Linking Freshwater Inflows and Marsh Community Dynamics in San Antonio Bay to Whooping Cranes. Final Report. Also known as the San Antonio-Guadalupe Estuarine System (SAGES) study. – Edwards Aquifer Authority

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Linking Freshwater Inflows and Marsh Community Dynamics in San Antonio Bay to Whooping Cranes. Final Report. Also known as the San Antonio-Guadalupe Estuarine System (SAGES) study.

Author: Slack, R.D., W.E. Grant, S.E. Davis III, T.M. Swannack, J. Wozniak, D. Greer, and A. Snelgrove
Year: 2009
Document Number: 1267
HCP EIS Reference: Slack, R.D., W.E. Grant, S.E. Davis III, T.M. Swannack, J. Wozniak, D. Greer, and A. Snelgrove. 2009. Linking freshwater inflows and marsh community dynamics in San Antonio Bay to whooping cranes. Final Report. Texas A&M AgriLIFE. August 2009. Also known as the San Antonio-Guadalupe Estuarine System (SAGES) study. http://earip.tamu.edu/WhoopingCrane/Slack%20et%20al%202009%20(SAGES%20Final). Accessed November 1, 2010.
Pages: 8
Citation Name: Slack, Grant, et al 2009
Publisher Citation: Texas A&M AgriLIFE. http://earip.tamu.edu/WhoopingCrane/Slack%20et%20al%202009%20(SAGES%20Final). Accessed November 1, 2010.
Location: San Antonio Guadalupe Estuarine System / San Antonio Bay, Aransas National Wildlife Refuge
File: 2009_Slack-etal_WhoopingCranes.pdf
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