CARICOMP

AcronymDefinition
CARICOMPCaribbean Coastal Marine Productivity
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This study analyzes the CARICOMP seagrass monitoring data in Cahuita, Costa Rica, for the 2009-2015 time period in order to assess potential variations over time in the seagrass meadows at this location.
Methodology: The Caribbean Coastal Marine Productivity Program methodology was used (CARICOMP, 2001).
[29] CARICOMP, CARICOMP methods manual, levels 1 and 2: manual of methods for mapping and monitoring of physical and biological parameters in the coastal zone of the Caribbean, CARICOMP Data Management Center, University of West Indies, Jamaica, 2001.
Data for Caribbean Panama has not been published so far; since 1998, data on seagrass temporal variability and environmental variables have been collected at the CARICOMP site located in Bocas del Toro, Panama.
(2006) y se consideran altas para la zona del Caribe al comparar con datos de CARICOMP (2004).
Palabras clave: manglar, Rhizophora mangle, monitoreo, CARICOMP, Gandoca, Caribe, Costa Rica.
Palabras clave: pastos marinos, monitoreo, CARICOMP, Thalassia testudinum, Parque Nacional Cahuita, Caribe, Costa Rica, biomasa, productividad, tasa de recambio.
Key words: coral reef, monitoring, CARICOMP, Cahuita, Caribbean, Costa Rica.
CARICOMP: A Caribbean Network of Marine Laboratories, Parks, and Reserves for Coastal Monitoring and Scientific Collaboration, p.
Short-shoot number was recorded and plant material was separated into the fractions (CARICOMP 1994): green leaves (GL), sheaths (SH), short-shoots (SS), horizontal rhizomes (RH), roots (RO) and dead material (DM).
Coastal seawater temperatures in the northern QR varied from -24-30[degrees]C between 1994 and 2000 (CARICOMP 1997, D.