JOEL HEDGPETH ANTHOLOGY:

Compiled by
Robert "Roy" J. van de Hoek
December 21, 2000
Revised September 10, 2001
Second Revision September 11, 2002
Photo of Joel Hedgpeth added, May 5, 2002
Sierra Club & Wetlands Action Network


Joel Hedgpeth is an incredible environmentalist, naturalist, historian, and scientist. Joel Hedgpeth is interconnected with Ed Ricketts, John Steinbeck, Between Pacific Tides, Marine Biology, Natural History, and California wild nature. The web pages below were created and compiled to guide the curious individual into the realm of "knowledge is power" and "breaking through." Another phrase could be: "In the elders there is wisdom." There is something to be said for just plain pure education, knowledge, and curiosity to know about natural landscapes from the perspective of WILD NATURE. It also hoped that these web pages will help educate us all about the inter-relationships of the land and the sea, through the eyes of a gifted marine naturalist and historian of marine biology. As this web page is basically about the sea, it seems fitting to inform you that it was compiled in conjuntion with the unique lunar cycle of the winter solstice of December 21, 2000, between some very high tides and low tides. Finally, it is simply amazing to know that Joel Hedgpeth has been writing for over 61 years (1939-2000) on subjects such as wild nature, salmon, ecology, oceans, tidepools, dams, science, biogeography, sea spiders, John Steinbeck, and Edward "Doc" Ricketts.


American White-feathered "Bald" Eagle ... and ... American Joel Hedgpeth
Breaking Through To The Outer Shores With Ricketts, Steinbeck & Marine Biology

Hedgpeth in Between Pacific Tides, 1985American Bald Eagle Hedgpeth on Ricketts Street

