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Effects of Storms on Rice Rats Inhabiting Coastal Marshes
During 1979, three storms with winds in excess of 73 km/hr and tides up to 1.5 m above normal struck a section of the Mississippi coast where a population study of the rice rat, Oryzomys palustris, was in progress. There were no noticeable effects on population levels, and many individual animals survived the storms.
Wolfe, J. L.
Effects of Storms on Rice Rats Inhabiting Coastal Marshes.
Gulf Research Reports
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