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The effect of the glacial epoch upon the distribution of insects in North America

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Published by s.n. in [S.l .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementAug. R. Grote
SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 32882, CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 32882
ContributionsAmerican Association for the Advancement of Science
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination1 microfiche (6 fr.).
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24343757M
ISBN 100665328826

Another case is the involvement of the invasive North American mink Mustela vison in the cross-continental range collapse of the European mink M. lutreola (Maran & Henttonen, ). The above examples all concern mammals, but evidence also comes from invertebrates such as insects and arachnids (Reitz & Trumble, ).Cited by: - The study of what happens to plants and animals after they die-can use the info taphonomy provides to infer human behavior-Paleontological subdiscipline; concerned with the process responsible for any organism becoming a part of the fossil record and how these processes influence information in .

Ecological strategy. Megafauna – in the sense of the largest mammals and birds – are generally K-strategists, with high longevity, slow population growth rates, low mortality rates, and (at least for the largest) few or no natural predators capable of killing adults. These characteristics, although not exclusive to such megafauna, make them vulnerable to human overexploitation, in part. To be specific, if the North American ice-sheet, after its maximum extension, retreated so far as to free the whole of the United States from ice, we should be inclined to regard a re-advance as marking a distinct ice epoch of the same glacial period, if in such re-advance the ice reached an extension comparable with that of the earlier ice-sheet.

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The effect of the glacial epoch upon the distribution of insects in North America. Related Titles. Series: CIHM/ICMH microfiche series ; no. Grote, Augustus Radcliffe, American Association for the Advancement of Science. The effect of the glacial epoch upon the distribution of insects in North America.

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Close Dialog Generate My PDFCited by: 3. Get this from a library. The effect of the glacial epoch upon the distribution of insects in North America. [Augustus Radcliffe Grote; American Association for the Advancement of Science.]. Augustus Radcliffe Grote (7 February in Liverpool, England – 12 September in Hildesheim, Germany) was a British entomologist who worked mainly in America.

Grote investigated, discovered and designated various butterflies and moths in North America, particularly in the US, Mexico and Cuba. He became Director of the Roemer und Pelizaeus Museum trc-music.com: 7 FebruaryLiverpool, England. Mar 31,  · Author of Check list of the Noctuidae of America, North of Mexico, The hawk moths of North America, An illustrated essay on the Noctuidae of North America, The effect of the glacial epoch upon the distribution of insects in North America, The effect of the glacial epoch upon the distribution of insects in North America, Genesis I-II, Genesis I-II, The North American entomologistWritten works: List of the Lepidoptera of North America.

Grote, Augustus Radcliffe, The effect of the glacial epoch upon the distribution of insects in North America [electronic resource] / ([S.l.: s.n., ?]), also by American Association for the Advancement of Science (page images at HathiTrust). American Association for the Advancement of Science: The effect of the glacial epoch upon the distribution of insects in North America [electronic resource] / ([S.l.: s.n., ?]), also by Augustus Radcliffe Grote (page images at HathiTrust).

Augustus Radcliffe Grote published The effect of the glacial epoch upon the distribution of insects in North America.

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ORGAN PSYCttE. OF THE CAMBRIDGE ENTOMOLOGICAL CLUB,EDITED BY B. PICKMAN MANN. Vol. I.] Cambridge, Mass., October, [No. Entomology at the Centennial Exhibition. Asthe Centennial Exhibition is intended to display the in- dustrial products of all nations, silk insects and silk in its stages of manufacture form an important part of the entomological representation.

Ofthe States of. Dec 04,  · Fossil insects are far too rarely found, to aid us in our determination of difficult questions of geographical distribution; but in discussing these questions it will be important to know, whether we are to look upon the existing generic forms of insects as of great or small antiquity, compared with the higher vertebrates; and to decide this question the materials at our command are ample.

Dec 04,  · —The remarkable refrigeration of climate in the northern hemisphere within the epoch, of existing species, to which the term Glacial epoch is applied, together with the changes of level that accompanied and perhaps assisted to produce it, has been one of the chief agents in determining many of the details of the existing distribution of.

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During the Miocene epoch, 20 million years ago, grass species developed characteristics that are similar to those of modern grasses, even identifiable to modern genera. In partic-ular, they evolved with herbivore grazing. This is especially true of western North America, where grassy habitats and her.

man and the glacial period. frederick wright. d., ll. d., f. professor in oberlin theological seminary formerly assistant on the united states geological survey author of the ice age in north america.

logic of christian evidences, etc. with an appendix on tertiary man. by prof. henry w. haynes. fully illustrated. second. Early Classics in Biogeography, Distribution, and Diversity Studies: To is a bibliography and full-text archive designed as a service to advanced students and researchers engaged in work in biogeography, biodiversity, history of science, and related studies.

All items in the bibliography are primary sources and were published in or. epoch Sentence Examples. With the later 9th century we enter upon a new epoch, and by the time of Gregory VII., in the 11th century, At the close of the glacial epoch the north Asiatic flora spread westwards into Europe and intermingled with the surviving vegetation.

The Rocky Mountain National Park is noted chiefly for variety of mountain landscape. The land forms result from the action of stream and frost and ice. FIG. 4.—Map of North America, showing distribution of land and sea in Upper Cretaceous (Benton) time.

and the glacial epoch has in reality not yet closed for, the higher parts of the. Chapter XII: Geographical Distribution. IN considering the distribution of organic beings over the face of the globe, the first great fact which strikes us is, that neither the similarity nor the dissimilarity of the inhabitants of various regions can be wholly accounted for by climatal and other physical conditions.

There are also in North America, as well as in Britain and Scandinavia, proofs of the submersion of the land beneath the sea, to a depth of more than a thousand feet, in the latter part of the glacial epoch; but this is a subject we need not here enter upon, as our special object is to show the reality and magnitude of that wonderful and.

Criteria for determining native distributions of biota: The case of the northern plains killifish in the Cheyenne River drainage, North America.The most recent continental glacier that covered the upper section of North America retreated over ten thousand years ago.

The fifty alpine glaciers in the park formed during the last few thousand years. The park is filled with many glacial features: arêtes, cirques, hanging valleys, horns, and moraines.Request PDF | Published: Feb 1, | First Author: Stephen T. Jackson | Abstract:Knowledge of the vegetation and environment of eastern North America during the Last Glacial Maximum (LGM) is.