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The horse population of Cumberland Island was monitored to determine seasonal differences in diet and habitat preferences. Salt marsh and lawn areas were most heavily utilized during the spring, summer, and fall seasons. During winter months the horses used grasslands and inter-dune meadows.

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Ecosystems around the country were reviewed and assessed for their environmental status. This analysis identified 30 ecosystems as critically endangered, 58 as endangered, and over 38 as threatened ecosystems. Conservation strategies are suggested for various eco-regions around the United States.

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A detailed description of the individual ecosystems associated with the Georgia and South Carolina coast. Ecosystem processes are described as well as species inventories for specific locations.


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