Sir Arthur George Tansley, 1871 – 1955

9. References

(alphabetical order)

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102. Anker PJ. 2002. The context of ecosystem theory. Ecosystems 5: 611–613.
[A philosophical contextualization of Tansley’s 1932 paper 'The temporal genetic series as a means of approach to philosophy,” which is also published for the first time.]

103. Boney AD. 1991. The ‘Tansley Manifesto’ affair. New Phytologist 118: 3–21.

104. Bower FO. 1918. Botanical bolshevism. New Phytologist 17: 106-107.

105. Cameron L. 1999. Histories of disturbance. Radical History Review 74: 2–24.

106. Cameron L. 2008. Sir Arthur George Tansley. In: Koertge N, ed. New Dictionary of Scientific Biography. London, UK: Thomson Gale, 3-10.

107. Cameron L, Forrester J. 1999. A nice type of the English scientist: Tansley and Freud. History Workshop Journal 48: 64-100.
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108. Cameron L, Forrester J. 2000. Tansley’s psychoanalytic network: an episode out of the early history of psychoanalysis in England. Psychoanalysis and History 2: 189–256.

109. Cannadine D. 2004. Trevelyan, George Macauley. New Dictionary of National Biography 55: 328-32.

110. Cassidy VM. 2007. Henry Chandler Cowles: pioneer ecologist. Chicago, IL, USA: Sigel Press.

111. Clements FE. 1916. Plant succession: an analysis of the development of vegetation. Washington DC, USA: Carnegie Institution of Washington Publication, 242.

112. Collingwood RG. 1944. Idea of nature. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

113. Forrester J, Cameron L. 1999. A cure with a defect: a previously unpublished letter by Freud concerning ‘Anna O’. International Journal of Psychoanalysis 80: 929–942.

114. Grime JP. 1979. Plant strategies and vegetation processes. Chichester, UK: J Wiley & Sons.

115. Godwin H. 1957. Arthur George Tansley, 1871–1955. Biographical memoirs of fellows of the Royal Society 3: 227–246.
[draws on ‘factual biographical notes’ written by A.G.T. for the Council of the Royal Society, 1953.]

116. Godwin H. 1977. Sir Arthur Tansley: the man and his subject. Journal of Ecology 65: 1–26.

117. Godwin H. 1985. Early development of the New Phytologist. New Phytologist 100: 1–4.

118. Harper JL. 1977. Population biology of plants. London, UK: Academic Press.

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124. MacArthur RH. 1972. Geographical ecology. Patterns in the distribution of species. London, UK: Harper & Row.

125. Oliver FW 1912. A letter. Tansley MSS.  Library of the School of Life Sciences, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK.
[A testimonial written when Tansley considered applying for a Chair at the University of Adelaide – he never applied.]

126. Paskauskas A. 1993. The complete correspondence of Sigmund Freud and Ernest Jones, 1908–1939. Cambridge, MA, USA: Harvard University Press.
[The letter cited is from Freud to Jones on 6 April 1922.]

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131. Real LA, Brown JH. 1991. Foundations of ecology: classic papers with commentaries. Chicago, IL, USA: University of Chicago Press.

132. Schimper AFW. 1898. Pflanzen-Geographie auf Physiologischer Grundlage. Jena: G. Fischer.
[Translated into English in 1903 by P. Groom and I. B. Balfour. Plant Geography upon a physiological basis. Oxford, UK: Clarendon Press.]

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141. Warming JEB. 1896. Lehrbuch der ökologischen Pflanzengeographie. Eine Einführung in die Kenntnis der Pflanzenvereine. Berlin, Germany: Borntraeger.
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