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  • Sobolev, VS (University of Hawai'i Press, 1963-10)
    Widespead volcanism is characteristic of the Siberian platform, and was especially intense during uppermost Paleozoic and lower Mesozoic time. The Siberian traps, which occupy an area of more than 1,500,000 km^2, are ...
  • Doty, Maxwell S (University of Hawai'i Press, 1963-10)
    A new genus , Gibsmithia, is described and tentatively placed in the Dumontiaceae of the red algal order Cryptonemiales. Its diagnostic features are: possession of auxiliary cells in specialized filaments separate from ...
  • Matthews, Donald C (University of Hawai'i Press, 1963-10)
    To folliculinids in Hawaii, taken from naturally submerged objects (Halofolliculina annulata, Ascobius simplex, Metafolliculina andrewsi) and from submerged glass-plate panels (Metafolliculina nordgardi, Parafolliculina ...
  • Hoyt, Charles P (University of Hawai'i Press, 1963-10)
    In April, 1959, the author was sent by the South Pacific Commission to the countries of Sierra Leone and Nigeria, West Africa, to conduct an investigation of the natural enemies of the various species of Oryctes ...
  • Pequegnat, Willis E (University of Hawai'i Press, 1963-10)
    At present we have little evidence that successional changes following predictable patterns occur among epifaunal communities living on natural rock-reefs in the shallow sublittoral of. the open ocean. If this phenomenon ...
  • Hida, Thomas S; Morris, Robert A (University of Hawai'i Press, 1963-10)
    The Marquesan sardine, Harengula vittata, was introduced to Hawaiian waters in eight plantings from 1955 through 1959 by the Bureau of Commercial Fisheries in an attempt to establish this species as a supplementary ...
  • Wilbur, Robert L (University of Hawai'i Press, 1963-10)
    Among the most frequently encountered woody plants in the wetter, forested portions of the Hawaiian Islands are members of the extremely variable genus Gouldia. Fosberg (1937) presented the results of his detailed study ...
  • St. John, Harold (University of Hawai'i Press, 1963-10)
    The following new species are all but one based upon specimens collected by others and preserved in Bangkok, either in the herbarium of the Department of Agriculture at Kasetsart University or in the herbarium of the ...
  • Chang, Jen H (University of Hawai'i Press, 1963-10)
    Climatological study in the Hawaiian sugarcane industry has a long, noteworthy history. Meteorological observations on the plantations were initiated in 1883, preceding the establishment of the first official weather ...
  • Plucknett, DL; Moomaw, JC; Lamoureux, CH (University of Hawai'i Press, 1963-10)
    Roots of Rhodomyrtus tomentosa and Melastoma malabathricum were excavated in three soil series from the bauxitic area of Kauai . Root systems of R. tomentosa and M. malabathricum in Kapaa and Halii soils were very ...
  • Stone, Benjamin C (University of Hawai'i Press, 1963-10)
    The following notes, including descriptions of four proposed new species, are the partial outcome of monographic studies of Hawaiian genera. Pelea is a genus confined to the Hawaiian and Marquesan archipelagoes, with ...

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