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New study finds the Amazons' mangroves store twice as much carbon per acre than its rainforest

Date
1 October 2018
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Questionnaire study examines drivers of fuelwood dependency in North Sumatra

Date
21 December 2018
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Interactions between trees, fungi and bacteria in response to soil contamination

Date
30 April 2018
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Information on forest environments including climate, soil, hydrology, ecology, tree health, biodiversity, pollution, deforestation and forest fires

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Information on forest environments including climate, soil, hydrology, ecology, tree health, biodiversity, pollution, deforestation and forest fires

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Information on forest environments including climate, soil, hydrology, ecology, tree health, biodiversity, pollution, deforestation and forest fires

Abstract

The present study compared the ecosystem organic carbon (OC) stocks and soil OC sources between two 12-year-old monospecific mangrove sites comprised of different species (Kandelia obovata in tree form and Aegiceras corniculatum in shrub form). We tested whether the carbon sequestration performance ...

Author(s)
Chen ShunYang; Chen Bin; Chen GuangCheng; Ji JianFeng; Yu WeiWei; Liao JianJi; Chen GanLin
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Science of the Total Environment, 2021, 752,
Abstract

Mangroves are effective blue carbon sinks and are the most carbon rich ecosystems on earth. However, their areal extent has declined by over one-third in recent decades. Degraded mangrove forests result in reduced carbon captured and lead to release of stored carbon into the atmosphere by CO2...

Author(s)
Senger, D. F.; Hortua, D. A. S.; Engel, S.; Schnurawa, M.; Moosdorf, N.; Gillis, L. G.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Science of the Total Environment, 2021, 753,
Abstract

Mangrove ecosystems are particularly important for small island developing states of the Pacific, such as Fiji, which are at the forefront of the impacts of climate change. This is because of the ability of mangroves to mitigate storm surges and floods as well as their high carbon sequestration and ...

Author(s)
Cameron, C.; Kennedy, B.; Tuiwawa, S.; Goldwater, N.; Soapi, K.; Lovelock, C. E.
Publisher
Elsevier Inc, Orlando, USA
Citation
Environmental Research, 2021, 192,

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