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  1. Fortsetzung des XIIten Buchs Worinnen eine Beschreibung der Königreiche Loango, Kongo, Angola, Benguela und der angränzenden Länder; nebst einer Nachricht von den Einwohnern und dem, was die Natur daselbst hervorbringt, enthalten ist. 1900m. Allgemeine Historie Der Reisen Zu Wasser Und Lande .
  2. Miscellanea zoologica H. Schouteden. 1954. Annales Du Musée Royal Du Congo Belge, Tervuren (Belgique) Nouv. Sér. in-4 . Science Zoologiques. Tervuren: Musee royal du Congo belge.
  3. Akeley, Mary L. Jobe. 1951. Congo Eden a comprehensive portrayal of the historical background and scientific aspects of the great game sanctuaries of the Belgian Congo with the story of a six months pilgrimage throughout that most primitive region in the heart of the African continent. London: Gollancz.
  4. Belgian Congo. 1937. Produced by American Museum of Natural History. Directed by James Paul Chapin. 16 mm film.
  5. American Museum of Natural History. Congo. Warner Bros. 1 videocassette (5 min.) : sd., b&w ; 3/4 in. New York.
    Abstract: This footage is comprised of outtakes of the Warner Brothers feature film The Congo but there is no information on it in the Warners' archives. The print was given to the museum by Norman Moray, of Warners, in 1947, on behalf of Harry M. Warner. The film was made in the Congo region that is now Zaire and provides a survey of landscapes (waterfalls, and the Lualaba River), as well as the wildlife (an elephant and a lion), and the people of the region (pygmies and Mubira people). The footage ends with a test to determine the guilt or innocence of an accused witch. She is forced to take poison which, it is believed, will not kill her if she is innocent. Since she dies, she is proven guilty.
  6. Arioti, M. Edible animals of the Ituri Forest, Africa in the ethnozoology of the Efe Bambuti: Journal of Ethnobiology 5(1) 1985: 21-28, Illustr.
  7. Baer, Jean Georges, W Gerber, and Institut des parcs nationaux du Congo belge. 1959-. Exploration des parcs nationaux du Congo belge. Bruxelles: Institut des parcs nationaux du Congo belge.
  8. Barns, Thomas Alexander. 1926. An African Eldorado, the Belgian Congo. London: Methuen & co. ltd.
  9. Bataille, Maurice. 1961. Les parcs nationaux du Congo. Bruxelles: Éditions Artis.
  10. Biebuyck, D. P. The frog and other animals in Lega art and initiation: Africa-Tervuren 25(3) 1979: 76-84, Illustr.
  11. Boaz, Noel Thomas. The Semliki Research Expedition: history of investigation, results, and background to interpretation: Virginia Museum of Natural History Memoir No. 1 1990: 3-14, Illustr.
  12. Brébion, Philippe. 1970. Cinq contributions à la paléontologie de la région côtière d'Angola et du Congo. Musée Royal De L'Afrique Centrale, Tervuren, Belgique. Annales. Série in -8. Sciences Géologiques. Tervuren: Musée royal de l'Afrique centrale.
  13. Breman, Joel G, Karl M Johnson, Guido van der Groen, C Brian Robbins, Mark V Szczeniowski, Kalisa Ruti, Patricia A Webb, Florian Meier, David L Heymann, and Ebola Virus Study Teams. A search for Ebola virus in animals in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Cameroon: ecologic, virologic, and serologic surveys, 1979-1980: Journal of Infectious Diseases 179(Supplement 1), February, 1999: S139-S147, Illustr.
  14. Breton, Jean-Paul. 1959. "Les oeufs congeles." Doct. d'Etat-Med. vet.
  15. Brien, Paul. [1958]. Une mission zoologique CEMUBAC au Stanley Pool, 1957.M. Max Poll, and J. Bouillon. Academie Royale Des Sciences Coloniales. Classe Des Sciences Naturelles Et Medicales. Memoires in-80. Nouv. ser., t. 7, fasc. 6. [Bruxelles].
  16. British Museum (Natural History). 1958-. Ruwenzori expedition, 1952. British Museum (Natural History). Publication: Publication (British Museum (Natural History)), no. 671. London: Trustees of the British Museum (Natural History).
