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Comparison of Mangrove Stand Development on Accretion and Erosion Sites in Ca Mau, Vietnam
Mangroves are adapted to coastal processes; however, mangrove species showed various responses to estuarian environments, leading to different structural characteristics at accretion and erosion areas. The species composition, structure and regeneration of mangrove forests were investigated to provide insight into mangrove forest development in response to shoreline accretion and erosion processes. The species composition and stand structure of mangrove forests were measured along the distancedoi:10.3390/f11060615 fatcat:2kz4qypiozbszczbosigtvymoq