The role of coastal settings and hydrological connectivity on the mangrove flooding regime in the Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico

Published: 30 November 2023| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/4f88h23tvy.1
Haydee Lopez


They are time series of data on flood levels within the mangrove, tide, wind, and precipitation in Cozumel, and Terminos lagoon.


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Flood level data were obtained by setting hobo sensors at a depth of 70 cm, which measured changes in atmospheric pressure every hour. The tide data were obtained by tide gauges from the Secretary of the Navy (Mexico) in Cozumel and Terminos lagoon, with a frequency of one hour. Wind and precipitation data were obtained from (free to use) with a frequency of three hours. They were analyzed using codes in MatLab.


Instituto de Ecologia


Hydrology, Ecohydrology, Coastal Ecology, Flood Frequency