Cedar Bog


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June, 2011
Updated July 10, 2011

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Key to symbols

* = copy on file in the Ohio Historical Society, Site Operations
B = copy at Cedar Bog
F = copy in Clara May Frederick Collection, Library,Ohio Historical Society
K = listed in King, Charles C., Frederick 1974b, but original not seen personally
M = copy in Florence Murdoch Collection, Library, Ohio Historical Society
U = copy in Champaign County Library, Urbana

The bibliography is arranged alphabetically. Click on a letter to go to the publications alphabetical by author.

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Adams, Chris. 1980.
Continued survey of the distribution of Morchella in Cedar Bog.Unpublished undergraduate report (Prof. Laux). Wittenberg University. Springfield, Ohio. 6 p. *. U.

Albrecht, Carl W. 1970.
Cedar Bog. A proposal for land acquisition. Unpublished. 6 p. + map.

Albrecht, Carl W. 1971.
An introduction to Cedar Bog State Memorial. Natural History Division, Ohio Historical Society, Natural History Information Series 2(2):1-5.

Albrecht, Carl W. 1972a.
A check list of the Rhopalocera (Insecta: Lepidoptera) of Cedar Bog State Memorial. Typewritten. 6 p. Dated 4 December.

Albrecht, Carl W. 1972b.
A check list of the Rhopalocera (butterflies and skippers) of Cedar Bog State Memorial. The Ohio Historical Society, Columbus, Ohio. Typewritten. 6 p. Dated 10 December.

K. Albrecht, Carl W.1973a.
On the boardwalk at Cedar Bog. Echoes 12(5):7.

Albrecht, Carl W. 1973b.
The ice age still with us.The Wonderful World of Ohio 35(2):20-23.

Albrecht, Carl W. 1974a.
The Lepidoptera of Cedar Bog Champaign County Ohio. I. An annotated check list of the Rhopalocera. Ohio Journal of Science 74(2):126-132.

Albrecht, Carl W. 1974b.
Lepidoptera of Cedar Bog. Ohio Biological Survey, Informative Circular No. 4. p. 43-45.

Albrecht, Carl W. 1989.
Cedar Bog at the Time of the First Surveys: 1802-1806. p. 6-10 IN Cedar Bog Symposium II. Proceedings from the meeting held November 14, 1987. (Glotzhober, Robert C., Anne Kochman, and William T. Schultz, eds.). Ohio Historical Society. Columbus, Ohio.

Alrutz, Robert W. 1961.
Notes and records of Ohio dragonflies and damselflies (Odonata). Ohio Journal of Science 61(1):13-24 (especially p. 17).

Andreas, Barbara K. and Jeffrey D. Knoop. 1992.
100 years of changes in Ohio peatlands. Ohio Journal of Science 92(5):130-138.

Antrim, Joshua. 1872.
The history of Champaign and Logan Counties, from their first settlement. Western Ohio Pioneer Association. Bellefontaine, Ohio. 460 p.

Aptekar, Rachel, and Peter Townsend. 1989.
Edaphic Factors Influencing Vegetational Distribution at Cedar Bog. p. 51-55 IN Cedar Bog Symposium II. Proceedings from the meeting held November 14, 1987. (Glotzhober, Robert C., Anne Kochman, and William T. Schultz, eds.). Ohio Historical Society. Columbus, Ohio.

Atwood, Burton H. 1970.
Environmental early-warning system--Cedar Bog, Ohio. Memorandum to Assistant to the Secretary for Program Planning and Coordination, U.S. Department of the Interior, from, Atwood, Regional Coordinator, Upper Mississippi-Western Great Lakes Area, U.S. Department of the Interior; dated 25 February 1970. 2 p. + map.

Audubon Society. (see National Audubon Society).

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Bailey, David. 1975.
The birds of Cedar Bog. Spring 1975. Ohio Historical Society, Natural History Department, Natural History Information Series 4(3):1-8.

Behrendt, Marc, Carol Houghton, Mark Schreiber, and Ken Wittenauer. 1976.
A field study of the massasauga rattlesnake population at Cedar Bog 1976. Unpublished undergraduate report (Prof. Laux). Wittenberg University. Springfield, Ohio. 20 p. *. U.

Blevins, Devorah. (see Davis, Cynthia Sue, & Blevins 1979).

Blincoe, Benedict J. 1967.
The birds of Dayton and the central Miami valley, Ohio. Ohio Biological Survey, Biological Notes No. 1. 144 p. + 2-p. bibliography (especially p. 36, 47).

Bock, James E. 1994.
A gravity investigation of the Cedar Bog Area, Champaign County, Ohio. M.S. thesis. Wright State University. Dayton, Ohio. x + 85 p.

Bogue, E. E. 1893.
Lichens of Ohio. Journal of the Cincinnati Society of Natural History 16(1):37-48.

Boker, Harriet N., and Charles R. Thomas. 1974.
Vegetation Patterns, Dynamics, and Soils Relative to Cedar Bog. Ohio Biological Survey, Informative Circular No. 4. p. 15-16.

Bolton, Michael J. 1992.
Chironomidae (Diptera) of Cedar Bog, Champaign County, Ohio. Ohio Journal of Science 92(5):147-152.

Boone, Cheryl. 1979.
Survey of the distribution of Morchella in Cedar Bog. Unpublished undergraduate report (Prof. Laux). Wittenberg University. Springfield, Ohio. 14 p. *. U.

Borror, Donald J. 1930.
Notes on the Odonata occurring in the vicinity of Silver Lake, Logan County, Ohio, from June 25 to September 1, 1930. Ohio Journal of Science 30(6):411-415.

Bowers, David L. 1972.
The Cedar Bog story. Ohio Department of Highways, Columbus, Ohio. 36 p. K.

Braun, E. Lucy. 1928.
Glacial and post-glacial plant migrations indicated by relic colonies of southern Ohio. Ecology 9(3):284-302 (especially p. 298, 299).

Braun, E. Lucy. 1950.
Deciduous forests of eastern North America. Hafner, New York. xiv + 596 p. (especially p. 321) (reprinted in 1964).

Braun, E. Lucy. 1961.
The woody plants of Ohio. Ohio State University Press. Columbus, Ohio. 362 p. (especially p. 31, 65) (reprinted in 1969 and 1974 by Macmillan [Hafner], New York).

Braun, E. Lucy, and Lynds Jones. 1926.
Ohio. IN Naturalist's guide to the Americas. edited by Victor E.Shelford. Williams and Wilkins. Baltimore, Maryland. p. 354-372 (especially p. 369).

Braun, E. Lucy, and Clara J. Weishaupt. 1967.
The Monocotyledoneae: Cat-tails to orchids. Ohio State University Press. Columbus, Ohio. viii + 464 p. (especially p. 192, 270).

Braun, Karl Leo. 1974.
Myxomycetes of Cedar Bog. Ohio Biological Survey, Informative Circular No. 4, p. 40-43. Braun, Karl L. (see also Keller, Harold W., Braun, Buben- Zurey 1989).

Briggs, Thomas V. 1972.
A survey of the algal flora, exclusive of the diatoms, of Cedar Bog, Champaign County, Ohio in relation to the condition of aquatic habitats. M.S. thesis. Ohio State University, Department of Botany. Columbus, Ohio, 130 p. *.

Brinkley, L. E. 1942.
The story of water cress in the Mad River and its tributaries. Ohio Departmentof Natural Resources, Division of Wildlife, Fish Management Section. 2 p. (unpublished report). K.

Brown, Clarence J. 1971.

Statement submitted to Wayne Aspinall to authorize establishment of the Cedar Swamp National Monument.

Brown, Clarence J. 1971.
Joint resolution to establish the Cedar Swamp National Monument. 92d Congress, 1st Session. H. J. Res. 301. 3 p. dated 8 February 1971.

Brown, William J. 1974.
Letter concerning Cedar Bog - U.S. Route 68 relocation to J. Phillip Richley, Director, Ohio Department of Transportation, from Brown, Attorney General of Ohio; dated 7 January 1974. Brucker, Roger W. (see Troutman, Denny, Brucker 1979). Buben-Zurey, Mary Jo. (see: Keller, Harold W., Braun, Buben-Zurey 1989; Keller, Whitney, & Buben-Zurey)

Burky, Albert J., and Daniel J. Hornbach. 1979.
Comparison of carbon and nitrogen content of infected and uninfected snails, Succinea ovalis, and the trematode Leucochloridium variae. Journal of Parasitology 65(3):371-374.

Burky, Albert J., Daniel J. Hornbach, and C. M. Way. 1981.
Growth of Pisidium casertanum (Poli) in west central Ohio. Ohio Journal of Science 81(1):41-44. (Pisidium is a pelecypod.)

Burky, Albert J. (see also Hornbach Burky 1977).

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Caldwell, John S. 1938.
The jumping plant-lice of Ohio (Homoptera: Chermidae). Ohio Biological Survey, Bulletin 34 (6[5]). p. 1-281 (especially p. 240).

Calhoun, John V. (see Shuey, Calhoun, Iftner 1987).

Cavender, Ted M., and Chris Yoder. 1974.
The Fishes of Cedar Bog--Past and Present. Ohio Biological Survey, Informative Circular No. 4. p. 24-29.

Cedar Bog Action Group. (no date). Draft resolution (regarding Cedar Bog). 1 page.

Cedar Bog Association. 1983 - date.

Cedar Bog Review. (on-going periodical).

Chambers, Todd, Bill Fairman, Paul Lytle, and Scott Raymond. 1975.
A field study of the migration, distribution, and population of the massasauga rattlesnake living at Cedar Bog. Unpublished undergraduate report (Prof. Laux). Wittenberg University. Springfield, Ohio. 16 p. + title-page. *. U.

Cheng Songlin. (see also: Clemens, Jerome, Benjamin Richard, and Songlin Cheng 1995 (31 August); Richard, Benjamin, and Songlin Cheng 1992.; Richard, Benjamin, and Songlin Cheng 1995a (31 August); Richard, Benjamin, and Songlin Cheng 1995b (31 August); and Richard, Benjamin, Songlin Cheng, and Jerome Clemens 1994 (6 September)).

Clark County Audubon Society. 1972a.
Cedar Bog report (including preliminary comments on environmental impact of the construction and operation of proposed highway 68). Clark County Audubon Society. Springfield, Ohio. ii + 43 p. + bibliography (2 p.).

