Bingham Oceanographic Collection Component List

Bulletin of the Bingham Oceanographic Collection

The Bulletin of the Bingham Oceanographic Collection series was merged with and continued in the Bulletin of the Peabody Museum of Natural History after Volume 19, Article 2 (1967). The 78 component articles of the series are listed here. These publications are out of print; this listing is offered as an information service only.

Volume 1,
Article 1.
A contribution to the theoretical analysis of the schooling behavior of fishes.
Parr, A. E. 1927. 32 pp.
Volume 1,
Article 2.
A contribution to the osteology and classification of the orders Iniomi and Xenoberyces. With description of a new genus and species of the family Scopelarchidae, from the western coast of Mexico; and some notes on the visceral anatomy of Rondoletia.
Parr, A. E. 1929. 45 pp.
Volume 1,
Article 3.
On the osteology and classification of the pediculate fishes of the genera Aceratias, Rhynchoceratias, Haplophryne, Laevoceratais, Allecor and Lipactis. With taxonomic and osteological description of Rhynchoceratais longipennis, new species, and special discusion of the rostral structure of the Aceratiidae.
Parr, A. E. 1930. 23 pp.
Volume 2,
Article 1.
Scientific results of the Second Oceanographic Expedition of the “Pawnee.” Elasmobranchii from Panama to Lower California.
Breder, C. M., Jr. 1928. 13 pp.
Volume 2,
Article 2.
Scientific results of the Second Oceanographic Expedition of the “Pawnee.” Nematognathi, Apodes, Isospondyli, Synentognathi, and Thoracostraci from Panama to Lower California. With a generic analysis of the Exocetidae.
Breder, C. M., Jr. 1928. 25 pp.
Volume 2,
Article 3.
Scientific results of the Second Oceanographic Expedition of the “Pawnee.” Heterosomata to Pediculati from Panama to Lower California.
Breder, C. M., Jr. 1936. 56 pp.
Volume 2,
Article 4.
Scientific results of the Second Oceanographic Expedition of the “Pawnee.” Deepsea fishes from off the western coast of North and Central America. With keys to the genera Stomias, Melamphaes and Bergmaceros, and a revision of the macropterus group of the genus Lampanyctus.
Parr, A. E. 1931. 53 pp.
Volume 2,
Article 5.
Scientific results of the Second Oceanographic Expedition of the “Pawnee.” Mollusks from the Gulf of California and the Perlas Islands.
Boone, L. 1928. 17 pp.
Volume 2,
Article 6.
Scientific results of the Second Oceanographic Expedition of the “Pawnee.” Echinoderms from the Gulf of California and the Perlas Islands.
Boone, L. 1928. 14 pp.
Volume 3,
Article 1.
Scientific results of the Third Oceanographic Expedition of the “Pawnee.” Ceratioidea.
Parr, A. E. 1927. 34 pp.
Volume 3,
Article 2.
Scientific results of the Third Oceanographic Expedition of the “Pawnee.” The Stomiatoid fishes of the suborder Gymophotodermi (Astronesthidae, Melanostomiatidae, Idiacanthidae). With a complete review of the species.
Parr, A. E. 1927. 123 pp.
Volume 3,
Article 3.
Scientific results of the Third Oceanographic Expedition of the “Pawnee.” Deepsea fishes of the order Iniomi from the waters around the Bahama and Bermuda Islands. With annotated keys to the Sudidae, Myctophidae, Scopelarchidae, Evermannellidae, Omosudidae, Cetomimidae and Rondeletidae of the world.
Parr, A. E. 1928. 193 pp.
Volume 3,
Article 4.
Scientific results of the Third Oceanographic Expedition of the “Pawnee.” Teleostean shore and shallow-water fishes from the Bahamas and Turks Island.
Parr, A. E. 1930. 148 pp.
Volume 3,
Article 5.
Scientific results of the Third Oceanographic Expedition of the “Pawnee.” Deepsea eels, exclusive of larval forms.
Parr, A. E. 1932. 41 pp.
Volume 3,
Article 6.
