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The botany of the Roraima expedition of 1884

Everard im Thurn

The botany of the Roraima expedition of 1884

being notes on the plants observed

by Everard im Thurn

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Published by The Society in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Botany -- South America,
  • Scientific expeditions -- South America

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Everard F. im Thurn ; with a list of the species collected, and determination of those that are new, by Prof. Oliver, and others ; communicated by J.D. Hooker ; read 15 April 1886.
    SeriesLandmarks of science II
    ContributionsOliver, Daniel, 1830-1916., Hooker, Joseph Dalton, Sir, 1817-1911.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQ111 .H35, QK241 .H35
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationp. 249-300, [20] leaves of plates
    Number of Pages300
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19450401M

    The Lost World. Since , when E. Im Thurn and H.J. Perkins discovered the ascent route to the summit and made the first botanical collections on the plateau, numerous expeditions have been made to Mount Roraima and its vascular flora has become comparatively well known. However, very little is known about the bryophyte flora of Mount Roraima. Joseph Dalton Hooker’s most popular book is Journal of the Right Hon. Sir Joseph Banks. The Botany of the Antarctic Voyage, Part III: Flora Tasmaniae, Vol. II Monocotyledones and Acotyledones, The Botany of the Roraima Expedition of by.

    The Science - $ The Science Temperance Text-book Frederic Richard Lees - Id Six Wings - $ Six Wings Men Of Science In The Book Sarton, George Id Vintage - $ Vintage Steeles Science Series Hygienic Physiology Book Homeschooling.   The Botany Of Roraima Expedition of being notes on the plants observed; with a list of the species collected, and determinations of those that are new () followed by .

    RESULTS OF A BOTANICAL EXPEDITION TO MOUNT RORAIMA, GUYANA. I. BRYOPHYTES Institute of Systematic Botany, Heidelberglaan 2, Utrecht . A grammar of botany; containing an explanation of the system of Linnæus, and the terms of botany, with botanical exercises, for the use of schools and students (New-York, J. Eastburn and co., ), by Robert John Thornton, James Lee, and James Lee (page images at HathiTrust).


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He was a keen photographer and author of several works related to his expedition to Roraima, which were published in scientific journals, including: "The Botany of Roraima Expedition of being notes on the plants observed; with a list of the species collected, and determinations of those that are new" (Linnean Society, ), and "Among Alma mater: University of Edinburgh.

A Narrative of the Expedition to Botany Bay book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. A highly authoritative and intelligent a /5. Conan-Doyle was inspired by the British botanist Everard Im Thurn who on Decem with Harry Perkins, was the first to reach the summit of Mount Roraima.

Im Thurn and Perkins were not the first Europeans to see Mount Roraima, that goes to Robert Schomburgk, a German born explorer and scientist who explored the region for Britains's. A botanical expedition is a scientific journey or voyage designed to explore the flora of a particular region.

The expedition could be specifically designed for exploring the flora, or this could have been a part of studying the natural history of the region.

A naturalist or botanist was charged with drawing and describing the flora, collecting specimens of unknown plants in a plant press, and. A Narrative of the Expedition to Botany Bay With an Account of New South Wales, its Productions, Inhabitants, &c.

To which is subjoined, A List of the Civil and Military Establishments at Port Jackson. Tench, Watkin () University of Sydney Library Sydney File Size: KB. The seventy page Narrative of the Expedition to Botany Bay was commissioned before Tench left Britain and published in A commercial success, it was followed on his return to Britain in by the longer Complete Account of the Settlement at Port Jackson.

The goals of this project are to conduct a thorough, modern botanical inventory of the mountain which was scaled for the first time in and compare our results with that expedition and others that followed in order to rediscover and map the distribution of twenty five rare plant species, to evaluate certain vegetation formations for.

The Online Books Page. Online Books by. Joseph Dalton Hooker (Hooker, Joseph Dalton, ) A Wikipedia article about this author is available. Hooker, Joseph Dalton, Himalayan Journals: or, Notes of a Naturalist in Bengal, the Sikkim and Nepal Himalayas, the Khasia Mountains, Etc.

(Gutenberg text and illustrated HTML) Help with reading books-- Report a bad link-- Suggest a new. The botany of the Roraima expedition of 4/ 5 A hand-book to the flora of Ceylon: containing descriptions of all the species of flowering plants indigenous to the island, and notes on their history, distribution, and uses: with an atlas of plates illustrating some of the more interesting species pt / 55/5(2).

A NARRATIVE OF THE EXPEDITION TO BOTANY BAY. by Watkin Tench. INTRODUCTION. In offering this little tract to the public, it is equally the writer's wish to conduce to their amusement and information. The expedition on which he is engaged has excited much curiosity, and given birth to many speculations, respecting the consequences to arise from it.5/5.1.

The Times, 13 February9, 6 March11; 1 May4. 2. Everard im Thurn, "The botany of the Roraima expedition of being notes on the plants observed, by Everard im Thurn Author: Rosamund Dalziell.The botany of the Roraima expedition of ‎ (23 F) The carnivorous plants () ‎ (38 F) The Flora of the Nilgiri and Pulney Hill-tops ‎ (1 C).