Clark County Audubon Society. 1972b.
Cedar Bog report II. A compilation of additional information about Cedar Bog and the environmental impact of the construction and operation of the proposed U.S. Highway 68. Clark County Audubon Society. Springfield, Ohio. iii + 32 p. + Appendix A (94-p. list of the reported fauna and flora of Cedar Swamp) + Appendix B (20 p. on potential environmental impact of the project) + Appendix
C (8 p. of summaries of recent research projects at the Bog). (Accompanying this work was a one-page sheet entitled; Cedar Bog Report II Highlights.).

Clark County Audubon Society. 1973.
Highlights of ECC's Man and Cedar Bog. 1 p. (see Environment Control Corporation 1973a).

Clark County Audubon Society. (see also Goetz Nataraj).

Clark County Historical Society. 1944.
Cedar Swamp State Memorial resolution. Museum Echoes 17(11):94 (published by the Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Society. Columbus, Ohio).

Clemens, Jerome, Benjamin Richard, and Songlin Cheng. 1995 (31 August).
A study of the Impact of the Proposed Highway 68 on Cedar Bog. Final Report. Volume II: Climatologic Study. Submitted to Ohio Department of Transportation. p. 1v + 1-p. Executive summary + 116 p. *.

Cohen, Diana, and Peter Townsend. 1990.
Post Glacial Evolution of a Portion of Cedar Bog. Senior Project. Antioch College. Yellow Springs, Ohio. 7 p. + 19 pages of figures and appendix. *.

Collins, Gary B. (see Hufford Collins 1972a, 1972b, 1976).

Collins, Mike. 1976.
Study on the population and home range of the meadow vole, Microtus pennsylvanicus, as related to the massasauga rattlesnake, Sistrurus catenotus (sic). Unpublished undergraduate report (Prof. Laux). Wittenberg University. Springfield, Ohio. 17 p. *. U.

Collins, Scott. 1975a.
Background for a breeding bird census at Cedar Bog Nature Preserve. Unpublished undergraduate report (Prof. Laux). Wittenberg University. Springfield, Ohio. 21 p. *. U.

Collins, Scott. 1975b.
A breeding bird census at Cedar Bog Nature Preserve. Unpublished undergraduate report (Prof. Laux). Wittenberg University. Springfield, Ohio. 36 p. *. U.

*****Collins, Scott. 1977.
Tree species dynamics in the arbor vitae community of Cedar Bog, Champaign County, Ohio. M.S. thesis. Miami University, Department of Botany. Oxford, Ohio. *.

Collins, Scott L., Janice V. Perino, and John L. Vankat. 1982.
Woody vegetation and microtopography in the bog meadow association of Cedar Bog, a west-central Ohio fen. American Midland Naturalist 108(2):245-249.

Collins, Scott L., John L. Vankat, and Janice V. Perino. 1979.
Potential tree species dynamics in the arbor vitae association of Cedar Bog, a west-central Ohio

fen. Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club 106(4):290-298.

Conant, Roger. 1938.
The reptiles of Ohio. American Midland Naturalist 20(1):1-200 (especially p. 12, 52, 104, 114, 130, 131, 137).

Conant, Roger. 1951.
The reptiles of Ohio. University of Notre Dame Press. Notre Dame, Indiana. 284 p. (especially p. 12, 52, 104, 114, 130, 131, 137, 209, 259) (This is a reprint of Conant 1938, but with an addendum.).

Conn, Charles C. 1972.
Biological survey of the Mad River, Miami Conservancy District. Dayton, Ohio. 21 p. K.

Contrino, Charles Thomas. 1973.
Study of a buried valley in west central Ohio using seismic refraction and two-dimensional gravity model studies. M.S. thesis. Wright State University, Department of Geological Sciences. Dayton, Ohio. xii + 74 p.

Contrino, C. (see Richard, Contrino, King 1973).

Cooke, Wm. Bridge. 1974.
Fungi of the Cedar Bog Area. Ohio Biological Survey, Informative Circular No. 4. p. 31-35.

Cooper, Philip W., and William W. Owens. 1979.
Cause and effect analysis of distribution of Sistrurus catenatus catenatus in Cedar Bog, Champaign County Ohio. Unpublished undergraduate report. Miami University, Department of Zoology. Oxford, Ohio. 10 p. *. U.

*****Cusick, Allison W. 1986.
Cedar Bog State Memorial--1985. Vascular plant species. A preliminary report. Unpublished report.Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Division of Natural Areas and Preserves. Columbus, Ohio. 8 p. + appendices of maps.*. [McCormac, Cedar Bog Symposium III, cites a 1986 paper with almost the same title from ODNR that has 115 p.]

Cusick, Allison W. 1989.
A Review of State-listed Vascular Plant Species from Cedar Bog. p. 33-37 IN Cedar Bog Symposium II. Proceedings from the meeting held November 14, 1987. (Glotzhober, Robert C., Anne Kochman, and William T. Schultz, eds.). Ohio Historical Society. Columbus, Ohio.

Cusick, Allison W. (see also Snider, Jerry A., Cusick 1989).

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Dacek, Debbie A., Patricia A. Greenwald, and Ted W. Plattenburg. 1980.
Frequency and distribution of the eastern massasauga rattlesnake population at Cedar Bog: An assimilation of information from 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1979, and 1980. Unpublished undergraduate report (Prof. Laux). Wittenberg University. Springfield, Ohio. 14 p. *. U.

Dachnowski, Alfred. 1910.
A cedar bog in central Ohio. The Ohio Naturalist 11(1):193-199 (partial reprint: Ohio Biological Survey, Informative Circular No. 4. p. 55-59) (review: see Fuller 1911).

Dachnowski, Alfred. 1912.
Dallas Arbor Vitae Bog. p. 39-43 IN Peat deposits of Ohio. Their origin, formation and uses. Geological Survey of Ohio. 4th Series. Bulletin 16. (partial reprint: Ohio Biological Survey, Informative Circular No. 4, p. 55-59).

Davis, Cynthia Sue, and Deborah Blevins. 1979.
Singing males from The Boardwalk: A survey of the bird population in Cedar Bog Nature Preserve, Spring 1979. Unpublished undergraduate report (Prof. Laux). Wittenberg University. Springfield, Ohio. 4 p. + 5 unnumbered pages. *.

*****Davis, Jeffrey G., Ralph A. Pfingsten, and Doug Wynn. 1994.
A survey for the eastern massasauga rattlesnake in 1994. Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Division of Natural Areas and Preserves. Columbus, Ohio. 70 p. (cited by Davis, Jeffrey G., typescript for Cedar Bog Symposium III).

Davis, R. A. 1989.
Cedar Bog, Champaign County, Ohio: A Bibliography. p. 82-95 IN Cedar Bog Symposium II. Proceedings from the meeting held November 14, 1987. (Glotzhober, Robert C., Anne Kochman, and William T. Schultz, eds.). Ohio Historical Society. Columbus, Ohio.

Davis, R. A., and Paul Krusling. 1982.
Cedar Bog. Rattlesnake workshop. 10-page hand-out for workshop at the Bog conducted by the authors for the Ohio Historical Society on 17 April 1982. *.

DeKeyzer, R. 1995.
Line-Source Modeling of Pollutant Dispersion from a Proposed Highway near Cedar Bog. Part of an unpublished report of a Senior Honors Project. Wright State University, Department of Geological Sciences. Dayton, Ohio. (cited by Clemens, this volume).

deLanglade, R. A., and Robert Hyland. 1974.
Meadow Succession Adjacent to Cedar Bog. Ohio Biological Survey, Informative Circular No. 4. p. 48-51.

Denny, Guy L. (see Troutman, Denny, Brucker 1979).

Dobbins, Raymond Anson. 1937.
Vegetation of the northern Virginia Military Lands of Ohio. Ph.D. dissertation. Ohio State University. Columbus, Ohio. 160 p. (especially p. 94-100, 148). K.

Drees, Bastiaan M. 1982.
A checklist of horse flies and deerflies (Diptera: Tabanidae) of Cedar Bog, Champaign County, Ohio. Ohio Journal of Science 82(4):170-176.

Durrell, Richard H. 1970.
Inventory of natural features, Miami, Little Miami, Millcreek and Whiteoak basins. Dames Moore, Inc. Cincinnati, Ohio. for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. iii + 139 p. (especially p. 7). Durrell, Richard H. 1974.
Scientific facts for supporting the proposed eastern alternative route per new U.S. 68 beyond the railroad embankment east of Cedar Bog. 2-page compilation transmitted to Richard E. Moseley, jr., Chief of Ohio's Natural Areas Council.

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Eagon, Herb. 1973.
Memorandum. RE: Review of Cedar Bog report by ECC (ground-water portion only). 2-page memorandum about Environment Control Corporation 1973a to Richard E. Moseley, jr., Administrator, Natural Areas and Scenic Rivers Planning, Ohio Department of Natural Resources, from Eagon, Ground-water Inv. Sec., O.D.N.R., dated 16 March 1973.

Easterly, N. William. 1973a.
The interesting prairies of Ohio. The Nature Conservancy, Ohio Chapter Newsletter summer 1973. p. 4.

Easterly, N. William. 1973b.
Ohio natural areas, completed projects. The Nature Conservancy, Ohio Chapter. Columbus, Ohio. 22 p. K.

*****Elfner, Lynn Edward. 1971.
Evidence for the pre-historic existence of cedar, Juniperus, and Thuja, in relation to organic soils in Ohio. M.S. thesis. Ohio State University. Columbus, Ohio. 134 p. (especially p. 2, 61, 66). K.***date given as 1964 in Weller 1990***

Elfner, Lynn Edward. 1979.
The Bluegrass. p. 252-259 IN Ohio's Natural Heritage. (Michael B. Lafferty, ed.). Ohio Academy of Science. Columbus, Ohio. (especially p. 259).

Elfner, Lynn Edward, Ronald L. Stuckey, and Ruth W. Melvin. 1973.
A guide to the literature of Ohio's natural areas. Ohio Biological Survey, Informative Circular No. 3. vi + 56 p. (especially p. 8-10).

Ellis, D. W. (see Norris Ellis 1971).

