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Belum mangrover kalau belum mandi lumpur. Credit by ramlikartikay. #Mangroving #Mangroverinstagram.com/p/5JwbJURTkf/
Mangroving selamatkan pesisir negeri, dengan hati. Credit by @cicipelin. #MangroveIsLifestyleinstagram.com/p/5JvQ04RTjX/
Bersama @KeMANGTEERMDN, lantang menyuarakan penyelamatan mangrove ke berbagai media. Credit by… instagram.com/p/5JuouoRTi3/
Karena mangrove adalah titipan anak cucu kita. Credit by @KeMANGTEERMDN. #MangroveIsLifestyleinstagram.com/p/5JuGOjxTiT/
Berdiskusi mangrove dengan warga pesisir Indonesia. Photo by @amrulrosadi. #Mangroving ##Mangrover instagram.com/p/5IckkZRTtS/
Mendiskusikan berbagai kebijakan mangrove ke penjuru negeri. Credit by @CV_KeMANGI.… instagram.com/p/5IbvfixTrj/
Menyampaikan pengetahuan mangrove di tiap generasi. Photo by @broyogi. #Mangroverinstagram.com/p/5IbOFXRTqJ/
Mangrove is not only about passion, mangrove is fashion! Credit by @BatikBakau. #MangroveIsLifestyleinstagram.com/p/5IZHLyRTlp/
Bila mangrove terakhir telah ditebang, manusia akan sadar, mereka tak bisa makan uang. Credit by… instagram.com/p/5IAwUFRTjj/
Mangrove bukan soal menanam, mangrove adalah gaya hidup. Credit by @alvehadika. #MangroveIsLifestyleinstagram.com/p/5H_9dOxTh7/
Memotivasi warga dunia agar peduli dengan mangrovenya. Credit by @sitapriska. #Mangroving #Mangroverinstagram.com/p/5H_SvixTgs/
Harus bijak dalam menyikapi aktivitas reklamasi di wilayah pesisir. mangrovemagz.com/index.php/mang…
Bersama @KeMANGTEERJKT mendidik generasi agar sayang dan cinta mangrovenya. Credit by… instagram.com/p/5H6bjcRTnF/
Beberapa Aturan dalam Reklamasi di Wilayah Pesisir dan Pulau-Pulau Kecil mangrovemagz.com/index.php/mang…
Menyelenggarakan seminar dan pelatihan mangrove nasional agar Indonesia tahu fungsi dan manfaat… instagram.com/p/5E8T67xTuc/
Mendidik Indonesia akan pentingnya mangrove lewat buku-buku dan pelatihan. Credit by @YayasanIKAMaT.… instagram.com/p/5E7vN_xTtZ/
Likewise, the 2010 update of the World Mangrove Atlas indicated a fifth of the world's mangrove ecosystems have been lost since 1980.
The United Nations Environment Program estimate that shrimp farming causes approximately a quarter of the destruction of mangrove forests.
Approximately 35% of mangrove area was lost during the last several decades of the 20th century.
More than 5 species of Rhizophoraceae grow in Australasia with particularly high biodiversity on the island of New Guinea.
The Sundarbans is the largest single block of tidal halophytic mangrove forest in the world.
In the Ganga-Brahmaputra delta, Sundri trees are found, which provide durable hard timber.
In Arabic, mangrove trees are known as qurm, thus the mangrove area in Oman is known as Qurm Park.
Oman, near Muscat, supports large areas of mangroves, in particular at Shinas, Qurm Park and Mahout Island.
Pakistani mangroves are located mainly along the delta of the Indus River (the Indus River Delta-Arabian Sea mangroves ecoregion).
Indonesia has around 9.36 million hectares of mangrove forests, but 48% is categorized as 'moderately damaged' and 23% as 'badly damaged.'
The three most important mangrove forests of Taiwan are Tamsui River in Taipei, Jhonggang River in Miaoli and the Sihcao Wetlands in Tainan.
Mangroves occur in certain muddy swampy islands of the Maldives.
The Sundarbans is the largest mangrove forest in the world, located in the Ganges River delta in Bangladesh and West Bengal, India.
Brazil contains approximately 26,000 km2 of mangals, 15% of the world's total.
The nation of Belize has the highest overall percentage of forest cover of any of the Central American countries.
Mangroves occur on the Pacific and Caribbean coasts of Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Panama.
Mangroves live in many parts of the tropical and subtropical coastal zones of North, South and Central America.
Nigeria has Africa's largest mangrove concentration, spanning 36,000 km2.
The following listing (modified from Tomlinson, 1986) gives the number of species of mangroves in each listed plant genus and family.
The greatest biodiversity occurs in the mangal of New Guinea, Indonesia and Malaysia.
Of the recognized 110 mangrove species, only about 54 species in 20 genera from 16 families constitute the "true mangroves."
Mangrove plantations in Vietnam, Thailand, the Philippines and India host several commercially important species of fishes and crustaceans.
The unique ecosystem found in the intricate mesh of mangrove roots offers a quiet marine region for young organisms.
Mangrove swamps protect coastal areas from erosion, storm surge (especially during hurricanes), and tsunamis.
Mangrove plants require a number of physiological adaptations to overcome the problems of anoxia, high salinity & frequent tidal inundation.
About 110 species are considered "mangroves", in the sense of being a tree that grows in such a saline swamp.
Mangrove swamps are found in tropical and subtropical tidal areas. Areas where mangal occurs include estuaries and marine shorelines.
It was earlier "mangrow" (Portuguese mangue or Spanish mangle) but this word was corrupted via folk etymology influence of the word "grove".
The term "mangrove" comes to English from Spanish (perhaps by way of Portuguese), and is likely to originate from Guarani.
They are adapted to the low oxygen (anoxic) conditions of waterlogged mud.
Mangroves are salt tolerant trees (halophytes) adapted to live in harsh coastal conditions.
The remaining mangrove forest areas of the world in 2000 was 53,190 square miles (137,760 km²).




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