Distant mangroves share similar fish communities, while neighbors can be different

Mangrove forests form complex and productive ecosystems at the edges of the tropical oceans, and provide key habitat for numerous...

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Gulf Mangroves Store Carbon by the Ton

Severely threatened around the world, mangrove forests provide us with many irreplaceable ecosystem services, including nursery habitat for fishery species...

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Mangroves are snapper generators

Juvenile yellow snapper (Lutjanus argentiventris) depend on estuary habitats in their first year of life. Pebble beds in the mouths...

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How distance between mangroves and reefs could affect snapper populations

Several species of snappers are dependent on mangrove forests during their first year of life (1-4). These habitats have been...

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A first look at blue carbon storage in Mexican desert mangroves

Blue carbon, carbon sequestered by marine ecosystems such as coral reefs or coastal wetlands, aids in the mitigation of climate...

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Sampling mangrove peat in the Southern Gulf of California

Mangrove forests, tropical coastal wetland ecosystems, are severely threatened by human activities,1 on local scales due to development and worldwide...

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Snapper habitat in Gulf of California mangrove forests

Many fish use mangrove forests as habitat, especially while they are juveniles. Snappers (Lutjanidae) are an important group, both ecologically...

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