Environment Control Corporation. 1971a.
Proposal to the State of Ohio, Dept. of Highways, for the evaluation of the environmental and ecological impact on Cedar Bog of implementing the construction of relocated State Route 68 at either of two alternate locations. Environment Control Corporation. Painesville, Ohio. 21 p. K.

Environment Control Corporation. 1971b.
Minutes. Scope of services meeting. Ohio Department of Highways. project--Cedar Bog. Meeting date--November 23, 1971. Environment Control Corporation. Painesville, Ohio. 6 p. + cover-letter from B. F. Everhart to Richard E. Moseley, jr. *.

Environment Control Corporation. 1973a.
Man and Cedar Bog. Projected effects of routing a highway near a boreal relict bog in central Ohio. Environment Control Corporation. Painesville, Ohio. x, I-1 - I-10, II-1 - II-11, III-1 - III-30, IV-1 - IV94, V-1 - V-15, VI-1 - VI-5, VII-1 - VII-9, VIII-1 - VIII-25, IX-1 - IX-16, X-1 - X-3, XI-1 - XI-42, XII (Appendix B [vascular plants, mosses, diatoms]), XIII (glossary), XIV (comments by interested agencies, discussion of comments), and (?XV?) air quality analysis. (prepared for the Ohio Department of Transportation, Division of Highways). *. U. (A preliminary report was distributed for review 14 February 1973; *.) (A two-page Faunal survey addendum on fish was issued 29 January 1974 by E. J. Schaefer, Engineer of Roadway Design, Ohio Department of Transportation. U.) (see also: Eagon 1973, Moseley 1973, Nye 1973.).

Environment Control Corporation. 1973b.
Appendix A of Man and Cedar Bog. Projected effects of routing a highway near a boreal relict bog in central Ohio. Environment Control Corporation. Painesville, Ohio. for the Ohio Department of Transportation, Division of Highways. 222 p. (see also Gilbert 1972).

Environment Control Corporation. [1973c].
Man and Cedar Bog. A generalized report of the projected effects of routing a highway near a natural landmark. Ohio Department of Transportation, Department of Highways. Columbus, Ohio. title-page + 16 unnumbered pages. (Document bears no date, but the copy we've seen was mailed in 1973.). U.

Environment Control Corporation. (see also: Ohio Department of Highways 1972, Ohio Historical Society 1973).

Evans, Walter Brigham, jr. 1944. (see Tatum 1944).

Everhart, B. F. (see Environment Control Corporation 1971b).

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Fairman, Bill. (see Chambers, Fairman, Lytle, Raymond 1975).

Feulner, Alvin J. 1960.
Ground-water resources of Champaign County, Ohio. Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Division of Water. Columbus, Ohio. in cooperation with U.S. Geological Survey, vii + 111 p. (There is a problem with the pagination in this work. The last page is numbered 124, but seems to be, in fact, p. 111, and numbers on the pages in the latter part of the work do not match those given in the table of contents.) (see also Goldthwait 1960).

Feulner, Alvin J. 1961.
Cyclic-fluctuation methods for determining permeability as applied to valley-train deposits in the Mad River valley in Champaign County, Ohio. Ohio Journal of Science 61(2):99-106.

Feulner, Alvin J., and John H. Hubble. 1960.
Strontium in waters of Champaign County, Ohio. Economic Geology 55(1):176-186.
Fink, Bruce, and C. Audrey Richards. 1915. The Ascomycetes of Ohio, II. The Collemaceae. Ohio Biological Survey, Bulletin 5 (2[1]). p. 35-71 (especially p. 47, 55).

*****Fleming, V. 1986.
Cedar Swamp in 1914. Unpublished manuscript [Jaworski, 1993, p. 63.]

Forsyth, Jane L. 1956.
The glacial geology of Logan and Shelby Counties, Ohio. Ph.D. dissertation. Ohio State University. Columbus, Ohio. 207 p. (Mad River geology, p. 155-168). K. Forsyth, Jane L. 1963. Cedar Swamp--geologic setting. Typewritten page dated 19 December. *.

Forsyth, Jane L. 1966.
Cedar Swamp. Typewritten page dated 5 December.

Forsyth, Jane L. 1974a.
Ohio's legacy from the great glaciers. The Nature Conservancy, Ohio Chapter Newsletter Winter 1974:3-4. K.

Forsyth, Jane L. 1974b.
Geologic conditions essential for the perpetuation of Cedar Bog, Champaign County, Ohio. Ohio Journal of Science 74(2):116-125.

Forsyth, Jane L. 1974c.
The Hydrologic Conditions That Maintain Cedar Bog. Ohio Biological Survey, Informative Circular No. 4, p. 12-14.

Forsyth, Jane L. 1979.
Till plains. p. 198-213 IN Ohio's Natural Heritage. (Michael B. Lafferty, ed.). Ohio Academy of Science. Columbus, Ohio. (especially p. 206, 207).

Francis, Donna. 1976.
Some medicinal plants of Cedar Bog. Ohio Historical Society, Natural History Department, Natural History Information Series 5(2):1-16.

Franks, Roscoe W. 1928a.
A Champaign County heronry. Ohio State Museum Science Bulletin 1(1):36-39. Franks, Roscoe W. 1928b.
A long-eared owl's nest. Ohio State Museum Science Bulletin 1(1):79.

Franks, Roscoe W. 1931.
Vertebrate fauna of the Dallas Arbor Vitae Bog (Cedar Swamp). M.S. thesis. Ohio State University. Columbus, Ohio. 81 unnumbered pages + bibliography. *.

Franson, John L. (see Reed 1972).

Frederick, Clara May. 1964.
Natural history study of the flora of Cedar Swamp. I. The bog meadow. M.S. thesis. Ohio State University, Department of Botany and Plant Pathology. Columbus, Ohio. 102 p. *.

Frederick, Clara May. 1967.
A natural history study of the vascular flora of Cedar Bog, Champaign County, Ohio. Ph.D. dissertation. Ohio State University, Department of Botany. Columbus, Ohio. ix + 241 p. *.

Frederick, Clara May. 1968.
Key to some mosses found in Champaign County, Ohio. Urbana University. Urbana, Ohio. 3 p. unpublished). K.

Frederick, Clara May. 1971.
Cedar Swamp Nature Preserve. Ohio Woodlands/Conservation in Action. 9(2):13-14.

Frederick, Clara May. 1974a.
A natural history study of the vascular flora of Cedar Bog, Champaign County, Ohio. Ohio Journal of Science 74(2):65-116.

Frederick, Clara May. 1974b.
Disjunct Plant Species in Cedar Bog. Ohio Biological Survey, Informative Circular No. 4, p. 16-20.

Frederick, Clara May. (no date).
Species not previously reported in Cedar Swamp, Champaign County. 4 typewritten pages. (in library of Ronald L. Stuckey). K.

Frederick, Clara May. (see also King, Charles C., Frederick 1974a, 1974b).

Fuller, Geo. D. 1911.
A Cedar bog in Ohio. Botanical Gazette 52(5):416. (review of Dachnowski 1910).

Furtos, Norma C. 1933.
The Ostracoda of Ohio. Ohio Biological Survey, Bulletin 29 (5[6]). p. 413-524 (especially p. 463). Gaufin,

Arden R. 1958.
The effects of pollution on a midwestern stream. Ohio Journal of Science 58(4):197-208.

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*****Gerdt, Cheryl, and Joe McDonough. 1979.
The population of barred owls, Strix varia, in Cedar Bog. Unpublished undergraduate report (Prof. Laux). Wittenberg University. Springfield, Ohio. ???p. *.

Giesy, Robert M. (see McQueen Giesy 1975).

Gilbert, Gareth E. 1972a.
Frequency and structure of temperature inversions, Cedar Bog, Ohio. Ohio State University Research Foundation. Columbus, Ohio. RF Project 3534-A1. Report no. 1. 310 p. (issued as part of appendix A of Environment Control Corporation 1973a). *.

Gilbert, Gareth E. 1972b.
Ohio State University field trip to Cedar Bog file--selected notes: (l) check list of some of the Gecologically important plants of the Dallas Arbor Vitae Bog (Cedar Swamp) by R. B. Gordon (1930) and Marl Meadow Notes, and (2) characteristic species of Cedar Swamp, some contrasts in the floristic composition of two central Ohio bogs II. Cedar Bog (Dallas Bog, Cedar Swamp). Columbus, Ohio. 14 p. K.

Gilbert, Gareth E., and Ralph W. Hennen. 1974.
Frequency and Structure of Temperature Inversions in Cedar Bog. Ohio Biological Survey, Informative Circular No. 4, p. 14-15.

Gilligan, John J. (see Richley 1974).

Glotzhober, Robert C. 1984.
Spotted turtle population decreasing at Cedar Bog. Echoes 23(10). (published by the Ohio Historical Society).

Glotzhober, Robert C. 1989.
Fifty Years of Habitat Changes at Cedar Bog. p. 11-22 IN Cedar Bog Symposium II. Proceedings from the meeting held November 14, 1987. (Glotzhober, Robert C., Anne Kochman, and William T. Schultz, eds.).

Ohio Historical Society. Columbus, Ohio. Glotzhober, Robert C., and Terry Jaworski. 1985.
Cedar Bog management plan. Addendum. March 1985. Ohio Natural Areas Council, 19 March 1985. 8p. *. (The proposed addendum was transmitted from Glotzhober to Richard E. Moseley, jr., on 21 February.).

Glotzhober, Robert C., Anne Kochman, and William T. Schultz, editors. 1989.
Cedar Bog Symposium II. Ohio Historical Center. Columbus, Ohio. November 14, 1987 (Proceedings from the Meeting). Ohio Historical Society. Columbus, Ohio. 95 p.

Glotzhober, Robert C. (see also Jaworski, Glotzhober, Schultz 1982).

Goetz, Tim, and Shailaja Nataraj. 1972.
Report on Cedar Bog for the Clark County Audubon Society. 46 p.(unpublished).

Goldthwait, Richard P. 1960.
Map of Champaign County, Ohioshowing distribution of the glacial deposits. IN Feulner 1960. figure 7 (p. 31). K.

Goldthwait, Richard P. (see also Quinn, Michael J., Richard P. Goldthwait 1979).

