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Response of Florida Shelf Ecosystems to Climate Change

Shallow marine habitats to the west of Tarpon Springs, Florida

These still images were taken from three videos made in 1999, four to five miles off Pinellas County coastline. The underwater scenes include sponges (Porifera), rocky outcrops, sand bottom, sea urchin, starfish, and sand dollars (Echinoderm), fish, and corals.

cup sponge
cup sponge
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fish
fish
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hard coral
hard coral
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large sponge
large sponge
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sand and algae
sand and algae
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sand and algae
sand and algae
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sand dollar
sand dollar
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sea urchins
sea urchins
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soft coral
soft coral
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soft coral
soft coral
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starfish
starfish
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sea urchin and sand dollar
sea urchin and sand dollar
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yellow sponge
yellow sponge
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