Bibliography of A. S. Loukashkin

1. A sand grouse (Syrrhaptes paradoxus Pallas). The problems of the School Life, No. 3:104-106, 1 pl. Harbin) Manchuria. 1925 (In Russian).

2. Sand grouse in northern Manchuria (Observations upon mass invasion into Manchuria in 1923). Manchuria Monitor, No. 3:9-14, 1 pl., 2 text figs.1927 (In Russian with English summary).

3. Mongolian steppe antelope "Dzeren". (Antelope gutturosa Gm.) Ann. Manchuria Research Soc., Zool. Issue 1:8-24, 1 pl., 2 text figs. 1927 (In Russian with English summary).

4. A little-known Manchurian method of hare catching, Hunter and Trapper of Siberia, No, 8:74. Omsk, USSR. 1927 (In Russian) .

5. (Native) fisheries on Sungari River near Harbin (Summer season). Manchuria Monitor, No. 4:43-49, 6 text figs. 1929 (In Russian).

6. Mammals of Barga Steppe in their biological peculiarities and economic importance, Manchuria Monitor, No.7-8: 71-79, 6 text figs. 1929 (In Russian with English summary).

7. New data on Neolithic culture in northern Manchuria, Manchuria Monitor, No 2:85-90, 5 text figs. 1931 (In Russian with English summary).

8. New data on Neolithic culture in northern Manchuria. Bull. Geol. Soc. of China, XI:2:171-181, 3 figs. 1931

9. New data on Neolithic culture in northern Manchuria. The China Journal, XV:4:198-199, 5 pls. 1931

10. A ringed mallard in North Manchuria {first record of catching a Japan banded bird), The China Journal, XV (6):307. 1931

11. Fur market of Ninguta City, Kirin Province (Manchuria), Economic Bull., No. 4-5. Harbin Manchuria 1932 (In Russian).

12. (Native) fisheries in Ninguta District (Kirin Province, North Manchuria), Economic Bull., No, 6:4-7, Harbin, Manchuria 1932 (In Russian).

13. (Native) fisheries on Sungari River near Harbin (Winter and spring seasons), Economic Bull., No.9-10: 4-5. Harbin, Manchuria 1932 (In Russian).

14. Recent discoveries of remains of Pleistocene mammals in northern Manchuria. The China Journal, XVI(6): 345-354, 19 pls., 2 maps. 1932

15. The Tsinbokhu Lake and its basin. (Manchuria). Manchuria Monitor, No. 7:42-54, 3 pls., 2 text figs. 1933 (In Russian).

16. The fur season of 1931/32 in Manchuria. Economic Bull., No. 11-12, Harbin, Manchuria 1932 (In Russian).

17. Fur market of North Manchuria in the season of 1932/33. (With V. N. Jernakov). Manchuria Monitor, No. 10-11: 48-56, 1 pl. 1933 (In Russian).

18. Expedition (of the Manchuria Research Institute) to the basins of Mulinho and Mutankiang Rivers (Manchuria). Manchuria Monitor, No 10-11:90-97, 4 text figs. 1933 (In Russian).

19. The vegetation of the divide of Muren and Hsiao-Suifen rivers (Manchuria). Manchuria Monitor, No. 21:50-59, 3 text figs. 1933 (In Russian).

20. North Manchurian nature, Geography, No. 6, Tokyo, Japan. 1933 (In Japanese).

21. The Post-Tertiary fauna of northern Manchuria contemporary with primitive man. Report of the XVI Internat. Geol. Congress, Washington. pp 1-7, 1 map. 1933

22. Furs and fur trade in North Manchuria. (With V, N. Jernakov). Manmo, Jour. of Manchuro-Mongolian Research Society, No. 11. Dairen, Manchuria. 1933 (In Japanese).

23. Russian explorations in North Manchuria and modern conditions for scientific work there. Manmo, Jour. Manchuro-Mongolian Research Soc., No. 12. Dairen, Manchuria 1933 (In Japanese).

