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You Asked for It: Mangroves

Posted by havealittletalk on June 29, 2010

A reader requested a hi-res shot of a mangrove, so I had a look around. On each of these sites there are at least a few — and often many — more images to choose from.

Here are a few from the US Fish & Wildlife Service’s National Digital Library:

WO3690 Black Mangrove Swamp in Texas

Volume1\5CD6962D-A3E0-D2A3-F39EC675A2151B94.jpg (Full Resolution Volume and Filename)

 WO4003 Mangrove Maze (Full Resolution Image Link) 

 Volume1\8711CDAE-1143-3066-403AA0324FE35C20.jpg (Full Resolution Volume and Filename)

 WO3655 Mangrove Swamp in Florida (Full Resolution Image Link)

 

     Volume1\1F1A15F6-BEBE-23C1-A3C76D0461CF4C83.jpg (Full Resolution Volume and Filename)

 

 The next ones are from NOAA:

Jobos Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve. Mangrove islets cover a large area of the estuary in Jobos Bay. They provide shelter, protection, and nursery areas for many estuarine species. Image ID: nerr0513, NOAA’s Estuarine Research Reserve Collection
Location: Puerto Rico, Jobos Bay
Category: Estuaries/
High Resolution Photo Available

NOAA Photo Library Image - line0004

 

    Isolated mangrove on a sandy beachImage ID: line0004, NOAA’s America’s Coastlines Collection
Location: Kiribati
Photo Date: 1996
Photographer: Richard B. Mieremet, Senior Advisor, NOAA OSDIA
High Resolution Photo Available

NOAA Photo Library Image - corp2272

Mangrove sunset     Image ID: corp2272, NOAA’s America’s Coastlines Collection

Category: Coastline/Southeast Florida/

High Resolution Photo Available

 

 This one is from the National Park Service’s Everglades site. Look under media, imagery, habitats.


Another site to look as is the US Geological Survey’s Gallery.

Title: Red Mangrove trees
Description: The seedlings of Red Mangrove trees germinate from fruits while still attached to the trees. Here many are growing within the roots of adult trees.
Location: VI, USA
Date Taken: 11/27/2009
Photographer: Caroline Rogers , U.S. Geological Survey

File Size (original): JPEG Image – 7.39 MB
Dimensions: 4000 x 3000
Resolution: 72 dpi

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