University of West Florida. Dept. of Biology. Student Practicum Reports.
Student practicum reports submitted to the Department of Biology, University of West Florida, 1993-2002, in fulfillment of degree requirements for Master of Science. Areas of study included red foxes, floodplain management, environmental landscaping, copper in wetlands, oyster harvesting, bottlenose dolphins, sheepshead minnows, sea turtles, erosion control, estuarine sediments, Florida Crown conch, salt marshes, ultraviolet radiation, fungi, habitat preservation, the Santa Rosa beach mouse, aircraft bird strikes, and recovery of dunes from hurricanes. Geographic sites studied are in West Florida including Hurlburt Field, Krul Lake, St. Andrew Sound, Choctawhatchee Bay, Bayou Texar, Gulf Islands National Seashore, Pensacola Naval Air Station, Sherman Field Naval Air Station, and Santa Rosa Island.
- created: 1993-2002
- Other: Date acquired: 05/00/2015
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Alphabetical by author.
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Department of Biology, UWF
Method of Acquisition
Delivered by student, department cleaning out office due to building renovation.
- Bayou Texar (Fla.)
- Hurlburt Field (Fla.)
- Krul Lake (Fla.)
- Naval Air Station Pensacola (Fla.)
- Santa Rosa Island (Fla.)
- Sherman Field (Fla.)
- St. Andrews Sound (Fla.)
- Choctawhatchee Bay (Fla.)
- Conch, Crown (Fla.)
- Erosion--Florida--Gulf Coast
- Estuarine area conservation--Florida
- Floodplain ecology--Florida--Panhandle
- Gulf Islands National Seashore (Fla. and Miss.)
- Landscaping industry--environmental aspects--Florida
- Oyster fisheries--Florida
- Salt marshes--Florida--Gulf Coast
- Sand dunes--Florida--Escambia County.
- Santa Rosa Beach Mouse
- Sea turtles--Florida
- Sheepshead minnow
- Wetlands--Florida--Gulf Coast
- University of West Florida. Dept. of Biology. Student Practicum Reports.
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