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Volume 35—1954


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CONTENTS
SECTION A, BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES | Section B, Geology | Section C, Physical Sciences |Section D, Social Sciences |Section E, Science Education | Section F, Geography | Section G, Conservation | In Memoriam |Home
Some Observations on Fluctuating Water Levels and Seasonal Changes in an Arkansas Cypress Swamp
Harriet G. Barclay; 35 (1954); pp. 1-2
Notes on Oklahoma Plants
George J. Goodman; 35 (1954); pp. 3-4
Observations of Growth Variance in Albizia Seedlings of the Same Generation
Sister M. Marian; 35 (1954); pp. 4-5
Algae of the Ozark Mountains
Dorothy V. Leake; 35 (1954); pp. 6-9
Rotenone Survey of Black Hollow on Lower Spavinaw Lake, November, 1953
Samuel W. Jackson, Jr.; 35 (1954); pp. 10-14
Some Observations on Limnology and Fish Distribution in the Illinois River below Tenkiller Reservoir
Phillip B. Summers; 35 (1954); pp. 15-20
Three Years of Partial Fish Population Removal at Lake Hiwassee, Oklahoma
John E. King; 35 (1954); pp. 21-24
The Fish Population at Two Cut-Off Pools in Salt Creek, Osage County, Oklahoma
Ronald E. Elkin, Jr.; 35 (1954); pp. 25-29
Comparison of Growth Rates of Fishes in Stringtown Sub-Prison Lake Prior To, and Three Years After, Draining and Restocking
Joe C. Finnell; 35 (1954); pp. 30-36
Some Recent Changes in the Fish Fauna of Lake Texoma
Carl D. Riggs and Virgil E. Dowell; 35 (1954); pp. 37-39
Records of Distribution for Amphibians and Reptiles of Oklahoma
Charles C. Carpenter; 35 (1954); pp. 39-41
Leopard Frog Eggs in October
Arthur N. Bragg and Virgil E. Dowell; 35 (1954); pp. 41-42
An Unusually Large Diamond-Backed Water Snake (Natrix rhombifera)from Buncombe Creek, Lake Texoma
Charles C. Carpenter; 35 (1954); p. 42
Some Notes on Oil Refinery Pollution
Patricia L. Brandt and I. E. Wallen; 35 (1954); pp. 43-44
Feeding Aggregation of Narrow Mouth Toad (Microhyla carolinensis olivacea)
Charles C. Carpenter; 35 (1954); p. 45
New and Unusual Birds for the Tulsa, Oklahoma Region
Orrin W. Letson and Ethel Letson; 35 (1954); p. 46
Some Notes on the Stream Limnology in Oklahoma
I. E. Wallen; 35 (1954); pp. 47-50
Some Earthworms from Southern Oklahoma
Walter J. Harman; 35 (1954); pp. 51-55
Drosophila in the Norman, Oklahoma Area, 1954
Jack Bennett; 35 (1954); pp. 56-57
Codling Moth Emergence Records for 1952-54
G. A. Bieberdorf; 35 (1954); pp. 57-59
The Mating Swarm of the Texas Harvester Ant (Pogonomyrmex barbatus, F. Smith)
Jerry H. Young and D. E. Howell; 35 (1954); pp. 60-62
The Effects of Chloretone on Developing Fish Embryos
Bertram L. Blumenkrantz; 35 (1954); pp. 62-65
Observations of Bacterial Antibiotics which Inhibit or Prevent the Development of Fish Embryos
Roy W. Jones and Dean Seeman; 35 (1954); pp. 66-67
The Occurrence of Cotylaspis insignis (Aspidogastridae) in Clams and Turtles of Lake Texoma
Irma Fulhage; 35 (1954); pp. 67-68
An Estimate of the Fish Populations in a Forty-Five Year Old Oklahoma Pond
Robert M. Jenkins; 35 (1954); pp. 69-76
An Analysis of Christmas Bird Counts in Northeastern Oklahoma, 1930-1953
Edith Force Kassing; 35 (1954); pp. 77-83
Some Fresh Water Sponges in Oklahoma
Mary Louise Rainbolt; 35 (1954); pp. 84-87
SECTION B, GEOLOGY | Section A, Biological Sciences | Section C, Physical Sciences | Section D, Social Sciences |Section E, Science Education |Section F, Geography | Section G, Conservation | In Memoriam |Home
Silt Deposition at Ardmore, Oklahoma, from Dust Storms in 1954
Horace J. Harper; 35 (1954); p. 88
Some Effects of Channel Roughness on Stream Flow
Gladys E. Braden; 35 (1954); p. 89
The Hogshooter Formation in Creek County, Oklahoma
Malcolm C. Oakes; 35 (1954); p. 90
A Fourth Report on the Accumulation of Recent Alluvium in the Deep Fork of the North Canadian River Valley in Lincoln County, Oklahoma
Horace J. Harper and Fenton Gray; 35 (1954); pp. 91-93
Pliocene and Pleistocene Fossils from Beaver County, Oklahoma
Stuart L. Schoff; 35 (1954); p. 94
The Brush Hollow Limestone of the Canon City Re-Entrant, Colorado
William F. Tanner; 35 (1954); p. 95
