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Their original restaurant, Gjelina, is an L. Come for coffee and a croissant, a healthy salad, or a porchetta sandwich. How Californian is that? Or his crispy, briny, deep-fried clam strips. Or the icy Negroni slushies that go down just a little too easy. Sit outside for a view of the downtown Atlanta skyline. Use their ticketing system, Tock, to secure a reservation.
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Bonus points for the setting: a gorgeous old Victorian house near Kendall Square with a backyard patio and garden. The cocktails are top-notch, as are the pig-ear fries. This is where all the great chefs on the Strip go after their shift—they serve until 3 or 4 a. Yes, owner Inez Valk was a model, and everyone is beautiful and funny, and there are movie nights downstairs and guitar playing all summer long and, and, and Always impressive, delicious, friendly—and just a three-and-a-half-hour drive from New York City.
The four-course menu or chef's tasting menu are your best bets. All of the ingredients are superbly fresh, and many of them come from farms upstate. Eleven Madison Park discards the weight and pretense of the typical Michelin-three-star restaurant and replaces it with constant surprises.
Rather, the best meal in town could be found at a marble bar just steps from noisy Houston Street. And chef Ignacio Mattos's kohlrabi salad was an instant classic. His flagship restaurant maintains the vitality and innovative spirit of an up-and-comer while executing flawless cuisine like the savvy mainstay that it is. There is no better food, service, or wine program. Anthony Bourdain: "There is no better food, service, or wine program than Le Bernardin.
The masculine interior lends itself to ordering warming pasta dishes and a hearty bottle of red. The white veal Bolognese alone is worth the cab fare. Go for brunch and try the Filipino-style fried chicken with purple yam waffles or one of the Silog options with longganisa pork sausage and amazing garlic rice. And the most impeccable fish, too. Masa Takayama, if preparing the food himself, is one of the few world masters you can still watch, eye to eye, make your dinner.
Pete Wells gave it two stars in the Times, which was a total upset because it's tiny and has only six desk-sized seats and blares punk rock. The energy is totally contagious and I've caught the bug. A meal at Blue Hill is like a conversation with Barber, where he shows you just how stunning food can be while still adhering to environmental and moral concerns. It's perfectly prepared and comes with some of the best spicy chili sauce I've ever had. The best way to enjoy the dish is to eat it while walking around Portland.
The hummus and house-made laffa alone are worth the dinner price, as are the amazing salatim vegetable salads. Its menu of fried shrimp, scallops, and oysters; hush puppies; and stone crab may sound similar to other seafood shacks in the area, but the quality and care that goes into every one of their perfectly golden seafood platters is unsurpassed. The tasting menu changes almost daily to showcase produce, meat, and handmade cheeses from the surrounding area, a good portion of which is grown or raised on-site. But this location in a strip mall near Short Pump, just outside Richmond, is the best.
The dry-fried eggplant, tingly tofu-skin salad, and crispy pork belly are the must-orders. He serves up food that is straightforward and delicious. My favorites are the house charcuterie plates, the braised pork, and the perfect steak with awesome smoky potatoes. Craig was stuck during his career, and to his detriment, at the boundaries between zoology and psychology.
A contemporary, psychologist Robert Yerkes — , occupied similar territory, but always as a psychologist, and therefore more securely Hilgard , Burnham , Boakes —, — He earned his M. He founded the Journal of Animal Behavior in , the first such scientific journal, with the expectation that all animal behaviorists, whether zoological, psychological, or both in orientation, would publish in it Burkhardt It was not a very successful gamble, however, for it lasted just seven years. Yerkes was President of the American Psychological Association, — In , he joined the Yale University Institute of Psychology as a comparative psychologist to study primates.
He also sponsored three psychology students to study primates in the wild—gorilla and chimpanzee in Africa and howler monkeys on Barro Colorado Island, Panama Peterson — The African studies were too brief to obtain significant observations, but there was a biological research station on Barro Colorado Island, and Clarence Ray Carpenter studied the monkeys from to and did make substantial contributions. Yerkes did not focus upon research at Orange Park to the neglect at Yale laboratories.
