Drivers causing decline of mangrove in West-Central Africa: a review

@inproceedings{Feka2011DriversCD,
  title={Drivers causing decline of mangrove in West-Central Africa: a review},
  author={Njisuh Z. Feka and Gordon Nwutih Ajonina},
  year={2011}
}
Mangrove forest ecosystems are critically threatened in West-Central Africa due to minimal management and policy efforts. This is partly caused by insufficient knowledge about the economic and ecological value of mangrove ecosystems, which provide important ecosystem services, such as fish, flood prevention, erosion prevention, water regulation, and timber products. A strategy to improve mangrove ecosystem management would be to improve public understanding of the ecosystem's values. We studied… CONTINUE READING

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