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Biology - Mangroves
Oxford University Press, Oxford. Washington, DC: World Resources Institute. O'Neill, Tom (February 2007). Mangroves are adapted to saline conditions. CS1 maint: Date and year ( link ) "Pelican_Cays_Review" (PDF).
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Citation needed Americas edit Mangroves live in many parts of the tropical and subtropical coastal zones of North and South America. Plant biodiversity is generally low in a given mangal. University of the Ryukyus. Notes a b c d Mangal (Mangrove). In Trinidad and Tobago as well, efforts are underway to protect a mangrove threatened by the construction of a steelmill and a port. The roots also contain wide aerenchyma to facilitate transport within the plants. The Economic Contribution of Belize's Coral Reefs and Mangroves" (PDF). The mature propagule then drops into the water which can transport it great distances. The forest covers 10,000 square kilometres (3,900 sq mi) of which about 6,000 square kilometres (2,300 sq mi) are in Bangladesh. The study was born out of the need to verify the popular conception that mangrove clearing in Belize was rampant. Additionally, the Sundarbans serves a crucial function as a protective flood barrier for the millions of inhabitants in and around Kolkata (Calcutta) against the result of cyclone activity. This area is protected as the unesco Hara Biosphere Reserve, where commercial use battles in World War I is restricted to fishing (mainly shrimp tourist boat trips, and limited mangrove cutting for animal feed.