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Center for Coastal and Marine Studies (CCMS)
This location offers students a unique opportunity to work in a wide variety of aquatic ecosystems, including marsh, riverine, estuarine, and marine habitats, all of which are in close proximity to the Center for Coastal and Marine Studies. The Sabine-Neches River Estuary is unique in having the highest freshwater input of all Texas estuaries.
Affiliation: Lamar University (LU)
Type of Organization: Marine Research Center or Laboratory
Main Field of Focus: Marsh, Riverine, Estuarine, and Marine Habitats
Year Created: 1980
Contact Person: Warren, Michael E.
Home Page URL: http://dept.lamar.edu/biology/ccms/ccms_wp.htm
Keywords: Coastal, Marine, Education
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