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    • The loss of species: Mangrove extinction risk and geographic areas of global concern 

      Polidoro, Beth A.; Carpenter, Kent E.; Collins, Lorna; Duke, Norman C.; Ellison, Aaron M.; Ellison, Joanna C.; Farnsworth, Elizabeth J.; Fernando, Edwino S.; Kathiresan, Kandasamy.; Koedam, Nico E.; Livingstone, Suzanne R.; Miyagi, Toyohiko.; Moore, Gregg E.; Nam, Vien Ngoc.; Ong, Jin Eong.; Primavera, Jurgenne H.; Salmo, Severino G.; Sanciangco, Jonnell C.; Sukardjo, Sukristijono.; Wang, Yamin.; Yong, Jean Wan Hong. (PLoS ONE, 2010)
      Mangrove species are uniquely adapted to tropical and subtropical coasts, and although relatively low in number of species, mangrove forests provide at least US $1.6 billion each year in ecosystem services and support ...