For example, two monographs on chimpanzees under his supervision published in were based upon studies at Yale Cowles , Crawford Yerkes retired from the directorship of the Laboratories in and from Yale University in His graduate studies were at Johns Hopkins University Ph. In , the U. Microscopic studies strained his eyesight, and he switched to ornithology Barrow His photographs documented nesting behavior, which Herrick judged to be entirely instinctive. He then began publishing a series of seven papers on the habits of bald eagles listed in Nice — , which culminated in The American Eagle: A Study in Natural and Civil History The earlier book attracted the attention of Konrad Lorenz, and he and Herrick then began to correspond Nice While studying eagles, Herrick also studied the nesting behavior of song birds and gulls and terns, described in Wild Birds at Home , which includes numerous photographs Fig.
She followed her mother's example by graduating from Mount Holyoke College She studied for a graduate degree at Clark University for two years before marrying physiology graduate student L eonard Blaine Nice — While raising four daughters a fifth died as a child , she earned a master's degree from Clark University, with a thesis on the feeding habits of bobwhite quail Colinus virginianus, which she had published earlier Blaine's first appointment was at the Harvard University Medical School —13 , then he joined the faculty of the University of Oklahoma — In early August, , Margaret read in the Daily Oklahoman that state game warden Ben Watts advocated opening the state hunting season on mourning doves in August, since the young were supposedly flying by then Nice She doubted this, and on August 20, she found three dove nests on campus containing young.
That act was the beginning of her career as an ornithologist and ethologist. She also raised several pet mourning doves. Meise , early discoveries by Johann F. Naumann and Bernard Altum Nice's main behavioral studies were on song sparrows Melospiza melodia, which studies she mainly conducted in Columbus Nice , While she visited Berlin in , Mayr introduced her to Erwin Stresemann, and she commented upon her difficulty in having a lengthy study published in American ornithological journals. She accepted, and so her first article on song sparrows was translated into German by Dr.
She apparently first met Niko Tinbergen at the 56 th annual meeting of the American Ornithological Union in Washington, 17—22 October 38 Nice Nice's studies on the behavior and song of song sparrows also inspired others to continue such studies Searcy and Nowicki Fig. He taught biology and geology at a nearby high school, —10, then entered the graduate zoology program at the University of Chicago, where he earned his MS.
Englishman Julian S. Julian's life perhaps rivaled his grandfather's, except that his fame became even more international Baker , Olby His developing interest in bird behavior coincided with publication of ornithological literature featuring that same perspective Klopfer and Hailman —38, Durant —, Burkhardt —, :see index. He believed that his baboon findings were broadly valid for other primates as well.
David Lack —73 , discussed in part 55 of this history, on animal population ecology Egerton b , deserves mention here on ethology Tinbergen , Thorpe , Burckhardt :see index. Ethologist Niko Tinbergen, whose early career was in the Netherlands see below , thanks to Lack's influence, was invited to move to Oxford University in Kruuk , Burkhardt After Tinbergen's arriving, Dr. The physiologists who attended were less than enthusiastic with the new ethological science. Tinbergen trained ethologists at the same university as Lack was training ornithologists and Elton was training mammal population ecologists.
Although he did not interact much with Elton, he did teach and advise some of Lack and Elton's students Crowcroft , , Kruuk Tinbergen also published possibly the two earliest surveys of ethology in English Tinbergen , b. Thorpe's Cambridge symposium was a precedent for a series of international ethological conferences, the next of which was organized by German ethologist Erich von Holst at his new Max Planck Institute at Wilhelmshaven, for 30 May—5 June, Others symposia followed Fig.
By Lehrman , after Lorenz had regained his prewar prestige, his ethology was subjected to a serious critique by New York City native Daniel S anford Lehrman — Lorenz later summarized his understanding of Lehrman's critique Lorenz — : Lehrman dismissed, in principle, the existence of innate movement patterns and, in so doing, supported his argument substantially by using a thesis of D. Drawing on the findings of Z. Suo , Lehrman also asserted that one could never know whether particular behavior patterns had been learned within the egg or in utero.
Only later did Lorenz conclude that instinctive and learned behavior could not be rigidly separated, as was previously done by ethologists. Kennedy , Cambridge, UK, was a response to the symposium. Some symposium participants might have been disappointed that Kennedy chose three questions from Edward O. Wilson's presentation on social insects, and even those three questions were aspects of group inheritance, being Wilson's response to W.
Illinoisan entomologist Richard D. Alexander b. He earned his B. He spent his career at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, where he mentored ecologists. He next began publishing on human behavior his anthology, In her commentary on a reprint of that review, Bobbi Low explained its larger significance : …this short piece foreshadows Alexander's subtle and encompassing theory of cooperation, and the interplay between cooperation and aggression, as well as laying out, with remarkable sophistication for the time, the interactions between natural selection [and] cultural selection….
