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Published: 25 November 2021| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/37686sx627.1
Contributor:
Paulina Álava-Núñez

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Mangroves are coastal ecosystems that, despite providing several goods and services, are threatened by human activities. Climate change adds pressure to the stability of this ecosystem. For instance, sea-level rise can impact salinity levels to which mangroves are adapted. In this study, the possible impact of sea-level rise on the spatial distribution of two dominant species in Cau Mau National Park is analyzed.

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Wageningen University and Research Research Institutes

Categories

Climate Change, Ecosystem

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