  17. Curry-Lindahl, Kai. 1961. Contribution à l'étude des vertébrés terrestres en Afrique tropicale. Institut Des Parcs Nationaux Du Congo Et Du Ruanda-Urundi. Exploration Du Parc National Albert Et Du Parc National De La Kagera. II. Mission K. Curry-Lindahl (1951-1952, 1958-1959): Institut Des Parcs Nationaux Du Congo Et Du Rwanda. Exploration Du Parc National Albert Et Du Parc National De La Kagera. II Mission K. Curry-Lindahl (1951-1952, 1958-1959), fasc. 1. Bruxelles.
  18. . 1956-. Ecological studies on mammals, birds, reptiles and amphibians in the Eastern Belgian Congo. Annalen Du Musée Royal Du Congo Belge Tervuren (Belgique). Série in 8o. Sciences Zoologiques, V.42: Annalen, v. 42. Tervuren: s.n.
  19. . 1968. Fjäll och savann Natur och naturvård världen runt. Stockholm: Natur och kultur.
  20. . 1974. The global role of national parks for the world of tomorrow. The Horace M. Albright Conservation Lectureship, 14. Berkeley: University of California School of Forestry and Conservation.
  21. . 1981. Wildlife of the prairies and plains. New York: H. N. Abrams.
  22. de Smet, W. H. Contributions to the rotifer fauna of the Bas-Zaire. 2. Species composition and seasonal abundance of rotifers in a shallow pond: Biologisch Jaarboek 57 1989[1990]: 62-77, Illustr.
  23. DESCOINGS, B. LES GRANDES REGIONS NATURELLES DU CONGO: THE MAIN NATURAL REGIONS OF THE CONGO [PHYTOGEOGRAPHICAL AND PHYTOECOLOGICAL ENTITIES]. CANDOLLEA: 30 (1): 91-120. MAPS. ENG. SUM, 1975.
  24. Deutsche Zentral-Afrika-Expedition, Adolf Friedrich, Johannes Mildbraed, H Schubotz, and Jan Czekanowski. 1911-1927. Wissenschaftliche Ergebnisse der Deutschen Zentral-Africa-Expedition, 1907-1908 unter Führung Adolf Friedrichs, Herzogs zu Mecklenburg. Leipzig: Klinkhardt & Biermann.
  25. Doumenge, Charles, and IUCN Forest Conservation Programme. 1992. La Réserve de Conkouati, Congo le secteur sud-ouest. Bibliothèque De La Conservation De L'UICN: IUCN Conservation Library. Gland, Suisse: Union mondiale pour la nature.
  26. Dowsett, R. Gazetteer of zoological localities in Congo: Tauraco Research Report No. 4 1991: 335-340.
  27. . Les lois gerant la conservation de la nature au Congo: critiques et recommandations: Tauraco Research Report No. 4 1991: 323-334, Illustr.
  28. . Suggestions for a conservation plan for Odzala National Park, Congo.: Tauraco Research Report 6, 1997: 103-110, Illustr.
  29. . 1990. Survey of the fauna and flora of Nyungwe Forest, Rwanda. Tauraco Research Report, 3. Jupille-Liège, Belgium: Tauraco Press.
  30. Dowsett, R., and Francoise Dowsett Lemaire. Flora and fauna of the Odzala National Park, Congo: Tauraco Research Report 6, 1997: 1-134, Illustr.
  31. , [Eds]. 1991. Flore et faune du bassin du Kouilou (Congo) et leur exploitation. Tauraco Research Report, No. 4. Jupille-Liège, Belgique: Tauraco Press en association avec Conoco.
  32. Evans, Gwilym O, and D. S Fletcher. 1958. Ruwenzori Expedition, 1952 introduction with list of localities. British Museum (Natural History). Ruwenzori Expedition, 1952. Reports: British Museum (Natural History. Rowenzori Expedition, 1952. Reports, vol. 1, no. 1. vol. 1, no. 1British Museum (Natural History).
  33. Fondation pour favorise l'étude scientifique des parcs nationaux du Congo Belge. 1941? Premier rapport (1935-1940). Brussels: Impr. Jean Vromans.
  34. Frechkop, Serge, and Belgian Congo. 1941. Animaux protégés au Congo belge et dans le territoire sous mandat du Ruanda-Urundi ainsi que le espèces dont la protection est assurée en Afrique (y compris Madagascar) par la Convention internationale de Londres du 8 novembre 1933 pour la protection de la faune et de la flore africaines avec la législation concernant la chasse, la pêche, la protection de la nature et les parcs nationaux au Congo belge et dans le territoire sous mandat du Ruanda-Urundi. Bruxelles: Institut des parcs nationaux du Congo belge.
