Romeo Mansueti papers
Romeo Mansueti (1923-1963) was a biologist and research professor at the Chesapeake Biological Laboratory and at the University of Maryland. He received his bachelor's degree (1948) and master's degree (1950) from the University of Maryland and Ph.D. (1957) from Johns Hopkins University. Mansueti's papers document his professional work on various committees and as editor of several scientific journals, as well as his research on fish migration, bionomics of fresh water and estuarine fish populations, and the taxonomy and ecology of fish eggs. Teaching materials, reports and pamphlets, legislation on commercial fishing, and photographs are also included.
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