The power of trees

The power of trees


Photograph: © SAF – Coastal Care.

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A group of researchers documented how coastal areas protected by the presence of wide belts of mangrove trees, are better protected against losses, and their economies rebound more quickly.

“Mangroves grow right up along the coastline, so they’re positioned exactly where they need to be, and their root structure protects against both winds and storm surge…”

Read Full Article, GSU News Magazine (05-02-2020)

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