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The Global Mangrove Watch—A New 2010 Global Baseline of Mangrove Extent

Pete Bunting, Ake Rosenqvist, Richard Lucas, Lisa-Maria Rebelo, Lammert Hilarides, Nathan Thomas, Andy Hardy, Takuya Itoh, Masanobu Shimada, C. Finlayson
2018 Remote Sensing  
This study presents a new global baseline of mangrove extent for 2010 and has been released as the first output of the Global Mangrove Watch (GMW) initiative.  ...  In the future, consideration will be given to the production of a new global baseline based on 10 m Sentinel-2 composites.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs10101669 fatcat:gotmpesup5h7vetvdvklxza6ku

Global Mangrove Watch: Updated 2010 Mangrove Forest Extent (v2.5)

Pete Bunting, Ake Rosenqvist, Lammert Hilarides, Richard M. Lucas, Nathan Thomas
2022 Remote Sensing  
This study presents an updated global mangrove forest baseline for 2010: Global Mangrove Watch (GMW) v2.5.  ...  This revision resulted in an additional 2660 km2 of mangroves being mapped yielding a revised global mangrove extent for 2010 of some 140,260 km2.  ...  .; Rosenqvist, A.; Lucas, R.; Rebelo, L.M.; Hilarides, L.; Thomas, N.; Hardy, A.; Itoh, T.; Shimada, M.; Finlayson, C. The Global Mangrove WatchA New 2010 Global Baseline of Mangrove Extent.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs14041034 fatcat:acs4kydh5bbbfmpezcr2igc2lq

Global Mangrove Extent Change 1996–2020: Global Mangrove Watch Version 3.0

Pete Bunting, Ake Rosenqvist, Lammert Hilarides, Richard M. Lucas, Nathan Thomas, Takeo Tadono, Thomas A. Worthington, Mark Spalding, Nicholas J. Murray, Lisa-Maria Rebelo
2022 Remote Sensing  
The Global Mangrove Watch Version 3.0 represents the most comprehensive record of global mangrove change achieved to date and is expected to support a wide range of activities, including the ongoing monitoring  ...  However, a limited number of studies have attempted to estimate changes in global mangrove extent, particularly into the 1990s, despite much of the loss in mangrove extent occurring pre-2000.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs14153657 fatcat:bzqpkzpsrvhc5bktd6eqmzbvxu

Mapping Mangrove Extent and Change: A Globally Applicable Approach

Nathan Thomas, Peter Bunting, Richard Lucas, Andy Hardy, Ake Rosenqvist, Temilola Fatoyinbo
2018 Remote Sensing  
A 2010 mangrove baseline was classified for 16 study areas using a combination of ALOS PALSAR and Landsat composite imagery within a random forests classifier.  ...  This study demonstrates a globally applicable method for monitoring mangrove forest extent at high spatial resolution.  ...  We are thankful for the provision of JERS-1 data which was not publicly available at the time this work was completed. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs10091466 fatcat:jiyzie74pzdpzm2j3dqqhihgje

Harnessing Big Data to Support the Conservation and Rehabilitation of Mangrove Forests Globally

Thomas A. Worthington, Dominic A. Andradi-Brown, Radhika Bhargava, Christina Buelow, Pete Bunting, Clare Duncan, Lola Fatoyinbo, Daniel A. Friess, Liza Goldberg, Lammert Hilarides, David Lagomasino, Emily Landis (+11 others)
2020 One Earth  
To increase the utility and uptake of these products, in this Perspective we provide an overview of these recent and forthcoming global datasets and explore the challenges of translating these new analyses  ...  We describe a new platform for visualizing and disseminating these datasets to the global science community, non-governmental organizations, government officials, and rehabilitation practitioners and highlight  ...  Global Mangrove Watch platform.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.oneear.2020.04.018 fatcat:vycddmjtazbnvocbtsyujze6zm

