EXPLORING THE ROLE OF EVAPORATION AND PRECIPITATION ON MANGROVE ISLAND MORPHOLOGY

Project Details

Description

MANGROVES ARE SALT TOLERANT SPECIES THAT PROVIDE NUMEROUS ECOSYSTEMS SERVICES INCLUDING BLUE CARBON STORAGE COASTAL PROTECTION AND BIODIVERSITY. DESPITE THEIR IMPORTANCE THE WORLD'S AREA OF MANGROVE ECOSYSTEMS HAS BEEN SIGNIFICANTLY REDUCED

StatusFinished
Effective start/end date9/5/1911/5/19

Funding

  • Ames Research Center: $165,000.00

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