7 edition of Seafaring Scientist found in the catalog.
September 15, 2006
by University of South Carolina Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||220|
Seafaring Scientist: Alfred Goldsborough Mayor, Pioneer in Marine Biology (Non Series) Stephens, Lester D.; Calder, Dale R. Published by University of South Carolina Press (). First published in and nominated for the Royal Society Science Book Prize, the book tells the story of one scientist’s lifelong journey to build the perfect chronometer. Following its publication, the book received widespread praise for highlighting a forgotten hero. Sobel is a well-known science writer.
The Monster at the End of This Book: Aboard a vast seafaring vessel, a band of prisoners and slaves, their bodies remade into grotesque biological oddities, is being transported to the fledgling colony of New Crobuzon. Isaac, a brilliant scientist, is asked by a bird-man Garuda to restore his power of flight. But one lab specimen. In Charles Benedict Davenport published the first edition of Heredity in relation to ed firmly in the belief that a multitude of physical, mental and even career-related (e.g. seafaring) traits followed a pattern of Mendelian inheritance, the American scientist’s book was a principal guide to eugenic studies in the early : Thea Vidnes.
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"The most comprehensive volume to date on Alfred Goldsborough Mayor and his Tortugas Laboratory, Seafaring Scientist admirably reflects the expertise of its two authors--Lester Stephens, historian of American science, and Dale Calder, marine biologist.
Their narrative flows along through a successful mix of historical facts and scientific Cited by: Infused with a hearty sense of adventure and zeal for discovery, Seafaring Scientist recounts the achievements of a giant in the field of marine biology. Alfred Goldsborough Mayor ( ), a Harvard-trained marine biologist and close associate Price: $ Non-fiction seafaring history books Score A book’s total score is based on multiple factors, including the number of people who have voted for it and how highly those voters ranked the book.
"Seafaring Scientist recounts the achievements of a giant in the field of marine biology. Alfred Goldsborough Mayor (), a Harvard-trained marine biologist and close associate of Alexander Agassiz, founded and directed on behalf of the Carnegie Institution the first tropical marine biological laboratory in the Western Hemisphere.
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Calder, available from the Library of Congress. Bibliographic record and links to related information available from the Library of Congress catalog. To open Seafaring scientist is to invite disaster into your daily schedule.
Once started, you will be unable to put down this superb story of a man of originality and determination and his scientific research, whether or not you have an existing interest in marine biology.
Author: Stuart A. Baldwin. Stephens, L.D., and D.R. Calder. Seafaring scientist. Alfred Goldsborough Mayor, pioneer in marine biology.
University of South Carolina Press, Columbia. A scientist's reading list - my books of the year The twenty-seven books this scientist read in as part of a long-term project to delve deeper into science and to escape it. STEPHENS, D.
and CALDER, D. Seafaring scientist: Alfred Goldsborough Mayor, pioneer in marine geology. The University of South Carolina Press, Columbia: Pp xiv, ; illustrated. Price US$UK£ (hardback). ISBNTo open Seafaring scientist is to invite disaster into your daily schedule. Although the Chinese scientist Shen Kuo (–) was the first to describe the magnetic-needle compass, Zhu Yu's book was the first to specify its use for navigation at sea.
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