They all went to him for assistance. First was English Jane Goodall b. She was invited to write an autobiographical chapter for Leaders in Animal Behavior ; Drickemer and Dewsbury :vii , but declined because she had already published autobiographical accounts. In , she participated in a symposium sponsored by the Zoological Society of London, and reported on her 2 years of chimpanzee observations, emphasizing her discovery of predation and tool use Peterson — Zuckerman chaired the symposium and decided that her claim of observing carnivorous chimpanzees contradicted his claim that all primates were vegetarians.
His The Social Life of Monkeys and Apes was a capable synthesis for , but instead of welcoming her discovery, he discounted her claim Zuckerman ; on his status as a primatologist: Burt Goodall subsequently earned a Ph. One feature that distinguishes her work is a half century of diligent observations and publications Goodall , , , , , However, she had a steady stream of assistants, mostly students who came for varying periods, whose chimpanzee observations enabled her to leave Gombe for various reasons, while still maintaining control.
Students were assisted by native workers. Goodall contributed one of two papers on chimpanzees, the other being by other English investigators, Reynolds and Reynolds American Dian Fossey —85 , was older than Goodall but started later, planning her work on African gorillas with Leakey in and establishing her Karisoke Research Centre in Rwanda in Mowat , Montgomery —66, —, Schafer She studied three groups of gorillas, and she became obsessed with protecting them from poachers.
She followed Goodall's example of enrolling for a Ph. She was asked to write the chapter because the National Geographic Society had funded her research. She was murdered in her cabin in , and her assassin was never identified. Besides studying orangutans in natural habitat, she runs an orphanage for young orangs who are eventually returned to the wild.
She married a Borneo native. His interest in ants, as in medicine, focused on behavior, but without neglecting ant systematics. He carried on a long Swiss tradition of studies on ants, stretching back to Charles Bonnet —98 Sartori and Cherix , Sleigh At age 25 he published Les Fourmis de la Suisse Forel's expertise was so widely respected that some collectors of ants in foreign countries had him describe species which they had collected.
In Forel retired from the University of Zurich Medical School in order to devote time to studying ants. Richard tells us that Forel first reported before mouth to mouth exchange of food between ants later named trophallaxis , though others explained its significance after Heinroth did not envision establishing a new science Stresemann :see index, Stresemann :see index, Heinroth , Durant —, —, Burkhardt b , :see index, Birkhead — , but his disciple, Konrad Lorenz, did. Heinroth earned a medical degree in and then studied zoology at Friedrich Wilhelm University, Berlin.
He held several zoological positions and served as president of two zoological societies. He also published his discovery that when humans raised birds from eggs, they imprinted on humans Fig. Vienna native, Karl von Frisch — came from an academic family, with university professors in the families of both parents, and he and his three brothers continued that tradition von Frisch :1— His father, a professor of medicine, wanted him to study medicine, as a safer avenue for supporting himself than zoology.
He did for two years, after which his father agreed he could switch to zoology. Later, Frisch found that his medical training was advantageous to him as a widely trained zoologist. Ethologists regard his discovery of the language of bees as the most important contribution to understanding animal behavior during the s Burckhardt a , Raffles — Frisch did not immediately zero in on honey bees. He first studied ability of some fish species to change color to blend in with their background. In , he encountered the claim by an ophthalmology professor and director of an eye clinic that fish and all invertebrates are color blind von Frisch That challenged his experience with fish, and he also assumed that the bright colors of flowers were to attract collectors of pollen and nectar, that simultaneously pollinated flowers.
To prove it, he began experimenting on honeybees during warm weather to see if they could distinguish colors. In winter he continued experiments on fish: von Frisch He was glad to explain his discoveries to others, and he went on lecture tours in America in and in von Frisch —, — Nor were his ethological investigations limited to fish and honeybees. Assisted by his son, Otto, he wrote Animal Architecture , in which they surveyed the animal kingdom concerning building abodes.
However, honeybee language was his major contribution, and others have continued that research Michelsen Fig. Lorenz's ethological studies evolved out of his early experiences of raising animals as pets. His father wanted him to study medicine, as his much older brother had, but unlike Frisch, who had switched to zoology after 2 years of medical study, Lorenz persisted and obtained an M. He was especially attracted to ducks and geese, and as he raised them from hatchlings, he discovered that they became imprinted on him as their parent.
