The Historic Aquatic Biological Literature of Oklahoma is a bibliography of aquatic works pertaining to Oklahoma. The purpose is to identify and bring together this widely dispersed literature as an aid to further research and study. The information was compiled by Caryn Vaughn during a graduate assistantship with the Oklahoma Biological Survey. The latest publication date is 1980.
Most publications listed are primary sources such as journal articles, masters’ theses, and doctoral dissertations that report original research on various aspects of aquatic life in Oklahoma. A number of secondary sources describing aquatic elements of the state are also included.
Major North American as well as state and regional aquatic journals were examined to discover articles pertaining to Oklahoma that should be included. The catalogs of the libraries at Oklahoma State University and the University of Oklahoma were searched for theses and dissertations relating to Oklahoma aquatic studies as well as those from all other universities in the state at which graduate degreees in biology may have been granted. Please read the metadata file for more information on the Historic Aquatic Biological Literature of Oklahoma.
Disclaimer: The Oklahoma Biological Survey cannot warranty the accuracy or utility of the data. OBS data may require a certain level of biological expertise for proper analysis, interpretation and application. Our staff is available to advise you on the technical aspects of these data.
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