2 edition of physiographic ecology of the Cincinnati region found in the catalog.
physiographic ecology of the Cincinnati region
E. Lucy Braun
The author"s doctoral dissertation, University of Cincinnati, 1914, but not published as a thesis
|Statement||[by] E. Lucy Braun|
|Series||Ohio State University bulletin -- vol. XX, no. 34, Ohio biological survey -- vol. II, no. 3. Bulletin no. 7, Bulletin (Ohio Biological Survey) -- [no.] 7|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||212|
|LC Control Number||16001402|
Physiography is another term for Physical Geography, or Geomorphology; a subfield of Geography dedicated to studying natural features and the physical patterns and processes of the Earth. Physiography attempts to understand and organize the forces shaping rocks, rivers, plants and animals. A geographic area’s climate, underlying geology and geological history all affect what you see [ ]. A tourism region is a geographical region that has been designated by a governmental organization or tourism bureau as having common cultural or environmental characteristics. These regions are often named after a geographical, former, or current administrative region or may have a name created for tourism purposes. The names often evoke certain positive qualities of the area and suggest a.
Acknowledging Braun’s University of Cincinnati roots, Langenheim appropriately places Braun within Henry Chandler Cowles’s Chicago School of Physiographic Ecology. Grinstein, et al. included Braun among sixty-five women from numerous eras (deceased or born before ) who have contributed notably to the field of biology. Wall map (poster) showing physiographic regions in New York State. Does not show specific ecological features in map content (but mentions them in text). Relief shown by shading. Col. logotypes of joint map producers at head of legend: EPA -- USGS -- USDA NRCS. LC copy imperfect: Wrinkled, fold-lined. Includes text, brief-name indexed legend within map border, number-keyed descriptive index of.
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Columbus, Ohio State University, The Physiographic Ecology of the Cincinnati Region: Doctoral advisor: Harris M. Benedict: The book was the culmination of her researches into vascular plant floristics and the composition of various deciduous forest plant communities, "The Physiographic Ecology of the Cincinnati Region".
Ohio Biological Survey Bulletin. II (3).Born: ApCincinnati, Ohio. Composition and Source of the Flora of the Cincinnati Region Volume 2 by E.
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Emma Lucy Braun Born: Cincinnati, OH 4/19/; died 3/5/ Education: Cincinnati (B.A. ; M.A. ; Ph.D. ) Dissertation title: The physiographic ecology. Emma Lucy Braun, byname E. Lucy Braun, (born ApCincinnati, Ohio, U.S.—died March 5,Cincinnati), American botanist and ecologist best known for her pioneering work in plant ecology and for her advocacy of natural area conservation.
The Division of Geological Survey studies and maps Ohio’s geology, maintains geologic records and samples, collects ground water data, and monitors seismic activity.
Abiotic components play a crucial role in all of biology. Abiotic factors are broadly grouped into physiographic, edaphic and climactic factors and atmospheric gases. Physiographic factors. Physiographic factors are those associated with the physical nature of the area. The main physiographic factors we will look at are slopes, aspect and.
Level I is the coarsest level, dividing North America into 15 ecological regions, with level II dividing the continent into 52 regions. At level III, the continental United States contains 99 regions (United States Environmental Protection Agency [USEPA], ).
Level IV is a further subdivision of level III ecoregions. Books: E. Lucy Braun (): Ohio’s Foremost Woman Botanist, The Physiographic Ecology of the Cincinnati Region The Vegetation of the Mineral Springs Region of Adams County, Ohio An Ecological Survey of the vegetation of Fort Hill State Memorial, Highland County, Ohio.
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Bluegrass Region Although Kentucky is called the Blue Grass State, the Bluegrass physiographic region (shown in green) is restricted to the central part of the State where Ordovician (and some Silurian, and Devonian) age rocks are exposed at the surface. The physiographic ecology of the Cincinnati region.
By E. Lucy (Emma Lucy) Braun. Abstract. The author's doctoral dissertation, University of Cincinnati,but not published as a of access: Internet Topics: Plant ecology., Botany.
Publisher: Columbus, Ohio State Author: E. Lucy#N# (Emma Lucy) Braun. Physiographic regions of the world are a means of defining the Earth's landforms into distinct regions, based upon the classic three-tiered approach by Nevin M.
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Books: E. Lucy Braun (): Ohio’s Foremost Woman Botanist, The Physiographic Ecology of the Cincinnati Region The Vegetation of the Mineral Springs Region of Adams County, Ohio An Ecological Survey of the Vegetation of Fort Hill State Memorial, Highland County, Ohio.Braun, E.
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America's million acres of forest constitute more than a major geographical feature. They are intricately woven into the national economy and culture-providing a fifth of the nation's industrial raw material, protecting and regulating its watersheds, providing grazing range for a sizeable portion of livestock, producing most of its game and much of its nonsport wildlife.