  35. . 1953. Animaux protégés au Congo belge et dans le territoire sous mandat du Ruanda-Urundi ainsi que les espèces dont la protection est assurée en Afrique (y compris Madagascar) par la Convention internationale de Londres du 8 novembre 1933 pour la protection de la faune et de la flore africaines avec la législation concernant la chasse, la pêche, la protection de la nature et les parcs nationaux au Congo belge et dans le territoire sous mandat du Ruanda-Urundi. 4. éd ed. Bruxelles: Institut des parcs nationaux du Congo belge.
  36. Frechkop, Serge, and Belgian Congo. 1947. Animaux protégés au Congo belge et dans le territoire sous mandat du Ruanda-Urundi avec la législation concernant la chasse, la pêche, la protection de la nature et les parcs nationaux au Congo belge et dans le territoire sous mandat du Ruandi [sic]-Urundi. Version condensée de l'éd. de 1941 rev. et mise à jour par H. de Saeger. Introd. de V. van Straelen ed. Bruxelles: Institut des parcs nationaux du Congo belge.
  37. Gatti, Attilio. 1937. Great mother forest. New York: C Scribner's sons.
  38. . 1936-1937. Nella foresta equitoriale. Milano: Treves.
  39. Gatti, Attilio, and Eric Dugdale. 1936. Great mother forest. London: Hodder and Stoughton, Limited.
  40. Harris, J. W. K., P. G. Williamson, P. J. Morris, J. de Heinzelin, J. Verniers, D. Helgren, R. V. Bellomo, G. Laden, and T. W. Spang. Archaeology of the Lusso Beds: Virginia Museum of Natural History Memoir No. 1 1990: 237-272, Illustr.
  41. Harroy, Jean Paul. 1941. Les parcs nationaux du Congo Belge en 1939 et 1940. Publications De La Direction Générale De L'Agriculture, De L'Élevage Et De La Colonisation. Bruxelles.
  42. Harroy, Jean Paul, and J. Verschuren. Cinquante ans de la vie du Parc National de la Garamba au Zaire: Academie Royale Des Sciences D'outre-Mer Bulletin Des Seances 36(2) 1990[1991]: 193-210, Illustr.
  43. Hart, J., and Jefferson S Hall. Status of eastern Zaire's forest parks and reserves: Conservation Biology 10(2), April 1996: 316-324, Illustr.
  44. Hart, T., J. Hart, and Jefferson S Hall. Conservation in the declining nation state: a view from eastern Zaire: Conservation Biology 10(2), April 1996: 685-686.
  45. Harvard African Expedition, 1926-1927, and Richard Pearson Strong. 1969. The African Republic of Liberia and the Belgian Congo based on the observations made and material collected during the Harvard African Expedition, 1926-1927. New York: Greenwood Press.
  46. Harvard African Expedition (1926-1927), and Richard Pearson Strong. 1930. The African republic of Liberia and the Belgian Congo based on the observations made and material collected during the Harvard African Expedition, 1926-1927. Contributions From the Department of Tropical Medicine and the Institute for Tropical Biology and Medicine, no. 5. Cambridge Mass.: Harvard University Press.
  47. Hecketsweiler, P., Charles Doumenge, and J. Mokoko Ikonga. Le parc national d'Odzala, Congo: Iucn, Cambridge, England & Gland, Switzerland. 1991: I-Xiv, 1-334, Illustr.
  48. Hecketsweiler, P., and J. Mokoko Ikonga. La Reserve de Conkouati: Congo. Le secteur sud-est: Uicn, Gland. 1991: I-Iv, 1-323, Illustr.
  49. Hediger, Heini. 1951. Observations sur la psychologie animale dans les parcs nationaux du Congo belge. Exploration Des Parcs Nationaux Du Congo Belge. Mission H. Hediger - J. Verschuren (1948), fasc. 1. Bruxelles: Institut des Parcs Nationaux du Congo Belge.
