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Beebe, William, 1877-1962

LC control no.n 50006960
Descriptive conventionsrda
Personal name headingBeebe, William, 1877-1962
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Variant(s)Beebe, C. William (Charles William), 1877-1962
Beebe, Charles William, 1877-1962
Bib, Ṿilyam, 1877-1962
See alsoEbeeb, Mailliw, 1877-1962
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Associated countryUnited States
LocatedEast Orange (N.J.)
Birth date1877-07-29
Death date1962-06-04
Place of birthBrooklyn (New York, N.Y.)
Field of activityEcology Nature conservation Wildlife conservation Ornithology Marine biology Entomology
AffiliationNew York Zoological Park New York Zoological Society
Profession or occupationNaturalists Ornithologists Marine biologists Entomologists Explorers Authors Ecologists
Special noteIncludes the old catalog headings: Beebe, Charles William, 1877-1962; Beebe, Charles William, 1877-
Found inHis Two bird-lovers in Mexico ... 1905.
LCCN 37-5461: His Nonsuch, 1935 (hdg.: Beebe, Charles William, 1877-1962; usage: William Beebe)
LCCN 10-11884: Niles, B. Our search for a wilderness, 1910 (hdg.: Beebe, Charles William, 1877- ; usage: C. William Beebe)
Bi-metsulat yam, 1952 or 1953: t.p. (Ṿilyam Bib)
Wikipedia web site, August 27, 2018: (William Beebe (born Charles William Beebe; July 29, 1877--June 4, 1962) as an American naturalist, ornithologist, marine biologist, entomologist, explorer, and author. He is remembered for the numerous expeditions he conducted for the New York Zoological Society, his deep dives in the Bathysphere, and his prolific scientific writing for academic and popular audiences. Born in Brooklyn, New York and raised in East Orange, New Jersey, Beebe left college before obtaining a degree in order to work at the then newly opened New York Zoological Park, where he was given the duty of caring for the zoo's birds ; During the course of his expeditions Beebe gradually developed an interest in marine biology ; William Beebe is regarded as one of the founders of the field of ecology, as well as one of the early 20th century's major advocates of conservation.)
Not found inThe kartabo morning journal, Vol. 1, no. 1 (1920): t.p. (Mailliw Ebeeb)
Associated languageeng