SELECTED WRITINGS BY JOEL HEDGPETH
1939: Pycnogonids of Southern California, in American Midland Naturalist
1941: Scientific Second Half of the Sea of Cortez, in San Francisco Chronicle
1941: Livingston Stone & Fish Culture in California, in California Fish & Game
1944: Sea Lions, in Nature Magazine
1944: The Passing of the Salmon, in Scientific Monthly
1945: A Century at the Seashore,in Scientific Monthly
1945: United States Fish Commission Steamer Albatross , in American Neptune
1946: The Voyage of the Challenger, in Scientific Monthly 63: 194-202
1947: The steamer Albatross,in Scientific Monthly 65(1):17-22
1947: Progress - The Flower of the Poppy, in American Scientist, volume 35
1948: Re-examination of the Adventure of the Lion's Mane , in Baker Street Journal volume 3
1948: Fishers of the Murex, Marine Natural History, in Isis
1950: Notes on Marine Invertebrates of Salt Flats, in Publications Texas Institute Marine Science 1:103-109
1952: Preface, in Between Pacific Tides, Stanford University Press
1952: Addendum - Tomales Bay Tidal Flats in Between Pacific Tides
1953: 'Sea of Cortez' Revisited or 'Cannery Row' Revised, in Pacific Discovery
1954: Bottom Communities of the Gulf of Mexico, inFishery Bulletin Volume 55
1956: Preface Note, in Between Pacific Tides, Stanford University Press
1957: Sandy Beaches, in Geological Society of America Memoir "Marine Ecology & Paleontology"
1959: Biology of Inland Mineral Waters, in Archo. Oceanogr. Limnol.
1962: Preface Note, in Between Pacific Tides, Stanford University Press
1962: Seashore Life of San Francisco Bay Region, UC Press - California Natural History Guides
1964: Evolution of Community structure, in Approaches to Paleoecology
1965: Bodega Head - A Partisan View, in Bulletin Atomic Scientists
1966: The Battle of Bodega head, in Bulletin Atomic Scientists
1966: Oceanographic Setting of Galapagos, in The Galapagos, by Robert Bowman, editor
1966: Aspects of the Estuarine Ecosystem, in American Fisheries Society 3:3-11
1968: Preface, in Between Pacific Tides, Stanford University Press
1967: The Sense of the Meeting, in Estuaries
1968: "Newcomers to the Pacific Coast: The Estuarine Itinerants," in Between Pacific Tides
1969: The Book of Galapagos-A Modern Scripture, in Quarterly Review of Biology
1969: An Intertidal Reconnaissance of Rock Shores of the Galapagos, in Wasmann Journal of Biology
1969: San Francisco Bay & Delta Estuary, an Ecological System, in U.S. 91st Congress - Hearing
1969: Thermal Alteration on Marine & Estuarine Benthos, in Biological Aspects of Thermal Pollution
1969: Preliminary Observations of Life Between Tidemarks at Palmer Station, in Antarctic Journal
1971: De Mirabili Maris: Thoughts on Flowering of Seashore Books, in Royal Society Edinburgh Proceedings
1971: Ecological Problems of San Francisco Bay, in National Coastal & Shallow Water Research Conference
1971: The Sea:Controlling Interface of Our Biosphere, in Population, Environment and People, McGraw-Hill
1971: Philosophy on Cannery Row, in Steinbeck: The Man And His Work
1972: One Hundred Years of Pacific Oceanography, in Biology of the Oceanic Pacific, 33rd Colloquium
1972: Symposium Summary, in Science and the Environment (II):The Fate of Chesapeake Bay
1973: The Impact of Impact Studies, in Helgolander wiss. Meeresunters
1973: Genesis of the Sea of Cortez, in The Steinbeck Quarterly 6(3):74-80
1973: Protection of Environmental Quality in Estuaries, in Environmental Quality & Water Development
1975: Foreward to Gary Brusca'sGeneral Patterns of Invertebrate Development, Mad River Press
1975: Escape from Salinas, in Steinbeck and the Sea, Oregon State University Conference
1975: San Francisco Bay, in Geoscience & Man
1976: The Living Edge, in Geoscience & Man
1977: Models and Muddles. Some Philosophical Observations, in Helgolander wiss. Meeresunters
1978: The Outer Shores, Part 1, Mad River Press
1978: The Outer Shores, Part 2, Mad River Press
1978: Joel Hedgpeth acknowledges Richard Brusca, in The Outer Shores
1978: Man on the Seashore, Chapter 11 in Wildlife and America
1979: San Francisco Bay-The Unsuspected Estuary, in San Francisco Bay
1980: The Problem of Introduced Species in Management and Mitigation, in Helgolander Meeresuntersuchungen
1981: Willapa Bay:Historical Perspective and a Rationale for research, in U.S Fish & Wildlife Service Report/OBS-81/03
1982: Research and Education:Neglected Resources in Planning, for the California Coastal Commission
1983: Brackish Water, Estuaries, and Lagoons, in Marine Ecology, John Wiley & Sons
1986: The Changing Coast: A Sesquicentennial Retrospect, in Coastal Zone '83
1987: In Memorium:Sir Maurice Younge, in Veliger, volume 30
1988: Ed Ricketts 1897-1948, Marine Biologist, in Managing Inflows to California Bays & Estuaries
1988: Report to Congress - Coastal Barrier Resources System, U.S. Dept. Interior
1991: Epilogue to The Passing of the Salmon (1944), in California's Salmon & Steelhead
1991: Rivers Do Not "Waste" to the Sea!, in California's Salmon & Steelhead
1993: Rise & Fall of Community Paradigm, in Fifth Int. Cong., Oceanography at Scripps
1997: John Steinbeck: Late-blooming Environmentalist, in Steinbeck and the Environment
1998: TORPEDO THE DAMS (book review), in California Wild
2000: Fitzgerald State Marine Reserve (book review), in California Wild

SELECTED WRITINGS ABOUT JOEL HEDGPETH
1939: Edward Ricketts Thanks & Acknowledges Joel Hedgpeth in Between Pacific Tides
1968: Victor Scheffer's Introduction in Scammon's 1868 classic book Marine Mammals..."
1976: Professor of Oceanography and Head, Vaquina Biology lab, Oregon, in Cushing Library, Texas A&M, June 1, 1976, 60p.
1979: Littoral Philosophy (book review) by Michael Ghiselin, UC Marine Lab-Bodega Bay, in Science,
1978: Richard Brusca & Gary Brusca about Joel Hedgpeth, in A Naturalist's Seashore Guide
2001: Joel Hedgpeth Interview, in Coast and Ocean
2002: Living Legend: 90 years old, in Press Democrat(Santa Rosa Newspaper)
1970s: Scripps History, in Scripps Institute History


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