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Jay Sah measuring tree height in a mangrove forest impacted by Hurricane Wilma

Photographer:   Victor H. Rivera-Monroy
Location:   Harney River
Date:   December 1, 2005

Boardwalk and mangrove forest canopy damaged by Hurricane Wilma

Photographer:   Victor H. Rivera-Monroy
Location:   SRS6
Date:   December 1, 2005

Mangrove forest canopy damaged by Hurricane Wilma

Photographer:   Victor H. Rivera-Monroy
Location:   SRS6
Date:   December 1, 2005

House boats pushed out of the water by Hurricane Wilma

Photographer:   Victor H. Rivera-Monroy
Location:   Flamingo
Date:   December 1, 2005

Jay Sah crossing tidal creek to measure tree damage by Hurricane Wilma

Photographer:   Victor H. Rivera-Monroy
Location:   Harney River
Date:   December 1, 2005

Sediment deposition (mangrove soils) by Hurricane Wilma

Photographer:   Victor H. Rivera-Monroy
Location:   SRS6
Date:   December 1, 2005

Left to right: Mike Ross and Nilesh Timilsina measuring mangrove tree height after Hurricane Wilma

Photographer:   Victor H. Rivera-Monroy
Location:   Harney River
Date:   December 1, 2005

Mangrove forest canopy damaged by Hurricane Wilma

Photographer:   Victor H. Rivera-Monroy
Location:   SRS6
Date:   December 1, 2005

Boardwalk and trees damaged by Hurricane Wilma

Photographer:   Victor H. Rivera-Monroy
Location:   SRS6
Date:   December 1, 2005

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