Gordon, Robert B. 1969.
The natural vegetation of Ohio in pioneer days. Ohio Biological Survey, Bulletin, new series, 3(2). xi + 109 p. (especially p. 65-66, 69).

Gordon, R. B. 1930 (see Gilbert 1972b).

Greenwald, Patricia A. (see Dacek, Greenwald, Plattenburg 1980).

Gsell, Timothy C. 1994.
Bacterial activity and biomass in alkaline fen sediments: Seasonal field and laboratory studies. Ph.D. thesis. University of Dayton. Dayton, Ohio. ix + 139 p. B.

*****Gsell, Timothy C., Cheryl S. Tanksy, and Roy M. Ventullo. 1992.
Nutrient limitation of bacterial growth in alkaline wetland discharge zones. Abstracts of the General Meeting of the American Society of Microbiology. New Orleans. B.

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Hawkins, Jeanne. 1972.
Exploratory report on Cedar Bog for Ohio Environmental Council. 248 Old West Wilson Bridge Road, Worthington, Ohio 43085. 9 p. (mimeographed). *.

Hedeen, Stanley E. (no date).
Trip to Cedar Bog and Clifton Gorge. 10 p. + 2 maps + 1 cross-section (ditto hand-out for field-trip for students of Xavier University. Cincinnati, Ohio).

Hennen, Ralph W. (see Gilbert Hennen 1974).

Herdendorf, Charles E., and David H. Stansbery, editors. 1973.
Environmental analysis of the Paint Creek Lake project. Center for Lake Erie Area Research and Museum of Zoology, Ohio State University. Columbus, Ohio. Prepared for the Department of the Army, Corps of Engineers, Huntington District. 647 p. (especially p. 170).

K. Herrick, J. Arthur. 1965.
The Natural Areas Project. A summary of data to date. 28 p. (mimeographed) (Cedar Swamp is on page 9; there is an even older version, dated 1962.).

Herrick, J. Arthur. 1974.
The Natural Areas Project. A summary of data to date. Ohio Biological Survey, Informative Circular No. 1. iv + 60 p. (especially p. 12).

Heseltine, Donn, and Rick Scott. 1974.
A study of the population and distribution of the eastern massasauga rattlesnake. Unpublished undergraduate report (Prof. Laux). Wittenberg University. Springfield, Ohio. 14 p. *. U.

Hicks, Lawrence E. 1935.
Distribution of the breeding birds of Ohio. Ohio Biological Survey, Bulletin 32 (6[3]). p. 125-190 (especially p. 155).

Hicks, Lawrence E. (no date).
A check-list of vascular plants of Cedar Bog, Champaign County, Ohio which are of interest to students of local flora and ecology (numbers and nomenclature from Schaffner's revised catalogue of Ohio vascular plants [1932]). 12-page manuscript. Ohio State University. Columbus, Ohio. K.

Hill, Franklin C. 1878.
Report on the geology of Champaign County. Report of the Geological Survey of Ohio v. III, part I. p. 491-495.

Hillman, Douglas L. 1987.
An analysis of the Cedar Bog hydrologic system through the use of a three-dimensional groundwater flow model. M.S. thesis.Wright State University. Department of Geological Sciences. Dayton, Ohio. x + 156 p.

Hillman, Douglas L., and Galen Kenoyer. 1989.
An Analysis of the Cedar Bog Hydrologic System through Use of a Three-dimensional Groundwater Flow Model. p. 65-74 IN Cedar Bog Symposium II. Proceedings from the meeting held November 14, 1987. (Glotzhober, Robert C., Anne Kochman, and William T. Schultz, eds.). Ohio Historical Society. Columbus, Ohio.

Hillman, Douglas. (see also Kenoyer Hillman 1989).

Hoover, Stephen Patrick. 1976.
A detailed gravity survey of the Cedar Bog area, Ohio. M.S. thesis. Wright State University. Department of Geological Sciences. Dayton, Ohio. x + 113 p. (reproduced as Wright State University. Department of Geology, Technical Report Series, Report Number 7602 SH. x + 112 p., dated 1975. *).

Hornbach, Daniel J., and Albert J. Burky. 1977.
Energy content of parasitized (trematode) and non-parasitized Succinea ovalis (Gastropoda:Pulmonata, Trematoda:Leucochloridiidae). American Malacological Union Rep. Bull. 42:51.

Hornbach, Daniel J. (see also: Burky Hornbach 1979 and Burky, Hornbach, Way 1981).

Houghton, Carol. (no date, apparently 1975).
Mosses seen from the Boardwalk of Cedar Bog. Unpublished undergraduate report Prof. Laux). Wittenberg University. Springfield, Ohio. iii + 16 p. *. U.

Houghton, Carol. (see also Behrendt, Houghton, Schreiber, Wittenauer 1976).

Hufford, Terry L. 1972.
Analyses of seasonal and areal distribution patterns of diatom taxa of Cedar Bog, Champaign County, Ohio. Ph.D. dissertation. Ohio State University. Department of Botany. Columbus, Ohio. 145 p. *.

Hufford, Terry L., and Gary B. Collins. 1972a.
The freshwater diatom Cymbella cursiformis nom. nov. Journal of Phycology 8(2):184-187.

Hufford, Terry L., and Gary B. Collins. 1972b.
Some morphological variations in the diatom Cymbella cistula. Journal of Phycology 8(2):192-195.

Hufford, Terry L., and Gary B. Collins. 1976.
Distribution patterns of diatoms in Cedar Run. Ohio Journal of Science 76(4):172-184.

Hyland, Robert. (see deLanglade Hyland 1974).

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Iftner, David C. (see Shuey, Calhoun, Iftner 1987).

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Janssens, A. 1964.
A contribution to the Pleistocene geology of Champaign County, Ohio. M.S. thesis. Ohio State University. Columbus, Ohio. 96 p. K.

Jaworski, Terry. 1993.
The management of a 4.04 hectare field for Sistrurus catenatus catenatus, the massasauga rattlesnake, at Cedar Bog, Chamapaign County, Ohio. p. 60-63 IN International Symposium and Workshop on the Conservation of the Eastern Massasauga Rattlesnake Sistrurus catenatus catenatus, MetroTorontoZoo, May 8-9, 1992 (Bob Johnson and Vi Menzies, eds.). Metro Toronto Zoo. West Hill, Ontario, Canada.

Jaworski, Terry, Bob Glotzhober, and Bill Schultz. 1982.
Cedar Bog management plan. Addendum. Ohio Natural Areas Council, 14 December 1982. 14 p. *.

Jaworski, Terry. (see also: Glotzhober Jaworski 1985, Schultz Jaworski 1978).

Johnson, Dorothy M. 1935.
Leafhoppers of Ohio, Subfamily Typhlocybinae (Homoptera:Cicadellidae). Ohio Biological Survey, Bulletin 31 (6[2]). p. 39-122. (especially p. 46, 59, 63, 67, 68, 72, 73, 76, 83, 86, 89, 92, 96, 99, 100, 110, 113, 113, 115).

Johnson, Gene O. [1969].
Cedar Swamp, Champaign 68-2.50, Sec. 31 32--Urbana Twp., Champaign County, Ohio. Ohio Department of Highways, Aerial Engineering Section. 37 p. (spirit-duplicated). *. (Paper bears no date; given as 1969 by King, Charles C., Frederick 1974b.).

Johnson, Larry E. (see Tyrawski Johnson 1970).

Johnson, Minnie M. 1930.
The herbarium of M. G. Williams, a pioneer botanist of Ohio (abstract). Proceedings of the Ohio Academy of Science 8(7):391-392.

Jones, Clyde H. 1941.
Studies in Ohio floristics. I. Vegetation of Ohio bogs. American Midland Naturalist 26(3):674-689 (especially p. 678, 683).

Jones, Lynds. (see Braun, E. Lucy, Jones 1926).

Justice, J. Matthew. 1994.
A Hydrostratigraphic Analysis of the Shallow Subsurface at Cedar Bog, Champaign County, Ohio. M.S. thesis. Wright State University. Dayton, Ohio. vii + 64 p.

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Keferl, Eugene P. 1969.
Some Mollusca of Cedar Bog, Champaign County, Ohio. American Malacological Union, Annual Reports for 1969. p. 14-16.

Keferl, Eugene P. 1972.
A preliminary report on the Mollusca of Cedar Bog, Champaign County, Ohio. 2 p. (typewritten).

Keferl, Eugene P. 1974.
Terrestrial Mollusca of Cedar Bog. Ohio Biological Survey, Informative Circular No. 4. p. 46-48.

Keferl, Eugene P. 1975.
An ecological study of the Mollusca of the Cedar Bog Nature Sanctuary, Champaign Co., Ohio. Ph.D. dissertation. Ohio State University, Department of Entomology and Zoology.
Columbus, Ohio. 299 p. *.

Keller, Harold W., Karl L. Braun, and Mary Joe Buben-Zurey. 1989.
Corticolous Myxomycetes from Cedar Bog: New Records. p. 38-39 IN Cedar Bog Symposium II. Proceedings from the meeting held November 14, 1987. (Glotzhober, Robert C., Anne Kochman, and William T. Schultz, eds.).

Ohio Historical Society. Columbus, Ohio. Keller, Harold W., Kenneth D. Whitney, and Mary Jo Buben-Zurey. 1986. Corticolous myxomycetes. IX. Two species of Arcyria, one new, one old. Mycologia 78(3):432-438. (see p. 433).

Kellerman, W. A., and Wm. C. Werner. 1893.
Catalogue of Ohio plants. Report of the Geological Survey of Ohio v. 7, pt. 2. p. 56-406.

Kellerman, W. A., and E. M. Wilcox. 1895.
First list of plants of Cedar Swamp, Champaign County, Ohio. Ohio State Academy of Science, Third Annual Report. p. 27-28.

Kenoyer, Galen, and Douglas Hillman. 1989.
Hydrogeologic Studies in Cedar Bog. p. 75-82 IN Cedar Bog Symposium II. Proceedings from the meeting held November 14, 1987. (Glotzhober, Robert C., Anne Kochman, and William T. Schultz, eds.).

Ohio Historical Society. Columbus, Ohio. Kenoyer, Galen, and Kenneth F. Kramer. 1987. Final Report.
An investigation of the hydrologic system of the Cedar Bog area. May 6, 1987. Unpublished report from the Ohio Historical Society to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources. 18 p. + 14-p. appendix. Kenoyer 1989, Ricketts, Kenoyer, Kramer 1989).

