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Bill Loftus with a snook

Photographer:   Jennifer Rehage
Location:   Rookery Branch
Date:   November 15, 2004

Bill Loftus with a bass

Photographer:   Jennifer Rehage
Location:   Rookery Branch
Date:   November 15, 2004

Sole

Photographer:   Jennifer Rehage
Location:   Rookery Branch
Date:   November 15, 2004

Mike Ross inspecting mangrove forest gaps along boardwalk

Photographer:   Victor H. Rivera-Monroy
Location:   SRS6
Date:   October 1, 2004

Left to right: Dan Bond, Kim de Mutsert and Edward Castaneda measuring porewater salinity. Redox, and hydrogen sulfide in dwarf mangroves

Photographer:   Victor H. Rivera-Monroy
Location:   TS/Ph6b
Date:   October 1, 2004

Left to right: Gustavo Rubio and Melissa Romigh measuring diameter at breast height (DBH) of mangrove trees at SRS-6

Photographer:   Victor H. Rivera-Monroy
Location:   SRS6
Date:   October 1, 2004

Left to right: Kim de Mutsert, Nicole Poret, and Sharon Ewe taking a break during sampling

Photographer:   Victor H. Rivera-Monroy
Location:   TS/Ph6b
Date:   October 1, 2004

Detail of root ingrowth core after 2 years of deployment

Photographer:   Victor H. Rivera-Monroy
Location:   TS/Ph6b
Date:   October 1, 2004

Detail of root ingrowth core after 2 years of deployment

Photographer:   Victor H. Rivera-Monroy
Location:   TS/Ph6b
Date:   October 1, 2004

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