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Tropical Mangrove Ecosystem Habitat Summary
Conceptual diagram of habitats in Tropical Mangrove Ecosystems developed as part of the LOICZ project to look at Land Ocean Interactions in the Coastal Zone

Tropical Mangrove Ecosystem Habitat Summary Conceptual diagram of habitats in Tropical Mangrove Ecosystems developed as part of the LOICZ project to look at Land Ocean Interactions in the Coastal Zone LOICZ,threats,management,priorities,impacted,agriculture,sewage,sea,level,rise,nursery,clearing,diagram

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Tropical Mangrove Ecosystem Habitat Summary
Conceptual diagram of habitats in Tropical Mangrove Ecosystems developed as part of the LOICZ project to look at Land Ocean Interactions in the Coastal Zone
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Filename:iil-ian-aj-0053.svg
Album name:AdrianJ / Coastal/Marine
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Keywords: LOICZ, threats, management, priorities, impacted, agriculture, sewage, sea, level, rise, nursery, clearing, diagram
Author Name:Integration and Application Network
Author Company:Integration and Application Network
Date created (MM/DD/YYYY):10/01/2003
Media Type:Vector Graphic
File Size:518 KB
Date added:Jul 27, 2006
Dimensions:501 x 274 pixels
Displayed:13563 times
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URL:http://ian.umces.edu/imagelibrary/displayimage-832.html
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sunshinedi  [Dec 02, 2008 at 11:43 AM]
used in a marine biology oral report
Saskia Travert  [Jan 15, 2011 at 03:57 AM]
used in powerpoint to teach passengers about Mangrove
mymedia  [Mar 19, 2011 at 11:20 PM]
Thanks a lot