King, Alan D. 1973.
Use of a computer analysis in interpreting gravity anomalies in glacial terrain. M.S.T. thesis. Wright State University, Department of Geological Sciences. Dayton, Ohio. iii + 48 p.

King, Alan D. (see Richard, Contrino, King 1973).

King Charles C. 1974.
Preface (to Cedar Bog Symposium volume). Ohio Biological Survey, Informative Circular No. 4. p. v-vi.

King, Charles C. 1989.
Cooperation . p. 4-5 IN Cedar Bog Symposium II. Proceedings from the meeting held November 14, 1987. (Glotzhober, Robert C., Anne Kochman, and William T. Schultz, eds.).

Ohio Historical Society. Columbus, Ohio. King, Charles C., and Clara May Frederick, editors. 1974a.
Cedar Bog Symposium. Urbana College. November 3, 1973. Ohio Biological Survey, Informative Circular No. 4. viii + 71 p.

King, Charles C., and Clara May Frederick. 1974b.
A Cedar Bog Bibliography. Ohio Biological Survey, Informative Circular No. 4. p. 66-71.

Knull, Josef N. 1946.
The long-horned beetles of Ohio (Coleoptera:Cerambycidae). Ohio Biological Survey, Bulletin 39 (7[4]). p. 133-354 (especially p. 197, 207).

Koenig, Ed. (see Wells Koenig 1977).

Kochman, Anne. (see Glotzhober, Kochman, Schultz 1989).

Kosztarab, Michael. 1963.
The armored scale insects of Ohio (Homoptera: Coccoidea: Diaspididae). Ohio Biological Survey Bulletin, new series, 2(2). vii + 120 p. (especially p. 64, 86).

Kramer, Kenneth F. (see also: Kenoyer Kramer 1987, Ricketts, Kenoyer, Kramer 1989).

Krusling, Paul. (see Davis, R. A., Krusling 1982).

Kuntz, Charles S. 1974.
Ice-lens mounds, Cedar Bog, Champaign County, Ohio. Ohio Journal of Science 74(2):133-139.

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Laux, Louis J., jr., and Gregory C. Tuke. 1974.
Preliminary Studies of the Eastern Massasauga in Cedar Bog. Ohio Biological Survey, Informative Circular No. 4. p. 52-54.

Linnabary, Tim. 1977.
A census of the Clemmys guttata population of the west branch of Cedar Run. Unpublished undergraduate report (Prof. Laux). Wittenberg University. Springfield, Ohio. 5 p. *. U.

Lovich, Jeffrey E. 1984.
The status of the spotted turtle at Cedar Bog State Memorial. 32-page report prepared for the Ohio Historical Society. Columbus, Ohio. *.

Lovich, Jeffrey E. 1985.
The spotted turtles of Cedar Bog: A population in decline. Unpublished report for the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Division of Natural Areas and Preserves. 49 p. *.

Lovich, Jeff. 1989.
The spotted turtles of Cedar Bog: Historical analysis of a declining population. p. 23-28 IN Cedar Bog Symposium II. Proceedings from the meeting held November 14, 1987. (Glotzhober, Robert C., Anne Kochman, and William T. Schultz, eds.).

Ohio Historical Society. Columbus, Ohio. Lovich, Jeffrey E. and Terrance R. Jaworski. 1988.
Annotated Checklist of Amphibians and Reptiles Reported from Cedar Bog, Ohio. Ohio Journal of Science. 88(4):139-143.

Lubner, Katherine Elizabeth. 1974.
A trace element study of ferric hydroxide produced by iron oxidizing bacteria. M.S. thesis. Wright State University. Dayton, Ohio. viii + 59 p. *.

Lytle, Paul E. (no date).
Massasauga rattlesnake independent study. Unpublished undergraduate report (Prof. Laux). Wittenberg University. Springfield, Ohio. two versions (4 unnumbered pages; 8 unnumbered pages). *.

Lytle, Paul. (see also Chambers, Fairman, Lytle, Raymond 1975).

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Macarevitch, Roger L. 1988.
A shallow seismic reflection investigation of a portion of the buried Teays River valley, Champaign County, Ohio. M.S. thesis. Wright State University. Department of Geological Sciences. Dayton, Ohio. x + 87 p.

MacMahon, James A. 1962.
Notes on some Ohio lizards. Ohio Journal of Science 62(1):35-38 (especially p. 37).

Marienthal, George. 1971.
(review of draft environmental impact statement for the proposed U.S. 68 relocation). 3 p.+ 2 attachments + cover-letter to George J. Thormyer, Deputy Director, Division of Design and Construction, Ohio Department of Highways, from Marienthal, Acting Director, Office of Federal Activities, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, dated 20 October 1971.

*****Marion, Jeffrey L. 1979.
A successional study of Cedar Bog. Unpublished undergraduate report (Prof. deLanglade). Wittenberg University. Springfield, Ohio. *.

Marion, Jeffrey, Gary Morgan, Charlie Soltoff, and Kathy Thompson. 1977.
A field study of the population and distribution of the massasauga rattlesnake at Cedar Bog 1977. Unpublished undergraduate report (Prof. Laux). Wittenberg University. Springfield, Ohio. 22 p. *. U.

Martin, C. P. (see Pearson, T. Gilbert, 1932).

McCormac, James S. 1994.
Additions to the Flora of Cedar Bog, Champaign County, Ohio. Ohio Journal of Science 94(1):29-30.

McCormac, James S., and Jennifer L. Windus. 1991 (25 January).
Summary of Monitoring and Research Activities at Cedar Bog State Memorial - 1990. 18 p. + 20-p. Appendix (with 2-p. letter of transmittal to Terry Jaworski, dated 30 January 1991, from Richard E. Moseley, jr.). *.

McCormac, James S., and Jennifer L. Windus. 1993.
1992 Summary of monitoring and research activities at Cedar Bog State Memorial. Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Natural Areas and Preserves. Columbus, Ohio. 9 p. + appendices (many unnumbered pages; whole item is plastic-spiral-bound and is about 1.3 cm thick).

McCormac, James S., and Jennifer L. Windus. 1994 (7 March).
Summary of monitoring and research activities at Cedar Bog State Memorial. 10 numbered pages + mass of unnumbered pages of appendices, some bound with report and others clipped together separately. (+ letter of transmittal to Robert Glotzhober from Ralph E. Ramey, dated 10 March 1994). *.

McDonough, Joe. (see Gerdt McDonough 1979).

McGill, Noel Roderick. 1973.
A comparison of the vascular plant flora of two lakes in northern Champaign County, Ohio. M.S. thesis. Ohio State University, Department of Botany. Columbus, Ohio. iv + 59 p. *.

McQueen, Cyrus B., and Robert M. Giesy. 1975.
Comparison of the present and past bryophyte flora of Cedar Bog. Ohio Journal of Science 75(4):188-190.

Melvin, Ruth W. 1971.
A guide to Ohio outdoor education areas. Ohio Department of Natural Resources and the Ohio Academy of Science. Columbus, Ohio. XI + 143 p. (especially p. 115).

Melvin, Ruth W. (see also Elfner, Stuckey, Melvin 1973).

*****Menders, Karen J. 1974.
The spider fauna of two habitats of Cedar Bog, Champaign Co., Ohio. M.S. thesis. Ohio State University, Department of Entomology. Columbus, Ohio. *.

Metzler, Eric H. 1989.
The Lepidoptera of Cedar Bog II. A Check List of Moths (in Part) of Cedar Bog. p. 29-32 IN Cedar Bog Symposium II. Proceedings from the meeting held November 14, 1987. (Glotzhober, Robert C., Anne Kochman, and William T. Schultz, eds.).

Ohio Historical Society. Columbus, Ohio. Middleton, Evan P., editor. 1917.
History of Champaign County, Ohio its people, industries and institutions. B. F. Bowen. Indianapolis, Indiana. 2 vols. (1161 p. + 1067 p.).

Morgan, Gary. (see Marion, Morgan, Soltoff, Thompson 1977).

Moseley, Richard E., jr. 1971.
Memorandum to William B. Nye re Cedar Bog. Ohio Department of Natural Resources. Columbus, Ohio. dated 22 February 1971. K.

Moseley, Richard E., jr. 1973.
Memorandum. Subject: Cedar Bog. 5-page memorandum about Environment Control Corporation 1973a to James Schafer, Deputy Director, Ohio Department of Natural Resources, from Moseley, Administrator, Natural Areas and Scenic Rivers Planning, O.D.N.R., dated 27 March 1973.

Moseley, Richard E., jr., and Ralph E. Ramey. 1979.
Preserving the heritage. p. 304-313 IN Ohio's Natural Heritage. (Michael B. Lafferty, ed.). Ohio Academy of Science. Columbus, Ohio.(especially p. 306-307).

Moseley, Richard E., and Stephen D. Warner. [1972].
Cedar Bog meeting--July 21, 1972. 4-page minutes of meeting + attendance list, typewritten. (Moseley and Warner were from the Natural Areas and Scenic Rivers Branch, Ohio Department of Natural Resources; the others attending the meeting were from Environment Control Corporation, the Ohio Department of Highways, O.D.N.R., etc.).

Moseley, Richard E., jr. (see also: Eagon 1973, Environment Control Corporation 1971b, Glotzhober Jaworski 1985).

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Nataraj, Shailaja. (see Goetz Nataraj 1972).

National Audubon Society and Ohio Audubon Council. 1971.
Environmental impact analysis of the proposed impact of U.S.Hwy. 68 on Cedar Bog near Urbana in Champaign County, Ohio. 11 unnumbered pages (typewritten).

National Audubon Society. (see also Reed 1972).

Nature Conservancy, Ohio Chapter. 1973.
Resolution opposing the routing of U.S. 68 on the western alternative route adjacent to Cedar Bog Nature Preserve. The Nature Conservancy, Ohio Chapter. Columbus, Ohio. 2 p.

Nature Conservancy, Ohio Chapter. 1974.
Resolution commending the official action to protect Cedar Bog Nature Preserve and calling for assurances that this protection be permanent. The Nature Conservancy, Ohio Chapter. Columbus, Ohio. 1p.

