Jean Louis Rodolphe Agassiz (usually /'æg?si/ in English) (May 28, 1807 – December 14, 1873) was a Swiss biologist, geologist, physician, and a prominent innovator in the study of Earth's natural history. He grew up in Switzerland and became a professor of natural history at University of Neuchâtel. Later, he accepted a professorship at Harvard University in the United States.
Agassiz, Louis. 1848. "Two new fishes from Lake Superior". Proceedings of the Boston Society of Natural History. 3:80-81 (ffm00156)
Agassiz, Louis. 1850. "Lake Superior: its physical character, vegetation, and animals, compared with those of other and similar regions". Gould, Kendall and Lincoln, Boston. 9-428 (ffm00161)
Agassiz, Louis. 1853. "Recent researches of Prof. Agassiz. [Extract from letter to J. D. Dana dated Cambridge, June 9, 1853.]". American Journal of Science and Arts. 16(46):134-136 (ffm04581)
Agassiz, Louis. 1854. "Notice of a collection of fishes from the southern bend of the Tennessee River, in the State of Alabama". American Journal of Science and Arts. 17:297-308, 353-365 (ffm00103)
Agassiz, Louis. 1855. "Art. XII.--Synopsis of the ichthyological fauna of the Pacific slope of North America, chiefly from the collections made by the U. S. Expl. Exped. under the command of Capt. C. Wilkes, with recent additions and comparisons with eastern types". American Journal of Science and Arts. 19(56):215-231 (ffm00096)
Agassiz, Louis. 1859. "Remarks on new fishes from Lake Nicaragua". Proceedings of the Boston Society of Natural History. 407-408 (ffm00138)