24. On the avifauna of North Manchuria. The China Journal, XIX(6): 326-329, 1 pl. 1933

25. A new form of Kolonok or mink from North Manchuria (Mustelakolonocus sibericus charbinensis subsp. nov. ). The China Journal, XX(1):47-52, 2 pls. 1934

26. Hunting season in Manchuria. The China Journal, XX(5):295 1934

27. The fur trade of North Manchuria. (With V. N. Jernakov). The China Journal, XXI(5):Z27-244, XXI(6):293-303, 12 pls., 1 map. 1934

28. A note on wintering birds in the valleys of Dessin and Yaly rivers in the region of Niantzeshan Station on Chinese Eastern Railway. Ann. of Club of Natural Science and Geography, 1:133-137. Harbin, Manchuria 1934 (In Russian).

29. (Sport and market) hunting and its objects in the valleys of Dessin and Yalu rivers near Lihsantien in Heilunkiang Province (Manchuria). Ann. Club of Natural Science and Geography, 1:138-149, 3 pls. Harbin, Manchuria 1934 (In Russian).

30. New findings of mammalian remains in the Post-Tertiary deposits of North Manchuria. Ann. Club of Natural science and Geography, 1:123-1 36, 8 pls., 2 maps, Harbin, Manchuria 1934 (In Russian).

31. Museum of North Manchuria in Harbin, Manchuria Monitor, No. 1:18 3-187 1934 (In Russian).

32. The studying of the Neolithic sites near Tsitsihar Station on the Chinese Eastern Railway (Manchuria), Manchuria Monitor, No. 3:135-164, 7 pls., 7 text figs. 1934 (In Russian).

33. The (game) hunting and (fur) trapping on the Great Khingan Mountains (Manchuria), Manchuria Monitor, No. 5:136-142, 6 figs. 1934 (In Russian).

34. Natural history sketch of the Urkichihan Forest Concession on the Great Khingan Mountains. Manchuria Monitor, No. 7:66-80, 2 text figs., 1 map. 1934 (In Russian).

35. New ornithological records and some observations upon the birds of North Manchuria. Manchuria Monitor, No.9:93-113, 5 text figs. 1934 (In Russian).

36. Sport hunting in North Manchuria. Travel in Manchuria 1935. Publ by Japanese Tourist Bureau, Dairen, Manchuria. (In Japanese).

37. Birds of the upper course of Hailar River, Great Khingan Mountains. Report of Manchuria Research Institute, No. 1, 30 pp., 4 pls. Harbin, Manchuria. 1936 (In Japanese).

38. Manchurian nature in danger. Russia and Asia, July, 1936, pp. 56-61. Harbin, Manchuria. (In Russian).

39. Modern conditions of protection and preservation of mammals and birds in Japan. Light from the East, Dec., 1936, pp. 41-47, 4 text figs. Harbin, Manchuria. (In Russian).

40. Some observations on the remains of a Pleistocene fauna and of the Paleolithic Age in Northern Manchuria, {In the book Early Man as depicted by Leading Authorities at the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia), March, 1937, pp. 327-340, 3 pls.

41. Mammals collected by the Dalai-Khingan Zoological Expedition of the Manchuria Research Institute at Harbin in 1935 (Preliminary report), Bull. of Institute of Scientific Research, Manchoukuo, 1(2):59-67, 6 figs. Hsinking, Manchuria. 1937

42. On the protection of wild life of Manchoukuo, Bull. Institute of Scientific Research, Manchoukuo, 1(Z) :89-95, Hsinking, Manchuria. 1937

43. The Tarbagan or the Transbaikalian marmot and its economic value, Comptes Rendus de XII-e Congres International de Zoologie Lisbonne 1935, pp. 2233-2293, pls. XCV, XCVII. 1937

44. The Tarbagan or Transbaikalian marmot as a carrier of plague, Comptes Rendus du XII-e Congres International de Zoologie Lisbonne 1935, pp. 2097-2111. 1937

45. Tarbagan or Siberian Marmot. Publ. by North Manchurian Economic Board of the South Manchuria Railway Company. 1937, Harbin, Manchuria, pp. 1-5, 1-98, 1-16, 12 pls., 1 map. 1937 (In Japanese).

