The Ecology of Atlantic White Cedar Wetlands: A Community Profile
- Laderman, Aimiee D.
Marine Biological Laboratory
The profile describes the Atlantic white cedar and the bogs and swamps it dominates or co-dominates throughout its range, discussing interrelationships with other habitats, putative origins and migration patterns, substrate biogeochemistry, associated plant and animal species (with attention to those that are rare , endangered, or threatened regionally or nationally), and impacts of bother natural and anthropogenic disturbance. Research needs for each area are outlines. Chapters are devoted to the practices and problems of harvest and management, and to an examination of a large preserve recently acquired by the USFWS, the Alligator River National Wildlife Refuge in North Carolina.
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