marine algae of the Pacific coast of North America by William Albert Setchell

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Published by University of California Press in Berkeley, Calif .

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  • Marine algae -- Pacific Coast (North America) -- Identification

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Statementby William Albert Setchell and Nathaniel Lyon Gardner.
SeriesUniversity of California publications in botany -- v. 8, pt. 1-3
ContributionsGardner, Nathaniel Lyon, 1864-1937.
The Physical Object
Pagination3 v. :
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Open LibraryOL13574103M
LC Control Number19001524
OCLC/WorldCa3295781

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8, pt. Setchell, William Albert, Gardner, Nathaniel Lyon, Type. Book Material. The great majority of the marine Chlorophyceae are inhabitants of the littoral belt, a few descending to the upper portion of the sublittoral belt, while those occurring in deeper waters are, so far as the extra tropical portions of the Pacific Coast.

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Cited by: The marine algae of the Pacific coast of North America. Part III. Melanophyceae. University of California Publications in Botany 8:Plates BHL Reference page. Gardner, N.L. New Rhodophyceae from the Pacific coast of North America. University of California Publications in Botany –, pls 15– Reference page.

Moreover, it constitutes the first recent taxonomic account of the American Pacific Rhodophyceæ, since the section dealing with this class in Setchell and Gardner's "Marine Algae of the Pacific"was never published.

Marine Algæ of the Monterey Peninsula, California. By Prof. Gilbert M. Smith. ix + (98 plates).Cited by: 1. Nereis Boreali-Americana: or contributions to a history of the marine algae of North America.

Part I. Melanospermeae. Rhodospermeae. p., 36 handcoloured pls, roy. 4to, publisher’s cloth (outer ends of part I somewhat worn, inner joint of part II weak). The species treated are each illustrated by a detailed line drawing made from an actual specimen. The two authors have drawn upon their phycological research to offer a definitive representation of benthic marine algae from the Californian coast.

The floristic treatment in this first paperback edition should aid 4/5(1). Sea Lettuce (Ulva species) is an annual green alga that resides on rocks, molluscs, wood, and other algae throughout intertidal and subtidal areas.

On the West Coast of North America, sea lettuce may be found from the Bering Sea and Aleutian Islands, Alaska south to Baja California, Mexico.

Genre/Form: Field guides: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Setchell, William Albert, Marine algae of the Pacific coast of North America.

This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. Excerpt: on the west coast of North America, in New Zealand, in Australia and in Tasmania.

It has been found also in the Cape of Good Hope region and in the region of the. Nereis Boreali-Americana: or, Contributions towards a History of the Marine Algae of the Atlantic and Pacific Coasts of North America by Harvey, W.H. Hardback £ The Marine Algae of the Pacific Coast of North America by Setchell, W.a.; Gardner, N.l.

at Pemberley Books. Marine Algae of California (Abbott & Hollenberg ), based on and expanding the range of G.M. Smith's Marine Algae of the Monterey Peninsula (), was the first complete seaweed flora for lists species of red, brown and green seaweeds, of which 15% are endemic to California (found nowhere else), 45% are restricted to the Pacific coast of North America.

Nathaniel Lyon Gardner ( – Aug ), was an American phycologist who taught at the University of California, Berkeley, where he was the curator of the University is known for his work on seaweeds of the Pacific Coast, as well as on freshwater algae and fungi, and among his publications is the important reference work Algae of Northwestern America.

William H. Harvey’s report on the marine Algae of the US North Pacific Exploring Expedition of 40 p., 10 pls, wrps; BW € 10 Dawson, E.Y.

et al., Marine algae from Palmyra Island with special reference to the feeding habits and toxicology of reef fishes.

43 p., 13 figs, paperbound; BW € West Coast of North America Abbott, I.A. and G.J. Hollenberg. Marine Algae of California. Stanford University Press, Stanford, Calif. - Keys to species and genera of the green, brown, and red algae - Black-and-white line drawings for each species in the book.

Abbott, I.A. and E.Y. Dawson. How to Know the Seaweeds. (2nd ed.). Fatty Acids of Marine Algae from the Pacific Coast of North California chenko*, sky and nova Institute of Marine Biology, Far East Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences, VladivostokRussia.

The marine algae of the Pacific coast of North America / by William Albert Setchell and Nathaniel Lyon Gardner. By William Albert. MAC lists species of red, brown and green seaweeds, of which 15% are endemic to California (found nowhere else), 45% are restricted to the Pacific coast of North America, 20% are restricted to southern California and adjacent Baja California and 20% are so-called “cosmopolitan” species, with global distributions, that were described.

