Tropical wetlands: Mangroves and carbon

Mangrove forests store 3-4x the carbon of land based tropical forests.

The estimated 15 million hectares of mangrove forests in the world store 20 billion metric tons of carbon. Get the latest news and research on tropical mangroves at

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Topic(s) :   Blue carbon, mangroves and peatlands Peatlands Wetlands Indonesian Wetlands