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Recent Changes in the Louisiana Marsh Near Vermilion Bay
A special interest in marsh ecology led to the present study. Permanent sampling stations, whereby long range changes can be observed, have been neglected by researchers and there is only one known in the Gulf Coastal marshes. The uniqueness of the permanent transect offered an opportunity to study the floristic changes, if any, which occurred over a period of 18 years. Notes on the topography and other influencing factors were taken, as well as general observations on the surrounding marsh areas.
Eleuterius, L. N.
Recent Changes in the Louisiana Marsh Near Vermilion Bay.
Gulf Research Reports
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