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Topics (1-5 of 500)

  1. USES: Human Settlements on the Coast: Destruction of Habitats: Types of Habitats: Mangroves (17%)
  2. ABOUT: Ecology: Ecosystems: Mangroves (11%)
  3. USES: Human Settlements on the Coast: Types of Habitats at Risk: Corals: Okinawa, Japan, East China Sea (6%)
  4. ABOUT: International Cooperation: NOS/NOAA's International Cooperation Efforts (5%)
  5. USES: Non-Consumptive Uses: Ecosystem services: Mangroves (4%)

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    Results of a ten year collaboration to establish the resource status of seagrasses, of vital importance to the local coastal inhabitants.

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Referenced URLs (1-5 of 5811)

  1. http://www.fao.org/newsroom/en/news/2008/1000776/index.html(9%)
    Referenced By: Loss of mangroves alarming
  2. http://www.fao.org/newsroom/en/news/2008/1000776/index.html(9%)
    Referenced By: Loss of mangroves alarming
  3. 1373160688362_10700_mangrove_ecosystems.pdf(7%)
    Referenced By: Status of Mangrove Ecosystems
  4. http://www.fao.org/forestry/newsroom/en/news/2005/highlight_108389en.html(6%)
    Referenced By: Twenty percent of the world's mangroves lost over the last 25 years: Rate of deforestation slowing, but still a cause for alarm
  5. http://www.fao.org/forestry/newsroom/en/news/2005/highlight_108389en.html(6%)
    Referenced By: Twenty percent of the world's mangroves lost over the last 25 years: Rate of deforestation slowing, but still a cause for alarm

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