Decomposition patterns in terrestrial and intertidal habitats on Oahu Island and Coconut Island, Hawaii.

@article{Davis2000DecompositionPI,
  title={Decomposition patterns in terrestrial and intertidal habitats on Oahu Island and Coconut Island, Hawaii.},
  author={James B Davis and M. Lee Goff},
  journal={Journal of forensic sciences},
  year={2000},
  volume={45 4},
  pages={836-42}
}
Decomposition studies were conducted at two sites on the Island of Oahu, Hawaii, to compare patterns of decomposition and arthropod invasion in intertidal and adjacent terrestrial habitats. The animal model used was the domestic pig. One site was on Coconut Island in Kaneohe Bay on the northeast side of Oahu, and the second was conducted in an anchialine pool located at Barber's Point Naval Air Station on the southwest shore of Oahu. At both sites, the terrestrial animal decomposed in a manner… CONTINUE READING

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