U.S. Geological Survey
Ecological impacts from the hurricanes of 2005 affected both vegetation and the animals that depend on coastal habits on land and in water. Discussed in this section are migratory birds, coastal marsh vegetation, chenier forests, coastal floodplain forests, mangrove forests, estuaries, and the endangered manatee.
Conner, William; Faulkner, Stephen; Barrow, Wylie; Couvillion, Brady; Randall, Lori; and Baldwin, Michael, "Science and the Storms: the USGS Response to the Hurricanes of 2005 - Chapter Six: Ecological Impacts" (2007). Publications. Paper 13.