Eugene N. Kozloff

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Eugene N. Kozloff
Born (1920-09-26)26 September 1920
Tehran, Iran
Died 4 March 2017(2017-03-04) (aged 96)
Anacortes, WA
Nationality American
Fields Marine biology
Institutions Friday Harbor Laboratories, University of Washington; Shannon Point Marine Center, Western Washington University
Known for Author of Pacific Northwest field guides

Eugene N. Kozloff (26 September 1920 – 4 March 2017[1]) was an American marine biologist and botanist at Shannon Point Marine Center on Fidalgo Island, Washington. He was an emeritus professor of the Friday Harbor Laboratories, University of Washington,[2] and is best known for writing field guides for the Pacific Northwest Region of the United States.

Field guides[edit]

  • Kozloff, E.N. 1973. Seashore life of Puget Sound, the Strait of Georgia, and the San Juan Archipelago. Seattle, Washington, University of Washington Press, 282 p.
  • Kozloff, E.N. 1974. Keys to the marine invertebrates of Puget Sound, the San Juan Archipelago, and adjacent regions. Seattle, Washington, University of Washington Press, 226 p.
  • Kozloff, E.N. 1976. Plants and animals of the Pacific Northwest: an illustrated guide to the natural history of western Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia. Seattle, Washington, University of Washington Press, 264 p.
  • Kozloff, E.N. 1993. Seashore life of the Pacific Northwest: an illustrated guide to northern California, Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia. 370 p.
  • Kozloff, E.N. 1996. Marine Invertebrates of the Pacific Northwest with additions and corrections. Seattle, Washington, University of Washington Press, 552 p.
  • Beidleman, L.H. & E.N. Kozloff. 2003. Plants of the San Francisco Bay Region: Mendocino to Monterey. Berkeley, California, University of California Press. 514 p.
  • Kozloff, E.N. 2005. Plants of western Oregon, Washington & British Columbia. Portland, Oregon, Timber Press. 608 p.

Eponymous taxa[edit]

The following species have been named in honor of Dr. Kozloff.

The following genera have been named in honor of Dr. Kozloff

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