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Mangroves are various kinds of trees up to medium height and shrubs that grow in saline coastal sediment habitats in the tropics and subtropics  mainly between latitudes 25 N and 25 S. Such bosks are also part of the mangrove forest biome. The saline conditions tolerated by various species range from brackish water, through pure seawater, to water concentrated by evaporation to over twice the salinity of ocean seawater. Protection mangroves is nature conservation in its best, helps to secure sea food resources, keeps the sea food chain intact

Mangroves - Rhizophoraceae

With rising sea levels
Mangroves become more important
than ever to protect sea shores!
Mangroves can be found all over Earth, along the ocean shore lines
On this map you can see where Mangroves are growing.
Over the last 100 years many mangroves were destroyed by humans!

There are 110 mangrove species,
but only 50 are seen as "true mangroves".

Mangroves are salt-tolerant plants.
Mangroves can tolerate more salt in their sap than terrestrial plants.
The most tolerant Mangrove species have salt glands in their leaves, allowing for the secretion of salt.

Many Mangroves found solutions to tropical conditions of variable salinity, tidal range = inundation,
anaerobic soils and intense sunlight.

Mangroves are various kinds of trees up to medium height and shrubs that grow in saline coastal sediment habitats in the tropics and subtropics  mainly between latitudes 25 N and 25 S. A healthy mangrove forest is a treasure. The saline conditions tolerated by various species range from brackish water, through pure seawater, to water concentrated by evaporation to over twice the salinity of ocean seawater. Protection mangroves is nature conservation with an updated nature education, helping to secure sea food resources, keeps the sea food chain intact
Mangroves grow a mesh of roots which offers a quiet marine region for young organisms.
Often mangrove roots are permanently submerged, creating a special habitat to algae, barnacles, oysters, sponges, and bryozoans. These are plants that need a hard surface for anchoring while they filter feed.
Often found in the Mangrove root maze are shrimps and mud lobsters. Mangrove crabs mulch the mangrove leaves, adding nutrition to the mangal muds.
Mangroves are various kinds of trees up to medium height and shrubs that grow in saline coastal sediment habitats in the tropics and subtropics  mainly between latitudes 25 N and 25 S. Such bosks are also part of the mangrove forest biome. The saline conditions tolerated by various species range from brackish water, through pure seawater, to water concentrated by evaporation to over twice the salinity of ocean seawater. Protection mangroves is nature conservation in its best, helps to secure sea food resources, keeps the sea food chain intact
Mangroves are a very good storage for carbon dioxide CO2.
Here you can see a mangrove seed germinating

Below a mangrove shelter for marine life
Nature education online helps to see the big picture: mangroves give shelter to many fish and crabs, home to young marine life
Some tropical countries have Mangrove plantations which provide a good environment for important species of fish and crustaceans.

Mangroves have a very special way to multiply - the seed germinates while still attached to the tree. Later a cone-shaped seedling drops into the water and floats away. Sometimes it stays and starts to grow close to the main plant.



This is a mangrove spear, another way the mangroves can multiply


Red mangroves can survive in the most inundated areas have stilt roots to get air. Additionally they can absorb air through pores in their bark.

Another variety are Black mangroves who grow on higher ground using root-like structures sticking up out of the soil like straws for breathing.BR> Some of these "breathing tubes" can grow 10 feet.
Nature education online: Mangroves have different kind of fruits depending how saline the coastal sediment habitats are. The saline conditions tolerated by various species range from brackish water, through pure seawater, to water concentrated by evaporation to over twice the salinity of ocean seawater. The fruit of the grey mangrove float in water and may take a foothold upon sheltered sandy or muddy shorelines
Mangroves have different kind of roots. The grey mangrove has peg like roots called pneumatophores growing above the surface from underground roots. These pneumatophores take in oxygen that is used by plants for respiration. Protecting mangroves is nature conservation in its best, helps to secure sea food resources, keeps the sea food chain intact. Latin species Rhizophoraceae also called mangrove tree. Different name Rhizophora for coastal protection. Mangrove Afforestation is important also called mangrove reforestation to empower shoreline stabilization. Mangrove replenishment is needed to create healthy mangrove habitats. Sometimes the name mangroves, mangrover, mangrovers are used to describe a mangrove swamp. Mangrove erosion control is cheap and effective as mangrove wetland protection against tides. There are red mangrove, black mangrove, white mangrove, Avicenna germinas. BSB does environmental consulting on Rhizophora mangle, on revegetation,  to build an estuary, how shoreline stabilization can be achieved. The best way for mangrove planting, part of ecohydrology that provide solutions to poverty +  hunger. All done by coastal reforestation to avoid environmental degradation
Mangrove shoot. Seedlings of grey mangrove slow down tidal movement and trap silt and plant material. Protection mangroves is nature conservation in its best, helps to secure sea food resources, keeps the sea food chain intact

Imagine, how well these roots can protect a shore line!
Conservation education helps humans to survive: Learn online to understand how Mangroves protect ocean shores, erosion is minimized. The saline conditions tolerated by various species range from brackish water, through pure seawater, to water concentrated by evaporation to over twice the salinity of ocean seawater. Nature education helps protecting mangroves, so it is true nature conservation, erosion control to secure sea food resources
Mangroves have different kind of fruits depending how saline the coastal sediment habitats are. The saline conditions tolerated by various species range from brackish water, through pure seawater, to water concentrated by evaporation to over twice the salinity of ocean seawater. Protection mangroves is nature conservation in its best, helps to secure sea food resources, keeps the sea food chain intact
Mangroves have different flowers, these is a special beautiful flowering river mangrove. River mangrove produces white flowers that smell like rotten bananas. Protecting mangroves is nature conservation, an updated nature education helps to secure sea food resources, keeps the sea food chain for humans intact BSB members and many others try to restore the mangroves as a ocean shore protection wall, but developers and others have destroyed over half of the Earth's mangroves.

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