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Taxodium-Nyssa (Cypress-Tupelo) forests along the coast of the Southern United States



Taxodium-Nyssa (Cypress-Tupelo) forests along the coast of the Southern United States



Coastally restricted forests: 257-270



A study was conducted on the current extent and character of Taxodium-Nyssa forests along the coast of the southern USA from Delaware to Galveston Bay, the inland boundary being set at 250 km from the Atlantic and Gulf coastlines.

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