  50. Heinecke, S. Eine Reise durch den Kivu (Zaire): Aquarien- Und Terrarien-Zeitschrift 42(9) 1989: 561-564, Illustr.
  51. Heuts, M. J, and Narcisse Leleup. 1954. La géographie et l'ecologie des grottes du Bas-Congo les habitats de Caecobarbus geertsi Blgr. Annales Du Musée Royal Du Congo Belge, d. 35. Tervuren: Musée Royal du Congo Belge.
  52. HEYMANS, J C, and J C MEURICE. L'EXPLOITATION DE LA FAUNE SAUVAGE EN REPUBLIQUE DU ZAIRE: UTILIZING THE WILD FAUNA IN THE ZAIRE REPUBLIC. [GAME ANIMALS, MEAT PRODUCTION]. NAT BELG: 54 (6): 246-254. REF, JULY/AUG 1973.
  53. Heyse, Théodore. 1952. Bibliographie du Congo belge et du Ruanda-Urundi (1939-1951) Sciences coloniales répertoire suivi d'un complément à la "Politique indigène," période antérieure à 1940. Cahiers Belges Et Congolais, no 18. Bruxelles: G. van Campenhout.
  54. Hoier, Rasmus, and Institut des parcs nationaux du Congo belge. 1955. A travers plaines et volcans au Parc National Albert. 2e ed ed. Bruxelles.
  55. Ichikawa, Mitsuo. Diversity and multiplicity in the forest use by the African hunter-gatherers: Tropics 2(2), November, 1992: 107-121, Illustr.
  56. . Food restrictions of the Mbuti pygmies, eastern Zaire: African Study Monographs Supplementary Issue No. 6 1987: 97-121, Illustr.
  57. Institut des parcs nationaux du Congo belge. 1951-. Exploration des parcs nationaux du Congo Belge Exploratie der nationale parken van Belgisch Congo. Bruxelles.
  58. . 1942-. Exploration du Parc national Albert et du Parc national de la Kagera Mission L. van den Berghe, 1936. Exploratie van het Nationaal Albert Park en van het Nationaal Park der Kagera. Bruxelles.
  59. Institut des parcs nationaux du Congo Belge. 1961-. Exploration du Parc national Albert et du Parc national de la Kagera Mission K. Curry-Lindahl (1951-1952, 1958-1959). Exploratie van het Nationaal Albert Park en van het Nationaal Park der Kagera. Bruxelles.
  60. . 1938-. Exploration du Parc national Albert Mission H. Damas, 1935- 1936. Exploratie van het Nationaal Albert Park. Bruxelles.
  61. Institut des parcs nationaux du Congo belge. 1955-. Exploration du Parc national Albert mission J. de Heinzelin de Braucourt (1950) = Exploratie van het Nationaal Albert Park : zending J. de Heinzelin de Braucourt (1950). Bruxelles: Institut des parcs nationaux du Congo Belge.
  62. Institut des parcs nationaux du Congo Belge. 1955-. Exploration du Parc national Albert Mission J. de Heinzelin de Braucourt, 1950. Exploratie van het Nationaal Albert Park. Bruxelles.
  63. . 1947-. Exploration du Parc national Albert Mission J. Lebrun, 1937-1938. Exploratie van het Nationaal Albert Park. Bruxelles.
  64. . 1939-. Exploration du Parc national Albert Mission P. Schumacher, 1933-1936. Exploratie van het Nationaal Albert Park. Bruxelles.
  65. . 1943-1947. Exploration du Parc national Albert Mission S. Frechkop, 1937-1938. Exploratie van het Nationaal Albert Park. Zending S. Frechkop, 1937-1938. Bruxelles.
  66. . 1951-. Exploration du Parc national de l'Upemba Mission G. F. de Witte. Bruxelles.
  67. . 1944-1947. Exploration du Parc national de la Kagera Mission S. Frechkop (1938). Exploratie van het Nationaal Park der Kagera. Bruxelles.
  68. Institut des parcs nationaux du Congo belge. 1949. The national parks of the Belgian Congo. Bruxelles.
  69. . 193. Parc national Albert, Belgian Congo. Bruxelles: Institut des parcs nationaux du Congo belge.
  70. . 1938. Les parcs nationaux du Congo belge. Bruxelles.
  71. . 1949? Les parcs nationaux du Congo belge. SOLINET/ASERL Cooperative Microfilming Project (NEH PS-20317), SOL MN04668.07 FUG. Bruxelles: Institut des Parcs Nationaux du Congo Belge.
