A View of The Marls Die-off From Above

We’ve been posting about this die-off for quite some time now but for those of you who have not been able to see the die-off first hand, we now have some aerial video of it. The cage exclusion experiment is ongoing and we are still hard at work in the lab to identify the fungus that appears to be associated with the die-off. Thanks to Enie Buhler for taking time this summer to capture this drone footage!

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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

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