Henry Bryant Bigelow

1921-1950 Museum of Comparative Zoology Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
oceanography, marine biology
"Henry Bryant Bigelow"

(1879 - 1967)


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Alexander Agassiz research assistant 1901-1902 Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University (Chemistry Tree)
 (Bigelow accompanied Alexander Agassiz on an expedition to the Maldive Islands)
Edward Laurens Mark grad student 1906 Harvard (Neurotree)
 (Studies on the Nuclear Cycle of Gonia nemus murbachii Mayer)


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George Leonard Clarke grad student 1931 Harvard (Marine Ecology Tree)
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Bigelow HB, Schroeder WC. (1968) Additional notes on batoid fishes from the western Atlantic Breviora. 281: 1-23
Bigelow HB, Schroeder WC. (1968) New Records of Two Geographically Restricted Species of Western Atlantic Skates: Breviraja yucatanensis and Dactylobatus armatus Copeia. 1968: 630
Ahlstrom EH, Bigelow HB. (1965) Fishes of the Western North Atlantic. Part Four Copeia. 1965: 528
Bigelow HB. (1961) A new species of the cetomimid genus Gyrinomimus from the Gulf of Mexico Breviora. 145: 1-2
Hubbs CL, Bigelow HB, Schroeder WC. (1955) Fishes of the Western North Atlantic. Part Two. Sawfishes, Guitarfishes, Skates and Rays [and] Chimaeroids Copeia. 1955: 263
Hubbs CL, Bigelow HB, Farfante IP, et al. (1949) Fishes of the Western North Atlantic. Part One. Lancelets, Cyclostomes, Sharks Copeia. 1949: 155
Bigelow HB, Schroeder WC. (1940) Notes on New England Fishes Copeia. 1940: 139
Bigelow HB, Schroeder WC. (1939) Notes On The Fauna Above Mud Bottoms In Deep Water In The Gulf Of Maine The Biological Bulletin. 76: 305-324
Bigelow HB, Schroeder WC. (1937) A Record of Centrolophus niger (Gmelin) from the Western Atlantic Copeia. 1937: 61
Bigelow HB. (1930) Oceanography and the fisheries Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union. 10: 98-98
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