Climate change and tropical coastal ecosystems. Ove Hoegh-Guldberg Global Change Institute University of Queensland. Climate change. Ecosystems. People. Centre of Biodiversity Corals (>76%), mangroves (>70%) Seagrass (>70%), Reef fish species (37%)By gertrude
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NOAA. Mangroves. By Dave Cabrera. Introduction. Mangroves – Halophytic (salt tolerant) trees that live in areas predominantly saturated with salt water Found along coastlines between 32 degrees N and 38 degrees S. 16-24 families and 54-75 species (classification dependent)
Mangroves. Mudflats. UWF students working on Hoga. Seagrass Meadows. Patch Reefs. The Reef Flat. The Reef Crest.
MANGROVES True mangroves ( sensu Tomlinson 1986) are tropical trees restricted to intertidal and adjacent communities, growing in saline, generally anoxic soils, under climatic conditions characterized by a combination of high temperature and irradiance (Stewart and Popp 1987)
Mangroves. Kara L. Cole Ecology 09-29-2006. Background. Definition Adapted to living in wet soils, salty or saline habitats, and being periodically submerged due to tides 50 Species in 12 families Reproduction. Distribution.
Mangroves. Justus Tarin 6 th period. Geographic Location. Mangroves are located between 25° N and 25° S of the equator. The red illustrates the location of mangroves . Description. The word mangroves applies to a type of habitat, as well as the salt-tolerant plants that grow there.
Mangroves. What is a mangrove?. A diverse group of trees that are salt tolerant (halophyte) and are viviparous. Where are they located?. shallow and protected tropical and subtropical regions restricted to intertidal and adjacent marine habitats
Mangroves. Mallory Perillo, Luke Soucie , Jacob Wiggins. Mangroves. Type of wetland found in tropical and subtropical regions near the coast. Abiotic Factors. Mix of fresh water and salt water Frequent flooding from tides Nutrients = Nitrogen and Phosphorus Tropical climate
Mangroves. Biodiversity Under Threat. What is the link?. What caused this?. The impacts of the Boxing Day Tsunami would have been lessened if the mangroves had been protected Many of the affected countries admitted the damage caused was partially self inflicted
Mangroves. What caused this?. Picture of Thai coast after Tsunami Mangrove Protection Would Have Lessened Tsunami’s Impact Many of the affected countries admitted the damage caused was partially self inflicted