Post-Hurricane Assessment of Sensitive Habitats of the Flower Garden Banks Vicinity

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This report evaluates the damage cause by Hurricane Rita to the benthic habitats of four banks: Sonnier, McGrail, Geyer, and Bright. They measured the damage to bank caps the community structure, and used SCUBA to video record the evidence.

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Robbart, Martha L.; Aronson, Richard B.; Deslarzes, Kenneth J.P.; Precht, William F.; Duncan, Leslie; Zimmer, Beth et al. July 2009.

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This report evaluates the damage cause by Hurricane Rita to the benthic habitats of four banks: Sonnier, McGrail, Geyer, and Bright. They measured the damage to bank caps the community structure, and used SCUBA to video record the evidence.

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  • Report No.: MMS 2009-032
  • Grant Number: 1435-01-06-CT-39574
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Robbart, Martha L.; Aronson, Richard B.; Deslarzes, Kenneth J.P.; Precht, William F.; Duncan, Leslie; Zimmer, Beth et al. Post-Hurricane Assessment of Sensitive Habitats of the Flower Garden Banks Vicinity, report, July 2009; New Oreans, Louisiana. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc955401/: accessed September 25, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.