Follow

Submissions from 2015

PDF

Bulletin No. 40: Salt Marsh Plants of Long Island Sound, R. Scott Warren, Juliana Barrett, and Margaret Van Patten

Submissions from 2013

PDF

Bulletin No. 41: Trap Rock Ridges of Connecticut: Natural History and Land Use, Penelope C. Sharp, Ralph S. Lewis, David L. Wagner, and Cara Lee

Submissions from 2009

PDF

Bulletin No. 39: Seaweeds of Long Island Sound, Margaret "Peg" Stewart Van Patten and Dr. Charles Yarish

Submissions from 2003

PDF

Bulletin No. 38: The Hidden World of Plants: A Scanning Electron Microscope Survey of the Native Plant Collection, Connecticut College Arboretum, Danica C. Kubick and T. Page Owen Jr.

Submissions from 2001

PDF

Bulletin No. 37: Living Resources and Habitats of the Lower Connecticut River, Glenn D. Dreyer and Marcianna Caplis

Submissions from 1998

PDF

Bulletin No. 36: Amphibians and Reptiles of the Connecticut College Arboretum, Jill Devito and Joseph Markow

Submissions from 1996

PDF

Bulletin No. 35: Native Woody Plant Collection Checklist, Michael P. Harvey and Glenn D. Dreyer

Submissions from 1995

PDF

Bulletin No. 34: Tidal Marshes of Long Island Sound: Ecology, History and Restoration, Glenn D. Dreyer and William A. Niering

Submissions from 1992

PDF

Bulletin No. 33: Archaeology in the Connecticut College Arboretum, Harold D. Juli and Glenn D. Dreyer

Submissions from 1991

PDF

Bulletin No. 32: The Connecticut College Arboretum - Its Sixth Decade and a Detailed History of the Land, Richard H. Goodwin and Glenn D. Dreyer

Submissions from 1990

PDF

Bulletin No. 31: Birds of Connecticut College Arboretum - Population Changes Over Forty Years, Robert A. Askins and Glenn D. Dreyer

Submissions from 1987

PDF

Bulletin No. 30: Native Shrubs for Landscaping, Sally L. Taylor, Glenn D. Dreyer, and William A. Niering

Submissions from 1984

PDF

Bulletin No. 29: Common Mushrooms of New England, John C. Cooke

Submissions from 1982

PDF

Bulletin No. 28: The Connecticut Arboretum: Its First Fifty Years 1931 - 1981, George S. Avery, William A. Niering, and Richard H. Goodwin

Submissions from 1981

PDF

Bulletin No. 26: Recycling Mycelium - A Fermentation Byproduct Becomes an Organic Resource, William A. Niering, Sally L. Taylor, R. Scott Warren, Nancy C. Olmstead, Edward R. Ricciuti, Timothy K. Reynolds, Michael E. Johnson, and Mark McDonnell

PDF

Bulletin No. 27: Birds of Connecticut Salt Marshes - 50th Anniversary, James Stone, J. Susan Cole-Stone, and William A. Niering

Submissions from 1980

PDF

Bulletin No. 25: Salt Marsh Plants of Connecticut, William A. Niering and Scott Warren

Submissions from 1979

PDF

Bulletin No. 24: Garden Guide to Woody Plants: A Plant Handbook, Sally L. Taylor and William A. Niering

Submissions from 1978

PDF

Bulletin No. 23: Plants and Animals of the Estuary, William A. Niering, Paul E. Fell, Sally L. Taylor, Martine Villalard-Bohnsack, and Nancy C. Olmstead

Submissions from 1977

PDF

Bulletin No. 22: Our Dynamic Tidal Marshes: Vegetation Changes as Revealed by Peat Analysis, William A. Niering, R. Scott Warren, and Carolyn G. Weymouth

Submissions from 1975

PDF

Bulletin No. 21: Energy Conservation on the Home Grounds: The Role of Naturalistic Landscaping, William A. Niering and Richard H. Goodwin

Submissions from 1974

PDF

Bulletin No. 20: Tidal Marsh Invertebrates of Connecticut, Nancy C. Olmstead and Paul E. Fell

Submissions from 1973

PDF

Bulletin No. 19: Inland Wetland Plants of Connecticut, William A. Niering and Richard H. Goodwin

Submissions from 1972

PDF

Bulletin No. 18: Seaweeds of the Connecticut Shore: A Wader's Guide, Sally L. Taylor and Martine Villalard

Submissions from 1970

PDF

Bulletin No. 17: Preserving Our Freshwater Wetlands, William A. Niering, Richard H. Goodwin, Edward S. Deevey Jr, and Betty F. Thomson

Submissions from 1967

PDF

Bulletin No. 16: A Guided Tour of the Connecticut Arboretum, John L. Emery

Submissions from 1965

PDF

Bulletin No. 15: The Flora of Connecticut Arboretum, William A. Niering, Richard H. Goodwin, and Sara C. Manwell

Submissions from 1963

PDF

Bulletin No. 14: Creating New Landscapes with Herbicides, A Homeowner's Guide, William A. Niering and Richard H. Goodwin

Submissions from 1962

PDF

Bulletin No. 13: What's Happening Along Our Roadsides?, Richard H. Goodwin

Submissions from 1961

PDF

Bulletin No. 12: Connecticut's Coastal Marshes, A Vanishing Resource, Richard H. Goodwin

Submissions from 1959

PDF

Bulletin No. 11: A Roadside Crisis: The Use and Abuse of Herbicides, Richard H. Goodwin and William A. Niering

Submissions from 1958

PDF

Bulletin No. 10: The Connecticut Arboretum, Richard H. Goodwin, William A. Niering, Fleur A. Grandjouan, and Robert Fulton Logan

Submissions from 1956

PDF

Bulletin No. 9: Six points of Especial Botanical Interest in Connecticut, Richard H. Goodwin, Frank E. Egler, William A. Niering, Charles E. Olmsted, David M. Smith, Henry W. Hicock, Herbert I. Winer, and Edward C. Childs

Submissions from 1955

PDF

Bulletin No. 8: The Mamacoke Acquisition and Our Research Program, Richard H. Goodwin and William A. Niering

Submissions from 1952

PDF

Bulletin No. 7: The Connecticut Arboretum: Its History and the Establishment of the Natural Area, Richard H. Goodwin

Submissions from 1950

PDF

Bulletin No. 6: Check List of Woody Plants Growing in the Connecticut Arboretum and Guide to the Arboretum, Richard H. Goodwin, Katherine H. Heinig, and Kaleb P. Jansson

Submissions from 1947

PDF

Bulletin No. 5: The Connecticut Arboretum, Richard H. Goodwin

Submissions from 1941

PDF

Bulletin No. 4: The Connecticut Arboretum, Its Tenth Anniversary, George S. Avery

Submissions from 1940

PDF

Bulletin No. 3: A Plant Handbook, Lists of Plants for Specific Landscsape Uses, Harriet B. Creighton and Priscilla Pasco

Submissions from 1935

PDF

Bulletin No. 2: The Connecticut Arboretum at Connecticut College, New London, George S. Avery Jr., Katharine Matthies, Katharine Blunt, C B. Graves, and Katherine Floyd

Submissions from 1934

PDF

Bulletin No. 1: The Connecticut Arboretum at Connecticut College, New London, Katharine Matthies