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Background:The fast-growing introduced mangrove Sonneratia apetala is widely used for mangrove afforestation and reforestation in China. Some studies suggested that this exotic species outperforms native species in terms of carbon sequestration potential. This study tested the hypothesis that multi-species mangrove plantations might have higher carbon sequestration potential than S. apetala monocultures.Results: Our field measurements at Hanjiang River Estuary (Guangdong province, China) showeddoi:10.21203/rs.2.20565/v3 fatcat:qxctomdhefgmnjoylawjuqo4eq