Wetland and Aquatic Research Center

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Year Published: 1999

[Book review] Wetland restoration: flood pulsing and disturbance dynamics, by Beth Middleton

Review of: Wetland restoration: Flood pulsing and disturbance dynamics / Beth Middleton / John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 6705 Third Avenue, New York, NY 10158. 1999. 388 pages. ISBN 0-471-29263-X.

Boustany, R.G.
[Book review] Wetland restoration: flood pulsing and disturbance dynamics, by Beth Middleton; 1999; Article; Journal; Journal of the American Water Resources Association; Boustany, R.G.

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Cumulative index to chemicals and to common and scientific names of species listed in Contaminant Hazard Reviews 1 through 34

The Contaminant Hazard Review (CHR) series--sponsored by the U.S. Geological Survey, Patuxent Wildlife Research Center--synthesizes ecotoxicological data for selected environmental contaminants, with emphasis on hazards to native species of flora and fauna. From 1985 through 1998, 34 reviews were published in various report series of the U.S....

Eisler, Ronald
Cumulative index to chemicals and to common and scientific names of species listed in Contaminant Hazard Reviews 1 through 34; 1999; Federal Government Series; BSR; 1999-0002; edited by Eisler, Ronald

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Hourly and daily variation of sediment redox potential in tidal wetland sediments

Variation of electrochemical oxidation-reduction (redox) potential was examined in surface salt march sediments under conditions of flooding and tidal simulation in mesocosms and field sites. Time series were generated of redox potential measured in sediment profiles at 2-10 cm depth using combination Pt-Ag/AgCl (ORP) electrodes. Redox potential...

Catallo, W. James
Hourly and daily variation of sediment redox potential in tidal wetland sediments; 1999; Federal Government Series; BSR; 1999-0001; edited by Catallo, W. James

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Year Published: 1998

Effects of flooding regime, mycorrhizal inoculation and seedling treatment type on first-year survival of Nuttal Oak (Quercus nuttallii Palmer)

Three different types of Nuttall oak (Quercus nuttallii Palmer) seedlings were planted on floodprone, former cropland in Mississippi, Louisiana, and Texas. The three types of 1+0 seedlings planted at each site in January and February of 1995 were bareroot seedlings, seedlings grown in 164 square centimeters plastic containers, and...

Burkett, Virginia; Williams, Hans

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Year Published: 1998

Book Review: Two visual programming languages for simulation modeling: Stella 5.0 and Modelmaker 3.0

STELLA is published by High Performance Systems, Incorporated, 45 Lyme Road, Suite 300, Hanover, NH 03755.

Carter, J.
Book Review: Two visual programming languages for simulation modeling: Stella 5.0 and Modelmaker 3.0; 1998; Article; Journal; Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America; Carter, J.

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Year Published: 1998

Nutrients, algae, and grazers - Book review: Pelagic nutrient cycles: Herbivores as sources and sinks

No abstract available. Review info: Pelagic nutrient cycles: Herbivores as sources and sinks. By Tom Andersen, 1997. ISBN: 3540618813, 280 pp.

DeAngelis, Donald L.

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Year Published: 1998

Think before you sample data!

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Bourgeois, P. E.; Sclafani, V. J.; Summers, J.K.; Robb, S. C.; Vairin, Beth A.

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Year Published: 1998

Suggestions for new and aspiring graduate students in wildlife science

The transition from an undergraduate to a graduate program can be a difficult experience for students. Many undergraduates are unfamiliar with the process of preparing for graduate school, especially the search for a graduate program. Once in graduate school, they may be unfamiliar with requirements (both written and unwritten) and...

Fischer, Richard A.; King, Sammy L.

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Year Published: 1998

Effects of vertebrate herbivores on soil processes, plant biomass, litter accumulation and soil elevation changes in a coastal marsh

1 Submergence of coastal wetlands in Louisiana is currently rapid and widespread. A number of factors contribute to this loss of habitat, including the activities of herbivores. The objective of this study was to examine the effects of large mammals, predominantly nutria and wild boar, on processes controlling soil elevation in coastal marshes.2...

Ford, Mark; Grace, James B.