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Thomas E. Marler

relatively recent personal experiences with two endangered tree species on the island of Guam, Cycas micronesica K.D. Hill and Serianthes nelsonii Merr. The initiation of my involvement in S. nelsonii conservation was especially influential in

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Thomas E. Marler, April Cascasan, and John H. Lawrence

conservation of threatened species: The case of Cycas micronesica J. Threatened Taxa 6 6523 6528 Marler, T.E. Moore, A. 2011 Military threats to terrestrial resources not restricted to wartime: A case study from Guam J. Environmental Science & Engineering 5

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Judy Kay, Arantza A. Strader, Vickie Murphy, Lan Nghiem-Phu, Michael Calonje, and M. Patrick Griffith

projects to propagate debao cycad [ Cycas debaoensis ( Tang et al., 2004 )], chestnut dioon [ Dioon edule ( Vovides, 2010 )], zamias [ Zamia spp. ( Calonje et al., 2010 ; Griffith et al., 2010 )], and micronesian cycad [ Cycas micronesica ( Griffith

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Vickie Murphy, Kimberly Moore, M. Patrick Griffith, and Chad Husby

(calcined) clay substrate, has been used in the successful propagation of Cycas micronesica from Guam, Zamia decumbens from Belize, and Caribbean Zamia species ( Griffith et al., 2010 ). A number of inorganic substrates and substrate components such as