CLIMATE CHANGE THREATENS MANGROVE FOREST GLOBALLY

PRAGNA PARAMITA ROY

Abstract


The climatic change is a severe problem in present world. Neither plants nor living creature , none is out of the reach of the dangerous impact of climatic changes. At various corners of the earth the mangrove forest are highly effected by these kind of unnatural climate changes, for the last two decades 35% of the mangrove forest has been damaged .

Keywords


EXHAUSTION, GRADUALLY, EXTINCT, EVAPORATION , ADAPTATION,

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Impacts of climate change on mangrove ecosystems: a region by region overview-

Raymond D. Ward,

Daniel A. Friess,

Richard H. Day,

Richard A. Mackenzie

First published, 25 April 2016

http//: doi.org/10.1002/ehs2.1211 Cited by :5


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