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Abstract The loss of the mangrove ecosystem, the vital interface between land and sea in many areas of the Indian Ocean, greatly augmented the impact of the Asian tsunami of December 2004. Shrimp farming is considered to be the number one cause of mangrove forest loss by many researchers while...
Abstract Indonesia is considered as one of the mega-biodiverse countries, however, like many developing countries, conserving its biological wealth is a continual struggle. Timber-producing tree species are harvested indiscriminately for national development. Both in situ and ex situ...
Abstract The Tropical Dry Evergreen Forest (TDEF) of India is only found on the south eastern seaboard of the peninsular. It has a very limited range, and extends only 60 km inland. The TDEF occurs in an area of high population density and consequently it is the rarest type of forest ecosystem...
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