Biocomplexity in mangrove ecosystems.

@article{Feller2010BiocomplexityIM,
  title={Biocomplexity in mangrove ecosystems.},
  author={Ilka C. Feller and Catherine E. Lovelock and Uta Berger and Karen L McKee and Samantha B. Joye and Marilyn C. Ball},
  journal={Annual review of marine science},
  year={2010},
  volume={2},
  pages={395-417}
}
Mangroves are an ecological assemblage of trees and shrubs adapted to grow in intertidal environments along tropical coasts. Despite repeated demonstration of their economic and societal value, more than 50% of the world's mangroves have been destroyed, 35% in the past two decades to aquaculture and coastal development, altered hydrology, sea-level rise… CONTINUE READING

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