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History and ecology of mangroves in the Dry Tortugas

Fact sheet on the historic and current conditions of mangroves of Dry Tortugas National Park, a cluster of islands and coral reefs west of Key West, Florida. Mangroves and nesting frigate bird colonies are at risk to destruction by hurricanes.

by Doyle, Thomas W.; Michot, T. C.; Day, Richard H.; Wells, Christopher J.; and National Wetlands Research Center (Sponsor)
U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet 047-02
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Aerial photography, Birds, Botany, Ecosystem monitoring, Forest ecosystems, Hurricanes, Island ecosystems, Islands
Dry Tortugas
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