Scientific results of the Third Oceanographic Expedition of the “Pawnee.” Deepsea Berycomorphi and Percomorphi from the waters around the Bahama and Bermuda Islands.
Parr, A. E. 1933. 51 pp.
Volume 3,
Article 7.
Scientific results of the Third Oceanographic Expedition of the “Pawnee.” Concluding report on fishes. With genus and species index.
Parr, A. E. 1937. 79 pp.
Volume 4,
Article 1.
A practical revision of the western Atlantic species of the genus Citharichthys (including Etropus). With observations on the Pacific Citharichthys crossotus and C. spilopterus.
Parr, A. E. 1931. 24 pp.
Volume 4,
Article 2.
A revision of the genus Gobionellus (family Gobiidae).
Ginsburg, I. 1932. 51 pp.
Volume 4,
Article 3.
A geographic-ecological analysis of the seasonal changes in temperature conditions in shallow water along the Atlantic coast of the United States.
Parr, A. E. 1933. 90 pp.
Volume 4,
Article 4.
A contribution to the study of the natural food-cycle in aquatic environments with particular consideration of micro-organisms and dissolved organic matter.
Bond, R. M. 1933. 89 pp.
Volume 4,
Article 5.
A revision of the genus Gobiosoma (family Gobiidae) with an account of the genus Garmannia.
Ginsburg, I. 1933. 59 pp.
Volume 4,
Article 6.
Report on experimental use of a triangular trawl for bathypelagic collecting with an account of the fishes obtained and a revision of the family Cetomimidae.
Parr, A. E. 1934. 59 pp.
Volume 4,
Article 7.
Littoral Penaeidea chiefly from the Bigham Oceanographic Collection with a revision of Paenaeopsis and descriptions of two new genera and eleven new American species.
Burkenroad, M. D. 1934. 109 pp.
Volume 5,
Article 1.
Report on hydrographic observations in the Gulf of Mexico and the adjacent straits made during the Yale Oceanographic Expedition on the “Mabel Taylor” in 1932.
Parr, A. E. 1935. 93 pp.
Volume 5,
Article 2.
The Aristaeinae, Solenocerinae and pelagic Penaeinae of the Bingham Oceonographic Collection. Materials for a resvision of the oceanic Penaeidae.
Burkenroad, M. D. 1936. 151 pp.
Volume 5,
Article 3.
Notes on Pennatulacea and Holothurioidea collected by the First and Second Bingham Oceanographic Expeditions 1925–1926.
Deichmann, E. 1936. 11 pp.
Volume 5,
Article 4.
A contribution to the hydrography of the Caribbean and the Cayman Seas baseed upon the observations made by the “Atlantis,” 1933–34.
Parr, A. E. 1937. 110 pp.
Volume 5,
Article 5.
Stomatopoda of the Bingham Oceanographic Collection.
Lunz, G. R., Jr. 1937. 19 pp.
Volume 6,
Article 1.
A contribution to the chemistry of the Caribbean and Cayman Seas.
Rakestraw, N. W. & H. P. Smith. 1937. 41 pp.
Volume 6,
Article 2.
On the longitudinal variations in the dynamic elevation of the surface of the Caribbean current.
Parr, A. E. 1937. 20 pp.
Volume 6,
Article 3.
Report on hydrographic observations at a series of anchor stations across the Straits of Florida.
Parr, A. E. 1937. 62 pp.
Volume 6,
Article 4.
Further observations on the hydrography of the eastern Caribbean and adjacent Atlantic waters.
Parr, A. E. 1938. 29 pp.
Volume 6,
Article 5.
A contribution to the life histories of Atlantic Ocean flying fishes.
Breder, C. M., Jr. 1938. 126 pp.
Volume 6,
Article 6.
Further observations on Penaeidae of the northern Gulf of Mexico.
Burkenroad, M. D. 1939. 62 pp.
Volume 6,
Article 7.
Scientific results of the Third Oceanographic Expedition of the “Pawnee.” Quantitative observations on the pelagic sargassum vegetation of the western North Atlantic. With preliminary discussion of morphology and relationships.
Parr, A. E. 1939. 94 pp.
Volume 7,
Article 1.
Acoel and polyclad Turbellaria from Bermuda and the Sargassum.
Hyman, L. H. 1939. 36 pp.