San Salvador Island


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San Salvador Island

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(Placename) an island in the central Bahamas: the first land in the New World seen by Christopher Columbus (1492). Area: 156 sq km (60 sq miles). Also called: Watling Island
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GPS mapping and analysis of multiple components of the Bahamian Field Station Trail of San Salvador Island, Bahamas.
1988*) and An Illustrated Guide to the Common Plants of san Salvador Island, Bahamas by Kass (2009).
Graves & Cole (2007) examined invertebrate communities of San Salvador Island and documented Chironomidae larvae, identified only to family, in one coastal freshwater pool.
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Throughout the book, colorful oral histories provide details of the healers' practices and glimpses of the culture of San Salvador Island in the Bahamas.
Jillian Dymek, of Webster majoring in Biology, was one of a group of Eastern undergraduate biology students who traveled to the Gerace Research Center on San Salvador Island, the outermost island in the Bahamas.
He is convinced the conditions are right to feed the oversize wahoo that lurk around the points and along the sheer walls of San Salvador Island.
Jellylike halls of slime pack the waters of Storr's Lake on San Salvador Island in the Bahamas.
William Hayes and his colleagues on San Salvador Island are also moving iguanas between islands to repopulate the ones that no longer have iguanas.
Last year, Ostrander and his colleagues reported a similar trend at sites they had studied since the mid-1990s in relatively pristine waters off San Salvador Island in the Bahamas.
I measured both resource and pollination limitation of fruit set for Bahama Swamp-bush (Pavonia bahamensis) on San Salvador Island in the Bahamas before and after two seasons of hurricanes.

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