46. Suggestions concerning some important corrections to be introduced into the new proclaimed hunting law in Manchoukuo. Publ. by the Japanese Hunters Association in Manchuria. 1937. Harbin, Manchuria. pp. 1-46, (In Japanese).

47. The mammals of North Manchuria. Jour. Mamm. 18(3); 327-332, 1 map. 1937

48. Wutalienchieh or the country of fourteen volcanoes, Travel in Manchuria, (publ. by the Japanese Tourist Bureau). Sept. 1937, (In Japanese).

49. The Manchurian Tiger, The China Journal, XXVIII (3): 127-133, 3 pls., 1 fig. 1938

50. Mammals found in the territory of the Greater Harbin, Report of Institute of Scientific Research, Manchoukuo, II(2):111-122, 6 pls., 3 figs., 1 map. 1938

51. Fur-bearing wild animals on the Barga Steppes, Contemporary Manchuria II(6):60-84, 3 pls., 1 map, Tokyo, Japan. 1938

52. On the avifauna of North Manchuria (a preliminary list of the birds observed in the valley of Hailar (Argun) River on the western slopes of central part of Great Khingan Mountains), Report of Institute of Scientific Research, Manchoukuo, III(1) 1-38, 3 pls., 1 map. 1939

53. Fur and game mammals of North Manchuria, Publ. by North Manchurian Economic Board of the South Manchuria Railway Company, 1939, pp. 1-6, 1-473, 1 pl., 69 text figs., 1 map, Tokyo, Japan. 1939 (In Japanese).

54. Two hardy plants of interest, Florists' Exchange and Horticultural Trade World, August 1939, p. 16, 2 text figs.

55. Some observations upon the natural food of the Amur ring necked pheasant in northern Manchuria. The China Journal, XXXI(6): 292-294, 4 pls. 1939

56. Fragments on the question of natural food of some North Manchurian birds, Report of Institute for Horse Diseases, No, 1:171-180. Hsinking, Manchuria. 1940

57. The small-leafed elm of North Manchuria. The China Journal, XXXII (4): 153-157, 4 pls. 1940

58. Unusual migration of the Ussurian black cock in northern Manchuria. The China Journal, XXXII(5):204-205, 1 pl. 1940

59. Some rare plants from eastern Asia. The China Journal, XXXII(6): 266-267, 1 pl. 1940

60. The general report and diary of the assistant to the Chief of the Expedition of the Scientific Research Institute in the Region of Wutalienchieh in summer of 1937. Bull. of Institute of Scientific Research, Manchoukuo, 4:3:474-492. Hsinking, Manchuria. 1940

61. On the pikas of North Manchuria. Jour. Mamm. 21(4):402-405. 1940 (microfilm)

62. On the hares of North Manchuria. Jour. Mamm. 24(1):73-81. 1943

63. The giant rat-headed hamster, Cricetulus triton nestor Thomas, of Manchuria, Jour. Mamm., 25(2):170-177, 1 pl,, 2 text figs. 1944

64. (with Tom Groody and Norman Grant) BEHAVIOR AND PHYSIOLOGY of the Pacific Sardine: Feeding behavior, Schooling behavior, and Electrical Stimulation of Fish in Sea Water. California Cooperative Sardine Research Program, Progress Report, 1950:46-47.

65. A preliminary report on the behavior of the pacific sardine (Sardinops caerulea) in an electrical field (With Tom Groody and Norman Grant). Proc. Calif. Acad. Sci., Fourth Ser., XXVII (8): 311-323, 4 text figs. 1952

66. Habits and behavior of the pacific sardine: olfactory sense, school patterns and behavior in en electrical field. (with Tom Groody and Norman Grant). California Cooperative Sardine Research Programs Progress Report from 1 January 1951 to 30 June 1952: 22 and 23. 1952

67. Departure to Santa Maria Sardine Conference. Russkaia Zhizn, July 1, 1953. (In Russian).

68. On the problem of sardine research. Russkaia Zhizn, No.3190, July 27, 1954. (In Russian).

69. Disappearance of the California sardine, and the investigations of the California Cooperative Sardine Research Program. Russkaia Zhizn, No.3195, September 3, 1954. (In Russian).

