1 edition of A preliminary report of a biological survey of the lakes of South Dakota found in the catalog.
A preliminary report of a biological survey of the lakes of South Dakota
William H. Over
in Vermillion, S.D
Written in English
Bulletin, University of South Dakota, ser. 27, no. 6. March, 1927.
|Statement||by William H. Over and Edward P. Churchill|
|Contributions||Churchill, Edward Perry, 1882-1976, joint author|
|LC Classifications||QH98 .O8|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||18|
|LC Control Number||27000136|
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