Created mangrove wetlands store belowground carbon and surface elevation change enables them to adjust to sea-level rise

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Krauss, Ken W. ; Cormier, Nicole ; Osland, Michael J. ; Kirwan, Matthew L. ; Stagg, Camille L. ; Nestlerode, Janet A. ; Russell, Marc J. ; From, Andrew S. ; Spivak, Amanda C. ; Dantin, Darrin D. ; Harvey, James E. ; Almario, Alejandro E. (2017)

Mangrove wetlands provide ecosystem services for millions of people, most prominently by providing storm protection, food and fodder. Mangrove wetlands are also valuable ecosystems for promoting carbon (C) sequestration and storage. However, loss of mangrove wetlands an... View more
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