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Jul-1965Hawaiian CalderasMacDonald, Gordon A.
Jan-1965Historic Littoral Cones in HawaiiMoore, James G.; Ault, Wayne U.
Jul-1965The Lithologic Constitution of the Crust and Mantle in the Hawaiian AreaMacDonald, Gordon A.
Jul-1965Magnetic Studies of Rocks and Sediments Obtained by Deep DrillingBelshe, John C.
Oct-1965New Digenetic Trematodes from Hawaiian Fishes, IYamaguti, Satyu
Jan-1965New Monogenetic Trematodes from Hawaiian Fishes, IYamaguti, Satyu
Oct-1965New Pacific Records of Juvenile Albacore Thunnus alalunga (Bonnaterre) from Stomach ContentsYoshida, Howard O.
Oct-1965New Records and Observations on the Flapjack Devilfish, Opisthoteuthis californiana BerryPereyra, Walter T.
Apr-1965A New Species of Pachycerianthus, with a Discussion of the Genus and an Appended GlossaryArai, Mary N.
Oct-1965Nomenclatural Notes on Hawaiian MyrsinaceaeWilbur, Robert L.
Apr-1965Notes. A Gastropod Parasite of Solitary Corals in HawaiiBosch, H.F.
Oct-1965On Populations in Antarctic Meltwater PoolsThomas, Charles W.
Jul-1965The Paleomagnetic Significance of Aeromagnetic Surveys of the Hawaiian IslandsMalahoff, Alexander; Strange, William E.
Oct-1965Pioneer Plants Found One Year After the 1963 Eruption of Agung in BaliDilmy, Anwari
Oct-1965Pogonophora from the Eastern Tropical Pacific, including Two New Species of SiboglinumCutler, Edward B.
Jul-1965A Preliminary Gravity Survey of the Island of Lanai, HawaiiKrivoy, Harold L.; Lane, Michael P.
Jul-1965Problems of the Upper Mantle and Hawaii as a Site for the Moho HoleWoollard, George P.
Jul-1965A Reconnaissance Gravity Survey of the Island of Kauai, HawaiiKrivoy, Harold L.; Baker, Melville Jr.; Moe, Euguene E.
Jul-1965A Reconnaissance Gravity Survey of the Island of Molokai, HawaiiMoore, James G.; Krivoy, Harold L.
Jan-1965Revision of the Genus Pandanus Stickman, Part 17. Species, Mostly New, in Borneo, Cambodia, and VietnamSt. John, Harold