Contribution of L-band SAR to systematic global mangrove monitoring

Richard Lucas, Lisa-Maria Rebelo, Lola Fatoyinbo, Ake Rosenqvist, Takuya Itoh, Masanobu Shimada, Marc Simard, Pedro Walfir Souza-Filho, Nathan Thomas, Carl Trettin, Arnon Accad, Joao Carreiras (+1 others)
2014 Marine and Freshwater Research  
To support these requirements, a component of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency's (JAXA) Kyoto and Carbon (K&C) initiative has been to design and develop capability for a Global Mangrove Watch (GMW  ...  Landsat-derived) global baselines of the extent of mangroves by comparing advanced land-observing satellite 2 (ALOS-2) phased array L-band SAR 2 (PALSAR-2) data from 2014 with that acquired by the Japanese  ...  , developed from a wide range of sources ranging from point-based measurements to maps (Spalding et al. 2010) ; and Giri et al. (2011) generated an updated global mangrove baseline of the extent, with  ... 
doi:10.1071/mf13177 fatcat:i7wm3vwdv5andd3ncxenxzd4hq

Identifying Mangrove Deforestation Hotspots in South Asia, Southeast Asia and Asia-Pacific

Samir Gandhi, Trevor Jones
2019 Remote Sensing  
This region also exhibits the highest global rates of mangrove loss.  ...  Rates of loss in Myanmar were four times the global average from 2000–2012.  ...  The 2010 global baseline published as part of the Global Mangrove Watch initiative (E) [53] potentially heralds a new era of annual mangrove distribution updates.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs11060728 fatcat:izzdhlklpnewjpjbf7gribsik4

Mapping the multi-decadal mangrove dynamics of the Australian coastline

Leo Lymburner, Peter Bunting, Richard Lucas, Peter Scarth, Imam Alam, Claire Phillips, Catherine Ticehurst, Alex Held
2019 Remote Sensing of Environment  
The potential area that mangroves occupied over this period was established as the union of mangrove maps generated for 1996, 2007-2010 and 2015/16 through the Global Mangrove Watch (GMW).  ...  A B S T R A C T Mangroves globally provide a diverse array of ecosystem services but these are impacted upon by both natural and anthropogenic drivers of change.  ...  Acknowledgements This paper published with permission of the CEO of Geoscience Australia.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.rse.2019.05.004 fatcat:jdqajnvkojhfzpdwe354cvsbw4

A global biophysical typology of mangroves and its relevance for ecosystem structure and deforestation

Thomas A. Worthington, Philine S. E. zu Ermgassen, Daniel A. Friess, Ken W. Krauss, Catherine E. Lovelock, Julia Thorley, Rick Tingey, Colin D. Woodroffe, Pete Bunting, Nicole Cormier, David Lagomasino, Richard Lucas (+3 others)
2020 Scientific Reports  
Here, we present a new global mangrove biophysical typology and show that, based on their 2016 extent, 40.5% (54,972 km2) of mangrove systems were deltaic, 27.5% (37,411 km2) were estuarine and 21.0% (  ...  Overall, our biophysical typology provides a baseline for assessing restoration potential and for quantifying mangrove ecosystem service provision.  ...  TW and MS were supported by the International Climate Initiative (IKI) funded by The German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU) on the basis of a decision  ... 
doi:10.1038/s41598-020-71194-5 pmid:32887898 fatcat:pxmbjpwetjendgbc3tqtz3kp4i

Evaluation of the Continuous Monitoring of Land Disturbance Algorithm for Large-Scale Mangrove Classification

Katie Awty-Carroll, Pete Bunting, Andy Hardy, Gemma Bell
2021 Remote Sensing  
The COLD classifier was trained on the Global Mangrove Watch 2010 dataset and applied to 30 years of Landsat data for each site.  ...  COLD is therefore a promising methodology for global, long-term monitoring of mangrove extent and trends.  ...  Acknowledgments: The authors would like to acknowledge the support of the Supercomputing Wales project, which is part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) via Welsh Government.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs13193978 fatcat:jesbqed6yrcqhphpyjsqmq7tqu

Using Continuous Change Detection and Classification of Landsat Data to Investigate Long-Term Mangrove Dynamics in the Sundarbans Region

