2 edition of General account of the Chatham Islands 1954 Expedition. found in the catalog.
General account of the Chatham Islands 1954 Expedition.
G. A. Knox
Written in English
|LC Classifications||S381 .A35 no. 122|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||37|
|LC Control Number||58032026|
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True Tales of the Chatham Islands compiled by Don Armitage for the Chatham Heritage and Restoration Trust Inc. Short illustrated stories from many persons resident or associated with the Chatham Islands is a very productive, relevant and accurate method of recording a small community of people going about their daily lives. Chatham Islands history information. The Chatham Islands have a rich natural and cultural history, dating back to around when the islands were first inhabited by the Polynesian Moriori people. The naming of the Chatham Islands came about when the HMS Chatham landed on the islands in , when Great Britain claimed sovereignty of the islands.
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Get this from a library. General account of the Chatham Islands expedition. [G A Knox; New Zealand. Department of Scientific and Industrial Research.; New Zealand Oceanographic Institute.].
GENERAL ACCOUNT OF THE CHATHAM ISLANDS EXPEDITION INTRODUCTION Up to very little oceanographic research apart from marine biological studies had been carried out in New Zealand.
In that year the Department of Scientific and Industrial Research set up a. The Chatham Islands Expedition was organi c:d and led by Prof. Knox of the Zoology Department of Canterbury University. The expedition was planned to explore the distribution of benthic and pelagic animals between the New Zealand coast and the Chatham Islands over the Chatham.
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Knox, G. Wellington: New Zealand DSIR, Biological results of the Chatham Islands expedition, parts one to seven. Biological results of the Chatham Islands expedition, parts one to seven. New Zealand Department of Scientific and Industrial Research.
Wellington: Government Printer, General Account Of The Chatham Islands Expedition by G. Knox. Conservation of Chatham Island Flora and Vegetation by David R Given and Peter A Williams.
Introduction. Trawling in moderate depths of – fathoms by the M. Alert during the Chatham Islands Expedition produced eleven specimens of a small congrid eel not previously recorded from the New Zealand area Subsequent work during in similar depths in the Bay of Plenty by the Department of Zoology, Victoria University of Wellington and the Dominion Museum and by the.
New book explores the Chatham Islands. A comprehensive account of the human and natural history of the Chatham Islands will be published by Canterbury University Press this month.
Chatham Islands expedition, Moreland () stated that the fish fauna was exclusively New Zealand in character, and northern and southern elements of the New Zealand fauna were represented by only one species each.
Growth of knowledge of the fish fauna of the Chatham Islands has been rather sporadic and is today still incomplete.
Visit and explore the Chatham Islands off the eastern coast of the mainland of New Zealand. The Chatham Islands have a permanent settlement and mixing with the locals provides an insight to their remote island living.
With a fascinating natural and human history these islands hold opportunities for wildlife viewing, excellent conservation walks and birding including a range of endemic species. The Rhaphidophoridae of the Chatham Islands expedition. Transactions of the Royal Society of New Zealand, –, plate Trewick, S.A.
A new weta from the Chatham Islands (Orthoptera: Raphidophoridae). Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand, – General account of the Chatham Islands Expedition.
Department of Scientiﬁc and Industrial Research (DSIR) Bulletin 37pp. Moreland, J.M. The composition, distribution and origins of the New Zealand ﬁsh fauna. Proceedings of the New Zealand Ecological Society 6: 28– Moreland, J.M. A new genus and species of congio.
The first European to discover Chatham Island was Lieutenant William Broughton, commander of the armed tender Chatham, on 29 November There is doubt whether Broughton named the islands after his vessel or after William Pitt, the earl of Chatham.
Get this from a library. Biological results of the Chatham Islands expedition. [Chatham Islands Expedition.]. (Editor) General Account of the Chatham Islands Expedition, National Institute of Water & Atmospheric Research (Wellington, New Zealand), (Editor) The Natural History of Canterbury, Reed (Wellington, New Zealand), Environm Canterbury Environmental Centre (Canterbury, Kent, England), General accounts of these expeditions have been given by Yaldwyn () and Knox this difference is further confirmed by Plate 31 in Fisher's book, Chatham Islands Expedition, about specimens; fathoms, Stat Chatham Rise.
Familia: Rhaphidophoridae Subfamilia: Macropathinae Tribus: Macropathini Genus: Novoplectron Species: Novoplectron serratum Name .
Novoplectron serratum (Hutton. and geographical observations and general insights into expeditionary life, the The Chatham Islands Expedition led this information-gathering expedition to the Pacific Islands aboard Astrolabe and hoped to build on the scientific knowledge gained from Louis Isidore Duperrey’s expedition of.
Chatham Islands, island group in the South Pacific Ocean, about miles ( km) east of New Zealand. Composed of 10 islands, they are primarily of volcanic formation, but areas of limestone indicate that they may once have been part of New Zealand.
Chatham Island, the. The Chatham Islands (Rekohu in the indigenous Moriori language and Wharekauri in Māori) are the eastern-most settled islands in New islands lie km east of Christchurch, in the middle of the "Roaring Forties".Steeped in culture and history, these islands.
Chatham Islands regional information and travel information. The Chatham Islands are a popular eco-tourism retreat, offering a range of activities for tourists. Chatham Island is the larger of the two inhabited Chatham Islands.
For travellers seeking peace and serenity, the Chatham Islands provide the ultimate holiday destination.texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. National Emergency Library. Top Biological results of the Chatham Islands Expedition.
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