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Biological Report Series

The Biological Report Series (ISSN 0895-1926) continues the Fish and Wildlife Service Office of Biological Services (FWS/OBS) series which began in 1976. The series name changed in 1984 from FWS/OBS to Biological Report. The Biological Report series was continued by the National Biological Service. Ecology of Buzzards Bay: an Estuarine Profile, Biological Report 33, September 1996 was the last report in the Biological Report series.

Community/Estuarine/Ecological Profile Subseries, 57 reports

The 57 Community and Estuarine Profile subseries in the Biological Report series describe particular coastal and estuarine ecosystems and their values. These reports synthesize existing ecological information that is pertinent to a specific estuarine or coastal community (for example, pocosins) or geographic area (for example, Apalachicola Bay, FL ). This subseries provides information on the dynamics of the ecosystem or community, and the impacts of man's development on that system.


The subseries reports are available in Portable Document Format (PDF) from this list and attached to bibliographic record in the National Wetlands Research Center Library online catalog. Supplies of the original printed copies are exhausted. To purchase a photocopy of a report, contact the National Technical Information Service, 5285 Port Royal Road, Springfield, VA 22161, 1-800-553-6847 or at Original copies of reports are available in Federal government depository collections in libraries or a copy may be borrowed by using the interlibrary loan services of a public, academic, or special library.

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