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Potential of trophy hunting to create incentives for wildlife conservation in Africa where alternative wildlife‐based land uses may not be viable
There is a lack of consensus among conservationists as to whether trophy hunting represents a legitimate conservation tool in Africa. Hunting advocates stress that trophy hunting can createExpand
DETERMINING THE AFFINITIES OF SALT MARSH FUCOIDS USING MICROSATELLITE MARKERS: EVIDENCE OF HYBRIDIZATION AND INTROGRESSION BETWEEN TWO SPECIES OF FUCUS (PHAEOPHYTA) IN A MAINE ESTUARY 1
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The data indicate that populations of muscoides‐like Fucus in Brave Boat Harbor mainly consist of F1 hybrids between F. vesiculosus and F. spiralis, and support the hypothesis that introgression has occurred between attached populations of F. fucus and other fertile hybrids. Expand
The Seaweeds of Florida
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The authors Clinton Dawes and Arthur Mathieson detail the taxonomy, morphology, and cytology, plus the ecology and distribution patterns, of 674 species of seaweed in Florida coastal waters. Expand
Developing Porphyra/salmon integrated aquaculture for bioremediation and diversification of the aquaculture industry
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To enable the production of conchospores for net seeding, the phenology of these species and the conditions for their vegetative conchocelis exponential growth, conchosporangium induction, and Conchospore maturation were determined. Expand
The effects of sand movement on intertidal seaweeds and selected invertebrates at Bound Rock, New Hampshire, USA
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Overall, the intertidal seaweed populations at Bound Rock showed a lower number of perennials and fewer species than adjacent rocky shores and the morphological and reproductive adaptations of several psammophytic species are discussed. Expand
Cryptic diversity of Ulva (Ulvales, Chlorophyta) in the Great Bay Estuarine System (Atlantic USA): introduced and indigenous distromatic species
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Molecular analysis of historical herbarium voucher specimens indicates that U. rigida, U. pertusa, and the foliose form of U. compressa have been present in the GBES since at least 1966, 1967, and 1972, respectively, and suggests that salinity may influence its morphological development. Expand
Recurrence of the eelgrass wasting disease at the border of New Hampshire and Maine, USA
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Eelgrass populations in the Great Bay Estuary, on the New Hampshire-Maine border, decreased dramatically between 1981 and 1984, and the virtual disappearance of eelgrass from the outer estuary has been linked not to pollution but to a disease. Expand
Marine Invaders in the Northeast: Rapid Assessment Survey of Non-native and Native Marine Species of Floating Dock Communities, August 2003
Recommended Citation Pederson, J., R. Bullock, J. Carlton, J. Dijkstra, N. Dobroski, P. Dyrynda, R. Fisher, L. Harris, N. Hobbs, G. Lambert, E. Lazo-Wasem, A. Mathieson, M. Miglieta, J. Smith, J.Expand
Identification of north-western Atlantic Porphyra (Bangiaceae, Bangiales) based on sequence variation in nuclear SSU and plastid rbcL genes
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Porphyra ‘purpurea’ was found to occur further south than previously recorded, and the residue of unidentifiable specimens may indicate the existence of further monostromatic species in the north-west Atlantic. Expand
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