Lorenz thus independently discovered imprinting. He had that ethological methodology in common with Heinroth, whose disciple he became. Thorpe —68 seemingly agreed, citing five crucial papers which Lorenz published in , , , , and Reading those papers motivated Thorpe to become an ethologist. In , Tinbergen founded Behaviour as an ethological journal. Publication of Lorenz's paper on imprinting impressed Niko Tinbergen, who wrote to Lorenz expressing his interest in it. Their correspondence, and then interactions, led to their establishing a formal science of ethology Burkhardt Tinbergen accepted Lorenz's invitation to spend at Lorenz's home at Altenberg, which was especially fruitful for both.
Lorenz was enthusiastic about the Anschluss and joined the Nazi party, believing its biologically tinged ideology was compatible with his biological research Kalikow , Burkhardt — He became a Russian prisoner of war, — After Tinbergen had been persuaded to move to Oxford in , Thorpe decided to bring Lorenz to Cambridge Thorpe However, in , the Max Planck Society moved quickly to establish the Lorenz Institute for Behavioral Physiology, which kept him in Germany, and from which he retired in , though continuing his research, lecturing, and writing.
The second volume of his Studies in Animal and Human Behaviour contained papers published — Four Lorenz papers which Richard Evans republished [—] had appeared in — Niko's father was not a professor of medicine, as Frisch and Lorenz's fathers were; his father taught high school in The Hague, but he did have a Ph. Being uncertain of a career when he completed secondary school in , his parents sent him to a field station in Germany for two months, where he learned bird banding and nature photography Kruuk — That experience convinced him to study ethology at Leiden University Fig.
Only, Leiden University did not teach it. That being the case, he conducted his own nature studies outside formal courses. In early , a friend, Martien Rutten, son of a geology professor at Utrecht University, invited him to join his family on a skating party on the Zuiderzee Inlet, which Niko readily accepted. Three of his early ethology papers , , were based upon his dissertation and are now reprinted in English translation in his collected papers, The Animal in its World: Explorations of an Ethologist, — two volumes, These flatlanders found the beauty of the mountainous landscape overwhelming.
Native Inuits lived by hunting seals and polar bears, and by fishing, and Tinbergen learned from them how to do the same. He studied sledge dogs, which observations were used in his book, Eskimoland Rotterdam, Tinbergen In spring and summer, he studied snow buntings, which English ornithologist Max Nicholson had previously studied in Greenland and concluded they were not territorial. Tinbergen discovered that he was mistaken, because he had studied them at the wrong time of year.
He found that females also defended territories. In May, , Germany invaded the Netherlands, yet Tinbergen's life did not change much during the first two years of occupation, except that he and Lies turned their house into a hospital Kruuk Leiden University, however, became uncooperative with German demands, such as expelling Jews, and was closed.
Trains became sabotaged and German soldiers were shot. The Germans responded by arresting public figures as hostages, which included Tinbergen. Inmates organized activities to escape boredom, and he lectured on Greenland and ethology. Tinbergen's studies were methodologically different from Lorenz's. Tinbergen observed wild birds and arranged experiments on them without interfering with their freedom Tinbergen a , , In , Tinbergen settled at Oxford University and then became part of the British biologist community, but with no break in his relationship with Continental ethologists see above.
Before , no ecological science had received any notice to rival the prominence of other biological sciences, such as physiology or molecular biology. The award required a broadening of the scope of the prize for physiology and medicine. In , Frisch was 86 and unable to go to Stockholm for the ceremony, Lorenz was 69, and Tinbergen Natural history studies since Aristotle provided a wealth of information on animal behavior, but it did not add up to a coherent science of animal behavior, with hypotheses and theories. The attempt to move beyond mere information to the formation of a science of ethology began around with: British naturalists Selous, Kirkman, Howard, and Julian Huxley; American Whitman, Wheeler, Craig, and Yerkes; and German Heinroth.
However, it was Lorenz and Tinbergen who formally organized the science of ethology. Early observations on hive bee dance did not contribute to a progress of knowledge because they were not within a science context. English ethologists Thorpe and Goodall and Americans Fossey and Galdikas were among the subsequent contributors to ethology. Englishman Hinde and German Eibesfeldt had published textbooks on ethology by The award of a Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for went to Frisch, Lorenz, and Tinbergen, the publicity of which helped move ethology into the mainstream of biological sciences.
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