Nave, Floyd, et al. 1956.
The natural environment of the Springfield area. Guide to thirty-first annual field conference of the Section of Geology combined with the Sections of Plant Science and Conservation of the Ohio Academy of Science April 21 1956. 17 p. (especially p. 16-17).

Neese, Michael Charles. 1978.
Delineation of the bedrock topography of Champaign County, Ohio using the gravity-geologic method. M.S. thesis. Wright State University, Department of Geological Sciences. Dayton, Ohio. ix + 84 p.

Nelson, James A. 1895.
Preliminary list of the birds of Champaign County. Ohio State Academy of Science, 3rd Annual Report. p. 16-17.

Niemczyk, Harry D. (see Wegner Niemczyk 1979).

Norris, S. E., and D. W. Ellis. 1971.
Reconnaissance of Cedar Bog, Champaign County, Ohio. August 18, 1972. 4 p. + map (spirit-duplicated). *. U.

Norris, Stanley Eugene, and Herbert Cecil Spicer. 1958.
Geological and geophysical study of the preglacial Teays valley in west-central Ohio. U.S. Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper 1460-E. p. i-iii + 199-232.

Nouse, Douglas, and Gregory Tuke. 1972.
A study of the massasauga rattle snake in Cedar Bog. Unpublished undergraduate report (Prof. Laux). Wittenberg University. Springfield, Ohio. iv + 15 p. *. U.

Novotny, Bill, and Peg Smith. 1972.
Study of Cedar Bog butterflies. Unpublished undergraduate report (Prof. Laux). Wittenberg University. Springfield, Ohio. i + 17 p. *. U.

Nye, William B. 1973.
(letter about Environment Control Corporation 1973a to J. Phillip Richley, Director, Ohio Department of Transportation, from Nye, Director, Ohio Department of Natural Resources, dated 13 June 1973). 7 p. U.

Nye, William B. 1974.
Memorandum. Subject: Cedar Bog. 2-page memorandum to J. Phillip Richley, Director, Ohio Department of Transportation, from Nye, Director, Ohio Department of Natural Resources, dated 11 February 1974.

Nye, William B. (see also Moseley 1971).

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Ohio Academy of Science. (see Nave et al. 1956).

Ohio Audubon Council. (see National Audubon Society Ohio Audubon Council 1971).

Ohio Department of Highways. 1971(?).
Department of Transportation. Federal Highway Administration. Draft. Environmental impact statement. Pursuant to Section 102(2)(c), P.L. 19-90. For projects CHP-68-0.19 and CHP-68-6.42. 10 p. + location map + letter dated 14 January 1971 from Daniel R. Porter to George J. Thormyer + Notice of Federal-aid highway project + 2 Report for needed project.

Ohio Department of Highways. 1972.
Scope of service meeting. Minutes. CHP-68-0.19. Cedar Bog. 8 pages + 2-page cover-letter from E. J. Schaefer, Engineer of Location Design, Ohio Department of Highways, to Environment Control Corporation; minutes and letter dated 3 February 1972. (see also Environment Control Corporation 1971b.).

Ohio Department of Highways. (see also: Environment Control Corporation 1971a, 1971b, 1973c; Johnson, Gene O.; Marienthal 1971).

Ohio Department of Transportation. (see: Environment Control Corporation 1973b, 1973c; Porter 1974; Richley).

Ohio Environmental Council. (see Hawkins 1972).

Ohio Historical Society. 1973.
Staff report. Environment Control Corporation's report. MAN AND CEDAR BOG. 7 p. (dated 13 April 1973). U. (see Environment Control Corporation 1973a).

Ohio Historical Society. (see also Porter 1974, Stansbery, 1972c).

Ohio Natural Areas Council. 1973.
A resolution opposing the routing of US 68 on the western alternative route adjacent to Cedar Bog Nature Preserve. David A. Rigney, Chairman; Bert L. Szabo, Secretary. Adopted Dec. 7, 1973. Ohio Natural Areas Council. Columbus, Ohio. 2 p. K.

Ohio Natural Areas Council. (see also Glotzhober Jaworski 1985).

Osborn, Herbert. 1938.
The Fulgoridae of Ohio. Ohio Biological Survey, Bulletin 35 (6[6]). p. 283-357 (especially p. 328). Osborn, Herbert. 1940. The Membracidae of Ohio. Ohio Biological Survey, Bulletin 37 (7[2]). p. 51-101 (especially p. 63,98).

Ostrander, Stephen. 1994.
Natural Acts: Ohio. Orange Frazier Press. Wilmington, Ohio.

Owens, William W. (see Cooper Owens 1979).

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Parker, Karl. 1979.
Distribution of the northern maidenhair fern Adiantum pedatum in Cedar Bog, Champaign County, Ohio. Unpublished undergraduate report (Prof. Laux). Wittenberg University. Springfield, Ohio. ii + 15 p. *. U.

Pearson, T. Gilbert. 1932.
The large wading birds. National Geographic 62(4):440-469. (see photo. of a heron colony near Springfield, Ohio by C. P. Martin on p. 446).

Perino, Janice V. (see: Collins, Scott L., Vankat, Perino 1979 and Collins, Perino, Vankat 1982).

Platt, Carolyn V. 1985.
Bogs fens. Ohio's glacial wetlands. Timeline 2(5):50-63 (published by the Ohio Historical Society).

Plattenburg, Ted W. (see Dacek, Greenwald, Plattenburg 1980).

Porter, Daniel R. 1974.
(letter to William F. Wagner, District Deputy Director, Ohio Department of Transportation, from Porter, Director, Ohio Historical Society, dated 6 March 1974). 2 p.

Porter, Daniel R. (see also Ohio Department of Highways 1971[?]).

Poulter, Simon A. E., George M. Ramsay, and Kurt W. Whitford. 1979.
A study of the population and distribution of the eastern massasauga rattlesnake, Sistrurus catenatus catenatus, at Cedar Bog, 1979. Unpublished undergraduate report (Prof. Laux). Wittenberg University. Springfield, Ohio. ii + 17 p. *. U.

Powell, Kenneth. (see Ritchie, Powell, Siegenthaler 1971).

Price, Susan Gay. 1987.
Utilization of 87Sr/86Sr ratios to trace the groundwater flowpath in Cedar Bog Memorial Swamp, Champaign County, Ohio. M.S. thesis. Wright State University, Department of Geological Sciences. Dayton, Ohio. viii + 43 p.

Price, Susan G., and Paul Pushkar. 1989.
Use of 87Sr/86Sr ratios in Tracing Groundwater Flow Paths into Cedar Bog. p. 56-60 IN Cedar Bog Symposium II. Proceedings from the meeting held November 14, 1987. (Glotzhober, Robert C., Anne Kochman, and William T. Schultz, eds.).

Ohio Historical Society. Columbus, Ohio. Price, Susan G., and Paul Pushkar. 1987.
Use of 87Sr/86Sr ratios in Tracing Groundwater Flow Paths into Cedar Bog (abstract). Transactions of the Illinois Academy of Science 80(supplement):41.

Pushkar, Paul. (see Price Pushkar 1987, 1989).

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Quinn, Michael J. 1972.
The glacial geology of Champaign County, Ohio. M.S. thesis. Ohio State University. Columbus, Ohio. 94 p. K.

Quinn, Michael J. 1974.
The Late Glacial History of the Cedar Bog Area. Ohio Biological Survey, Informative Circular No. 4. p. 7-12.

Quinn, Michael J., and Richard P. Goldthwait. 1979.
Glacial geology of Champaign County, Ohio. Ohio Division of Geological Survey, Report of Investigations 111, iii + 17 p.

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Ramey, Ralph. 1982.
Cedar Bog Association proposed. The Ohio Prairie Gazette 3(2):1 (published by the Glen Helen Association, Yellow Springs, Ohio).

Ramey, Ralph E. (see also Moseley Ramey 1979).

Ramsay, George M. (see Poulter, Ramsay, Whitford 1979).

Raymond, Scott. (see Chambers, Fairman, Lytle, Raymond 1975).

Reed, Nathaniel P. 1972.
(letter about environmental impact on Cedar Bog by U.S. 68 re-alignment to John L. Franson, Central Midwest Representative, National Audubon Society, from Reed, Assistant Secretary of the Interior, dated 2 February 1972). 2 p.

Richard, Benjamin H. 1969.
Gravity anomalies in parts of Clark and Champaign Counties, Ohio (abstract). Geological Society of America, Abstracts with programs for 1969. Part 6. North-Central Section. p. 41.

Richard, Benjamin H. 1972.
Seismic refraction study of the Cedar Bog area. Report to Environment Control Corporation. Painesville, Ohio. K.

Richard, Benjamin H. 1974.
The Relationship of Cedar Bog to the Ancestral Teays River System. Ohio Biological Survey, Informative Circular No. 4. p. 3-7.

*****Richard, Benjamin, and Songlin Cheng. 1992.
A Study of the Impact of the Proposed Highway 68 on Cedar Bog, Phase I Base Data Acquisition and Initial Evaluation. ODOT Report of Investigation, 17 p. [Richard Songlin Cheng, 1995 p. REF-4].

Richard, Benjamin, and Songlin Cheng. 1995a (31 August).
A study of the impact of the proposed Highway 68 on Cedar Bog. Final Report. Volume I(A): Hydrogologic Study. Submitted to Ohio Department of Transportation. xii p. + 8 sections, each paginated separately, + 5-p. Bibliography + 1-p. Acknowledgement. *.

Richard, Benjamin, and Songlin Cheng. 1995b (31 August).
A study of the impact of the proposed Highway 68 on Cedar Bog. Final Report. Volume I (B): Hydrogeologic Study. Submitted to Ohio Department of Transportation. p. I(B)-1 through I(B)-177.

Richard, Benjamin, Songlin Cheng, and Jerome Clemens. 1994 (6 September).
A study of the impact of the proposed Highway 68 on Cedar Bog: A summary and progress report. (submitted to Ohio Department of Transportation). About 1 cm thick, no page numbers. *.

Richard, Benjamin H., C. Contrino, and A. King. 1973.
Gravity anomalies as indicators of ground water reserves in glacial deposits. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Topographic Laboratories. Fort Belvoir, Virginia. K.

