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Hydrogeochemical and biological characteristics of cenotes in the Yucatan Peninsula (SE Mexico)
Cenotes (sinkholes) are the most peculiar aquatic ecosystem of the Yucatan Peninsula (SE Mexico). They are formed by dissolution of the carbonate rock in the karstic platform of the Yucatan
Carbon Stocks of Tropical Coastal Wetlands within the Karstic Landscape of the Mexican Caribbean
Coastal wetlands can have exceptionally large carbon (C) stocks and their protection and restoration would constitute an effective mitigation strategy to climate change. Inclusion of coastal
Spatial Heterogeneity and Seasonal Patterns in a Tropical Coastal Lagoon
This study using multivariate statistical approaches describes the hydrology of a tropical coastal lagoon which IS markedly affected by the infiltration of cold nutrient-rich groundwater discharges.
Seasonal changes in epiphytic dinoflagellate assemblages near the northern coast of the Yucatan Peninsula, Gulf of Mexico.
Epiphytic dinoflagellates were studied in 250 samples from 10 sites in Chelem (a semi-enclosed mangrove lagoon) and Dzilam de Bravo (an exposed coastal locality), on the northern coast of the Yucatan