WorldCat Identities
Fri Mar 21 17:14:14 2014 UTClccn-n886629500.00Diversification of brain morphology in Antarctic notothenioid fishes: basic descriptions and ecological consequences /0.471.00Food habits and feeding behavior of tiger salamander larvae (Ambystoma tigrinum) in northwestern Iowa /7664128n 886629502366473Lannoo, M. J.Lannoo, M. J. (Michael J.)Lannoo, Michael Joseph, 1957-lccn-n79055298Ricketts, Edward Flanders1897-1948lccn-n50049888Leopold, Aldo1886-1948lccn-no2008072705Iowa Lakeside Laboratorylccn-n88662957Townsend, Daniel S.lccn-n80133313Wassersug, Richard J.lccn-n50027130Inger, Robert F.hnrnp-field museum of natural historyField Museum of Natural Historylccn-n97017828Casper, Gary S.np-weir, linda aWeir, Linda A.lccn-n85125631Green, David MartinLannoo, Michael J.HistoryBiographyMapsUnited StatesNatural historyAmphibian declinesIowa--Okoboji Lakes RegionWetland managementWetland ecologyFrogs--ResearchFrogs--AbnormalitiesEnvironmentalismEcologyLeopold, Aldo,Ricketts, Edward Flanders,Natural history--ResearchEcology--ResearchNaturalistsNature studyIowa Lakeside LaboratoryIowaAmphibiansWildlife conservationMiddle WestTadpolesHylidaeNorth AmericaZoologyHuman ecology--Study and teachingScienceAmphibians--Geographical distribution195719821987198819951996199820052008201020112012201463412064333.9578QH105.I814286ocn060312229file20050.39Lannoo, MichaelAmphibian declines the conservation status of United States speciesComprehensive coverage of environmental degradation in the US as seen through the lens of amphibian ecologies. Over recent decades a massive decline has been sustained by many amphibian species, an indication of serious problems that are only now beginning to be properly appreciated+-+789474570532413764ocn044963369file19960.39Lannoo, Michael JOkoboji wetlands a lesson in natural historyHistoryLake Okoboji in northwest Iowa is the jewel of the Iowa Great Lakes. A region of wetlands formed by prairie potholes, the area is rich with lakes, sloughs, fens, creeks, prairies, and kettleholes. In this readable and beautifully illustrated volume, Michael Lannoo presents an extensive natural history of Okoboji and its cherished wetlands that examines that world of our grandparents, compares it to today's world, and extrapolates to the world of our grandchildren+-+1476472306324131813ocn560506205file20080.50Lannoo, Michael JMalformed frogs the collapse of aquatic ecosystemsThe widespread appearance of frogs with deformed bodies has generated much press coverage over the past decade. Frogs with extra limbs or digits, missing limbs or digits, or misaligned appendages raise an alarming question: "Are deformed humans next?" Taking a fresh look at this disturbing environmental problem, this reference provides a balanced overview of the science behind the malformed frog phenomenon. Bringing together data from ecology, parasitology, and other disciplines, Michael Lannoo considers the possible causes of these deformities, tells which frogs have been affected, and addres+-+580794570532490411ocn646788647file20100.56Lannoo, Michael JLeopold's shack and Ricketts's lab the emergence of environmentalismHistoryLeopold's Shack and Ricketts's Lab brings fresh insight to the fertile ideas and writings of two innovators of early twentieth century ecology. In this insightful and important book, Michael J. Lannoo enriches the legacies of Leopold and Ricketts as early conservation-minded environmentalists and suggests that there is still much to be learned from them."Katharine A. Rodger, editor of Breaking Through: Essays, Journals, and Travelogues of Edward F. Ricketts "Lannoo creatively explores an important story of compelling historical characters with a clear vision of their signific+-+43291757056065ocn812406859file20110.47Lannoo, Michael JThe Iowa Lakeside Laboratory a century of discovering the nature of natureHistoryBiographyImagine a place dedicated to the long-term study of nature in nature, a permanent biological field station, a teaching and research laboratory that promotes complete immersion in the natural world. Lakeside Laboratory, founded on the shore of Lake Okoboji in northwestern Iowa in 1909, is just such a place. In this remarkable and insightful book, Michael Lannoo sets the story of Lakeside Lab within the larger story of the primacy of fieldwork, the emergence of conservation biology, and the ability of field stations to address such growing problems as pollution, disease, habitat