Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science, Volume 10
The Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science is a multidisciplinary, peer-reviewed, scholarly journal for all subjects of biological, cultural, and physical sciences, mathematics and computer science, history and philosophy of science, and science education.
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Page 149 - Bulletin of the United States Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories. Vol. Ill, Nos. 1 and 2. Bulletin No. 1 of the United States Entomological Commission, " Destruction of the Young or unfledged Locusts.
Page 148 - Archives of Science and Transactions of the Orleans County Society of natural Sciences.
Page 31 - METEOROLOGICAL SUMMARY FOR THE YEAR 1884. PREPARED BY PROF. FH SNOW, OF THE UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS, FROM OBSERVATIONS TAKEN AT LAWRENCE. The most notable features of the year 1884 were the low mean temperatures of the spring, summer and winter months ; the high mean temperature of the autumn months ; the very large rainfall, which came within half an inch of the extraordinary precipitation of the year 1876; the unusual percentage of cloudiness...
Page 147 - Carll, JF Geological report on Warren County and the neighboring oil regions, with additional oil well records. 1883.
Page 84 - ... various trees, particularly the apple, willow, cottonwood, maple, etc. ; confines itself in general to the upper surface of the twigs, and works more abundantly on the south side of the tree than on the north, although in this respect the prevailing winds and other conditions influence the insect. The eggs are deposited quite as readily in the new growth of old trees as in young trees, but the damage is much more noticeable in the latter case. The eggs are placed in small compound groups arranged...
Page 141 - OF THE WIND. The number of miles traveled by the wind during the year was 120,230, which is 15,222 miles below the average for the preceding 16 years.
Page 145 - Parti. The Northern Townships of Butler county. Part II. A special survey made in 1875, along the Beaver and Shenango rivers, in Beaver, Lawrence, and Mercer Counties.
Page 149 - Annual Report of the Chief Signal Officer to the Secretary of War for the year 1872.
Page 48 - SYSTEM III. — CRETACEOUS. But partially developed in Central Kansas. No. 1. — Brown ferruginous, yellow and buff sandstone — Generally classed as cretaceous, but saw no positive proof of its age — Hills south of Kansas river, near the mouth of the Saline. 95 feet. SYSTEM IV. — TRIASSIC. (?) No. 2. — Brown sandy shales and marls, with their beds of earthy carbonaceous matter or impure coal. Locality, same as No. 1. 15 feeu % No.