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Species-specific plant-soil interactions in a Micronesian mangrove forest
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|Title:||Species-specific plant-soil interactions in a Micronesian mangrove forest|
|Authors:||Gleason, Sean Michael|
|Contributors:||Agronomy and soil science (department)|
|LC Subject Headings:||Mangrove plants--Research--Micronesia (Federated States)|
|Abstract:||Mangrove forests often exhibit strong patterns of species distribution along salinity and elevation gradients. Previous efforts to explain this phenomenon have correlated species occurrence with various hydrologic, soil, and porewater variables. Because s|
|Description:||M.S. University of Hawaii at Manoa 2000|
Includes bibliographical references.
|Pages/Duration:||viii, 62 leaves : illustrations|
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M.S. - Agronomy and Soil Science|
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