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Gopakumar, S 35m
This is really naive! are unique , conserve it. Hav v forgotten how these trees held forte against tsunami? Not 2 forget te ecosystem services they provide 4 which v cannot ascribe a price tag. Let sanity prevail
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मेघ 6h
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Mangrove Action Project (MAP) Jun 24
help to keep our oceans clean and healthy? The mangroves' complex root systems filter nitrates and phosphates that rivers and streams carry out to sea. ©GrantJohnson
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ACES Jun 25
We're excited to announce the launch of the Vanga Blue Forest project in ! The project will protect and restore over 4,000ha of mangrove forest + support over 8,000 people through community development projects.
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Leons Thomasekar Jun 25
Aam Janta ki samundar aur lakes saaf karne me lagey he aur Government vikas ke naam pe har water body ko hi earth se saaf karne me lagi he! 54k to be razed for bullet train! Didn't we learn the importance of Mangroves to the coastline in school ?
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Devendra Kadam 8h
Last time when Mangroves were cut, it resulted in one of the biggest calamities. Will be ready for any such calamities if this were to happen. are known to slow down Tsunamis and floods. Let’s not screw with nature, maybe!
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Parveen Kaswan, IFS May 3
are the best protection against cyclones, tsunami & storms. has saved Kolkata so many times, same is done by other mangrove forests across the Indian coastline. My old blog on how Sundarban is a natural disaster manager.
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Aisha Niyaz Jun 4
Never take for granted the ecosystem services of
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Chris Walker May 24
Swamp wallaby watching me closely this morning from mangrove wetlands in southern Cleveland on Brisbane's bayside.
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Challen Willemsen Apr 16
Mangroves on the Guatemalan Pacific coast. These trees are adapted to live in brackish water and produce long roots from their branches as an adaptation to their aquatic environment.
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Functional Hippie 1h
No idea what kind of policies are we passing... On one hand we are asking ppl to save water as minority of states will start running out by next year and on the other hand we are happily cutting the trees for bullet trains...
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Nature4Climate Jun 13
women who lost husbands in the country's 25-year conflict are now protecting the country's mangroves. sequester vast amounts of carbon, which means their destruction poses a huge risk of the release of carbon into the atmosphere.
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Parveen Kaswan, IFS May 3
are best defence against cyclones for a coastal zone with one of the highest population density in world. Not only for human, but will protect all species from to . In the process will get uprooted. Coastal shelter belts need to be protected.
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Lucy Gwen Gillis 2h
Download our latest paper in Marine Environmental Research. We show how multi regional and global stresses can affect important seedling traits especially essential root traits.
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The Tribune Jun 25
-Ahmedabad bullet train project to affect 54,000
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Madeline Goddard Jun 23
Conferring our measurements - RSET training in Timor-Leste
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Kolha_Puri Jun 25
Dear this is like saying, I will take your lungs and give you 10 Kidneys.
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Andy Ball Apr 4
Some photos I took a few months back of L. Hithadhoo mangroves. You can see so clearly here the interconnectivity between , , and .
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NASA Earth 11h
Replying to @NASAEarth
One effect of the eruption: this fast-growing delta downstream.
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Conservation Intl.-Africa Jun 9
Let’s dive into just a few reasons why serve an important purpose in the health of our planet and why their loss has implications for ecosystems far from where they stand.
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