The marine flora of Panama harbors a rich diversity of green, red and brown algae, and despite chronic understudy, it is reported as the second most diverse marine flora along the Pacific.

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] SILVA: PACIFIC MARINE ALGAE 41 NOTES ON PACIFIC MARINE ALGAE1 Paul C. Silva For the past ten years I have been engaged in taxonomie and phytogeo-graphic studies of the marine algae of the Pacific coast of North America.

Although it is planned to present the results ultimately as a floristic trea. The marine Algae of the Pacific coast of North America / (Berkley, ), by William Albert Setchell and Nataniel Lyon Gardner (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Introduction to fresh-water Algae with an enumeration of all the British species, (London, K.

Paul, Trench, Trübner & co., ltd., ), by M. Cooke (page images at. Notice of a Collection of Algæ made on the North‐West Coast of North America, chiefly at Vancouver's Island, by David Lyall, Esq., M.D., R.N., in the years –Author: W.

Harvey. The most notorious PSP-causing dinoflagellate on the Pacific coast of north America is Gonyaulax catenella, which produces a neurotoxin called saxitoxin that istimes more potent than cocaine.

Guiry MD, Garbary DG () A preliminary phylogenetic analysis of the Phyllophoraceae, Gigartinaceae and Petrocelidaceae (Rhodophyta) in the North Atlantic and North Pacific. In: Garbary DJ, South GR (eds), Evolutionary biogeography of the marine algae of the North Atlantic Ocean.

Springer Verlag, Berlin, p – Google ScholarCited by: A synthesis of early exploration and the discovery of marine algae in the upper North Pacific and Bering Sea is presented covering the period from the late s to around Information is provided about these early efforts to gather natural objects, including seaweeds, and names of these algae are enumerated.

William Albert Setchell (Ap – April 5, ) was an American phycologist who taught at the University of California, Berkeley, where he headed the Botany Department. Among his publications are the Phycotheca Boreali-Americana, a multi-volume specimen collection of dried algae, and the Algae of Northwestern America, a reference work.

A record-breaking algal bloom continues to expand across the North Pacific reaching as far north as the Aleutian Islands and as far south as southern California. Coinciding with well above average sea surface temperatures across the North Pacific and West Coast of North America, the bloom is laced with some toxic species that have had far.

European register of marine species: a check-list of the marine species in Europe and a bibliography of guides to their identification. Collection Patrimoines Naturels, pp.

; Setchell, W.A. & Gardner, N.L. The marine algae of the Pacific coast of North America. Part III. ág: Chromalveolata. The northern distribution limit of giant kelp, Macrocystis pyrifera (Agardh), along the Pacific coast of North America is relatively stable near Point Año Nuevo, California, but its southern limit has varied over hundreds of kilometers along the Baja California peninsula during the past 20 years.

The factors that drive this variability in the southern limit were examined by: Cited by: The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is a collection of marine debris in the North Pacific Ocean. Marine debris is litter that ends up in oceans, seas, and other large bodies of water. The Great Pacific Garbage Patch, also known as the Pacific trash vortex, spans waters from the West Coast of North America to Japan.

The patch is actually comprised of the Western Garbage. This research was supported by a grant from the U.S. Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to the Sea Grant Program at the University of Washington.

REFERENCES ABBOTT, 1. A- On the species oflridaea (Rhodophyta) from the Pacific Coast of North America. Syesis, Vol. 4, pp. CHAPMAN, V. J., Cited by: The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is a huge area of marine debris. Marine debris is garbage in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch is the world's biggest area of marine debris.

It is in the North Pacific Ocean. The Great Pacific Garbage Patch stretches from the West Coast of North America to Japan.

It is made up of two parts. Introduction. The foliose Bangiales are one of the best-studied groups of marine red algae occurring on the west coast of North America. The first two species to be named from the region were two of the most common, Porphyra perforata J.

Agardh () and Porphyra nereocystis C.L. Anderson (Blankinship & Keeler, ). Hus (, ) summarized knowledge of the genus on the Pacific Coast Cited by: MARINE PLANKTON DIATOMS OF THE WEST COAST OF NORTH AMERICA BY EASTER E.

CUPP _____ INTRODUCTION For more than twenty years, investigations have been conducted at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography on the distribution and abundance of marine plankton diatoms at several stations along the Pacific coast from Scotch Cap, Alaska, to La Jolla.

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Marine algae and early explorations in the Upper North Pacific and Bering Sea. Program of the Annual Meeting of the Phycological Society of America July, Loyola University, New Orleans, Louisiana. p.

Scientists fear toxic algae bloom spreading on Pacific coast. the blooms are responsible for unprecedented closures of fisheries and unusual deaths of marine life up and down the Pacific coast.

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