loss4034ocn038055901book19980.63Lannoo, Michael JStatus and conservation of midwestern amphibiansIn 1990 an international group of biologists, meeting to discuss rumors of declines in the number of amphibians, discovered that amphibian disappearances once thought to be a local problem were not & mdash;the problem was global. And, even more disturbing, amphibians were disappearing not just from areas settled by humans but from regions of the world once believed to be pristine. Under the mantle of the Declining Amphibian Populations Task Force, this timely book addresses three fundamental questions for the midwestern United States: are amphibians declining; if so, why; and, if so, wha+-+67810922352034ocn559811606file20050.53Amphibian declines a United States' response to the global phenomenon+-+9740875705875ocn017203480book19870.86Lannoo, Michael JLarval life in the leaves : arboreal tadpole types, with special attention to the morphology, ecology, and behavior of the Oophagous Osteopilus brunneus (Hylidae) larva41ocn853618642book20140.47Green, David MartinNorth American Amphibians Distribution and Diversity"The frogs, toads, salamanders, and newts that inhabit North America, numbering nearly 300 species, represent immense variation in form, habitat, distribution and ecology. This volume discusses the diversity of these animals in relation to the historical geography of the North American continent and portrays all of the formally recognized amphibian species to be found in the United States and Canada within a geographical context. Each species is presented with a color photograph, an account of its range, habitat and conservation status, and an up-to-date, full color range map that depicts its known occurrences in relation to the topography of the landscape. This volume reflects the enormous growth in interest about amphibians and increased intensity of scientific research into their biology and distribution that has occurred during the past two decades"--21ocn770436196art1995EASTMAN, J.TDiversification of brain morphology in Antarctic notothenioid fishes: basic descriptions and ecological consequences21ocn311200300book19870.47Lannoo, Michael JLarval life in the leaves: arboreal tadpole types, with special attention to the morphology, ecology, and behavior of the Oophagous Osteopilus brunneus (Hylidae) Larva : a contribution in celebration of distinguished scholarship of Robert F. Inger on the occasion of his sixty-fifth birthday21ocn612387371book19870.47Lannoo, Michael JLarval life in the leaves arboreal tadpole types, with special attention to the morphology, ecology, and behavior of the Oophagous Osteopilus brunneus (Hylidae) larva ; a contribution in celebration of the distinguished scholarship of Robert F. Inger on the occasion of his 65. birthday11ocn642428959book19880.47Smith, Steven CLateral-line neuromast development in "Ambystoma mexicanum" and a comparison with "Rana pipiens"11ocn642428917book19870.47Lannoo, Michael JNeuromast topography in urudele amphibians11ocn008695405book19821.00Lannoo, Michael JFood habits and feeding behavior of tiger salamander larvae (Ambystoma tigrinum) in northwestern Iowa11ocn704521892file20050.47Amphibian declines a United States' response to the global phenomenon+-+974087570511ocn703225435file20080.47Lannoo, Michael JMalformed frogs the collapse of aquatic ecosystems+-+233007570511ocn246766147book19880.47Lannoo, Michael JLarval life in the leaves : arboreal tadpole types, with special attention to the morphology, ecology, and behavior of the oophagous ostoepilus brunneus (hylidae) larva ; a contrib. in celebration of the distinguished scholarship of Robert F. Inger on the occasion of his 65. birthday01ocn047260227mapBlackburn, LauraUS amphibians distribution mapsMaps"These maps represent documented and assumed distributions from museum records, data published in the primary literature, state/regional field guides, or as submitted from state/regional experts. These distributions represent records of occurrence. Data documenting declines, extirpations, and extinctions have not yet been incorporated."01ocn258641801book1987Lannoo, Michael JLarval life in the leaves: arboreal tadpole types, with special attention to the morphology, ecology and behaviour of the oophagous Osteopilus brunneus (Hylidae) larva : a contribution in celebration of the distinguished scholarship of Robert F. Inger on the occasion of his sixty-fifth birthday+-+1476472306324+-+1476472306324Fri Mar 21 15:24:10 EDT 2014batch14933