Richard, Benjamin. (see also: Clemens, Jerome, Benjamin Richard, and Songlin Cheng 1995 (31 August); Wolfe, P. J., and B. H. Richard 1990).

Richards, C. Audrey. (see Fink Richards 1915).

Richley, J. Phillip. 1974.
(letter to John J. Gilligan, Governor of Ohio, from Richley, Director, Ohio Department of Transportation, dated 11 March 1974). 4 p.

Richley, J. Phillip. (see also Nye 1973, 1974).

Rickertsen, Mark. 1986.
Groundwater analysis of the Cedar Bog area, Champaign County, Ohio (abstract). Ohio Journal of Science 86(2):7.

Rickertsen, Mark A. 1988.
Chemical evaluation of source areas and flow paths for groundwaters in the vicinity of Cedar Bog, Champaign County, Ohio. M.S. thesis. Wright State University, Department of Geological Sciences. Dayton, Ohio. xi + 180 p. (reproduced as Wright State University Department of Geology Technical Report HY 8803 MR).

Ricketts, Brian M. 1987.
A hydrogeochemical profile analysis of groundwater discharge zones within Cedar Bog, Champaign County, Ohio. M.S. thesis. Wright State University, Department of Geological Sciences. Dayton, Ohio. xiv + 159 p.

Ricketts, Brian M., Galen J. Kenoyer, and Kenneth Kramer. 1989.
A Hydrogeochemical Profile Analysis of Groundwater Discharge Zones within Cedar Bog. p. 61-64 IN Cedar Bog Symposium II. Proceedings from the meeting held November 14, 1987. (Glotzhober, Robert C., Anne Kochman, and William T. Schultz, eds.).

Ohio Historical Society. Columbus, Ohio. Ritchie, Alexander, jr., Kenneth Powell, and V. L. Siegenthaler. 1971.
Soil survey of Champaign County, Ohio. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service, in cooperation with the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Division of Lands and Soils, and Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center. 82 p. + 70 maps + 1 index map + explanation page. (adapted extract: Ohio Biological Survey, Informative Circular No. 4. p. 60-65).

Roach, L. S. 1932.
Limnological investigations of a portion of the Mad River and its tributaries. Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Division of Wildlife, Fish Management Section. Columbus, Ohio. 5 p. (unpublished). K.

Roach, L. S. 1933.
Survey of the chemical and physical conditions of Mad River and five tributaries. Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Division of Wildlife, Fish Management Section. Columbus, Ohio. 7 p. (unpublished). K.

Rudolph, Emanuel D. 1974.
Lichens of Cedar Bog--Past and Present. Ohio Biological Survey, Informative Circular No. 4. p. 38-40.

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Schaefer, E. J. 1974. (see: Environment Control Corporation 1973a, Moseley 1973, Ohio Department of Highways 1972).

Schaffner, John H. 1932.
Revised catalogue of Ohio vascular plants. Ohio Biological Survey, Bulletin 25 (5[2]). p. 89-215 (especially p. 92, 131, 162, 182).

Schreiber, Mark. (see Behrendt, Houghton, Schreiber, Wittenauer 1976).

Schultz, William T. 1975.
Cedar Bog Information Report. Ohio Historical Society. Columbus, Ohio. 20 + 12 p. (mimeographed). *.

Schultz, William T., and Terry Jaworski. 1978.
Management plan. Cedar Bog State Memorial. Urbana Township, Champaign County, Ohio. Unpublished report of the Natural History Department, Ohio Historical Society. Columbus, Ohio. 23 p., 8 maps, appendix A (101 p.--biotal list), appendix B (11 p.--bibliography), appendix C (deeds), appendix D (master plan map). *.

Schultz, William T. (see also: Glotzhober, Kochman, Schultz 1989 and Jaworski, Glotzhober, Schultz 1982).

Scott, Ralph D. 1967.
Cedar Swamp. In a study of two bogs. Explorer 9(1):6-8.

Scott, Rick. (see Heseltine Scott 1974).

Sears, Paul Bigelow. 1925.
The natural vegetation of Ohio. Ohio Journal of Science 25(3):139-149. (The reference on p. 146 to the arbor vitae swamp in southern Clarke County probably refers to Cedar Bog, which is in southern Champaign County; the e in Clarke is in the original.)

Shaffer, Parrett and Assoc., Consulting Engineers. 1959.
Engineering report U.S. Route 68--Warren, Clinton, Logan, Greene, Clark and Champaign Counties. K.

Sharp, Katharine Dooris. 1913.
Summer in a bog. Stewart Kidd Co. Cincinnati, Ohio. 149 p. (especially p. 100).

Shaw, Bruce. 1973.
A study of the massasauga rattle snake in Cedar Bog. Unpublished undergraduate report (Prof. Laux). Wittenberg University. Springfield, Ohio. 18 p. *. U.

Showman, Ray E. 1994 (September).
A Lichen Survey of Eight Nature Preserves. Summary Report. 1 p. *.

Showman, Ray E. 1994 (September).
Macrolichen Flora of Cedar Bog Nature Preserve. 2 p. (Stapled with above). *.

Shelford, Victor E. (see Braun, E. Lucy, Jones, 1926).

Shuey, John A., John V. Calhoun, and David C. Iftner. 1987.
Butterflies that are endangered, threatened, and of special concern in Ohio. Ohio Journal of Science 87(4):98-106.

Siegenthaler, V. L. (see Ritchie, Powell, Siegenthaler 1971).

Smith, Craig. 1964.
Earth resistivity study of Cedar Bog area. Unpublished undergraduate research report. Wittenberg University, Geology Department. Springfield, Ohio. K.

Smith, Peg. (see Novotny Smith 1972).

Smith, Stuart. 1976.
Small rodent survey of Cedar Bog, Champaign Co., Ohio. Unpublished undergraduate report (Prof. Laux). Wittenberg University. Springfield, Ohio. 11 unnumbered p. *.

*****Smith, Stuart. 1984.
An investigation of tools and field techniques for the detection of iron-precipitating bacteria in ground water and wells. M.S. thesis. Ohio State University, Environmental Biology Program. Columbus, Ohio. *.

Snider, Jerry A. 1982.
Bryophytes. p. 14-21 IN Endangered and Threatened Plants of Ohio. (Tom S. Cooperrider, ed.). Ohio Biological Survey, Biological Notes No. 16, i - iv + 92 p.

Snider, Jerry A. 1988.
The bryophyte flora of Cedar Bog. 17 p. (Plus letter of transmittal from Snider to William T. Schultz, dated 9 May 1988). *.

Snider, Jerry A., and Allison W. Cusick. 1989.
The Bryophyte Flora of Cedar Bog. p. 40-43 IN Cedar Bog Symposium II. Proceedings from the meeting held November 14, 1987. (Glotzhober, Robert C., Anne Kochman, and William T. Schultz, eds.). Ohio Historical Society. Columbus, Ohio. Soltoff, Charlie. (see Marion, Morgan, Soltoff, Thompson 1977).

Spicer, Herbert Cecil. (see Norris Spicer 1958).

*****Staffen, Alan. 1964. (photograph of Cedar Bog).
Ohio Conservation Bulletin 28(11):back cover. [Jaworski typescript for Cedar Bog Symposium III, p. 13].

*****Staffen, Alan. 1966. (photograph of Cedar Bog).
Wonderful World of Ohio 30(1):front cover. [Jaworski typescript for Cedar Bog Symposium III, p. 13].

Stansbery, David H. 1967a.
Cedar Swamp--a recommendation for the future. 3-page memo dated 10 January.

Stansbery, David H. 1967b.
Cedar Swamp--A brief report--Prepared for Jacob A Meckstroth, Chairman, Acquisitions Disposals Committee. 4 p. + title-page. (dated 10 January 1967). *.

Stansbery, David H. 1967c.
Cedar Swamp. An introduction to the nature value of the area. 3 p. (typewritten). dated March 1967.*.

Stansbery, David H. 1972a.
(form-resolution concerning Cedar Bog and U.S. 68 re-location). 1 p. dated 14 January 1972.

Stansbery, David H. 1972b.
(untitled note about Cedar Bog). Environmental Hot Line II(2). (published by the Ohio Environmental Council. Worthington, Ohio).

Stansbery, David H. 1972c.
Resolution (regarding Cedar Bog National Natural History Landmark and U.S. Route 68). Ohio Historical Society. Columbus, Ohio. one-page form copy. K.

Stansbery, David H. (see also Herdendorf Stansbery 1973).

Stein, Carol B. 1970.
A proposal for the development, utilization, and maintenance of Cedar Bog Nature Preserve. Ohio Historical Society, Division of Natural History. Columbus, Ohio. 11-page intradepartmental recommendation. *.

Ste. Marie, Daniel Jones. 1990.
87Sr/86Sr Ratios as Groundwater Tracers at Cedar Bog, Champaign Co., Ohio. M.S. thesis. Wright State University. Dayton, Ohio. ix + 64 p.

Ste. Marie, Dan J., and Paul Pushkar. 1993.
87Sr/86Sr Ratios in Ground Water in and around Cedar Bog, Ohio. Ohio Journal of Science 93(1):27 34.

Strayer, David L., Sarah E. May, Pamela Nielsen, Wilfried Wollheim, and Sharon Hausem. 1995.
An endemic groundwater fauna in unglaciated eastern North America. Canadian Journal of Zoology 73:502-508.

Strongosky, Dave and Rich Wendling. 1980.
A population study of Fraxinus nigra at Cedar Bog. Unpublished undergraduatereport (Prof. Laux). Wittenberg University. Springfield, Ohio. 4 p. + map + table. *. U.

Stuckey, Ronald L. 1966.
The botanical pursuits of John Samples, pioneer Ohio plant collector (1836-1840). Ohio Journal of Science 66(1):1-41.

Stuckey, Ronald L. 1974.
Early Botanical Exploration of Cedar Bog. Ohio Biological Survey, Informative Circular No. 4. p. 21-24.

Stuckey, Ronald L., and Guy L. Denny. 1980.
Prairie fens and bog fens in Ohio: Floristic similarities, differences, and geographical affinities. p. 1-33 IN Geobotany II. (Robert C. Romans, ed.). Plenum Press. New York. viii + 263 p.

Stuckey, Ronald L. (see also Elfner, Stuckey, Melvin 1973).

