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Appendices

Appendix A: Methods and results of an experiment testing the effects of paint marking and salinity on buoyancy of mangrove propagules.
Ecological Archives M077-003-A1.

Appendix B: ANOVAs testing the effects of transect, tidal elevation, and species of propagule on the mean proportion of marked propagules that were relocated after two or four weeks.
Ecological Archives M077-003-A2.

Appendix C: ANOVAs testing the effects of transect, tidal elevation, species of propagule, and release point on the mean distance moved by marked and released propagules.
Ecological Archives M077-003-A3.

Appendix D: ANOVA testing the effects of transect, tidal elevation, and species of propagule on the mean proportion of marked propagules that failed to disperse from a release point.
Ecological Archives M077-003-A4.

Appendix E: ANOVA testing the effects of transect, tidal elevation, and species of propagule on the mean proportion of propagules that established as rooted seedlings in the first trial of the 1994 propagule establishment experiment.
Ecological Archives M077-003-A5.

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