2 edition of Animal clocks and compasses, from animal migration to space travel. found in the catalog.
Animal clocks and compasses, from animal migration to space travel.
Margaret O. Hyde
|Statement||Illustrated by P. A. Hutchison.|
|LC Classifications||QL754 .H94|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||157|
|LC Control Number||60014044|
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Get this from a library. Animal clocks and compasses: from animal migration to space travel. [Margaret O Hyde] -- The natural rhythms by which animals live are discussed in these "scientific pieces about the migration, hibernation, changes in color, etc., of various animals, birds, from animal migration to space travel.
book and insects. There are. Get this from a library. Animal clocks and compasses, from animal migration to space travel. [Margaret O Hyde] -- The natural rhythms by which animals live are discussed in scientific pieces about migration, hibernation, and changes in color of various birds, fish, insects and animals.
Animal navigation is the ability of many animals to find their way accurately without maps or instruments. Birds such as the Arctic tern, insects such as the monarch butterfly and fish such as the salmon regularly migrate thousands of miles to and from their breeding grounds, and many other species navigate effectively over shorter distances.
Dead reckoning, navigating from a known position. Scaly Wings: A Book about Moths. (A Stepping-Illus. with photos by author. Parent's Magazine. 65 p. Hutchins, Ross E. The Travels of Monarch X. New York: Rand McNally, 64 p.
The story of one butterfly whose migration covered miles. Color illus. Hyde, Margaret O. Animal Clocks and Compasses: From Animal Migration. to Space Travel. Animal Clocks and Compasses: From Animal Migration to Space Travel. by HYDE, Margaret O. New York: Whittlesey House / McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc, Offered by Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc.
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Animal Migration, Orientation, and Navigation presents the various aspects of animal migration, including the evolution of migration, climatic and meteorological influences, and bioenergetics.
This book discusses the physiological control, sensory systems, orientation and navigation, and biological clocks and phenology aspects of animal zed into five chapters, this book begins.
Birds are another type of animal well known for long migrations. Like whales, they live in a medium, the open sky, made for migrating. Birds take advantage of this by churning in some big : Shea Gunther. Animal clocks and compasses, from animal migration to space travel 10 copies; Playtime for Nancy 10 copies; Exploring Earth and Space 10 copies; World Religions An Overview for Teens (Teen Overviews) 9 copies; Hobby fun book for grade school boys and girls;: A collection of carefully 8 copies, 1 review; Diabetes 7 copies; Teen Sex 7 copies.
“But I think it would be dangerous to assume that all species can adapt,” says Princeton University ecologist David Wilcove. As Wilcove writes in his book No Way Home: The Decline of the World’s Great Animal Migrations, “The irony is that just as the phenomenon of migration is slipping away, we are entering a golden age for studying it.”.
Throughout the book, the authors combine their strengths to demonstrate both the scientific wonder and beauty of the internal compasses in animals. With an eye toward larger issues, the Goulds also examine the ways in which global warming and habitat destruction affect and endanger these magnificent and complex animalsCited by: See also our listings for Donald Griffin's Bird Migration, and for Margaret Hyde's.
Animal Clocks and Compasses: From Animal Migration to Space Travel. Seller Inventory # More information about this seller | Contact this seller 6. The innovation and sometimes pure cheek of experiments contrived to learn about nature's compasses are fun to read about."Barbara J.
King, Times Literary Supplement "Nature's Compass provides a wonderful account of efforts to unravel the mysteries of animal migration.
Effectively drawing on their own experiences and the extensive scientific /5(11). Meet the animals that travel farther than any other Many species make long migrations in search of food or breeding grounds, but a few journeys are truly epic Share on Facebook.
But the book also features several historical maps, including the one that uses Townsend's repurposed whale data, to demonstrate just how much technology has transformed animal tracking and will.
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Combine with. Animal Navigation by Talbot Waterman, W. Freeman, ppPounds sterling I DOUBT whether any natural phenomenon has excited the curiosity of layman and scientist alike quite so much as. New York, New York: W. Norton & Company. Very Good. Presumed First Edition.
Soft Cover. Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. "Over a century after Darwin published the Origin of Species, Darwinian theory is in a "vibrantly healthy state, " writes Stephen Jay Gould, its most engaging and illuminating exponent. The Mental Time Travel Of Animals: Cosmos And Culture Animal-behavior science demonstrates that chimpanzees and birds are among the animals who.
Save 84% off the newsstand price. What types of animals have been to space. Melody Parker, Washington, D.C. Fruit flies, mice, monkeys, chimpanzees, guinea pigs, rabbits, frogs, reptiles—a. Animal Clocks and Compasses: From Animal Migration to Space Travel.
Illustrated by P. A. Hutchison. New York: Whittlesey House, The Book of Time: A Review of the Many Fascinating Aspects of Time, the unknown, Presented in Popular Style for the Intellectually Curious.
New .Where the Animals Go is the first book to offer a comprehensive, data-driven portrait of how creatures like ants, otters, owls, turtles, and sharks navigate the world. Based on pioneering research by scientists at the forefront of the animal-tracking revolution, James Cheshire and Oliver Uberti’s stunning, four-color charts and maps tell.Perilous Journeys: the Science Behind Migration The Decline of the World’s Great Animal Migrations, “The irony is that just as the phenomenon of migration is slipping away, Other navigational aids include circadian clocks, internal sun and star compasses, smells, and geographical features such as mountain ranges and coastlines.