A Natural History Study of the Vascular Flora of Cedar Bog, Champaign County, Ohio
Frederick, Clara May (1974-03)
Cedar Bog Nature Preserve is a relict boreal bog situated in the Mad River valley in Champaign County, west-central Ohio. Originating following the retreat of the Wisconsin glacier, it has been maintained by the combination ...
Ice-Lens Mounds, Cedar Bog, Champaign County, Ohio
Kuntz, Charles S. (1974-03)
Dome-shaped mounds containing lenses of transparent ice were found in a one-half acre area in Cedar Bog, Champaign County, Ohio. The occurrence of ice-lens mounds in temperate latitudes such as Ohio has not previously been ...
The Bryozoan Fistulipora Candida from the Ames Limestone (Conemaugh) of Ohio
Peterson, R. M.; Hoare, Richard D.; Sturgeon, Myron T. (1974-03)
The bryozoan Fistulipora Candida (Moore & Dudley, 1944) has been found at two localities in the Ames Limestone; no other occurrences of massive bryozoans have been reported from Pennsylvanian rocks in Ohio. These occurrences ...
The Lepidoptera of Cedar Bog, Champaign County, Ohio I. and Annotated Check List of the Rhopalocera
Albrecht, Carl W. (1974-03)
Forty-eight species of Rhopalocera (skippers and butterflies) have been confirmed by specimen records from Cedar Bog, a relict boreal bog in Champaign County, Ohio. For six of the listed species—Poanes m. massasoit (Scudder, ...
Geologic Conditions Essential for the Perpetuation of Cedar Bog, Champaign County, Ohio
Forsyth, Jane L. (1974-03)
Cedar Bog, a unique boreal relict area, is situated on the Mad River Valley Train (outwash) four miles southwest of Urbana, Ohio. The unusual plants present here are maintained by a continuous flow, at the surface, of cool ...