Kiger, Robert W., Galvin D. R. Bridson, and Donna M. Connelly, eds.Huntia. Vol 7. Pittsburgh: Carnegie Institute of Technology. Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation, 1987.
Annotation / Notes: In this volume contributors James Reveal, George Frick, Melvin Brown and Rose Broome lay out a remarkable history of Maryland (and the Chesapeake's) earliest botanists, their personal stories, their observations and collections, which are still preserved at the British Museum in London. This is technical material, but salted in are the remarkable human stories and insights into a Chesapeake different from today.
Laerm, Joshua, William Mark Ford, Daniel C. Weinland, and Michael A. Menzel. "First Records of the Pygmy Shrew, Sorex hoyi (Insectivora: Soricidae), in Western Maryland." Maryland Naturalist 38 (January/June 1994): 23-27.
Leatherman, Stephen P., Ruth Chalfont, Edward C. Pendleton, Tamara McCandless, and Steve Funderburk.Vanishing Lands. College Park: University of Maryland and United States Fish and Wildlife Service, 1995.
Lippson, A. J., Michael Haire, A. Fred Holland, Fred Jacobs, Jogen Jensen, Lynn Moran-Johnson, Tibor Polgar, and William Richkus.Maryland Power Plant Siting Program. Annapolis, MD: Department of Natural Resources, 1979.
Annotation / Notes: A product of rare quality and thoroughness, done long before modern GIS computer assistance was available.
Mackiernan, Gail B., ed.Dissolved Oxygen in Chesapeake Bay: Processes and Effects. Centreville, MD: Tidewater Publishers, 1988.
Annotation / Notes: The summer loss of dissolved oxygen in deep waters of the Bay is one indicator of the estuary's serious environmental problems. Any student of the Bay should understand this phenomenon.
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