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Wilson, S.K., S. Rose, R. Arora, J. Herndon and S. Cofer-Shabica. 1991. Mixing Zone Hydrochemistry within a Confined Aquifer System: Cumberland Island, Georgia. Southeastern Geology, 32:29-35.
Water chemistry was sampled and analyzed on Cumberland Island, Georgia to understand the mixing dynamics of the confined aquifer with salt water.
(100) Albers, G. and M. Alber. 2003. A Vegetative Survey of Back-Barrier Islands Near Sapelo Island Georgia. In: J. Hatcher (ed.), Proceedings of the 2003 Georgia Water Resources Conference. Institute of Ecology, University of Georgia, Athens.
This study presents data on vegetation inventory and quantity for 11 back-barrier islands near Sapelo Island, Georgia. Vegetation surveys were conducted to evaluate the mean species richness for 4 size categories of islands. Data suggests a positive relationship between island area and vascular plant diversity.
(101) Andre, J.B. 1981. Habitat use and relative abundance of the small mammals of a South Carolina Barrier Island. Brimleyana, 5:129-134.
Small mammals were captured on Bulls Island, South Carolina to evaluate abundance and habitat use. Habitats sampled included, fore and rear sand dunes, salt spray forest, maritime live oak forest, freshwater marsh, salt marsh, old-field, and residential. 4 species of mammals were collected during the study. A relative abundance value is presented to reflect the degree to which a species uses a particular habitat.
(102) Baker, L.A., R.J. Warren, D.R. Diefenbach and W.E. James. 2000. Prey selection by Reintroduced Bobcats (Lynx rufus) on Cumberland Island, Georgia. American Midland Naturalist, 145:80-93.
Prey species for reintroduced bobcats on Cumberland Island, Georgia were evaluated for abundance and selection 3 times per year during a 2-year study. Several hypotheses were