7 edition of history of the fishes of Madeira found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Richard Thomas Lowe... With original figures from nature of all the species, by the Hon. C. E. C. Norton and M. Young.|
|LC Classifications||QL635.M2 L8|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||cover-title, [v]-xvi, 196 p.|
|Number of Pages||196|
|LC Control Number||06012084|
Launched on March 18 of this year, the collection "Peixes do Rio Madeira" (Fish of the Madeira River) – published by Editora Dialeto Latin American Documentary/ and sponsored by Santo Antônio Energy, Federal University of Rondônia (UNIR) and National Institute of Amazonian Research (INPA) – earned second place in the 56th edition of the Jabuti Award, promoted by . A couple of books I have found interesting concern Madeira wine families - Marcus Binney's 'The Blandys of Madeira,' written for the year anniversary of the family's interests in Madeira, and Noel Cossart's autobiography 'Madeira the island vineyard.' I think there is a short novel written in English set in Madeira, but haven't seen it and don!t know the name.
The fishes of Madeira should have been inc luded in the 3 volumes on the "Fishes of the North-eastern Atlantic and th e Mediterrane an” (Whitehea d et al. ). Howe ver, many aut hors. Andriashev A.P. Liparid fishes (Liparidae, Scorpaeniformes) of the Southern Ocean and adjacent waters. Results of Russian Antarctic Expeditions 9. Explorations of the Fauna of the Seas, 53 (61): Arruda L.M. Checklist of the marine fishes of the Azores. Arquivos do Museu Bocage, Nova Série 3 (2):
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Title. A history of the fishes of Madeira. Related Titles. Series: Museum of Comparative Zoology--Biodiversity Heritage Library digitization project. Lowe. COVID Resources.
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De Historia Piscium, (Latin for 'Of the History of Fish') is a scientific book written by Francis Willughby and published by the Royal Society in It was unpopular and sold poorly, causing severe strain on the finances of the society. This resulted in the society being unable to meet its promise to finance the publication of the very wealthy Newton's Philosophiae Naturalis.
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Book: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Lowe, Richard Thomas, History of the fishes of Madeira. London, J. Van Voorst, (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Richard Thomas Lowe.
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Book digitized by Google from the library of Oxford University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user : The origins of Madeira Island History date back to the Miocene period, about 5 million years ago when volcanic explosions occurred in the western part of the Atlantic Ocean. Successive eruptions deposited lava layers, ash and rocks that eventually emerge forming a series of islands: Madeira Island, the largest and most populated; tens of.
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A history of the fishes of Madeira by Lowe, Richard Thomas, Publication date Topics Fishes -- Madeira Islands Madeira Publisher London, J. Van Voorst This book is available with additional data at Biodiversity Heritage Library.
See also WorldCat (this item) plus-circle Add Review. : Extensively researched from original English, German, and Portuguese sources, this volume recounts the nearly two-hundred-year history of the Anglicization of Madeira.
It documents the many benefits and the wealth that the British and mercantile enterprise brought to the island outpost, and also the poverty that went unrelieved. How a book about fish nearly sank Isaac Newton's Principia This article is more than 8 years old Poor sales of lavishly illustrated book forced Royal Society to Author: Ian Sample.
Soft Cover. Condition: Very Good. Jonathan Couch (illustrator). Color plate of a whiting fish, by Jonathan Couch (), a physician, natural historian, and artist, from his four-volume history "A History of the Fishes of the British Islands" ().
Measures 6 X inches ( X 25 cm). The top edge is rough with binding marks. Focuses on the flying boat operations of Aquila Airways between Southampton and Madeira between and and includes photographs and items of ephemera.
A History of the Fishes of Madeira Richard Thomas Lowe — Fishes. Books set in Madeira books set in Madeira The Silver Tree by Katrina Britt. Recommended by 1. Madeira's Natural History in a Nutshell by Peter Sziemer. Recommended by 1. Madeira Walks: Volume 2, Challenging Trails & High Altitude Routes by Madeira: the book by Cristina Leitão.
No recommendations yet. Dark Corridor. a History of the Fishes of Madeira, ISBNISBNBrand New, Free shipping in the US Seller Rating: % positive. History of Madeira Madeira may be a small archipelagic location but this island also boasts of a rich history.
Today, looking around the place would still make anyone feel nostalgic because of the preserved olden architecture and the maintained rustic beauty that envelopes the island.
This striking wood engraving appeared in the text "Historia Piscium" or "The History of Fishes" by John Ray and Francis Willughby. Now mostly forgotten, the book was groundbreaking for its time.
The best way to learn more about Madeira’s history is to visit the Madeira Story Center in Funchal and the Museum of the Madeira Wine Institute.
Alternately, visitors can learn about Madeira’s formation and volcanic past at the Volcanism Center in São Vicente. Culture. Madeira is Portuguese, both in its customs and language. The Division of Fishes traces its origin back almost as far as The Field Museum itself.
Ichthyology began under the leadership of assistant curator Oliver Perry Hay in Hay, while primarily interested in North American fossil vertebrates, started the fish collection. InHay was replaced by Seth Eugene Meek. Meek began the Museum's long-term commitment to the.A history of the fishes of Madeira, "The Printed book department, Bloomsbury, possesses ten additional unpublished plates (XVIII-XXVII), presented by the publishers in "--Brit.
mus. (Nat. hist.) in parts, of which only five were published, the 5th containing text describing plates XVIII-XXVII, which were not published Author: Richard Thomas Lowe.Madeira (/ m ə ˈ d ɪər ə / mə-DEER-ə, also US: /-ˈ d ɛər-/- DAIR- Portuguese: [mɐˈðejɾɐ, -ˈðɐj-]), officially the Autonomous Region of Madeira (Região Autónoma da Madeira), is one of the two autonomous regions of Portugal (the other being the Azores).It is an archipelago situated in the north Atlantic Ocean, in a region known as Macaronesia, just under kilometres Sovereign state: Portugal.