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for Journal of the Elisha Mitchell Scientific Society Vol. 109 Issue 2, Summer 1993
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This survey, corroborating similar earlier studies in Florida, Louisiana, and Texas, notes that runoff input into a canal system lowers numbers and varieties of fish and invertebrates. The authors call for increased water flow through the canal system.
Hannah conducted stand tally and stem analysis samplings at Bent Creek and Coweeta watersheds in North Carolina to support conclusions concerning the past and future development of hardwood stands in the Southern Appalachians.
Schwartz has discovered the unusual occurrence of a steelhead (or rainbow) trout in coastal-estuarine waters, and offers a possible explanation.
Using fourier analysis, an inverse relationship between the size of cicadas and the frequency of their calls was observed for three species of cicadas in North Carolina.