To be sure, it is a worthy subject for a monograph or doctoral dissertation.
It was the first book on this subject since the monograph of L P Eisenhart in 1926.
Detailed notes and an excellent bibliographic essay end the monograph .
He contributed the third volume in this series with his monograph on topology which we will mention again below.
There are no tasks which require the conscientious and painstaking effort of sedulous monographers .
The full list of her book chapters, articles, monographs , curricula, manuals and more runs to many pages.
In addition to single botanical monographs, there are several monographs on proprietary herbal combination products that have been the subject of clinical research.
Colosteus was recently monographed by Hook, and it might be difficult to significantly extend his description of the lower jaw.
Samples taken by Richardson were monographed by Billings and subsequent documentation was usually in the form of fossil lists reported together with stratigraphic sections.
The wide interest for basic and applied research on photochromism in the last decade is well documented by two monographs .