|Contributions||Holtedahl, Olaf, 1885-,, Norske videnskaps-akademi i Oslo|
|LC Classifications||Q115 N66|
The Arctic region has long held a fascination for explorers and scientists of many countries. Despite the numerous voyages of exploration, the na ture of the central Arctic was unknown only 90 years ago; it was believed to be a shallow sea dotted with islands. Lichens from Novaya Zemlya (excl. of Acarospora and Lecanora). Report of the scientific results of the Norwegian expedition to Novaya Zemlya 3(43): 1–, pls. I–XIII. RLL (PDF) Reference page. Lynge, B.A. Lichens from West Greenland, collected chiefly by Th. M. Fries. Meddelelser om Grønland (8): 1–, pls. Report of the scientific results of the Norwegian expedition to Novaya Zemlya 3(44): 1–32, pls. I–IV. Reference page. Links. Index Fungorum: IF ; MycoBank: MB ; Aspicilia mashiginensis in GBIF; North American Lichen Checklist (as Aspicilia mashiginensis) Vernacular names. t Zahlbruckner, Alexander. Die Gattung Lecanora. With 4 plates. Report of the scientific results of the Norwegian expedition to Novaya Zemlya No. 52 species are named, 14 of which are new. 2 Magnusson, A. H. Acarospora. Report of the scientific results of the Norwegian expedition to Novaya Zemlya No. 10 species are named, 2.
O. HoltedahlOn the Rock Formations of Novaya Zemlya with Notes on the Paleozoic Stratigraphy of other Arctic Lands. Report of the Scientific Results of the Norwegian Expedition to Novaya Zemlya in Author: V.P. Matveev, A.B. Tarasenko. Norwegian contributions to Arctic environmental sciences from the s to the third International Polar Year. expedition to Novaya Zemlya, Vols. of the Scientific Results of the Author: Roger Graham Barry. Reports of the scientific results of the Norwegian expedition to Nowaya Zemlya 1– Google Scholar Fleetwood, A., B. Pejler, U. Einsle & R. Arnemo, Cited by: Glacier retreat on north Novaya Zemlya for the past century was documented by registering glacier terminus positions from expedition and topographic maps and remotely sensed images.
The Arctic fauna includes species of diurnal butterflies: Papilionidae (6 species), Pieridae (20), Lycaenidae (18), Nymphalidae (30), Satyridae (27), and Hesperiidae (5). Among them, representatives of the family Nymphalidae predominate as to the features characterizing the biological progress in the Arctic, as well as to the number of the most strongly pronounced arctic by: Ergebnisse der Deutschen Gran Chaco-Expedition: Vogel. Peru from the Air. Der Unvollendete Kontinent. The Maori Yesterday and To-Day. Fifty Years in Maoriland. Jungle Islands. Jorullo. Economic Geography. Scientific Results of the Norwegian Expedition to Novaya Zemlya Aeronautical Meteorology. A Practical Treatise on Mapping and. [With C. E. Resser.] Trilobites from the Ozarkian limestones of the Island of Novaya Zemlya. In: Report of the scientific results of the Norwegian expedition to Novaya Zemlya in , No. Videnskappselskapet i Kristiania:1–14, 2 pls. Fungi in the widest sense are nonflowering which, due to their Norwegian Expedition to Novaya Zemlya Report of the Scientific Results. Ed. by Olaf Holtedahl. Oslo, Brøggers, 3 vol. (Particularly the papers on fungi.)