Two men examining shark trussed up be its tail. Syringe is inserted into underside of shark.Created: 1951
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
Man walking through a field carrying a seabird.Created: 1951
Manual describing methods for handling embryological materials available at Woods Hole, MassachusettsCreated: 1957
Black and white group photo of the High Resolution Electrophoretic Separation of Protein course in the fall of 1978 posing in front of the Loeb building. Seventeen people featured.Created: 1978
Black and white photo of a man standing in a classroom.Created: 1978
Black and white photo of a man pinning papers to a wall in a classroom.Created: 1978
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"
Announcement for LMER Coordination grant from National Science Foundation in 1994 at Ecosystems Center, Marine Biological LabCreated: 1994
Announcement for LMER Coordination grant from National Science Foundation in 1992, PI John Hobbie of the Ecosystems Center, Marine Biological LabCreated: 1992
Call for proposals from US National Science Foundation for Land-Margin Ecosystems Research for 1994Created: 1993
Call for proposals from US National Science Foundation for Land-Margin Ecosystems Research for 1992Created: 1991
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
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
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" byCreated: 1996
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
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
A Campbell CR21x data logger at one of the Ecosystems Center's LTER sites.
Lee Stuart (grad student from San Diego State/UC Davis) collecting Eriophorum (cottongrass) seed, late 1970s. The location is probably along the Elliot Highway north of Fairbanks, Alaska.
Researchers setting up an early version of "greenhouse" experiments at Toolik Lake, Alaska.
A Sunday hike in the Brooks Range, Alaska, about 1980-81. The woman is Barbara Lachenbruch (student of Terry Chapin's, Univ Alaska). Behind her is Tom and Ellen (last names unknown), working at Toolik Lake at the time.
Walt Oechel's early system for controlling CO2/temperature/water/light in field cuvettes, on the hillside below our fertilizer plots.
Counting seedlings in small disturbed plots, around 1977-78 in Alaska. Lee Stuart (student, San Diego State/UC Davis) on the left, Pete Tryon (RA, Univ Alaska) and Terry Chapin (Univ Alaska) on the right.
Map of Gaius Shaver's data collection sites in Barrow, Alaska, from 1973Created: 1973
Terry Chapin sorting cottongrass tillers in the field at Sagwon, Alaska, late 1970s.