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This eighth memoir in a National Academy of Sciences series is a biography of Alfred Goldsborough Mayor [1868-1922]. Mayor was an American marine biologist and zoologist whose interest in Medusae [jellyfish] was encouraged by Alexander Agassiz and led to their cooperating on a publication on the jellyfish of the Atlantic coast of North America and to many joint expeditions. Mayor was also known for his publications and papers on subjects ranging from physics to hunting and fishing. Good .
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