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Population and Ecosystems: Mangroves and Estuaries

Mangroves are tropical forests consisting of salt-tolerant trees and shrubs that inhabit shallow tidal waters of many coastal areas around the world. They provide local populations with many benefits and are proven to be literally life-saving in extreme events. 469 more words

Climate Change Adaptation

The Sundarban World Heritage Mangrove Forest demands immediate conservation

Tiger attacks are one of the rarer fieldwork safety concerns here at the Institute, but they were a serious consideration for PhD student Swapan Kumar Sarker… 1,411 more words

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Instead of Fabergé ...

… a whole collection of watery and airy things. For once I manage to capture birds – one a camera-flirt to rival my great niece, even going so far as to sit on my knee. 254 more words

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Blog Time Out

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I received a message in a dream last night. I was in the shallow Mangroves at Snipes Point. It was a beautiful day. 272 more words

Cobwebs And Tibbits

Isla San Juan Venado

By boat or kayak, it’s your choice how do you want to enjoy this natural reserve. In the San Juan Venado reserve you will find a 22km long barrier island with pristine beaches, mangroves and a huge diversity of bird life, making it a bird watcher`s paradise. 317 more words

Nicaragua

KiwiTravelWriter plants more mangrove trees in Sarawak, Malaysian Borneo

These three photos are copyright to the Sarawak Tourism Board and were taken by the official Rainforest World Music Fesival photographers 30 more words

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Keys Less Traveled: Boot Key

This 1,100 acre mangrove Island has a special place in my heart, which is why I decided to kick off the “Keys less traveled blog series” with a post about Boot Key! 571 more words

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