Nash, Carroll Blue.Environmental Characteristics of a River Estuary. Solomons, MD: Chesapeake Biological Laboratory, State of Maryland, Board of Natural Resources, Department of Research and Education, 1947.
Annotation / Notes: The first biological look at the Patuxent River and the beginnings of its environmental decline.
Newcomb, Curtis L.The Biology and Conservation of the Blue Crab. Educational Series No. 3. Richmond: Virginia Fisheries Laboratory of the College of William and Mary and Commission of Fisheries of Virginia, 1943.
Norden, Arnold W., and Beth B. Norden. "Additional Atlantic Demp's Ridley Sea Turtles, Lepidochelys kempi (Garman), from the Maryland Portion of the Chesapeake Bay." Maryland Naturalist 42 (January/June 1998): 17-19.
Norden, Arnold W., T. David Schofield, and Joyce J. Evans. "Sea Turtle Strandings from Maryland Waters Reported to the National Aquarium in Baltimore, 1990 through 1997." Maryland Naturalist 42 (January/June 1998): 20-23.
Poag, C. Wylie.Chesapeake Invader: Discovering America's Giant Meteorite Crater. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1999.
Annotation / Notes: Poag's recent book discusses the massive bolide impact which set up the geology beneath Chesapeake Bay. While the impact was centered beneath what is today the Virginia Eastern Shore, parts of the bolide struck in Maryland as well, and affected the entire drainage system.
Rambo, Kyle. "A Small Mammal Survey of the Patuxent River Naval Air Station, Including the First Records for the Southeastern Shrew (Sorex longirostris) and Masked Shrew (Sorex cinereus) from St. Mary's County, Maryland." Maryland Naturalist 41 (July/December 1997): 87-88.
Valentino, David Wayne. Tectonics of the Lower Susquehanna River Region, Southeastern Pennsylvania and Northern Maryland: Late Proterozoic Rifting to Late Paleozoic Dextral Transpression. Ph.D. diss., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 1993.
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