Katie Awty-Carroll, Pete Bunting, Andy Hardy, Gemma Bell
2019 Remote Sensing  
Results showed that while mangrove extent in the Sundarbans has remained stable, around 25% of the area experienced an overall negative trend, probably due to the effect of die-back on Heritiera fomes.  ...  To demonstrate the utility of this approach, CCDC was applied to a 30-year time series of Landsat data covering an area of mangrove forest known as the Sundarbans.  ...  First training data was obtained using the Global Mangrove Watch (GMW) Version 2.0 dataset. The GMW provides a highly accurate global mangrove baseline for 2010 [2] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs11232833 fatcat:en665nrspzb3rob53wotzn4qta

Future carbon emissions from global mangrove forest loss

M.F. Adame, R.M. Connolly, M.P. Turschwell, C.E. Lovelock, L. Fatoyinbo, D. Lagomasino, L.A. Goldberg, J. Holdorf, D.A. Friess, SD. Sasmito, J. Sanderman, M. Sievers (+4 others)
2021 Global Change Biology  
We integrated comprehensive global datasets for carbon stocks, mangrove distribution, deforestation rates, and land-use change drivers into a predictive model of mangrove carbon emissions.  ...  Mangroves have among the highest carbon densities of any tropical forest.  ...  | ME THODS | Mangrove area, rates of loss and drivers of change We divided the global mangrove extent of 2010 (Bunting et al., 2018) into marine provinces (top-level category of the bioregions)  ... 
doi:10.1111/gcb.15571 pmid:33644947 fatcat:ayzohw73sje2rimbpaaldpau5y

Future carbon emissions from global mangrove forest loss [article]

Maria Fernanda Adame, Rod M Connolly, Mischa Turschwell, Catherine E Lovelock, Temilola Fatoyinbo, David Lagomasino, Liza Goldberg, Jordan Holdorf, Daniel Friess, Sigit D Sasmito, Jonathan Sanderman, Michael Sievers (+4 others)
2020 biorxiv/medrxiv   pre-print
Mangroves have among the highest carbon densities of any tropical forest.  ...  The incorporation of mangroves into Nationally Determined Contributions to the Paris Agreement and their valuation on carbon markets requires predicting how the management of different land-uses can prevent  ...  | ME THODS | Mangrove area, rates of loss and drivers of change We divided the global mangrove extent of 2010 (Bunting et al., 2018) into marine provinces (top-level category of the bioregions)  ... 
doi:10.1101/2020.08.27.271189 fatcat:6ozddr36vvcoxehm7hksp3q2iu

Challenges and Recommendations for Equitable Use of Aerial Tools for Mangrove Research

Astrid J. Hsu, Sara Pruckner, Erin V. Satterthwaite, Lauren V. Weatherdon, Keiran Hadley, Elizabeth Thanh Tam Nguyen
2021 Frontiers in Marine Science  
Between 2000 and 2019, mangrove research using aerial tools was largely conducted in and led by institutions in higher income countries, despite High-income countries accounting for only 9% of global mangrove  ...  Of studies where the country of the lead institution differed from that of the study site, only 38% of the studies included local co-authors.  ...  This publication was possible thanks to the Paul M. Angell Family Foundation. AH was supported in part by the Pew Charitable Trusts and the Baum Foundation.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fmars.2021.643784 fatcat:j52fq2x75vf55cab7k4rytlxdu

Monitoring Water-Related Ecosystems with Earth Observation Data in Support of Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 6 Reporting

Raha Hakimdavar, Alfred Hubbard, Frederick Policelli, Amy Pickens, Matthew Hansen, Temilola Fatoyinbo, David Lagomasino, Nima Pahlevan, Sushel Unninayar, Argyro Kavvada, Mark Carroll, Brandon Smith (+3 others)
2020 Remote Sensing  
All of the EO datasets used are of global coverage and publicly available at no cost.  ...  The extent of mangroves is mapped at 30 m spatial resolution using Landsat 8 Operational Land Imager (OLI), Sentinel-1, and SRTM data for Jamaica, Peru, and Senegal.  ...  Acknowledgements: We acknowledge and thank Stuart Crane, Elisabeth Bernhardt, and Jillian Campbell from the United Nations Environment Freshwater Unit Ecosystem Division for their support of this work  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs12101634 fatcat:fiago2ya6rd45oadbekf6lstru
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