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INV-GCEM-1904:
Yearly survey of barnacle settlement in mid-marsh and creekbank plots at GCE LTER study sites in October 2018

10/13/2017 - 10/23/2017 Population Ecology Brian R. Silliman 09/26/2019

INV-GCEM-1904a:
Survey of adult and juvenile periwinkle snail (Littoraria irrorata) density in mid-marsh and creekbank plots at GCE LTER study sites in October 2018.

10/13/2017 - 10/28/2017 Aquatic Invertebrate Ecology Brian R. Silliman 09/26/2019

INV-GCEM-1704a:
Survey of adult and juvenile periwinkle snail (Littoraria irrorata) density in mid-marsh and creekbank plots at GCE LTER study sites in October 2016.

10/13/2016 - 10/28/2016 Aquatic Invertebrate Ecology Brian R. Silliman 01/24/2019

INV-GCEM-1804a:
Survey of adult and juvenile periwinkle snail (Littoraria irrorata) density in mid-marsh and creekbank plots at GCE LTER study sites in October 2017.

10/13/2017 - 10/28/2017 Aquatic Invertebrate Ecology Brian R. Silliman 01/24/2019

INV-GCEM-1504a:
Survey of adult and juvenile periwinkle snail (Littoraria irrorata) density in mid-marsh and creekbank plots at GCE LTER study sites in October 2014.

10/13/2014 - 10/28/2014 Aquatic Invertebrate Ecology Brian R. Silliman 01/16/2019

INV-GCEM-1604a:
Survey of adult and juvenile periwinkle snail (Littoraria irrorata) density in mid-marsh and creekbank plots at GCE LTER study sites in October 2015.

10/13/2015 - 10/28/2015 Aquatic Invertebrate Ecology Brian R. Silliman 01/16/2019

GIS-GCET-1706:
American alligator GPS tracking study from May 2008 to September 2010 on Sapelo Island, Georgia

05/28/2008 - 09/10/2010 Geospatial Analysis James C. Nifong 01/29/2018

INV-GCEM-1604:
Yearly survey of barnacle settlement in mid-marsh and creekbank plots at GCE LTER study sites in October 2015

10/24/2015 - 10/28/2015 Population Ecology Brian R. Silliman 04/01/2016

INV-GCEM-1404:
Yearly survey of barnacle settlement in mid-marsh and creekbank plots at GCE LTER study sites in October 2013

11/01/2012 - 10/26/2013 Population Ecology Brian R. Silliman 04/01/2014

INV-GCEM-1404a:
Survey of adult and juvenile periwinkle snail (Littoraria irrorata) density in mid-marsh and creekbank plots at GCE LTER study sites in October 2013.

10/13/2013 - 10/28/2015 Population Ecology Brian R. Silliman 04/01/2014

INV-GCEM-1504:
Yearly survey of barnacle settlement in mid-marsh and creekbank plots at GCE LTER study sites in October 2014

10/21/2014 - 10/29/2014 Population Ecology Brian R. Silliman 04/01/2014

MLT-GCES-1311:
Effects of fallen Spanish moss (Tillandsia usneoides) on understory plant, invertebrate, and fungi communities

03/15/2011 - 10/30/2013 Multi-Disciplinary Study Brian R. Silliman 11/30/2013

INV-GCES-1308:
Effects of ribbed mussel aggregation size on marsh invertebrate community structure and multiple eocsystem functions

05/01/2012 - 08/30/2013 Aquatic Invertebrate Ecology Brian R. Silliman 09/15/2013

INV-GCEM-1211:
Fall 2012 mid-marsh and creekbank survey of adult and recruit Littoraria irrorata abundance at GCE LTER sampling sites 1-10

10/08/2012 - 10/12/2012 Population Ecology Brian R. Silliman 11/09/2012

INV-GCES-1211:
Effects of marsh periwinkle (Littoraria irrorata) size and density on cordgrass (Spartina aterniflora) biomass and dead standing material

07/13/2012 - 10/15/2012 Aquatic Invertebrate Ecology Brian R. Silliman 10/30/2012
 
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This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under grants OCE-9982133, OCE-0620959, OCE-1237140 and OCE-1832178. Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in the material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.