The Life Story of Our Class of 1918 Marsh
by MJ Morgan, July 10, 2019–March 2020
PART I. The Sedge Meadow, 1880-1910
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“An Introduction to Wisconsin Wetlands: Plants, Hydrology, and Soils.” United States Dept. of the Interior, Geologic Survey, February, 1979. In cooperation with the University of Wisconsin Extension, Geological and Natural History Survey. M.E. Ostrom, Director. Madison, Wisconsin.
Spider Barbour, “A Survey of Lepidoptera in Tivoli North Bay (Hudson River Estuary, freshwater wetlands).” Dept. of Ecology, Bard College, Annandale, New York, 1985.
Richard Beeman. Email communication to author, June 11, 2019.
Thomas Brock, compiler. “Chronology of the University Bay Marsh.” From Richard McCabe’s MA Thesis, University of Wisconsin, 1971.
Glenda Denniston. Email communication to author, June 30, 2019.
John Eastman, The Book of Swamp and Bog: Trees, Shrubs, and Wildflowers of Eastern Freshwater Wetlands, illus. by Amelia Hansen. Mechanicsburg, PA: Stackpole Books, 1995.
A.L. Frolik, “Vegetation on the Peat Lands of Dane County, Wisconsin.” Ecological Monographs, Vol. 11(1), June, 1941.
John Ronald Heddle, “The Plant Geography of the University Bay Region.” B.A. Thesis, University of Wisconsin, Dept. of Botany, 1910.
P.R. Hoy, “Man’s Influence on the Avifauna of Southeastern Wisconsin.” Proceedings of the Natural History Society of Wisconsin (March, 1885).
Roma Lenehan,”Habitat Groupings of Birds that Nested in the CNA (Preserve) in 2000, 2001,” 2002. Summary of the 2000-2002 Breeding Bird Study.
Richard McCabe, “A Niche in Time.” University of Wisconsin-Madison, c. 1976. Unpublished manuscript with handwritten edits. At UW Archives, University Bay. Project Collection, series 6/12/1, Box 10.
Michael J. Mossman and David W. Semple, “Birds of Wisconsin Sedge Meadows.” The Passenger Pigeon, Vol. 52(1), 1990.
“1918 Marsh.” Unidentified, undated one-page data sheet from UW Archives. In the private collection of Prof. Thomas Brock.
Michele Peach and Joy. B. Zedler, “How Tussocks Structure Sedge Meadow Vegetation.” Wetlands, Vol. 26(2), June, 2006.
Bibliography for “The Life History of the Class of 1918 Marsh,
Part II: the Fields and the Water.”
Part II. The Fields and the Water
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“Agricultural Experiment Station Photographs, 1913-1946,” University of Wisconsin Archives, Steenbock Memorial Library.
“Agricultural Experiment Station Reports, 1914-1963,” University of Wisconsin Archives, Steenbock Memorial Library.
“Annual Report of the Agricultural Extension Service for 1937,” W.W. Clarke, Associate Director. University of Wisconsin Archives, Steenbock Memorial Library.
Eleanor Crawford Blitzer, email communication to author. October, 2019.
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Daniel L. Leedy, “The Effects on Pheasants of Corn Treated with Various Fungicides,” The Journal of Wildlife Management, Vol. 14(2), April, 1950.
Roma Lenehan, “University Bay: Preservation and Change.” Class of 1918 Marsh, Lakeshore Nature Preserve Archive, n.d.
Aldo Leopold and Sarah Elizabeth Jones, “A Phenological Record for Sauk and Dane Counties, Wisconsin, 1935-1945,” Ecological Monographs, Vol. 17(1), Jan., 1947.
Aldo Leopold, Orville S. Lee, and Harry G. Anderson, “Wisconsin Pheasant Movement Study, 1936-7,” The Journal of Wildlife Management, Vol. 2(1), Jan., 1938.
Richard McCabe and S. A. Carpenter. A Niche in Time. The University Bay Project. University of Wisconsin – Madison. Unpublished manuscript, 1976. Steenbock Memorial Library.
Richard McCabe and Bradley Miller, “The University Bay Marsh: A Case Study.” Center for Environmental Communication and Education Studies, University of Wisconsin, 1969.
Wally Niebauer, email communication to author, October, 2019.
U.S. Weather Bureau Records, Dept. of Agricultural Extension for the Dept. of Agriculture, University of Wisconsin, 1934. University of Wisconsin Archives, Steenbock Memorial Library.
Jim Zimmerman, “History of the Marsh.” Class of 1918 Marsh, Lakeshore Nature Preserve Archive, 1972.