  72. . 1955. Les parcs nationaux du Congo belge. Bruxelles.
  73. . 1937. Les parcs nationaux et la protection de la nature = De Nationale Parken en de Natuurbescherming. Exploration du Parc National Albert, mission H. Damas (1935-1936), fascicule 1 = Exploratie van het Nationaal Albert Park, Zending H. Damas (1935-1936), aflevering 1. Bruxelles: Institut des Parcs Nationaux du Congo Belge?
  74. . 1959. Protégez les parcs nationaux. Bruxelles: Hayez.
  75. Institut des parcs nationaux du Congo belge, François Bourlière, Jacques Verschuren, and Institut des parcs nationaux du Congo et du Rwanda. 1960-1966. Exploration du Parc national Albert, Mission F. Bourlière et J. Verschuren (1957-1959). Bruxelles: Institut des parcs nationaux du Congo belge.
  76. Institut des parcs nationaux du Congo belge, Hans Hediger, and Jacques Verschuren. 1951-. Exploration des Parcs nationaux de Congo belge. Bruxelles: Institut des parcs nationaux du Congo belge.
  77. Institut des parcs nationaux du Congo belge, and Henri de Saeger. 1954-. Exploration du Parc national de la Garamba Mission H. de Saeger, en collaboration avec P. Baert [et al.] Exploratie van het Nationaal Garamba Park. Bruxelles.
  78. Institut des parcs nationaux du Congo et du Ruanda-Urundi. 1937. Les parcs nationaux et la protection de la nature De nationale parken en de natuurbescherming. Bruxelles: M. Hayez, imprimeur.
  79. Institut des parcs nationaux du Congo et du Rwanda. 1937. Aspects de végétation des parcs nationaux du Congo belge. Bruxelles.
  80. . 1937-. Exploration du Parc national Albert. Bruxelles.
  81. . 1953. Exploration du Parc national Albert, deuxième série. Bruxelles.
  82. . 1965-. Exploration du Parc National de la Kagera. Bruxelles.
  83. Institut des Parcs Nationaux du Congo et du Rwanda. 1958. The national parks of the Belgian Congo. Bruxelles: Institut des Parcs Nationaux du Congo Belge.
  84. Institut des parcs nationaux du Congo et du Rwanda. 1937. Les parcs nationaux et la protection de la nature De nationale parken en de natuurbescherming. Bruxelles.
  85. Institut des parcs nationaux du Congo et du Rwanda, and Kai Curry-Lindahl. 1961-. Exploration du Parc national Albert et du Parc national de la Kagera II. Mission K. Curry-Lindahl (1951-1952, 1958-1959). Bruxelles.
  86. Institut des parcs nationaux du Congo et du Rwanda, and H Damas. 1937-. Exploration du Parc national Albert. Bruxelles.
  87. Institut des parcs nationaux du Congo et du Rwanda, and Serge Frechkop. 1943-1947. Exploration du Parc national Albert Mission S. Frechkop, 1937-1938. Exploratie van het Nationaal Albert Park. Bruxelles.
  88. . 1944-1947. Exploration du Parc national de la Kagera Mission S. Frechkop (1938). Bruxelles.
  89. Institut des parcs nationaux du Congo et du Rwanda, Heini Hediger, and J Verschuren. 1951-. Exploration des parcs nationaux du Congo belge. Bruxelles.
  90. Institut des parcs nationaux du Congo et du Rwanda, Henri de Saeger, Institut des parcs nationaux du Congo, Institut national pour la conservation de la nature de la République du Zaïre, and Fondation pour favoriser les recherches scientifiques en Afrique (Belgium). 1954. Exploration du Parc national de la Garamba. Bruxelles.
  91. Institut des parcs nationaux du Congo et du Rwanda, and Gaston-François de Witte. 1951. Exploration du Parc national de l'Upemba Mission G. F. de Witte en collaboration avec W. Adam [et al.] (1946-1949).Institut des parcs nationaux du Congo, Institut national congolais pour la conservation de la nature, Institut national pour la conservation de la nature de la République du Zaïre, and Fondation pour favoriser les recherches scientifiques en Afrique (Belgium). Bruxelles: Institut des parcs nationaux du Congo Belge.
