Rice Creek Field Station Bulletin No. 2: The Flora of the Vascular Plants of the Rice Creek Biological Field Station
Rice Creek Field Station
This issue of the Rice Creek Biological Field Station Bulletin is devoted to a study of the flora of Rice Creek Biological Field Station, completed by John Hickey, a graduate student at State University College, Oswego, in 1970-71. This study, the result of Mr. Hickey's master's thesis research, was under the direction of Professor Norman Gillette of this college's Biology Department. The herbarium here at the biological station contains a reference collection of the flora of Oswego County. The collection is, in the main, the result of Mr. Hickey's research, although additions to the collection have been made by others, including Professor Mildred Faust of Syracuse, New York, and Professor Phil Walker of Plattsburgh, New York. Those interested in utilizing the collection are welcome to do so.--George Maxwell, Director of Rice Creek Field Station
Contains John T. Hickey's Master's Thesis from SUNY Oswego, "The Flora of the Vascular Plants of the Rice Creek Biological Field Station."