birds of the Uinta Basin, Utah
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birds of the Uinta Basin, Utah by Arthur Cornelius Twomey

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Published by Carnegie Museum in Pittsburgh, PA .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Birds -- Utah.

Book details:

Edition Notes

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Statementby Arthur C. Twomey.
SeriesAnnals of the Carnegie Museum -- vol. 28, 1942, Art. 17
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQL"684"U8"T9
The Physical Object
Pagination341-490 p.
Number of Pages490
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20386792M

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  The reply he received states, "Uintah, a variant of Uinta, is applied to political entities, whereas Uinta without the 'h' is applied to natural features and to the Uinta Utes." Baker goes on to explain that their reply reinforced the fact that "Names of other features being derived from a physical feature (such as Uinta Basin) should continue Author: The Edge Magazine. The 52 papers in this vary in content from summaries or state-of-knowledge treatments, to detailed contributions that describe new species. Although the distinction is subtle, the title (Vertebrate Paleontology in Utah) indicates the science of paleontology in the state of Utah, rather than the even more ambitious intent if it were given the title “Vertebrate Paleontology of Utah” which. accepted for inclusion in Great Basin Naturalist by an authorized editor of BYU ScholarsArchive. For more information, please contact [email protected], [email protected] Recommended Citation Behle, William H. and Ghiselin, Jon () "Additional data on the birds of the Uinta Mountains and Basin of northeastern Utah,"Cited by: 3. Antelope Island (2-page PDF, formatted by "Utah Birds") Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge (Box Elder County) (USGS) (Print a copy) City Creek Canyon (1-page PDF, abundance and status) Farmington Bay Waterfowl MA (Davis Co.) (by Utah DWR on "Utah Birds") (Print a copy).