  92. Institut des parcs nationaux du Congo et du Rwanda, Gaston-François de Witte, and Institut des parcs nationaux du Congo. 1937-1965. Exploration du Parc national Albert, Mission G.F. de Witte 1933-1935. Exploratie van het Nationaal Albert Park, Zending G.F. de Witte, 1933-1935. Bruxelles.
  93. . 1937-1965. Exploration du Parc national Albert, Mission G.F. de Witte 1933-1935. Bruxelles.
  94. Institut national pour la conservation de la nature de la République du Zaïre, François Bourlière, Jacques Verschuren, Fondation pour favoriser les recherches scientifiques en Afrique (Belgium), and Institut national zaïrois pour la conservation de la nature. 1972. Exploration du Parc national des Virunga. Bruxelles: Fondation pour favoriser les recherches scientifiques en Afrique.
  95. Institut national pour la conservation de la nature de la République du Zaïre, Gaston-François de Witte, and Fondation pour favoriser les recherches scientifiques en Afrique (Belgium). 1972-. Exploration du Parc national des Virunga. Bruxelles: Fondation pour favoriser les recherches scientifiques en Afrique.
  96. Institut pour la recherche scientifique en Afrique centrale, ed. 1967. Chronique De L'I.R.S.A.C.; Informations De L'Institut Pour La Recherche Scientifique En Afrique Centrale. Bukavu, Zaire: Institut pour la recherche scientifique en Afrique central.
  97. Institut royal colonial belge, and Section des sciences naturelles et médicales, eds. 1931. Mémoires (Institut royal colonial belge. Section des sciences naturelles et médicales): Mémoires Verhandelingen. Verzameling in-4 p0 s. Bruxelles: Librarie Falk fils, Georges van Campenhout, successeur.
  98. Institut royal des sciences naturelles de Belgique. 1957-. Exploration hydrobiologique des lacs Kivu, Édouard et Albert 1952-1954 résultats scientifiques. Bruxelles.
    Abstract: Contents: fasc. 1. Recherches écologiques sur la faune des grands lacs de l'est du Congo Belge. 1957. fasc. 2. Le régime alimentaire des poissons du lac Kivu (Congo Belge et Ruanda) et l'exploitation des ressources naturelles du lac, par J. Verbeke. Turbellaria, by E. and E. Marcus. Acanthocephala des poissons, par Y. J. Golvan. Trichoptera des lacs Kivu et Édouard, par S. Jacquemart. Haliplidae et Dytiscidae (Coleoptera Hydrocanthares), par F. Guignot. Culicidae (Diptera, Nematocera), par J. Wolfs. Chaoboridae (Diptera, Nematocera): Stades immatures et adultes, par J. Verbeke. Chironomidae (Diptera, Nematocera): Imagines, par P. Freeman.--fasc. 3. Le Régime alimentaire des poissons des lac Édouard et Albert (Congo Belge), par J. Verbeke, Cladocera, par V. Brehm. Dermaptera, par W. W. Hincks. Trichoptera du lac Albert, par S. Jacquemart. Larves de Chironomidae (Diptera, Nematocera), par A. Chrispeels. Bostrychidae (Coleoptera), par J. Vrydagh. 1959
  99. International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources. La conservation des ecosystemes forestiers du Zaire base sur le travail de Charles Doumenge: Uicn, Gland & Cambridge. 1990: I-X, 1-242, Illustr.
  100. . Twelfth General Assembly, Kinshasha, Zaire, 8-18 September 1975. Proceedings: Iucn (International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources) Publications New Series Supplements No. 44-E 1976: 1-297, Illustr.
  101. Karesh, W. B. Developing veterinary involvement in Zairian conservation efforts: American Association of Zoo Veterinarians Annual Proceedings 1992 1992: 85.
  102. Kashema, M. Inventory references on aquatic living resources, fishery, fishculture, fish systematic and hydrobiology to Belgian-Congo, Rwanda-Urundi and to Zaire. Vol. 1: Universite De Liege, Liege. [Undated]: 1-120, Illustr.
  103. Lang, Herbert. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History/ Scientific results of the American Museum Congo Expedition.James Paul Chapin. New York: American Museum of Natural History.
