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Marine biologists

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Big Island Agriculture photographs

Identifier: SC 01864
Content Description

The collection contains 34 black and white photographs taken in 35mm black-and-white film of marine landscapes, taken in Guinea, Virginia, in collaboration with Big Island Aquaculture. The photographs include the owner of Aquaculture, Cathy Vogt, her husband Bruce, their son Daniel (manager of the farm), and their employees, Robert and Kate. The photographs depict fishing boats, oysters, as well as family and employees working on boats.

Dates: 2023 October 18

Big Island Agriculture photographs

Identifier: 2023.299
Dates: Spring 2023.

Sewell Hopkins Papers

Identifier: Mss. 85 Se8
Scope and Contents Dates; 1881-1984; personal and professional papers of Sewell Hepburn Hopkins (1906-1984), a marine biologist and Professor of Biology at Texas A & M University (1935-1972), best known for his research into the effects of oil spills on marine life in the Gulf of Mexico. His papers document his professional career, but focus on Research Project 9 (1947-1950), headed by Hopkins and sponsored by the Texas A & M University Research Foundation, regarding abnormally high mortality rates in...
Dates: 1881-1984

Sewell Hopkins Reports

Identifier: Mss. 85 Se85
Scope and Contents

Collection is stored off-site: Researchers need to give a minimum of 72 hours notice for records retrieval. Papers, ca. 1940s-1950s; of Sewell H. Hopkins, professor of Texas A&M University. Includes correspondence, reports, biographical data, photographs, administrative files, certificates, and other research papers. Papers concerning Project 9, San Antonio Bay Projects, and other.

Dates: 1940-1950; Majority of material found in ca. 1940-1950

Rochelle Seitz Photographs, 2020 April 14

Scope and Contents

Three digital photographs taken by Rochelle Seitz, research professor in the Biological Sciences department at the Virginia Institute of Marine Science (VIMS). She described the four photos: “Photos of marine science research field deployment of gear for a graduate student's thesis research. Field work was done in Timberneck Creek, York River, on 4/14/20, while wearing face coverings and staying 6-ft apart.”

Dates: 2020 April 14