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Bob James, Jim Maynard, EJZ, and Steve Cox.jpg
Dr. Zipser was the scientific coordinator for the Line Islands Experiment, a testament to his knowledge and skill, having received his doctorate just a few years prior. The LIE was formative in establishing his career, and he would go on to do be…

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Photos taken from the full report of the Line Islands Experiment, showing various activities on Palmyra and several diagrams.

Catalogue of Meterological Data-Excerpt.pdf
Project summary and data gathered during the line islands experiment during 1967. Includes general information on Palmyra, photographs and diagrams from the researchers stationed there, and a summary of the project data.

Barracks, northwest of seaplane ramp, Palmyra. Note roof ribbing. Rain gutters would be difficult to mount..tiff
These photos were taken by personnel while stationed on Palmyra and showcase the project and its members at the time, as well as some beautiful aerials and scenic shots of the islets.

midpacific_volume10_issue5-excerpt.pdf
Personal account of Judge Henry E Cooper, owner of Palmyra at the time, from his time on Palmyra hosting several scientists studying plant and animal life. Includes two photographs and a variety of detail on their daily routines and the reactions of…

Pacific_Naturalist_Vol_1_No_2_1959.pdf
Extensive report on the physical changes Palmyra has undergone since 1913, when one of the first extensive physical surveys of its shores, plants, and animal life was done. This report contains a wealth of information of general interest, describing…

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This early issue of the Pacific Naturalist periodical was dedicated entirely to a study done on Palmyra under the title, " Changes in Palmyra Atoll and its Vegetation through the Activities of Man, 1913-1958". This collection features a series of…

TempletonCrockerExpedition-Excerpt.pdf
The Templeton Crocker expedition did a great deal of animal life collecting on various Pacific islands, on behalf of the California Academy of Sciences. They gathered a few samples from Palmyra, which are mentioned in the excerpt.

USXX-Vol23-Hydrography-Excerpt.pdf
For those not familiar, the US Exploring Expedition (USXX) was the first oceanic research expedition, and the most audacious of its time. It sought to explore, map, and catalogue the lands, creatures, and peoples living in the lesser known island…

JournalofUSSPortsmouth-1873.pdf
This journal describes the voyage of the USS Portsmouth as part of the US North Pacific Surveying Expedition, including the first extensive survey of plant and animal life on Palmyra. From the manuscript: "Journal relating to collections made in…
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