70. Further studies on the behavior of the Pacific sardine (Sardinops caerulea) in an electrical field. (with Norman Grant). Proc. Calif. Acad. Sci., Fourth Ser., XXVIII (65:323-337), 5 text figs. 1954

71. On the Pacific sardine (Sardinops caerulea Girard) in aquaria: transportation, handling and survival. (with Thomas Groody). Proc. Calif. Acad. Sci., Fourth Ser., XXVIII (7):339-353, 3 text figs. 1955

72. Effects of light and darkness, of colored lights and of intermittent beam of light on schooling behavior of the Pacific sardine (Sardinops caerulea} and behavior of sardine and herring in an electrical field. (with Norman Grant). California Cooperative Oceanic Fisheries Investigations, Progress Report, 1 July 1956 - 1 January 1958: 8-9.

73. Behavior and reactions of the Pacific sardine, Sardinops caerulea (Girard), under the influence of white and colored lights and darkness. ( with Norman Grant). Proc. Calif. Acad. Sci., Fourth Ser., XXIX(15): 509-548, 23 figs. 1959

74. A breeding colony of the Asiaric dowitcher in Northern Manchuria. Abstracts of papers, XIII International Ornithological Congress, 1962, New York, June 17-24,1962:42.

75. "Bannikov, A.G., at el. The biology of the saiga antelope; Moscow, 1961, 466 pp" (In Russian). Reviewed in the Journal of Mammalogy, 44(3) 434, August 1963.

76. Behavior and natural reactions of the northern anchovy, Engraulis mordax Girard, under the influence of light of different wave lengths and intensities and total darkness. (with Norman Grant). Proc. Calif. Acad. Sci., Fourth Ser., XXXI(24):631-692, 11 figs. 1965

77. Experiments with trained dolphins in the open sea. Russkaia Zhizn, No. 5782, March 12, 1965.(In Russian).

78. Strange alliance (A story from the life of the Australian whalers), Russkaia Zhizn, No.5841, June 8, 1965.

79. Agency activities: California Academy of Sciences on experimental studies of responses of the Northern anchovy (Engreulis mordax) to light stimuli, and on food habits and feeding behavior of the same species. California Cooperative Oceanic Fisheries Investigations, Progress Report, XI, 1 July 1963 to 30 June 1966: 9.

80. Soviet Research Vessel, MICHAIL LOMONOSOV, in San Francisco. Russkaia Zhizn, Mo.6243, February 7, 1967. (In Russian).

81. With Orochons in Manchuria, "Pacific Discovery", XX(4):1-9, July-August, 1967, 19 figs.

82. On the diet and feeding behavior of the northern anchovy, Engreulis mordax (Girard). Proc. Cal. Acad. Sci., Fourth Ser., XXXVII(13):419-458, 8 figs, 9 tables 1970

83. Mongolian elements in mammalian fauna of Northern Manchuria (abstract). Abstracts of the First International Theriological Congress in Moscow, June , 1974 (In English and Russian).

84. Mongolian elements in mammalian fauna of Northern Manchuria (full text). '"Zoologicheskiy Zhurnal", 54(10):1578-1581, October 1975 (In Russian).

85. On biology of the market squid, Loligo opalescens, a contribution toward the knowledge of its food habits and feeding behavior. California Cooperative Oceanic Fisheries Investigations Reports, XVIII, 1 July 1973 to 30 June 1975, pp.109-111, 2 figs and 3 tables.

86. California Academy of Science (progress report for) July 1, 1975 thru June 30, 1976. (with Robert C. Miller). California Cooperative Oceanic Fisheries Investigations Reports XIX:6, October 1977.

87. Mammals found on the territory of Greater Harbin, Report of the Institute of Scientific Research, Manchoukuo, 1938 August.

88. New ornithological records and some observations upon the birds of North Manchuria. Manchuria Monitor, No.9:93-113, 5 text figs. 1934 (In Russian). 


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