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Comparison of methods for determining low temperature tolerance: experiments with pinfish, Lagodon rhomboides
RANDALL, J. E. 1965. A review of the razorfish genus Hemipteronotus (Labridae) of the Atlantic Ocean. Copeia 1965:487-501. , AND R. H. KUITER. 1982. Three new labrid fishes of the genus Coris fromExpand
Use of Archive Aerial Photography for Monitoring Black Mangrove Populations
Abstract A study was conducted on the South Texas Gulf Coast to evaluate archive aerial color-infrared (CIR) photography combined with supervised image analysis techniques to quantify changes inExpand
Dune and Vegetation Stability at South Padre Island, Texas, United States of America
Abstract Padre Island is the longest of five barrier islands occurring along the Texas Gulf Coast. South Padre Island is separated from the northern two-thirds of the island by the Mansfield Channel.Expand
Using High Resolution Satellite Imagery to Map Black Mangrove on the Texas Gulf Coast
Abstract QuickBird false color satellite imagery was evaluated for distinguishing black mangrove [Avicennia germinans (L.) L.] populations on the south Texas Gulf Coast. The imagery had three bandsExpand
The Biological Flora of Coastal Dunes and Wetlands. Sesuvium portulacastrum (L.) L.
Sesuvium portulacastrum (L.) L. (sea purslane, cenicilla) is a pantropical, perennial, trailing herb (Aizoaceae) with pink-purple or occasionally white flowers that grows on coastal beaches of fiveExpand
Factors affecting the low-temperature tolerance of Texas pinfish
Abstract Laboratory experiments were conducted to determine the effects of rate of temperature decrease, acclimation time, acclimation temperature, and seasonal changes on the low-temperatureExpand
Riparian vegetation of the lower Rio Grande
The riparian vegetation of the lower reach of the Rio Grande was studied at 7 locations using 3 line intercepts at each location. There were no trees at the mouth of the river and the vegetation wasExpand
THE VEGETATION OF SOUTH PADRE ISLAND, TEXAS IN RELATION TO TOPOGRAPHY
Vegetation patterns were studied in relation to topography to ascer- tain the degree of phytosociological change and to provide an inventory of the vegetation of South Padre Island. Six majorExpand
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