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Delaware exemplary natural habitats : a section of A regional study of the coastal zone habitats of critical importance as concentration areas for neotropical avian migrants
  • Published Date:
    1992
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  • Corporate Authors:
    Virginia Coastal Resources Management Program ; United States, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration ;
  • Description:
    Assawoman Bay Wildlife Area -- Marshtown Upland Woods -- Wolfe Neck Forest/Wolfe Glade Marsh -- Phillips Branch Freshwater Acidic Fen -- Old Mill Creek Woods -- Red Mill Pond Woods -- Huckleberry Pond and Swamp -- Little Neck Woods -- Bennetts Pier Wet Woods.

    "The following exemplary sites were identified... These sites are deemed to be exemplary because of particular attributes (e.g. relatively pristine, excellent examples of particular communities, assemblages of species, structural components, presence of rare species, large contiguous habitat, etc.)."--leaf 1.

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  • Funding:
    Funding: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration; grant number: NA90AA-H-CZ839; task number: 3;
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