Exclusion Cages are Still Standing in The Marls!

Last year I set up cages in The Marls to tease apart the role insect grazing could play in the die-off of dwarf red mangrove in The Marls. I have kept the experiment going since last May and hope to keep it running for as long as I can. I will post with an update on what the data look like in the next week or so!

In the mean time, we are still interested in data from across Abaco and elsewhere, so it would be great to get some more survey data!

By | 2015-06-20T12:55:32-05:00 June 20th, 2015|Categories: Mangroves and Creeks, The Marls|Comments Off on Exclusion Cages are Still Standing in The Marls!

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Ryann Rossi
My general research interests lie in the ecology of marine coastal ecosystems. I am most interested in the role plant diseases have in shaping the ecology of coastal and estuarine environments. I am currently studying the role of a plant pathogen in a die-off of Red Mangroves in The Bahamas. Follow Ryann Rossi