are more similar to the Cumberland Island Pocket Gopher than to more inland populations.
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Lake Whitney on Cumberland Island, Georgia was used to investigate the characteristics, succession patterns, and long-term stability of freshwater wetlands on barrier islands. Aerial photographs were used with a GIS for the construction of historic vegetation maps and spatial analysis of vegetation.
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Cotton mice from Sapelo Island, Georgia were included in a study comparing samples from other regions to test for antibodies to Human Granulocytic Ehrlichiae (HGE). Tests may indicate endemic areas for the presence of HGE.
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A brief description of collected species of herpetofauna found on Sapelo Island, Georgia. Collection includes 38 species of reptiles and amphibians.
(137) McIntyre, K. 1998. Breeding birds of maritime forest patches in the southeastern United States. Masters Thesis. University of Florida.
Avian species richness and abundance data was collected from several naturally occurring maritime forest patches of various sizes. Collected measurements were compared with similar measurements from a large contiguous maritime forest. Patch size