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Mangroves from space: 30 years of satellite images are helping us understand how climate change threatens these valuable forests

By Nicolás Younes Cárdenas, Postdoctoral research fellow, James Cook University
Karen Joyce, Senior Lecturer - Remote sensing and spatial information, James Cook University
Stefan W Maier, Adjunct Research Fellow, James Cook University
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We used satellite images to study the life cycles of mangrove forests in the Northern Territory, Queensland, and New South Wales — and found a surprising degree of variation.


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