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Publications in the Stone Laboratory Contribution Series

Publications in the Stone Laboratory Contribution Series.


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Stone Lab Contribution Series, The Ice of Lake Erie around South Bass Island

OHSU-PT-140
LENGTH: 172 pages
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Stone Lab Contribution Series, Lake Erie bibliography in environmental sciences

OHSU-PT-130
LENGTH: 119 pages
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Stone Lab Contribution Series, Limnological studies of the island area of Western Lake Erie

OHSU-PT-160

1973 Report by N. Wilson Britt, James T. Addis, and Ronald Engel of their work to measure and document the physical, chemical and biological changes that were occurring in western Lake Erie since the mid 50s, much of which was due to the amount of pollution released into the lake. These shifts in lake chemistry drastically altered the lake biota, and this report summarizes the understood effects of said shifts in chemistry and biota.

LENGTH: 898 pages
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Stone Lab Contribution Series, A resurvey of the fish parasites of Western Lake Erie 1972

OHSU-PT-150
LENGTH: 23 pages
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Stone Laboratory Contribution Series, A Bibliography of research conducted at the Franz Theodore Stone Laboratory and it's predecessor, of the Ohio State University from 1895 to 1968

OHSU-PT-170
ABSTRACT:

A comprehensive bibliography has been compiled of 580 citations that represent more than 70 years of research in the biological sciences and related fields at The Ohio State University’s Biological Sciences Laboratory on western Lake Erie. Of these, 435 citations are from more than 70 domestic and foreign journals. The remainder refer to theses, dissertations, and unpublished manuscripts prepared under the auspices of the Laboratory and included for their research data, and available in the Botany and Zoology library at The Ohio State University.

LENGTH: 25 pages
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Stone Lab Contribution Series, Life cycle and ecology of Gammarus fasciatus Say

OHSU-PT-120

This is 1950 report from Stone Lab, researcher Howard Clemens chronicles the life cycle of Gammarus fasciatus, the freshwater shrimp. He details the history of research on the organism, its morphology, and its interactions with its environment.

LENGTH: 63 pages
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Stone Lab Contribution Series, The Biological Station of the Ohio State University

OHSU-PT-110

A report by Thomas Langlois chronicling the history and accomplishments of Ohio State University’s biological research station on Lake Erie, from its origins in 1894 with David Kellicott, to its status by 1950 as the fully-operational research and teaching facility known as the F.T. Stone Laboratory on Gibraltar island.

LENGTH: 64 pages
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Stone Lab Contribution Series, South Bass Island and the Islanders

OHSU-PT-100

In this 1948 report by Thomas and Marina Langlois, the two researchers apply their knowledge of fish populations living in small ponds to human populations living on the area-restricted South Bass Island. The Langlois’s attempt to analyze how the habitat restrictions of the island influence the growth of the community and actions of the people who live there.

LENGTH: 139 pages
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Stone Lab Contribution Series, The Flora of the Erie islands: An annotated list of vascular plants

OHSU-PT-90

In this 1948 report by Earl Core of the F.T. Stone Laboratory, Core compiles existing information from the previous two decades to create a centralized information reference for the flora inhabiting the Lake Erie islands.

LENGTH: 106 pages
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Artificial keys for the Identification of the fishes of the State of Ohio

OHSU-PT-0

A key developed in 1940 by the Ohio State University’s Stone Lab to identify fishes in the state of Ohio. By identifying significant features on each fish, this guide can help the reader recognize a partifular fish’s family, genera, and species.

LENGTH: 41 pages
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Stone Lab Contribution Series, The Filamentous algae of the west end of Lake Erie

OHSU-PT-70

A 1937 report by Lewis Tiffany on filamentous algae in the islands region of western Lake Erie. The report is the second in Tiffany’s series cataloguing the different varieties of algae in Lake Erie.

LENGTH: 40 pages
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Stone Lab Contribution Series, The Plankton algae of the west end of Lake Erie

OHSU-PT-60

A 1934 report on the phytoplankton of Western Lake Erie. Lewis Tiffany of the Ohio State University catalogues existing and newly researched information on the phytoplankton and environments which they habitat.

LENGTH: 112 pages
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Stone Lab Contribution Series, Morphology of the kidneys of Ohio fishes

OHSU-PT-50

1933 report on the kidneys of Ohio fishes by Dr. Robert Moore. Dr. Moore analyzes how kidney position and size is related to other characteristics of a fish’s biology and how the exact composition and features of the kidney varies between species.

LENGTH: 34 pages
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Stone Lab Contribution Series, The Larval Development of freshwater copepoda

OHSU-PT-30

1930 Research report by Lela A. Ewers on the identification of freshwater copepoda prior to the adult stage. There were no previous publications on this subject, and Ewers’s study raised 12 species of copepoda, most of which are found in Lake Erie, from egg to adulthood under controlled conditions and preserving the discarded molted skins. Through experimentation Ewers was able to identify methods by which the chosen copepoda could be identified prior to adulthood.

LENGTH: 43 pages
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Stone Lab Contribution Series, The Leeches of Ohio

OHSU-PT-20

A 1929 report by John miller relating characteristics and methods of identification for the 19 leech species identified at the time in Ohio.

LENGTH: 38 pages
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Stone Lab Contribution Series, Aquatic Gastropods of the Bass Island Region of Lake Erie

OHSU-PT-80

A Survey released in 1928 of the snails populating the Bass island regions with reference to their ecology.The report also attempts to measure how changes in temperature and lake conditions affect snail populations.

LENGTH: 34 pages
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Stone Laboratory Contribution Series, Periodic oscillations in Lake Erie

OHSU-PT-10

A 1928 report by Frederick Krecker on periodic oscillations in Lake Erie, AKA areas where currents reverse frequently, creating a unique ecosystem.

LENGTH: 22 pages
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