Notes on Post Wellington Faulting in the North Garber Field, Garfield County, Oklahoma
Vernon R. Baker; 35 (1954); pp. 96-98
Bloating Properties of Shale in the Hilltop Formation in Seminole County
Albert L. Burwell; 35 (1954); pp. 98-102
SECTION C, PHYSICAL SCIENCES |Section A, Biological Sciences | Section B, Geology |Section D, Social Sciences |Section E, Science Education |Section F, Geography | Section G, Conservation |In Memoriam |Home
Cosmic Ray Events Observed in Nuclear Emulsions Exposed at 100,000 Feet
Zack Osborne, Philip Fitzpatrick, and R. A. Howard; 35 (1954); pp. 103-109
The Berkeley Conference for Astronomy Teachers
Simon Green; 35 (1954); pp. 109-110
Investigations on the Fluid Dynamics of Spark Discharges
R. G. Fowler and G. E Seay; 35 (1954); pp. 111-116
SECTION D, SOCIAL SCIENCES | Section A, Biological Sciences | Section B, Geology |Section C, Physical Sciences |Section E, Science Education |Section F, Geography | Section G, Conservation |In Memoriam | Home
Some "First" Sources of Sex Information as Reported by Ninety College Students
Henry Angelino and Edmund V. Mech; 35 (1954); p. 117
A Matrix for the Representation of Environmental-Personality Relationships
Leonard A. Ostlund; 35 (1954); p. 118
Land Tenure Among the Aborigines of Oklahoma. Abstract.
Sam Schulman; 35 (1954); p. 119
Demographic Trends of the Negro (1890-1950) in Oklahoma
E. R. Edmonds; 35 (1954); pp. 120-134
SECTION E, SCIENCE EDUCATION | Section A, Biological Sciences | Section B, Geology |Section C, Physical Sciences |Section D, Social Sciences |Section F, Geography | Section G, Conservation |In Memoriam | Home
Some Chemistry Projects at Booker T. Washington School of Cushing, Oklahoma
Charles Pratt; 35 (1954); pp. 135-137
The Development of a Science Program for the Junior High School
Jack Parker; 35 (1954); pp. 138-141
How to Individualize Instruction in Large Classes
Vivla V. Johnson; 35 (1954); pp. 142-145
The Conference of Teachers of High School Chemistry at Laramie
Ford Michael; 35 (1954); pp. 145-147
A Graduate Course goes Practical
F. W. Allen; 35 (1954); pp. 147-149
What the Colleges Can, and Should, Offer the In-Service Teachers
F. W. Allen; 35 (1954); pp. 150-153
SECTION F, GEOGRAPHY |Section A, Biological Sciences | Section B, Geology |Section C, Physical Sciences | Section D, Social Sciences |Section E, Science Education | Section G, Conservation |In Memoriam |Home
Notes on a Field Trip in Ethiopia
Thomas P. Dean; 35 (1954); p. 154
Geographic Implications of Recent Jet Stream Developments
J. Kim Sherrod; 35 (1954); p. 155
Planetary Alignment Periodicities in Sunspots and Solar Radiation
Clyde J. Bollinger; 35 (1954); pp. 156-157
The Need of Mathematics in Geography
Luis Freile; 35 (1954); pp. 158-160
The Relationship Between Mineral Production and Population in the Oklahoma Portion of the Tri-State Lead and Zinc District
Arthur H. Doerr; 35 (1954); pp. 161-162
The Salt Plains of Oklahoma
Charles W. Harris; 35 (1954); pp. 162-163
SECTION G, CONSERVATION |Section A, Biological Sciences | Section B, Geology |Section C, Physical Sciences |Section D, Social Sciences |Section E, Science Education | Section F, Geography |In Memoriam | Home
Cropping Systems and Tillage Methods for Moisture Conservation and Wheat Production
Harley A. Daniel; 35 (1954); pp. 164-165
The Population Unit in a Wild Turkey Census
Carl H. Thomas; 35 (1954); pp. 166-168
Opportunities of the Conservation Section of the Oklahoma Academy of Science
A. M. Stebler; 35 (1954); pp. 169-170
Petroleum Conservation - A Case Study of Oklahoma
Eugene L. Swearingen; 35 (1954); p. 171
IN MEMORIAM | Section A, Biological Sciences | Section B, Geology |Section C, Physical Sciences | Section D, Social Sciences |Section E, Science Education | Section F, Geography | Section G, Conservation | Home
Arthur L. Charlton - Chemist
V. E. Monnett, O. F. Evans, and L. H. Bally; 35 (1954); p. 172
Arthur James Williams - Geologist
V. E. Monnett, O. F. Evans, and L. H. Bally; 35 (1954); p. 172
Preparation of Manuscripts for Publication in the Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Science
35 (1954); p. 173