Papers, 1930-1980 (bulk 1950-1975).


Papers, 1930-1980 (bulk 1950-1975).

The collection consists of 12 series: Gulf of Maine, 1932-1935; Tides and Currents, Hydrology and Hydraulics, 1946-1980; Lake Maracaibo, 1952-1963; Deuterium, 1954-1968; Salt Marshes, 1955-1975; Pilgrim Lake, 1968-1977; General Subjects, 1878-1976; American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, 1949-1967; Bermuda Biological Station for Research, 1942-1977; Lectures/Conferences, 1946-1971; Correspondence, 1934-1984; Fieldbooks, 1954-1971. Dr. Redfield collected a lot of data. In some cases data was re-evaluated and used over a period of time. In other cases, papers and articles were based on a discrete set of data. This distinction guided the arrangement of each series.

18.5 linear ft.Documents: 36 boxes.maps and photographs: 5 oversized boxes.

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Redfield, Alfred C. (Alfred Clarence), 1890-1983 (person)

Alfred C. Redfield taught physiology at the Harvard Medical School as an instructor from 1917-1919 and as assistant professor from 1921-1930. In 1931 he was appointed professor of physiology and he began teaching in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences. Redfield was director of the Biological Laboratories at Harvard from 1934-1935. He served as Chairman of the Division of Biology from 1934-1938. He was associate director of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution from 1942-1956 and was known for hi...

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