Author:Andrew Ellicott Douglass
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- Florida archæology, 1885, with J. Francis Le Baron, George Miller Sternberg and S. T. Walker
- Some characteristics of the Indian earth and shell mounds of the Atlantic coast of Florida, 1885
- A gold ornament from Florida, 1890
- “Indications of a Rainy Period in Southern Peru” in Science, 20, pp. 231−232.
- Swift's Comet, 1892, Astronomy and Astro-Physics, June, 1894.
- Gegenschein Observations, Popular Astronomy, September, 1894.
- The Polar Cap of Mars, Astronomy and Astro-Physics, No. 129, 1894
- Forms of Jupiter's Satellites, Popular Astronomy, May 1894.
- “A Cloud-Like Spot on the Terminator of Mars” in Astrophysical Journal, 1 (2) (1895), pp. 127−130.
- “The study of atmospheric currents by the aid of large telescopes, and the effect of such currents on the quality of the seeing” in American Meteorological Journal, 11 (11) (1895), pp. 395−413.
- “A Combination Telescope and Dome” in Astrophysical Journal, 1 (May, 1895), pp. 401−410.
- The Lowell Observatory and Its Work, Popular Astronomy, May 1895
- “Projections on the Terminator of Mars and Martian Meterology” in Astronomische Nachrichten, 42 (3406) (1896), pp. 363−366., Kiel
- “The Lowell Observatory in Mexico” in Popular Astronomy, 39 (1897).
- “The "Astronomer's" globe” in Popular Astronomy, 42 (1897), pp. 57−62.
- A trip to the summit of Orizaba, 1898, with W. A. Cogshall
- Scales of seeing., 1898
- The first satellite of Jupiter, 1898
- Observations of Mars, 1896 and 1897, 1900, with Percival Lowell
- Observations of the planet Jupiter and its satellites, 1894 and 1895, 1900, with Percival Lowell and William Pickering, Volume 2, Part 1 of Annals of the Lowell Observatory
- “Observations of the planet Mars during the oppositions of 1894, 1896, 1898, 1901 and 1903: made at Flagstaff, Arizona” in Annals of the Lowell Observatory, 33.
- “Illusions of Vision and the Canals of Mars” in Popular Science Monthly, 70, pp. 464−474.
- The Crescentic dunes of Peru, 1909
- A photographic periodogram of the sun-spot numbers, 1914
- The climatic factor as illustrated in arid America, 1914, with Ellsworth Huntington, Charles Schuchert and Charles Julius Kullmer
- An optical periodograph, 1915
- Periodogram analysis, 1915, with Arthur Schuster and Henry Ludwell Moore
- Twilight phenomena in Arizona, September to December, 1916, 1917
- The Steward Observatory of the University of Arizona, 1918
- Climatic Cycles and Tree-Growth, 1919, Carnegie Institution of Washington
- Some aspects of the use of the annual rings of trees in climatic study, 1924, Annual report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution
- Solar records in tree growth, 1927
- Evidences of cycles in tree ring records, 1933
- Dating Pueblo Bonito and other ruins of the Southwest, 1935, National Genealogical Society newsletter, Issue 1 of Contributed technical papers
- Tree rings and chronology, 1937.
- Foreword to Principles and methods of tree-ring analysis, 1937, by Waldo S. Glock
- Contributed to Biological series, 10
Works about Douglass
- Research corporation awards to A.E. Douglass and Ernst Antevs for researches in chronology, Annual report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution, 1931
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