A mangrove is a shrub or small evergreen tree that grows in coastal saline or brackish water.
They live on Saltwater and take in tons of Carbon Dioxide
They save the coastline from erosion
Here is a Map of Where they Live
Blue carbon is the term for carbon captured by the world's ocean and coastal ecosystems.
Blue Carbon is along the coast
Sea grasses, mangroves, and salt marshes along our coast "capture and hold" carbon, acting as something called a carbon sink.
Mangrove forests are biosequesters.
Biosequestration is the process of capturing and storing carbon in living organisms such as plants and algae
Sink and SOurce
Biomass is Kept Underground
PROTECTING the mangrove forest Protects The World
Author: Jazmin Gannon
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