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Landin, M.C., C.L. Newling, and E.J. Clairain, Jr. 1987. Miller Sands Island: a dredged material wetland in the Columbia River, Oregon. Proceedings of the Society of Wetland Scientists:150-155.
Reference Number: 10362
Type: Journal Article
Author: Landin, M.C., C.L. Newling, and E.J. Clairain, Jr
Date (year): 1987
Article Title:Miller Sands Island: a dredged material wetland in the Columbia River, Oregon.
Journal Name: Proceedings of the Society of Wetland Scientists
Keywords: Iris pseudacorus, Columbia River, Miller Sands Island
Iris pseudacorus OR - Miller Sands Island, in the Columbia River, 5 miles upriver from Astoria.
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