Sullivant, W. S. 1843.
Musci alleghanienses, sive spicilegia muscorum atque hepaticarum quos in itinere a Marylandica usque ad Georgiam per tractus montium. (This is a two-volume set of exsiccati produced in Columbus, Ohio; No. 66 is Leskea adnata Hab. ad arbores in Ohionis cedrinis, prope Urbana ; No. 260 is Radula complanata Hab. in cedrinis palustribus prope Urbana Ohionis; arborea.).

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Taft, Clarence E. 1974.
A Summary of the Algae of Cedar Bog. Ohio Biological Survey, Informative Circular No. 4. p. 35-38.

Tansky, Cheryl S. 1992.
Bacterial production in groundwater from an alkaline bog. M.S. thesis. University of Dayton. Dayton, Ohio. ix + 82 p. B.

Tansky, Cheryl S. (see also: Gsell, Tanksy, Ventullo 1992).

Tatum, Grace May Cowan. 1944.
A memorial to Walter Brigham Evans, jr. (published privately by author). Springfield, Ohio. 54 p. (Pages 7-54 are an essay on Cedar Bog by Evans and edited by Tatum. The work was reprinted in 1974 by the Clark County Historical Society under the title: Cedar Bog. A plea for conservation.)

Taylor, Conan J. 1967.
The lichens of Ohio. Part I. Foliose lichens. Ohio Biological Survey, Biological Notes 3. iv + 151 p. (especially p. 76, 86).

Taylor, Conan J. 1968.
The lichens of Ohio. Part II. Fruticose and cladoniform lichens. Onio Biological Survey, Biological Notes 4:152-227 + appendix (p. A-1 through A-22). (especially p. 220).

Thomas, Charles R. (see Boker Thomas 1974).

Thomas, Edward S. 1933.
Neoconocephalus lyristes (Rehn and Hebard) in the Middle West (Tettigoniidae, Orthopt.) Annals of the Entomological Society of America 26(2):303-308.

Thomas, Edward S. 1967.
Cedar Swamp links past with present. Ohio Woodlands May-June 1967. p. 12. K.

Thomas, Edward S. 1972.
Cedar Bog's fate. Who will judge? Audubon Views winter 1972. p. 2-3. K.

Thomas, Edward S. 1974.
Acquisition of Cedar Bog by the State of Ohio. Ohio Biological Survey, Informative Circular No. 4. p. 1-2.

Thomas, Edward S. 1974.
Notes on Some Orthoptera at Cedar Bog. Ohio Biological Survey, Informative Circular No. 4. p. 29-31.

Thompson, Kathy. 1976.
The edible plants at Cedar Bog. Unpublished undergraduate report (Prof. Laux). Wittenberg University. Springfield, Ohio. ii + 28 p. *. U.

Thompson, Kathy. 1977.
The edible plants at Cedar Bog. Natural History Department, Ohio Historical Society, Natural History Information Series 3(4):1-23. (Cover says 3[4], but back cover says 5[4].).

Thompson, Kathy. (see also Marion, Morgan, Soltoff, Thompson 1977).

Thormyer, George J. (see: Marienthal 1971 and Ohio Department of Highways 1971[?]).

Townsend, Peter. (see: Aptekar Townsend. 1989; Cohen, Diana, and Townsend. 1990).

Trautman, Milton B. 1933.
Summary of the preliminary survey of the upper part of the Mad River drainage in Logan, Champaign and Clark Counties, July 12, 13, 14, 15, 1933. Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Division of Wildlife, Fish Management Section. Columbus, Ohio. 5 p. (unpublished). K.

Trautman, Milton B. 1957.
The fishes of Ohio. With illustrated keys. Ohio State University Press. Columbus, Ohio. xvii + 683 p. (especially p. 186, 193).

Trautman, Milton B. 1981.
The fishes of Ohio. With illustrated keys. Ohio State University Press. Columbus, Ohio. xxv + 782 p. (especially p. 220, 226).

Triplehorn, Charles A. 1955.
Notes on the young of some North American reptiles. Copeia 1955(3):248-249. (Sistrurus catenatus catenatus on p. 249).

Troutman, K. Roger, Guy L. Denny, and Roger W. Brucker. 1979.
Relicts of the past. p. 132-157. IN Ohio's Natural Heritage. (Michael B. Lafferty, ed.). Ohio Academy of Science. Columbus, Ohio. Tuke 1974 and Nouse Tuke 1972).

Tyrawski, John M. and Larry E. Johnson. 1970.
Diversity of moths collected during April and May, 1970, in Cedar Swamp. Unpublished undergraduate report (Prof. Laux). Wittenberg University. Springfield, Ohio. 10 p. + folding table. *.

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U.S. Department of the Interior. (see: Atwood 1970 and Reed 1972).
U.S. Geological Survey. Urbana West, Ohio, 7-1/2-minute quadrangle. 40083-A7.(There is more than one edition of this map, for example: 1961 and 1973 photorevised.).

Urban, Dennis Michael. 1989.
Two Shallow Seismic Reflection Surveys Conducted Near Cedar Bog in Champaign County, Ohio. M.S. Thesis. Wright State University. Dayton, Ohio. Perino 1979 Vankat 1982).

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Vannorsdall, Harry H. 1956.
Ferns of Ohio. (published by author). Wilmington, Ohio. vi + 298 p. (especially p. 20-24, 97).

Vannorsdall, Harry H. 1958.
Trees of Ohio. (published by author). Wilmington, Ohio. viii + 368 p. (especially p. 1, 14, 72, 73, 134, 135)

Ver Steeg, Karl. 1946.
The Teays River. Ohio Journal of Science 46(6):297-307.

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Wagner, William F. (see Porter 1974).

Walker, Charles F. 1946.
The amphibians of Ohio. Part I. The frogs and toads (Order Salientia). Ohio State Museum Science
Bulletin 1(3):1-109. (especially p. 32, 43, 66, 83, 91).

Walker, Gary L. 1989.
Population Biology of Disjunct Stands of Northern White Cedar in Ohio. p. 44-50 IN Cedar Bog Symposium II. Proceedings from the meeting held November 14, 1987. (Glotzhober, Robert C., Anne Kochman, and William T. Schultz, eds.). Ohio Historical Society. Columbus, Ohio.

Walton, Debra. (1984?).
A guide to the Ohio preserves of The Nature Conservancy. The Nature Conservancy, Ohio Chapter. Columbus, Ohio. 59 p. (Cedar Bog on p. 18-19.) (The book bears no Warner [1972]).

Wegner, Gerald S., and Harry D. Niemczyk. 1979.
The Ataenius of Ohio. Ohio Journal of Science 79(6):249-255. (especially p. 253-254).

Weishaupt, Clara J. (see Braun, E. Lucy, Weishaupt 1967).

Weller, James F., jr. 1990.
An analysis of some edaphic factors affecting the distribution of Cedar (Thuja occidentalis) at Cedar Bog. 16 unnumbered pages. (plus letter of transmittal from Weller to Robert C. Glotzhober, dated 8 December 1990). *.

Wells, Bruce, and Ed Koenig. 1977.
A population study of the common garter (Thamnophis redix redix/Thamnophis redix butleri) at Cedar Bog. Unpublished undergraduate report (Prof. Laux). Wittenberg University. Springfield, Ohio. ii + 6 p. (redix in original should read radix). *. U.

Wendling, Rich. (see Strongosky Wendling 1980).

Werner Wm. C. (see Kellerman Werner 1893).

Whitford, Kurt W. (see Poulter, Ramsay, Whitford 1979).

Whitney, Kenneth D. (see Keller, Whitney, Buben-Zurey 1986).

Wilcox, E. M. (see Kellerman Wilcox 1895).

Williams, Jon Loel. 1966.
A biological survey of Cedar Run, Champaign County, Ohio, with special emphasis on aquatic insects. M.S. thesis. Ohio State University, Department of Zoology and Entomology. Columbus, Ohio. 121 p. *.

Williams, Milo G. 1878.
Results of meteorological observations. Made at Urbana, Ohio, for 25 years; latitude, 406'North; longitude, 8343' West; and 1044 feet above tide water. Proceedings of the Central Ohio Scientific Association of Urbana, Ohio. v. 1, pt. 1, p. 91-96, pls. 13-16.

Williams, Milo G. (no date.)
Botanical notes. (copy in the Urbana University Library, Urbana, Ohio, bound into William's personal copy of John L. Riddell's 1834 1835 work Synopsis of the flora of the western states [Western Journal of the Medical and Physical Sciences whole number 31--hexade II, v. II, no. III, p. 329-374, and whole number 32--hexade II, v. II, no. IV, p. 489-556]). K.

Williams, Nelson Noel. 1962.
Pollen analysis of the central Ohio bogs. Ph.D. dissertation. Ohio State University. Columbus, Ohio. 66 p. (especially p. 29). K.

Windus, Jennifer Lynn. 1993.
Reproductive ecology of a rare dioecious fen species in Ohio, Valeriana ciliata T. G. M.S. thesis. Ohio State University, Department of Plant Ecology. Columbus, Ohio. xii + 49 p. *.

Wittenauer, Ken. (see Behrendt, Houghton, Schreiber, Wittenauer 1976).

Wittenberg University Geology Club. 1969.
17th Annual Ohio Intercollegiate Geology Field Conference 15 October 1966. p. 17-1 through 17-40 IN Ohio Intercollegiate Field Trip Guides 1950-51 to 1969-70. (Glenn W. Frank, ed.). Kent State University Printing Service. Kent, Ohio (especially p. 17-22).

Wolfe, John N. 1940.
A catalog of the lichens of Ohio. Ohio Biological Survey, Bulletin 36 (7[1]). 50 p. (especially p.2, 22).

Wolfe, Paul J., and Benjamin H. Richard. 1990.
Geophysical Studies of Cedar Bog. p. 281-288 IN Geotechnical and Environmental Geophysics. Volume II: Environmental and Groundwater (Investigations in Geophysics, Volume 5; Stanley H. Ward, ed.). Society of Exploration Geophysicists. Tulsa, Oklahoma. viii + 343 p.

Writers' Program of the Works Projects Administration in the State of Ohio. 1940.

The Ohio Guide. Oxford University Press. New York. xxxi + 634 p. (see p. 591).

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Yoder, Chris. (see Cavender Yoder 1974).



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