    Abstract: v. 1 (1915-1917). Ornithology, no. 1-4. Entomology, no. 1. Mammalogy, no. 1-4. Ichthyology, no. 1-3. General invertebrate zoology, no. 1
    v. 2 (1918-1919). Entomology, no. 2. Herpetology, no. 1
    v. 3 (1919). General invertebrate zoology, no. 2
    v. 4 (1920-1921). General invertebrate zoology, no. 3-6. Entomology, no. 3-6
    v. 5 (1921-1922 [i.e. 1922]). Entomology, no. 7.
  104. . n.d. Camera shots at American game as exhibited at The American Museum of Natural History in New York City.
  105. . 1920-1925. Collected papers.
  106. Lang, Herbert, James Paul Chapin, and American Museum of Natural History. 1915-1922. American Museum Congo Expedition: Scientific results of the American Museum Congo Expedition. New York, N.Y: American Museum of Natural History.
  107. Lang, Herbert, James Paul Chapin, and Mary Cynthia Dickerson. 1910-1920. Various papers on the American Museum Congo Expedition.
    Abstract: Contents: [1.] In the heart of Africa : the first published account of the Museum's Congo Expedition / [Mary Cynthia Dickerson]. 1910 -- [2.] Birds of the Congo / by James P. Chapin. 1915 -- [3.] Reproductions of African photographs from the work of Herbert Lang and Carl E. Akeley. 1915 -- [4.] An explorer's view of the Congo / by Herbert Lang. 1915 -- [5.] Reproductions in duotone of phographs giving glimpses of the life of the natives in the Congo : photographed in Africa between 1909 and 1915 by Herbert Lang. 1915 -- [6.] Migration of birds in Africa / by James P. Chapin. 1916 -- [7.] Famous ivory treasures of a Negro king / by Herbert Lang. 1916 -- [8.] Nomad dwarfs and civilization / by Herbert Lang. 1919 -- [9.] Fishing with poison in Africa / [by Herbert Lang]. 1915 -- In quest of the rare okapi / by Herbert Lang. 1918 -- [11.] The white rhinoceros of the Belgian Congo : text and illustrations / by Herbert Lang. 1920
  108. Lockard, Thaddeus Constantine, and Peter De Jean. 1960. Eight months in the African wilds. New York: Vantage Press.
  109. Mackal, R. P. A living dinosaur? In search of Mokele-mbembe: E.j. Brill, Leiden, New York Etc. 1987: I-Xviii, 1-340, Illustr.
  110. Mboukou-Kimbatsa, I. M. C., F. Bernhard-Reversat, and J. J. Loumeto. 1998. Change in Soil Macrofauna and Vegetation When Fast-Growing Trees Are Planted on Savanna Soils. Forest Ecology and Management 110, no. 1-3: 1-12.
    Abstract: Many forest species can be found in understory vegetation of old plantation plots, despite the fact that the native vegetation was a poor savanna growing on highly nonfertile sandy soils. The aim of the present paper is to describe the changes that occur in the environmental conditions when savanna is planted with fast-growing trees, and is particularly concerned with vegetation and soil macrofauna. The study was carried out in industrial eucalyptus plantations, and in experimental Acacia and pine plantations. Most plots were located on sandy soil, but some measurements were also carried out on clay soil planted with the same species in order to assess the influence of soil type.A strong correlation was shown between the age of the eucalyptus trees and the percentage of forest species in undergrowth, emphasizing the progressive change from savanna vegetation towards forest vegetation.Biomass and density of macrofauna were very low in both sandy and clayey savanna soils, total biomass being 3.3 and 5.8 g/m(2) respectively. Soil macrofauna became more important as the age of plantations increased, and biomass reached 29 g/m(2) in the 20-year-old eucalyptus plot on sandy soil, and 74 g/m(2) in 26-year-old eucalyptus plantation on clay soil, compared to 33 g/m(2) in the natural forest plot on sandy soil; however, frequency of occurrence and number of taxa were lower in old eucalyptus plot as compared to forest. Large differences in the abundance of macrofauna were observed in relation to planted species. Acacia was most favourable to soil macrofauna, with a total biomass of 60 g/m(2) on sandy soil and many taxa present. Pine plantations had a poor macrofauna and several taxa were lacking, particularly in the sandy soil.Total macrofauna frequency was significantly correlated with the percentage of forest species in understory vegetation. Both were correlated with soil pH and soil organic-matter content. The results suggest that soil organic matter and litter quality are of main importance in changing the above- and below-ground habitat in plantations. (C) 1998 Elsevier Science B.V.
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