Mangrove resources

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  • The last decade has contributed significantly to the development of research on the biogeochemistry of tropical mangrove ecosystems. Also obvious during the last decade is the continued and dramatic destruction of natural tropical mangrove resources in Southeast Asia (Fig. 1.1). The naturally high productivity of tropi- cal mangroves has traditionally been exploited for a wide variety of purposes, both as sources of forestry or fisheries products and they have also been used for human settlement (Hatcher et al., 1989; Platong, 1998).

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  • .United Nations University Press is the publishing arm of United Nations University. UNU Press publishes scholarly and policy-oriented books and periodicals on the issues facing the United Nations and its people and member states, with particular emphasis upon international, regional, and trans-boundary policies.

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  • Locating in Khanh Hoa province, Cam Ranh bay is a typica1 bay for Southern Middle of Vietnam. The system of Cam Ranh bay has a plentiful natural resources, that divides into non­ biotic resources and biotic resources because of interaction between climate, hydology, geology, and topography conditions. The first one includes position, wetland, mineral and geotope resources. The second one involves the diversity of ecosystems such as mangrove, seagrass, coral reef and tidal wetland.

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  • Due to demands placed on natural resources globally and subsequent deterioration of the environment, there is a need to source and develop appropriate technology to satisfy this requirement. For decades mankind has largely depended on natural resources such as fossil fuels to meet the ever increasing energy demands. Realizing the finite nature of these resources, emphasis is now shifting to investigating alternate energy source governed by environmentally friendly principles.

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  • This Minor Field Study (MFS) was performed by Teresia Lindberg and Anna Nylander, who are both studying Eco-toxicology at Uppsala University in Sweden. The report is a Master´s thesis for Teresia Lindberg. The Swedish International Development Agency (Sida) finances a number of so-called Minor Field Studies for students or young people to carry out a research project in a developing country. The study usually takes place in one of Sida´s target countries and is part of a local Sida-sponsored aid programme.

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  • chapter 10 Kissimmee–Okeechobee–Florida Everglades–Florida Bay–Coral Reef System 10.1 The System The Kissimmee–Okeechobee–Florida Everglades–Florida Bay–coral reef (KOEFR) system, located in central and south Florida, is among the most unique ecological resources in the United States. This system formed over thousands of years as a major wetland represented by the Kissimmee River vegetation, the Florida Everglades, the Big Cypress Swamp, and the coastal mangroves and glades (Mitsch and Gosselink, 1993).

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  • Global warming and changes in climate have already had observed impacts on natural ecosystems and species. Natural systems such as wetlands, mangroves, coral reefs, cloud forests, Arctic and high latitude ecosystems are especially vulnerable to climate‐induced disturbances. Enhanced protection and management of biological resources and habitats can mitigate impacts and contribute to solutions as nations and communities strive to adapt to climate change. Biodiversity is the foundation and mainstay of agriculture, forests, and fisheries.

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