from the Sigma Xi Society

Created: 7/31/52

Prof. Parpart and Shark

Two men examining shark trussed up be its tail. Syringe is inserted into underside of shark.

Created: 1951

Kempton in the "pit."

One man standing at a bucket on a table with fish in hand. Woman looking on. Second man standing looking at buckets on ground.

Created: 1951

Botany field trip to Penikese Island. Image #18

Man walking through a field carrying a seabird.

Created: 1951

Methods for obtaining and handling marine eggs and embryos

Manual describing methods for handling embryological materials available at Woods Hole, Massachusetts

Created: 1957

Appendix III of J.P. Trinkaus autobiography

Appendix III: The program for the symposium on cell movement and morphogenesis (Trinkfest '88)

Created: 2003

Discovery Never Ends. 2011 MBL Annual Report. Marine Biological Laboratory.

Published in two parts. Printed document includes message from the Chairman and the President, research highlights, education highlights, MBL at-a-glance, finanicals, gifts and leadership. On-line only additional information includes details for research, education, MBLWHOI LIbrary, and people. Lists of employees, students and faculty are contained in the additional information section.

Created: 2011

2012 MBL Annual Report. Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, Massachusetts.

Published in two parts. Printed document includes message from the Chairman and the President, research and education highlights, MBL at-a-glance, finanicals, gifts and leadership. On-line only additional information includes details for research, education, MBLWHOI LIbrary, and people. Lists of employees, students and faculty are contained in the additional information section.

Created: 2012

2013 MBL Annual Report. Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, Massachusetts.

Published in two parts. Printed document includes message from the President & Director, highlights, MBL at-a-glance, finanicals, gifts and leadership. On-line only additional information includes details for research, education, MBLWHOI LIbrary, and people. Lists of employees, students and faculty are contained in the additional information section.

Created: 2013

Understanding changes in coastal ecosystems: the Land Margin Ecosystems Research Program, draft report

Title: "Understanding changes in coastal ecosystems: the Land Margin Ecosystems Research Program"

Proposal for LMER Coordination grant from National Science Foundation in 1994

Announcement for LMER Coordination grant from National Science Foundation in 1994 at Ecosystems Center, Marine Biological Lab

Created: 1994

Proposal for LMER Coordination grant from National Science Foundation in 1992

Announcement for LMER Coordination grant from National Science Foundation in 1992, PI John Hobbie of the Ecosystems Center, Marine Biological Lab

Created: 1992

Call for proposals from US National Science Foundation for Land-Margin Ecosystems Research for 1994

Call for proposals from US National Science Foundation for Land-Margin Ecosystems Research for 1994

Created: 1993

Call for proposals from US National Science Foundation for Land-Margin Ecosystems Research for 1992

Call for proposals from US National Science Foundation for Land-Margin Ecosystems Research for 1992

Created: 1991

Land Margin Ecosystems Research (LMER) Annual Scientists' Meeting 1992 Report

Contents: "Land Margin Ecosystems Research"; "Annual Scientists' Meeting: Purpose and summary"; "List of meeting participants"; "Report of the workshop on vertical coupling"; "Report of the workshop on coupling between land and water"; "Report of the workshop on use of geographic information systems"; "Report of the workshop on biological-physical modeling"

Created: 1992-11

Winter 1997 Newsletter of the Land Margin Ecosystems Research Program

Contents: "All scientists' meeting, cross-site comparisons are valuable parts of the LMER program" by John E. Hobbie; "Analysis of the Satilla River Watershed: Land use, water discharge and nutrient ouput" by Ting Dai, Alice G. Chambers, and Richard G. Wiegert; "River forcing of planktonic net metabolism: extremes in Chesapeake Bay, 1995-96" by Erik M. Smith, Lawrence W. Harding, Michael E. Mallonee, W. Michael Kemp; "Biochemical characterization of suspended particulate material in the Columbia River" by Frederik G. Prahl, Lawrence R.

Created: 1997

Spring 1996 Newsletter of the Land Margin Ecosystems Research Program

Contents: "The LMER program today" by John Hobbie; "LMER sites compare utilization of river-borne dissolved organic carbon" by Charles Hopkinson, Jr.; "Workshop developed paradigms on estuarine food web structure" by Linda Deegan; "Residence times workshop links physics and ecology"by Bill Boicourt; "GIS grop asseses nutrient flux calculation methods" by Jack Finn; "Scanfish allows TIES researchers to quickly map shallow estuarine areas"; "Chesapeake Bay site extends work of firs LMER project to higher trophic levels" by

Created: 1996

Fall 1998 Newsletter of the Land Margin Ecosystems Research Program

Contents: "LMER begins transition to LTER program" by John E. Hobbie; "Dominance of particle-attached bacteria in the Columbia River Estuary" by Byron C. Crump, John A. Baross, and Charles A. Simenstad; "Influence of baroclinic pressure gradients on vertical sheer estuarine tidal currents" by Julie Amft and Jackson Blanton; "Seasonal and spatial patterns in stable isotopic composition of Chesapeake Bay food web components" by James D. Hagy and Walter R.

Created: 1998

Example of a simplified nutrient cycle from Ecosystems Center 1979 annual report

Caption reads: "Figure 1. The biotic systems that have built and now maintain the biosphere also influence the cycles of carbon, nitrogen, sulfer, and other elements. The general pattern of movement is a series of exchanges between the atmosphere, the land, and the sea. Human activities worldwide have mobilized significant additional quantities of biotically important substances, including toxins, and have modified the natural cycles."

Created: 1979

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