In order to explore any of these practical problems, it is essential to have adequate, basic knowledge of algal taxonomy, physiology, cytogenetics and ecology. He then became the director of the Division of Environmental and Urban Systems at Florida International University. Jackson Papers, University Archives, Special Collections Research Center Syracuse University Libraries Acquisition Information The Daniel F. All books are in clear copy here, and all files are secure so don't worry about it. With the continuous increase in human population and its constant demands on the aquatic environment, there has been a compounding of the interrelationships between algae and man. Jackson Papers document Jackson's professional career and his scholarship as a limnologist. Please click button to get algae and man book now.
The third section discusses the detrimental, sometimes disastrous, effects of algae in the form of red-tide organisms, weeds, producers of freshwater toxins, and marine biofouling. Hoepli 5, 20121 Milano - Italy Tel. Throughout his time as a student, Jackson worked as a lecturer and assistant professor of biology at the University of Pittsburgh, Western Michigan University, as well as the College of Steubenville. He was also invited to lecture at the Polish Academy of Sciences and the 16th International Limnological Congress at Warsaw while teaching at Syracuse University. In addition to his work as a professor, Jackson was also on various committees and consulted on regional projects about water pollution.
Administrative Information Preferred Citation Preferred citation for this material is as follows: Daniel F. Scope and Content Note The Daniel F. Restrictions Access Restrictions: Please note that the collection is housed off-site, and advance notice is required to allow time to have the materials brought to the Reading Room on campus. As a scholar, Jackson authored over 50 scientific publications related to water pollution and treatment and was published in Yale Scientific Magazine. Jackson Papers Dates: 1953-1968 Size: 2 boxes.
In order to explore any of these practical problems, it is essential to have adequate, basic knowledge of algal taxonomy, physiology, cytogenetics and ecology. Problems of taste, odor, toxicity, or obnoxious growth caused by algae are unfortunately quite familiar to the water supplier and to the public health worker. The book addresses the culture, nutrition, growth, photosynthesis, chemosynthesis, heterotrophy, respiration, nitrogen metabolism, differentiation, reproduction, and life cycles of the blue-green algae. Language: English Repository: University Archives, Special Collections Research Center Syracuse University Libraries 222 Waverly Ave. The effect of these chemicals on nontarget organisms, either directly or indirectly, is a significant problem which must be dealt with when using pesticides. Observations and researches on the following planctonic algae are discussed: Cyclotella ocellata Pant.
Jackson Papers An inventory of his papers at the Syracuse University Archives Finding aid created by: Emily Rindahl Date: 2016 Revision history: Summary Creator: Jackson, Daniel F. The final chapter deals with the methods for the identification of the common medical bacteria. Author by : Daniel F. Algae have met their role in the space age as a possible source for food or as a gas ex changer. This book discusses the relevance of cell growth to applied aspects of bacteriology. Problems of taste, odor, toxicity, or obnoxious growth caused by algae are unfortunately quite familiar to the water supplier and to the public health worker.
In addition to space the authors investigate problems associated with living conditions in dangerous or difficult environmental areas on Earth such as the Arctic and Antarctica, deserts and mountains. Algae have met their role in the space age as a possible source for food or as a gas ex changer. In order to explore any of these practical problems, it is essential to have adequate, basic knowledge of algal taxonomy, physiology, cytogenetics and ecology. As an expert on water pollution and fresh water, Jackson has been asked to speak at many academic conferences as well as churches, schools, and civic groups. Author by : Carole A. Jackson Papers document Jackson's professional career as a Syracuse University professor and a limnologist. Contributions of Current Research to Algal Systematics.
The second group of chapters deals with the commercial and economic value of algae to industry, energy, waste treatment, and agriculture i. Processing Information Materials were placed in acid-free folders and boxes. The first reviews the natural roles of algae as sources of oxygen, organic carbon compounds, and as bases of food-chains for higher trophic levels. He has also received an honorary membership in the Society for Natural Science and was awarded the Rotary International Award for the Advancement of Science in Kentucky in 1962. Within the past twenty-five years, with advances in technology and the increased eutrophication of lakes and streams, the interplay between algae and man has become more complex and more im portant. The final section considers current applications and future potential of algae to industry, in general, and, in particular, to space exploration and genetic engineering.
While at Syracuse University, Jackson played an important role in initiating the clean-up of Onondaga Lake. Some data about water quality and ecology are enclosed. Jackson Papers An inventory of his papers at the Syracuse University Archives Collection inventory Daniel F. Capitale sociale in euro: deliberato 4. Additionally, from 1952 to 1953 Jackson worked for the United States Army Corps of Engineers as a hydrologist.