2 edition of members and history of the Washington Biologists" Field Club. found in the catalog.
members and history of the Washington Biologists" Field Club.
Washington Biologists" Field Club.
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|LC Classifications||QH301 .W37 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||80 p.,  leaf of plates :|
|Number of Pages||80|
|LC Control Number||85224267|
Purpose: The Washington Biologists’ Field Club (WBFC), organized in , annually provides competitive grants to support field research on the natural history of the Mid-Atlantic Region of the United States. The WBFC welcomes proposals that consider aspects of natural history, systematics, biodiversity, ecology, or environmental issues. The Washington Biologists' Field Club is composed of individuals interested in the biological sciences and particularly in the promotion of research upon the fauna and flora of the District of Title: Certified Wildlife Biologist .
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The Washington Biologists' Field Club is a nonprofit organization created to study and promote the study of biology in the Washington, DC area. The Club's field headquarters is an historical cabin on Plummers Island, MD. Book: Title: The Washington Biologists' Field Club: Its members and its history () Year Published: Language: English: Publisher: Washington Biologists' Field Club: Publisher location: Washington, D.C: Contributing office(s) Patuxent Wildlife Research Center: Description: x, Google Analytic Metrics: Metrics page.
Contains the history of the Washington Biologists' Field Club as well as a short biography of all the past and present members of the Club.
Members of the Club conducted research on Plummers Island in the Potomac River and this land is considered the most. The page book presents the history of the Washington Biologists' Field Club, which was established in The book includes biographies of members between and Author: Matthew C.
Perry. This book is the history of the Washington Biologists' Field Club including biographical sketches of all members from to Discover the world's research 17+ million members.
Perry, M. (editor). The Washington Biologists’ Field Club: Its Members and its History (). Published by the Washington Biologists’ Field Club, Washington, D.C. Written by many members of the Washington Biologists’ Field Club over a period of many years.
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The core of the Club consists of 65 active members residing in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. Active members are interested in the biological sciences and particularly in the promotion of research upon the fauna and flora of the District of Columbia area.
Emeritus members are long-standing members no longer able to participate in Club. Washington Biologists' Field Club. A club for the study of the biology of the Washington, DC area. Plummers' Island is the most thoroughly studied island in North America, but it is still the site of active research.
Members as well as recipients of funded proposals complete research on the island and in adjacent areas annually. One of the principal objectives of the Club has been a thorough biological survey of the island. The Washington Biologists' Field Club was founded in by a group of Washington area naturalists to establish a base of field operations for working biologists.
Title: The Washington Biologists' Field Club: Its Members and Its History () Author. The Washington Post Features the The Washington Biologists' Field Club which is celebrating years of self-professed geekdom (six years late) this year, with a page volume summarizing a century of counting every living thing on Plummers Island, the club's buggy, overgrown paradise a few steps into the Potomac, just downriver from the American Legion Bridge.
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When The Members and History of the Washington Biologists’ Field Club was revised in and the Supplement inLuther supplied the photographs, printing many from old negatives (some glass plates) and developing and printing new ones. Inhe was selected to become an honorary member.
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